Do You Have Warrants?

Having a warrant in the City of Venus could result in your arrest. Not paying those citations could also impact your ability to renew your driver’s license. To take care of your outstanding citations, come into Venus City Hall at 700 West US Highway 67 or follow the payment options listed below. The Court is willing to work with you to make a disposition of your citations. Failure to act will have consequences.

You may search your name through our online payment system to see all open cases in Venus Municipal Court under your name.

Here is how to clear an outstanding warrant:

  • Fines may be paid in person (cash, check, money order or credit card) at the Venus Municipal Court, located at 700 West US Highway 67 in Venus
    • Lobby Hours - Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  • Contact the Court by phone at (972) 366-3348 extention 202.
  • Fines may be mailed to the Municipal Court: P.O. Box 380, Venus, TX 76084. The court accepts checks or money orders payable to the City of Venus and the fine must be paid in full for your warrants to be cleared.
  • Fines may be paid by credit card online. Payment must be made in full. There will be an additional service fee for this payment option.
  • Fines may be paid by credit card by phone if a plea has been entered on the citation. You may call the Venus Municipal Court at 972-366-3348 ext 202.

Alternative Options

If you are convicted of an offense and are unable to pay the fine and court costs, you may have the court assess your ability to pay and the court may provide alternatives to full payment in satisfying the judgement.  

About Warrants

For “Class C Misdemeanor” offenses the initial punishment assessed is “fine only” and does not include jail time. Generally a fine is assessed by a Judge or you may be given the option of Driving Safety Course or Deferred Disposition when you make arrangements for your citation. However, when you sign the citation issued by the Police officer, you promise to appear in court. You may be arrested if you do not voluntarily come to court as you have promised. In addition, YOU MAY BE ARRESTED if you do not pay the fine assessed by the Court, which you promised to pay.