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How do I contest a parking ticket?

**Please visit our Municipal Court  page for information on court operations during the COVID-19 Pandemic**


Contesting Parking Tickets

Prior to appearing in court, individuals seeking to contest a parking ticket may write to the Town Prosecutor by email at prosecutor@jacksonwy.gov or by US Postal Service to:
P.O. Box 1687
Jackson, WY 83001

The letter must have ATTN: Town Prosecutor in the address line. Such letter/email must be submitted to the Town Prosecutor within 14 days of the date of issuance. The following information must be included in the letter/email:

  • Any supporting documentation
  • Citation Number (Going vertically down the side of the ticket-This is NOT the event number)
  • Driver’s License Number
  • Email Address
  • Full Name
  • Mailing Address
  • Phone Number
  • Reason you are seeking the action
  • Vehicle License Plate Number
  • What action you’d like to see taken

Contesting in Court

Initial Appearances for Court are held most Wednesdays at 9:00am in the Clifford P. Hansen Courthouse at 145 E. Simpson Ave. You may confirm that court is in session by calling 307-733-3932 (ext. 1165). Bring your citation and your driver’s license with you to court. You will be advised of the court’s procedures, the nature of the charges against you, and your rights at this initial appearance.  You will be given an opportunity to speak with a member of the Prosecutor’s office to discuss the potential for dismissal, bond reduction, or any alternatives to paying the bond amount, such as community service or traffic school.  If you plead not guilty, the matter will be set for trial at a later date.

 **PLEASE SEE LINK ABOVE FOR INFORMATION REGARDING COURT OPERATIONS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC**


Pay a Parking Ticket

How do I switch my water billing?

You can change your water billing information by calling (307) 733-3932 ext. 1100.

How do I apply for a business license? Do I need a business license?

How do I apply for a business license?

The business license application can be downloaded here.


Do I need a business license?

The Business License Application Procedures can be viewed here.

How do I watch a Town Council or Planning Commission meeting that has already happened?

To watch a Town Council or Planning Commission meeting that has already happened, go to our Watch a Meeting page by clicking here (also shown below).

From there, scroll to the bottom of the page and click the "Town Council" or "Planning Commission" tab located to the right of the "Live" tab. Scroll through the list of meetings until you see the date of the meeting you are looking for. Click on that date. The video will open in a new window The meeting is organized into clickable sections by agenda items.

How do I sign up to receive Town Council meeting notifications?

To sign up to receive notification of Town Council meetings, go to our "Notify Me" page by clicking here.

From there, scroll down to the "Calendar" section of the page and click the envelope icon and/or the phone icon to the left of "Town Council Meetings." This will prompt you to sign in to the website and add either your email address or your mobile phone number (or both) in order to receive alerts for upcoming Town Council meetings by email or text message.


Additionally, from the same "Notify Me" page you can also sign up to be notified when there is a new Town Council agenda available by subscribing to those specific notifications under the Agenda Center heading.

How do I search Town Council Meeting Minutes?

To search through past Town Council Meeting Minutes go to http://records.jacksonwy.gov/. This brings up the ZyLAB database.

Click on "Show all indexes."

Then click "Deselect all indexes."

Then click in the box to choose "Minutes."

In the outlines box located below the words "ZyLAB" and "Information Management Platform," enter the keyword you are searching for. Using a specific identifying word will help to narow the search.

Click on "Search."

A list of the meeting minutes will appear that contain the specific keyword. The dates can be sorted by clucking on the date header. 

Click on a meeting to preview the minutes and see the keyword highlighted.