Violations/Tickets

Tickets are now sent to motorists via mail, and are no longer left in yellow envelopes under a vehicle’s windshield wipers. 

A motorist can tell if their vehicle is in violation by observing the meter stick closest to the rear of their vehicle. A green light means you are paid up and a red light means you are in violation mode and could receive a parking ticket. 

If you find your meter stick is red, you can true-up -- that is, pay for any 'expired' time before you leave the parking space. Doing so ensures that you will not get a ticket, as long as you have not exceeded the maximum time limits.  

More information can be found at https://www.romi.gov/1553/Parking-in-Downtown-Royal-Oak

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1. Back-In Parking
2. 2-Hour Max Limits
3. Grace Periods
4. Comunication
5. Violations/Tickets