Please read below for information related to parking tickets in Langford. If you are looking for information on other types of Bylaw Enforcement tickets, please visit the Bylaw Enforcement page.

Pay Your Parking Ticket
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Pay your parking ticket

Parking tickets can be paid online, in-person, or by mail. Click the tabs below for more information.

Dispute your parking ticket

Parking tickets can be disputed in-person at Langford City Hall or online.

Dispute a Ticket in Person

Step 1:
Download a Notice of Dispute form or pick up a form at Langford City Hall. Please bring your parking ticket with you to City Hall during our regular business hours, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays.

Step 2:
Complete the Notice of Dispute form and provide it to a staff member.

Dispute a Ticket Online

Please complete the dispute form below.

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Traffic Bylaw 33

The Traffic Bylaw regulates parking, right-of-way use, and road work in the City. The most common parking infractions are: contrary to posted sign; on-street on a 6m wide road; over a sidewalk or bike lane; an unlicensed vehicle; blocking a driveway or hydrant; and in excess of 72 hours. Parking problems are urgent only when the vehicle poses a public safety risk.

The Traffic Bylaw
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