|Entrance into Yonkers Traffic Court.|
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Yonkers is the 4th largest municipality in the State of New York. It has over 400,000 residents and is located less than 15 miles north of Manhattan. It is home to many major highways including I-87, the Sam Mill River Parkway, the Bronx River Parkway, and the Cross County Parkway. In light of this combination of population density and major highways, there is a large number of traffic tickets that are issued per year. The tickets are issued from many different police agencies including Yonkers Police, New York State Police, and the Westchester County Police. This diversity creates a heavy court calendar and as such, Traffic Court is held nearly 5 days per week.
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Speeding at 70/50 3rd speed 18 in months
0 Point Parking Ticket
|Fines can be paid in court. Credit cards are accepted.|
To accommodate this large volume of tickets and other matters (criminal and civil), the court has 6 judges.
In 2012, the City Court judges were:
Hon. Michael A. Martinelli
Hon. Thomas R. Daly
Hon. Thomas R. Daly
Hon. Robert C. Cerrato
Hon. Arthur J. Doran, III
Hon, Mary Anne Scattaretico-Naber
Hon. Edward J. Gaffney
COURT CONTACT INFORMATION
The court is located at 100 South Broadway, in Yonkers, NY 10701. The courthouse is often referred to as the Cacace Courthouse.
The various inside
The court maintains an active landlord tenant part as well a civil court. Civil cases in Yonkers City Court are often referred to small claims matters. It has the power to adjudicate cases up to $5,000.00 in value.
|Part of the Freedom Shrine. Plaque donated by the National Exchange Clubs.|
On the 2nd Floor of the courthouse, there is a wall dedicated to service of others. In the center of the wall is this plaque donated by the National Exchange Club.
The National Exchange Club of Yonkers is designated as a 501(c)(3) charity.