Parking Ticket Amnesty: What You Need To Know

March 14, 2018

The Philadelphia Parking Authority is going to forgive parking tickets issued before 2013.  See if you qualify:

 

IF the only tickets you owe were written BEFORE January 1, 2013:

  • Pay $50 to cover costs, the rest of your balance is forgiven!!!

 

IF you also owe tickets written between January 1, 2013 and December 31, 2017:

  • OPTION 1—Payment Plan

    1. Pay 10% of the total amount you owe from 2013-2017;

    2. Then get on a payment plan that will allow you to pay off the whole balance in 24 months.

    3. While you are on a payment plan and current on payments, your car won’t be booted or towed!

    4. Don’t miss a payment, or you lose all credit.

    5. When you pay off your 2013-2017 balance, your pre-2013 balance will be forgiven!

  • OPTION 2—Pay Up Front

    1. Pay everything you owe from 2013-2017 right away, and your pre-2013 balance is forgiven right away.

 

Do you also owe Towing and Storage costs?

  • If you owe costs from BEFORE 2015: pay 30% of the costs, and the remaining 70% will be forgiven. (there is NO payment plan option, you have to pay in full)

 

Are you driving a car registered to someone who is dead, and being held accountable for the deceased’s tickets?

  • Bring an original copy of the death certificate; AND open tickets written before the person died to the PPA. Those tickets will be forgiven.

 

HOW TO REGISTER:

 

Online

If you have the citation numbers for old tickets, you can enroll here.

 

 

In Person (starting 3/12/18)

917 Filbert—PPA Headquarters

Monday – Friday 8:30 am to 6 pm

Saturday 9 am to 4 pm

 

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