Per the Arkansas Supreme Court's most recent per curiam order, Siloam Springs District Court began person-to-person court appearances Monday, May 18, 2020.
Due to the COVID virus, many cases had to be continued by staff. If you have a pending case and would like to check on the status, please contact the court at (479)524-4947 or email us at email@example.com. If you are appearing in Court, masks are MANDATORY and your temperature will be checked at the door.
Payments by cash or check may be made at the bond window, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or after hours, using the night drop box (located on the west side of the building near the glass door).
We DO NOT accept debit/credit card payments at the bond window; however, you may call 1(844) 874-8624 to pay by telephone. Please offer your name, date of birth and ticket number if possible. Your payment receipt will be emailed to you.
If you are mailing a payment, please make checks payable to Siloam Springs District Court, Post Office Box 80, Siloam Springs, AR 72761 and include the ticket number when possible
- All of State Representative District 97 as drawn by the Arkansas Board of Apportionment in 2002
- All of the now existing Precinct 7, 14, 16, and 1
- That part of the now existing Precinct 15 lying south of Shady Grove Road, Garman Road, and Springtown Road
The Civil BranchThe civil branch of the district court manages civil claims where financial recovery is $25,000 or less. Small claims court is designed to allow individuals to settle disputes in court under relaxed rules of procedure and without attorneys.
The criminal misdemeanor / traffic branch of the district court processes citations received from the following agencies:
Criminal Misdemeanor / Traffic
- Animal Control
- Arkansas Game and Fish Commission
- Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department
- Arkansas State Police
- Benton County Sheriff's Department
- City's Code Enforcement Agents
- Siloam Springs Police Department
General InformationWhen a citation is issued, the defendant is given a day and time to appear for the arraignment session. If the case is adjudicated at that time, no further appearance is needed. However, if a hearing or trial date is needed, the defendant is given notice to appear at a later date, generally a Tuesday afternoon. At this time, the defendant meets with the prosecutor to discuss the facts of the case. These 2 parties work to reach an equitable agreement. If a resolution to the case is not possible, the case is set for trial, where the judge decides the outcome, based on the facts revealed during the trial. Defendants may have an attorney represent their interests, but this is not mandatory.
The court follows each case to its full resolution. This may mean immediate collection, timed-payment arrangements, arrest warrants issued for non-payment, etc.
When court is not in session, the courtroom is available to the general public or other agencies, by appointment only please.