Municipal Court

The Municipal Court of Lyons handles misdemeanor traffic offenses and city ordinance violations that have occurred within the city limits of Lyons.

Some tickets/citations may be paid without appearing in court on the date listed on your citation, other citations require a mandatory court appearance. Please call the Lyons Police Department/Court at 912-526-3638.

Citations are paid at the Lyons City Hall.

Payments are accepted in cash, money order, credit/ debit card or cashier check at the Lyons City Hall. We are not taking payments online during this time. However, if you have a court required citation you will not be allowed to pay it before your court date.

If you wish to mail your payment, please make your money order or cashier’s check (no personal checks) payable to the Lyons Municipal Court. Do Not Mail Cash. Please make sure your citation number(s) appear on your form of payment. This number is located on the top right corner of the citation.

If you do not appear on your court date and have not paid before that date, a warrant may be issued for your arrest and/or your driver’s license may be suspended. An extra fee will be accessed to your total fine.

Department of Driver Services

For information regarding your driver’s license, to check the status of a suspension, or to find out about points, please contact the Georgia Department of Driver’s Services at 866-754-3687.

Court is held at the Lyons City Hall the second Tuesday of every month.

Contact Information

Lyons Police Department/ Court:
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 – 4:30
Address : 257 N State Street, Lyons Ga 30436
Number: 912-526-3638
Fax: 912-526-0901

Lyons City Hall:
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 – 4:30
Address: 161 N E Broad Street, Lyons Ga 30436
Number: 912-526-3626
Fax: 912-526-0807

The City of Lyons, Municipal Court (L-R) - Lyons Police Captain Geoffrey Parker; Probation Officer, Jody Williams; Solicitor Paul Calhoun; Lyons Police Dept. Clerk of Courts, Stacy Morris; Judge Paul Cook; Probation Officer, Connie Mosley, and Probation Officer Amanda Corum.

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Lyons Police Dept. Clerk of Courts, Stacy Morris ~ Bio

Stacy Pittman Morris graduated from Toombs County High School and attended Lee College. She married Barry A. Morris on Sept 7, 2002, and they have two children, Jared, and Ashlynn Morris.


Stacy loves to read and tend to her other children aka her flowers, as her kids fondly call them. She started working at the Lyons Police Department in October 2011 and became the Court Clerk in 2016. Her responsibilities include recording, filing, and maintaining court proceedings and managing books, case files, and journals related to past court proceedings. Before this, she served as a Sergeant at Toombs County 911 for 9 years.


Devoted to community service, Stacy participates in various programs such as the DARE program, Back-to-School Bash, Fishing Rodeo, and the Lyons Real Squeal Music & BBQ Festival. She is always ready to help wherever and whenever she can.


The person Stacy looks up to the most in her life is her Mema, who taught her to "love the person and hate the sin."


Dedicated to her work, Stacy can always be found at work early and is known to stay late.