Residents who have received a parking ticket issued by the Town can pay in person at the Municipal Offices Customer Service counter or online.
Dispute a parking ticket
Every parking ticket comes with a 15-day deadline to either pay the fine or dispute the ticket. If you receive a parking ticket and wish to dispute it, you (or your representative) must appear in person at the Municipal Offices, Legislative Services counter.
- If you neither dispute the ticket nor pay the fine before the 15-day deadline, a Notice of Impending Conviction (NIC) will be sent to the registered owner of the vehicle. At this point you can still dispute your ticket or pay the fine.
- If you do not respond by the due date on the NIC, a Notice of Fine and Due Date (NFDD) showing the set fine, plus court costs will be sent to the registered owner of the vehicle. This will result in an automatic conviction that is registered with the Ministry of Transportation.
- If the set fine including the additional court costs is not paid by the due date shown on the NFDD, the offence becomes eligible for plate denial. The matter then goes to the Ministry of Transportation and the Town has no further involvement.