Aim: The aim of the study is to assess the findings, complications and treatment methods of the laparoscopic urological procedures that are performed in a municipal hospital. Material and Method: 59 laparoscopic urology procedures performed on 57 patients in Kahramanmaras Afsin Municipal Hospital between November of 2011 and September of 2013 are evaluated retrospectively. Occurred complications are classified according to the Satava and Clavien classification system. Results: It is observed that intraoperative complications occurred in 13 of 57 patients who undergone a laparoscopic procedure (22.8%). Postoperative complications are observed in 7 of 57 patients (12.2%). All complications are presented in Table 3. Discussion: We believe that laparoscopic urology procedures should be used more extensively as most of the potential complications can be treated easily with the help of conservative methods in a municipal hospital.