Judge Session

In order to take necessary precautions regarding COVID-19 the Woodway Municipal Court is practicing the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) recommendations of social distancing.  You are encouraged to wear your own face mask or one will be provided for you.  Only 10 people are allowed in the Court Room.  Stay in your car till your appointment time and check in with the clerk to ensure social distancing.  This Court is offering defendants the ability to see the judge via Zoom.  Email the Court for a Zoom hearing.

Judges & Prosecutor

  • Primary Judge: Rod Goble
  • Associate Judge: David Bass
  • Prosecuting Attorney: Charles Buenger

Judge Session - Uncontested Court - By Appointment Only 

Every Wednesday between 9 and 10 a.m. located in the Woodway Public Safety Building. 920 Estates Drive
Woodway, TX  76712.

Juvenile Court - Juveniles & a Parent/Guardian is required to appear in person - By Appointment Only 

1st Tuesday of the Month at 4 p.m. located at 920 Estates Drive, Woodway, TX  76712.

PRETRIALS & TRIALS - Last Wednesday of the Month beginning at 9 a.m.

Office Hours

If you do not wish to go before the Judge, Municipal Court hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. located at the Woodway Public Safety Building, 920 Estates Drive, Woodway, TX 76712.

Responding to Charges

You have 20 business days to respond to your charge(s) filed against you. Appearance is made either in person, online or in writing. Only the defendant can make his/her appearance. No one can make an appearance on the defendant’s behalf.

Please note that a telephone call is not considered an appearance.  You may access your case online, view your options online and pay online at https://www.municipalonlinepayments.com/woodwaytx 

Failure to Respond

If you fail to respond to your charge within the 20 day appearance time, the offense fine amount may be maxed to the highest amount allowed and warrants issued for your arrest. Warrant fees of $50 (each) will be assessed for executing or processing a warrant. If you fail to appear in court as required by law for the prosecution of the offense(s), you may be denied the renewal of your driver license and registration and assessed additional fees.