Mayor's Court

‚Äč18688 Royalton Road
Strongsville, Ohio 44136
Phone: (440) 580-3155
Fax: (440) 238-8458

The court is located in the Strongsville Police Station, at the corner of Pearl and Royalton roads (Routes 42 and 82). Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Acceptable forms of payment: cash, Visa, Mastercard or debit card

No personal checks accepted. Money orders or bank cashier’s checks made out to Strongsville Mayor's Court are acceptable for mail-in payments.

Click Here to Pay Online: Traffic Violation Waivers and Payments

Mayor’s Court is in session every second week.

2018 Schedule
Presiding Officer: Kenneth A. Kraus

 
For tickets issued between: Court Date:
Dec. 18, 2016 – Dec. 31, 2017 January 4
Jan. 1 – Jan. 14 January 18
Jan. 15 – Jan. 28 February 1
Jan. 29 – Feb. 11 February 15
Feb. 12 Feb. 25 March 1
Feb. 26 – March 11 March 15
March 12 – March 18 March 22
March 19 – April 1 April 5
April 2 – April 15 April 19
April 16  – April 29 May 3
April 30 – May 13 May 17
May 14 - May 27 May 31
May 28 – June 10 June 14
June 11 – June 24 June 28
June 25 – July 8 July 12
July 9 – July 22 July 31
July 23 – Aug. 5 August 9
Aug. 6 – Aug. 19 August 23
Aug. 20 – Sept. 2 September 6
Sept. 3 – Sept. 16 September 20
Sept. 17 – Sept. 30 October 4
Oct. 1 – Oct. 14 October 18
Oct. 15 – Oct. 28 November 1
Oct. 29 – Nov. 11 November 15
Nov. 12 – Nov. 25 November 29
Nov. 26 – Dec. 2 December 6
Dec. 3 – Dec. 16 December 20

Traffic offenses and misdemeanor criminal cases are heard in Mayor’s Court. If you contest the charge, the case is referred to Berea Municipal Court.


Court Officials

Magistrate Kenneth Kraus
Prosecutor John Castele
Assistant Prosecutor Sean Kelleher
Clerk of Court Judy Burichin

Contact the court at mayors.court@strongsville.org

Appearing in Court

If you were issued a citation, your scheduled appearance date and time appears in the lower right corner of the citation. If the officer has indicated a personal appearance is required, it is mandatory you appear in court.

If the citation is marked as waiverable, you may avoid an appearance in court by signing the waiver form and paying the fine and costs prior to your scheduled court date.