Municipal Court

Founding Authority


The Village of Howard Municipal Court was established in 1975, with the judge being elected for a four-year term in the spring election. The Court's primary function is to administer justice and hold individuals accountable for their actions when found guilty of local ordinance or traffic violations. 

The Howard Municipal Court handles citations issued in the Village of Howard for traffic and non-traffic ordinance violations.  The Court imposes fines and costs, collects those fines and costs, as well as imposes and collects restitution and other miscellaneous fees. 

The current Municipal Court Judge is Gregg Schreiber, assisted by the Municipal Court Clerk, Melissa Heim.  To contact the Court, call (920) 434-4669 or email the Court at mheim@villageofhoward.com

Cases heard in Municipal Court are either village ordinance or traffic violations. The Municipal Court judge serves a 4-year term. Judge Gregg Schreiber was first elected as municipal judge in April of 1999.