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Parking Violations

Methods of Payment

Courtesy Box

Place the amount indicated along with the parking citation in the envelope and deposit it in one of the yellow courtesy boxes which are attached to a meter post.


Enclose your parking citation and your payment in the envelope provided for deposit in a mail box and mail to: Municipal Court 201 W. Gray, Building B Norman, OK 73069 Note: Please include your Ticket Number and your Vehicle License Plate Number on all payments. DO NOT MAIL CASH. Fine payment may be made by mailing personal check, cashier’s check, or money order payable to the City of Norman.

In Person

Payment may be made in person at the Municipal Court public counter by
cash, check, money order, cashier's check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express
at the address listed above. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., closed Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

Drop Box

Located outside the Court's lobby door.


Court Appearances

You must request a court appearance by appearing in person at Municipal Court, 201 W. Gray, Building B. Municipal Court requires a cash bond in the amount of the ticket plus thirty dollars ($30.00) court costs at the time a court date is scheduled.

Broken Meter

If you receive a parking citation and believe the parking meter to not be working properly, please notify the court in person or by telephone immediately. Please inform the Court of:

  1. The meter number (located on your citation)
  2. Your tag number
  3. The Citation number
  4. Date of violation
  5. Your name & telephone number

The Court will report the information to the Traffic Control Department and you will be notified within 48 hours of the result of the meter check.

If the meter is not working properly, you will not owe the fine. Otherwise, payment will be due.

Impoundment of Vehicle for Delinquent Tickets

Any vehicle found to have three or more delinquent citations may be impounded in accordance with City Ordinance 20-701. Towing and storage fees, in addition to citation fees, are the responsibility of the vehicle owner.