Municipal Court Payments

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Cash, Check, or Credit Payments:

CHECKS: Make check payable to Wrightstown Municipal Court and mail to: Wrightstown Municipal Court, 352 High St., Wrightstown, WI 54180. You may pay in person during normal Village Hall hours of operation. There is also an after hours depository next to the entrance doors to village hall

CASH: Cash is also accepted at Village Hall, 352 High St, during normal business hours. Please provide small bills. Exact amount is preferred.

CREDIT: Credit card transactions can also be done at Village Hall, 352 High St., during normal business hours.

Please have a copy of your citation with your payment.

On Line Credit Card Payments:

Government Payment Services (GovPayNet) is a credit card company which provides the service of using your Discover Card, Mastercard, Visa, American Express credit card or a valid Debit Card to pay for a ticket or citation. There is a service fee added to all credit and debit card payments.

Payments can be made online by going to You will need the following information when you process a payment through Government Payment Services:

  • Citation/Ticket Number
  • Amount Owed
  • A valid Credit or Debit Card
  • Name
  • Address
  • Phone Number
  • Date of Birth
  • Zip code to the billing address of the card


You may make payment by phone. Call 1-888-604-7888 and a live operator can assist you.  Operators are available 24 hours a day / 7 days a week.

Should you have any questions regarding this service, you can contact GovPayNet at 1-888-604-7888.



If you do not pay your forfeiture according to your payment schedule, the Wrightstown Municipal Court could impose any of the following penalties:

  • Your citation(s) being turned over to the State Debt Collection program (SDC) thru the Department of Revenue.
  • Your driver’s license being suspended for 1-year or until paid in full.
  • Your forfeiture amount entered into the Tax Refund Interception Program (TRIP).
  • A Writ of Commitment entered for your incarceration into the Brown/Outagamie County Jail.
  • A Brown/Outagamie County Warrant entered for your incarceration into the Brown/Outagamie County Jail.