The City of Toronto accepts online payments for provincial fines and tickets made through the payment platform provided on this page. The City is not affiliated with any other online payment platforms accepting payments for tickets, early resolutions or trial requests.

Provincial Offences

  • Speeding, trespassing, liquor, municipal bylaws or other statutes.

Red Light Camera

Automatic Speed Enforcement

Notice of Fine & Due Date Provincial Offences

  • Notice that a conviction has been entered and an outstanding court-ordered fine is due

Notice of Collection

GO Transit Parking Tickets

Pay your Provincial Offences Act fine, including defaulted fines, in person at one of the three Court Services’ locations in Toronto.

You can pay by cash, cheque, VISA, MasterCard, American Express, debit card and money order.

Please bring your payment notice or offence notice (ticket).

Note: For defaulted fines, you can pay by cash, certified cheque, VISA, MasterCard, American Express, debit card and money order.

Send your payment to:

Toronto Court Services
55 John Street
Toronto, Ontario
M5V 3C6

VISA, MasterCard and American Express are accepted for payment of fines including defaulted fines.

Cheques and money orders are payable to Toronto Court Services

Please do not send cash.

Note: Only certified cheques and money orders will be accepted for payment of defaulted fines and previously dishonoured (i.e. NSF) payments.

Payment Plans are now available for clients who have been convicted of an offence by the Court and given more than 30 days to pay their outstanding fine.


Under a payment plan clients will be able to make scheduled payment installments between the date of conviction and the fine due date provided by the Court, until the fine is paid in full.


Entering into a Payment Plan will not change the time to pay provided by the Court. 


For more information on Payment Plans and eligibility, please contact our Collections Unit at 416-338-0980 Monday to Friday – between the hours of 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.


Currently, payments will be accepted by Post-Dated Cheques only.


Important Notice:

Cheques that are returned NSF (Non-Sufficient Funds) will have a $40.00 fee added to the case for each cheque returned from the bank. Clients will be discontinued from the Payment plan if there has been two NSF payments within a one year period.


If full payment of the fine is not satisfied by the due date, collection activity and other enforcement action may occur.