The City makes every effort to fairly enforce parking rules and regulations. If you receive a Parking violation, it is important to pay the violation within 21 days, otherwise significant penalties will be added and your name sent to the Registry of Motor Vehicles for the purpose of non-renewal of your license and registration.
A $5 penalty is added by the City if not paid within 21 days and will increase again by $15 after fourteen (14) more days. A notice will follow upon which time the ticket must be paid or your violation will result in the Non-Renewal of the License of Registration certificate and a $20.00 penalty is added.
If you wish to dispute the ticket you may request a hearing by contacting the Parking Department within 21 days of issuance of the ticket. Personal checks are accepted prior to Registry notification. After the Registry of Motor Vehicles has been notified, tickets must be paid with Cash, Credit, Bank Check or Money Order.
Secure Online Payment or Appeal For Parking Tickets
Update: April 22, 2019
The City of Lynn Parking Department ticketing payment system is currently experiencing some technical issues. The City is one of a number of municipalities across the state and the nation that uses this ticketing system, managed by Velosum.
The Registry of Motor Vehicles is aware of the issue and is working with all of the affected municipalities to assist individuals who may be unable to renew their license or registration due to holds from a unpaid tickets.
The City of Lynn Parking Department is able to accept payments over the phone or in person, and asks that you provide as much information as you can related to the ticket number and year of issue in order to process the payment.
Thank you for your patience, and please stay tuned for updates as to when the system will be restored.
Lynn City Hall
3 City Hall Square
Lynn, Massachusetts 01901
We can accept Payments or Appeals for all tickets online with the exception of those that have been sent to the Registry of Motor Vehicles.
Otherwise please mail your payment or pay in person at City Hall.