Municipal Court

MuniCourt      Menasha Municipal Court
  City Ordinance No. O-24-01, adopted on November 5, 2001, provides for the creation of a Menasha-Neenah Municipal Court to become operative on May 1, 2002. The term for Municipal Judge is a four year term commencing May 1, 2002. Selection of the Municipal Judge shall be at the spring election every four years.
       Initial Appearance   
    Initial Appearance dates appear on the face of the citation or summons. Initial appearances can either be made in person at Neenah City Hall located at 211 Walnut Street or mailed to the Municipal Court at the address listed below.
       Pre-Trial Conference   
    Pre-trial Conference with City Attorney will follow the Initial Appearance. This is a defendant's opportunity to attempt to come to an agreement with the Attorney and settle outside of court. 
     (that do not settle at Pre-trial Conference): These dates are given to Defendants at Initial Appearance or mailed to the address on the citation or summons. These dates are subject to change with notice. Requests to extend the time to pay fines and forfeitures must be submitted to the Municipal Court and mailed to:
    Municipal Court
Attn:  Amanda Freeman
211 Walnut St.
Neenah, WI 54956
        Contact Information   
MuniCourt Judge: Honorable James B. Gunz
Court Clerk: Amanda Freeman


WheredoIvote ADDRESS
211 Walnut Street
Neenah, WI 54956

M-TH 7:30am-4:00pm
F 6:00am-2:30pm


Municipal Court Website

(920) 886-6285
Fax: 920-886-6286

    Fines can be paid to the Neenah-Menasha Municipal Court Clerk at the Neenah City Hall. If a copy of the ticket or corresponding letter can be provided, payment can be made at the Neenah Finance department. If after office hours, payments can be made at the Police Department or on the City website for an additional processing fee.