Thank you for using the City of Belleville online parking ticket payment service.
Please check your payment details carefully to ensure the information is correct and that you are paying the correct amount. If you make an incorrect payment, the transaction will be reversed and your ticket will remain outstanding. It can take up to 72 hours for your transaction to be verified.
Transactions are not fully processed until you obtain your receipt of payment on-line and/or your individual email payment confirmation.
All payments received without email confirmation will be refunded on the next business day leaving your ticket as outstanding. The process may be unintentionally interrupted by the Internet, your connection or other uncontrolled circumstances.
If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us by email at:
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SPECIAL NOTES RE: Parking Ticket Information
Within 15 Days
You may pay the Early Voluntary Payment amount WITHIN 7 DAYS of the date of the parking ticket using the online Parking Ticket Payment system.
You may pay the Set Fine amount AFTER 7 DAYS and WITHIN 50 DAYS of the date of the parking ticket using the online Parking Ticket Payment system.
After 15 Days ~ Notice of Impending Conviction
A Notice of Impending Conviction will be mailed to the registered owner of the vehicle that received the parking ticket. You still have the option to pay the amount owing by the due date indicated on the Notice of Impending Conviction using the online Parking Ticket Payment system.
Note: If you do not have the original ticket, with the violation code / description on it (required for online payment) please use one of the following codes for your online ticket payment:
9995 - Notice of Impending Conviction $10.00 set fine
9996 - Notice of Impending Conviction $20.00 set fine
9997 - Notice of Impending Conviction $75.00 set fine
9998 - Notice of Impending Conviction $300.00 set fine
NOTE: When paying using the codes above, please use today's date as the Infraction Date during the ticket payment process.
After Notice of Impending Conviction Due Date ~ Notice of Fine and Due Date
Once the due date for the Notice of Impending Conviction has passed parking tickets can no longer be paid through the City of Belleville’s online parking ticket payment system. A Notice of Fine and Due Date will be mailed to the registered owner of the vehicle that received the parking ticket. This notice will provide the amount owing, the due date and instructions on how payment can be made.
If payment of the full amount owing before the due date on the Notice of Fine and Due Date isn’t made, the ticket information will be forwarded to the Ministry of Transportation for plate denial. When this occurs, the registered owner of the vehicle will not be able to renew their licence plate sticker until the full amount, including additional administration fees, is paid at the Ministry office.
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