Wayne Lambert, Director
305 N. O'Connor Road
Irving, Texas 75061
T: (972) 721-2451
F: (972) 721-2383
Pay Citations or Inquire Online, or pay citations by phone at (972) 721-3773 and select message 560.
As of July 1, 2009, all payment plans will increase from $80 to $100 per month.
Parking tickets cannot be paid online or by phone, but by mail or in person only.
A fine is punishment and the court has an expectation that all fines and court costs will be paid at the time of sentencing.
Una multa es un castigo y la corte espera que todas las multas y costos de la corte sean pagados en el momento de la sentencia.
The Irving Municipal Court is located in the Criminal Justice Center at 305 N. O'Connor Road between Pioneer Drive and Rock Island Road. It is located two miles south of Airport Freeway (State Highway 183). The Court is open for business from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays.
Returned/canceled ("bounced") checks are handled at the Dallas County level by the Justices of the Peace .
The court telephone numbers, during normal business hours, are as follows:
- Main Line, (972) 721-2451
- Warrant Division, (972) 721-2671
- Teen Court, (972) 721-3601
Municipal Court mailing address:
Irving Municipal Court
P.O. Box 152288
Irving, Texas 75015-2288
Notice: Failure to handle your citation in a timely manner may result in the issuance of a warrant, denial of vehicle registration and submission of your case(s) to a collection agency where additional fees will be added.
The City of Irving has entered into an agreement with Dallas County relating to the denial of motor vehicle registration as authorized under the Texas Transportation Code.
If you have warrants/fines that are outstanding, a block will be placed on your record preventing vehicle registration with the Dallas County Tax Assessor’s Office. Vehicle registration will not be allowed until there is a final disposition on all outstanding warrants/fines.
Irving Municipal Court will send the Dallas County Tax Assessor’s Office a list of individuals with outstanding warrants/fines. The Tax Assessor’s Office will match these records with the Texas Department of Transportation vehicle database and put a Scofflaw flag on matching records. This will prevent registration of the vehicle until the final disposition of all outstanding warrants/fines has occurred. Flagged records also will appear on the Dallas County Wanted Website at http://www.dallascounty.org/dcwantedsearch/
. These records are accessible to the public.
Procedure for Removing Scofflaw Block
The only option for removal of the registration block at the Tax Assessor’s Office is the final disposition of all outstanding warrants/fines. Final disposition includes payment in full or completion of any court imposed program or option.
The Tax Assessor’s Office does not have access to Municipal Court records and cannot advise on matters related to the status of court case(s), other than that a block has been put on the registration of a vehicle.
Inquiries regarding the block on registrations or status of court case(s) must be directed to the Irving Municipal Court. The court may be contacted at (972) 721-2451, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Once all outstanding warrants/fines have been updated with a final disposition, the Court will provide a clearance letter for individuals to take to the Tax Assessor’s Office and the block will be removed allowing registration of the vehicle.