The City of Greeley Parking Services is committed to managing parking to provide safety and convenience for all users.
Parking Citations (Tickets)
Additional Payment Options
- In person: Municipal Court office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
- Mail payment and citation(s) to:
Greeley Municipal Court
1001 11th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80631
Payments are due within 30 days of the citation date.
Please do not mail cash. Payments must be postmarked by the citation due date.
Appealing a Parking Ticket
If you believe that you have received a citation in error you can appeal your ticket online using our parking portal or in person at the Municipal Court 1001 11th Ave, Greeley CO. Please note that court staff cannot negotiate parking tickets.
Appeal a Citation
The first appeal must be within 15 days of citation, and will be reviewed by Parking Services staff. During the appeal process, your ticket will be held in abeyance (state of suspension, frozen) until there is a ruling on the appeal. If the appeal is approved the ticket is dismissed. If the appeal is denied the outstanding fine must be paid within 7 days of the appeal determination.
A second appeal can be filed at this time to the City Parking Referee. If the parking referee approves the second appeal the ticket will be dismissed. If the second appeal is denied the applicant must pay the outstanding fines within 30 days of the appeal determination.
If you wish to appeal a parking ticket in person, please complete the Parking Ticket Appeal form and submit it to the Court Clerk's office.
A vehicle can remain in the public right of way for 72 hours without moving. If the vehicle has not visibly moved for 72 hours it will be issued a ticket with a notice to move within the next 72 hours. After 72 hours from the notice the vehicle will be considered abandoned and towed at the owners expense.
If a vehicle is immobilized and no payment is received within 72 hours, the vehicle will be considered abandoned and will be towed.
If a vehicle is visibly inoperable (due to collision, flat tire, etc.) a ticket will be issued with a notice to remove the vehicle from the public right of way with 72 hours. If the vehicle is not removed within 72 hours the vehicle will be considered abandoned and towed.
Missing or Expired Plates
A vehicle with missing or expired plates will be issued a ticket with a notice to move within 72 hours. After 72 hours the vehicle will be towed.