Why Did I get a Notice?

Courtesy

Courtesy NoticeCourtesy Notices are placed on vehicles where records indicate 3 overdue, unpaid parking tickets. The City of Seattle is making these notices available to give motorists an additional reminder before further action is necessary. This notice is also to let vehicle owners know that they are one ticket away from having their vehicle immobilized with a boot device.



30-Day

30 Day Notice30-Day Notices may be placed on vehicles or mailed to registered owners where records indicate 4 or more overdue, unpaid parking tickets. Consistent with Seattle Municipal Code 11.35, thirty days after this notice is placed on the vehicle or mailed the plate will be moved to the Scofflaw list and eligible to have their vehicle immobilized with a boot device.

30 Day Notice by mail



Scofflaw

Scofflaw NoticeConsistent with Seattle Municipal Code 11.35 scofflaw notices are placed on a vehicle along with an immobilization device called a boot. Scofflaw notices are placed on vehicles where records indicate 4 or more overdue, unpaid parking and the Court has been able to send the registered owner notice by mail or place a 30-Day Notice on the vehicle. Instructions on how to pay or get on a payment plan and then remove the device are included on the Scofflaw notice.