Latest Court News

Updated  June 30th 2022



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18th Judicial District Court Mission Statement: Providing Fair and Just Service in a
Timely and Courteous Manner.

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Attention Small Claim Customers!!
Until further notice, all Small Claims hearings are being held in the main courthouse at 525 N Main, on the 4th floor, Courtroom 4-1. 

Kansas Emergency Rental Assistance (KERA) Program
The KERA Program is funded through federal COVID money and administered in Kansas by the Kansas Housing Resources Corporation (Kansas Housing).  The KERA program benefits tenants and landlords. It provides rent, utility, and internet assistance to households experiencing financial hardship because of the COVID pandemic. The tenant gets to stay in the home and the landlord receives payment for all past due amounts, including late fees.

Landlords and tenants apply together through an online application process. If the application is approved, the landlord or utility provider receives funds directly from KERA. To date, the KERA program has provided over $18.5 million to 3,300 Kansas households across the state.

To learn more about the program, such as eligibility criteria, the application process, and program guidelines, visit the
KERA website. Kansas Housing has prepared a fact sheet for tenants (also available in Spanish) and a fact sheet for landlords (also available in Spanish), which give good overviews of the program.

***Effective July 6th 2021*** 

All vaccinated visitors will be admitted without masks .


Filing a petition for protection is now easily accessible from your computer or phone.
Please click here to access the KS POP (Protection Order Portal) for helpful information, resources, and a clear path. You can complete the forms from anywhere and on any device. It is also free. When you click submit, your forms are sent to the court clerk.

For help filling out the forms on-line, please call (316) 660-5290

Walk-In Traffic Court
Walk-in Traffic Court is located in the Basement of the Sedgwick County Courthouse.
The hours are from 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m, Monday - Friday (excluding holidays), and
closed for lunch from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

**NOTE - If you have an Attorney you will go to the 5th Floor for Traffic Court.
To apply for a marriage license online, please follow this link.
Kids First Workshop

The Kids First Workshop is open for scheduling.
Click here.

Please contact the clerks office at: (316) 660-5727 or by emailing to schedule your class.
Limited Civil Cases

The CV LM Defendant Information Sheet is available here. You can complete and submit the form on-line BEFORE your scheduled court date in lieu of appearing in person.  This is for NON eviction cases only.

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"As Chief Judge, let me welcome you to the 18th Judicial District. Consistent with our mission statement, our goal is to provide you with fair and just services in a courteous and timely manner."
                                                                                                                         ~ Chief Judge Jeffrey Goering
Jury Service

Have you been summoned to Jury service? Click here to get more information.

Attorney Information

Do you need to register as an Attorney of Sedgwick County, Kansas
or create a reimbursement request?

Click here to get more information.

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Marriage Information

You can now Apply for a Marriage License online.

Click here to get more information.

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Need more information on the Americans with Disability Act? Click Here.


Looking for a court document? Click here for the list of available forms.


Make payments to the court online here using CitePay.


Have any questions or concerns about the court? Click Here for more contact information.

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We strive to keep the website updated with the latest court news and any new information that would be beneficial to the public.

Our mission is to provide fair and just services in a courteous and timely manner.  Our core values are accountability, equality, good stewards of public funds, integrity, investment, and respect and teamwork.

Thank you for visiting our website!

- Joni Wilson, Courthouse Administrator