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Municipal Court

Municipal Court Services
Warrants & Bonds

An Alias Warrant is when the Defendant fails to make an appearance.

Capias Warrant is when the Defendant has a guilty judgment and fails to follow the court order.

In most cases, when a warrant for arrest is necessary, a notice may be sent to you at the address shown on your ticket. This notice outlines the violations charged against you and fines associated with them.

A warrant can be issued for your arrest when you:

· Do not appear for your court date printed on your citation

· Do not pay a fine assessed by the municipal court judge

· Do not complete the Driving Safety Course requirements and do not appear to show cause

· Do not comply with the terms of your probation and the probation is revoked

· Default on payment arrangements

· Fail to comply with a community service order

*If it is necessary to issue an arrest warrant, a $50 warrant fee, and a $30 DPS entry fee will be added to your fine per violation.

To avoid the inconvenience and embarrassment of being arrested and taken to jail from your home or work, your options for handling a Warrant are:

1. Appear in person to post a cash bond


2. Click>>> Pay Online* to be redirected to our Municipal Court Payment Services.

If you have questions, or concerns about your warrant payment information, contact the City of Kirby Municipal Court Clerk,  Monday thru Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Excluding Holidays at (210) 661-3198

* All payments will include a 5% Processing Fee and a $2.50 Online Payment Fee. To start online payments click the link above to make payment in full. To start partial online payments you must come in person and set-up a payment plan.

In order to make an online payment, you must have an active email address.

Three options to find and pay your court fee:

  1. Enter your citation number and date of birth
  2. Enter your driver’s license, driver’s license state, and date of birth
  3. Enter your first name, last name, and date of birth

After choosing one of these options, you are ready to pay your court fee. Click on the small box on the right hand side next to the amount due. After clicking the box, click continue. In the next screen you will be able to enter your credit card number to pay your fee, hit continue. Next screen will ask for your CVC number (3 digit number on the back of your credit card) while confirming credit card information. After completion of this screen, you will hit “submit” to submit your online court payment.

Post a warrant payment

To Post a payment using cash, money order,or credit card (no personal Checks accepted) you must appear in person at the Kirby Court and Municipal Building located at.

Kirby Municipal Court 
112 Bauman St, Kirby, Texas 78219

If you have questions, or concerns about your warrant payment information, contact the City of Kirby Municipal Court Clerk,  Monday thru Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Excluding Holidays at (210) 661-3198

Cash payments can also be processed at the Kirby Police Department 24 hours daily, 7 days a week including holidays for Arrested Defendants Only at the listed location below by calling Dispatch (210) 661-8515:

Kirby Police Department

4130 Ackerman Rd,

Kirby, Texas      78219

Warrant Officer

A law enforcement officer who maintains order and law in the courtroom. When court is in session, the officer follows the direction of the judge. These directions can include collecting court documents, presenting court documents, reviewing reports, verification of insurance and verification of compliance violations.

When the officer isn't performing duties for the judge, he/she keeps an eye over the proceedings to make sure everything goes smoothly. This includes protecting judges, witnesses, jury members, lawyers and others present in the courtroom.

This officer also takes care of prisoner transportation, prisoner arraignments, and works closely with municipal court to serve court subpoenas.

As the warrant officer, performs duties to locate and apprehend offenders who have active warrants for their arrest.  This also includes assisting in coordinating and facilitating the participation in the State Wide Warrant Roundup. To contact the Municipal Court Warrant Officer (210) 547-3560

Municipal Court warrant officer publicly posts active warrants on this website.