Our Mission Statement
The mission of the Municipal Court is to provide the City of La Vernia with a fair, impartial, and speedy process pertaining to the laws of the State of Texas with professionalism and high integrity in customer service.

La Vernia Municipal Court

The La Vernia Municipal Court handles all Class C misdemeanors and city ordinance violations written by the La Vernia Police Department.

  • Lisa Flores 

    830-779-4541 x 2
    PO Box 225
    La Vernia, TX 78121


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Court Business hours are Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm 
  •  Court is one day a month at 9:00 a.m. and located inside the La Vernia City Hall Council Chambers at 102 E. Chihuahua St.
  • You may pay your citation prior to your court date. Please call the court to learn what you owe
  • The judge will only be available on the following court dates.
  • You must appear on the date that's stated on your citation.

Court Information

  • Please allow 3 business days for the court to receive and process your citation
  • Your appearance date is noted on your citation just above your signature. It states that you promise to appear on or before the specified date.
  • Please note the clerk can handle transactions prior to your court date, however, if you wish to see the Judge, he will be available once per month on the specified court date.
  • The Municipal Court does not provide legal advice

Methods of Payment

You can now pay online!
You may pay your ticket online by clicking the button below



  • Other methods of payment include cash, money order, cashier’s check and most major credit cards. No personal checks will be accepted.
  • To request a continuance, you must contact the court prior to your court date.

Driving Safety Course (6 Hour Course)

If you were charged with a moving violation, you may be eligible to take a 6 hour course. If your violation occurred on a motorcycle, a motorcycle operation’s course may be taken but you must receive court approval prior to taking the course.

The violation will be dismissed if you successfully complete the driving safety course and submit the certified completion certificate along with a certified copy of your driving record issued by the Department of Public Safety within 90 days of approval date.

In order to take the driver safety course, you will need to pay a fee of $144.00. You will need to contact the court prior to enrolling in the course to verify the amount due and your eligibility. 


  • Have not taken the course within the 12 months preceding the date of violation
  • Have a valid Texas driver’s license or military identification card
  • Have current proof of insurance


  • Hold a commercial driver’s license
  • Speeding 25 mph or more over posted speed limit
  • Speeding in a construction zone while workers are present
  • Passing a school bus
  • Accident involving damage to a vehicle
  • Failed to give information and render aid

Deferred Disposition

You may request Deferred Disposition by contacting the La Vernia Municipal Court.

Juveniles Juveniles under the age of 17 at the time of the offense are required by law to appear in person with a parent or legal guardian before the Court.

Alternatives to the full payment of fines and feesWe urge you to contact the Court if you are unable to pay the amount owed without undue hardship to yourself or your dependents. You may request a hearing before the Judge to consider your ability to pay. Please be prepared to provide documentation of your financial situation.