How To – Pay A Parking Ticket in Person

There are times when you need to pay a parking ticket in person.  To do so you must visit one of NYC’s finance business centers located in each borough.

Manhattan Business Center
66 John Street
New York, NY 10038
Cross Street: William Street

Bronx Business Center
3030 Third Avenue, 2nd Floor, Bronx, NY 10455
Cross Street: 156th Street

Brooklyn Business Center
Brooklyn Municipal Building
210 Joralemon Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Cross Streets:  Adams and Court Streets

Queens Business Center
144-06 94th Avenue
Jamaica, NY 11435
Cross Street: Sutphin Boulevard

Staten Island Business Center
350 St. Marks Place
Staten Island, NY 10301
Cross Street: Hyatt Street (St. George)

How To – Pay Your NYC Parking Ticket BY MAIL

There are multiple ways to pay your New York City parking tickets. The easiest and most secure option is to pay online by clicking here.  If you need to send it by mail via the post office, please follow the instructions below:

Parking Ticket Payments
Follow the instructions on the back of the ticket. Respond early enough to allow for mail delivery.  Finance must receive your response to the ticket by the 30th day from the date the ticket was issued.

Enclose a check or money order for the full amount indicated on the front of the ticket.  Write the ticket number, your license plate number, and the state of the vehicle registration on the front of your payment.

Mail payment to:
NYC Department of Finance
Church Street Station
P.O. Box 3640
New York, NY 10008-3640

Red Light/Bus Lane Camera Violations
You must write the Notice of Liability number, License Plate number and State of Registration on the front of your personal check or money order. Do not send cash.

Mail to the following address:
NYC Department of Finance
Red Light/Bus Lane Camera Violations
Church Street Station
PO Box 3641
New York, NY 10008-3641


1. Do NOT send Cash.
2. You’re responsible for late fees if the payment by mail is received after the due date.

NYC Parking Sign Series – Street Cleaning

New York Parking Sign - Street Cleaning

Parking Ticket Tip: “Don’t park here during the time and day posted on sign.”

The street cleaning parking sign tells a driver that they may NOT park their vehicle at this location during certain days between specified hours.  This specific sign states you CANNOT park your vehicle to the LEFT of the sign on a TUESDAY between the hours of 8AM and 11AM.