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**The City of Clemson Municipal court uses nCourt, a third party vendor, for processing phone and online payments. nCourt charges a convenience fee for this service and the City of Clemson receives none of the proceeds from the above stated convenience fee.  The convenience fees are listed below in each payment type.

The City of Clemson does not charge any fee for cash, checks, cashiers check or money orders paid in person at the court or for checks and money orders mailed to the court.**

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You may pay your fine in person at the Court located in the City Hall Complex at the corners of Highways 76 and 123, Monday - Thursday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.. We accept cash, personal checks, money orders, cashier checks, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. If you choose to use a debit/credit card, a convenience fee of 3.5% will be assessed.*


Checks, money orders or cashiers check should be made payable to the City of Clemson and mailed to Clemson Municipal Court, 1250 Tiger Boulevard, Suite 3, Clemson, S.C. 29631.


Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover payments are accepted by calling (864) 653-2045, then press option 1, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you choose to pay by phone, a 7.0% convenience fee will be assessed for traffic citations and 
a 5.0% convenience fee will be assessed for parking citations.*


You may pay your fine online by going to  If you choose to pay online, a 7.0% convenience fee will be assessed for traffice citations and a 5.0% convenience fee will be assessed for parking citations.  Please allow 24 hours from the time you received a citation before trying to pay online*


Requests for a Scheduled Time Payment (STP) must be made in person and are authorized by the Judge only. If the Judge grants an STP, a form outlining the terms of payment will be provided to the payee.

*§14-1-214(A)of the S.C. Code of Laws, states:
Clerks of court, magistrates, and municipal court judges may:
(1) accept payment by credit card or debit card of a fine, fee, assessment, court cost, or other surcharge; and
(2) impose a fee for processing payment by credit card. Notwithstanding fees imposed by other provisions of law, the clerk of court, magistrate, and municipal court judge must impose a separate fee on the person making a payment by credit card that wholly offsets the amount of administrative fees charged to the court.