You will need your parking ticket or the license plate of the vehicle to which the ticket was issued, as well as your valid VISA or MasterCard credit card. VISA or MasterCard Debit cards cannot be used on this site.
Parking Ticket Frequently Asked Questions
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No. There are no additional fees or charges applied with paying a parking ticket online.
There are a few possible reasons for this, including:
- The ticket is paid.
- The ticket has been forwarded to the Provincial Court for processing. Payment may be able to be made through the Alberta Fine Payment System online if you have the Provincial Part 3 Violation Notice. Please contact Parking Administration, 403-342-8185, for more information.
Contact Parking Administration, 403-342-8185, for assistance.
Only the full amount on the ticket or notice can be accepted. City Council sets the fine amount for all City Bylaws and the Alberta Government sets the fine amount for Highway Traffic Act offences.
Your ticket may qualify for an early payment deduction. The web screen automatically adjusts fine amounts to reflect an early payment.
When you complete the online payment process, you will be given the option to print out a receipt on your printer. Failing that, your authorization number from the credit card company is your proof of payment.
Payment can be made by the following means:
Pay in person at:
City Hall Cashiers
First floor, City Hall
4914 - 48 Avenue
Red Deer, AB
Hours: Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Closed Statutory Holidays
Pay by mail to:
City of Red Deer
Red Deer, AB
After hours drop-off: (No Cash Please)
City Hall (east or west entrance) 4914 - 48 Avenue Red Deer, AB
The City of Red Deer must verify certain information before a refund is issued. Please contact the Inspections & Licensing department at 403-342-8185, Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. for further assistance. Note the office is closed on statutory holidays.
Please refer to the Appeal your Parking Ticket page for information on appealing your ticket.
If your parking ticket is unpaid after 35 days, a violation ticket will be issued, indicating a Provincial Court date. Once the violation ticket has been issued, you will have to pay your ticket at the Provincial Courthouse or through the Alberta Fine Payment System online. You also have the option of appearing in court on the date indicated on your violation ticket.