Haltom City Municipal Court is the Judicial Branch of city government and is operated out of the Customer Service Department.
The Haltom City Municipal Court is organized into two sections, the Judiciary and Court Administration. The mission of the Judiciary is to conduct business separate and independent of the other two branches of government and in doing so, providing fair and impartial justice to the citizens of Haltom City. The mission of the Court Administration is to support the Judiciary by assisting the public with competence and patience and by managing court operations with skill and economy.
Nothing contained herein is intended to be construed as legal advice.
Due to COVID-19 concerns, all Defendants and attorneys shall be scheduled a Virtual Hearing to be held remotely. If you do not wish to participate in a Virtual Hearing, please contact the Haltom City Municipal Court at 817-222-7773 to request an in-person hearing. You may also request an in-person hearing via mail at 5024 Broadway Avenue, Haltom City, Texas 76117. You may also request an in-person hearing at the Municipal Court located at 5024 Broadway Avenue, Haltom City, Texas 76117 during normal business hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Vulnerable populations who are scheduled for court will be accommodated by remote hearings and/or teleconferencing where possible, usage of online payment portal, mail, or night drop box and individual hearings when necessary. Please contact the Haltom City Municipal Court at 817-222-7773, in person or via mail at 5024 Broadway Avenue, Haltom City, Texas 76117 for accommodations.
Depending on how you choose to plea, there are various options for disposition with the Municipal Court.
If you feel that you are guilty, a standard fine for the offense may be paid in person, online or mailed to:
Haltom City Municipal Court
5024 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX 76117
In order to find out the standard fine for your violation(s), you may call the court at 817-222-7773. Please wait 2-3 business days before calling to allow time for processing of the citation. The court is open Monday–Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Payments are accepted in the form of cash, check, money order, Mastercard, Visa, or Discover. If you choose to mail remittance of the fine, you must complete the Appearance, Plea and Waiver section on the bottom of the citation and mail it with the payment. If you have lost your citation, you may complete a Plea Form and mail it with your payment. This will result in a conviction on your driving record. If you would like to request Deferred Disposition or Driver's Safety Course to keep it off your record, please read the information contained in those links and DO NOT PAY ONLINE.
If you feel that you are not guilty of the offense as charged, you must appear before the Municipal Court Judge. In order to appear and make your plea of not guilty, you must make a court date in advance either in person or in writing. Please include a corrected address if necessary. The clerk will mail you a form (the court date will be on the form) to complete and mail back to the court. Please refer to Your Rights in Municipal Court for more information on court appearances.Verbal phone requests for court dates will not be accepted. All requests must be made in person or in writing.
You are required to either pay the fine, hire an attorney, request a Drivers Safety Course, request Deferred Disposition, or request a court date prior to the due date as shown on the citation (21 business days for date of issuance). Failure to do so or failure to appear once a court date is set will result in a warrant being issued for your arrest and an additional fine being levied for failure to appear.
Online payments of court fines can be paid by clicking the "I Accept" button at the bottom of this page. Before paying your fine, please read below so you fully understand the process and consequences.
Please be advised that voluntary online payment will result in a conviction and will be reported to the Texas Department of Public Safety which may result in points on your driving record or a surcharge.
By paying online, I understand that I am pleading guilty to the offense and am waiving my right to:
DO NOT make a payment on-line if the following apply to you:
You may pay for an active warrant of arrest using this online payment system; however, you are still subject to arrest until the Judge has accepted your payment as a plea of guilty and the case has been processed. The payment must pay the warrant amount in full. This system will not allow partial payments unless the case is set on a payment plan. Payments will be processed within 2 business days. Please note that payments might be delayed due to City holidays.
The City of Haltom City makes no guarantees, promises, or warranties regarding the accuracy of information provided in this site. There is no guarantee that this online payment service will show all of your unpaid tickets.
By clicking the "I Accept" link below you agree to accept the above stipulations.