feature_sweep_femaleThe City of Beaumont, along with several surrounding jurisdictions, is offering a grace period through Feb. 9 for individuals with outstanding warrants.

The cities of Beaumont, Port Arthur, and Lumberton, along with Jefferson and Hardin Counties will begin a warrant round-up for outstanding fines related to misdemeanors, such as traffic and city ordinance violations beginning Feb. 10. Through Feb. 9, those individuals can submit payment in advance of the multi-jurisdictional warrant round-up, which will primarily target people with outstanding class C warrants.

The grace period provides the individual with an opportunity to take care of outstanding warrants to avoid being arrested while driving, at home, or at their place of business during the enforcement phase, which begins Feb. 10 and runs through Feb 14.

To determine if there is an outstanding warrant, individuals charged with an offense may call (409) 980-7200.You can also view active warrants in the City of Beaumont here.

Individuals with outstanding warrants in the City of Beaumont have a number of options for paying their fines:

  • IN PERSON Beaumont Municipal Court at 700 Orleans Beaumont Texas 77701 Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Individuals do not have to present their original citation; however, the person appearing before the court must be the individual charged with the violation. Payments are accepted by cash, debit card, credit card or money order. There is also a night drop box located on the Forsythe side of the building.
  • BY MAIL PO Box 3827, Beaumont Texas 77704
  • BY PHONE 1-800-887-5931
  • ONLINE www.beaumonttexas.wpengine.com

Surrounding jurisdictions also provide the opportunity to check for outstanding warrants and make payments: