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 Parking and Transportation

Citation Payments

All citations must be paid or appealed within 10 calendar days. Failure to pay the citation and formally appeal negates any right to further address the citation.

If the Office of Parking and Transportation does not receive payment for fines, or submission of a first appeal, within 10 calendar days from the date of citation issuance, an additional, one–time $10 late fee will accrue.

Payments sent through the United States Postal Service must be postmarked within seven days of citation issuance. Payments sent through campus mail must be received by the 10th day of citation issuance. Lost, stolen, or misplaced citations do not excuse the late fee.

Students

All student accounts with citations 10 days past due will be blocked regardless of the amount. Accounts must be paid in full for the block to be removed. In addition to blocking accounts, grade transcripts may be withheld until the account is paid in full.

Employees

Employee fines may be handled as a payroll deduction and/or assessed against any other money due you from the university. Nonpayment of fines may result in blocked class registration and/or withheld grade transcripts.

Collection

Outstanding fines may also be given to a collection agency. Accounts sent to collections will be assessed an additional collection cost.

When a vehicle is found to be in violation, fines are assessed to:

  • the person, company, corporation, or firm in whose name the vehicle is registered with at the Department of Transportation or the corresponding agency of another state or nation
  • the person who purchased the University permit displayed on the vehicle
  • the son, daughter, spouse, or ward of the registered owner enrolled in or employed at Florida Poly