8th DISTRICT COURT
You may pay civil infraction tickets for 8th District Court in person, by mail, by phone, or online.
Review your citation/ticket to make sure it shows an address of 8th District Court. View sample ticket. If the citation/ticket was issued outside Kalamazoo County you must contact the court for that county directly about their payment options.
Payment of a civil infraction is an acceptance of responsibility and waives your right to contest the citation. Do not proceed with payment if you wanted a hearing on the matter.
The Court accepts cash, check, money order, MasterCard, Visa, Discover (credit or debit cards), made payable to:
8th District Court. Cases/tickets which are suspended or owe restitution may
not be paid with personal check. Click here for court hours and locations.
You may pay by check or money order. Do not send cash.
Allow Time For Mailing - Payments must be received by the due date; therefore, you must allow time for mailing. Verify the address of the court is correctly written on the envelope.
Always include the following with your payment:
- Signed copy of your ticket
- Your First/Middle/Last Name (clearly written)
- Your complete address and telephone number (including area code).
- The First/Middle/Last Name of the person for whom you are paying, if it is someone other than yourself.
- The ticket number or case number the payment is intended for. If you do not have that information, contact the court.
Make check or money order payable to 8th District Court and mail to 150 East Crosstown Parkway, Kalamazoo MI 49001
Payments in full may be made by credit and debit card online by:
e.courts.michigan.gov State of Michigan Online Ticket Payment System on our website
Note: At this time, only civil infraction traffic tickets can be paid online. If the civil infraction is in bench warrant status or is a parking violation that resulted in a license hold, it is not payable online.
You may contact the Court at (269) 384-8171 and provide credit card information for payment. We do not set up recurring credit card payments. If you are on a payment plan, please contact the Court each time to make a payment.