If you get a ticket, check the back for your payment options. 

Please note - the ticket states that payment is due in 15 days, but our Court provides an additional 29 days for a total of 44 calendar days before conviction.
 

You can pay your fine:

Online Payments: Payments for 19 character only files can be paid on-line with  VISA or Mastercard at www.paytickets.ca
 

By Telephone:  Payments can be paid by phone with VISA Debit or Mastercard Debit or by  Mastercard  or VISA credit cards:

County of Lennox & Addington
Provincial Offences Office
Telephone: 613.354.1672



By Mail: Payments can be paid by mail with cheque, money order, VISA or Mastercard. Remember to include your offence number and credit card information (Download Ticket Payment Form):

County of Lennox & Addington
Provincial Offences Office
97 Thomas St., E.
Napanee, ON K7R 4B9

 

By Fax: Payments can be paid by fax with VISA or Mastercard. Remember to include your offence number and credit card information:

County of Lennox & Addington
Provincial Offences Office
Fax: 613-354-3608

 

In-person: Payments can be made at the Provincial Offences counter between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday (excluding holidays).  Please enter at the back entrance and proceed through the arches on the main floor.  Visitors must self-screen for symptoms of COVID-19 and not physically attend if they are unwell.

County of Lennox & Addington
Provincial Offences Office
97 Thomas St., E.
Napanee, ON K7R 4B9

 

Having trouble paying your ticket? Call 613-354-1672

If you choose not to pay your ticket or haven’t done so within 15 days of receiving a Part 1 Ticket, you MUST choose one of the three options that are explained on the reverse of the ticket.

  
1. Plea of Guilty Payment Out of Court

You are pleading guilty to the offence and must pay the ticket amount in full following the payment options above.
 

2. Plea of Guilty with an Explanation or a Walk-In Guilty Plea

You have the opportunity to plead guilty and explain your situation before a Justice of the Peace in Napanee.  You may be given a lower fine amount or have a longer time to pay it, but the charge itself cannot be reduced (e.g., a speeding charge of 20 kilometres over the limit cannot be reduced to 15 kilometres).    You can submit this plea on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. at the County Memorial Building, 41 Dundas Street West, Napanee, ON.  No appointment is required.

What about demerit points?  The Justice of the Peace cannot change or delete demerit points applied to the charge.

 

3. Trial (plead Not Guilty or Guilty of a Lesser Charge within 15 days of the Ticket Date)

First, sign under Option 3 on the back of your ticket, and verify your address and file with the court office at the address stated on the back of the ticket. Then, mail in the original offence notice (photocopies or NIA’s (Notice of Intention to Appear) are not acceptable). If you need an interpreter, provide the language that needs interpreting and your contact information so an interpreter can be scheduled.

You will receive a notice of Early Resolution with the date and time of your meeting. To see the trial status of your submitted offence notice utilize Provincial Case Look Up at ontario.ca/ticketsandfines.

If you receive a Summons with a court date, you must appear in court at that time.

What happens if you don’t appear for your court date? Not appearing for your court date means a trial could be scheduled to proceed in your absence or a warrant issued for your arrest, depending on the seriousness of the charge.
 

Requests for Disclosure

If you have already requested a trial and require disclosure please complete the Request for Disclosure form here. For a downloadable form click here and submit by email or by fax to the Trial Coordinator at 613.354.3608.