Emailed requests regarding your Cedar Park Municipal Court case should be submitted to the court's main submission box. Please note that if you correspond with the Court via email, all future correspondence and official notices from the Court will be delivered to you at the email address provided. Thank you for your assistance.
To administer timely justice with equality, fairness, and integrity, through the use of efficient case flow management practices and the responsible use of resources.
The City of Cedar Park Municipal Court recognizes the need to ensure the health and safety of everyone in the building. For more information, please view our Cedar Park Municipal Court's Health Protocol Plan (PDF), which complies with the Texas Supreme Court's Emergency Orders, as well as the Office of Court Administration's guidelines regarding COVID-19 for court operations.
If you are feverish, have a cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, or other symptoms of COVID-19, or have been in close contact with a person who is confirmed to have COVID-19, please do not enter the Municipal Court facility. Please call or email us.
Health & Safety Precautions
If you are in a vulnerable population due to age or an underlying health condition, please contact the court for alternatives to in-person appearance.
Consent to Search
Pursuant to Section 46.03 of the Texas Penal Code and Judicial Order of the Municipal Court of the City of Cedar Park, Texas, the possession of any firearm, illegal knife, club, or any prohibited weapon set forth in Section 46.05(a), Texas Penal Code, in the Municipal Court, any courtroom, or office utilized by the Municipal Court is strictly prohibited. Violations of this law can range up to a Third Degree Felony.
All persons who enter the Municipal Court, any courtroom or any office utilized by the Municipal Court of the City of Cedar Park are subject to search of their person and their belongings.
All persons who enter said premises consent to the search of their person and their belongings for prohibited weapons.
Unacceptable attire (for in-person and remote hearings) includes, but is not limited to:
- Shorts and cut-offs
- Muscle shirts, clothing with offensive, vulgar, racist, sexist, obscene, or suggestive words, slogans, depictions, or pictures, including grotesque creatures
- Clothing that is dirty, torn, or ragged
- Clothing that is too tight or too short
- For Remote Hearings: Please ensure the background is appropriate and that you are in a quiet environment
Conduct in the Courtroom
Pro se parties (individuals representing themselves without an attorney) should be prepared to present their cases in a proper manner. It is not the court's duty or responsibility to represent you, nor instruct you on court procedure, evidence, rules, or how to present and prove your case. If you are unprepared, unaware, and not knowledgeable as to presenting your case, you may lose your case.
- Be on time! The Judge will not see you if you arrive after the court session begins
- Do not argue with the court
- Address the court as "Judge" or "Your Honor"
- Address opposing parties, counsel, witnesses, and court officers as "Mr.", "Mrs.", "Miss", "Officer", etc. Do not use first names, except with children 14 years of age or younger
- Do not read newspapers, magazines, books, etc. in the courtroom during proceedings
- Do not talk at the same time as the court, opposing counsels, or witnesses
- Racist, sexist, obscene, or profane language or gestures are prohibited unless it is pertinent to a case and is elicited and quoting from facts in the case
- Do not enter and depart the courtroom excessively
- Do nothing to disturb or distract the court, counsels, witnesses, or other court personnel
- Children must not create a disturbance or be kept out of the courtroom
- Do not approach the Judge's bench without permission
- Do not rest arms or hands on the bench
- Rise when the Judge enters and remain standing until the Judge or bailiff announces "Be seated" or until the Judge is seated
- Rise when the Judge exits the courtroom
- No food or drinks are allowed in the courtroom