St. Louis City offering warrant grace period

For the more than 51,000 people who have an outstanding warrant issued by the City of St. Louis, Mayor Francis Slay is providing some relief until October 28, 2016.

The City Municipal Court will lift warrants for non-violent charges for those that come in to the Court or one of the satellite offices. Warrants for Driving While Intoxicated and Leaving the Scene of an Accident will not be lifted without a bond. Warrants issued by the St. Louis City Circuit Court are not eligible under this program.

To find out if you have a warrant you can go to This website is searchable by name, ticket number, court date, license number or violation date. Those who do not take advantage of this grace period and reschedule their court dates will have the warrants reinstated at 12:01 am on October 29, 2016. In order to take advantage of this grace period and reschedule your court date, you will need to appear in person with valid identification.  Locations and hours of operation are as follows:

8am-6pm Weekdays. St. Louis Municipal Court, 1520 Market St.

9am-4pm Tuesday October 25. Community Court at the Carondelet Park Rec Complex, 930 Holly Hills Ave.

9am-4pm Thursday October 27. Community Court at O’Fallon Park Rec Complex, 4343 West Florissant.

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