Tupelo Municipal Court exists to improve our community’s quality of life. We will strive to have a positive, team-oriented approach, to provide impartial, timely and professional service and to respect each individual.
Tupelo Municipal Court hears traffic and other misdemeanor violations of the Mississippi Code of 1972 Annotated, as well as building/residential code and animal control violations from the City of Tupelo Code of Ordinances.
The Municipal Court sits in regular sessionon Monday, Tuesday and Thursday of each week except for recognized holidays.
Individuals choosing to pay the standard fine on traffic tickets in lieu of making a court appearance are encouraged to contact the court for information. However, there are several traffic and other misdemeanor violations that require a mandatory court appearance.
The court uses the services of a misdemeanor probation service to monitor individuals that are ordered to alcohol education, anger management or other special services. In some cases, in lieu of incarceration, the court uses a community release work program to allow those individuals that cannot pay their fines to be assigned daily work assignments until the fine is worked off.
The court offers free public access to court information thru a computer terminal located in the lobby of the court building.
Conveniently located at 316 Court Street, one block north of Main Street between Green Street and Broadway Street in downtown Tupelo, the Court is in session on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday of each week.
The Administrative Office of the Court is open for assistance and information on weekdays from 8:00am – 5:00pm, with exception of holidays. However, the receipt window closes daily at 4:30 pm.
Personal – Cash, Check (MS resident only), Money Order, Visa or MasterCard
U. S. Mail – Check (MS resident only), Money Order
Internet – https://www.municipalonlinepayments.com/tupeloms (tickets only)
PARKING TICKET PAYMENTS
Cash, Check (MS resident only), Money Order
Voluntary Garnishment – voluntary employer payroll deduction
Pay Agreements – scheduled payments with due date
Free public access to court information thru a computer terminal located in the lobby of the court building and the use of two (2) misdemeanor probation services to monitor compliance with court orders.