Disabled parking space citations
If you received a parking citation for parking in a disabled parking space while transporting a disabled person or if you have a disabled parking placard and received a citation for an expired parking meter, you have the following options to contest the citation:
- Contest the citation and bring with you or include a copy of the placard and a copy of the disabled person’s current identification (driver’s license, state identification card or military identification card) and a notarized letter—signed by the disabled person—attesting to the fact that you and/or your vehicle were providing transport for the disabled person at the date, time and place the citation was issued.
- Contest the citation and bring with you or include your disabled placard and driver’s license or copy of the current vehicle registration that confirms the date the disabled tags/plates were issued to the vehicle.
Expired parking placards
If your disabled parking placard is expired, obtain a renewed placard and contest the violation. The placard must be renewed before the citation can be considered for dismissal.
Individuals with disabilities who do not have a disabled parking placard
If you qualify for a disabled parking placard but do not have one, apply for a placard or license plates at your local county sub-courthouse: