2300 Plantation Drive
Conroe, Texas 77303
Monday-Thursday 8am-6 pm
"STRIVING TO MAKE AN IMPACT"
***ATTENTION: DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER-
THE CITY OF CONROE MUNICIPAL COURT WAS CLOSED
TUESDAY, JANURAY 16TH & WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17TH.
IF YOU WERE SCHEDULED FOR A COURT APPEARANCE ON EITHER ONE OF THESE DAYS,
CONTACT THE COURT TO RESCHEDULE ASAP!
THANK YOU AND SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE!
The Conroe Municipal Court is dedicated to assisting the public with the Court process on handling class C misdemeanors that have been filed in our court. We will handle each case in a timely manner with the most efficient and courteous service possible.
Class C Misdemeanors are criminal cases that are handled through a Municipal or Justice of the Peace Court. Cases handled are mostly traffic related but our court handles non-traffic, City of Conroe ordinances and juvenile School violations that occur within the Conroe city limits. These cases are considered class C because with the conviction of each case there is a fine only (no jail time is assessed upon conviction).
PLEASE BE ADVISED: THE CONROE MUNICIPAL COURT NEW ADDRESS
2300 PLANTATION DRIVE CONROE, TX 77303 (*GPS IS NOT ACCURATE AT THIS TIME*)
ONLINE PAYMENTS AVAILABLE!
The online payment application is located on the City website under the "Online Services" link. We DO NOT have a pay by phone system and DO NOT accept credit cards at the clerk windows, but we do have a Jack Kiosk available right outside the Municipal Court entrance for customers to make credit card, check, money order or cash payments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For your convenience, the City accepts Visa, MasterCard, and Discover for credit card payments paid on the Jack Kiosk or at www.cityofconroe.org.
Please note that all credit card transactions made online or at the Jack Kiosk will be assessed a convenience fee. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact one of our friendly Deputy Clerks at 936-522-3380.
To assist the public in a courteous and professional manner.
To handle each case on an individual, fair, and equal basis.
To make sure that each case filed in our court is adjudicated in a prompt manner and without prejudice.
To have a positive impact on our juvenile cases.
Dr. Michael Davis, a retired chiropractor in Conroe, was elected the Conroe Municipal Judge in June of 2010.
Judge Davis and his wife, Janice, have lived in the Conroe area since 1969. He has always been active in civic work and has a strong interest in helping our youth.