- Municipal Court
The Municipal Court dockets include town ordinance, zoning, and minimum housing violations as well as traffic and parking violations.
Municipal Court sessions are held Thursday evenings at 6 pm in the assembly room at the Town Hall, as assigned by the municipal court judge. Cases are heard by appointment only and are scheduled by the court. Proper attire is required and cell phones must be turned off during court.
ADDITIONAL COURT FEES
|Good Driving Record Statute (RIGL 31-41.1-7)||$60|
|Minimum Housing Violations
|Town Ordinance Violations
PaymentParking tickets issued after June 1, 2021 are now payable online at https://www.curiasystems.com/payment.
Payment of parking fines must be made directly to the Narragansett Municipal Court. Contact the court office directly with any questions.
Payment of court fees is due at the time of judgment. The Narragansett Municipal Court accepts payment by cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard and American Express. Transaction fees apply to credit card payments. There is an ATM on the premises. All returned checks will be assessed an additional $25 fee.
- Judge John E. DeCubellis Jr.
- Magistrate / Clerk Janet Tarro
- Municipal Court Administrator Lynette Lussier
Parking Permits (Residential and Business)Residential parking permits are required for on street parking in the Pier area and Scarborough Hills during the summer season. Restrictions are in effect from May 15 to September 15 between 9 AM and 4 p.m. daily. Residential parking permits are available at the Municipal Court annually on May 1. Proper documentation is required, including driver's license, current vehicle registration and a lease or proof of property ownership.
Residential property owners who have obtained parking permits in previous years may print and submit a permit renewal form and submit it to the Municipal Court. Business owners may print and submit a business permit request form and submit it to the Municipal Court.
The Narragansett Municipal Court issues parking permits for on street parking in residential areas (the Pier and Scarborough Hills) during the Summer season. The town ordinance does not allow for the Municipal Court or the Narragansett Police Department to issue daily permits to town residents or visitors for special events in these areas.