Transit bus delays and cancellations possible beginning Monday, Nov 27. Check your bus schedule online before heading out.
If you received a notice from the Winnipeg Parking Authority informing you of outstanding parking tickets, please follow the instructions provided to make a payment. These notices have been sent under the City's new policy for vehicles whose owners have multiple unpaid parking tickets. Under this policy, vehicles that belong to anyone with three or more unpaid tickets that are past the appeal deadline will be towed if they are found committing another parking offence.
Si vous avez reçu un avis de la Direction du stationnement de Winnipeg vous informant que vous avez des contraventions de stationnement impayées, veuillez suivre les instructions fournies pour faire votre paiement. Ces avis ont été envoyés en vertu de la nouvelle politique de la Ville visant les véhicules dont les propriétaires ont plusieurs contraventions de stationnement impayées. En vertu de cette politique, on remorquera les véhicules des personnes qui ont au moins trois contraventions impayées dont la date limite d’appel est passée si ces personnes commettent une autre infraction au stationnement.
Penalty notice (ticket) information
The City of Winnipeg enforces a number of less-serious bylaw offences by issuing a penalty notice, more commonly known as a ticket. The rules regarding the content, delivery, and appeal process for penalty notices are outlined in the Province of Manitoba’s Municipal By-law Enforcement Act and the City’s Municipal By-law Enforcement Act Enabling By-law.
If you’ve received a penalty notice, you have two options: request a review by a City screening officer or pay the fine.
Pay a penalty notice (ticket)
Many bylaw offences are eligible for an early payment discount if the fine is paid within 14 days of the penalty notice being served.
Request a review (screening)
If you decide to request a review of the penalty notice, the City screening officer may:
- uphold the fine amount,
- reduce the fine amount,
- or cancel the penalty notice.
Check the status of your request
Once the request for a review by a screening officer has been received, you may check the status of your screening review online.
If you disagree with the City screening officer’s decision, you may request a review by a Provincially-appointed adjudicator.
There is a $25 adjudication fee that will be refunded if your appeal is successful. If you would like to request adjudication, please contact 311.
Adjudication results are published and available on the City of Winnipeg’s Open Data Portal.