In an effort to reduce the transmission of COVID-19, the City of McKinney has adopted the following measures to protect our customers and employees.
Our facility is closed. Find out how to conduct business electronically.
- To make a payment, visit www.McKinneyTexas.org/CourtPayments
- For other inquiries or to submit a document email: Contact-Courts@McKinneyTexas.org
How to conduct business with the Municipal Court:
Online - www.McKinneyTexas.org/CourtPayments
- Enter written pleas for a citation or charge
- Pay fines and citations using a credit or debit card. Visa, Mastercard or Discover are accepted.
Email - Contact-Courts@McKinneyTexas.org
Requests made by email should include case or citation number, full name, date of birth, address including apartment or trailer number and telephone number.
- Ask a question about your citation or charge
- Enter written pleas for a citation or charge and pay fines
- Apply for a payment plan or request additional time to pay
- Request deferred disposition probation
- Apply for a compliance dismissal
- Submit documents
- Request a driving safety course
- Schedule a court appearance
All document submittals should include: case or citation number, full name, date of birth, address including apartment or trailer number and telephone number.
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Located to the left of the Municipal Court entrance; available 24/7
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130 South Chestnut St.
McKinney, TX 75069
Notice of Postponement
The McKinney Municipal Court is postponing all dockets, hearings and trials. If you are scheduled for an appearance or trial before a judge or jury, contact the court for alternative options by email or call 972-547-7676.
Community members are encouraged to respond to your citation and / or jury service online or through the mail. Review the options on your citation, jury summons and on our web pages or call 972-547-7676.
The City of McKinney Municipal Court is a Court of Record
As of July 15, 2019, the City of McKinney municipal court is a court of record. This conversion affects all trial proceedings before the municipal court and all appeals from judgements. To find out more information about the conversion and your rights thereunder, view Chapter 66 of the City of McKinney ordinances.
Defendants must request any trial recordings.
Residents are receiving calls from spoofed numbers impersonating the City of McKinney and the McKinney Police Department.
These phone spoof scams try to trick you into thinking you’re getting a call from a legitimate employee. Take steps to protect yourself and your family.
- Ignore the call and let it go to voicemail.
- Hang up if the call sounds fishy.
- If you are a victim of a scam, please file a report by calling 972-547-2700.
- View a video about spoofing.
I Got a Ticket. Now What Do I Do?
Adults Have Three Basic Choices:
- You can pay the fine
- You can contest the ticket and go to court
- You can keep the ticket off your record in three ways:
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