• Cash
  • Credit or Debit Card, at Court Window or Online.  We do not accept payments over the phone. (3% Convenience Fee will be added, other fees may apply)
  • Cashier’s Check or Money Order (For Exact Amount) at Court window, by mail, or by dropbox
  • Personal Check at Court window, by mail, or by dropbox
    • Please make all Cashier’s Checks, Money Orders, or Personal Checks out to "City of Pilot Point" and contact the Court before paying for the correct amount.


If you are unable to pay your fine in full, you may request a Payment Plan to pay the balance of your fine and court costs out over a set period of time. You must come in person to the court window during business hours with a government issued ID and complete all necessary paperwork (Plea Sheet and Payment Plan Application).  Payment Plans can be set up with payments due Weekly, Bi-Weekly, Semi-Monthly, or Monthly and the Clerk will speak with you about how long you have to pay the balance in full.  Please note that if you require more than 30 days to pay the balance in full, the state requires that a time payment fee be added to your balance.  The Clerk will let you know if your payment schedule will result in a time payment fee being added to your case and how much that fee will be. 

Due to the time involved in completing the paperwork and setting up your payment plan, the Court requests that you arrive no later than 4:30pm.

*Please contact the Court by phone at 940-686-4707 or by email at [email protected] if you are unable to come in person to make payment arrangements.  We may be able to provide you the required documents by mail or email.


If you are not able to pay your fine in full or by paying in installments, alternative options may be available to you .  Please contact the court.


Click here to pay your fine online.


Original Warrant

If you have not entered a plea on your case, you may have options available to resolve the warrant If you are not able to pay in full, such as a payment plan or court date to speak to the City Prosecutor or Presiding Judge

Capias Pro Fine

If you have already entered a plea on your case or defaulted on a payment plan, you may have a Capias Pro Fine Warrant.  If you are not able to pay the fine in full, you may be eligible for a court date to speak to the Presiding Judge about what options are available to you now.

If you believe you have a warrant issued by the City of Pilot Point Municipal Court, please contact us during business hours to find out what your options are for resolving the warrant.