Municipal Court

Important Update

Please see the following message from Judge Kyle M. Hobbs, Chief Judge of the Fort Mill Municipal Court, per an order from the S.C. Supreme Court:
All in-person proceedings in the Fort Mill Municipal Court, beginning on or after Jan. 13, 2021, are hereby suspended until further Order of the Chief Justice. However, this Order shall not prevent the Fort Mill Municipal Court from conducting Bond Hearings, emergency matters, and vacating bench warrants.
All Court dates scheduled on or after Jan. 13, 2021 for the Town of Fort Mill shall be continued (postponed) until further notice from the Fort Mill Municipal Court. Please direct any questions or concerns in this regard to the Fort Mill Municipal Clerk of Court at (803) 547-2120. 
Further, if you are currently scheduled for Court and intend to change your mailing address, please contact the Clerk of Court with your updated contact information. Remember, you can also pay online at the South Carolina website

Municipal Court Mission 

Our mission is to serve the public with integrity, professionalism, and respect in the performance of our daily duties; to diligently hold ourselves to a higher standard of excellence and to preserve the public trust.

The Fort Mill Municipal Court will at all times adhere to the South Carolina State Code of Laws and the policies and procedures as set forth by the South Carolina Court Administration in the application of justice, and by oath, solemnly vow to uphold and protect the rights and liberties of all individuals who appear before us.

Court Proceedings 

The Honorable Kyle M. Hobbs presides over our Municipal Court Terms of Court. The Fort Mill Municipal Court proceedings are held at the Fort Mill Council Chambers, located at 112 Confederate Street, Fort Mill, South Carolina 29715.

Municipal Court sessions are scheduled on Wednesdays at 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM . The Clerk of Court’s Office schedules jury trials, processes warrants, conducts all transactions relating to the court docket, and adjudication of misdemeanor state violations, and municipal codes. Any questions pertaining to court hearings and jury duty service can be answered by calling the Municipal Court.

Make Court Payments 

Visit the South Carolina website to make payments online.

For questions regarding your driver’s license, points, suspensions, or other infractions, contact SCDMV at (803) 896-5000.