How do I contest the ticket? Can I get the fine lowered?
You have 15 days from the date your ticket is issued to respond - either by paying or requesting a hearing. Only judges decide if lowering the ticket amount is warranted. To request a hearing, refer to the back of your ticket and check either box 2 or 3, write your name, include a mailing address, and sign your name. Mail the ticket to:

Everett Municipal Court
3028 Wetmore Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

You will receive a notice of your hearing date within the next 5 to 10 working days.Everett Municipal Court

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1. Where can I pay my parking tickets?
2. Who do I contact if I have a question about how much I owe in parking fines?
3. Can I pay my parking tickets by mail?
4. There is an abandoned vehicle parked on my street. What can I do about it?
5. How long can I park on a city street without moving?
6. What happens when I report an abandoned vehicle?
7. What happens 72 hours after a vehicle has been red tagged?
8. Who do I contact to receive a Residential Parking Permit?
9. Can I do major repair work on my vehicle while it is parked on the City Street?
10. Do Residential Parking Permits allow me to park anywhere for unlimited time?
11. How long can motorhomes be parked on the city right of way?
12. Is it ok to park in alleys?
13. Where can I pay my parking tickets?
14. I lost my ticket. What is needed and how do I take care of it?
15. I have a question about the ticket I received. Who can I speak to?
16. How do I contest the ticket? Can I get the fine lowered?
17. I won’t be able to attend my court date. Can I reschedule?
18. I missed my court date. What can I do?
19. I forgot to display my disabled parking placard and received a ticket. What can I do?
20. What if I can’t afford to pay my parking ticket?
21. I received a delinquent parking notice on a car I sold. What do I do?