Legal Financial Obligations, Fines & Restitution

Office of County Clerk & Collection Enforcement


You must report to the Spokane County Clerks Office immediately after sentencing or within 48 hours of your release from confinement, if you are currently in custody.

It is your duty to provide the Spokane County Clerk's Office with a valid address at all times until all legal financial obligations have been paid in full. (RCW 9.94A.760)

To be considered timely, payments must be  made by the due date. Postmarks are not proof of a timely payment.

Accepted Forms of Payment


The payment should be in the form of cash, money order, or cashier's check. No personal checks or bill pay are allowed. Make the money order or cashier's check payable to the Spokane County Clerk. On the front of the money order or cashier's check, please include:
  • Your name (as it appears on the court order)
  • Case number (that you are making a payment on)
  • Payment amount applied to the case.
If you want a receipt returned to you, include a self-addressed stamped envelope. Money order receipts are not proof of payment.

You can make a payment in person Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - Noon and 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. or mail the payment(s) to the following address: (Do not mail cash.)
Attn: Finance Department
Spokane County Clerk 
Room 300
1116 W Broadway
Spokane WA 99260-0090

Contact for Questions


If you have questions you can contact our Finance Department at 509-477-3688 or you can contact your collections deputy at the number listed below:

For last names beginning with:
  • A - F call: 509-477-3910
  • G & H and L - Q call: 509-477-4213
  • I, J, K and R - Z call: 509-477-3977