Red Oak Municipal Court
PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU PAY A WARRANT ONLINE AFTER BUSINESS HOURS, WEEKENDS OR DURING A HOLIDAY, YOUR WARRANT(S) REMAINS ACTIVE AND YOU REMAIN SUBJECT TO ARREST UNTIL THE PAYMENT IS POSTED WHEN THE COURT OPENS.
Appear in person at 101 Live Oak, Red Oak, Texas 75154 to pay outstanding warrants, pay online at https://www.municipalonlinepayments.com/redoaktx or pay by mail.
If you mail payment, your warrant(s) will remain active and you remain subject to arrest until payment is received and posted by the court. Call to confirm payment. Personal checks will not be accepted.
To discuss your warrant(s) with the City Marshal, please call 469-218-7709.
Citations received from the Red Oak Police Department can be viewed the following business day after the day the citation was received. Citation information will not be available to the court on the day you received your citation.
For information on driving safety, deferred disposition, payment plans, or dismissals, please view the subtitle on the left of this page.
ONLINE PAYMENT INFORMATION
Viewing of your citation and online payment can be made by clicking this link, https://www.municipalonlinepayments.com/redoaktx. Partial payments are not accepted online. Payments online must be for the full amount due on the citation.
Hours, Location & Phone Numbers
The Red Oak Municipal Court is located at 101 Live Oak, in the same facility as the Ellis County Tax Office. The Court office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays.
The Court telephone numbers are:
Municipal Court (469) 218-7700 or (469) 218-7701
City Marshal 469-218-7709
The mailing address is:
Red Oak Municipal Court
101 Live Oak
Red Oak, Texas 75154
During the Coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic,those needing to make an appearance before the Judge can do so through VIDEO-CONFERENCING by going to https://zoom.us/join, click JOIN a Meeting, and type in MEETING ID 582-661-129
For Defendants and Attorneys: To file for a new trial, please click the link below:
MOTION AND ORDER FOR NEW TRIAL
It is the responsibility of the Judge of the Municipal Court to rule upon complaints brought before it by law enforcement officers and private citizens. These complaints arise out of matters which have occurred within the territorial confines of the city. The complaints are prosecuted on behalf of the State of Texas by the city prosecutor and involve matters such as violations of motor vehicle and traffic laws, municipal ordinances, assaults, drug offenses, thefts, harassment, animal control, code enforcement, and school related offenses.