Payments & Collections

Payments


If you wish to pay your fines/fees in full; payments may be made with cash, check, money order or debit/credit card at the front counter during normal business hours.  Payments may also be accepted via mail using check or money order made payable to Des Moines Municipal Court.  You can also pay your fines online using the NCourt link below. Please include your citation number on all checks/money orders.  DO NOT SEND CASH!

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If you wish to setup time to pay for your infraction citation, without a hearing, you may come into the court within fifteen days of issuance of the citation and sign a payment agreement form.  A minimum monthly payment will be established as well as a payment schedule.



Collections


If your citation has been selected for collections, but not yet assigned to a collection agency you may: pay your fine in full including the penalty or contact Signal Credit Management Services at (800) 874-1958 for payment arrangements.

If your account was assigned to a collection agency you need to contact AllianceOne at (800)456-8838 or visit their website.  If you have a suspended license due to unpaid tickets, you may be eligible for a re-licensing program.  Contact AllianceOne for more information.

Unified Payment (UP) Program

Setting you UP to succeed!

Is your license suspended due to multiple traffic tickets in multiple courts in King County? Then the UP Program is for you! 

If you have tickets in:



Algona Enumclaw Maple Valley Sammamish
Auburn Federal Way Medina SeaTac
Bellevue Hunts Point Mercer Island Seattle
Black Diamond Issaquah Newcastle Shoreline
Bothell Kenmore Normandy Park Skykomish
Burien Kent North Bend Snoqualmie
Carnation King County Pacific Tukwila
Clyde Hill Kirkland Redmond Woodinville
Des Moines Lake Forest Park Renton Yarrow Point
Duvall      

These courts are participants in the UP Program, allowing a consolidated payment plan for people with fines in multiple courts in King County. (People with fines in only one jurisdiction should contact that court for information on their relicensing program.) 

Here’s how it works:

• Court customers with suspended licenses – due to failure to respond/pay – contact a court where they have fines; they will receive the necessary documentation needed to complete the online application.
• Using the documentation provided by the court, the customer will submit an online application.
• Once the payment agency receives the first installment, participating courts will be notified and they will notify the Washington State Department of Licensing that the hold can be removed from the person’s driver’s license.
• For more information, please contact any King County Municipal or District Court.

To Make an UP Payment: