Court Clerk

The court clerk has the primary responsibility to record, file, and maintain as permanent records the proceedings of the district court.

Traffic Tickets

You have the option of appearing in court or entering a plea on the back of the citation and mailing your fine to the Court Clerk prior to the court date. You may also pay online at or call the Court Clerk’s office at (580) 286-3693, before your court date.

All traffic tickets can be paid in full or setup on a payment plan prior to your court date. However, please be aware that these three (3) types of tickets may suspend your driver’s license:

1. Failure to Comply with Compulsory Insurance Law - No Insurance Verification

2. Minor in Possession

3. Reckless Driving

Also, please be aware that payment of your traffic citation is a guilty plea and it may go on your driving record.