Contact: (254) 750-5900
For online ticket options, use the above link for payments and programs.
Meeting Access- Court Trials
The City of Waco Municipal Court will begin conducting jury trials August 2021.
Please check this page for updates to any trial changes conducted at the City of Waco Municipal Court.
- Please maintain social distancing. The Court Bailiff/Security Officer will assign you to a courtroom seat. Please do not bring other persons with you for courtroom appearances. The only exception is if you are set for a Juvenile Court Docket which requires a parent or legal guardian present.
Court Location & Hours
City of Waco Municipal Court
P.O. Box 2570
Waco, TX 76702-2570
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. - Mon., Wed., Thurs., Fri., From 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. - Tues. *END OF EACH BUSINESS DAY IS AT 4:30 P.M.
*To be considered current day’s business, any payments and correspondence must be placed in the Safe Drop Box by 4:30 p.m. daily. Any business after 4:30 p.m. will be considered next day business.
Phone: (254) 750-5900
Fax: (254) 750-5426
If traveling north or south from I-35:
- Take the S. 4th St. Exit; travel west on S. 4th St. for approximately 1 mile;
- At S. 4th St. and Waco Dr., cross through Waco Dr. and remain in the right hand lane;
- Turn right onto the first street on your right (Bosque Blvd.); then turn right onto the next first street on your right (3rd St.);
- Turn left into the parking lot of the Waco-McLennan County Health District and Community Services & Municipal Court Buildings. (The Municipal Court Building entrance faces this parking lot.)
If traveling west or east on Waco Drive:
- Turn onto S. 4th Street (traveling west, you will turn right onto S. 4th St.; traveling east, you will turn left onto S. 4th Street);
- Remain in the right lane; then turn right onto the first street on your right (Bosque Blvd.);
- Turn right onto the next first street on your right (3rd St.); then turn left into the parking lot of the Waco-McLennan County Health District and Community Services & Municipal Court Buildings. (The Municipal Court Building entrance faces this parking lot.)
For Pro se Litigants
If you are a pro se litigant, you can obtain self-help legal resources available through the Office of Court Administration’s website at: http://www.txcourts.gov/programs-services/self-help/ or through the Texas State Law Library’s website..
Failure to make disposition on warrants may cause Texas Department of Public Safety to deny renewal of your Driver's License. Only full payment will clear the status with Texas Department of Public Safety and restore renewal of your License.
- Accused may appear to pay by cash, money order or MasterCard, Visa and Discover Card.
- Accused may remit by mail with money order or cashier's check at: P.O. Box 2570, Waco, TX 76702
- Accused may remit at the court drop box at 201 W. Waco Dr., Waco, TX 76701
- Accused may remit online at https://www.municipalonlinepayments.com/wacotx
No personal checks will be accepted for payment of Warrants. Money orders must be signed by accused and include the printed name, mailing address, driver license number & citation number to ensure proper processing.
Notice of Alternatives to Full Payment of Fines or Fees
The judgment and sentence for the offense you are charged is the payment of a fine and fees. If ordered to pay a fine and fees, and you cannot pay, notify the court immediately. If you are determined by the court to have insufficient resources or income to pay, the court is required to provide you other ways to discharge the fine and fees.
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