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The City of Bixby has started a Municipal Warrant Amnesty Program that runs through Friday, February 17. The amnesty program allows defendants who owe the city money a chance to clear their cases without being arrested or paying additional late fees and court costs.
The delinquent fines include unpaid tickets, citations for failing to appear, and charges upon which the defendant has been found guilty, granted time to pay fines and costs, but are now past due.
Any person with an outstanding Bixby municipal warrant may voluntarily appear before the Bixby Municipal Court Clerk during regular business hours without being subject to arrest. Payment of outstanding fines may be made at the cashier’s window at City Hall in the Bixby Municipal Building, at 116 West Needles Avenue.
Payments can be made by cash, money order, cashier check, or by credit/debit card. No personal checks will be accepted.