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Now for your convenience, you can pay your citation online or via telephone with a credit or debit card.



You can still pay your citation in person at the Rothschild/Marathon City Municipal Court between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. with cash, check, or a money order. However, many people do not always have the time to make it to the office to pay their fine. Now for your convenience, you can pay your citation online or via telephone with a credit or debit card. Once you make payment, you will receive an immediate receipt of payment, and the Municipal Court Clerk's office will receive a copy of the payment.

Before using this service, please ensure that your citation has met the following two guidelines:

- The citation must have been issued by the Rothschild or Marathon City Police Department.

- The court location must be the Rothschild/Marathon City Municipal Court.

You will need to know the following information to pay your citation online. If you do not have all the information, you can contact the Municipal Court Clerk and find out.


Before using this service you must know the following

Defendant Name


Defendant Date of Birth


Citation Number

Example: R12345-6

Type of Offense

On Citation

Total Amount Owed

On Citation

Valid Credit / Debit Card

Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Discover and Debit Cards.

If you have any questions, call 888-604-7888. Live operators areavailable 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you.

NOTICE: The above link will open a new window outside of the website, and open a window to the GovPayNet website.

DISCLAIMER: Government Payment Service (GPS) is an independent company that charges fees for its services. The Rothschild/Marathon City Municipal Court receives no portions of those fees. A percentage fee for service will be added to the amount of fees due if paid by phone, or paid online. Once the payment is made, GPS will make contact with the Rothschild/Marathon City Municipal Court and make them aware of your payment information. GPS fees may be changed without notice, always refer to their website for full information.

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