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Make a Payment to the Court

Pay Online

MAKE AN ONLINE PAYMENT
NOTE: Use with Internet Explorer web browser only.

Our computer site, your identity and your information are secure and protected. This transaction will be posted to your credit card account and an electronic receipt will be emailed to you.

NOTE: You cannot post bail online.

  • To post bail for a person who has been arrested, see Posting Bail.
  • To post bail for an outstanding warrant, go to the nearest court.

Pay by Mail

You may pay by mailing a check or money order to the court where the case was filed.  For a list of courts, addresses, and contact numbers, see Court Directory.

Important:  Make your check or money order payable to “State of Alaska” and include the case or ticket number on your check or money order.

Pay in Person

You may also pay in person with cash, personal check, money order, VISA, or MasterCard at any court location.

Important:  Make your check or money order payable to “State of Alaska” and include the case or ticket number on your check or money order.

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Costs that Must be Paid to Another Agency

The following costs must be paid to another agency:

Type of Cost
Jail Surcharge
Cost of Imprisonment
Cost of Appointed Counsel
Forfeited Unsecured Bond
Restitution Due to the Municipality of Anchorage
Delinquent Fines & Surcharges
Fines & surcharges that were not paid to the court by the due date are transferred for collection.

To determine if you have costs that have been transferred to another agency for collection, do one of the following:

For Criminal, Underage Consuming, and Minor Offense Cases:

  1. Go to CourtView.
  2. Enter your case number or name and click Search.
  3. On the Search Results screen, click the green Pay button.
  4. The name and contact information for the collection agency is listed on this page.

Note: If your minor offense ticket is not listed, see Why Your Ticket Is Not Listed

For Civil, Probate, Adoption, Delinquency, or Child in Need of Aid Cases:

  • Costs ordered in these cases cannot be paid online.
  • To pay restitution ordered in one of these cases, make payment through the court's Restitution Unit.
  • To pay cost of appointed counsel, make payment through Account Control Technology Inc.

For Post-Conviction Relief Cases:

  • Costs ordered in these cases cannot be paid online.
  • To pay cost of appointed counsel, make payment to the collection office for the State of Alaska or Municipality or City that is listed on the Judgment for Cost of Appointed Counsel. See chart below for collection office contact information.
Collection Offices Address and Phone Pay Online
State of Alaska Account Control Technology, Inc.
PO Box 9025
Renton WA 98057
1-888-830-7770
ACTEZPay.com
Municipality of Anchorage Treasury Department
632 West Fifth Avenue Suite 330
Anchorage AK 99501
(907) 343-6663
Municipal Treasury Department
City and Borough of Juneau City Hall
155 South Seward Street
Juneau AK 99801
(907) 586-5268
Finance Department
City of Fairbanks City Hall
800 Cushman Street
Fairbanks AK 99701
(907) 459-6715
 
Fairbanks North Star Borough Borough Clerk's Office
Physical Address: 907 Terminal Street Fairbanks AK 99701
Mailing Address: PO Box 71267 Fairbanks AK 99707
(907) 459-1401
 
City and Borough of Sitka Finance Department
100 Lincoln Street
Sitka AK 99835
(907) 747-3294
City of Ketchikan City Hall
334 Front Street
Ketchikan AK 99901
(907) 225-3111
City of Kodiak City Hall
710 Mill Bay Road
Kodiak AK 99615
(907) 486-8650
City of Dillingham City Hall
Physical Address: 141 Main Street Dillingham AK
Mailing Address: PO Box 889 Dillingham AK 99576
(907) 842-5211
Petersburg Borough Petersburg Finance Department
Mailing Address: PO Box 329 Petersburg, AK 99833
(907) 772-4425

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Criminal and Underage Alcohol Cases: Fines, Surcharges and Other Costs

You may pay your fine, surcharge, and restitution online with a credit card, by mail, or in person at any court. Some costs may have been transferred for collection.

Pay Online

MAKE AN ONLINE PAYMENT
NOTE: Use with Internet Explorer web browser only.

Our computer site, your identity and your information are secure and protected. This transaction will be posted to your credit card account and an electronic receipt will be emailed to you.

Pay by Mail

You may pay by mailing a check or money order to the court where the case was filed.  For a list of courts, addresses, and contact numbers, see Court Directory.

Important:  Make your check or money order payable to “State of Alaska” and include the case or ticket number on your check or money order.

Pay in Person

You may also pay in person with cash, personal check, money order, VISA, or MasterCard at any court location.

Important:  Make your check or money order payable to “State of Alaska” and include the case or ticket number on your check or money order.

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Records Request Fee

For information on requesting copies of case files and audio recordings of court hearings, see Request Copies. If you request to pay the copy costs online, the clerk will email you instructions on how to pay online for the copy costs. Click here to pay for copy costs: MAKE AN ONLINE PAYMENT

Important: You must use the case number ending in CCEPAY included in the instructions sent to you. For example: 3AN-17-00001CCEPAY

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Fee for Motion to Modify

Fee for Motion to Modify: Child Custody, Visitation, or Support and Motion to Modify Spousal Maintenance or Property Allocation

Upon notice from the court that you owe a filing fee for a Motion to Modify (child custody, visitation, child support or spousal support or property allocation, you can pay the $50 filing fee online: MAKE AN ONLINE PAYMENT

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Important Information About Traffic and Other Minor Offense Tickets

Important: If you were issued a ticket for one of the following types of offenses, you must appear in court on the date and time listed on your ticket. If you fail to appear, a warrant may be issued for your arrest.

  • Criminal Offense
  • Under 21 Refusal/Driving Offense

The following information applies if you were issued a ticket for a "minor offense":

Optional Court Appearance Tickets

If your ticket indicates that your offense is an "optional court appearance" offense and is payable to the court, within 30 days you must:

  1.  Plead "No Contest" and pay the listed fine and surcharge within. By pleading no contest, you give up your rights listed below.
     You may MAKE AN ONLINE PAYMENT or pay the fine as explained at How to Make a Payment, or
  2.  Ask for a trial by filing a plea of Plea of "Not Guilty" with the court, or
  3.  Ask the court for a hearing date to appear in court to have a judge explain the charges and your rights to you before you
     enter a plea. (This is NOT a trial.)

By entering a plea of "No Contest", you are giving up your rights as follows:

  1.  The right to remain silent.
  2.  The right to hire an attorney to represent me in court.
  3.  The right to request a postponement of my court appearance.
  4.  The right to a public and speedy trial before a judge or magistrate without a jury.
  5.  The right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty.
  6.  The right to confront and question witnesses against me.
  7.  The right to testify on my own behalf.
  8.  The right to have subpoenas issued to compel witnesses to appear at my trial.

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Correctable Offenses

If your ticket indicates that your offense is a "correctable offense" and is payable to the court, within 30 days you must:

  1.  Show proof that the deficiency has been corrected as explained on your ticket, or
  2.  Pay the ticket as explained at How to Make a Payment, or
  3.  Ask for a trial by filing a plea of Plea of "Not Guilty” with the court., or
  4.  Ask the court for a hearing date to appear in court to have a judge explain the charges and your rights to you before you
     enter a plea. (This is NOT a trial.)

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Mandatory Court Appearance

If your ticket indicates that your offense requires a mandatory court appearance, you must appear in court or submit a plea of not guilty as explained on your ticket. You cannot pay the ticket online until you have appeared in court.

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Why Your Ticket is Not Listed

There may be several reasons why your ticket is not listed in CourtView:

  • Verify that you entered your name or ticket number exactly as it is listed on the ticket.
  • Verify whether your ticket is payable to the court or to the city. See City Tickets for further information.
  • The ticket may not yet have been filed with the court or entered into the case management system. You can either check back in a few days to pay online or you can mail your plea and check to the address listed on the ticket.
  • Cases involving Minor Consuming, Possessing, Controlling or On Premises Offenses are not published online.

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Minor Consuming, Possessing, Controlling or On Premises Offenses

If you were charged with one of the following offenses on or after October 4, 2016, your case will not be listed in CourtView *:

State or City Offense
State AS 04.16.049(h): Unauthorized Persons Under 21 On Alcohol Premises
State AS 04.16.050(a): Minor Consuming, Possessing, or Controlling Alcohol
Utqiagvik BCO09.14.010(A): Possession or Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages by Persons Under the Age of 21
Craig CrMC5.04.040: Access Under 21 Licensed Premises

AS = Alaska Statute

You must do one of the following:

  1. Appear in court on the date/time listed on the ticker, or
  2. Submit a plea of not guilty before the court date as explained on your ticket

If the judge ordered you to pay a fine, you may not pay the fine online. You may pay your fine and surcharge at any court location or mail a check or money order to the court where the citation was filed. For a list of courts, addresses, and contact numbers, see Court Directory.

* Alaska Statute 04.21.078 provides: “The Alaska Court System will not publish on a publicly available website the court records of a violation of AS 04.16.049 or 04.16.050, or a similar ordinance of a municipality, if the violation was charged separately and was not joined with any other minor offense or criminal charge at the time of filing. Offenses charged before October 4, 2016, will remain online.”

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Posting Bail

  • You cannot post bail online at this time.
  • To post bail for an outstanding warrant, go to the nearest Court
  • To post bail for a person who has been arrested:

Outside Court Hours:

  • Bail may be posted only at the JAIL where the defendant is being held or at any Court.

During Court Hours:

  • Bail may be posted at either the JAIL where defendant is located or at any Court.

Exception: The jails in the following locations do not accept bail during court hours:

  • Glenallen
  • Kake
  • Ketchikan
  • Petersburg
  • Prince of Wales
  • Tok
  • Wrangell

If a defendant is in jail in one of these locations, bail may be posted only at the Court during court hours.

Form of Payment: Check with the jail or court to find out what form of payment is accepted (cash only, money orders only, credit card, etc.)

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City Tickets

ANCHORAGE

  • Anchorage Police Department: Recent traffic tickets issued by the Anchorage Police Department must be paid directly to APD: 4501 S Bragaw, Anchorage, AK 99507.
    APD ticket numbers begin with the letter “A." Example: A1234567
  • Anchorage Parking Tickets:
    • Parking citations issued within the Municipality of Anchorage can be paid online to the EasyPark.
    • Parking citations issued by Diamond Parking can be paid online to Diamond Parking Service.

FAIRBANKS

  • Fairbanks Police Department: Recent traffic tickets issued by the Fairbanks Police Department must be paid directly to the Fairbanks City Clerk's Office: 800 Cushman St, Fairbanks, AK 99701.
    FPD ticket numbers begin with the letter "F." Example: F1234567
  • Fairbanks Parking Authority tickets must be paid directly to the Fairbanks Parking Authority: PO BOX 70784, Fairbanks, AK 99707

CORDOVA

Police Department, PO Box 1210, Cordova AK 99574

CRAIG

Craig Police Department, 506 Second Street, Craig AK 99921
Phone: (907) 826-3330

JUNEAU

  • For citations OTHER than those issued by Juneau Police Department, by mail or in person pay at: 155 S. Seward Street, Juneau or pay online at https://www.officialpayments.com (a 3% fee is charged)
  • Note: Citations issued by Juneau Police Department are filed with the court.
    You can pay the court online at: MAKE AN ONLINE PAYMENT

KENAI

City of Kenai - 210 Fidalgo Avenue, Kenai AK 99611

KETCHIKAN (CITY)

City Offices - 334 Front Street, Ketchikan, AK 99901

KETCHIKAN GATEWAY BOROUGH

1900 First Avenue, Ketchikan, AK 99901 Or pay online at: MAKE AN ONLINE PAYMENT

PETERSBURG

Petersburg Police Department - 16 S Nordic Dr, PO Box 329, Petersburg, AK 99833

SITKA

Sitka Police Department, 304 Lake St, Sitka AK 99835
or
City & Borough of Sitka, 100 Lincoln St, Sitka AK 99835

WRANGELL

Wrangell Police Department, Wrangell Public Safety Building, 1st Floor PO Box 1168, Wrangell AK 99929


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