Police Department and Court Services Building
200 W. Grand
Haysville, Kansas 67060
The court office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays. The court office is open until 7:00 p.m. on Tuesdays.
Trials are held the second and fourth Tuesdays at 2:00 p.m. and arraignments are held the first and third Tuesdays at 2:00 p.m. at City Hall, 200 West Grand Avenue.
Appropriate attire is required for attendance in court. Shorts and halter tops are not allowed and shoes are required in Court .
Court payments can be made at City Hall and involves first a visit with the Court Clerk. Payments must be made to City Clerk staff in the Municipal Building and must be accompanied by a receipt from the Court office. The City accepts in-state checks, cash and money orders. Credit and debit cards are not accepted for Court payments at City Hall. If you wish to make a payment with a credit or debit card please visit www.haysvilletix.com. In order to make a payment on this site you MUST provide your citation or case number. If you do not provide your citation or case number your payment may not be processed. If you do not know that number please contact the court. Please note that this website charges extra fees for processing online payments.
Diversions may be available for the following if it a first time offense:
-Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
-Unlawful possession of a controlled substance or drug paraphernalia
-Battery (including domestic violence)
-Criminal damage to property Purchase, possession or consumption of alcohol Transport open container
Information regarding fees and requirements can be obtained from the Probation Officer.
The Probation Officer is responsible for maintaining records on all individuals required to be on probation for various reasons by the Judge. Many will be required to physically report to the Probation Officer once a month and may, as a condition of their probation, have to attend training or counseling during their probation.
Programs: One option sometimes made available to offenders is community service. This alternative to paying money for a fine is intended to provide a means of paying off an amount due the City by working a specified number of hours rather than actually paying money.