OJD Courts ePay
is an online electronic payment service which allows you to make payments on most court cases and accounts. Please click on the above image to proceed with your payments.
- OJD Courts ePay accepts MasterCard, Visa credit cards, and debit cards.
- Payments are processed and recorded on your case within one business day.
- $1.50 processing fee will be assessed on each transaction to cover the costs of processing the online payment.
- Some cases require an appearance in Court.
- It may take as much as 10-15 days for a citation to be available for online payment.
All fines (the amount written on the front of your citation) are due ON or BEFORE the time of the first appearance, unless other arrangements have been made.
You may request a payment plan. You cannot set up the payment plan until the outcome (either your plea or the court judgment) in your case has been entered into the court record. You must wait approximately 14 days after the entry to be eligible to set up a payment plan. For information about payment plans, contact Collections 503-988.6279, option 4 OR you can come into the Multnomah County Courthouse, Room 103. Be sure to have your citation number.
Court Collection Fees Disclosure
If the court enters a monetary judgment against you, you have thirty (30) days in which to pay that judgment. If you do not pay that judgment within thirty (30) days, the law requires that additional fees be imposed.
Payment Schedule Fee:
- If the amount owed is less that or equal to $149.99, the extra fee is $50
- If the amount owed is at least $150, but not more than $399.99, the extra fee is $125
- If the amount owed is at least $400, the extra fee is $200
The Court accepts cash, checks, money orders and credit cards (Visa or MasterCard). Please have your citation number available when you call the traffic department (503.988.3235, Option 1) or when you come into the traffic department. If you want to mail a check or money order, make the check payable to “Circuit Court” and include your citation number on the check so the money can be posted correctly. Do not send cash through the mail. Address the envelope to the court location where you were cited to apear to. For mailing address see the Contact Information page.
Credit card payments can be made in person or by phone. Phone payments can ONLY be accepted if the named card holder is on the phone.