Municipal Court

COVID-19 Municipal Court Update

Due to COVID-19 and the encouragement for "social distancing," all court hearings and appearance dates are postponed at this time.


All defendants will receive a letter in the mail with their new court date or appearance date within 30 days after Governor Abbott lifts the State of Disaster.

The Bridgeport Municipal Court is a non-court of record and is the Judicial Branch of city government. The court conducts adult and teen court hearings and is dedicated to providing to all citizens, other departments, and entities a fair, independent, and impartial forum for handling fine-only cases arising within the city limits of Bridgeport.

The Municipal Court follows the procedures set forth under Texas Law and provides all persons the right to trial by judge or jury. Although every person has the right to be represented by an attorney, most citizens who appear in the Municipal Court represent themselves.

Payment Information- During This Time!

If you are on a payment plan you can make a payment either online www.cityofbridgeport.net

and go to online payments. 


-You can also put a cashier’s check, money order or cash in the drop box on the Southside of the building.


-If you have an Extension you can pay one of the above ways.


-If you are on a deferral you may pay your fee in the drop box on the Southside of the building with money order or cashier’s check.


***If you are unable to pay with any of the means above during this State of Disaster period your case will be reviewed when lifted and you will be contacted via mail.***


-If you are needing to turn in any paperwork you may mail them in or drop it in the drop box.

Contact Us

If you are needing to get in to contact with someone in the court you can do that by email Court@CityofBridgeport.net or by phone (940)683-3420.


You can also mail a letter with questions or payment to 900 Thompson St, Bridgeport 76426