Payments and forms

Provincial court fine or ticket

Pay online

You will need your ticket or notice showing an offence number and amount due.

  • Use MasterCard® MasterCard Debit ® VISA® VISA Debit® (1.75% convenience fee) ;

Pay Provincial fine or ticket online

Pay suspended fine online via Service Ontario


Pay by mail

Please send cheque, or money order payable to City of Guelph; or send VISA®, Mastercard®, or AMEX® account information to:

Ontario Court of Justice
59 Carden Street
Guelph, ON, N1H 2Z9

Pay in person

Please do not mail cash or leave cash in after-hours drop box.

Parking ticket

Pay online

You will need your ticket number to pay a parking fine using VISA® or MasterCard® ($2.50 convenience fee applies)

Pay parking ticket online


Pay by mail

Please send cheque, or money order payable to City of Guelph; or send VISA® or  Mastercard® account information to:

Ontario Court of Justice
59 Carden Street
Guelph, ON, N1H 2Z9


City of Guelph, Parking Division
1 Carden Street
Guelph, ON N1H 3A1

Pay in person

Pay by cash, cheque, money order, VISA®, Mastercard® Interac® Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (drop box available after hours)

Please note: Failure to pay provincial offences fines by the due date may result in:

  • Suspension of your driver’s licence, and the imposition of a licence reinstatement fee
  • Refusal to renew a licence plate
  • Additional collection costs
  • Informing the Credit Bureau of the debt, which may affect your credit rating
  • Referral to a private collection agency for formal collection proceedings
  • Collection of the fine through further court action (small claims; writ of seizure and sale, and garnishment of wages) and/or through a collection agency
  • Addition to municipal tax roll
  • An additional administrative fee

When you mail your payment, you assume the consequences if, for any reason, the payment is not received by the Court Office by the due date.

Dishonoured cheques will be subject to an administrative charge which will be required to be paid in addition to the fine.

To confirm whether you have any unpaid fines, you may contact the Court Office at 519-826-0762.

Victim Fine Surcharge must be paid

 If you receive a fine, as a result of your court appearance, payment is required within the time period indicated by the Justice of the Peace.

Notices are sent by mail, but in the event that the notice is not received, it is your responsibility to pay the fine within the specified time period.

In addition to the fine specified by the Court, a victim fine surcharge, as required by the Provincial Offences Act, must be paid. The victim fine surcharge is in addition to the fine and goes into the Province’s Victims’ Justice Fund account. Please see the chart, below, to determine the amount owing. You are required to pay the total amount of the fine, plus applicable court costs and the victim fine surcharge.

Failure to pay the fine, and all associated surcharges and costs within the period of time specified by the Court, may result in your driver’s licence being suspended and/or further fine collection enforcement. Again, do not wait to receive the notice in the mail.

Victim Fine Surcharges
Fine range Surcharge payable
$0.00 – $50.00 $10.00
$51.00 – $75.00 $15.00
$76.00 – $100.00 $20.00
$101.00 – $150.00 $25.00
$151.00 – $200.00 $35.00
$201.00 – $250.00 $50.00
$251.00 – $300.00 $60.00
$301.00 – $350.00 $75.00
$351.00 – $400.00 $85.00
$401.00 – $450.00 $95.00
$451.00 – $500.00 $110.00
$501.00 – $1000.00 $125.00
Over $1000.00 25% of actual fine

Note: Ontario Regulation 161/00 pursuant to Section 60.1 of the Provincial Offences Act, provides the Legislative Authority for the victim fine surcharge.

To speed up the administrative process, Court Services has made some forms available online. Please print out the form you require, fill it out and bring it/mail it to the court office stated on your ticket.

Administration Office



  1. Application for Disclosure
  2. Client/Agent Authorization Form