Traffic Tickets, Ordinance Violations, Misdemeanors
Four convenient payment methods are offered for civil traffic, ordinance violations*, misdemeanors, county probation fees, pretrial supervision fees, civil judgments, existing payment plans, and court fees and fines.
- Online via nCourt (5% service fee)
For traffic tickets, call 239-271-3252 (6% service fee)
For other payment submissions, call 239-533-5000.
Mail to P.O. Box 2507, Fort Myers, FL 33902
In Person (2 locations)
Traffic citations relating to a driver license, vehicle registration/tag, insurance or equipment, must be paid in person or by mail.
Option to pay online may not be available for ordinance violations where a date of birth was not written on the ticket.
Payment Extensions and Plans for Tickets and Misdemeanors
A 30-day extension may be requested if unable to pay a county criminal or civil traffic citation in full by the initial deadline. Only one extension can be offered per case.
Payment plans are also available for customers who cannot pay their case in full or within the 30-day extension. Extended payment plans and community service are also offered for customers who are indigent. Fees and minimum payments are required. For details, contact the Clerk’s office.
A non-refundable transaction fee by nCourt.com will be applied. The Clerk’s office does not receive any part of this fee nor is your credit card information stored in our database.
Conditional Plea of No Contest
If you have received a traffic citation in Lee County that does not involve a traffic crash or a mandatory court appearance, you are eligible to submit a "Conditional Plea of No Contest" to the Court. Please email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org
If the Court accepts your Conditional Plea, the Court will withhold adjudication and impose any required resolution, but without any points on your record. You will then be given 90 days to comply with any resolution the Court imposes, including paying any amount due and/or attending driving school.
If for any reason the Court declines to accept your Conditional Plea, your case will be handled through the normal traffic ticket process -- that means it will be set on the Court's regular traffic pretrial docket, and you or your attorney will be required to appear to contest the citation. At that time, the Conditional Plea that you earlier submitted cannot be used as evidence against you. However, if you are found guilty of the violation, you may face points on your record.