Parking Ticket Payments

Parking Ticket Online Payment Disclaimer

Before paying your fine online, please note that it will take one business day to process your payment.

Parking Collections

Please be advised that the City of Eugene recently contracted with Linebarger, Goggan Blair & Sampson for collection on delinquent parking citations.  If you received a letter from this agency, it represents a legitimate balance owed to the City of Eugene.  Their contact information is as follows:

Linebarger, Goggan Blair & Sampson
Texas Office/Remittance
PO Box 702118
San Antonio, TX 78270
Phone: 1-877-251-1658
Colorado Office
1515 Cleveland Place Suite 300
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: 1-877-464-1016

Helpful information regarding citations referred to collections:

• If you have received a collection letter from Linebarger, Goggan Blair & Sampson regarding an outstanding parking citation, you can make your payment by visiting their website and following the instructions provided in their letter.

• Interest will be charged on accounts referred to collections.  City code authorizes the City of Eugene to charge 18% interest on sums unpaid and owing to the City.

• Interest starts accruing on the date of referral to Linebarger, Goggan Blair & Sampson.

• Parking tickets will NOT be turned over to the credit bureau.

What to do if you sell your car

To ensure you do not receive a citation or collection notice for a vehicle you no longer own it is important to notify the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) so they can update their records. For more information, see the DMV’s Selling, Donating or Gifting a Vehicle webpage.

If you received a letter or a citation regarding a vehicle you no longer owe, you can provide a copy of the bill of sale, the DMV records of transfer of ownership and/or insurance records showing the vehicle was dropped from your insurance.
General Parking Ticket Information
These tickets illustrate the two types of parking citations which may be issued by City of Eugene Parking Services Officers or City of Eugene Police Officers.

You may access the parking computer database to obtain information about your outstanding and paid parking citations. The on-line parking ticket information is accessed by entering your vehicle license plate number or your parking ticket number.
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The data in the computer system is reflective of information in the database at that moment. Parking tickets issued by enforcement agencies are not immediately received by the court and may not be loaded into the database. There is no guarantee that the computer database includes all outstanding citations from enforcement agencies. It is your responsibility to follow-up with the court to verify all outstanding parking tickets are paid in full.
How To Resolve a Ticket
The following options are available to resolve a parking ticket: 
  • Pay the bail and appear at Parking Court. Parking Court is held on the second Thursday of each month (excluding holidays) at 8:30 a.m. in Eugene Municipal Court. If you choose to appear at court, please bring the ticket or a copy of the ticket with you.
  • Pay the bail and plead not guilty. You will receive a trial notice from the court with the scheduled date and time of the trial.
  • Pay the bail and submit a written explanation. The amount of bail must be paid in full for the explanation to be considered. If a written explanation is submitted, the right to a court hearing or appeal is waived, and the court's decision is final. You may send your written explanation by letter or complete the Parking Ticket Review form. This form is also available at the Eugene Municipal Court. If you wish to be notified of the court's ruling, a self-addressed, stamped envelope must be attached to your written explanation.
  • Pay the bail due within 30 calendar days from the date of issue.
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If your case is dismissed, you are found not guilty or the fine is reduced, a refund check will be mailed to you at the address you provide to the court.

The bail will double if the original bail is not paid in full within 30 calendar days of the date of issue. A vehicle may be booted when $40.00 or more in outstanding fines is 30 days or more past due. If you fail to meet your financial obligation your account may be referred to an external collection agency. 

How to Pay a Ticket

Parking tickets may be paid over the internet on our secure site, by mail, or in person.

Online Payment

Using the online payment site, enter your license plate or ticket number and click Lookup.

Online Payment Disclaimer 

Before paying your fine online, please note that it will take one business day to process your payment.

Payment by Mail

Checks, made payable to Eugene Municipal Court, for parking payments may be mailed to:

Parking Services
1102 Lincoln St.
Eugene, OR 97401

Do not mail cash. Payments will be credited to the vehicle on the date payment is received. Postmarks are not honored with regard to past-due penalties and dates imposed.

Where to Pay

Parking ticket and/or boot removal payments can be made at:

Eugene Municipal Court
1102 Lincoln St.
Eugene, OR 97401

The hours of operation are 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday, excluding legal holidays recognized by the City of Eugene.

Other Payment Locations

Eugene Police Department West University Substation will accept parking payments from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, with the exception of holidays. They are located at:

791 E. 13th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97401

When the court is closed, payments for tickets and/or boot removal may be made at the Eugene Police Department at:

300 Country Club Road
Eugene, OR 97401

The Eugene Police Department is open 24/7 and this service is available there when court is closed. Please note that payments for boot removal must be made in cash, MasterCard, VISA, money order or cashier’s check.

Parking Court

You may attend parking court on the second Thursday of each month at 8:30 a.m. You must check in before 8:30 a.m. at the front counter of Eugene Municipal Court located at:

1102 Lincoln St.
Eugene, OR 97401

If you arrive late, you will not be allowed in parking court for that day.

Written Request for Review of Parking Ticket

To request a parking ticket review you must complete a Parking Review Form. This form can be picked up at the Eugene Municipal Court at:

1102 Lincoln St.
Eugene, OR 97401

With this form you may contest a ticket or offer an explanation. 

You must pay the original bail in full at or before the time you submit your review form. If you wish to be notified of the decision of the judge, enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope along with your payment and review form.

Immobilized or Booted Vehicles

Motor vehicles are subject to immobilization if the vehicle accumulates or has accumulated outstanding bails/fines. If your vehicle is immobilized or booted, you are required to pay all outstanding parking bails or fines, all penalties, plus additional bail for violation of Eugene Municipal Code 5.231. Acceptable payment methods for booted vehicles are cash, MasterCard, VISA, money order or cashier’s check.

Booted vehicles with an outstanding parking ticket balance not paid by 11 a.m. the day following the vehicle being booted is subject to towing from the street. All fees associated with the vehicle’s past-due parking tickets, and all penalties must be paid before the vehicle will be released. To avoid the vehicle being towed if you are unable to pay the entire amount due call 541-682-5294 to make arrangements to appear before a judge at the next available court session.

Do Not Attempt to Remove the Boot From the Vehicle

Care is taken to attach immobilization devices or boots to avoid causing damage to the vehicle tire, wheel or body. Removal of these devices by anyone other than authorized personnel may cause damage to the vehicle. Any unauthorized person who removes a boot will be prosecuted under the appropriate state and/or City Code.

Disabled Parking Privileges

Special parking privileges are available through the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles for individuals with disabilities.

Those who are certified by an authorized health care specialist as having a permanent or temporary disability that limits or impairs their ability to walk are eligible for a Disabled Person Parking Permit. There are several types of permits available through the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles based on your needs. For complete details, please view the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles disabled information.


The information on this site does not constitute legal advice, it is provided for information only. While we make every effort to provide accurate information, there is no guarantee as to the accuracy.