Pay past due citations at face value
Contact: Julie Happy, Communications Manager, BDS, 509.625.7773
The City of Spokane Parking Services Program launched an Amnesty Program today that allows citizens to pay parking tickets in collections at face value with no added costs.
All fines, fees, and interest accrued will be waved for the duration of the program, which ends June 30. Beginning July 1, cars with four unpaid parking tickets in collections will be booted and towed.
The Amnesty Program is designed to assist people in cleaning up their parking ticket record in advance of the boot-and-tow program. The City is encouraging citizens to take advantage of the program and the cost savings.
To take advantage of this program, contact:
Valley Empire Collection
Downtown: 1718 West Broadway
Valley: 8817 East Mission Ave
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