8046 Main Street Houma, Louisiana 70360 (985) 868-4232

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Matthew H. Hagen - Judge
8046 Main Street Houma, Louisiana 70360

COVID Protocol:


In order to minimize the risk of exposure and infection of the COVID-19 virus, and protect the health and safety of court personnel, litigants and the public at large, the following protocols are being enforced at the courthouse:

1. Masks will be available upon entry into the Courthouse for those desiring to wear one. 

2.  In addtion, individuals currently under quarantine due to exposure to COVID-19 or who have tested positive for COVID-19 within the last two weeks should not come to court, but should call the numbers below to discuss what accomodations can be made.

3. If your temperature meets or exceeds 100 degrees Fahrenheit, or you exhibit signs and/or symptoms associated with COVID-19, you will be denied access to the courthouse.

If you are denied access to the courthouse, immediately contact the appropriate department listed below and receive further instructions.
                   Juvenile Department:  (985) 873-6338
                   Criminal/Traffic Department:  (985) 868-4361
                   Civil Department:  (985) 873-6337




Landlords and tenants may be eligible for financial assistance.  www.lastaterent.com 


Latest Information Regarding Evictions:

On August 3, 2021, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued an Agency Order entitled "Temporary Halt in Residential Evictions in Communities wit Substantil or High Levels of Community Transmission of COVID-10  to Prevent the Further Spread of COVID-19." The Order prohibits all landlords from evicting  certain qualified renters from residential property from August 3, 2021 to October 3, 2021. This Order is only a temporary moratorium and renters are still required to pay rent and follow other terms of their lease. Qualified renters may still be evicted for reasons other than not paying rent. Individuals who violate this Order may be subject to criminal charges.

In order to qualify for eviction protection, each adult member of a household must provide an executed copy of the Declaration form to their landlord.

Please click below to view and print out the Memo of Instruction and to view and print out a copy of the Declaration form:

Memo of Instruction to Landlords/Tenants

Tenant's Declaration to Temporarily Halt Eviction


City Court of Houma is open for regular business. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.  All individuals entering the courthouse are required to wear masks and should practice social distancing.

The Civil Department is open for filing evictions, regular civil suits, and small claims. Individuals should call the Civil Department at 873-6337 for further instructions. 

People are still encouraged to go to www.houmatix.com to see if they can pay their traffic ticket online.

Payments can also be made over the phone with a credit/debit card by calling the Misdemeanor/Traffic Department at 868-4361.

Phone payments for juvenile matters can be made to the Juvenile Department at 873-6338.

Individuals on a payment plan who have questions can call the Court Compliance Department at 873-6332/6335.


Mission Statement

Our mission is to facilitate the administration of justice to the public by effectively and efficiently:

  • In civil matters, resolving disputes.
  • In criminal adult and juvenile matters:
    • Determine guilt or innocence.
    • Impose appropriate consequences.
    • Facilitate change in behavior.

Public Records Request:

The custodian of public records at the City Court of Houma is the Clerk/Court Administrator.  All requests for public records should be addressed to:         

                                                  City Court of Houma

                                                  Attn:  Doug Holloway, Clerk

                                                  8046 Main St.

                                                  Houma, LA  70360





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