District Court

COVID-19 Restrictions

Per the Arkansas Supreme Court’s per curiam order 2021 Ark. 72, face coverings are still REQUIRED in the Siloam Springs District Court.

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 court@siloamsprings.com

If you are appearing in Court, masks are MANDATORY, temperature will be taken at the door, and social distancing of 6' or more is required.

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.

Court Sessions

  • Siloam Springs District Court is in session each Monday and Tuesday.

Arraignments (Initial Appearance)

  • 8:30 a.m.
  • Monday and Tuesday

Discovery (Pre-Trial) Hearings & Trials

  • Tuesdays 
  • 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. (as scheduled)

Small Claims Court

  • Second Tuesday of each month
  • 5:15 p.m.

Civil Trials

  • Second Tuesday of each month
  • 10:00 a.m. 

Small Claims Instructional Booklet

Certain laws have changed for the Civil / Small Claims Court. To view or download the instructions, please view the Small Claims Booklet (PDF).

How Can We Help?

The Court Department Staff Can:

  • Answer questions you have about court proceedings
  • Help you reschedule court dates
  • Help you understand how the court works
  • Help you to acquire information regarding your case
  • Answer questions regarding fines and costs due to the Court
  • Direct you to other agencies that may assist you
  • Direct you to the court

The Court Department Staff Cannot:

  • Give you legal advice
  • Tell you what to say or write
  • Fill out forms for you
  • Recommend particular attorneys
  • Tell you how to testify in court