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Parking violation, moving violation amnesty days in Tulsa

The City of Tulsa Municipal Court & Police Headquarters building at 600 Civic Center.
(The City of Tulsa Municipal Court & Police Headquarters building at 600 Civic Center)

Anyone with unpaid parking tickets or moving violation tickets can clear up their fines without late fees and warrant fees during the City of Tulsa's amnesty days.

Moving Violation Amnesty Days start June 3 and run through June 10. During these days, people can pay their citations in full with a cashier while avoiding late or warrant fees.

Anyone who can't pay the fines in full can request to see a judge and set up a payment plan.

Those who have citations for no/expired driver’s license, no/expired tag, or no/expired insurance should bring proof of current, active status insurance to be considered for a low-or-no-cost dismissal. Moving violation payments can be made in person at Municipal Court located at 600 Civic Center's second floor, or request to see a judge from 8 a.m.-11 a.m. and 1 p.m.-4 p.m. on June 3 or June 10.

Parking Violation Amnesty starts June 5 through June 16 and allows the vehicle owner or driver to visit the Municipal Court or City Hall to pay preset parking fines without late fees or request a meeting with a judge to set up a payment plan. Those looking to set up a meeting must visit the Municipal Court to get added the docket.

Parking violations can be paid at the Municipal Court at 600 Civic Center's 2nd floor from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or City Hall at 175 E. 2nd Street from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Anyone who has any accessibility concerns or needs additional help can contact the Municipal Court staff beforehand.

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