Municipal Court

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The efforts of the Town and Country Municipal Court are directed toward the goals of the fair and efficient administration of justice, courteous and respectful service to the public and to encourage respect for the rule of law.

The Town and Country Municipal Court is a division of the 21st Judicial Circuit Court of the State of Missouri.  Andrea Niehoff is the local Municipal Judge and Keith Cheung is the Prosecuting Attorney.

Town & Country is now holding hybrid Municipal Court via Webex or you may appear in person.
All Defendants and attorneys on each docket will be mailed instructions on appearing via Webex.  Instructions will also be posted on the doors of City Hall on each court date.

Please review the “Your Rights in Municipal Court” prior to your court appearance.  Please see below for additional important and helpful documents, including the Municipal Division Operating Order. 

In order to expedite Webex check-in, please email your name as it appears on your ticket/charge and your email address to 

Check-in at 5:30 p.m.  Court starts at 6 p.m.
Please use the link below to join
Meeting ID# 187-172-0108

If you simply owe fines and court costs, those may still be paid by mail to Town & Country Municipal Court at 1011 Municipal Center Drive, Town and Country, MO 63131, or by phone at 314-432-1420 or credit card at  If you have any questions, please contact the Town & Country Court Administrator at 314-432-1420.  View more information about payment options by clicking here. To obtain a schedule of fines click here or contact the courts directly

Court is generally held the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month unless otherwise noted on the schedule. A schedule of court dates can be found be clicking here.  Court begins promptly at 4:00 PM. Contact the courts if you are unsure about your specific court date.    

This court is not conducted as a source of revenue. No part of any fine or costs goes to the Judge, the prosecutor or any police officer or any city official. The efficiency of a police officer is not determined in any way by the number of tickets he or she issues.

In traffic cases, the objective of this court is to reduce the number of accidents and injuries and to make our streets safer. Careful driving is the daily responsibility of each and every one of us.

Case/Ticket Status

To find out the status of your case or ticket you may search online at Missouri Case.Net. Be sure to have your case or ticket number available. Obtain more information about tracking your case here.

Online Payments

Now you can pay Town and Country traffic tickets online! Have your ticket number and fine amount ready and click HERE to pay online.

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