Penalty Charge Notice (Via Registered Mail)
A parking violation notice may be sent via registered mail to the registered owner of the violating vehicle. This notice will be sent if the fine is not paid on time. Fines should be paid within 90 days of receiving the notice and no later than the day specified on the notice.
The first demand for payment (blue sheet) will include the amount of the initial fine, plus the cost of an additional penalty for the delay. The second demand (red sheet) will be the last warning before final collection procedures are placed into effect.
Non-payment will result in collection procedures.
Collection of Fines Not Paid on Time
By law, if a fine is not paid, the municipality may collect the debt, in part, by vehicle foreclosure or by seizure or foreclosure of bank accounts.
Request to Nullify a Fine
If you would like to submit a request to nullify the fine, you must apply in writing within 30 days of receiving the parking violation. The request must specify the reasons and should include attachments of any validating documents.
The request may be made online (in Hebrew) or at the Parking Division located at 110 Jerusalem Boulevard, Jaffa, 6815113. The request must include a photocopy of the violation and any appendages to the violation including documents that validate the request to cancel the fine.
Please notice: It is important to state in the request your full details (full name, ID number and address)- a request that does not include an ID number will not be viewed! It is also important to mention your vehicle number of the penalty charge notice. If you send a printed form, it must contain your official signature.
If you have parked your vehicle in regular, authorized blue-and-white parking spaces and received a parking ticket 60 days prior to receiving your parking sticker, such a fine/ticket will be automatically cancelled.
If you have parked your vehicle in an authorized parking space and paid for parking via Cellopark, EasyPark or Pango and still received a parking ticket, you can request a refund. In order to do that, you must send a request to the Parking Branch Offices and attach your parking ticket and an appendage that proves that you have paid for parking.
Disputing the Violation – Trial Request
If you would like to dispute the violation in court, you must request a trial within 90 days of receiving the fine. Click here to print and fill out the Request for Trial Form (in Hebrew).
The request can be made also by mail in English-to firstname.lastname@example.org