The City of Toronto enforces its parking bylaws by issuing parking tickets to illegally parked vehicles. This type of enforcement is required in a large municipality such as Toronto to maintain legal parking, regulate traffic movement and ensure public safety.
As of February 13, 2017 the parking ticket counter at Metro Hall, 55 John Street, will be temporarily relocated to Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West - main floor beside the tax and utility counters. You can pay or dispute your ticket at the relocated counter or visit another parking ticket counter location. Tickets can also be paid by mail or online.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Parking Violation/Parking Ticket Email Requiring Payment
The City of Toronto is aware that some residents are receiving a Parking Violation Notice or a parking ticket notification email indicating they have a past due Parking Violation requiring payment within 14 days.
This is not a City of Toronto Parking Violation notice. The City of Toronto does not send email reminders about past due parking tickets or issue reminders through a third party. Persons receiving this email are advised to not click on any of the links provided in the email and to delete the email from their inbox.
To view and pay Parking Tickets visit our Parking Ticket Services online application.
As of December 30, 2016, the credit card telephone payment option for parking tickets reached by calling 416-397-TAGS (8247) will no longer be available. Parking tickets can be paid online, by mail or in person. Visit our Pay Your Ticket page for more details about ways to pay. 416-397-TAGS (8247) will remain available for parking ticket information and inquiries only. No over-the-phone payment will be accepted.
The Parking Ticket Cancellation Guidelines identifies time allowances for certain time-limited offences.
The top questions and answers about parking in Toronto.