Please Note

As of May 12, 2015, payments by check can only be accepted by mail or at the Parking Business Center in the Webb building.

Pay a Ticket

You can pay your parking ticket online, over the phone, in person, at a 24/7 kiosk, or by mail.

Pay Online

You can pay online by check or Visa/Mastercard. Our secure payment site is verified by Verisign©

Pay By Phone: 1-866-280-9988

To pay by phone using a Visa or Mastercard, call 1-866-280-9988. 

Pay at a 24/7 Kiosk

There are currently 2 payment kiosks, one outside the Wellington Webb Building (available 24/7), and one inside the Wellington Webb Building (available during business hours). Kiosks accept payment by Visa/Mastercard and check. Note: Kiosks do not accept cash.

Pay by Mail

Mail-in payments may be made by check or cashiers check. Payment must be sent in US Dollars.

Please write the ticket number(s) on the check. If you have received a notice concerning the ticket through the mail, please return the payment coupon from your notice along with your payment to:
Parking Violations Bureau
P.O. Box 46500
Denver, Colorado 80201-6500

Pay in Person

Walk-in payments for parking tickets may be made with cash, check, Visa or MasterCard. Boot payments can only be paid with cash, Visa or MasterCard, no checks accepted for boots.  
Payments should be presented at the Parking Cashier's Office on the first floor of the Wellington Webb Building in downtown Denver. The Parking Cashier's Office is open Monday through Friday between 8:00 am and 5 pm, excluding holidays.

Unpaid Tickets

You must pay or contest your parking ticket within 20 days of the date the ticket was issued. If payment is not received within this time, the ticket will be considered delinquent and late fees will be added. If your citations remain outstanding, you may be referred to a collection agency, which will impact your credit rating.

If there are more than 3 or other outstanding citations, a seizure warning notice will be issued, and a boot may be placed on your car, and won't be removed until all outstanding fines are paid. If a vehicle is booted for 72 hours (excluding weekends and holidays) without payment, it will be considered abandoned and towed to impound.