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In light of the continuing COVID-19 health crisis, the Timnath Municipal Court is taking measures to ensure the health of participants in the municipal court process.  By Judge’s order, the following changes are effective immediately:

  • Court staff will only be available by phone and email.
  • Cases on the April 2, 2020 and May 7, 2020 dockets have been continued to June 4th, 2020.

Motions, payments, pleas, requests, and proof of completion of a class or community service hours, may still be provided to the Court. Complete details can be found HERE.

The Timnath Municipal Court is responsible for enforcing Town ordinances as adopted by Town Council. Municipal Court cases include traffic violations, misdemeanors, and civil infractions. Cases are brought before the Municipal Court by the Town of Timnath Police Department and the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office. They are presided over by the Honorable Judge Stewart Olive and town prosecution is provided by Ms. Avi Rocklin.

Timnath Municipal Court is held on the 1st Thursday of each month (with some exceptions – see 2020 schedule below) at the Timnath Town Center, 4750 Signal Tree Dr., Timnath CO 80547.

Court schedule: 5:00 p.m. – Meet with Town Prosecutor.  6:00 p.m. – Go before the Judge.


Tiffany Sattler, Deputy Court Clerk, (970) 591-4283,

Milissa Peters-Garcia, Court Clerk, (970) 224-3211,


2020 Municipal Court Schedule

January 9 (*Second Thursday)
February 6
March 5
April 2 **CANCELED** (All scheduled or continued cases will appear on the June 4th docket)
May 7 **CANCELED** (All scheduled or continued cases will appear on the June 4th docket)
June 4
July 2
August 6
September 3
October 1
November 5
December 3

Pay Fines/Fees

All fines/fees can be paid online by clicking the “Pay Online” button below.  You may also pay in person or by mail to: Timnath Municipal Court Clerk, 4750 Signal Tree Dr. Timnath, CO 80547.


Timnath Municipal Court Fines and Fees Schedule

Community Service Information

In some cases the final decision of the court may require the defendant to perform Community Service or Useful Public Service (UPS). Community Service may be completed through any 503c3 non-profit organization(s). These include donation centers, public centers, government organizations, and religious centers/organizations.  Based on your offense, some organizations may not allow you to perform community service on their behalf. Please check with the organization to ensure compatibility.

A short list of qualifying organizations was provided in court. See below for a more extensive list including organization contact information, volunteer requirements, and offense restrictions.

Community Service Opportunities


Completed Community Service Logs are required to fulfill court orders. Some organizations provide them. If the organization you work with does not provide a log, please use the court issued log. Click the following link to view/print a Community Service Log:

 Community Service Log (Required)


Submit completed Community Service Logs to a Court Clerk in one of these ways:

Court Ordered Class Links

If your court order requires completion of a class, it will be from one of the following programs. Review the Course Referral Form, given to you in court, to correctly identify the program. Links to sign up for classes can be found on the Course Referral Form or the program website.

I.A.S.E. (Alternative Sentencing Courses)

NCTI of Colorado (Alternative Sentencing Courses)

Alive At 25 (Defensive Driving Courses)


Contact the Deputy Court Clerk, Tiffany Akers, with questions or concerns: | 970-591-4283