Court Organization


Edmonds Municipal Court has begin its new relicensing program, with the goal of helping people get their driver’s licenses and drive legally while making payments toward outstanding fines and fees.

Individuals who have unresolved fines, tickets or other legal financial obligations are encouraged to take advantage of the relicensing program walk-in calendar, which will be held on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 9 a.m. Edmonds Municipal Court is located at 250 5th Ave. N.

Participants will have the opportunity to speak with a court clerk about any outstanding fines and fees they may have. A person’s legal financial obligations do not need to originate in Edmonds Municipal Court. The clerk can help set up payments through the Unified Payment (UP) Program, which provides an opportunity for anyone owing money in participating courts to set up one affordable monthly payment. If you have an outstanding balance in a court that does not participate in the UP Program, the clerk will provide court contact information with instructions on next steps.

Beginning at 10:30 a.m. during the relicensing program days, Edmonds Municipal Court Judge Whitney Rivera will come on the bench to hold hearings for any requests that require judicial action. These include recalling legal financial obligations from collections, waiving interest, converting an obligation to community service, or reducing previously imposed obligations depending on a person’s financial circumstances.

Edmonds Municipal Court stopped processing failures to respond to infractions during the COVID-19 pandemic, but may restart reporting those to the Washington State Department of Licensing in the near future. If you have an outstanding infraction that you need to address with the court, you are welcome to attend during the walk-in calendar. You may appear by Zoom to speak to the clerk and attend the hearing or by arriving in person at the front counter.

Unified payment (UP) Program:

The Unified Payment (UP) Program is an opportunity for anyone owing money on a traffic related ticket in a participating court to have those tickets removed from collections and setup for an affordable monthly payment that is applied to the outstanding balances owed on those tickets.


  1. Employed
  2. Have a valid email account
  3. Cannot have an outstanding warrant in any of the participating courts (You are encouraged to contact a participating court to see if you have an outstanding warrant prior to applying for the UP Program).
  4. Must have an outstanding eligible ticket in at least one of the participating courts (Please visit the website for a list of participating courts).
  5. Able to consistently make at least the minimum monthly payment of $25.00.


  1. Submit the online application and the non-refundable application fee of $35.00. This rate is available until December 31, 2020.   On January 1, 2021 the rate will increase to $75.00.   You can submit your online application at:
  2. In three days, check to see which court cases/tickets the courts have approved to be on the program.
  3. Make your first payment within 30 days of being approved for participation.
  4. Once courts receive notification that you made your first payment, they will remove the ticket from collections and notify Washington State Department of Licensing (DOL) to remove any holds that were placed against your license based on the tickets that are approved to be on the UP Program.

Edmonds Municipal Court

Uneek Maylor
Court Administrator
, Edmonds Municipal Court

250 - 5th Ave N.
Edmonds, WA 98020

Court Contact
[email protected]
425-771-0269 Fax

Probation Department Contact
[email protected]
425-771-0269 Fax

Court and Probation Hours:
M-F 8:30 AM-4:30 PM (Closed 12:00-1:00)

Passport Processing Hours:
M-F 8:30 AM-11:30 AM

City Public Defender
2722 Colby Avenue,
Suite 200,
Everett, WA 98201

City Prosecutor
Renee Walls