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How to Pay a Ticket
Methods of Payment Accepted
The Fishers City Court accepts cash, cashier's checks, and money orders. Credit cards are only accepted online.

Please wait seven days after receiving your ticket before contacting the court for more information. This will allow the court staff enough time to receive and process your ticket and help give you the correct information.

By paying a ticket without appearing in Court, you are admitting or pleading no contest to the violation. This will have the same effect as a judgment of the Court, and a record of the Judgment will be sent to the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles or to the equivalent agency in the state where you are licensed to drive.

To Pay Online
In order to pay by credit card, your violation must not require you to appear in court. If you attempt to pay by credit card and your case requires you to appear in person, your payment may be rejected and you may be called to appear in court to answer for contempt of court.

The fine and costs are fixed by the Traffic Violations Bureau. You may view the fines and costs online. You must pay the exact amount of fine and costs set. If you fail to pay the amount set, your payment may be rejected and your case set for hearing. You must pay the amount set in full. The court does not accept partial payments.

Online payment is available. Convenience fees of $4+2% of the total cost apply and are non-refundable.

To Pay By Mail
Fishers court accepts money orders and cashier's checks made payable to: Fishers City Clerk. No personal checks or business checks will be accepted. Please do not mail cash. Mail money orders or cashier's checks to:

 Fishers City Court
1 Municipal Dr.
Fishers, IN 46038

To Pay In Person
Payment may be made by cash, money order or cashier's check (made payable to: Fishers City Clerk).
  • Pay Monday through Friday, 9 a.m - noon and 1 - 4 p.m. Walk-in payments may be made at the court, located at 1 Municipal Dr.
  • No personal checks or business checks will be accepted
  • No payment will be accepted until 7 days have passed since the ticket was written to ensure the Court has processed the case
  • Tickets may be paid by mail, in person, or on line if your ticket is not a "Must Appear"
  • Payment must be received before your court date; the initial hearing date is located at the bottom of your ticket

If you wish to make payment before your court date, payment must be made in full. If you wish to pay by credit card online, payment must be made in full. If you wish to make arrangements to pay or need more time to pay, you need to appear in court and make arrangements at that time.