Have you received a penalty notice from the Town of Innisfil for a parking infraction? Find out how to pay or dispute your parking ticket and review our frequently asked questions to learn more about parking infractions. 

The Administrative Monetary Penalty System (AMPS) is the Town of Innisfil's administration and adjudication process for parking tickets. 

Payment options

You can select one of the following payment options to pay a parking ticket.

Pay online

In person

You can also pay in person by visiting Town Hall located at 2101 Innisfil Beach Rd. We accept cash, debit and cheques. An after-hours drop box is available for cheque payments at Town Hall outside the front entrance.


You can mail a cheque or money order payable to The Town of Innisfil to:

Town of Innisfil
2101 Innisfil Beach Rd.
Innisfil, ON  L9S 1A1

Please write the Penalty Notice number on the front of the cheque or money order and add By-Law Enforcement Services in the memo field. Payment must be received by or on the applicable due date. Do not send cash in the mail.

Dispute a parking ticket

Please submit a Screening Review if you'd like to have your penalty notice (ticket) reviewed.

If you choose to dispute your penalty notice, you must request a screening review within 30 days of the effective date of the notice.

If your fine is valid or reduced, you must pay it by the date stated in the response. If we do not receive payment in this timeframe, the full amount and any additional administration costs will apply. 

Penalty notices remain valid throughout the screening review process. We will issue applicable notices until all necessary documentation is received, processed and reviewed.

Hearing reviews

If you are not satisfied with the screening review decision, you can request a Hearing Review at the conclusion of the screening review.

You must submit a hearing review request form within 30 days of receiving the screening decision. Once you have completed the form, we will confirm the date and time of your hearing review through email or by mail.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Review our parking ticket FAQs.

I paid for parking. Why did I receive a ticket?

There are several reasons why you may have received a ticket after you have paid.

  • If your ticket location states “Resident Lot, Lot D or Lot G,” you received a ticket because you are parked in a lot only permitted for Innisfil residents with a valid permit
  • You may have been parked on the grass or in an area where parking is not authorized
  • You may not have been parked in a spot (all vehicles must be parked in a designated space—one vehicle per space)

If parking lots are full, where can I park?

View our parking lots and rates to find parking options in Innisfil. Unfortunately, once the designated parking lot and overflow lot is full, you will have to find an alternative parking location. Parking is not permitted along edges, grass or anywhere that is not designated as a parking space.

If you're not parking in a municipal lot, be aware of no parking signs, parking to close to an intersection, fire hydrants or driveways.

I'm a resident and I received a parking ticket. Why?

As a resident, you must abide by all parking rules. This includes only parking in authorized areas and designated spaces. Review our parking regulations for more information about where you can park. You can also learn how to get a resident parking pass to access certain parking lots with residential access only.

I'm a resident and I received a parking ticket because I don't have a parking pass. What can I do?

If the infraction on the parking ticket is number 2 (fail to display resident permit), you can submit a Screening Review. On the first offence, we will cancel your parking ticket and issue a parking permit.

If a parking ticket states “Park on Municipal Property Where Prohibited,” you have parked in a location not permitted.