Springville Civic Center
110 South Main Street
Springville City, UT 84663
(801) 489-2700 Tel
(801) 491-7894 Fax
Springville Youth Court
Applications to serve on the 2021/2022 Springville Youth Court are now open to students who will be in 10th,11th or 12th grades in the Fall. Students must live in Springville or Mapleton at the time of their application. For new applicants please view the two short videos at the bottom of the page before applying.
Applications will be open May 3- May 24, 2021. New members will be notified by June 7th. The majority of the training for Youth Court will take place in July.
A Legal Court
Springville Youth Court received their certification from the State of Utah in July 2015. The court is made up of Springville and Mapleton residents ages 14 to 18 in grades 9-12. They hold the positions of mentor, clerk, bailiffs and judges.
Springville Youth Court is based on restorative justice. Youth Court volunteers deliberate and come to a consensus on a disposition (sentence). The disposition’s goal is to provide accountability, skill development and/or a community connection for the offending juvenile. This allows juvenile offenders who have committed their first offense, and the offense does not rise above a Class B Misdemeanor, to appear before a court of his/her peers.
What is the benefit of appearing in Youth Court?
By attending and successfully completing all requirements a juvenile offender does not appear in Juvenile Court and will maintain a clean criminal history.
What are the requirements to appear in Youth Court?
• Must admit to charges
• Must appear in court with his/her guardians
• Appear before a court of his/her peers
• Pay Youth Court appearance fee of $35
• Comply with the decided dispositions and return to court to report outcome
How does Youth Court benefit the community?
Youth Court volunteers are trained in restorative justice, prevention and the legal process. They are given the opportunity to be community leaders. Juvenile offenders who appear before the court may be given the opportunity to serve on the Youth Court once the disposition is complete.
Youth Court is under the direction of Springville City’s Legal and Prevention department.
Springville Youth Court may decline to accept a youth for disposition or may terminate a youth from Youth Court participation at any time.
Springville City Youth Court
City Civic Center
110 South Main • Springville
(801) 491-7823 or email
Juveniles Appearing before the Court