Our Mission: To provide a service to the public for a peaceful resolution of disputes in a fair, efficient and timely manner.

687 Decatur Street
Vermilion, Ohio 44089
Phone (440) 204-2430
Fax: (440) 204-2431

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Court Hours:

Monday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Jurisdiction:

City of Vermilion
(Erie and Lorain County)
Vermilion Township
Florence Township
Brownhelm Township

 

There will be a $5.00 fee for all internet and telephone credit card transactions.

The Vermilion Municipal Court utilizes a collection
service for its outstanding delinquent fines.

If you believe you have a delinquent fine, call the Court at (440) 204-2430 to make arrangements for payment and avoid collection.


Now Available... Vermilion Municipal Court now accepts payments of fines on-line. Click here to find your case and make a payment. VisaspacerMasterCard

Parents! Please Review the Curfew Rules

Court Personnel
W. Zack Dolyk Judge  
Tamara Horton Clerk of Court (440) 204-2432
C. Michael Levelle Probation Officer (440) 204-2468
Michelle Fiegelist Chief Deputy Clerk (440) 204-2435
Liz Henderson Deputy Clerk - Traffic/Criminal Division (440) 204-2437
Candy McDoniel Deputy Clerk - Civil Division (440) 204-2436
Stephanie Lukovics Deputy Clerk - Traffic/Criminal Division (440) 204-2434
Dick Baker Bailiff  
Glenn Peterson Court Security Officer  
Kathy Fischer Prosecutor's Secretary (440) 204-2462
Margaret O'Bryon Prosecutor  

 

Court Security Information

Upon entering the Vermilion Municipal Court you will be required to pass through the security control point located at the front door. This control point is equipped with a magnetometer. If you are carrying anything which can be construed as a weapon, such as a penknife, knitting needles, scissors or box cutters, and so on, you can take it back to your vehicle. If you are found to be carrying a weapon which it is illegal to carry or posses by law, it will be confiscated and you may be arrested.

If you continue to set off the magnetometer after all items are removed, the security officer will pass a handwand around your person to determine what is setting off the alarm.

The security standards and measures employed by the Court are designed to intercept and remove individuals and items that may represent a threat to the peace, order, and dignity of the Court. They are designed to provide appropriate protection for all those using the Court facility and the judicial process while allowing the Court to remain accessible to the community.

 

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