Coconino County Courts modify schedules and procedures

Courts will remain open

Meteor Staff report.

Monday March 23

State and County Court officials are modifying schedules and accepting motions to continue cases and adjust fine payment schedules in preparation for advancement of COVID-19 into Coconino County and Flagstaff.

All criminal and civil jury trials have been postponed until after April 17, 2020.
The court is modifying court operations to protect the public, court staff and the judiciary. Court Administration is working with State and County Officials to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and make changes to court schedules. Arizona Supreme Court Administrative Order 2020-48 and Coconino County Superior Court Administrative Order 2020-005

Due to recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Coconino County Health and Human Services, the Court is implementing proactive precautionary measures to reduce social interactions,

  • The Court remains open but is encouraging individuals to delay any non-essential matters with the court.
  • The Superior Court will be temporarily accepting motions to continue cases via email at
  • Individuals who need to pay a fine should mail the payment, pay online at: or in-person at any PayNearMe locations which can be found at locations.
  • People who are not able to pay due to financial hardship should call the court to work out a payment plan.

Contact information for Court Offices:

Clerk of Superior Court –

  • Clerk of Superior Court – 928-679-7600
  • Superior Court – 928-679-7500
  • Juvenile Court – 928-226-5400
  • Flagstaff Justice Court – 928-679-7650
  • Flagstaff Municipal Court – 928-774-1401
  • Fredonia Justice/Municipal Court – 928-643-7472
  • Page Justice Court – 928-645-8871
  • Page Municipal Court – 928-645-4280
  • Williams Justice/Municipal Court – 928-679-7698

For previously scheduled hearings, people are asked to consult with their attorney. People without an attorney should call the Court they are scheduled to attend for further information. If someone is ill and has an upcoming court proceeding, please contact the assigned Court to request to appear telephonically or have the matter continued. People who are exhibiting symptoms of illness will be ordered to leave the courtroom.

The Court asks anyone who is not a party in a case but wishes to attend court in support of a friend or family member, to reconsider coming to court unless attendance is essential (i.e., people who will be called to testify or must speak on behalf of that party). All in-custody matters will be done by video conferencing or by phone.

All criminal and civil jury trials have been postponed until after April 17, 2020. Those who have questions about their jury service should contact the Coconino County Clerk of Superior Court’s Office at 928-679-7600. Please do not visit the courthouse.

For more information regarding COVID-19, please visit or For the Court’s response to COVID-19, please visit

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