NOTICE TO ALL LITIGANTS
DUE TO THE RECENT CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC, THIS COURT WILL NOT BE IN REGULAR SESSION. ALL MATTERS ARE ADMINISTRATIVELY ADJOURNED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. UPON RESUMPTION OF THE REGULAR COURT SESSIONS, YOU WILL BE CONTACTED BY THE COURT PERSONNEL AT A FUTURE DATE. SHOULD YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, YOU MAY CONTACT WYOMING COUNTY COURT AT 585-228-3200.
IF YOU HAVE A SCHEDULED APPEARANCE OR WERE OTHERWISE DIRECTED TO ATTEND COURT ON 3/18/2020, YOU WILL NOT BE PENALIZED FOR YOUR ABSENCE.
WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION IN THIS EFFORT TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) TO OTHERS IN THE COMMUNITY.
Town of Orangeville
Wyoming County, New York
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Lat 42.75168 Long 78.2456009
Court is held each Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
Phone: 585-786-2883 Fax: 585-371-3949
Laura Kirsch, Court Clerk
Laury Lakas, Court Clerk
Office Hours: Please note the Court Office does not have set office hours. To reach the Court Clerk, please call 585-786-2883 and leave a message. Small claim applications or Eviction Proceedings may be filed any Wednesday that court is in session.
Court is held each Wednesday at 6:30. If you are scheduled to meet with the Town Prosecutor or Assistant District Attorney, you will need to refer to your Court Notice for the time as it may differ from the usual Court time. The Court accepts cash, money orders, and certified checks. Checks and Money Orders should be made payable to Orangeville Town Court. Credit and Debit cards may be used to pay your fine online at www.paycourtonline.com. A convenience fee applies to online payments. All payments must be in US Funds.
If you received a non-misdemeanor traffic ticket, you may enter your plea in writing by completing the appropriate portion of your original ticket and mailing to the court address. If you enter a plea of Not Guilty, you will be rescheduled to meet with the Town Prosecutor and will not need to appear on your original court date unless the notice you receive is for the same date. If you enter a plea of Guilty, the Judge will assess your fine and surcharge. You will receive a fine notice in the mail.
Be sure to inform the Court Clerk if you have a mailing address different from the one listed on your ticket.