Street Sweeping in effect between April 19th and the end of June. For information about this City of Calgary program visit: calgary.ca/sweep.
LOT 60 Vaccine Clinic: We’d like to thank the more than 23,000 parkers who’ve attended the TELUS Convention Centre vaccine clinic and successfully registered their licence plate in our system. This process allows us to accommodate as many parkers as possible in our limited capacity parkade. We encourage Calgarians to continue to register their licence plate when attending the clinic, as it ensures vehicle turnover and allows continuous parking access in support of vaccinations.
If you don't pay your parking ticket or parking infraction notice, you will be issued a violation ticket with a "first appearance date". Upon receipt of the violation ticket, you have the option to appeal your violation ticket to the Provincial Court of Alberta. Instructions are on the violation ticket.
You have three options:
If you select Option 2, complete the section on the violation ticket and mail your plea to Provincial Court. A trial date will be scheduled by the court.
Please note: The onus is on you to ensure that payment or any other action reaches the court office before the "first appearance date" to avoid late payment charges.
If you fail to appear in court on any scheduled dates, you may be convicted in absence and face additional fees. A notice of conviction will be issued by the court.
Unpaid fines will result in denial of Alberta Registries services until all outstanding amounts are paid. An accumulation of unpaid fines may result in the suspension of your operator's licence.
The Provincial Court of Alberta, Traffic Court is located at601 5th St SW
Disclaimer: In the event that the information on this website differs from the information on the Violation Ticket, the information on the Violation Ticket shall prevail.