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What do I do if I get a ticket?
If you have received a citation from a City of Shawnee Police Officer for an infraction, you can pay the fine in person at Shawnee City Hall, pay the fine ONLINE via the Online Payment Process, or decide to go to court and plead your case.

Locally at Shawnee City Hall, 16 W 9th Street, Shawnee Oklahoma we accept cash, MasterCard and Visa Credit/Debit cards, Money Orders, or Cashiers Checks. Sorry we DO NOT accept personal checks.

Pay Your Citation Online!
You can avoid a visit to City Hall and/or the Courtroom in most cases by paying your citation online. Follow the above link or THIS LINK to make your payment. Note that certain offenses require a Court visit and cannot be paid online. If you have concerns call the Shawnee Municipal Court system from 8:30am-4:45pm Monday-Friday at 405-878-1624 FAX 405-878-1743.

View All Citations

If you are interested you can view all the non-juvenile issued citations on the City's Citations Listing website. You can even sort by sex, race, etc and view Pie, line or Bar Charts of the information.

Do YOU have an Outstanding Warrant for an unpaid ticket?
Find out on by searching for your name (or your friends and family) on the Online Warrants Page This area provides basic access to current outstanding warrants for general public and other law enforcement agencies. One can search or list the current outstanding warrant information for most municipal warrants.

See someone on the list that needs addressed?

Call the anonymous Warrant Hotline at 405-878-1645 (New Number 5/2015!)

Non-Emergency Dispatch Contact: 405-273-2121

Municipal Court Location:
16 W 9th St - Shawnee - OK - 74801

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Current counts outstanding warrants by violation description. This data is only as valid as the last refresh date as shown below and is for reference purposes only. Juvenile warrants are not included in this count.

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City Manager Report - November 2016
The November 2016 City Manager report from City Manager, Justin Erickson, has been published. The full PDF report outlines various activities, projects and updates for the City of Shawnee and its local government operations. Follow the link to read the full document.

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Christmas Under the Stars Parade
Safe Event For Families (SEFF) will be out in full force Thursday (December 1st) preparing for Shawnee’s biggest winter celebration — the annual Christmas parade. There will be a twist though; the parade route is taking a detour this year, due to Streetscape construction wrapping up along Main Street.

The new route will begin at Main Street and Broadway. It will move north on Broadway to Highland, where floats and marchers will turn east onto Highland and finish at Union Street. The route will basically work its way around much of Woodland Veterans Park — which will offer lots of space for parade-goers to gather. The route change is strictly temporary, making a concession only until Streetscape is done. Next years parade should return to Main Street, as per tradition.

Pre-show- Residents can jumpstart the festivities by attending the annual KGFF-Jones Theatres Cans Film Festival downtown, where there will be a special 4:30 p.m. viewing of the classic holiday film, “Home Alone,” rated PG, at the Carmike Hornbeck & Penthouse Twin, 125 N. Bell St. Doors open 3:30 p.m., and the show will let out before 6:30 p.m., just in time for the parade. Admission for one person is a donation of two canned goods. Donations will be given to the Salvation Army.

Main event - “Christmas Under the Stars,” this year’s theme for the parade, which starts at 7 p.m. In an effort to keep the parade moving along, SEFF will judge floats while they are in the line-up area, so there’s no more stopping at a grandstand.
Entertainment will begin at 6 p.m. SEFF will be spreading out the several bandstands was an effort to enable people to fan out and get a better view the parade, while still being able to hear about the floats from emcees along the route. There will be four trophy winners –– President’s Trophy, Mayor’s Trophy, Grand Marshall’s Trophy and Best Overall. This year Mills Machine holds the distinction of being Grand Marshal.


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Tina McIntyre said...
Just wondering who won what trophies?
12/2/2016 3:30:48 PM

City of Shawnee begins Citizen Survey
The City of Shawnee is asking residents to participate in a comprehensive community survey, known as the National Citizen Survey™ (NCS™). The survey is designed to provide a baseline of how the city government is serving residents, to gauge perceptions of the city and to make comparisons with peer cities. A random and scientific sample of 2,200 households will receive invitations to participate in the mail and their confidential responses will be weighted and analyzed.

Postcards were mailed on November 16 to randomly selected households notifying them that they were selected to participate in the survey. The surveys will arrive in late-November and should be submitted by late December. All responses are completely anonymous.


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City Manager Report - October 2016
The October 2016 City Manager report from City Manager, Justin Erickson, has been published. The full PDF report outlines various activities, projects and updates for the City of Shawnee and its local government operations. Follow the link to read the full document.


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City Manager Report - September 2016
The September 2016 City Manager report from City Manager, Justin Erickson, has been published. The full PDF report outlines various activities, projects and updates for the City of Shawnee and its local government operations. Follow the link to read the full document.

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Official Trick or Treat Night
The official trick or treat night for the City of Shawnee will be Monday, October 31, 2016 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

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Q:Can I pay my ticket online?
Yes, you can pay for your citation online via the City of Shawnee's online payment site. Follow the link below or go to to pay your ticket.
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Q:Can I pay with my Credit Card?
Yes, the Shawnee Municipal Court department takes Visa and Mastercard payments in person or over the phone. We do only accept Visa and Mastercard however.
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Q:How many citations or tickets do officers write?
Officers write tickets or citations based on the activity they observe. During local or national safety awareness promotions, officers may write more tickets for particular areas of infractions. For historical counts and charts of the citations written, use the Police Data Chart Maker
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Q:What happens if I do not pay my ticket?
If you fail to pay your citation a warrant may be issued for your arrest. The City of Shawnee utilizing a Warrant Officer to follow and serve outstanding City warrants. You'll also end up in the ONLINE WARRANTS LISTING.
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Q:What Payment Methods Do You Accept?
The City of Shawnee Municipal Court accepts payments in the form of cash, MasterCard, Visa, credit/debit cards, money orders, or cashiers checks. Sorry, we DO NOT take personal checks.
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Q:Where do I pay a ticket?
Citations issued by the City of Shawnee for Shawnee Municipal Court can be paid at City Hall located at 16 W 9th St in Shawnee. The court department is located in the southwest corner of the main lobby in City Hall.
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