City incentivizes warrant clearing during March round-up

Residents with outstanding warrants can take advantage of incentives to clear their record

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The City of Arlington is offering several incentives in the month of March to Arlington residents who may have outstanding warrants and citations.

Through March 29, the city’s municipal courts are asking residents to resolve their obligations by taking advantage of several enticements.

The City is waving collections fees during its incentive period and may work with eligible residents who voluntarily take action by offering low-cost payment plans, community service, or a reduction in their balance.

Per Texas law, police will not arrest any resident on an outstanding Class C warrant who is voluntarily and actively working with the courts to resolve their citations.

Collection fees will be waived on warrants paid in-full and accompanied by the official warrant notice or letter.

Residents who are facing financial difficulty may qualify for an extension of payment, a payment plan, or community service in lieu of payment.

The City Municipal Court is located inside City Tower at 101 S. Mesquite Street, at the northeast corner of Abram and Mesquite streets.

Excluding city holidays, the court is open from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The courts will be closed on Friday, March 30 in observance of Good Friday.