The Pleasanton Municipal Court is the local branch of the judicial system, which enforces criminal laws, traffic laws and municipal ordinances within the court's jurisdiction.
The Pleasanton Municipal Court’s operations are committed to providing quality customer service to all who appear in the court while we diligently execute the administrative duties of the Municipal Court as set forth by law. We promise to be innovative in creating methods and techniques that allow us to be more responsive to the needs of the public.
OFFICE HOURS (EXCEPT FOR HOLIDAYS)
8:00 AM -12:30 PM
1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
*Court staff takes lunch from 12:30-1:30 PM*
P. O. BOX 209
108 SECOND ST.
PLEASANTON, TEXAS 78064
Due to the developing situation regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19), the City of Pleasanton Municipal Court will enact the following changes, effective immediately:
- All hearings and trials scheduled for March 16th, 2020 through June 30th, 2020 will be reset for a later date.
- Individuals will be notified by mail two weeks prior to the court date if you have updated your address with the court.
All individuals who wish to appear in court are urged to contact the court first, to inquire about resolving their matter(s) without having to appear in person. Contact us at the following (830)281-6828 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Pay at: https://www.thepaymentgroup.com
- Throught he drop box available at City Hall- envelopes provided in the lobby
If you believe you are sick or have been exposed to someone who is sick, please exercise the options listed above to address your citation to avoid appearing in person. For those who wish to visit the court in person, be advised that we are practicing social distancing as prescribed by the Centers for Disease Control.
The court recommends that only the individual who received the citation or summons appear in court. Bringing additional family or friends is not recommended at this time and may be asked to wait outside.
For more information on COVID-19 visit http://www.dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/ or call (210) 207-5779.
The following violations cannot be paid online:
- Driving or operating watercraft under the influence of alcohol by a minor (DUI)
- Minor in Possession of Alcohol
- Minor in Possession of Tobacco
Any individual 17 years of age and under cannot pay their case online. Any individual who was of the age of 17 years or younger, at the time of the alleged violation, is required by law to appear in open court with a Parent or Legal Guardian even if an attorney is representing the minor or juvenile. This will require setting a court date to appear personally in court.
DRIVING SAFETY COURSE REQUEST FORM
DEFERRED DISPOSITION REQUEST FORM
COMPLIANCE DISMISSAL REQUEST FORM
COMPLIANCE DISMISSAL FOR INSURANCE REQUEST FORM
PAYMENT PLAN REQUEST- ATTACH A FINANCIAL APPLICATION (SEE NEXT APPLICATION)
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY- DRIVING RECORDS REQUEST- OPTION 3A
MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE- Must submit 3 days prior to scheduled hearing
*A PHONE CALL DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A COURT APPEARANCE