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Payments can be made online, in person, or by mailing your payment in to the Court Office. Please review our payment options page for more details.
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 almost $639,000 last year in traffic ticket revenue. That is approximately 4% of the City’s general fund budget. The City is significantly below the statewide cap of 20%.
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.