Request an In-Person Hearing

You can request a hearing online, by mail, or via the Pay or Dispute mobile app. If you cannot conduct your hearing online, by mail, or via the app, you can schedule an in-person hearing or visit a Department of Finance business center between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

The time limit for submitting parking ticket hearing requests and appeals has been reinstated. Additional penalties will be added to any unpaid non-judgment parking and camera violations.

You or your eligible representative can visit any Finance Business Center for a walk-in hearing on a first-come, first-served basis between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday. No appointment is necessary. You do not need an attorney to represent you.
Common Reasons for Ticket Disputes

Appearing at a Hearing

Normally, the registered owner of a vehicle disputes his or her own parking ticket. However, an eligible representative can also dispute a parking ticket on your behalf.

If you have received a ticket on a rental car, you are responsible for the ticket and may have a hearing as the operator of the car.


You must bring your:
  1. Valid Driver's License
  2. Vehicle registration
  3. Title or Rental Agreement

To support your plea of "Not Guilty," read:

Common Reasons for Ticket Disputes
Evidence Recommendations
Preparing for Your Hearing