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Municipal Courts

The courthouse remains open to all defendants, attorneys, interpreters, and citizens who are seeking access. Due to Covid precautions, we are limiting the number of visitors and ask that only those who have business in the courthouse appear. Visitors are required to wear a cloth face covering or mask. Visitors without a face covering will be provided one.  

We are open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. A cashier is located on-site to accept payments Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Payments are also accepted a City Hall.

If you wish to “add-on” to a court docket, please appear at the courthouse between 8 - 10 a.m. and plan to be here 1-3 hours. If you received a ticket with a preset fine amount and you wish to see a judge, you may “add-on” anytime during normal business hours on or before the date your payment is due.

If individuals need documents from Court Records or have questions, they can appear in person, call Municipal Courts at (918) 596-1625, or email at

The Tulsa Municipal Court is a Court of Record, authorized under City Ordinance, with jurisdiction in the City of Tulsa. The Court is responsible for misdemeanor traffic, parking, and criminal offenses, as well as code violations for health, fire, animal, and zoning violations.

Mission of the Court
To provide for the fair, impartial and efficient administration of justice in an atmosphere that promotes public trust and confidence in our justice system.

Court Administration
600 Civic Center
Tulsa, OK 74103
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Court Records - (918) 596-1625
Jail Booking - (918) 596-9253
Probation -  (918) 596-7750
Early Settlement - (918) 596-7786
Public Defenders - (918) 596-9393

City Hall
175 E 2nd St.
Tulsa, OK 74103
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Municipal Court is committed to exemplary customer service.  Please take a moment to tell us about your courthouse experience: Customer Satisfaction Survey.

Responsible Driver Waiver 

You can now request a on-street metered parking citation waiver if you park at an on-street parking meter and need to take alternate transportation (commercial or public) for safety reasons. If you leave your vehicle parked beyond the parking limit and receive a citation, you may request a dismissal as long as:

All Bench Warrant Citations and Cases for Failure to Pay will incur an additional 35 percent fee once they are turned over to our collection agency.

You can access all careers at the City of Tulsa through our Employment Opportunity Job Board