Payment Options

Court (62-B District)

How do I pay a ticket or fine, AND costs?

Due Date:
Fines and Costs are due in full at the time of sentencing.

Types of Payment:
Cash, Money Orders, Cashier Checks, Mastercard, Visa, or Discover.

Payment Options:
If you cannot pay in full, you may set up a payment plan. You may contact the Collections Clerk at 616-455-2365 or 616-554-0811 to make arrangements. If you do not comply with the plan, the court will prepare a bench warrant for your arrest. If there is a change in your financial circumstances, you must contact the Collections Clerk to ask for a change of the payment plans and provide proof of the changes. Due to high call volumes, messages may take several days to return.

Payments must be received on or before the due date each month until paid in full.

In Person:
The court is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM except for holidays.

Online Payments:
Click here to pay online with a Credit or Debit Card.

Telephone Payments:
We accept in-state checks, MasterCard, Visa, Discover Credit or Debit Cards. Call 616-698-9310 and Select Option 2. This is available 24 hours per day/365 days per year. The card must be in the caller’s name. Payments will be posted within 1-2 business days.  

Cashiers Check or Money Order payments made payable to 62B District Court mail to:

62B District Court
4740 Walma Ave SE
Kentwood, MI 49512

Please clearly print your name and date of birth and case number on all checks and money orders for proper processing. Personal checks will only be accepted on cases that are not late and must be drawn from a Michigan bank account. No out of state checks will be accepted. The court does not accept starter checks. ***DO NOT MAIL CASH***

After Hour Payments:
May be dropped in 62B District Court Depository box by the Kentwood Justice Center front door. Checks or Money Order payments only made payable to 62B District Court.

Please use an envelope. ***DO NOT PUT CASH IN THE DROP BOX***

If you do not pay your fines and costs according to your payment schedule, you may have your drivers license suspended or a bench warrant issued for your arrest.