Most Minor Misdemeanor traffic charges give you the option of paying a fine instead of going to court. You must call the court in order to determine if the ticket is waiverable. Waiverable means that you can pay it without coming to court. Fines can be paid by admitting guilt and making your payment prior to the Court Date listed at the bottom right corner of your citation. Payments can be made by coming to the Clerk’s office at Village Hall Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. If you are unable to make a payment during our normal business hours, you may use the drop box located in the main entrance of the police department (rear of the building). Payments must be made in cash or with a money order.
North Randall follows a Mayor’s Court style government where the mayor and magistrates hear cases such as traffic violations, violations of city ordinances, and other misdemeanors. Mayor’s court is held in the evenings for the convenience of our residents. The court is dedicated to providing the village with a fair and quick form of judicial rule in order to keep our residents safe and happy. Mayor’s Court is scheduled on Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m (click on link below for dates).
The purpose of the Mayor’s Court of North Randall is to provide the village with a judicial forum to rule on violations of any village ordinances or other minor civil or criminal matters.
- Your court date and time can be found on the bottom of your citation. Mayor’s Court accepts payments in the form of cash, money orders and/or a certified check (no personal checks or credit card payments accepted).
- Payments can also be made after hours in the Mayor’s Court drop box located in the Police Department lobby.
- If you have other questions about court matters contact the Clerk of Court’s office between the hours of 9am – 5pm.
- Important Court Documents have been provided below.
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Directions to the North Randall Mayor’s Courts
From Lake County, Mayfield Heights and points east: Take I-271 to westbound I-480, then take the Miles Road exit (the first exit). Turn Right onto Miles Road. The Village Hall is 1-1/2 blocks down the street on the right-hand side.
From Summit County, Oakwood and points east and south: Take I-271 to the Miles Road exit. Turn right. The Village Hall is 1-1/2 miles down the street on the right-hand side.
From Parma, Independence, Brooklyn and points west: Take I-480 eastbound to the I-271 split. Take the Miles Road exit which is the first exit after the split. Turn left. The Village Hall is 2 blocks down the street on the right hand side.
From Geauga County: Take US-422 westbound to I-480 westbound. Take the Miles Road exit. Turn right onto Miles Road. The village Hall is 1-1/2 blocks down the street on the right-hand side.
Contact the Mayor’s Court