The Mayor’s Court serves as a local judicial forum to rule on misdemeanor cases alleged to be in violation of the City’s Codified Ordinances. The Court hears misdemeanor offenses with the exception of second offense driving under the influence (DUI), second offense driving under DUI suspensions or financial responsibility (FRA) suspensions, and domestic violence cases.
The City of New Albany Mayor’s Court is located in the New Albany Village Hall, 99 West Main Street, New Albany, Ohio. Office hours are 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
If your violation is a payable violation, you may waive your right to appear in Mayor’s Court and plead guilty to the violation by signing the back of the ticket and enclosing a payment of the predetermined amount.
- Through the mail
- At the Clerk’s office
- Online: By looking up the case in Mayor’s Court Public Access and choosing the “Make Payment” option from the menu on the left.
- At the 24-hour drop box located near the flagpole behind Village Hall, 99 West Main Street. No cash or credit card payments are accepted in the drop box.
If you have a question whether or not the violation with which you are charged is a payable violation, call 614.855.8577.
State of Ohio law requires that everyone must provide proof of insurance when requested by a law enforcement officer. If you did not provide proof of insurance to the law enforcement officer at the time of your offense, you must bring proof of insurance for the date of your offense to your court appearance or enclose proof with your payment. Proof of insurance is required on the vehicle that you were driving on the date and time you were cited. Failure to provide proof of insurance will result in the suspension of your driving rights for a period of not less than 90 days through the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
Please click the link below to find directions from New Albany Village Hall to the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles Customer Service Centers in the Columbus area.
Please click the links below for more information regarding the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
The information presented here is intended to help users find the answers they need to routing questions related to probation issues.