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How and where to pay for parking tickets in Portland, OR?
Pay by Mail:
Enclose in the citation envelope a check or money order for the bail amount. Make your check or money order payable to Circuit Court. Write your ticket number and auto license number on the check or money order. Do not mail cash.
Pay by Phone:You may pay the ticket in full with Visa or Mastercard.
Pay by Phone Number:(503)-988-3235
Pay Online: OJD Courts ePay is an online electronic payment service which allows you to make payments on most court cases and accounts. If you wish to contest your open parking citation, do not pay online – refer to the FAQ page for information regarding pleading guilty with an explanation or pleading not guilty with a trial request. OJD Courts ePay accepts MasterCard, Visa credit cards, and debit cards. Payments are processed and recorded on your case within one business day. $1.50 processing fee will be assessed on each transaction to cover the costs of processing the online payment. Please note: If your vehicle has been towed, you MUST appear in person at the Parking Citation Office to pay and obtain a release for the vehicle. Please see the Towed Vehicles page for additional information. Please wait at least two business days from the citation issue date before making an online payment. Payment must be made for the full bail amount on the citation. A partial payment of the bail does not constitute an appearance and will not prevent doubling of the bail amount, a judgment against you for the outstanding amount owed, and potential added collection assessments. If your payment has been returned due to non-sufficient funds, you need to call the Parking Citation Office to pay your citation. For any additional questions, regarding your parking citation(s), please see the FAQ page or contact the Parking Citation Office.