Paying Forfeitures and Citations

Paying a Forfeiture

Once a forfeiture has been ordered by the court, payments can be made as follows:
  • At the Menomonee Falls Municipal Court
  • With cash, personal check, or money order
  • With MasterCard, VISA, American Express, or Discover credit/debit cards
  • Telephone
  • Village Hall Drop Box located on the outside of the building to the left of the front door

Pay Your Citation/Ticket Online

You can now pay your court fees with a credit or debit card. This option is offered through Point & Pay. Point & Pay does charge a separate processing fee which will be generated before your payment. You will need your citation number. 

                                                               make a payment here
* On-line payments may take up to 48 hours to complete processing, including Driver License suspensions and warrants.
** A minimum convenience fee of $2.00 or 2.75% will be charged.



If you need more time to pay the forfeiture, a one time thirty (30) day extension may be approved by the court via telephone or in person. All other requests need approval in-person before the Municipal Judge at 6:00 pm on due date.

Failure to Pay

Citation fines that are not paid or contested before the court date will result in a guilty finding. A default notice will be mailed to your house advising fine amounts owed and due date.

Unpaid Citations

If you fail to pay a forfeiture as scheduled:
  • Your driver’s license can be suspended for up to one year or until the fine is paid
  • A commitment warrant can be issued for your arrest/jail sentence
  • A tax intercept of state refunds may be imposed

Suspended License

To reinstate your driver’s license:
  • Pay the outstanding forfeiture at the municipal court
  • Pay the reinstatement fee at the DMV
  • With no other pending suspensions, your license will be reinstated
Please note: Until you contact the DMV and follow these procedures your
license remains suspended.

Commitment Warrant

A warrant issued for your arrest is statewide. If a law enforcement officer for any reason stops you, a record check will alert the officer of the outstanding warrant.
  • The forfeiture must be paid immediately in order to cancel the warrant.
  • If you are unable to pay the amount due, you will be transported to the County Jail.