If you are cited for a traffic violation, the court will mail you a “courtesy” notice at the address listed on the citation. Most questions will be answered with the information provided by the courtesy notice. Please allow approximately four weeks from the date you received your citation for the court to process your citation and mail a courtesy notice. You are still required to respond to your citation whether or not you receive a courtesy notice.
There are payment options to help avoid the inconvenience and time associated with coming to the courthouse. There may be an additional fee required for extended payment options. If you do not receive your courtesy notice or do not understand your options, you may come in person to the courthouse or inquire by phone or mail prior to your court date. If your appearance in court is required, your courtesy notice will indicate “Yes” next to the words “Must Go To Court.”
Credit card payments are accepted by phone or online. There is a service fee to pay by credit card. You will need to know your case number or citation number in order to use this service.
Phone Hours: Mon-Fri 4 AM – 9 PM and Sat-Sun 6 AM – 3 PM PST
Online: Pay Tickets Online – Fairfield, California, The Superior Court of California – County of Solano (ncourt.com)
Online Hours: 24/7
Your courtesy notice will indicate the amount due and the court due date. If you wish to pay the fine, you may do so by mailing a check or money order payable to “Solano Superior Court” along with your courtesy notice to the court address on the notice before your court due date. Each location also provides a DropBox to allow you to pay by depositing your check or money order with the courtesy notice. Do not deposit cash in the DropBox.
If your case is more than 30 days delinquent, it is possible it may have been referred to our collection agency. For payment information, you may contact GC Services.
If you’d like more information about the fee break down of your fine or bail, or if you can’t pay, these pages may be helpful.