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Parking Citation Information

Parking citations may be issued for violation of University of Florida parking rules and regulations. Citations must be paid or appealed within 15 calendar days, or the citation is considered delinquent and a late fee will be added.

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  •   Paying A Citation

    Parking citations may be paid online using Visa or Mastercard using the payment link below (at the bottom of this section).
    NOTE: Boot fees, tow fees, bad check fees or other fees cannot be paid online.

    Citation payments may also be made at the Transportation and Parking Services Customer Relations Office, located at 1273 Gale Lemerand Drive, Monday - Friday from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. Payments may be made at the TAPS Customer Relations Office by cash, check, money order, credit card (Visa/MasterCard) or debit card.

    Payments also may be made by check or money order at the after-hours drop box located by the front door of the TAPS Customer Relations Office or through campus or U.S. mail. Please DO NOT use cash for drop box and mailed payments. Be sure to include your name and the citation number to ensure proper credit for your payment. Checks should be made payable to the University of Florida. If mailing your payment, please send it to TAPS at PO Box 112400, Gainesville, FL 32611.


    * IMPORTANT NOTE: Electronic citations do not appear in our system and are not available for payment or appeal until at least 24 hours after they are issued. Hand-written citations can take considerably longer to appear in our system. If your citation does not appear in our system within a week, please make your payment or appeal by mail to meet appeal and payment deadlines.


    * CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE ONLINE PAYMENT APPLICATION


  •   Appealing A Citation

    Parking citations must be appealed in writing and may be appealed online, by mail or in person at the TAPS Customer Relations Office. Appeals must be submitted within 15 calendar days of issuance of the citation. If your appeal is received more than 15 days after the citation's is issued, you forfeit your right to appeal, and the citation will be considered delinquent and will accrue a $10.00 late fee.

    Following the first level appeal decision, a second level appeal may be requested if you are not satisfied with the results. Your citation must be paid and the appeal must be received within 15 calendar days from the date of the appeal decision or you forfeit your right to appeal and the citation will be considered delinquent and will accrue a $10.00 late fee. Second level appeals are in person appeals. You will be contacted to schedule an appointment after you submit your appeal. If the appeal is successful, your payment will be refunded.

    Suspension of your parking privileges on the University of Florida campus may be appealed. Suspension appeals are in person appeals. You will be contacted to schedule an appointment after you submit your appeal. A successful appeal is the only way to restore this privilege prior to September 1st.

    If your vehicle has been impounded (booted or towed) you may request a Probable Cause Hearing. The purpose of the hearing is to determine if the vehicle was impounded according to University of Florida regulations. Impoundment appeals are in person appeals. You will be contacted to schedule an appointment after you submit your appeal.

    Judgment decisions will be sent via email to your official UF email address. If you do not have an official UF email address, the judgment will be sent to the email address provided on your appeal form, or to your local address via US mail. You are responsible for contacting Transportation and Parking Services at (352) 392-7275 to check the appeal status if no judgment has been received within 4-6 weeks of appeal submission.


    * IMPORTANT NOTE: Electronic citations do not appear in our system and are not available for payment or appeal until at least 24 hours after they are issued. Hand-written citations can take considerably longer to appear in our system. If your citation does not appear in our system within a week, please make your payment or appeal by mail to meet appeal and payment deadlines.


    * CLICK HERE TO APPEAL A CITATION, SUSPENSION OR IMPOUND



If you have questions about the citation payment or appeal process, fines, impoundment or suspensions, please contact the Transportation and Parking Services Customer Relations Office: