Parking Tickets

Overtime Violations

Parking meters and time limits are placed in high use parking areas of Eugene to encourage turnover which increases accessibility for everyone and supports local businesses that rely on street parking for customer access. Time limit citations in Eugene are $25.

Other Violations

ViolationFine Amount
Parking in Space Reserved for Persons with Disabilities
First Offense
Second Offense

Storage of Vehicles on Street /Abandoned Vehicle
First Offense
Second Offense

Parking on Sidewalk, Crosswalk, or in Front of a Driveway$25
Parking in a Yellow, Bus, Taxi or Tow-Away Zone$25
Parking on wrong side of the street (facing the wrong way)$25
Parking in Bike Lane$40

For more information on parking fines, see the Municipal Court’s Presumptive Fine Schedule.

Fines Increase If Not Paid Within 30 days

Parking citations (tickets) that are not paid or contested within 30 calendar days will double. Citations not paid within 120 days will be sent to a collection agency, and interest will begin to accrue.

Payment Options

For your convenience, many forms of payment are accepted: cash, check, money order or credit card. We also offer many ways to get your payment to us in a timely manner.

1. Online - This easy to use service requires a credit card for payment. Pay online now.

2. Mail - Checks, made payable to Eugene Municipal Court, for parking payments may be mailed to:

Parking Services

1102 Lincoln Street

Eugene, OR 97401

Do not mail cash.

3. In Person - Eugene Municipal Court - 7:45 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding legal holidays recognized by the City of Eugene.

1102 Lincoln Street

Eugene, OR 97401.

Eugene Police Department West University Substation will accept parking payments from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, with the exception of holidays. They are located at:

791 E. 13th Avenue

Eugene, OR 97401

How to Contest a Ticket

To request a parking ticket review you must complete a Parking Review Form. This form can be picked up at the Eugene Municipal Court at 1102 Lincoln Street, Eugene, OR 97401.

With this form you may contest a ticket or offer an explanation.

 You must pay the original citation in full at or before the time you submit your review form. If you wish to be notified of the decision of the judge, enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope along with your payment and review form.

Visit the Municipal Court website for more information on parking tickets.

What to do if you sell your car:

To ensure you do not receive a citation or collection notice for a vehicle you no longer own it is important to notify the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) so they can update their records. For more information, see the DMV’s Selling, Donating or Gifting a Vehicle webpage.