How are payments made?

You may make your payment in person at the District Court Records windows M-F 8:30 to 4:30; please bring a copy of your plan with you.  A drop box is also available outside the court house in the parking area near the flags; make sure to print your name & phone number on the envelope provided and include the case number you are paying;  remember to pay the cases in the order the collections department gave you.  Mail payments to payable to the 60th District Court, 990 Terrace St, Muskegon MI 49442; again include your name, phone number & Case number. You may pay online using a credit or debit card to may payments with the link below; make sure you include your case number. Finally, you may call 1-888-604-7888, using pay location code 7225 and have your case number available. All credit card payment are subject to a third party fee.

Online Payments

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1. How can I set up a payment plan with District Court?
2. How much will my payments be?
3. What options are available?
4. When will my first payment be due?
5. What if something happens and I will be late on my payment?
6. How are payments made?
7. The judge on my case gave me a specific due date to pay in full, can I still set up a payment plan?
8. What do I do if I receive a 14 day notice concerning my license suspending?
9. What do I if my license has already suspended? Can I set up a payment plan and get a restricted license?