Fines

Window Fines

View the window fines of the 100 most common violations (PDF) filed in the Court. Window fines include all the applicable court costs. Some common window fines may also be found via the Deferred Disposition (PDF).

To Pay Your Fine

The Municipal Court can accept payment of your fine(s) in person, by mail, or by phone credit card payment. Online payment is not available at this time pending software upgrade. Payment made in person may be made between the hours of 7:45 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. on Monday through Friday excluding holidays. Cash (exact amount preferred), check, money order and all major credit or debit cards are accepted. There is a 4% convenience charge added to all credit or debit card transactions. Should you desire to pay your fine by mail, please utilize the waiver of jury trial form and plea of guilty document (PDF) or on the bottom of your ticket and mail it together with your payment to:
Pasadena Municipal Court
P.O. Box 1575
Pasadena, TX 77501-1575

Payment of a fine will result in a report of conviction to the Department of Public Safety for inclusion on your driving record. If you do not want the matter included on your driving record, you should consider either a request for Deferred Disposition or Driving Safety Course.

Notice

If you are found guilty of an offense or offenses charged in this citation and do not have sufficient resources or income to immediately pay all or part of the fines and costs, the Court shall determine whether the fines and costs should be:

  • Paid at some later date or in specified portions at designated intervals
  • Discharged by performing community service
  • Waived in full or in part
  • Satisfied through a combination of the foregoing methods

The Court may refer your case(s) to its collection office for review of your income and expenses. You should come to court prepared to supply the name, address, and phone number of two references who are not members of your household as well as documentation to support your income, expenses and available resources such as bank balances.