May I mail in my court payment to Municipal Court?
You may mail in a money order or cashier's check for payment of your fines. Make the money order payable to Round Rock Municipal Court. Clearly indicate your name, mailing address including city, state and zip and the case or citation number on the payment. Include your copy of the citation with the payment.
Download a plea form (PDF) (Spanish form). A payment received through the mail without a plea or other indicator will be recorded as a plea of no contest. We must receive your payment by your appearance date noted on the citation to avoid the issuance of an arrest warrant. You may also pay your payment in person Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m or online.
What forms of payment does Municipal Court accept for fines?
You may pay in the Muncipal Court office with cash, money order, Visa or Mastercard (valid identification is required when paying by credit card). The Court does not allow the fine to be paid by check.
Should I assume that Municipal Court knows that I received more than one violation on my ticket?
The court handles each offense that you have been charged with individually. If you were charged with more that one violation, the law requires you to respond to each one individually. If you do not dispose of each one individually, you may have a warrant issued for your arrest on the one that was not resolved. The court is not responsible for telling you how many charges you have outstanding.
Where can I pay my traffic ticket?
Pay traffic tickets at the Round Rock Municipal Court 301 West Bagdad Ave. Suite 120 Round Rock, Texas 78664 Phone: (512) 218-5480
Who do I call to find out information regarding Traffic Tickets?
Please call Municipal Court at (512) 218-5480 for information on traffic tickets.
If I pay my citation or request defensive driving before my court date, do I still need to come to court?
If you made disposition of your case(s) prior to your required appearance date, you need not appear on your court date. It is, however, your responsibility to confirm that you have properly disposed of your case.
What do I do if I need an interpreter when I appear before the Judge in Municipal Court?
If you need an interpreter for a formal proceeding, you must notify the court at least one week in advance. The Municipal Court does employ Spanish speaking staff who are certified interpreters during the regular business hours and may be contacted by phone or in the office.
Is Municipal Court open during lunch hours?
Court offices remain open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., except on council approved holidays.
How can I obtain a copy of my criminal record?
Criminal Records may be obtained from the Texas Department of Public Safety, P.O. Box 4142, Austin, TX 78765. The telephone number is (512) 424-7252. They are not available anywhere else.
Where can I obtain a letter stating I do not have a criminal record within the City of Round Rock?
You may obtain a clearance letter stating you have not been arrested by the Round Rock Police Department. Please go to main lobby and bring your driver’s license with you, the fee is $3 and this letter can be notarized.
Can I find out if I have a warrant for my arrest over the phone?
Can I call the Municipal Court and find out how many warrants I have outstanding against me in the State of Texas?
The Municipal Court can only talk to you about the cases filed against you in Round Rock Municipal Court. To find out about other charges, you must contact the court of jurisdiction in each specific case. Many times contacting the Department of Public Safety for the names and phone numbers of the area Justice of the Peace may be helpful if a State Police officer issued you the citation.