2024-07-19 11:41 AM

City Announces ‘1-Time Waiver’ on Unpaid Parking Fine Penalties

The City of Falls Church Treasure’s office is offering a one-time waiver for parking fine penalties, F.C. officials announced today.

Beginning this week, the City treasurer will mail courtesy notices to citizens who have unpaid parking tickets, advising them they have a 30-day reprieve from penalties if their overdue parking fines are paid by Feb. 26, 2010. Citizens who believe that they have delinquent parking fines, and do not get a letter, are advised to contact the Treasurer’s Office immediately.

This is the first time the treasurer has offered a parking fine penalty waiver. The City says the waiver program will save citizens any additional collection fees.

For questions about payment, contact the treasurer at 703-248-5046 or email treasurer@fallshcurchva.gov. The treasurer will not be able to abate or change parking tickets. Questions about parking tickets should be addressed to the Falls Church Police, 703-241-5053 (non-emergency).





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