Municipal Court
MISSION STATEMENT:
The Roman Forest Municipal Court is dedicated and committed to promoting the highest standards in customer service, upholding the integrity of the Court, and building public trust and confidence in the judicial system.

GENERAL INFORMATION:
Please wait 2-3 business days after receiving a citation before contacting the court, allowing entry of the citation.

The court clerk’s duty is to inform citizens of their options for the administrative processing of their case. The clerk is prohibited by law from offering legal advice. You have a right to seek counsel through a licensed attorney.

The appearance date is noted on the citation and your signature indicates that you promise to appear “on or before” that date.

There may be several options to dispose of the charge(s). Please review the quick links, and if you have further questions, call the clerk during office hours, or send an email. We welcome phone calls but be advised that a phone call is NOT a substitute for an appearance.

In addition, all payments and/or documents brought to the court service window may only be accepted by the court clerk, other city staff are not authorized to accept a court payments or documents. 

Physical & Mailing Address
2430 Roman Forest Blvd.
Roman Forest, Texas 77357

No hablar español

Office Hours: 8am - 5pm   Monday - Thursday
Phone 281-399-7227    Fax 281-689-7573

Presiding Judge 
Brian Stanley

Court Administrator/Clerk
Kristine Duke
court.clerk@rftx.org
Contact Us
Click on the Quick Links below 
for more information
Vulnerable Populations
Individuals who are over age 65 and individuals with serious underlying health conditions, such as high blood pressure, chronic lung disease, heart conditions, liver disease, kidney disease, diabetes, obesity, asthma, and those whose immune systems are compromised such as by chemotherapy for cancer or other conditions requiring such therapy, are considered to be vulnerable populations.
Any individual who considers himself/herself to be a member of such vulnerable populations should contact the court clerk prior to an appearance date or hearing and identify themselves as a vulnerable individual and discuss appropriate accommodations.