The City of Hartford is served by the Mid-Moraine Municipal Court. The
Municipal Court serves cities in Washington and Ozaukee counties.
If you have received a citation from an officer of the Hartford Police
Department, this section will help you with the processes of the
Municipal Court system. Please take the time to read this information.
Dispute a Citation
If you wish to dispute the citation, enter a plea of not guilty to the charge by doing one of the following:
Complete and return the bottom portion of the Important Notice Form you
received with your citation with the Not Guilty line checked.
Appear at the Municipal Court Office and complete a Not Guilty Plea Form.
Appear in court and enter a Not Guilty plea.
All not guilty pleas entered by mail or by form must be received by the
Municipal Court 1 day prior to court. You do not need to appear at your
court date. You will be notified within 2 weeks after your court date
of a Pretrial Conference scheduled for the following month.
Do Not Dispute a Citation
If you do not wish to dispute the citation, enter a plea of no contest or guilty to the charge and return the bottom portion of the Important Notice Form you received with your citation along with your payment prior to the court date on your citation.
Please make your check or money order payable to Mid-Moraine Municipal Court, or you may pay online. If you are paying online, enter code 1991 when you are making the payment.
Appear / Must Appear in Court
If you wish to appear or if you "must appear" in court, the court for the City of Hartford citations is located at:
Hartford City Hall
Council Chambers-Basement Level
109 N Main Street
Hartford, WI 53027
Handicap Entrance in rear of building
Parking available in front and rear of building
Enter from Main Street or Johnson Street parking lot
The Mid-Moraine Municipal Court does not discriminate on the basis of disability. Upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate disabled individuals in need of customer service. For more information or to request assistance, please call (262) 334-5700; hearing impaired only (262) 335-5006, or write to the Mid-Moraine Municipal Court.