- Parking Regulations & Violations
Parking Regulations & Violations
Regulations for On-Street Parking
What Parking Regulations apply to me?
Unsure about the parking regulations that might apply to the area in which you are seeking on-street parking? In addition to posted signs you can refer to our Residential Services Search Tool. Type in the address where you would like to park to see about applicable on-street parking regulations in that area (and lots of other useful information!).
The city has a city-wide 24-hour parking restriction in addition to other parking regulations. This regulation requires that a vehicle be moved at least once every 24-hours Monday through Friday.
Odd / Even Parking
Odd/ Even parking regulations are in effect between November 1st and April 1st. The Odd/ Even parking regulation mandates that from
Vehicles that remain on the street and have not moved in 72 hours can be considered abandoned and become subject to towing at the owner's expense. DO NOT leave your vehicle on the street when you leave town for extended vacations or school breaks, as it may not be there when you get back. Towing and storage fees are expensive! Long-term parking is available at the parking garages. Contact the Parking Division at (607) 327-0700 or email email@example.com for more information.
City Parking Violation Ticket Payments
The Chamberlain's Office accepts payments of tickets issued for parking violations within the City of Ithaca.
Parking tickets can be paid with a credit card online here.
You can also mail your payment to:
City of Ithaca Traffic Violations Bureau
108 East Green St.
Ithaca, NY 14850
If you have questions about your ticket, or need to get in touch with the Traffic Violations Bureau call (607) 274-6581. Please have your license plate number handy so that your ticket information can be verified.
If you would like to dispute a parking ticket please use the Parking Violation Pre-Trial Appeal form. If you need to get in touch with the Traffic Violations Bureau call (607) 274-6581. Please have your license plate number handy so that your ticket information can be verified.
Parking tickets not paid or appealed within 20 days of issuance accrue a late payment penalty of $15 in addition to the fine. Also, failure to pay or respond to parking tickets may result in certification as a scofflaw with the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles and prevent the renewal or transferring of the vehicle registration. If more than five tickets remain unpaid, the vehicle to which the tickets were issued may be impounded.
Parking Violations and Fee Schedule
The City Chamberlain's Office DOES NOT accept payments for tickets issued for moving violations within the city. City-issued moving violations are payable at:
118 E. Clinton St.
Ithaca, NY 14850