The Ingram Municipal Court is responsible for the adjudication of Class C misdemeanor offenses; including offenses under the Transportation Code, Penal Code, Education Code, Health and Safety Code, Alcoholic Beverage Code and violations of the City ordinances.
The judiciary is made up of a Presiding Judge. The Judge presides over all initial appearance dockets, show cause dockets, pretrial hearings, bench trials and jury trials. The Judge serves as a magistrate.
Mailing address: 230 Hwy. 39
Ingram, TX 78025
Court Clerk: April Sublett
Presiding Judge: William “Bill” Ragsdale
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The court observes all city and county holidays.
By Mail or In Person
Deliver Payments to: Municipal Court
230 Hwy 39
Make checks and money orders payable to City of Ingram. After hours drop box is located in the front of the building.
Online – available 24/7
Pay with credit, debit or prepaid debit cards at www.cityofingram.com. All payments by credit, debit or prepaid debit cards will incur a service processing fee.
If you are unable to pay a fine in full, you may ask the court to order you to make payment plans. A Time Payment Fee must be added to each case paid by payment plan (per TX Local Govt. Code § 133.103). This fee will be added to the total due for each case that is not paid in full within thirty (30) days from the date the Judgment is entered.
If you are indigent and unable to pay a fine, you may ask the Court to order you to complete Community Service in lieu of paying the fine.