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McKinney Municipal Court
The McKinney Municipal Court is responsible for the adjudication of Class C misdemeanor violations of local, state and federal laws punishable by fine only; other sanctions may be included for certain offenses. This includes traffic, state law, city ordinance, parking and certain civil violations. The court conducts preliminary and pretrial hearings and trials, collects fines and court costs and issues warrants of arrest and search.

All cases are heard at 130 South Chestnut Street in the Municipal Court building. The law requires that you make an appearance either in person or by mail.

If you were issued a citation, you have 20 working days from the date the citation was issued to enter a plea, pay your fine and costs or set a court date. If you have been released on a bond, you must appear according to the terms of your bond; failure to do so may result in a bond forfeiture lawsuit being filed against you and a warrant being issued for your arrest.

Payment is expected at time of assessment.

  • To provide timely, impartial and accurate processing of complaints and violations filed with the City of McKinney Municipal Court
  • To courteously respond to requests for information from the public
  • To perform responsible collection of assessed fines and fees and efficient docketing of cases for adjudication

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Municipal Court

130 S. Chestnut St.
McKinney, TX 75069

Ph 972-547-7676
Fax 972-547-7686

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