The clerk works to make payment as convenient as possible, understanding that life is busy with family and work obligations.

Payments may be made in-person during payment hours, left in the After Hours Drop Box, processed online, or mailed to the clerks' office. Please note:

  • Ordinances associated with an accident report or drivers license issue require a court appearance and are not eligible to be paid by waiver.
  • Proof of insurance must be submitted prior to making your online payment as explained in the Payment Procedure Checklist.

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Payment Procedure Checklist

You will need the following information to be able to successfully process your ticket payment:

  1. Original ticket with defendant's signature on back of ticket
  2. Check or money order
  3. Proof of insurance (if required): If you must submit proof of insurance to the court, please fax the Declaration Page or ID Card to (330) 971-5653 before your online payment is made. The document must show coverage that includes the date of the citation and the cited vehicle.

Places to Pay

Drop Box

The Drop Box may be accessed 24/7 in the Police Department lobby, located on the north side of the municipal building at 2310 Second Street.


Waiverable fees, with the exception of parking tickets, may be processed through the Cuyahoga Falls Mayor's Court Online Docketing & Ticket Payment System. Enter your last name only into the system which will simplify your search.

Please note that a processing fee is applied by the credit card company when paying with credit or debit in online transactions.

Mail In

Mail your payment and associated paperwork to 2310 Second Street, Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221. Mark it to the attention of Mayor's Court. Please note that mailed payments must be received and paid-in-full by the appearance date on your ticket.

Accepted Forms of Payment

  • Cash
  • Check or Money Order
  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • Discover Card

Please note that a processing fee is applied by the credit card company when paying with credit or debit for both over-the-counter and online transactions.

Fee rates are outlined on the Payment Schedule. Contact the clerk's office with additional questions.