Cities across Texas have joined together to actively serve outstanding arrest warrants. While warrants are regularly served by each jurisdiction, this huge, combined effort provides much greater opportunities for warrant service.
If you have an outstanding warrant or a delinquent traffic, misdemeanor (Class C) citation, or delinquent parking citations, the time to act is NOW.
Beginning March 1, 2014, more than 300 law enforcement agencies across Texas will be concentrating their efforts and could arrest you on warrants.
If a warrant has been issued for your arrest, the following procedures apply:
• You may pay your warrant(s) in full in person at the Municipal Court or you may pay on-line or via our automated phone system (See Payment Options). You may pay the fine using cash, money order, cashier's check, or credit card. No personal checks will be accepted for warrants. To pay on-line now, please click here.
• Note, payment in full will result in a conviction and will be reported to the Texas Department of Public Safety.
• If you have never appeared in court, or have failed to appear for a court date, you may post a cash bond to have the warrant removed and set a court date. Surety bonds will only be accepted upon approval of the judge. Please contact the Court for the bond amount.
• If you have been before the Judge and judgment has been entered and a fine assessed on your case, your only option is to pay the fine in full (See Payment Options). To pay on-line now, please click here. No extensions or court dates will be given.