3418 Memorial Drive
Beverly Hills, TX 76711
Phone: - (254) 752-2584 ext. 2
8 A.M to 5 P.M Monday - Friday
Our mission is to provide a neutral, courteous, and fair forum for the trial of all Class C misdemeanor offenses arising under Texas civil and criminal statutes and city ordinances. The judge of this Court is appointed by the City Council of the City of Beverly Hills to preserve, protect, and defend the United States Constitution, the Texas Constitution and the laws of the State of Texas.
This Court and its officers are dedicated to the principals of impartiality, fairness, integrity, separation of powers, and judicial independence.
The Court Clerk's office is responsible for processing the clerical work of the court, setting trial dockets, collecting court fines and fees, maintaining court records, and performing administrative duties delegated by the Judge.
The court is staffed by a court administrator and a deputy clerk. Clerks are not licensed attorneys and cannot provide legal advice.
The Municipal Court has jurisdiction over all Class C Misdemeanors issued by City police and animal control officers within the territorial limits of the City of Beverly Hills.
Tuesday, January 1st - New Year's Day
Friday, March 29th - Good Friday
Monday, May 27th - Memorial Day
Thursday, July 4th - Independence Day
Monday, September 2nd - Labor Day
Thursday & Friday, November 28th & 29th - Thanksgiving
Tuesday & Wednesday, December 24th & 25th - Christmas
We have a drop box located on our front counter for any documents or non-cash payments. We accept cash, money orders, cashier's checks, personal checks, or credit cards (VISA, DISCOVER & MASTERCARD ONLY). PLEASE DO NOT SEND CASH IN THE MAIL OR DROP CASH IN OUR DROP BOX.
To pay by credit card, either appear in person or you may call (254) 752-2584 ext 2. There is a service charge of $3.50 per transaction to process a credit or debit card. You must have your citation number or case number readily available for credit card processing.
Make checks, money orders, and cashier's checks payable to: The City of Beverly Hills.
NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE BEEN ISSUED CITATIONS:
The Municipal Court cannot process your citation until the original citation has been received by the court, which usually takes one business day from the time the citation is issued. You must plea or appear within ten business days. If you fail to appear or plea within that time, a warrant is issued for your arrest for Failure to Appear. (All juveniles or recipients of any alcohol related offenses are required to plea before the Judge in open-court and cannot plea by mail.) Once a warrant is activated, the Beverly Hills Department of Public Safety or any other law enforcement agency may arrest you.
Expect to pay full fines at time of entering your plea.