Ticketing Information

Parking Tickets

Parking tickets issued under City Ordinance can be paid through the following methods:

By Mail: You can mail your payment, along with a check or money order made payable to "The City of Oberlin," to the address provided on the ticket.

In Person: You have the option to pay your parking ticket in person at the Police Station, located at 85 South Main Street (State Route 58). Payments can be made using cash, checks, or money orders. Please note that credit or debit card payments are not currently accepted.

Thank you for your cooperation in settling your parking tickets promptly.

Traffic Tickets

Traffic tickets for both moving and non-moving offenses can be paid at the Oberlin Municipal Court during regular business hours, which are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. However, outside of these regular business hours, including evenings, weekends, and holidays, you may make payments for traffic tickets at the police station.

Payments for fines and penalties at the Oberlin Municipal Court can be made using cash, money orders, or credit cards. Additionally, there is now an option to make payments online. Please note that personal checks are not accepted.

When making payments for traffic fines or waivers, it’s essential to provide the original (blue copy) of the ticket at the time of payment. It’s important to note that certain traffic offenses cannot be waived, and a personal appearance in Court is required for these violations. This includes offenses such as:

We appreciate your compliance and timely resolution of traffic matters.

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