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The Ithaca Police Department no longer conducts civilian fingerprinting; however, other options in the area include the Cornell University Police Department and the Tompkins County Sheriff's Office.
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1. If you wish to contest a parking ticket, you may do so here.
2. You will receive a written response. If the appeal is granted, the process is complete. If the appeal is denied in full or in part, you may choose to have a non-jury trial at Ithaca City Court.
3. You need to contact Ithaca City Court to enter a "not guilty" plea on the parking ticket, and the court will schedule and a non-jury trial will be scheduled.
4. You may choose to meet with the City Prosecutor prior to trial.
Note: If you begin this process within the 20 day period prior to late fee, the late fee will be suspended during the pendency of this process.
Accident reports are available for purchase here.
Effective November 1 through April 1 of each year, between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m., all vehicles must be parked on the odd-numbered side of all city streets on the odd-numbered days of the calendar month, and on the even-numbered side of all city streets on the even-numbered days of the calendar month.
Your compliance with this policy helps keep the city's streets free from accumulated snow, and free from debris. If your street only has parking on one side of the street, you may have to find parking on a nearby street on alternate days.
The City Clerk's Office has a listing of the streets that are exempt from the odd/even parking regulation. Streets marked permanently for 24-hour parking make up the bulk of these streets.