Parking and Automated Enforcement
400 Washington Avenue, Room 150
Towson, Maryland 21204-4665
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The mission of the Parking and Automated Enforcement Section is two-fold. One is to enforce county parking and automated enforcement regulations which have been specifically designed to promote safety on county’s roads, streets and alleyways as well as to expedite traffic flow and promote proper use of parking spaces. Additionally, every effort is made to assure the public that payment of a violation is an easy and efficient process.
How to Pay Parking and Automated Enforcement Violations
You can pay Baltimore County parking, red light, and speed camera violations through the mail, by phone, in person or online. You may use Visa, Master Card or Discover Card as well as a check, cash or money order to pay violations. A $2.50 convenience fee will be charged by your credit card company. If you need a VR119 Form and you are paying with a credit card, your release will be available the next business day. If using a check, please allow 15 business days for the release to be processed. To process your transactions accurately, you will need to provide the vehicle tag number as well as the violation number. If you do not know the violation number you may call 410-887-2777 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Payment using the Automated Telephone System
Payment can be made with Visa, Discover Card, Master Card or electronic check. Call 410-887-2777 and follow the directions.
- Payment by Mail
Forward a copy of your violation along with a check or money order payable to Baltimore County Maryland, Historic Courthouse, 400 Washington Avenue, Room 150, Towson, Maryland 21204-4665.
- Payment in Person
Payment may be made in person at the Office of Budget and Finance, Violation Payment Office, located in Room 150, Historic Courthouse, 400 Washington Avenue, Towson, Maryland. The office is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Cash, check, money order and Discover Card are accepted when paying your bill in person.
- Payment Online – Baltimore County Parking and Automated Enforcement System
Violations can be paid online by using the Baltimore County Parking and Automated Enforcement Violation Payment System. By using this system you agree to be bound by the User Terms and Conditions for Online Payments. To accept these Terms and Conditions, select the link below.
Revised July 16, 2013