In an effort to better serve the public, the Irondequoit Town Court accepts payment online*. Please note that online payments are available for traffic infractions and parking violations ONLY. Fines and surcharges associated with criminal convictions and NYS “Scoff Lift” fees (fees associated with the reinstatement of NYS driver’s licenses following a suspension) must be paid in-person at the Court during regular business hours. Attempts to pay these fines/fees using the online service will result in the transaction being canceled by the Irondequoit Town Court.
Pay Parking Ticket
For questions regarding parking violations, see the FAQ page.
PAY TRAFFIC INFRACTIONS ONLINE:
In order to pay traffic infraction tickets online, you must know both the Judge to whom the infraction was assigned and the amount of the fine due to the Court. If you have this information (ie. you have attended court or pled guilty to the ticket via mail and received a letter from the court), please click on one of the following links as appropriate:
If you do not know the Judge to whom your ticket is assigned, please call the Irondequoit Town Court at (585) 336-6040 for further information.
Irondequoit’s three Town Justices typically hold court one day each week (M-W), with additional days sometimes scheduled for civil proceedings. Each Judge is assigned on a monthly rotation as the “on-call” Judge, making Judges available within the Town of Irondequoit to conduct arraignments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Town justices are elected to four-year terms.
Hon. Patrick K. Russi
Mondays 3:00 PM
(585) 336-6040 Ext. 2332
Hon. Jennifer Whitman DeVoe
Tuesday at 10:00AM
(585) 336-6040 ext. 2334
Hon. Joseph J. Valentino
Wednesdays 6:00 PM
(585) 336-6040 Ext. 2333
The Administrator of Courts is responsible for the day to day operations of the Irondequoit Town Court including staffing and regulatory compliance. Mr. Marion may be reached at the court offices during regular business hours at (585) 336-6040.
The Town of Irondequoit Justice Court has jurisdiction over all offenses committed within the Town of Irondequoit. The most common laws or types of cases include: