The City of Alabaster is committed to your safety and health during this pandemic while also ensuring you can resolve any case(s) you may have before the Alabaster Municipal Court. Understanding the new challenges involved in every day living, we want to provide our citizen's and visitors an opportunity to address their cases  without penalty  of their failing to appear on any previously set court date and regardless of the circumstances for failing to appear on that court date.  Eligible persons are encouraged to participate in our Amnesty Day held on September 16, 2020 to address their case(s) before the Court. It is important to note that though you may not currently have an active warrant of arrest for failing to appear, eligible persons are strongly encouraged to take advantage of Amnesty Day to resolve their failure to appear and avoid any warrant from being issued on such failed appearance. More information about our Amnesty Day scheduled sessions and who may be eligible to participate in Amnesty Day is detailed in the below Public Notice. Should you have any questions regarding Amnesty Day, please feel free to contact us during our regular hours of operation (Monday-Friday 8:00AM-4:30 PM) at (205) 664-6835. You may also contact us with any questions via email at

Alabaster Municipal Court Amnesty Day


In keeping with compliance of State issued orders and local mandates, the Alabaster Municipal Court has implemented some operational changes in efforts to mitigate the contraction and spread of Covid-19. For your health and safety, the Court requires that all visitors wear a mask or face covering upon entering our facilities. Additionally, a check of your temperature will be conducted with a non-evasive thermometer. Anyone with a reading of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher will not be admitted. 

Please note that if you have been diagnosed with, or have had contact with anyone who have been diagnosed with COVID-19, you must inform the Court Security Officers upon entering. We encourage anyone so affected to call our offices so we can implement safeguard measures during or ahead of any matter or case you have before the Municipal Court.  

COVID-19 State of Alabama Proclamation 

Governor Kay Ivey/State Health Officer