If your vehicle has been booted or towed, you can enroll in a standard parking ticket plan with Republic Immobilization Services at www.nycbootpay.com. If you are not able to enroll in a payment plan at www.nycbootpay.com, you can call Republic Immobilization Services at (646) 517-1000.
If your vehicle has not been booted or towed, and you have judgment debt of $350 or more, you can enroll in a standard parking ticket payment plan with the Department of Finance. We strongly encourage you to enroll online at CityPay. Simply enter your license plate number, and when your debt appears, there will be a link offering a payment plan, unless your judgment debt is below $350.
If you cannot enroll online, please complete the Parking/Camera Violations Payment Plan Enrollment Form and upload it through the Department of Finance’s customer service portal.
For judgments under $350, you must agree to a 60-day payment plan with a 50% down payment. For judgments that are $350 and more, a payment plan requires a minimum of 20% down payment and a payment plan term of 24 months or fewer.
A lower down payment amount or longer plan length may be available to individuals experiencing financial hardship. This requires the submission of additional information and income certification. For more information, contact the Department of Finance via our customer service portal at www.nyc.gov/parkingticketpaymentplans.
Enrolling into a parking ticket payment plan and making your payments on time will prevent enforcement actions, such as having your vehicle booted or towed.
If your vehicle has been booted or towed, you can enroll in a standard parking ticket plan with Republic Immobilization Services at www.nycbootpay.com. If you are not able to enroll in a payment plan at www.nycbootpay.com, you can call Republic Immobilization Services at (646) 517-1000. You will need to make a 20% down payment to RIS and complete and sign a parking payment plan enrollment form in order to retrieve your vehicle.
When enrolling online, select “Click here to pay now” and you will be given instructions on payment by credit card to pay booting fees and 20% of your judgment debt. You will also be sent a payment plan ID within 72 hours to the email you entered when making your down payment that you must use to make your monthly payments.
If your vehicle has been booted or towed, you must provide proof that your vehicle is currently registered and insured in order for the vehicle to be released. You must pay all outstanding booting, towing, and related fees in full. These fees are not incorporated into the payment plan agreement.
Although your payments will be more manageable with a parking ticket payment plan, interest will continue to accrue on your outstanding balance until the amount you owe is paid in full.
There may be a few reasons:
Visit the Parking Ticket Payment Plan page to understand your options for enrolling in a payment plan.
If you have more than one plate, you must contact the Department of Finance via our customer service portal.
Contact the Treasury and Payment Services Collections Division and provide your plate information. We will attempt to look up your payment plan ID and email it to you. If we cannot find your payment plan ID, we will email you with additional instructions.
You probably have more than one plate. If you have more than one plate, DOF’s Collections system aggregated your plate information by your DMV Owner ID into one case. This is why you see more violations than what was displayed when you enrolled in the plan online. It is strongly suggested that you contact Department of Finance via our customer service portal to re-establish your payment plan terms.
The payment plan page will only accept your monthly payment amount. If you’d like to pay more than that to reduce your judgment debt, see the instructions for payment plan payments through CityPay. Make sure to pay your oldest violations first.