Due to COVID-19 shutdown violations office is taking call from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
Virtual Court information
To help minimize foot traffic at the courthouse during the COVID-19 pandemic, Harrison Municipal Court will begin allowing appearances in a virtual court session using Zoom video conferencing.
Although the court remains closed to the public, we are holding virtual court sessions starting on Monday May 11th, 2020. The court is using the ZOOM app for holding these sessions. The app is available for free from Zoom. For more information on Zoom, please visit zoom.us.
Notices are being mailed out which contain the date and time of your video court session. Please email the court at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain the password for the video session, or call the court to obtain it. Before you join the conference, please watch the “Opening Statement”, in the language of your choice by clicking on the links below or visit the njcourts.gov website.
We will notify you as to the results of your request.
The Harrison Municipal court is closed.
To pay a ticket/fine/timepayments:
- Payments are being accepted by dropping the ticket and payment into an envelop, marking the envelope VIOLATIONS and placing it in the black drop box in the Town Hall. Please make sure the ticket number is on the check.
- On-line at www.njmcdirect.com
- Send payment by mail. Please make sure the ticket number or complaint number is on the check.
Harrison Municipal Court
318 Harrison Ave.,
Harrison , NJ 07029
All upcoming court dates will be rescheduled and notices will be sent out. If you have any further Questions or concerns please feel free to call 973-268-2453 between 9 AM and 2:00 PM.
The only Court that most citizens will ever come in contact with is the Municipal Court. Therefore, it is from their experience in the Municipal Courts that most people base their conclusions about the quality of justice in New Jersey.
The Municipal Courts in New Jersey are Courts of limited jurisdiction, having responsibility for motor vehicle violations and parking tickets, disorderly person offenses (for example, simple assault and harassment) and municipal ordinances (such as building code violations, noise complaints). A Municipal Court usually only has jurisdiction over cases that occur within the municipality.