If your citation is older than 21 days from the date of receipt, and you have not taken action on it, you have the following options:
If you would like to plea guilty or no contest and administer the ticket without going to court,your options include:
Pay the citation in full (online, in-person, or by mail)
Pay the citation in full for Defer Disposition (online, in-person, or by mail)
If you would like to plea not guilty, your options include:
Post a cash bond in the amount of the citation and receive a court date
Hire an attorney
If you would like to plea guilty or no contest you have the option to go to the Proof or Plea (walk-in) court and request:
Pay the fine through a plea, (payment plans available upon request)
Request deferred disposition (probation)
Dismissal (compliance) proof * Show compliance or "proof" on the case by presenting a valid Texas driver's license, proof of insurance or financial responsibility, renewed or valid inspection sticker, or renewed or valid registration;
Request driver's safety course
Request community service or work release program
Submit time served proof
Check the link for walk-in court hours, building closings, or non-court days
If your citation is older than 31 days from the date of receipt, and you have not taken action on it, you have the following options:
Pay the citation in full
The defendant has a right to appeal a finding of liability to the municipal court before the 31st day after the date this order is filed with the clerk.
If the defendant does not perfect a timely appeal, this order shall become final. Unless this order is suspended through a properly filed appeal including posting a bond with the municipal court for twice the amount of the administrative penalties, fees, and court costs, the administrative penalty must be paid within 31 calendar days after the date entered below.
If the administrative penalty is not timely paid, the City may refer the administrative penalty to a collection agency and the cost to the City for collection services will be assessed as costs and added to the administrative penalty assessed in this order.
The City may enforce this order by filing a civil suit for collection of the administrative penalty and court costs and/or obtaining an injunction to prohibit specific conduct that violates this order or to require specific conduct necessary for compliance with this order.
To review citation(s), status, or balances (Click Here). Example: (H12123456 Do not enter the dash)