Making Payments

  1. Paying Fines
  2. Fee Schedule
  3. Payment Contracts
Once you have entered a plea, or have been found guilty or responsible for a violation, you have an obligation to pay your fines on the date of sentencing. When you plead "Guilty" or "No Contest" to criminal violations or "Responsible" in civil matters charged against you, you must make full payment for all fines/sanctions owed.

All fines, sanctions, fees, and restitution are due in full on the day of sentencing.

Calculate What You Owe


To calculate the total amount due on a civil citation, refer to the Bond Schedule. Add the fine for each violation on the citation. If you are not sure of the violation charged, or the fine due, you may come to the Court or contact the court at (928) 668-0515 or (928) 668-0533, Monday - Thursday, 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. To allow for data entry, please wait at least one week after the violation date before calling the court.

Making Your Payment


  • Online: www.azcourtpay.com. Complaint or case number required.
  • Mail your payment to the Court: 155 N Tegner St., Ste B, Wickenburg, AZ 85390 (Check or money orders only)
  • By phone: Call (928) 668-0515 or (928) 668-0533
  • In person at the Court paying with cash, credit card, check, or cashier's check
  • Accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover credit cards
REMINDER: It is the defendant's responsibility to follow up with the Court to ensure that the payment, or correspondence sent via mail, was received by the Court and that all charges have been resolved on or before the arraignment date.

Payment by Check or Money Order


Make your check or money order payable to "Wickenburg Town Court" in the full amount due, and include the complaint or case number. Please provide your current address if it is different from the address on the check.

Collections


If your case is in collections you can pay in full or make payments online. You will need to have your case number available.

If your license is suspended, once your fine is paid in full, the court will report the final disposition to MVD and you will have to contact MVD and pay a reinstatement fee to have your license released. You can reach MVD by calling (602) 255-0072 or online.