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Traffic Tickets


The Municipal Court is located at 401 South Frio, San Antonio, Texas 78207 and is operated Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:30pm. Please be aware that due to Municipal Court policy, no personal information regarding your citation will be provided by phone nor can we handle your case over the phone. Information is provided through an automated system at (210) 207-8970.

For general questions, you may email the Municipal Court at Please wait 7 business days for your ticket to upload into the system.

The following information is only for citations issued by a City of San Antonio Police Officer.

Ticket Payment Options:

  • Online
  • In Person: Municipal Court- 401 South Frio, San Antonio, Texas 78207; Cashiers are available Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm. A 24 hour drop box is available. Please do not deposit cash or temporary checks.  The Magistrate Office is available 24 hours.
  • By Mail: City of San Antonio Municipal Court Office of the Presiding Judge 401 S. Frio St. San Antonio, TX 78207-4432. Please make sure to write your ticket number on check or money order, and sign the ticket. Temporary checks are not accepted. It is recommended that the Court receive your correspondence at least 5 days before your court date.

If arrangements have been made in court anyone can pay or inquire about a ticket. If no arrangements are made, the individual that was cited must appear to make payment.

More about Traffic Tickets.

SAWS Water Cases: If you wish to contest your case, you must appear in person on your court date. If you wish to resolve your case, please remit payment to the court.

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