Active Warrant List
No personal checks will be accepted for payment of warrants. You may pay in person, by phone, or online and we accept these payment methods:
- Cashier check
- Money Order
- Discover card
- American Express
Request a payment plan or community service online. Please complete a Financial Inquiry Form for the Court to consider your request. Expect a reply from the Court by email.
You may appear before the Court to have the warrant lifted and the clerk may be able to place you on a payment plan or will set you for the next available court date to work out the remaining balance with the Judge. Failure to appear at your assigned court date may result in the issuance of another warrant and additional fees.
Note: When you come to the Municipal Court to inquire or pay your warrant, you will not be arrested at the Court.
- Failure to make disposition on warrants may cause Texas Department of Public Safety to deny renewal of your driver’s license and the Texas DMV to deny renewal of your vehicle registration. Only full payment will clear the status with Texas Department of Public Safety and restore renewal of your driver’s license.
- Failure to make disposition on warrants may cause Texas Department of Motor Vehicles to deny renewal of your vehicle registration. Only full payment will clear the status with the Texas DMV and restore renewal of your vehicle registration.
- Failure to make disposition on warrants will be reported to a private collection agency.
For additional information, please contact, the Court Administrator.