Municipal Court

Court Bldg. Closed for Walk-in Business; Online, Dropbox Alternatives 

(March 20,  2020) Beginning Monday, March 23, the Frisco Municipal Court will be closing its building to the public for walk-in business on the recommendation of state and local officials during the current health crisis. Read more here.

Update - Scheduled Changes & E-Court Options

(March 17, 2020) The Frisco Municipal Court has canceled required scheduled court appearances, trials, and hearings through March 27, 2020 on the recommendation of State and Local Officials during the current health crisis. The court will reassess scheduling beyond March 27th as further recommendations are made. Read more here.

New: visit our E-Court portal to learn more about the online options offered by the Frisco Municipal Court.

Responsibilities

The Frisco Municipal Court has jurisdiction over class C misdemeanors and City Ordinance violations that occur within the corporate city limits and are punishable by fine only.

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