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ENTER A NOT GUILTY PLEA BY MAIL: 

Fill out the bottom portion of your citation, and mail it to the Municipal Court.


ENTER A NOT GUILTY PLEA IN PERSON:

Come to the Municipal Court office at 3800 University Blvd., University Park, Texas 75205. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.


ENTER A GUILTY PLEA:  

You may remit the fine online, by mail, or in person.  To pay online CLICK HERE.  You can mail your payment to the Municipal Court using a check, cashier's check, or money-order.  DO NOT MAIL CASH.  Make payment payable to: City of University Park.

You have 14 days from the date of the violation to enter a not guilty plea, or pay the fine.  Failure to resolve the violation within the allotted time will automatically increase the fine amount.
 

Remit fine or not guilty plea to:
University Park Municipal Court
3800 University Blvd.
University Park, Texas 75205
214-987-5331 
 

The fine amount includes $5 in state-mandated court cost for a school crossing guard program (article 102.014.C.C.P).

If you have outstanding parking violations, your vehicle may be impounded until the amount is paid.

Violations issued for Handicapped Parking can be resolved in person at the Court Clerk's counter by providing proof of your placard and driver license.
 

Violations for required Residential Parking Permits can be resolved at the Court Clerk's counter by applying for a permit with the Police Department and providing the Municipal Court with proof of that.  This does not apply to defendants with existing permits.