Municipal Court

Functions & Services

Flower Mound's Municipal Court interprets and adjudicates applicable state laws, and supports the local community by providing efficient and effective services through the promotion of justice.

The court serves the citizens of Flower Mound in an accountable, efficient, and independent manner. In addition to providing fair and equal access to all citizens, the court also strives to facilitate the timely disposition of cases with prompt and courteous service.

Note: The email address can be used for questions. To request or reschedule a court date please click on the link to the left.


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Please read the following important messages:

  • All individuals entering the court building will be required to wear a facial covering.
  • Individuals over age 65; individuals with serious underlying health conditions, such as high blood pressure, chronic lung disease, diabetes, obesity, asthma; and individuals whose immune systems are compromised such as by chemotherapy for cancer or other conditions requiring such therapy are deemed by the Court to be “Vulnerable Individuals.” All Vulnerable Individuals may enter a plea or appear for any hearing—other than an evidentiary hearing or trial—by mail. If a Vulnerable Individual must appear in person by statute, ordinance or otherwise, the Vulnerable Individual will be allowed to either remain in their vehicle or in a private waiting room adjacent to the Courtroom until such time the Vulnerable Individual must appear in the Courtroom. If the Vulnerable Individual cannot safely appear before the Court in person or wishes not to appear in person, the Vulnerable Individual will be allowed to elect to either: (1) appear electronically before the Court; or (2) postpose the matter before the Court until the earlier of: the individual no longer being classified as a Vulnerable Individual or the State of Texas terminates all Emergency Orders regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.