Storm Recovery Efforts

On May 25, a tornado caused widespread damage in Claremore late Saturday night into Sunday. You can find the latest updates on our community’s storm recovery efforts, including a list of FAQs and other helpful resources at

Municipal Court Tickets

Your ticket is a legal document that charges you with a violation of the Municipal Ordinances of the City of Claremore. If you receive a ticket, you are required to take certain action.

You may either attend your scheduled court day to contest your ticket or pay your ticket before noon on your scheduled court date. If you have paid your ticket before noon on the day of your court date, you do not have to appear.

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Court Appearances

If you choose to attend your scheduled court date, you must enter a plea of guilty, not guilty or no contest. If you choose to plead not guilty, you need to request a trial with the Judge.

If you do not show up for your scheduled court date, and have not already paid your fine, a bench warrant for Failure to Appear will be issued for your arrest. If you cannot pay your entire fine by the due date, you may appear before the judge on your scheduled court date to set up a payment plan. The City of Claremore Municipal Judge the only person who can grant you a payment extension.

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No Insurance Tickets

If you received a ticket for “No Insurance”, but did have insurance in effect at the time you received your ticket, please bring proof of insurance and the citation to the Court Clerk’s Office. Your ticket could be dismissed. If you purchased insurance after the ticket issuance, you will need to attend your scheduled court date.

Further Questions

If you still have questions about your ticket, you may call the Court Clerk’s Office at 918-341-1325 during business hours. Our staff cannot provide legal advice, but can assist with basic questions about your ticket.

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