The City of Toronto does not send text messages or email reminders about parking violation/tickets or issue reminders through a third party. If received, do not reply or click on the links, delete the message.
Introducing a new online option to pay parking violations, plus property tax and utility bills, in one convenient place. Learn more about MyToronto Pay.
Pay your parking violation online using one of the following two options:
Make cheques payable to:
Do not send cash by mail.
If paying by cheque, write the Parking Violation number on the front of the cheque.
Payments must reach our office on or before the due date to avoid penalty charges. If mailing payment through Canada Post, allow for mail delivery time and send several days before the due date.
You can pay your parking violation by cash, cheque, money order, Visa, MasterCard, American Express or debit card at one of our counter locations, at Civic Centres and City Hall. In-person payment for parking violations at Metro Hall is not available.
Hours of operation (Payments only):
Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Please bring your parking violation.
The APS Dispute Offices at Metro Hall and North York Civic Centre will be available for in person meetings for those members of the public who cannot access our services online effective July 25, 2022 by appointment only. Screening Decisions will no longer be provided immediately after your meeting with a Screening Officer. To schedule an appointment, call the APS Inquiry Line at 416-396-4APS (4277).
Learn more about parking violations.
You can dispute your parking violation online or in person.
Visit Collection Process for Parking Violations to find out how the City collects unpaid parking violations.