Set a Payment Arrangement
How Are Payment Arrangements Determined?
All income and basic expenses are reviewed. Payment arrangements are based on your ability to pay.
How Can I Set a Payment Arrangement?
Contact the Enhanced Collections Division (ECD) office by one of the following:
- Telephone: 1-877-955-3463
- Email us at: ECDHelpDesk@riverside.courts.ca.gov
- Mail service
Riverside Superior Courts
Payment Processing Center
505 South Buena Vista Rm. 201
Corona, Ca. 92882
The Enhanced Collections Division will verify your information, update any changes over the phone and in person.
Financial Affidavit Form
When reporting in person to an Enhanced Collections location, you will be required to complete a Financial Affidavit (pdf ). The form requires you to list all income and expenses to assist in determining your ability to pay fines or fees.
Leaving the Courtroom
If you have been ordered to pay a fine or fee on a criminal case and you are unable to pay the full amount by the due date, please report to the Enhanced Collections Division immediately following court. If you are unable to report, please call the toll free phone number at 1-877-955-3463, for assistance over the telephone. The Enhanced Collections Division will work with you to establish payment options.
Documents That Assist in Establishing Hardship Payment Arrangements Are:
- Current Paycheck Stub
- Self-Employed - Copy of Income Tax Returns
- CalWORKS and/or CalFresh
- Proof of Unemployment Benefits
- Proof of Income
- Proof of Rent, Utilities, Child Support, Car Note, and Insurance