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Q

Whom do I talk to in regards to a parking/NYS V & T Law 
violation?

A

Any Public Safety staff can explain why you were ticketed. If 
you would like to dispute, an appeal must be filed in writing 
within 15 calender days. 
 
For a NYS V&T Law violation, you must appear in person before 
the appeals board and be prepared to pay fine that day if appeal is 
denied. Surcharge will be added if not paid the date of 
hearing.  
 
After fifteen days, you forfeit your right to an appeal and 
fines must be paid in full without any further statement. 

Q

How do I file an appeal? 

A

Appeals forms are available at the Parking Services Office or submit
a letter with the violation to Parking Services.  
Requests for Appeal must be submitted within 15 days 
or you forfeit your right to an appeal. 


 

Q

What happens if I don't pay for a ticket? 

A

The original fine will escalate and after 90 days may go to a
collection agency. A hold will be placed on your account and 
transcripts will be held. Your vehicle could be immobilized.

 

Q

Where do I pay parking violations? 

A

Pay on-line at My Parking Account 24 hrs a day. Online 
payments only accept credit cards.  
 
Parking Window (Sciences, Bldg 7 Room 341) hours are as 
follows: Monday-Thursday. 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Fridays 8:00 AM - 4:45 PM.
 
Payments may be mailed. Always include the ticket and your 
student I.D. number to insure proper credit. If you pay by 
check there will be a 15 day business hold on your account until the 
check clears.  


 

Q

Why do I have a boot on my car? 

A

Your vehicle has been impounded because you have unpaid 
parking violations.


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Q

How do I get the boot off my car? 

A

Pay all outstanding fines by 7:00 PM or vehicle will be towed 
off campus for safekeeping. Credit card or cash is the only 
acceptable payment methods if your car has been 
impounded.  


 

Q

May I still register for classes with a hold on my account? 

A

It depends on what type of hold.  Some holds are for 
transcripts only and others hold registration and transcripts. 
In either case, fines should be paid before vehicle is 
immobilized (booted). 


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