Pay your Fine

Traffic Ticket and Fines

Pay your traffic ticket:

  • Online at www.paytickets.ca
  • In person or by mail at 199 Larch Street, Suite 102, Sudbury, ON, P3E 5P9
  • By phone at 705-674-4455 extension 2299

Note: You have 15 days to select one option on the back of your ticket . If you do not select an option within 15 days, you are deemed not to be disputing the charge and the Court may convict you in your absence. Additional costs will be added. 

For more information on all the options available, please visit Fight a Ticket.

Parking Tickets and Fines

You will notice that there are two amounts listed on your ticket. If you pay your ticket within seven days of receiving it, you will pay the lower amount of the two. If you do not pay your ticket within seven days you will pay the set fine amount (the higher amount of the two). 

Pay your parking ticket:

  • Online 
  • In person at the Tom Davies Square One Stop Service (200 Brady Street) or any Citizen Service Center (cash, cheque, or debit only).
  • By mail – Tom Davies Square, One Stop Services, 200 Brady Street, PO Box 5000, STN A, Sudbury, ON, P3A 5P3

If your ticket is older than 75 days, or you have received a Notice of Fine and Due Date in the mail, the municipality is no longer responsible for collecting the funds for your parking ticket. To pay your parking ticket, payment will have to be processed by the Provincial Offences Court Office.

Make payment for parking tickets 75 days old:  

  • Online at www.paytickets.ca
  • In person or by mail at 199 Larch Street, Suite 102, Sudbury, ON, P3E 5P9
  • By phone at 705-674-4455 extension 2299

Note: If you have not paid your fine within the time indicated on your ticket, you will receive a Notice of Fine and Due Date advising you that payment for your fine is still outstanding. If you receive this notice, the options for payment listed above no longer apply and you will be required to pay your ticket with the Provincial Offences Court Office. 

If you were convicted in error through no fault of your own in the last 15 days and wish to reopen your matter, complete the Application for a Reopening.

Notice of Fine and Due Date

Once you have been convicted of a fine, you will receive a Fine and Due Date Notice by regular mail. The notice will provide information regarding your ticket number, type of charge and outstanding fine payment and options.

Failing to make payments on your fine may result in additional fees, suspension of your driver’s licence, garnishment of wages and involvement of third-party collection agencies.

Need more time to pay a fine

If you have been convicted of an offence and require more time to pay your fine, complete the Application for an Extension of Time to Pay. Your application will be reviewed within 5-10 business days. It is your responsibility to follow up with the Provincial Offences Court Office for the outcome of your application. For more information on how to complete the Application for an Extension of Time to Pay, contact the Provincial Offences Court Office by email at poacourt@greatersudbury.ca or by telephone at 705-674-4455 extension 2299. 

Convicted in Error

If you were convicted in error through no fault of your own in the last 15 days and wish to reopen your matter, complete the Application for a Reopening