The Parking Enforcement Division is primarily responsible to ensure that motorists comply with local parking laws and ordinances and issue tickets for violations on all Johnson City streets and municipal parking lots. In addition to monitoring violations, parking enforcement is also responsible for maintenance of the parking meters and meter money collection.
Effective parking enforcement provides for the safe and efficient flow of traffic and also improves pedestrian safety by keeping crosswalks and street corners clear of parked cars. Parking enforcement also improves the turnover of parking spaces in the downtown business district. This is critical to the health of our business community, because if a visitor can’t find a place to park, they may choose to take their business or leisure elsewhere. Enforcement of all designated handicap parking spaces in Johnson City is also a priority to help ensure the spaces are not abused and are available to those who have a handicap parking placard.
To report a critical parking violation (vehicle blocking a driveway, fire hydrant, crosswalk, etc), call:
Be prepared to provide information regarding the vehicle's description and plate number. The violation must be observed by a parking enforcement officer or police officer in order for a ticket to be issued.
Bank Checks and Money Orders payable to:
Johnson City Village Court
Court Location & Clerk Hours:
31 Avenue C, 2nd Flr
Johnson City, NY 13790
Mon - Fri 8:30am - 3:30pm
Main Lobby Hours (Drop Box)
Mon - Fri 6:00am - 6:00pm
Fines increase if not paid within 5 business days.
To challenge a ticket, a written plea of NOT GUILTY shall be sent to the VILLAGE COURT within 30 days of the date on the ticket.
Failure to pay the fine or contest the ticket within 30 days of the date of issuance will be deemed an admission of liability, and a penalty of $15.00 will be added to the assessed fine.
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No person shall park a vehicle, whether occupied or not, but may stop or stand temporarily for the purpose of and while actively engaged in loading or unloading merchandise or passengers.
No person shall stand or park a vehicle, whether occupied or not, except for the purpose of actually and expeditiously unloading or loading passengers.
No person shall stop, stand, or park a vehicle, whether occupied or not, except when necessary during a true emergency or in compliance with the directions of a police officer or traffic -control sign or signal.
Meters only need to be fed:
Monday - Saturday
Legal Holidays - FREE
From December 1st through March 31st, no parking is allowed in a metered on-street parking space between 12:01 AM - 6:00 AM
FREE 3 HOUR PARKING is permitted at all metered municipal parking lots during the daytime.
Parking Permits are required for overnight parking.