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Citizens with Outstanding Parking Tickets

Paying Parking Tickets

You may pay all outstanding parking tickets:

  • On-line by going to www.pueblo.us/99/Municipal-Court and clicking on Municipal Court Payments;
  • In person at the Municipal Court, 200 S. Main Street;
  • By mailing payment to Pueblo Municipal Court, 200 S. Main Street, Pueblo, CO 81003; or
  • By placing in the drop box located outside the Municipal Court at 200 S. Main Street.

You are encouraged to resolve your outstanding parking tickets to avoid further consequences.  Please call Municipal Court with any questions at (719) 562-3810. 

Unpaid Parking Ticket Consequences

Parking tickets must be paid or scheduled for trial within 10 days of issuance of the ticket.  Failure to pay or make arrangements for a parking ticket will result in the following actions being taken by the Municipal Court:

  • Entry of default judgment and referral of the case to collections
  • Immobilization of your vehicle
  • Publication of your name on the Immobilization (“Boot”) List on the City’s website

Getting a “Boot” Removed

A fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) will be charged by the clerk of Municipal Court upon immobilization of any vehicle.  You may secure release of an immobilized vehicle by contacting Municipal Court and either (1) paying the amount of unpaid fines and court costs owing for which the vehicle was immobilized together with the immobilization fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00), or (2) posting an appearance bond in the amount of one-half of the unpaid fines and court costs owing or two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00), whichever is greater and agreeing in writing to appear in court on a date certain to answer or respond to all pending notices, citations and traffic charges against you or involving the vehicle.  If you do not make arrangements for the release of the vehicle within three (3) business days the vehicle will be deemed abandoned, towed and impounded by the Police Department.  Removing the immobilization device (“Boot”) before a release is obtained is unlawful and may result in criminal charges against you.