Town of Milton introduces new way to pay and dispute parking tickets


Published February 2, 2022 at 12:03 pm

The Town of Milton has introduced a new way for residents to pay and dispute parking tickets.

The Town has recently announced the introduction of an Administrative Penalties System (APS) that will allow those who have received a parking ticket to work with Town staff to resolve the penalty notice as opposed to going through the provincial court system.

According to the Town, this new system will help to avoid a lengthy and potentially costly process under the provincial courts. It will also offer a more user-friendly experience for those who have received a ticket.

Effective Feb. 1, 2022, anyone who receives a parking ticket or penalty notice will have the option to either pay the ticket within 15 days or dispute it by scheduling a meeting with a screening officer.

According to the Town, a screening officer will then conduct an initial review of the reported offence and make a decision to either reject, reduce or confirm the penalty.

Should the customer disagree with the screening officer’s decision, the matter will then be referred to an independent hearing officer who will make a final decision on the penalty.

For more information on APS, the processes and the Town’s parking regulations, click here.


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