40 Court Street, Floor 1 Unit 1
Plymouth, MA 02360
P: 508-747-5929 | F: 508-747-5939
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10am – 5pm
(NOT CONSIDERED GROUNDS FOR AN APPEAL)
Please note: The following violations of the parking ordinance will not be considered as grounds for an appeal.
Short Errands or Deliveries
“I was just running in to drop something off”
“I was only a few minutes”
“I left my hazard lights on so I could run in and out”
No errand or delivery, no matter how short or how important to the driver (short of a medical emergency) is an acceptable excuse for unlawful parking.
Didn’t See the Sign
“I didn’t see the sign.”
Drivers are required to look f or, and a bide by existing parking signs and pavement markings. Saying that You didn’t see a posted sign preventing parking is not grounds for an appeal.
Charging on Sundays
“I didn’t think you charged on Sundays.”
Like many other locales, Plymouth charges for parking on Sundays as posted on a II o f the parking meters.Stating that you did not know that we charge for parking on Sundays is not grounds for an appeal.
No Other Place to Park
“I was running late and there was no other place to park.”
It is the driver’s responsibility to locate lawful parking. During busy times it may be difficult to find parking in The immediate vicinity of your destination, which may necessitate that you park further a way, a short-walk from your intended destination.
Plenty of Open Parking Spaces
“There were plenty of open metered spaces so I d id not think I had to pay the meter.”
Metered parking is enforced from April” to December 1″ each year during the hours posted on the parking meters regardless of the occupancy rates of the surrounding meters. Meter income is needed to maintain and enforce the public parking supply.
“Please excuse the ticket as this is my first violation.”
A first time offense is not considered grounds for violations of the parking ordinance or dismissing a ticket.
If you have questions, please call (508) 747-5929