In person

Before visiting a business center regarding a booted or towed vehicle, please be aware of the following:

  • To remove a boot from your vehicle, please visit to pay by credit or debit card, or call Republic Immobilization Services at (646) 517-1000 to pay by credit or debit card or bank account withdrawal. Please note that if you call, you may experience a long hold time. Republic Information Services is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • If you recently enrolled in a payment plan with Republic Immobilization Services, your vehicle is not at risk of being booted or towed. You will receive more information from the Department of Finance soon.
  • If your vehicle has not been booted, but you owe judgment violations and would like to enter into a payment plan, you can request a payment plan online.

Unless you have a vehicle that has been booted or towed, please schedule an appointment before visiting a DOF business center. You can also conduct many Department of Finance transactions online.

The Department of Finance business centers provide a variety of services. The business centers collect payments, hold parking ticket hearings, and receive deeds and mortgages for recording (except for Staten Island). Select the borough nearest you to find a location and its services.

Manhattan / New York County
Bronx / Bronx County
Brooklyn / Kings County
Queens / Queens County
Staten Island / Richmond County

Customers Served and Revenue Collected at DOF Business Centers

Infographic displaying customers served and revenue collected at DOF Business Centers

* As of May 2023

Business Center Services

Billing address changes

Individuals and businesses must update their billing address, mailing address, and certain other information online.

Language interpretation assistance

Foreign language interpretation services for more than 175 spoken languages are available in all five of our borough business centers. Visit the information desk and request an interpreter for your language.

For TTY service for the deaf or hard of hearing, call 212-504-4115.