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Payments

Simple, Secure Payment Options

State courts have several ways for you to make payments. To avoid added charges or the suspension of your driver's license, be sure to keep your payments up to date.

To make a payment, you have three options:

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OJD Courts ePay

OJD Courts ePay allows you to pay online for many types of court cases, including most traffic citations and many criminal & civil cases. You may find your amount due by searching by citation, case, or account numbers.

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Send via Mail

State circuit courts accept checks or money order by mail. When you are ready to make a payment, please include the following information:

  • Full name (as listed on the court paperwork)
  • Case number

If you do not have this information available, the court may still be able to help you.

Mail to:
UMATILLA COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT
216 SE Fourth Street
Pendleton, OR 97801
or
915 SE Columbia Drive
Hermiston, OR 97838

MORROW COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT
PO Box 609
Heppner, OR 97836
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Call or Visit Your Local Court

The majority of courts continue to take credit card information by phone as an acceptable form of payment. You may also make a payment in person at the circuit court in your county using cash, check, or credit card (the court accepts Visa, Master Card, and Discover).

When you are ready to make a payment, please have the following information available:

  • Full name (as listed on the court paperwork)
  • Case number

If you do not have this information available, the court may still be able to help you.

Phone: 541.278.0341
Courthouse Address:
Umatilla County Circuit Court
216 SE Fourth Street
Pendleton, OR 97801

Phone: 541.667.3020
Courthouse Address:
Stafford Hansell Government Center
915 SE Columbia Drive
Hermiston, OR 97838

Phone: 541.676.5264
Courthouse Address:
Morrow County Circuit Court
100 Court Street
Heppner, OR 97836

Additional payment information

Per ORS 1.202 and ORS 809.267, additional assessments or sanctions on your driving privileges may be added to delinquent accounts without further notice.

Criminal and some violation cases require a personal appearance.

If you wish to set up a payment plan or have additional questions, contact the court during business hours.

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