Municipal Court


Honorable David Moore - Presiding Judge


Court dockets are posted and updated each month.

Occasionally the court closes for staff training and holiday closures. Updates on closures will be posted to the website.

You may also contact the court at 972-347-3020 if you have questions regarding the operation schedule.

Juvenile Cases

Defendants under the age of 17 are required to appear in court before the Municipal Court Judge with a parent and/or legal guardian. These type cases are not published on the website and are not posted on current dockets. If you have questions regarding juvenile cases, please contact the court at 972-347-3020.

If You Have Received a Citation

The date on the citation is not a court date, it is an answer date. This means that on or before that date, you must select an eligible option to handle your citation. Options include but are not limited to setting your case for an appearance before the municipal court judge (court hearing). Some violations may require that you see the judge and some violations may not be eligible for all options. If you have a question about which option you are eligible for, contact us at 972-347-3020.

Please see the following options:

Request a Hearing (E-Filing)

The links listed will allow you to request a hearing using e-file for a preliminary, warrant, or code enforcement hearing.

If you are requesting a code enforcement or warrant hearing, your hearing date and time is only allowed to be in person.

You should be prepared to present your actual drivers license and a printed copy of your proof of insurance to the Judge if required for any type of hearing or if you are going to request to take a driver safety course.

Select which kind of hearing you are requesting to access the electronic form for filing your request.

  • Court Hearing - Preliminary
    This is a Hearing that requires you to appear In Person - your court date and time notification will be sent to the mailing address you provide on your request
  • Warrant Hearing
    If you have an arrest warrant and would like to see the Municipal Court Judge, you may use this link to request a hearing. You will be required to appear In Person for your hearing - your court date and time notification will be sent to the mailing address you provide on your request. You may contact the court within 5 business days after submitting your request to get information over the phone regarding your setting: 972-347-3020.
    View Current Warrant List.
  • Code Enforcement Hearing
    If you wish to enter a not-guilty plea for a code violation, you will have to request a court date. You may request a court date by clicking the link above, by coming to the court office in person or submitting a request in writing to the court's mailing address. Any request for a court date made online or by mail will have a response sent by mail to the address you provide at the time of your request. You may contact the court within 5 business days after submitting your request to get information over the phone regarding your setting: 972-347-3020.

You will receive a reply to your hearing request within 5 to 10 business days. It is your responsibility to ensure that your contact information is correct on the e-file form. If you have not received a reply from the court within that time, please contact us at 972-347-3020.

All hearing requests can also be made in-person at the Court Office.

Please remember that you may be required to present your driver's license to the judge during any type of hearing. If your violation is traffic-related you may also be required to present proof of insurance. Failure to present either of these items may cause a delay in your proceeding or a denial for a requested option.

Request Deferred Disposition or Driver Safety Course

Requests for Deferred Disposition or Driver Safety Course may only be submitted to the court in person or by mail. Please feel free to download and complete the following forms for your selected option. Please read all instructions carefully.

Pay Citation in Full

Paying your citation in full without setting a hearing or selecting an eligible option means that you waive your right to a hearing and have elected to have your case closed. This may also result in the violation being reported to the Department of Public Safety, effecting your driving record and possibly your insurance. Please contact the court clerk if you have questions and to verify your payment amount due.

There are four ways to pay:

  • Online
    Using cash, your personal check, cashiers check, money order, credit or debit card (a 2.19% processing fee will be charged using either card type)
  • By Mail
    • Send to: P.O. Box 307
      Prosper, TX 75078
    • Using your personal check, cashiers check or money order
    • Make checks or money order payable to Town of Prosper
    • The court will not accept third-party checks or company checks
  • In Person
    • At 250 W First Street
      Prosper, TX 75078
    • Using cash, your personal check, cashiers check, money order, credit or debit card (a 2.19% processing fee will be charged using either card type)

Compliance Dismissal

If you have been charged with one of the violations on the following list, you may be eligible to request a dismissal. You must submit proof of compliance along with the Compliance Dismissal Form and any fee that maybe required. Form and payment may be submitted by mail or you may come in person to submit your compliance proof. If you wish to submit by mail, please select the appropriate link below:

Attorney Document Submittals

The portal and bond form links listed here are for Attorney use only. Attorneys may submit documents to the court by using either the portal below or by fax. If you are an attorney and need the court's fax number, please call the court office at 972-347-3020

Attorney Document Submittal Portal

Attorney Bond Form (PDF)