Citizens Guide

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What to Do When You Receive a Civil Infraction Ticket

  • Civil Infractions must have some action taken on them within ten days of receiving the ticket.
  • You can pay the ticket online, in person at any of our locations or by mail as long as it is postmarked by your tenth day.
  • If you want to dispute the ticket, you can request a hearing over the phone, in person at any of our locations or by checking the box "deny responsibility" on your ticket and mailing it into the court, again making sure that the postmark is within your ten days.
  • Some agencies participate in online ticket review in this case you are admitting responsibility, but you want to avoid any points that may be associated with the charge.

If action is not taken on the ticket within 10 days, you may be subject to late fees and license suspension.