The City of Erie Police Department’s Traffic Court Division is tasked with the collection of fines for all parking tickets issued in the city. The office consists of one Sergeant and two civilian employees.
The civilian employees handle all the office duties which include taking phone calls from the public regarding parking tickets and referring complaints to the supervisor as needed. Collecting fines and processing full and partial payments received. Organize, track and file all vehicles that are immobilized and/or towed. Organize and file parking tickets that are issued by uniformed police officers.
The Sergeant is responsible for the deployment of all immobilization devices (boots) placed on the vehicles identified as being boot eligible. Once payment has been received the Sergeant is sent to remove the boot. The Sergeant is also responsible for resolving any dispute regarding issued tickets and the handling of all complaints called into the office or the City Grows website.
The Traffic Court Office also works closely with the Erie Parking Authority and it’s director to make parking and enforcement in the City more efficient and user friendly.
Monday -Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
The office is closed on holidays.