From Dec. 4 through Dec. 30, City of Wichita Municipal Court will offer amnesty to drivers who have had their licenses suspended for failure to pay a traffic ticket. Drivers can obtain a restricted license while they participate in the amnesty program, which allows them to make payments on traffic citations without the threat of arrest or additional fees being assessed.
The Amnesty Program is a partnership between the City of Wichita, the Kansas Division of Motor Vehicles, Workforce Alliance, and Sunflower Community Action.
Drivers with suspended licenses should visit the Municipal Court Clerk’s Office at 455 N. Main St. on the 2nd floor or call 268-4120 (line opens November 30). Amnesty will not be offered prior to Dec. 4 or after Dec. 30. For additional information, visit www.wichita.gov.