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The Blue Mound Municipal Court is the Judicial Branch of city government and is operated under City Hall.

The Blue Mound Municipal Court is organized into two divisions, the Judiciary and Administration. The function of the Judiciary is to conduct business separate and independent of the other two branches of government, and to providing fair and impartial justice to the citizens of Blue Mound.

 

The duty of the Administration division is to support the Judiciary by assisting the public with experience and patience and by managing court operations proficiently.

Nothing contained within this website is intended to be interpreted as legal advice.

BLUE MOUND MUNICIPAL COURT OF RECORD

301 S. Blue Mound Rd.

Blue Mound, TX 76131 

817-232-7097

Email: court@bluemoundtexas.us

Hours

Monday to Friday 

7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

PRESIDING JUDGE 

J. Stewart Bass

Municipal Court Judge

COURT STAFF

Chassidy Mead

Municipal Court Administrator

CCCI 

Melissa Sanchez

Court Clerk

Se habla español 

Court Dockets
 

ALL COURT DOCKETS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!

OCTOBER 22ND- DOCKET FULL

*MASK ARE MANDATORY*

If you have any questions, please send an email with your name, citation number, and we will respond to your email within 24 hours.

*Please be aware that the Court customer service window is CLOSED FOR THE DAY during dockets and phones/emails are NOT answered by Court Staff*

To view citation options or pay online, please click the link below: 

https://www.municipalonlinepayments.com/bluemoundtx

To make phone payment: 

866-327-2015

Must have citation number available to use this option. 

Available in English & Spanish 

 

    Court Dress Code

  • No hats, caps, bandanas, etc. (excluding religious head wear)

  • No tube tops, tank tops, halters, midriffs, muscle shirts, or short shorts. No flip flops allowed.

  • Any item of clothing that displays offensive, vulgar, racist, sexist, gang related, obscene language and/or graphics is prohibited.

  • Clothing must cover all undergarments.

  • No provocative/revealing clothing that may disrupt/distract court proceedings.

  • The Court reserves the right to refuse to hear any case from those who fail to abide by the dress code. 

All electronic devices must be turned off while court is in session.