You can now pay your traffic fines and Department of Natural Resources fines securely online using a credit or debit card.
To choose this optional payment method have your citation number, your state driver's license number, and your credit or debit card number.
Convenience Fees & Accepted Payment Types
Convenience fees will apply for online payments. These fees are imposed and collected by ICON Software Corporation for the use of the service and do not go to Hall County Government. Credit/Debit cards accepted are VISA®, MasterCard®, and AMERICAN EXPRESS®.
Your citation number is the number shown on your citation in the upper right corner. The wording may appear slightly different depending on which agency issued your citation, but the citation number will always be in the upper right corner.
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Adjustments, Errors or Warrants
Not all offenses are eligible to be paid online. In certain cases, valid registration or licensing may result in an adjustment to your fine amount. If you believe an error or adjustment needs to be addressed, you may contact the Clerk's Office at 770-531-7066 or visit the office in person. You cannot pay your fine online if you have missed your court date AND a warrant has already been issued. You must call the Clerk's Office for payment options.
Lost Your Citation Copy?
You can call or visit the Clerk's Office for information regarding court dates, citation numbers, and other similar questions. if you have lost your copy of the actual citation issued, please have your state driver's license number, approximate date of citation, and other personal identity information available when you call or visit.
Acknowledgment & Acceptance
By submitting your traffic violation payment online you hereby enter your electronic, rather than personal appearance in the court case resulting from the violation charged on the written citation, of which you have received a copy. You understand that by paying your fine and not personally appearing before the court you are waiving any right that you might have had to a trial by judge or jury and to be represented by counsel. You further understand that by paying the fine, you have pled guilty to the offense as charged.