Parking Amnesty Program

Providing parking ticket forgiveness for a limited time.

What we do

For a limited time, the City of Philadelphia offered a program to forgive older unpaid parking tickets. The Parking Amnesty program officially ended on April 30, 2018.

Due to the overwhelming response, the Amnesty Office will be open for limited hours starting May 1, 2018.

ONLY individuals who have applied online or have a note from the Amnesty Office to return to the office will be seen after April 30, 2018.

 

Connect

Address
917 Filbert St.
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Eligibility

If you applied online, you will receive a reply with one of two options:

  1. You will receive a report informing you of what you owe and what will be forgiven, along with payment instructions.
  2. You will receive an email reply informing you that you need to visit the Amnesty office for in-person assistance.

For each of the above options, you will have two weeks from the date of the email to visit the Amnesty Office if you haven’t done so already.

If you are required to come to the Amnesty office, you MUST bring your email reply with you. ONLY individuals with a printed email reply will be seen.

If you are required to come to the Amnesty Office, you MUST bring your email reply with you. ONLY individuals with a printed email reply will be seen.

If you have a note from the Amnesty Office to return after April 30, you must bring the note with you to be seen. You must come on the specific date indicated on your note.

The Amnesty Office will be open May 21 to May 25 from 8:30AM to 5:00PM to see those individuals who received an email. Based on need, the hours of operation may change after May 25. Please check back here for updated hours.

Pay or dispute a parking ticket

If you have unpaid parking tickets, or towing and storage fees, you can pay them online at the Philadelphia Parking Authority website.

If you'd like to dispute a parking ticket, you can request a hearing online, by mail, or in person.


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