Select any one of the five links below to proceed:
- 1. UTILITIES
- 2. COURT CITATIONS
- 3. ALARM PERMITS
- 4. BUILDING PERMITS
Pay Utility Bills
The City of Duncanville offers the following services for our customers (not all services may be offered at particular locations). These services will be billed on one statement for your convenience.
- Water, Sewer, Garbage, Drainage
Our utility rates are found to be some of the lowest in the metroplex. Meters are read every 28-34 days (varying due to weekends and holidays). The utility invoices are mailed each Wednesday based on cycle (Cycle 1 is the first Wednesday, Cycle 2 is the second, etc.) and will be due 19 days later.
Municipal Court Citations
In general, the Duncanville Municipal Court has jurisdiction for offenses occurring within the city limits that are violations of a municipal ordinance or violations of a state statute. State statutes enforced in the Municipal Court include the Texas Penal Code, the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code, the Texas Health Code, and the Safety Code. The Municipal Court handles offenses which are punishable by fine only.
Warning! Do not pay here for those who are in jail. If you need to pay for someone in jail, please contact the jail where the person being held. Do not pay on this site.
Driving Safety Course and Deferred Disposition requests are not payable here. Contact the court at 972-780-5055 for eligibility.
Full payments on WARRANTS may be paid online between the hours of 8am and 4pm, M-F, excluding holidays. The Duncanville Municipal Court strongly advises you to keep your receipt of payment on your person for 72hrs, as there will be a delay between the time of payment and the recall of the warrant(s).
Assault Family Violence violations are not payable here. You must appear in open Court.
The Duncanville City Council passed Ordinance #1970 on January 17, 2006. This ordinance concerns the regulation of alarm system within the City. Alarm Permit fees are available for both commercial and residential alarm systems. Renewals will be for a period of one (1) year. Failure to secure a permit from the City for an active alarm system may result in fines up to $500.00 for each offense and for each and every day such a violation shall constitute a separate offense.
Building Permits & Inspections
Section 105.1 of the International Building Code 2009 Edition states “Any owner or authorized agent who intends to construct, enlarge, alter, repair, move, demolish or change the occupancy of a building or structure, or to erect, install, enlarge, alter, repair, remove, convert or replace any electrical, gas, mechanical or plumbing system…” must obtain a permit before the work is started. This includes nearly any construction-related project on both residential and non-residential property.