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The Revenue Accounting division handles collection services for parking tickets issued by a variety of agencies throughout Sonoma County. The agencies this division collects for are:
- Sonoma County General Services
- Sonoma County Sheriff
- Sonoma Developmental Center
- Regional Parks
- CHP Sonoma County
- Emergency Services
- Sonoma County Airport
- Town of Windsor
- City of Rohnert Park
- City of Cloverdale
If your ticket is not from one of the agencies listed above, please contact the citing agency directly with any questions.
Payments must be made within 30 days of the date the citation was issued. If the payment is not received on time, a late fee will be applied at the discretion of the citing agency.
You can pay in person with cash, money order, cashier’s check or personal check during normal business hours, Monday thru Friday 8:00am until 5:00pm, at the Tax Collector's Office, located at 585 Fiscal Dr, Suite 100,Santa Rosa, CA 95403.
Payments with Credit or Debit Card must be made over the phone or online. To make a payment by phone please call 1-888-207-5718 and follow the automated prompts. To make a payment online, please visit https://www.paymycite.com/sonomacounty.
Please note: If paying by credit or debit, by phone or on-line, a processing fee will be added and payable to our processing company.
Contesting a Citation
You may contest a citation within 30 days from the date the citation was issued. To do so a contesting form must be completed and returned to our office. You can find an electronic copy of the form below or request one from our office. Please include any supporting documents or photos with your contesting form. Photos can be emailed to email@example.com with citation number referenced.
By submitting a completed contesting form, a hold is put on your citation until it can be reviewed. Once processed a written decision will be mailed to the address provided on the review form. If the citation is dismissed, no further action is needed. If the citation is upheld, the fine will be due 21 calendar days from the date of the letter. If citation is upheld and you wish to appeal the decision, the directions to do so will be included with the decision. You have 21 calendar days from the date of the letter to submit the decision for appeal with a hearing officer.
Citations Eligible for Fine Reduction
If you are cited for either of the violations listed below, you may qualify for a fine reduction.
- CVC 5204 - Expired Tags
- CVC 5200 - Missing Plates
To qualify for a reduction, you must show proof of correction within 30 days of the date the citation was issued. Your violation correction will need to be inspected and signed by an officer or an authorized member of our Parking Administrative Unit by appointment.
Should you have any questions, contact the Parking Administration and Adjudication at (707) 565-1113.