If you were issued a ticket from a Round Rock Police Officer, you are scheduled to appear on a specific date and time, located on your citation.
Round Rock Municipal Court is the first level of the judicial branch of government. The jurisdiction of Municipal Court includes class C misdemeanors occurring within the territorial limits of the City of Round Rock.
Charges processed by Municipal Court may be filed by county peace officers, state peace officers, parks and wildlife officials, citizens, and a variety of city employees, including but not limited to police, fire, code enforcement and animal control.
Most cases are criminal in nature, but Municipal Courts have limited administrative jurisdiction over certain city ordinance violations such as animal cruelty and removal of junked vehicles.
The Municipal Judge also serves as a magistrate of the State and has the authority to issue search warrants, emergency protective orders and arrest warrants.
A message from the Texas Department of Public Safety
The Driver Responsibility Program (DRP) is repealed, effective September 1, 2019. All DRP suspensions will end. For additional information click on Questions about Surcharges.
The mission of the Municipal Court is predetermined by the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure and the Code of Judicial Conduct. The court and all support personnel shall provide equal and impartial justice under the law and process each case efficiently without delay or unnecessary expense. In addition, it is the mission of this division to provide a friendly environment responding to the needs of all persons who come in contact with Round Rock Municipal Court.
The City of Round Rock takes online payments for Municipal Court fines. Please note that there are additional processing fees and not all violations can be paid online.
Location and Hours of Operation
301 West Bagdad Avenue, Suite 120
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Phone: 512-218-5480 | Fax: 512-218-7079
Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays