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Reno Municipal Court



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The Reno Municipal Court is an official court of record established by state statute and adopted by the City of Reno Municipal Charter. The Court has four judges who are elected to office for six year-terms. As a separate and co-equal branch of government, the Court is responsible for the adjudication of traffic and criminal misdemeanor violations, and code violations that occur within the limits of the City of Reno. The Court also provides treatment and supervision to offenders who participate in its various specialty court programs, promoting public safety and accountability in those seeking recovery.

Mission Statement

Reno Municipal Court's mission is to impartially adjudicate misdemeanors and code violations; to provide supervised rehabilitation for those needing treatment; and to operate our Court cost-effectively, providing safety and equal access to all while maintaining the integrity and independence of the judiciary, and the respect and confidence of those who come before the Court.

Court Administrator

Steve Tuttle


Physical Address: One South Sierra Street, Reno, NV  89501
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1900, Reno, NV  89505

Monday to Thursday, 7:30am - 5:30pm (Closed on Fridays)

2016 Holiday Schedule

New Year's Day - January 1
Martin Luther King - January 18
President's Day- February 15
Memorial Day - May 30
Independence Day - July 4
Labor Day - September 5
Nevada Day - October 28
Veteran's Day - November 11 
Thanksgiving Day - November 24
Family Day - November 25
Christmas Day - December 26 (observed)


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