City Court

Office Remodel:

The Noblesville City Court offices will be temporarily closed from Wednesday, March 16 through Monday, March 28, 2022.  The staff will be working remotely and it will be business as usual. 

If you need to make an in person payment, the drop boxes are available inside each lobby to the building.  We will be checking them regularly.  Please make sure you have your name and citation/case number indicated on the envelope.  You may also continue to pay online or over the phone: or 1-844-546-9367. 

Our staff is available Monday thru Friday from 8:00am – 4:30pm and can be reached by calling 317-776-6344. 

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this transition. 

Thank you for visiting the Noblesville City Court webpage. Here you will find information on how to resolve your traffic citations, answers to your questions, and much more.  If at any time you have any questions or concerns, please contact the court at 317-776-6344 and the Court Staff will be ready to assist you.  Court tours are available upon request. 

The Noblesville City Court is taking safety precautions during this time: 

  • If you have had a fever in the last 24 hours or are experiencing any other COVID-19 symptoms, please contact the court to reschedule your initial hearing date.
  • Face Masks are requested to be worn at all times.
  • Practice social distancing in the court room.
  • Tables are cleaned after each defendant.
Noblesville City Court constitutes the judicial branch of city government and is a court of limited jurisdiction which handles City Ordinance Violations, Parking Violations and Infraction Violations.  

Judge S. Matthew Cook
Judge CookLifelong resident S. Matthew Cook was appointed to serve as the Noblesville City Judge by Governor Mike Pence and took the Oath of Office on December 7, 2016. He was then reelected to a four-year term starting January 1, 2020. Cook was a Noblesville High School valedictorian in 1987 before traveling to Bloomington to earn his business degree and later his J.D. from the IU School of Law, where he was named to the Order of Barristers. He and his father run the law firm, Cook & Cook, on the downtown square in Noblesville. Cook is a member of the Hamilton County and Indiana State Bar Association and is admitted to practice before the United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.

Judge Cook currently serves as the Activities Chairman and Assistant Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 101 and serves on the Board of the Megan S. Ott Foundation, which assists women undergoing breast cancer treatment. His past community involvement includes being a board member of the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce, Noblesville Schools Education Foundation, Meals on Wheels of Hamilton County, Fifty Club of Hamilton County and the Noblesville High School Alumni Association; serving as Deacon at New Hope Presbyterian Church and president of the Noblesville Noon Kiwanis; coaching Noblesville Babe Ruth and Youth baseball and basketball at the Noblesville Boys & Girls Club; being a member of the Noblesville Elks Lodge; and Pack 135 Cub Scout leader.

Judge Cook and his wife, Lynn, an elementary school counselor, have three sons.