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Court begins at 6 p.m. on court or trial date at Carencro City Hall, 210 E. St. Peter St. The judge and the prosecutor only come to court on court dates. Any questions or inquiries should be directed to the clerk at Carencro Police Department, (337) 896-6132.

All persons appearing in mayor’s court should wear respectful clothing, including the
public. No hats, shorts, bare feet, tank tops, or shirts with inappropriate graphics or verbiage will
be allowed. Members of the public must refrain from talking during the proceedings, unless
directly addressing the court or court personnel, and must refrain from using foul or abusive

Mayor’s court excludes the presence of cell phones inside the court. There is no right of the public to use such devices, either for recording or other purposes. Smoking, eating, and other activities that detract from the proceedings shall be prohibited in the
room in which mayor’s court is conducted.


Payments for fines are collected at Carencro Police Department, Monday – Thursday from 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., except on the day of court. On court date, payment is due by 3 p.m. Payments in the form of money orders and credit cards can be made at the Carencro Police Department or money orders can also be mailed to Carencro Police Department, 110 Centennial Drive, Carencro, LA, 70520.

The judge does grant extensions on payment of fines. In order to get an extension, you must appear before the judge on your court date, which is written on the bottom of your summons or citation. It should be noted no payments will be accepted in court. Payments can only be made at the Carencro Police Department or online.

Failure to pay your fine or appear in court can lead to either an arrest warrant or suspension of your drivers license.


Crashreports can be obtained at the Carencro Police Department. There is a charge of $10.00 per copy, which only money orders are accepted for payment. Please allow 7 to 10 working days for reports to be ready. Only parties involved in the accident, insurance companies and/or attorneys representing the parties are able to obtain copies of accidents. Reports are not faxed, but are mailed once payment is received. Accident reports are also now available on line at http://www.crashdocs.org/ . Once you open the site select Louisiana and Carencro Police Department from the drop down tabs then open find report tab. Once open you will fill in information and follow on line directions.