300 Country Club Rd.
Wylie, TX 75098
Monday - Friday; 8 am - 5 pm
Fax: 972-516-6143 (please send all faxes Attention: Municipal Court)
TEEN COURT ATTORNEY APPLICATION DUE DATE EXTENDED TO APRIL 21, 2017
MUNICIPAL COURT OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 2017, FOR TRAINING. IF YOUR DUE DATE FALLS ON THIS DAY, YOU WILL HAVE UNTIL MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017, TO HANDLE YOUR CITATION.
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Note: Municipal Court cases may not be handled over the phone or by email.
For the Justice of the Peace Court Precinct 2 please visit their web site at www.collincountytx.gov/justices_peace/jp2 for information on their new location. The Wylie Municipal Court does not handle anything related to cases or filings with the JP Precinct 2 court.
- 24-hour drop box located at the entrance into the City Hall building labeled Utility Billing. Please place all payments and/or paperwork in an envelope labeled for Municipal Court.
- In Person forms of payment accepted are cash, check, money order, Visa, Discover and Mastercard.
- By Phone, if you have previously entered a plea on a case and judgment was entered you may be able to pay with a credit card.
- Online, for eligibility see see Pay Online.
Effective March 22, 2017, the Wylie Municipal Court will no longer accept payments by coin valued at more than $5.00.
City Ordinance 2017-10 Wylie Comprehensive Fee Schedule Section XIII. Payments by Cash, states “Cash payments of fees, deposits, fines and other assessments imposed by the City under this comprehensive Fee Schedule or otherwise may be limited to no more than five dollars ($5.00) in coinage.”
Municipal Courts are the judicial branch of city government. In addition, the Municipal Court is part of the state judicial system. Municipal Courts hear Class C Misdemeanor cases, including traffic violations, city ordinance violations and other non-traffic violations, which are punishable by fine only. The goal of the Wylie Municipal Court is to help you fully understand court proceedings and inform you of your rights and duties as a defendant so that you may be assured a fair and impartial trial.