Deferred Payment Plan
The Deferred Payment Program offers individuals the option to make monthly payments toward eligible financial obligations. Cases that include a citation that is suspending an individual's driver's license, cases that are on reporting probation, and obligations that have been placed with a collection agency are not eligible for placement on the Deferred Payment Program.
All additional court ordered obligations that are past due, such as court ordered schools or classes and community service hours, must be completed prior to enrollment in the program. Those with a future due date are not required to be completed before enrolling. There is a fee per case for the program, along with a required minimum down payment per case.
In addition to the program fee and required minimum down payment, all fees relating to suspensions or nonsufficient funds transactions must be paid prior to enrollment. If an individual enrolls in a Deferred Payment Plan between the 1st of the month and the 15th of the month, the payment will be due on the 10th. If the individual enrolls between the 16th of the month and the last day of the month, the payment will be due on the 20th.
For additional information, or to enroll in the program, please contact this office by email, telephone, or in person in one of our five branch locations.