Dallas Municipal Court provides various ways for you to make a payment on your citation. Read below for details on payment options for online, phone, retail store, mail, and in-person. If you are unable to make your payment in full, details regarding payment plans can be found at the bottom of this page.
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I hereby understand that case payment will result in a waiver of a jury trial and a finding of guilty, which may be reported to the Texas Department of Public Safety in accordance with Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, Art. 27.14(c). The defendant also waives the right to receive discovery from the State, Art. 39.14.
Terms and Conditions: By paying your fine on this website you understand:
A plea of No Contest and a disposition of Guilty will be entered on your case.
Fines and or warrant payments paid after hours, weekends and holidays, will not post until the following workday.
Payments can be verified by calling 214-670-0109 or going under Citation Search. Please allow time for the payment to process (See #2 above).
Failure to make payments by the due date may result in additional fines, fees and possible warrants for your arrest.
Online is available 24/7, including weekends and holidays. You may pay by debit card or credit card. Visa and MasterCard are accepted. A convenience fee will be charged for each online transaction. This fee covers the cost incurred by the City of Dallas to permit the offer of an online option for your convenience. Individuals who wish to avoid this fee may handle their case by mail, in-person with the Municipal Court at 2014 Main St. or the Marshal’s Office at 1600 Chestnut St.
Pay by phone with a Debit Card or Credit Card. Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover are accepted. Call 1-833-256-5997 to speak to a representative from GovPayNet. Customer service representatives are available 24/7, including weekends and holidays and Spanish speaking representatives are available. (Agentes de Servicio que hablan español están disponibles para servirle.)
A convenience fee will be charged for each transaction. Individuals who wish to avoid this fee may handle their case by mail, in-person with the Municipal Court at 2014 Main St. or the Marshal’s Office at 1600 Chestnut St.
Dallas Municipal Court
2014 Main Street
Dallas, TX 75201
The postmark date on the letter (stamped by the postal service) is the date that the clerks use to note the payment date. Do not send cash. Send only a check or a money order through the mail. Be sure to clearly print the citation number on the check or money order to ensure the correct citation is credited.
To review citation(s), status, or balances (Click Here). Example: (C12123456)
Dallas Municipal Court
2014 Main St.
Dallas, TX 75201
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Pay with cash, debit card, credit card, check or money order. Visa and MasterCard are accepted. (No credit card fees are charged when paying in-person at the Municipal Court.) Spanish speaking representatives are available. (Agentes de Servicio que hablan español están disponibles para servirle.)
The City of Dallas Municipal Court does not have dedicated parking, nor free parking for the public. Paid parking options include: street metered parking, daily lots, and private garages.
Dallas Marshal's Office 1600 Chestnut St.Dallas, TX 75226
This office only accepts full payments on citations for:
1. Any citation(s) in a warrant status
2. A plea has not been entered on the citation and you want to pay in full.
The Marshal’s Office is open 24/7, including weekends and holidays. Pay with cash, debit card and credit card. Visa and MasterCard are accepted (No credit card fees are charged when paying in-person at the Marshal’s Office.) Spanish speaking representatives are available. (Agentes de Servicio que hablan español están disponibles para servirle.)
Payment Plan Information: (Click Here)
Individuals who come to the Dallas Municipal Court will not be arrested. We do not have arresting officers at our location. If you see uniformed personnel, they are either there as bailiffs or called to appear in court.