established 1905

Granby Municipal Court

The town of Granby municipal court handles traffic, parking, animal and other municipal code violations. Many of the charges are payable prior to court. The court clerk is available to accept payment of fines or answer questions during normal business hours. The court clerk is not allowed to give legal advice, please seek legal advice from an attorney.

Municipal court is held on the third Thursday of every month at 8:30a.m. in the board room of the Granby town hall.

The town of Granby municipal court is a court of record. Court proceedings are governed by state statutes, court rules, and the ordinances of the town of Granby.




Dress comfortably but not too informal – Halter tops, gang-related clothing, drug-related clothing, clothing with sexually explicit graphics, beachwear, sleepwear or excessively revealing clothing are not appropriate attire for court appearances. Hats are to be removed prior to entering the courtroom, unless worn for religious purposes. The Court reserves the right to refuse entry into the Courtroom.





Municipal Court Clerk

Samantha Knight

Samantha was born in Denver, Colorado and moved up to Grand County in the 6th grade with her mother. She finished school in Granby, graduating in 2007. After graduation, she went to Colorado State University to pursue a double major in Equine Science and Agriculture Business. After college Samantha moved back to Granby, the place that she loved the most, where she managed the Starbucks for a few years. She then began working at US Bank as a Teller and later was promoted to Universal Banker. She started working for the Town of Granby in February 2017 as Financial Administrative Assistant before also becoming the Municipal Court Clerk in August of 2017. Depending on the season, you can find Samantha training her horses and competing in barrel racing, hiking trails with friends or curled up next to a fire reading a good book.