|Traffic Court – Failure to Pay Fines or Failure to Complete Community Service Work
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Civic Center, Hall of Justice, Room C-10
8:00am - 3:00pm
Once the Court has adjudicated an individual's case at a court hearing and has ordered that individual to pay a
fine, perform community service or comply with other sentencing requirements, failure to comply with these orders
will result in immediate sanctions by the Court, as follows:
- The Court will notify Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to place a HOLD on the issuance or renewal
of the driver's license and/or vehicle registration;
- Driving privilege suspension;
- Transfer to the Enhanced Court Collection (ECC) program which will take responsibility for collection of
this debt. For more information about ECC, please
- The Court will add a $300 civil assessment and other monetary sanctions to the amount owed.
Receipt of a notice from the DMV regarding a hold or suspension of driver's license or registration due to a violation
of Vehicle Code section 40508 indicates that the Court has reported the delinquent citation to DMV.
Violators may resolve delinquent violations by paying the increased amount of bail, which will include the civil assessment and other sanctions.
The Traffic Clerk's Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., except holidays. The
office is located on the Court Floor of the Marin County Civic Center Hall of Justice in Room C-10. For
directions to the Civic Center, please
The Marin County Civic Center has three drive-though arches. From the middle arch lobby only, take the
elevator to the "C" floor. After passing through security screening, go left to the end of the hall to Room
C-10. For individuals wishing to speak with a clerk in this office, please call (415) 444-7180 between 8:00
a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Calls are answered in the order received.
The mailing address is:
Marin County Superior Court - Traffic
P.O. Box 4988
San Rafael, CA 94913-4988
Spanish Language Services
The Traffic Clerk's Office has several Spanish speaking clerks to assist the public and some forms are also
available for review in Spanish. In court hearings, there is usually a Spanish language interpreter in the
courtroom to assist non-English speakers at these hearings.