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Traffic School

How to Attend Traffic School: A Step-by-Step Guide

Traffic school can be a valuable option for those looking to improve their driving skills and reduce the impact of a traffic violation on their record. Here's a step-by-step guide to attending traffic school:

Step 1: Approval by Court
First, ensure that you are eligible to attend traffic school for your specific violation. You must appear in court for the judge to grant approval for attendance. 

Step 2: Pay Court Fee
Pay any required court fees associated with your traffic violation. Ensure that all outstanding fines are settled.

Step 3: Receive Traffic School Information
The court will provide you with paperwork that lists your options for attending traffic school. You will have the choice of attending either in person or online.

Step 4: Register for Traffic School
In-Person Traffic School - The Midvale Driver Awareness Class is offered on the 1st Monday of each month from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Midvale City Hall. Be sure to choose a date that falls before your court-imposed deadline. This ensures that you complete the course on time.
  • Register and pay for the course online or in person.
    • In-person: Visit the Utility Billing window at Midvale City Hall (7505 S Holden Street, First Floor) to register and pay the class fee.
    • Online: Register and pay for the Midvale Driver Awareness Class online.
      • Enter your first name, last name, and case number (contact the court if you need your case number)
      • Enter your billing and payment information then click "Continue>>" and "Complete Payment>>"
Online Traffic School - The Court will provide you with a list of approved Online Traffic Schools.  Register and pay for the online school.

Step 5: Complete the Class

Take the online or in-person traffic school class and pass any required tests or assessments.

If you are taking the class in person be sure to arrive on time and bring a valid ID, proof of payment, and the Traffic School Packet you received from the Court. If you are late, you will not be allowed in.  

Step 6: Class Completion Certificate
After successfully completing the online course, you will receive a course completion certificate via email. Email the certificate to the Court or
physically drop it off at the court. Ensure that it reaches the court before the deadline.

After completing the in-person class, the UPD officer will provide certification of completion after the class. The officer will submit the certificate
to the court.

Step 7: Confirmation of Completion
Email the Court to confirm that they have received and accepted your completion certificate. This ensures that your participation in traffic school is officially documented.