The Boulder City Municipal Court Marshal Division is the law enforcement section of the court and is responsible for providing sentencing integrity and public safety services to the judiciary. The division consists of two highly specialized sections; the Court Services Unit and the Field Services Unit.
The Court Services Unit is responsible for the safety and security of the Boulder City Municipal Court, its staff, judge(s), and patrons.
The Field Services Unit is responsible serving misdemeanor warrants, City Attorney subpoenas and supervising adult and juvenile misdemeanants through Alternative Sentencing options.
The Marshal Division of the Boulder City Municipal Court is located inside the Court Facility and is open from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm, 7 days a week. The Marshal Division is closed on all state and federal holidays.
To confirm if you have a warrant, to find out the bail amount for your warrant, or to pay for your warrant over the phone (using a Visa card, Mastercard or Discover card), you need to call (702) 293-9278 or (702) 293-9398.
Once you have verified you have a warrant and the amount due, you may also pay your warrant via the following secure online process. When filling out the form, either leave the “citation number” blank or enter your warrant case number (ie. 12TR000008N)
Warrant Tip Line
If you know someone with active warrants out of the Boulder City Municipal Court, you can contact the Marshal Division by e-mail or by calling (702) 293-9398.
All tips will be kept strictly confidential.