KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City, Kansas, Municipal Court plans to resume in-person hearings June 15, according to a release Friday from the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and KCK.
Hearings will be by appointment only, and the number of people in attendance will be limited to comply with health guidelines.
Court dates that were postponed by the COVID-19 shutdown will be rescheduled and “defendants, victims and witnesses will be notified individually,” according to KCK officials.
Symptom and temperature screening protocols will be in effect and everyone will be required to wear a face mask to enter City Hall or when interacting with court staff.
Remote services — including paying a ticket, applying for traffic diversion, requesting a remote hearing, checking a court date, updating contact information, providing a document, requesting certified court records, and requesting assistance with a suspended driver’s license — are available and encouraged.
Contact KCK Municipal Court via email at email@example.com or by calling 913-573-5200 for more information.
Unified Government County Administrator Doug Bach also annoucned a limited reopening of other facilities beginning Tuesday for in-person service by appointment only. Temperature screenings, face masks and social distancing will be mandatory.
More information on the reopening plan is available at the Unified Government website.