Beginning on Monday, July 18th owners of vehicles with 10 or more unpaid City of Hollywood parking citations run the risk of having their vehicle immobilized. Several months ago, the City’s Parking Division partnered with the State of Florida Department of Motor Vehicle to place a hold on vehicle registration renewals for chronic offenders with multiple delinquent citations. Following the implementation of this partnership, and on the heels of multiple notices from the City, and the City’s collection agency, beginning on Monday vehicle owners who have chosen to remain delinquent may find their vehicle immobilized if parked on a City street or in any other City parking facility at any time, whether legally parked or not. All fees must be paid in full to the Parking Office prior to the removal of an immobilization device. The device will remain in-place for a maximum of 3-days before a vehicle is towed, impounded, and stored at the owner’s expense.
The City Code of Ordinance 72.156
authorizes the use of motor vehicle immobilizing devices for those with three or more citations. Enforcement will continue as the focus narrows to those with three or more citations.
• Pay in Person Monday through Thursday from 7am to 6pm: 2600 Hollywood Blvd, West Side Annex Building, Hollywood, FL 33020 - Cash, Credit Card, Money Order or Cashier's Check.
For questions regarding this enforcement operation, please call the Parking Office at 954.921.3535.