You may now pay any outstanding fines and costs online. You must have your ticket (citation) number.
If you are paying a default judgment, you are still responsible for notifying the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicle that the default has been paid. The Department of Motor Vehicle may require an OJW clearance letter which may be obtained here at the courthouse.
If you have received a traffic citation that is eligible for the early payment option, you may take advantage of that option at least 14 days after receiving the ticket. Please sign the ticket and mail it in with your payment, drop it in the drop box outside the court building, or pay it in person inside the courthouse.
New: You may now pay your early payment plea offer online. If you do not take advantage of the early payment option, you must virtually appear in court by ZOOM (see the instructions listed under Virtual Courtroom) on the scheduled court date indicated on your citation.
Please note: there will be an additional 2.65% convenience fee assessed for any online payment. This fee is payable to the service provider, not the court.
If you were charged with Failure to Provide Proof of Insurance, and you were insured, you will need to provide the court with a letter (view a sample letter) from your insurance company.
Plea by Mail Information
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All court hearings are in-person. If you need to request to appear for your hearing virtually, you may submit your written request to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include in your request the reason you need to appear virtually.