Violation Payment Policy
You have 21 days following the date of issue to pay a Parking Violation. Your payment may be returned by mail or personally at the office of the Parking Clerk, Everett City Hall, 484 Broadway. The office accepts payment in cash, postal note or money order only. If payment is not received within 21 days, an overdue notice is mailed to the registered owner with an additional late fee of $5. Failure to pay the overdue notice within 21 days will result in the non-renewal of the license and/or registration of the registered owner. In addition, at that time another late fee of $10 is charged plus a surcharge of $20 for the Registry handling.
When a Parking Violation is held for non-renewal by the Registry, and if payments are made by mail, the office accepts payment in postal note or money order only and a self-addressed stamped envelope for the return of the Certified Registry Release must be included. You must deliver 1 copy of the Certified Registry Release to the Registry of Motor Vehicles by hand at the time you renew either the license and/or registration or you may mail a copy if you do not need to renew immediately.
A hearing may be obtain upon the written request of the registered owner if submitted with supporting documentation within 21 days of the violation, the information must be printed as follows: Name and address, and reason for the hearing request.