Town of Pelham Courts
John DeChiaro, Town Justice
John P. Gardner, Town Justice
Clerks of the Town Justice Court:
Patricia Tobin - Criminal Court Clerk
Phone: (914) 738-7030
Fax: (914) 738-0382
Fran Ardisi - Moving Violations
Phone: (914) 813-1651
Fax: (914) 738-0382
Harold Engstrom - Parking Violations
Laura Johnson - Parking Violations
Phone: (914) 738-2205
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 am-4:00 pm
The Town court in Pelham adjudicates and prosecutes the laws of the Village of Pelham and Village of Pelham Manor. Historically, the villages within the Town of Pelham operated independent court systems. The village courts were consolidated into one court a number of years ago for cost savings and efficiency purposes.
The court has civil jurisdiction under the applicable state and local law and criminal jurisdiction as applicable. The town justices, John DeChiaro and John P. Gardner, preside alternately, and are elected to four-year terms.
The Town of Pelham Court sits regularly on Wednesday mornings for Civil Cases/Village & Town Ordnance/Parking and Moving Violations, beginning at 9:30 a.m.. at 20 Fifth Avenue, Pelham and Thursday evenings for Criminal Cases, beginning at 6:00 p.m. at 20 Fifth Avenue Pelham. Arraignments, hearings and trials are held as necessary during the week.
Criminal Matters - The Pelham Town Court hears all crimes commited in the Village of Pelham and Pelham Manor Jurisdictions. These maters are prosecuted by the Westchester County District Attorney's Office. Cases are heard on Thursday evenings at 6:00 PM.
For All Moving Violation payments on-line please CLICK HERE
or pay by calling 1(888) 912-3670.
To Pay a Parking Ticket on line please click below and follow instructions.
Village of Pelham - Click Here
Village of Pelham Manor - Click Here
******APPLICATIONS & FORMS******
Credit Card Payment Authorization Form : Click Here
Not Guilty Plea to a Uniform Traffic Ticket Form: Click Here
Certificate of Disposition Request Form: Click Here
You **must** call the court for instructions **before** submitting a "Request for a Certificate of Disposition".
Small Claims Action Application Form: Click Here
It is recommended that prospective claimants file in person rather than through the mail.