Pay My Fine

In person Fine Payments

Accepted methods of payment at the font counter:
Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 12 pm and 1 pm - 4:30 pm 

  • Cash
  • Check
  • Money Order
  • Cashier's Check
  • Mastercard
  • Visa
  • Discover
Check, money orders and cashier's checks should be made payable to either
and should include you case, infraction or notice number.  A drop box is available outside the clerk's window on the right side.  Do not put cash in the drop box.  Follow up after two to three business days to verify payment was received.    

Mailing Address for Payments 

Payments in the form of personal checks, cashier's checks or money orders (do not mail cash) can be mailed to Puyallup and Milton Municipal Court at:

Puyallup Municipal Court
929 E Main, Suite 120
Puyallup, WA 98372

*Please enclose a copy of your infraction or write your case, infraction or notice number on your check.

Phone or Online Payments

Please note that the online payment provider is not linked to the Court's case management system and cannot provide you with any case information or balances due. Payments made online or by phone (that are accepted) are usually receipted by the next business day.

 You may contact nCourt for all online payments and phone payments at 1-877-793-8935.  A service fee will apply.  

Accepted methods of payment:

  • All major credit cards
  • PayPal 
Note:  When contacting nCourt you must have your case, infraction or notice number in addition to the amount you are paying.  


If your account was sent to collections, you will need to contact the court to verify which agency has the account.

Dynamic Collectors can be reached at 800-464-3457.  Online payments for Dynamic Collectors can be made at DCI Payments.

Puget Sound Collections can be reached at 253-566-1800.  Online payments for Puget Sound Collections can be made at Pay PSC

NOTE:  If you make payment via NCOURT, Dynamic Collectors, or Puget Sound Collections, depending on your method of payment, processing can take two to 10 business days before the court is notified, plus an additional two business days before the state Department of Licensing or Department of Motor Vehicle  is updated.