- Feature Links
- Online Payments
Paying Your Utility Bill Online
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Please have available your email address, utility account number, and amount of last payment. There is a $3.00 convenience fee per transaction.
Paying Your Municipal Court Fines/Fees Online
By paying my citation online, I hereby: (1) enter a plea of no contest, waive my right to presentation of a Complaint and waive my right to a jury trial; and (2) acknowledge that pursuant to Art. 39.14 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, I have certain rights to view documents or information pertaining to my criminal case and I hereby decline to review such information and request that the Court accept my plea and enter Judgment accordingly.
Please have available your drivers license number, birthdate, and citation number. Note: There is a $5.00 convenience fee for transactions up to $100.00 or a 5% convenience fee per transaction with amounts greater than $100.00.
Incidents Not Payable Online
This system will not accept payments for the following:
- For partial payments or payments of administrative fees for court programs such as Defensive Driving, Deferred Disposition, or Teen Court.
- Dismissal fees.
- Violations issued to juveniles (age 16 or younger) - State law requires that juveniles make a personal appearance with a parent or legal guardian before the judge.
- Violations issued to minors charged with alcohol or tobacco related offenses
This system will not accept payments if your cases are in warrant status. If you wish to clear your outstanding warrant by payment online, you must contact the court at 972 874-3370.
Note: Please be advised that voluntary online payment will result in a conviction and will be reported to the Texas Department of Public Safety. Payment will forfeit any right to request a driving safety class or deferred disposition for possible dismissal of your citation.
Paying Your Alarm Permit Registration Online
On October 4, 2010 the Town of Flower Mound approved an alarm revised ordinance that became effective on January 1, 2011. Ordinance Chapter 90, established requirements for business and residential monitored burglar alarms. To prevent unnecessary emergency response to false alarms, the alarm ordinance was adopted to reduce the number of false alarms and encourage alarm users to maintain the mechanical reliability of and to properly use their alarm equipment. Flower Mound has contracted with Alarm Tracking and Billing Services (ATB Services) of Colorado Springs, Colorado to administer the False Alarm Reduction Program.