The Town of Clifton Park now uses a contactless system for handling parking violations.
Please do not appear at Town Hall for Parking Tickets.
FOR ALL OTHER VEHICLE AND TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS
click here for Justice Court and then scroll down to Traffic Tickets
If you have received a parking violation ticket in Clifton Park, you have options. Please follow the instructions on the back of the ticket.
Parking Violations must be responded to by mail or online. Online responses are generally quicker than those sent in by mail.
Visit https://cliftonpark.rmcpay.com/ (or click on the Parking Violations Portal icon above) to pay the fine listed with a debit/credit card or file an appeal within 20 days of issuance . After 20 days, the fine increases and letters are automatically generated to remind you of the fine. Appeals submitted online will be responded to via email.
2. VIA MAIL
Please send a check or money order payable to TPVA to the address below with your signed violation attached. Returned checks will be treated as non-payment and a default judgment may be issued.
Town of Clifton Park TPVA
PO Box 629
Clifton Park, NY 12065
For those Offenders wishing to Plead Not Guilty by mail and request a conference with Town Counsel.
Conferences require the Offender to appear on the 2nd Thursday of the Month at 5:30 pm, please mail a request for placement of the case on the calendar to the PO Box listed above. A plea sheet may be sent to you or a court date scheduled.
Handicapped Parking Permit must be displayed if parked in a Handicapped Space
An expired permit is not valid and cannot be used. An expired permit is not valid and cannot be used. The retention of expired tags for future use is an abuse of the handicapped parking system which hinders effective enforcement of handicapped parking allocated only for operators with valid tags. Expired tags must be surrendered, and their display while parking in handicapped parking will result in the issuance of a violation.
The permit is designed to hang from the rearview mirror when parked but should be removed when the vehicle is being operated. If you lose your permit or it is stolen, immediately report it to the locality that issued the permit.
You can access §194 of Town Code by clicking here.