Municipal court closures now extended to May

The Biloxi Municipal Court will not be in session for the month of April.

The latest extension is effective through May 1 and is based on the continued risk and increased cases of the coronavirus.

An administrative order has been issued to extend the court closure, but judges may still make case-by-case exceptions and consider motions when reviewing or considering trials, after consulting with all parties or their counsel of record.

The Municipal Court Clerk office will remain open to business by mail, telephone, fax or email.

Fines may be paid online at  www.municipalonlinepayments.com/biloxims, or mailed to the attention of the Biloxi Municipal Court at 170 Porter Ave., Biloxi MS 39530.
See the latest administrative order
Visit the Municipal Court webpage

News & notes: Virtual Friday, Coast Transit, B-Alert

Virtual First Friday: Biloxi Main Street will hold its monthly downtown business event First Friday tomorrow as a virtual event. The event will take place from noon to 5 p.m. on Facebook through Biloxi Main Street and downtown businesses.  To see the flyer, click here. 

No public transit: Coast Transit Authorities fixed routes will be suspended beginning Friday because of challenges in adhering to social-distancing and gathering policies annouced today by CTA Executive Director Kevin Coggin.

B-Alert: Stay in the know about traffic and weather advisories by signing up for B-Alert.  It‚Äôs a real-time, on-the-go messaging system that brings advisories directly to your cell phone.  Just text BILOXI to 888777.