There are a few circumstances where a person with a valid Accessible Parking Permit receives a parking penalty notice may request the parking penalty be cancelled or voided.
Unless the penalty notice is for one of the parking infractions eligible to be cancelled or voided, the person receiving the penalty notice is responsible for the parking penalty notice and may dispute the penalty notice through a Screening Review and/or Hearing Review.
If a driver is given a Penalty Notice and does not have the Accessibility Parking Permit displayed, but can produce the valid Accessibility Parking Permit at a later date, penalty notices may be cancelled or voided as determined by the City.
Evidence must be provided to establish that the criteria to cancel or void a penalty notice has been met, including:
1. A valid copy of the Accessible Parking Permit
2. If the vehicle is not registered to the Accessible Parking Permit holder, an original letter signed by the Accessible Parking Permit holder stating that they were with the registered owner on the date and at the time of infraction.
This information must be provided at the time of request to cancel or void a penalty notice due to a valid Accessible Parking Permit.