COVID19 ALERT: Administrative Order 2020-03 closes the court to the public until July 15, 2020. The Court Clerk's Office is open for business during regular business hours available by phone, fax, email, and postal service.
Find your court date and statewide COVID19 court closure information at www.courts.wa.gov
The Municipal Court of Cheney is a court of limited jurisdiction hearing criminal misdemeanor, civil infraction, and parking violation cases cited in both the City of Cheney and the City of Medical Lake.
Virtual court hearings are being held via Zoom and are open for public view on the court's You Tube channel here.
Infraction Hearings are being held via E-Hearing, an electronic process using the internet and your email address. During COVID-19 you may access the E-Hearing process directly as your first response to satisfy the 15 day period. If your infraction was issued more than 15 days ago please contact the clerk's office for assistance.
The mission of Cheney Municipal Court is to serve our citizens, adhering to the highest standards, by processing all cases timely and impartially using effective and efficient case management techniques, effectively monitoring enforcement of judgments, and exercising sound financial stewardship of public funds.
Clerk's OfficeThe clerk's office is available to assist the public and others doing business with the court during regular business hours. The clerk cannot give legal advise but can answer process, scheduling, and financial questions. The clerk can be reached by phone, email, fax, mail, or in person.
The Language Assistance Plan The Language Assistance Plan for Partnering Courts of Eastern Washington is here.
Probation ServicesProbation staff monitor adult defendants sentenced in Cheney Municipal Court. Duties include community referrals, drug and alcohol testing, and group educational classes.
Jury Duty Information
- General Questions: (509) 498-9231
- Recorded Message: (509) 477-4720
- Jury Duty Website
Cheney Youth Court is a peer review teen court hearing violations issued to 16 and 17-year-olds. All judicial positions are served by students.