To make a payment, you must have your complaint/citation or case number. You can find the number on your Citation/Ticket or use the Public Access to Court Information feature by clicking below on the "Search by Name" button or the "Search by Case Number" button.
Effective June 27, 2016
Use nCourt to pay your Court Fines
or Call (844) 400-6732 to Pay by Phone
Payments are charged to your credit card immediately. Please print the receipt page for your records.
All credit and debit card transactions will include a 5% service charge.
Payments made online or by phone after 5:15 p.m. Arizona time Monday - Thursday, and all payments Friday - Sunday and holidays will not be posted until the next business day.
Do not use this site to pay a defensive driving school fee or delinquent fines.
Warning: You may not be able to access tickets issued less than 48 hours ago.
If you are requesting a payment plan, you must first fill out and submit an application by clicking the Payment Plan Application button below. If you would like to make a payment on an existing payment plan, click the link to pay online.
Please note, you must use Internet Explorer to complete and return this form.
If you have any questions, please contact the court at (480) 816-5103. After submitting the payment plan application, you must contact the court to confirm receipt.
If You Are Unable to Make Your Scheduled Payment:
If you are unable to make your scheduled payment, you must appear or contact the Court at (480) 816-5103 no later than 4 p.m. on your payment due date to request a financial review for a possible extension. You may be required to complete a new financial application and undergo the financial review process. Any requests for an extension on your payment arrangements must be made in writing in person or by email.
Due to an automated case management system, if a payment is not satisfied or timely action is not taken to notify the Court of an inability to comply with payment arrangements additional actions may occur on a case that may include placement into collections, default, or warrant.
Beginning June, 2016, all credit card transactions will include an additional 5% service charge.