You can pay a Gisborne District Council issued parking ticket in full:
• Online using QuickPay with a debit or credit card.
• Cash or eftpos at our customer service in Fitzherbert Street or Te Puia Springs
• electronic banking - to account Westpac 03 0638 0502288 00 quote the infringement notice number and vehicle registration.
• "swift" code for overseas payments - WPACNZ2W
The parking ticket must be paid in full, you cannot pay if off by instalments. If the ticket goes to court, arrangements must be made with the court for instalment payments.
A reminder notice is sent out after 28 days if the ticket remains unpaid. If you wish to provide an explanation - fill in the form below.
The ticket holder will have a further 28 days to pay.
If payment is not received in 56 days, the ticket will go to court and a further $30 'court filing fee" is added to the ticket amount.
Speeding fines are issued by the police can be paid at any Westpac bank.
If you've received a parking ticket and would like to explain the circumstances, fill out the form below and provide as much detail as you can. We will assess your explanation and determine whether your ticket can be waived.
If you would like to notify us of a change of details or vehicle ownership, this must be in writing.
Fill in this Infringement Explanation Form.
You can also email us see our contact details
Quote the parking ticket number and provide any supporting documents such as a WoF document or vehicle registration receipt.
To advise us of a change of vehicle ownership, please provide a copy of the change of ownership form or the full name, address and a contact phone number of the new owner.
You should receive written notice of the decision within 3 weeks from when we receive your request.
Parking ticket questions and answers
What if I want to dispute my ticket?
You need to provide an explanation in writing, see above.
What happens if my car received a ticket, but I was not driving it at the time?
You need to give us the full name, residential address details and date of birth of the person who was driving the vehicle at the time the ticket was issued. We need this in writing. We will then send the notice to that person. Use our online explanation form
Why did I get a reminder notice when I had sold the vehicle prior to the issue of the parking ticket?
The responsibility for notifying a change of ownership is shared by both the seller and purchaser. Have you completed your portion of the change of ownership?
Can I pay my parking ticket without the ticket?
Yes, we just need your name and vehicle registration number.
How do I know if the payment has been received?
You can contact customer service
What happens when a parking ticket goes to Court?
The responsibility for the collection of parking fees is the Department of Justice, who will send out a notice of fine.
What types of parking tickets do you accept payment for?
All parking tickets issued by Gisborne District Council.