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Traffic Division COVID-19 Information & Update
Modified lobby and phone hours are 8:00a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Monday through Friday, excluding court holidays. Please call 707-521-6680 during these hours to speak with a clerk.
Traffic Division Building and Department Closures
Limit access will be granted to the Traffic clerk’s office beginning June 1st, 2020.
Traffic Division Related Information & Frequently asked questions
- Can I enter the clerk’s office at this time?
Limited access will be granted for individuals with pending traffic matters to enter the traffic clerk’s office. Only one person per case will be allowed to enter the clerk’s office, with the exception of juvenile traffic cases.
- What happens to my case if the pay or appear date expires during the court closure?
All traffic cases have been given a 60 extension from the pay or appear date.
- Can I file a Trial by Written Declaration or Request for a Court Trial?
Documents will be accepted via mail or drop box.
- How do I pay my traffic fine during the court?
You can make your payment by mail to 600 Administration Drive, Santa Rosa, CA 95403; Online by clicking here, or leaving it in the drop box located at 600 Administration Drive, Santa Rosa, CA at the Traffic/Criminal check in table.
- Am I required to appear for my hearing that is scheduled March 16th-May 29th?
- All traffic hearings set between March 16th and May 29th have been re-scheduled. You will receive a notice via the USPS with your new hearing date. Please be advised all hearings will be held virtually. Please contact the court.
- If I call the court, will there be someone available to answer my call?
- Traffic clerks will be available to answer calls during the hours of 8:00 am to 12:00 pm.
- I heard there may be a new Bail Schedule, is that true?
- There is an Emergency Bail Schedule Order. Please click here to access
- Is the Court filing traffic citations?
- Yes. You should receive a courtesy notice via the USPS once your citation is filed.