Court Payment Options
Court Payment Options
Your citation payment may be paid in person, paid online or mailed to:
North Richland Hills Municipal Court
4301 City Point Drive
North Richland Hills, TX 76180
For your convenience, a drop box is also available 24-hours a day in our parking lot at 4301 City Point Drive.
Drop Box Location
If you choose to mail remittance of a fine or to use the drop box, please include a copy of the citation for identification purposes and a plea form.
Payments for most citations can be accepted in the form of cash, check, money order, and debit or credit cards. We accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express credit cards. Checks will not be accepted as payment for citations in warrant status.
The North Richland Hills Municipal Court is not able to accept more than $10.00 in coins or over $100.00 in $1 bills for payments. The city does not have money counters to count and verify any amounts of coins larger than the $10.00 or $1.00 bills accounting for more than $100.00. Any customers with amounts larger than $10.00 in coins or $100.00 in $1.00 bills will need to take the currency to their bank and exchange for a paper currency, money order, or cashier’s check.
Extensions & Continuances
Continuances or extensions cannot be authorized by a clerk. You must see the judge in person prior to the due date or scheduled court date to request extensions or continuances. The judge may require a bond be posted for continuances or extensions on court dates.
Alternative methods of payment are available to individuals who are declared Indigent. The Indigency Program applies to individuals who are living below 125% of the federal poverty level, defined annually by the United States Department of Health and Human Services.
You may request an Indigency Hearing in person. You will be required to complete and submit a Financial Affidavit along with supporting documentation on the date of your scheduled hearing. Examples of supporting documentation: Federal Income Tax Returns, Statement of Wages, and any Government Assistance such as Food Stamps, WIC, and Medicaid.
For questions or more information, please contact the Municipal Court at 817-427-6700.