❄❄❄ 2019 Municipal Court Holiday Hours❄❄❄
The Court office will be closed 12/24/2019 through 1/1/2020.
We will reopen the Court office on 1/2/2020.
If you need to make a payment, you can pay online or leave a deposit in the drop box (see Payment Information). We apologize for any inconvenience.
The Court processes payments for MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE and TRAFFIC CITATIONS. Payments for PARKING CITATIONS are processed by the Middleton Police Department. Click here for information on paying parking tickets.
FAILURE TO PAY: Failure to make payment or request a poverty hearing within 60 days of your court date may result in: the suspension of your driving privileges for up to one year; having the outstanding amount certified through the Department of Revenue; having the matter referred to a collection agency; or being incarcerated in the county jail for a period of up to 90 days. If you are unable to pay the fine within the 60 days, you must contact the Municipal Court to arrange a payment plan or request a poverty hearing.
To request a poverty (indigency) hearing, you may use this form. Submit the form to the court by mail, in person, or by email.
To request a payment plan, please complete and submit this form to the court by mail, in person, or by email.
If you failed to pay the fine by the due date, your debt may be referred to one of the following (refer to the tabs below for more information). If you are unsure or need assistance, please call the court office at (608) 824-7370.
- State Debt Collection (SDC)
- Tax Refund Interception Program (TRIP)
- Stark Collection Agency
- Municipal & Traffic Citations
- Parking Citations
- State Debt Collection
- Tax Refund Interception Program
- Stark Collection Agency
Cash – Please do not send cash in the mail.
Check or Money Order – Checks or money orders should be made payable to the “City of Middleton”. If you mail in payment, be sure to include your citation number.
Credit or Debit Card – Please be aware a convenience fee will be applied.
In Person - Payments can be made in person at the Court Clerk’s office located at 7341 Donna Drive in Middleton during normal business hours: Monday thru Friday from 7:45am to 4:30pm, except observed holidays. Outside of normal business hours, you may deposit payment in the drop box located in the main entrance. Envelopes are provided above the drop box for your convenience.
By Mail - Please DO NOT SEND CASH. Make checks or money orders payable to “City of Middleton” and include your citation number. Mail payments to:
Middleton Municipal Court
7341 Donna Drive
Middleton, WI 53562
Online - Payments can be made online by credit or debit card through Payment Service Network, a third party agency. Payment Service Network assesses a convenience fee. Please note that this online service applies to fees associated with municipal or traffic citations, not parking citations.
By Phone - Payments can be made by credit or debit card over the phone using Payment Service Network, a third party agency. Call 1-866-917-7368 and select option 1. Payment Service Network assesses a convenience fee. Please note that this online service applies to fees associated with municipal or traffic citations, not parking citations.
You must pay fees associated with parking citations directly to the Middleton Police Department, not the Middleton Municipal Court. The Middleton Police Department allows you to pay fees by credit/debit card via their online Payment Site, or in person at the Middleton Police Department’s Records Office located at 7341 Donna Drive, Middleton, WI, 53562.
For more information regarding payment, please contact the Middleton Police Department’s Records Office at (608) 824-7360.
If you failed to pay your municipal or traffic citation fee by the due date, your debt may be referred to the State of Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR) through the State Debt Collection (SDC) Initiative. If your debt was referred, the Middleton Municipal Court is no longer able to accept payment. You must contact DOR directly to make/arrange payment.
Wisconsin Department of Revenue
PO Box 8901
Madison, WI 53708-8901
Phone: (608) 264-0345
If your debt has been referred to the State Department of Revenue’s Tax Refund Interception Program (TRIP), you must contact TRIP to make/arrange payment. The court can no longer accept payment.
WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
PO Box 8910
Madison, WI 53708-8910
Phone: (608) 264-0344
Fax: (608) 261-6226
If you failed to pay your municipal/traffic citation fee by the due date, your debt may be referred to the H.E. Stark Collection Agency. You must contact the agency to arrange payment. The Municipal Court can no longer accept payment.
Contact the H.E. Stark Collection Agency at (608) 274-7764.