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Municipal Court Payment Information

Payments in person:
You may make payments in person at 205 Government Plaza on the ground floor at the Municipal Court Payment Window. You must have exact change for payments, the courts are unable to provide change for your payment. 

Pay by phone: 866-222-3291

Online Payments:
2.    Select Services
3.    Select Pay Tickets Online

  • Partial payments will be accepted online 
  • Visa and MasterCard are accepted 

You are highly advised to maintain ALL receipts from payments into the Court. 

Payments by US Postal Service:

Mobile Municipal Court 
PO BOX 2446 
Mobile AL 36652

  • Please send a self-addressed return empty envelop with a stamp to have your receipt and updated payment information returned to you. 
  • The ONLY forms of payment that will be processed by mail are Money Order or Cashier’s Check. 

You are highly advised to maintain ALL receipts from payments into the Court. 

Parking Ticket
Parking tickets are not a function of or under the jurisdiction of Mobile Municipal Court. 

Payment of Citation:

Appeal a parking violation: 
Give your citation number and an explanation for why you want the citation voided. You will be contacted by email soon with a decision on your appeal.

Pay by Mail (Do not mail cash)

Mail to:
Republic Parking
300 Dauphin St
Mobile, AL 36602

Make check or Money Order payable to:
City of Mobile

**Write your Ticket Number AND Plate Number on the front of your Check or Money Order to ensure proper credit.**

Traffic Related Information 

A Defendant charged with a traffic infraction may within 7 days, no later than 24 hours prior to the given court date:

  • Appear in person before a Judge or Magistrate, plea guilty, and pay the court ordered monies. 
    • Forms of payment are cash, money order, cashier check, VISA, MASTERCARD
  • Sign under the “Plea of Guilty/Wavier of Rights” section on the back of, or accompanying, the ticket, and mail the ticket and the amount of the fine and costs to the clerk of the court. Remittance by mail of the fine and costs constitutes a guilty plea and waiver of trial, whether or not the “plea of Guilty/Wavier of Rights” section is or is not signed by the Defendant.