The court consists of a presiding judge, clerk of municipal court of record, two deputy court clerks and a prosecutor.The judge of this court is appointed by the City Council of the City of Taylor and is sworn to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution and the laws of the United States and Texas. This court and its officers are dedicated to the fair and impartial administration of justice.
Hours and Court Location
Court is held every Thursday at 9:30 am at the City Hall Annex located at 109 West Fifth Street. All cases are heard on a first come first served basis. You may sign in between 8:00 am and 9:30 am before Court is in session. You must appear in court or you can communicate by mail. If you were issued a citation, the appearance date is the deadline date to pay your fine, set a court date, or make other arrangements. If you have been released on bond, your appearance date is set on the bond. If a complainant filed your case, you will be notified by mail of your court appearance. Phone calls are not considered an appearance.
Payments are accepted in person at 109 W. 5th Street Monday through Friday between the hours of 8am and 5pm.
- Credit Card (Visa and Master Card) in person or by phone
- Cashier’s Check (NO personal checks accepted)
- Money Order
- Online payment
After 60 days unpaid cases are sent to McCreary Veselka Bragg & Allen, PC Attorneys At Law (MVBA) for collections.MVBA can be reached at 800-287-0013.
If you suspect that your driver's license has been denied due to a failure to appear / failure to pay you will need to contact OmniBase client services at 800-686-0570 or Texas Department of Public Safety at 512-424-2600.
Municipal Court Forms
- 30-Day Extension on Offense Request
- Alcohol and Drugs Awareness Classes
- Compliance Affidavit
- Application for Extension of Time on Payment of Fines
- Municipal Court Procedures (adults)
- Municipal Court Procedures (juveniles / persons under 17 years of age)
- Notice for Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility
- Plea Form