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2022 Coverage


Detroit's 36th District Court restricts in-person access as COVID-19 cases rise

Detroit's 36th District Court is restricting entry into the courthouse starting Tuesday in an effort to help prevent the further spread of COVID-19, court officials announced Monday. Individuals with scheduled hearings or are who are seeking to pay a bond will be allowed entry into the building at 421 Madison Street in downtown Detroit.

2021 Coverage


City adds bill payment option for Eastpointe residents

Bill payment just got a little bit easier for residents of Eastpointe. The city added a payment kiosk where residents can pay water and tax bills 24 hours every day outside of City Hall Tuesday.

2020 Coverage:


New payment kiosk outside 36th District Court is a game changer

There are around 85 kiosks available in metro Detroit -and while you're there you can pay your city taxes, your water or electric bill too, and more. Watch our featured story on Fox 2 Detroit!

2019 Coverage:


36th District Court in Detroit now offers a mobile app for payment of select tickets and fines

The DivDat Kiosk Network has added the DivDat Mobile App to its multiple payment options to make paying court fines and fees even more convenient for metro Detroiters.

2018 Coverage:


36th District Court launches ‘no-fee’ kiosk service for payments

Detroit court joined payment network Monday 50 kiosks located around metro Detroit Court expects timelier payments with new service Paying off debt to 36th District Court in Detroit became a little easier Monday with implementation of a “no-fee” kiosk service accessible at about 50 locations in metro Detroit.


DivDat Kiosks: Serving Communities with Convenience and Care

DivDat Kiosks: Serving Communities with Convenience and Care

At the heart of our company's mission — to promote the inclusion of the unbanked and underbanked in today's online banking and bill paying services world — is the idea of service. For DivDat, that means finding ways of Leveling the Paying Field™ to provide marginalized or left-out populations access to systems that offer benefits most of us already enjoy.