Walker Municipal Building
10136 Florida Boulevard
Walker, LA 70785
7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday
Anyone who commits a traffic violation or a misdemeanor crime within the city limits must resolve their charges through the City of Walker Municipal Court.
All fines must be paid with cash, money order or credit card [Visa and Mastercard only]. Checks are not accepted. Payments may be made using any of the following methods:
1. In person at the Walker Municipal Building, 10136 Florida Boulevard in Walker. Need directions? Click here.
2. Over the phone using Visa or Mastercard. Call the clerk's office at 225.664.7692.
3. Mail to the following address [remember, no checks are accepted]:
Walker Clerk of Court
P.O. Box 217
Walker, LA 70785
Municipal Court is held twice a month in the courtroom in the Walker Municipal Building, 10136 Florida Boulevard. Need directions? Click here.
To meet Clerk of Court Jan McDonald, click here.
To see if you have any outstanding warrants, click here. Warrants are posted on this site monthly, so this listing is not confirmation of an active warrant. All warrants should be confirmed by calling the Clerk of Court's office at 225.664.7692.
If you have any other questions about a traffic ticket, misdemeanor charge or Mayor's Court, please call Clerk of Court Jan McDonald at 225.664.7692, or send an email here.
To see a list of traffic and criminal fines, click here.
If you would like an extension for payment of your fine, you must appear on your assigned court date and ask the judge for payment arrangements.
» Absolutely no cellular phones or pagers are allowed.
» No children under the age of 10 are allowed in the courtroom during court.
» Security cameras are in use.
» When you enter the building, you are subject to being searched.
» No person entering or occupying the property shall carry or possess firearms, other dangerous or deadly weapons, explosives or items intended to be used to fabricate an explosive or incendiary device, either openly or concealed, except for official and authorized purposes. Persons violating this rule will be prosecuted.
» Appropriate attire is required in the courtroom. The dress code prohibits shorts, flip-flops, tank tops or hats. You will be escorted out if you enter and are not dressed appropriately.
Judge Jeff Oglesbee
Prosecutor Irys Allgood
Public Defender Kerry Carpenter
Clerk of Court Jan McDonald
Deputy Clerk Debbie Moore
Deputy Clerk Mary Poe