Fine Payments

Voluntary payment can be done in person, providing you have the ticket in hand, at any registry office or provincial court, and service fees apply.

Online payment can be done through and service fees apply.

Speeding fines

City of Leduc - Speed Fines

Leduc Enforcement Services recommends that payments be made on time to avoid late fees. If the payment is received on or before your court appearance date, you will not be charged the late payment fee of $20 or 20 per cent of the voluntary payment amount, whichever is greater. By paying the voluntary payment amount, you are pleading guilty and do not need to appear in court.

For more information on how to respond to the ticket, refer to the options on the back of the ticket or go to

To plead not guilty

This can be done by mail to:

  • Provincial Court of Alberta
    4612 50th St
    Leduc, Alta   T9E 6L1

Mail your notice to the address indicated above and sign the following statement on the notice:

I wish to Plead Not Guilty to the offence I have been charged with and Will Appear at the Trial Date set for me. I understand that I will be advised of this trial date by ordinary mail which will be sent to address on the face of this offence notice unless I indicate a different address below. I understand that should I fail to appear for my trial I may be convicted in my absence without a hearing and I will be responsible for payment of any penalty plus late payment charges that may become applicable.

A trial date will be set.

Appear before a Justice

  • Appear before a justice at the appearance address and date indicated on the reverse side of your ticket
  • You may plead guilty or not guilty to the offence charged
  • If you plead guilty, you may ask for time to pay the fine
  • If you want to make submissions as to your penalty, a trial date may be set
  • If you plead not guilty, a trial date will be set

Please Note: Where authorized, the voluntary payment option includes a victims’ surcharge. The victims surcharge is used to assist victims of crime in the Province of Alberta.