Community Service Fee Payments
The site is used for making payments for community service and other allocated fees. Please refer to your statement for the information needed for making a payment online.
Browser and Site Requirements
- Do not bookmark any part of this application process.
The following web browsers are supported:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 or higher
- Mozilla Firefox (most current version)
- Google Chrome (most current version)
- Safari (most current version)
Notice: There is a convenience fee for using the online service. Use of our online service is voluntary. There is no convenience fee for regular payments made to the Washington County Community Corrections by check or cash. Such payments may be made in our office or by mail.
Look for the Lock
Washington County has taken steps to ensure your transaction is secure. You should look for a small padlock icon in one of the lower corners of your browser or in the address bar. If you do not see the Lock, then you should contact the manufacturer of your browser for technical support.
Online Payment Steps
The steps below describe the process for paying your community service fee online.
Step 1: Read and understand this page. If you do not meet the technical requirements for using this site, you cannot make a payment online.
Step 2: Case Search - You will look up your case number to verify your name and amount due.
Step 3: Case Verification - When you submit the search, you will be presented with a form that shows your name, the case number, full name, and amount due. Select your payment type:VISA/MC, Discover, American Express, Debit, or e-check.
Step 4: Payment Information Entry - This and remaining forms are hosted by our payment processing center. Please enter the Case Number as it appears on your judgment.
Step 5: Payment Confirmation - You will verify that all of the billing information is correct. In the event that a change needs to be made, there is a button which allows you to go back and make changes. If all is correct, submit the form for processing of your payment.
Step 6: Receipt - This is a record of the transaction. Print the Receipt page for your records.
To make a VISA, MASTERCARD or e-check payment, click on the Go to Case Search button below.