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What you need to pay online
Welcome to the City of Portland's Online Parking Ticket Payment Service. Online payments are accepted by Visa, MasterCard and Discover Card. All payment transactions are performed through secure Internet servers.

Items you will need before getting started:

If your vehicle has been towed or immobilized (booted), you must pay in person at City Hall, 389 Congress Street, Treasury Division, room 102 or by credit card over the phone (874-8860). Treasury hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 am - 4:30 pm. After hours, weekends and holidays please go to the Police Department, Information Desk, 109 Middle Street (874-8517) where payments may be made in cash only.

Notice: If you are paying a parking ticket either online or in person at City Hall, There is a delay of two business days to process the payment and update the parking violation records.

The City shall not accept any responsibility for errors made by persons paying tickets online.

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Questions? about your ticket: e-mail or 207-874-8498
about your payment: e-mail or 207-874-8860

The PortlandParkingTickets.com site is charging a "Portal Fee" of $2.25 per transaction. Effective July 1, 2010 - For instance, someone logs on and pays three tickets for a total of $45.00 their transaction total will be $47.25 with $45.00 showing as parking tickets and $2.25 showing as the service provider's PORTAL FEE. Of course, the constituent will be able to authorize or opt out. The fee does not come to City of Portland; it stays with the third party provider, InforME, which administers Portland's parking ticket site. In this age of tight budgets the City elected to pass this cost along to site users rather than fund it as a broad general tax base cost to all taxpayers. We trust you'll understand the logic of the Council decision as part of Fiscal 2011 budget adoption.

InforME: Information Resource of Maine For technical questions about this website:
Email InforME's Help Desk