Parking Citations

Parking Citations

THE BROWARD COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS PROCESSES ALL CITY OF HALLANDALE BEACH PARKING CITATIONS

The Broward County Clerk of Courts Online Fine Payment service is provided as a convenience to the public. If a citation is not available on-line within the 10-day limit, it does not relieve the defendant from the responsibility of paying the fine in a timely manner.
Failure to pay the parking citation in a timely manner will result in late fees.

The following PAYMENT OPTIONS are available:

PAY ON-LINE:

This option is only available once the citation is entered by the Clerk of Courts. Click HERE for more information.

PAY AT AMSCOT

Visit any Florida AMSCOT location to make cash payments for Parking Citations. Click HERE for more information.

PAY BY MAIL

Use the ticket mailer provided by Hallandale Beach and mail payment. DO NOT SEND CASH.  Mail payment to: 

Clerk of Courts Parking Division, P.O. Box 14610, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33302-4610.           

PAY IN PERSON

Visit any courthouse location and pay with a check, money order or cash. Click HERE for more information.

IF YOU ARE NOT THE VIOLATOR or THE VEHICLE IS NOT OWNED BY YOU

If you are not the owner of the vehicle listed in the parking violation or you were not the operator of the vehicle at the time of the violation, you can avoid the required “in person” court appearance by completing the Parking Violation Identify Affidavit which can be purchased from the Clerk’s website and must be sent to the division before the ten (10) business day due date of the violation. Click HERE for more information.

NO OPTION TAKEN BY VIOLATOR

If you do nothing within 10 days of the date the parking violation was issued, your vehicle tag will be flagged and the Department of Motor Vehicles may not permit you to register your car until all parking fines and late fees are paid in full. If you do not appear at your scheduled court date, and/or do not provide any evidence in writing, the Hearing Officer/Magistrate will hold your citation/case in absentia. You will then be informed of their decision by mail.