A. Call 866-353-7151 Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm and say “get information” when prompted by the automated voice response system, or do it online by entering your license plate number and state here.
A. There are several options. You can:
A. If you choose to contest a ticket, you must schedule a court hearing within twenty (20) days of the Date of Issue. Please visit Pittsburgh Parking Court for more information. You can also schedule a hearing online. Please see the Homepage
A. Call Parking Court at 866-353-7151, Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm and say "get information" when prompted by the automated voice response system. The operator has access to the payment records.
A. You can report the vehicle as abandoned by calling the 311 Response Center at 412-255-2621.
A. That rule is in accordance with City of Pittsburgh Ordinance #545.03 which states "…All vehicles shall be parked head-in unless otherwise posted…"
If you need to have parking meters taken out of service for special events or construction purposes, please contact the enforcement division at 412-560-2521 for information. You will be faxed a form requesting the address, number of spaces, meter numbers and the duration of the scheduled outage. There is a per meter charge for this service.
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