Important Notice from the Holmdel Municipal Court
As of October 1st, 2021, Holmdel has entered into a shared service with the Colts Neck Township Municipal Court. The phone number and physical address of the court remain the same.
In person municipal court sessions are currently suspended. If you have a court date, or would like to contest a matter in the municipal court, please call (732) 946-2820 ext. 1604 to provide your information to be scheduled for a virtual court hearing. Virtual court sessions are being held Mondays and Wednesdays starting at 9:00 a.m.
Payments can be sent through the mail or placed in the drop box outside of the municipal building. Online payments can be made at NJMCdirect. If you need help locating your ticket information to pay online, please call (732) 946-2820 ext. 1605.
We are an independent branch of government constitutionally entrusted with the fair and just resolution of disputes in order to preserve the rule of law and to protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States and this State.
Responsibilities of the Municipal Court
Holmdel Municipal Court is responsible for processing all motor vehicle tickets within the Holmdel jurisdiction as well as all township ordinances, disorderly and petty disorderly person offenses, SPCA, Weights and Measures, Fish and Game, Solid Waste, Local Park Commission, and Forest and Parks complaints.
In person court hearings are suspended until further notice. Virtual court hearings are currently being scheduled on Mondays and Wednesdays. Call 732-946-2820 ext. 1604 or 1605 to schedule a virtual hearing.
Online Municipal Court Resolution
The state has launched a new program that allows you to dispute certain traffic offenses without having to appear in court in person or virtually. If you would like to see if your traffic offense is eligible, go to NJMCdirect, click on traffic ticket, enter your ticket information, then click search. If your offense is eligible, you will have the option to pay the ticket or dispute the case. If you choose to dispute the case, be sure to check your email frequently for information from the prosecutor. Once the prosecutor reviews the case, you will only have 5 days to respond. At this time, attorneys are not eligible to use this program as a means to resolve a ticket.