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Make a payment to the Probation Department

Pay probation fees, court-ordered fines and fees, and victim restitution.

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  • If you use PromisePay to pay online, you’ll be charged a 3.5% fee.

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  •  Payments made after 4 p.m will be credited to your account the next business day.
  •  If you’re on probation, you always need to make payments on time - if you don’t, it could affect your probation.

Before you start

You'll need to know:

  • The amount you need to pay
  • When the payment is due
  • Your credit card, debit card, or other payment information

What to do

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Pay online

The Probation Department uses PromisePay for online payments. It’s a separate website. You can make a payment using a credit card, debit card, Venmo, ApplePay, Google Pay, and other options.

Note that PromisePay charges a 3.5% fee on each transaction. There’s also a minimum fee of $3.25. 

Go to PromisePay.

Pay in person

You can also pay at the collection window for the Probation Department.

You can pay by:

  • Cash
  • Check
  • Money order
  • Credit or debit card

To make a payment, go to:

Adult Probation Lobby 
Room 265
County Civic Center 
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

What's next

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If you pay before 4 p.m. on a business day, your account will be credited the same day.

If you pay after 4.p.m. (or on a holiday or weekend), your payment will be credited the next business day.


Page updated March 25, 2024