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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) establishes a system that authorizes the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) to assess surcharges to an individual bases on certain traffic offenses that have occurred on or after September 1, 2003.  Individuals are notified by mail each time a surcharge is added to their driver record.  Surcharges are in addition to other fees and do not replace a suspension, revocation, denial, disqualification or cancellation resulting from the same conviction.

This program was developed to encourage safe driving habits.  It requires DPS to assess surcharges to individuals based on certain traffic offenses.  These surcharges are assessed in two ways, a point system, and conviction based.

  • Points are assessed for Texas or out-of-state moving violation convictions: two (2) points for a conviction, and three (3) points for a conviction that resulted in a crash.  Individuals are assessed a point surcharge annually if they have six (6) or more points on their driver record.  For each consecutive 12 month period that an individual does not receive any points for a moving violation, one (1) point will be deducted from the individual’s total points.
  • A conviction based surcharge is a result of being convicted of any of the following: Driving While Intoxicated, No Driver’s License, Driving While License Invalid, and No Insurance.  Points are not assessed for these offenses.  A conviction based surcharge will be assessed annually for three (3) years from the date of conviction.  An individual also has the option to pay all three (3) years at once.

DPS offers programs that may reduce or waive surcharges.  For more information about DRP, along with details on available surcharge discounts and other surcharge assistance programs, please visit www.dps.texas.gov/DriverLicense/drp.htm.

Mission

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.

Online Payments

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