The New York court payment system allows you to make payments for traffic tickets, parking tickets, and other court fines and fees easily.
Whether you have a traffic ticket, a parking ticket, or court fines and fees, PayCourtOnline makes payments easy.
To get started, visit their website.
PayCourtOnline Traffic Ticket
If you have a traffic ticket, start by clicking on the top left button saying “I Want to Pay a Traffic Ticket.”
Enter your ticket or case number and your last name. Click “Go” and follow the prompts to make your payment.
PayCourtOnline Parking Ticket
For parking tickets, click on the second button reading “I Want to Pay a Parking Ticket.”
Enter your last name or ticket number, select your license plate state and your license plate number. Click “Go” and follow the prompts to make your payment.
PayCourtOnline Pay All Other Court Fines and Fees
Click on the third button down on the page reading “All Other Court Fines and Fees.”
Type in your ticket or case number and your last name. Press “Go” and follow the prompts to make your payment.
Other Ways to Pay Your Court Bill
There are other options for paying your parking ticket, traffic ticket or court fines and fees.
- Pay in person: You pay in person by visiting the court in the jurisdiction indicated on your ticket or citation.
- Pay by mail: Send a check or money order to address indicated on your paperwork.
- Pay by phone. You can pay by phone by calling 1-888-912-15-41.
PayCourtOnline Customer Service
If you are having trouble using the website, you can contact customer service by calling 1-888-912-15-41.
What if I don’t agree with my ticket?
Do I have to go to court for my ticket?
If you wish to plead guilty, follow the instructions on your ticket. Typically, you will not go to court. If you don’t agree with the ticket, then plead not guilty and you will be scheduled for a court appearance.
Why can’t I pay my ticket online?
If you’ve recently returned your ticket and guilty plea, it can take time for it to be updated in the system.
What should I expect if I go to court?
In general, you should dress appropriately. No hats, and wear business casual attire if possible. The court may not allow cell phone. For small claims court, you can represent yourself or have an attorney represent you. Things move quickly, so be prepared to answer questions.
How much are court fees?
For small claims court, it costs $10 for a claim of up to $1,000 and $15 for a claim between $1,000 and $3,000.