Municipal Court

Municipal Court Virtual Hearing

You may schedule or reschedule an existing court date to a Virtual Hearing due to COVID-19 concerns. Please contact the Saginaw Municipal Court to let them know and you will be scheduled on a Virtual Hearing Docket.  Please contact the Municipal Court at  817-232-4640, then select option 5 for Municipal Court to request a Virtual Hearing. You may also request a virtual Hearing in person at: 333 W. McLeroy Blvd, Saginaw, TX 76179 during normal business hours: Monday – Thursday 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM and Friday 7:30 AM – 11:30 AM.

Upcoming Dockets

Do you have a class C outstanding warrant and you want to setup a payment plan?

At any time you may appear at the City of Saginaw Municipal Court located at 333 W. McLeroy Blvd, Saginaw, TX 76179 during our business hours and you may establish a payment plan for your “Arrest Warrants” with NO money down and that will clear your arrest status. You may ONLY establish a payment plan for your “Capias Pro-Fine Warrants” by paying 25% of the total amount owed or $500, whichever is the lesser amount of the two, then your arrest status will be cleared.

If at any time you become unable to pay due to unexpected financial circumstances and your payment plan arrangement with the court has become a hardship to you, please notify the court in-person or in writing immediately. Once the court is notified the court will provide you with a referral to the Judge for Judicial review of your current situation to discuss other ways to discharge the fine and cost.

Alternatives to Full Payment of Fine or Cost

If you have been assessed a fine and court cost due to a citation and you are unable to pay: You are required to notify the court immediately, so that you can bring this matter to the attention of the Judge to review on a Judicial Hearing that is required for the Judge to discuss alternative ways to discharge your fine and court cost that has been assessed by the court.


The Municipal Court has original and exclusive jurisdiction over violations of city ordinances within the city limits and has concurrent jurisdiction with justice of the peace courts over Class C misdemeanor criminal cases where the punishment, upon conviction, is by fine only (a maximum of $500). By authorization of the governing body of the city, ordinances relating to fire safety, zoning, public health, and sanitation are subject to a fine only (a maximum of $2,000). This court does not have jurisdiction in most civil cases but does have limited civil jurisdiction in cases that involve owners of dangerous dogs.