What are your hours?
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Thursday
9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Friday
New applications are accepted until 4:00 p.m.
Do I have to come to collections?
Yes,and forms can be downloaded (English and Spanish) from the web site and filled out before you come to decrease your wait time.
Come prepared to make a DOWN PAYMENT on Court Costs and Fines
Are payment plans available?
Payment plans will be negotiated once the client’s financial profile has been completed.
Options: Payment plan options consist of weekly, bi-weekly and monthly payments for the total of court costs and fines.
GOAL: To have all court costs and fines paid in full within 90 days.
Collections Application – English
Collections Application Collection Payment form Spanish – Spanish
What forms of payment do you accept?
Cash, Money Order, Cashier Check, Visa (Credit or Debit) and Master Card (Credit or Debit).
Quick collects from Western Union are also accepted.
Do you take personal checks?
Where do I pay?
In person, by mail or Misdemeanor 24 Hour Drop Box.
The 24 Hour Drop Box is located at the top of the steps to the front entrance of the Frank Crowley Building on the RIGHT side. Envelopes are available for money order or cashier checks. Please do not place cash in drop box.
Payments can also be made anywhere Western Union Quick Collects are offered (will included a small fee).
Do you send receipts?
Yes, only if you send a self addressed stamped envelope.
What is my case number?
Your case and cause number are the same thing and can be found on the payment plan information or you can call into the Collections Office at (214) 653-2979 for the information.