For Immediate Release
July 29, 2020
Mayor Madden: Parking Ticket Amnesty Program Starts August 1st
One-time reduction on outstanding parking tickets will be available from August 1 through September 15, 2020
Individuals with outstanding parking tickets that qualify for the amnesty program will receive a letter via mail with instructions regarding payment options
All payments for tickets that qualify under the amnesty must be made by mail or online at www.troyny.gov/pay
TROY, NY — Mayor Madden today announced the City’s Parking Ticket Amnesty program will begin August 1st and continue through September 15th. The amnesty program offers a one-time reduction on open parking violations issued by the City of Troy.
Individuals with outstanding parking tickets that qualify for the amnesty program will receive a letter via mail with instructions regarding payment options.
Mayor Madden said, “This summer’s parking ticket amnesty program provides individuals a chance to resolve previously issued unpaid violations and penalty fees at a reduced rate. This program will assist the City recover lost revenue at no additional cost to taxpayers. We encourage those with outstanding parking tickets to take advantage of this limited opportunity and watch for instructions arriving by mail in the coming days.”
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, City Hall remains closed to the public. All payments for tickets which qualify under the amnesty program must be made online – www.parkingticketassist.com/troy — or by mail after August 1st. All payments received will be accepted in full satisfaction for the above referenced open parking tickets. After this time period, penalties will be re-instituted by the city, and all appropriate enforcement and collection procedures will be implemented.
Individuals with questions regarding the amnesty program or are unsure of the required information to participate can call 1-800-272-1635 during normal business hours Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
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John Salka, Deputy Director of Public Information
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