Online Services for Traffic
- Pay Your Traffic Ticket Online (Currently Unavailable)
Where To Pay or Appear
You may be eligible to attended traffic school. Click the link below for more information:
The court will send a reminder notice to the address listed on the citation, along with:
- Your due date and time
- How much you owe
- Whether you can go to traffic school
- Any proof of correction you might need
- Options on how to handle your citation
You must take care of your traffic ticket on time - even if you do not get a reminder notice.
Failure to Appear or Pay
If you do not take care of your traffic ticket by the date shown on the reminder notice:
- You may be assessed a civil assessment fee of $300 and warrant assessment fee of $15
- Your case may be referred to the court's collection agency: Linebarger.
If you get a notice telling you that a $300 civil assessment fee has been added, it means you did not take action by the due date and/or you did not pay the fine.
If a civil assessment has been added to your case pursuant to penal code 1214.1(b)(1), you can request the court to consider your good cause to vacate the added fee. You can do this by petition (TR-125), that can be found at the link below or at the Traffic Clerk’s Office and can be submitted by mail or in person to the court indicated on the citation.
You may request a payment plan to pay your traffic court ordered-debt. A Written Plea Form and Request for Monthly Payment (TR-123) can be found at the link below or at the Traffic Clerk’s Office and can be submitted by mail or in person to the court indicated on the citation
Ability To Pay Determination
You may ask the court to consider your ability to pay by petition. A petition (TR-125) can be found at the link below or at the Traffic Clerk’s Office and can be submitted by mail or in person to the court indicated on the citation. If your case has not yet been sentenced, you must appear at the Clerk’s office to request an ability to pay determination. At the time you submit the petition, provide the Court with any supporting documentation you want the judicial officer to consider in making their decision.