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Parking tickets left on your window may be paid in person at the Customer Service counter in City Hall during regular business hours, or online through Remit-Online (click here to pay online). If you were pulled over and/or issued a citation with a court date, DO NOT PAY your case through Remit-Online.
Webster Groves received $196,971.64 in Municipal Court fines in Fiscal Year 2021 and is estimated to receive $277,700 in Fiscal year 2022. Municipal Court Fines represent 1.6% of the City’s general fund revenue budget. Webster Groves revenue from municipal court fines is significantly below the 20% cap imposed by the State of Missouri.
The Municipal Court levies a variety of fines for violations of local traffic laws and other City Ordinances. All receipts are deposited in the General Fund. Municipal Court Fines are a product of the penal system. It is not the City's policy to maximize its government finances through the use of the judicial process; therefore Court Fines are not considered a targeted revenue source that the City strives to achieve.