Ticket Information

Traffic Offenses & Ordinance Violations

If you wish to admit or plead no contest to your ticket(s) and pay without coming to Court, you may do so for certain offenses. Click here (link to go to fines & cost page where these are listed) to see which ordinance and infraction violations you may pay without coming to Court.

To admit or plead no contest to your ticket, please sign the back of your copy of the ticket(s) and mail to the Court, together with your payment, before your scheduled Court appearance OR you may pay your ticket online here. Admitting or pleading no contest to the charge(s) will result in an entry of judgment against you. All judgments will be certified to the Commissioner of the
Bureau of Motor Vehicles or the state where you received a license to drive.

Payment Options

You may pay your ticket by mail, on line or in person before your court date. You must wait at least 10 days after receiving your ticket to contact the Court or to pay online. Please wait at least 10 days after receiving the ticket to pay or contact the court.


Please make the check or money order payable to:

Zionsville Town Court

1100 West Oak Street

Zionsville, IN 46077

In Person

If you choose to pay in person – personal check, cashier’s check or money order are accepted.  Payments can be made on Tuesdays and Thursday between 10:00am to 2:00pm at Zionsville Town Hall (address below).  Payments may also be placed in the green drop box in the Town Hall parking lot outside of these hours listed.

Zionsville Town Hall
1100 West Oak Street
Zionsville, IN 46077


Use a debit or credit card to pay online.

Appearing in Court

If you choose to plead not guilty, you must appear for your scheduled Court appearance. This is your initial appearance, the officer is not required to be present at this hearing, and charges will not be dropped if officer is not present at initial hearing. A trial date will then be assigned for a later date.

There are certain offenses for which you must appear in Court:

  • Speeding 26 or more miles per hour over the limit
  • Driving While Suspended
  • Passing School Bus While Loading or Unloading
  • Failure to Provide Proof of Financial Responsibility
  • Speeding in a Worksite Zone or School Zone
  • Anyone under 18 years of age
  • Any offense for which you are told to personally appear by the arresting officer or court personnel


If you have had no moving violations within the last 2 years, you may qualify for a Deferral Program. Contact the Court Clerk for details.

Failure to Appear

Failure to appear or pay by the date indicated on your ticket will result in License Suspension until the case is cleared.