If you’re not sure whether or not you have a parking ticket, the City of Tulsa is giving one more chance to pay it before the cost goes up.
The city has added a searchable database that contains vehicles with more than one parking ticket in Tulsa. You’ll need your tag number to search the list.
The city’s parking amnesty program is allowing people to pay just $15 for any unpaid parking tickets. The program ends February 7th.
Once the program ends your car could be towed and impounded until your tickets are paid. To make things worse, the tickets could go up to $200 to $300.
The Tow List is several clicks away from the home page, but you can click here to go directly to the list.
It is important to note that while you can pay a parking ticket online, the amnesty program only works if you pay in person. Pay your tickets at City Hall, 175 E. 2nd Street, or at Tulsa Municipal Courts, 600 Civic Center, second floor.
From the City of Tulsa:
Vehicles will be removed from the tow list when tickets are paid.
The amnesty period is only for parking tickets at public parking spaces, not for privately-owned lots, moving violations or other kinds of tickets.