Parking Tickets

Pay Parking Ticket Online  


 
Visit our online payments page
 and search by citation number

Pay in Person


*TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED*

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, in person payment is suspended until further notice. Payment is accepted by mail and online only. Please contact the Traffic/Parking Division at 617-730-2230 with any questions.

Please note that there is a 2.95% service fee assessed to each credit card transaction. The Parking Clerk of Brookline does NOT accept personal checks if the ticket has a RMV hold placed on it.

If a ticket has an RMV hold, payments can only be made with in person or by mail, online payments are not acceptable.  Upon payment of a ticket with an RMV hold the customer will receive a hard copy of their RMV Release Form, but will also be cleared out of the RMV Database.

Whole tickets must be paid for in the exact amount due; no partial payments are accepted.

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Pay By Mail


You can pay by mail by sending your ticket with a check or money order payable to:

Parking Clerk, Town of Brookline
P.O. Box 470708,
Brookline, MA
02447-0708.

Appeal Parking Ticket In Person
*TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED*

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, in person appeals are suspended until further notice. Appeals are being conducted by mail and online only. Please contact the Traffic/Parking Division at 617-730-2230 with any questions.

Appeal by Mail
The appeal letter must include the name and address of the person appealing the ticket and any evidence, diagrams or documentation supporting the appeal. 
Mail to:
Parking Clerk, Town of Brookline
P.O. Box 470708
Brookline, MA
02447-0708


Appeal Online


Fill out the online appeal form

If a ticket is mitigated or upheld the registered owner will have 30 days to pay from the decision date the designated fees.  If payment is not received in 30 days the ticket will revert to original amount, plus penalties.


You are only allowed one type of appeal per ticket in Brookline. To appeal a Final Judgment issued by the Parking Clerk, you must contact the Norfolk Superior Court Clerk directly for information, including filing fee, on a further appeal process. Please call (781) 326-1600 or visit the Norfolk County Superior Court office at: 
650 High Street. Dedham MA 02026


Broken Meters

All broken meters can be reported for repairs through the BROOKONLINE website.

When reporting a broken meter, please have the parking meter number, street location, and a brief synopsis of the malfunction.

Pay Space Meter Instructions