Municipal Court extends modified schedule

Biloxi Municipal Court, which has been suspended through March 27, has now postponed in-court appearances through April 10.

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, or mailed to the attention of the Biloxi Municipal Court at 170 Porter Ave., Biloxi MS 39530.
See the administrative order
Visit the Municipal Court webpage

Local COVID-19 testings sites

Coronavirus testing sites have been announced, but that does not mean those interested can just be teste.

Medical providers are asking that individuals who have symptoms of COVID-19 – fever of 100.4 or higher, severe cough or chest pains – get tested.
Click here for a list of testing sites

News & notes: Council, road work

Council: The Biloxi City Council held a regular scheduled meeting this afternoon at Biloxi City Hall with a limited audience. The meeting was streamed lived and if you missed it, you can watch it now on the city’s YouTube channel. Just click here.

Road work: City crews will be striping Woolmarket Road and Shriners Boulevard on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. causing intermittent lane closures.