Payment Options

You have several options (if applicable) to take care of your citation, which include:

Some of these options can be handled online, by phone, by mail, or in person.

Notice Regarding Credit & Debit Card Payments

Effective Monday, November 2, all credit and debit card payments made to the City of Coppell will be subject to a processing fee of 2.95% with a $2 minimum. Customers will see the processing fee shown as a separate charge on their credit or debit card statement.

  1. Online
  2. By Phone
  3. By Mail
  4. In Person

Pay in Full Online

If you would like to pay your citation in full, you can do so online by using the Coppell Municipal Court Web Payment System. Please note that if you have a pop-up blocking software on your browser, you must disable it temporarily to open the link.

In order to pay online you will need the following information:

  • Citation Number
  • Credit Card Information
  • Date of Birth
  • Driver's License Number


  • You cannot use this service if you are seeking a dismissal. You must appear in court.
  • You will not be able to use this service to pay a fine for any citation issued to a juvenile. A juvenile is a defendant who was younger than 17 years of age at the time the citation was issued.
  • You will not be able to use this service to pay a fine for any alcohol (under age 21) or tobacco citations.
  • You cannot use this service to post a cash bond.

Service fees apply to all credit card payments, in person, online, and over the phone; fees will vary on the amount of the payment.

Please be aware that if you pay your citation online, a final conviction will be entered on your case.


The City of Coppell and the Coppell Municipal Court Number 1 make no guarantees, promises, or warranties regarding the accuracy of information provided on the payment site.

There is no guarantee that the online payment service will show all unpaid tickets.

Use of this service to submit payment constitutes acknowledgement that the City of Coppell and the processor of the electronic payments assume no responsibility for data entered by the service users.