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M6 Parking is a fully licensed mobile security patrol and parking enforcement company that operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Our company's sole objective is to provide a professional and tailored mobile security patrol and parking enforcement solution for your commercial, industrial or residential property so that you can regain maximum control of your parking spaces.

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Parking enforcement in GTA

M6 Parking is a fully licensed mobile patrol & parking enforcement company that operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Municipal Law Enforcement Officer (MLEO) designated officers

We employ parking enforcement officers who patrol your property and enforce your property's parking rules by issuing municipal parking tickets to violators.

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Large or Small, we do it all

We work with properties of any size, whether commercial, industrial or residential.

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Parking enforcement in GTA

M6 Parking is a fully licensed mobile patrol & parking enforcement company that operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Municipal Law Enforcement Officer (MLEO) designated officers

We employ parking enforcement officers who patrol your property and enforce your property's parking rules by issuing municipal parking tickets to violators.

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Services

Large or Small, we do it all

We work with properties of any size, whether commercial, industrial or residential.

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M6 Parking is a fully licensed mobile patrol & parking enforcement company that operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We employ parking enforcement officers who patrol your property and enforce your property's parking rules by issuing municipal parking tickets to violators. We work with properties of any size, whether commercial, industrial or residential.

FAQs

Received Parking Ticket?

The primary reason for receiving a parking violation notice (i.e. yellow parking ticket) is because your vehicle was illegally parked on private property and/or in violation of a property’s parking rules.


Important information about Parking Violation Notices

If you have received a yellow parking violation notice, you have two options: pay your parking violation or request a review online or in-person within 15 days


If you do not pay or dispute your parking ticket (i.e. Parking Violation Notice) within 15 days of the date of violation, a Notice of Impending Conviction (NIC) will be sent to the registered owner of the vehicle. At this point you can still dispute your ticket or pay the fine


If you do not respond by the due date on the NIC, a Notice of Fine and Due Date (NFDD) showing the set fine, plus court costs will be sent to the registered owner of the vehicle. This will result in an automatic conviction that is registered with the Ministry of Transportation


This means, if the set fine including the additional court costs is not paid by the due date shown on the NFDD, the offence becomes eligible for plate denial. The matter then goes to the Ministry of Transportation and the Municipality in which the ticket was issued is no longer involved.


What are your options?

You have two options after receiving a ticket: you may pay the ticket to municipality in which you received your ticket or dispute the ticket (request review of the ticket). All municipalities in the Greater Toronto Area have a process to dispute the parking violation. The Administrative Penalty System makes requesting a review faster, easier and more convenient.


Do I have to pay the penalty on my ticket if I am requesting a review?

If you request a review, do not pay your parking violation until a decision has been made by a Screening Officer. Payment made before a Screening Review will void your review because your case will be considered resolved


IMPORTANT

If you have received a ticket in the City of Toronto, City of Mississauga or the City of Brampton, you may select the corresponding tab to learn more about the your options. These options may be found at the back of the ticket.


If you have received a ticket outside of Toronto, Mississauga or Brampton, please look at the back of the ticket for your dispute and payment options. Alternatively, contact the municipality’s bylaw enforcement or parking enforcement agency if you are unsure what to do.

City of Toronto

If you have received a parking ticket in the City of Toronto, please see your options below:


OPTION 1: PAYMENT
IF MAKING A PAYMENT ONLINE

Visit: www.toronto.ca/aps


IF MAKING A PAYMENT BY MAIL:

Send a cheque or money order, payable to:
Parking Operations, City of Toronto
Box 4282, Postal Station A
Toronto, Ontario M5W 5W5
Important: Do not sent cash!


IF MAKING A PAYMENT IN PERSON

Parking Operations accepts payment at several locations.
Refer to the back of your ticket for locations and hours of operations.
Important: Payments cannot be accepted at financial institutions


OPTION 2: DISPUTE / REQUEST REVIEW: PAYMENT
TO DISPUTE YOUR TICKET ONLINE

Visit: www.toronto.ca/aps


TO DISPUTE YOUR TICKET IN PERSON

You or your authorized representative must bring this notice to one of Toronto locations listed below, within 15 days of the date of violation of the Parking Violation Notice.


  • Metro Hall, 55 John Street, 3rd Floor
  • North York Civic Centre, 5100 Yonge Street

Hours of operation: Monday to Friday (excluding holidays) from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.


MORE INFORMATION ON IN-PERSON REVIEWS

Authorized Representative

If you are the registered owner of the vehicle, you can have a representative act on your behalf.


An authorized representative includes:

  • a lawyer
  • a licensed paralegal
  • a person authorized under the Law Society Act


Authorized representatives can request a Screening Review and/or a Hearing Review. They can also attend the Screening Review and/or scheduled Hearing Review.


INTERPRETER

Your Screening Review will be conducted in the English language. If you need an interpreter, you may bring a person to assist you. If you cannot bring someone to assist you, an over-the-telephone interpretation service may be available during the Screening Review


RESCHEDULING A SCREENING REVIEW

If you or your representative are unavailable to attend a scheduled in-person Screening Review, you may request an adjournment.


This request must be made in-person at a Screening Office by 4 p.m. at least two business days before the scheduled Screening Review. You can only request one adjournment for a scheduled Screening Review.


If you do not attend your in-person Screening Review, you will be responsible for a Screening Non-Appearance Fee, in addition to the parking penalty. You will not be eligible for a further review or appeal of the parking violation notice.


IMPORTANT

The City of Toronto does not send emails about outstanding parking fines or issue reminders through a third party. If you receive such an email, do not click on any of the links – simply delete the email. Outstanding parking tickets or violation notices can be viewed and paid using the city’s parking ticket services online application


INQUIRIES (TORONTO)

Inquiries about your ticket should be directed to Parking Operations, City of Toronto at:


Telephone: (416) 397-8247
Website: www.toronto.ca/aps
Email: parkinginquiries@toronto.ca


For more information, please visit:


https://www.toronto.ca/services-payments/tickets-fines-penalties/pay/pay-your-parking-violation/

City of Mississauga

If you have received a parking ticket in the City of Mississauga, please see your options below:

OPTION 1: PAYMENT IF MAKING A PAYMENT ONLINE

Visit: www.mississauga.ca/paypenalty

IF MAKING A PAYMENT BY MAIL:

Send a cheque or money order, payable to:

To the Order of: The Corporation of the City of Mississauga
*must include Penalty Notice number on the front of cheque or money order*


Address:
City of Mississauga, Parking Enforcement
PO Box 3085, Station A
Mississauga, Ontario L5A 4E3
*Post dated cheques or payments by installments will not be accepted. *


IF MAKING A PAYMENT IN PERSON

Parking Operations accepts payment at several locations.
Refer to the back of your ticket for locations and hours of operations.
Important: Payments cannot be accepted at financial institutions


IF MAKING A PAYMENT BY PHONE

Call 1-877-678-8465 or 905-755-1295 in the GTA
You can pay using VISA, Mastercard or American Express
*subject to nominal processing fee*


OPTION 2: DISPUTE / REQUEST REVIEW: PAYMENT TO DISPUTE YOUR TICKET ONLINE

Visit: www.mississauga.ca/reviewpenalty

TO DISPUTE YOUR TICKET IN PERSON

You or your authorized representative must bring this notice to one of Mississauga location listed below, within 15 days of the date of violation of the Penalty Notice.

  • Ontario Court of Justice, 950 Burnhamthorpe Rd W

Refer to your ticket for hours of operations.

ELIGIBILITY FOR A SCREENING REQUEST

You have 15 days from your Penalty Date to submit a screening request. After the 15 days, you have 30 days to request an extension of time to submit the screening request. You must have a Penalty Notice that starts with the letter P, A, B or V only. You cannot use this service to schedule a screening for a Parking ticket that starts with the letter M. You, or an authorized representative may use this service, but not both

FAILURE TO APPEAR

Failure to appear at the time and date of screening will result in an affirmation of the Penalty, and the following fees will be applied:

$50.00 Non-Appearance Fee
$25.00 Late Payment Fee
$10.00 MTO Search Fee (P Penalty Notice only)

Non-payment of these amounts will result in your vehicle permit renewal being denied and will be subject to an additional Plate Denial Fee of $20.00.

You can still pay your Penalty Notice up to and including the day and time of your screening and it will result in the cancellation of your screening.

CHECK SCREENING REQUEST STATUS

It is your responsibility to follow-up on the status of your online screening request. You can check the status by searching your Penalty Notice number below.

If you completed a screening request in person, you cannot see the status of your request online, as it is only for previously submitted online requests.

If your scheduled online screening request was subsequently rescheduled or updated in person, you may not see the revised status online, as this service displays information from online activity only and not in-person activity.

IMPORTANT: To use Mississauga’s online portal to pay a ticket, a non-refundable convenience fee of $3.00 applies

INQUIRIES (Mississauga)
Inquiries about your ticket should be directed to 3-1-1 City of Mississauga at:
Telephone: 3-1-1 or 905-615-4311
TTY: 905-896-5151
Website: www.mississauga.ca/reviewpenalty

City of Brampton

If you have received a parking ticket in the City of Brampton, please see your options below:


OPTION 1: PAYMENT
IF MAKING A PAYMENT ONLINE

Visit: www.brampton.ca or https://www.paytickets.ca/ticket/2

When paying online a processing fee of $1.50 per ticket will be added to the total. If you require further clarification please contact the City by dialing 311 (or 905-874-2404) and a customer service agent can assist with your questions.


IF MAKING A PAYMENT BY MAIL:

Ontario Court of Justice
Provincial Offences Office
The City of Brampton
P.O. Box 175
Brampton, Ontario
L6V 2L1

Important: Remit the total payable as shown on the notice. Please enclose originals of both the credit card payment slip and the ticket (offence notice). Please do NOT send cash in the mail and allow sufficient mailing time.


Important: Make all cheques and money orders payable to “City of Brampton” and write the number of the Offence Notice on the front. Post-dated cheques will NOT be accepted. Dishonoured cheques and credit cards will be subject to an administrative fee and, if the period of deficiency causes the ticket due date to lapse and the fine to go into default, an additional fee will be charged and information may be forwarded to a credit bureau


IF MAKING A PAYMENT IN PERSON

Brampton City Hall
Cashiers, 1st Floor
2 Wellington Street West
Southwest corner of Queen and Main Streets
Monday to Friday, excluding holidays
8:30 am to 4:30 pm


Or

Ontario Court of Justice
Provincial Offences Office
5 Ray Lawson Blvd
Southwest corner of Hurontario (Hwy 10) and Ray Lawson Blvd
Monday to Friday, excluding holidays
8:30 am to 4:30 pm


IF MAKING A PAYMENT OVER THE PHONE

Please call (905) 450-4770
Monday to Friday, excluding holidays
8:30 am to 4:30 pm


IMPORTANT: Telephone payments will be subject to a $5.00 convenience fee (plus applicable taxes) per ticket or fine. Payment methods accepted are: Visa, MasterCard or American Express


OPTION 2: DISPUTE / REQUEST REVIEW: PAYMENT
TO DISPUTE YOUR TICKET ONLINE

Visit: https://www.brampton.ca/EN/residents/Parking/Pages/Trial-Request.aspx


TO DISPUTE YOUR TICKET IN PERSON (not accepted by mail)

Call Brampton 311 for Brampton residents, all others call (905) 874-2404 to schedule a Screening Review.


Attend in person to schedule a Screening Review at:


Ontario Court of Justice
Provincial Offences Office
5 Ray Lawson Blvd
Southwest corner of Hurontario Street (Hwy 10) and Ray Lawson Blvd
Monday to Friday, excluding holidays 8:30 am to 4:30 pm


Please have the following information available


  • Penalty Notice
  • Your Registered Vehicle Owner information.
  • Your contact number
  • Failure to appear at your scheduled Screening Review may result in additional fees being applied.

You CANNOT set a screening review date by mail


For information regarding parking-related matters, please call:


(905) 874-2404
Monday to Friday, excluding holidays, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
City of Brampton Enforcement and By-Law Services Division
8850 McLaughlin Road South, southwest of Queen Street West and McLaughlin Road South


MORE INFORMATION ON IN-PERSON REVIEWS

Authorized Representative If you wish to dispute your parking ticket, you, or someone acting on your behalf, must attend IN PERSON between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. at:
Ontario Court of Justice
Provincial Offences Office
5 Ray Lawson Boulevard
Southwest corner of Hurontario Street (Hwy 10) and Ray Lawson Boulevard
Monday to Friday, excluding holidays
You must bring the Parking Infraction Notice with you. A Notice of Intention to appear must be signed.


NOTICE TO ONTARIO MOTORISTS

Failure to pay the Penalty Notice (and related fees) imposed upon affirmation will result in your Ontario Vehicle Permit not being renewed and no new permit being issued to you until the Penalty Notice and all related fees have been paid.


IMPORTANT

The City of Brampton does not send emails about outstanding parking fines or issue reminders through a third party. If you receive such an email, do not click on any of the links – simply delete the email. Outstanding parking tickets or violation notices can be viewed and paid using the city’s parking ticket services online application


INQUIRIES (TORONTO)

Inquiries about your ticket should be directed to Parking Operations, City of Toronto at:
Telephone: (905) 874-2404
Website: http://www.brampton.ca/EN/residents/Parking/Pages/welcome.aspx
Email: n/a


For more information, please visit: http://www.brampton.ca/EN/residents/Parking/Pages/welcome.aspx or http://www.brampton.ca/EN/residents/Parking/Pages/Parking-Ticket-Payment-FAQ.aspx