Parking Fines & Appeals

Parking fines and appeals are managed by the Traffic Management Section of Limerick City & County Council. You can pay your fine online, by post, over the phone or in person.

Parking Fines

The following charges apply if paid within 28 days of issue of the Fixed Charge Offence Notice. 

These amounts plus 50% will apply if paid within the next 28 day period.

Offence Fine Amount
For the range of parking offences €40
For non-display of correct tax disc €60
For illegal parking in a disabled parking bay €150

Manner of Payment

  • Pay in person at Limerick City and County Council Offices at Merchants Quay and Dooradoyle, Newcastle West, Rathkeale or Kilmallock, by cash or credit/debit card.
  • Pay by post with a postal order (Please quote ticket number and car registration number when sending in postal payment).
  • Pay by telephone 061 529029 (24 hour service) using Credit/Debit Card.

Pay Your Parking Fine Online

To pay your parking fine online click here.

Please note you will need the Parking Ticket Number and Vehicle Registration Number. Please remove the LCC and the first zero where applicable on the ticket number.

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Appeal a Fine

An appeal must be made in writing to the Traffic Management Department.

You can also complete an appeal form in our Customer Service Offices at Merchants Quay or Dooradoyle, or at the Municipal Offices in Kilmallock and Newcastle West.

Please Note: We cannot accept appeals after the expiration of the period of 56 days from the date of your fixed charge notice.

    Contact Information

    Traffic Management Department
    Phone: +353 61 557130
    Email: traffic@limerick.ie

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    Traffic Management Enforcement

    Limerick's team of Traffic Wardens is managed by the Traffic Management Section of Limerick City & County Council and wardens are assigned to duties including:

    • Enforcement of local parking bye-laws
    • Enforcement of central traffic and parking regulations

    Enforcement is managed in a structured manner within our resources to prioritise:

    • Safe management of the roads\streets
    • Optimisation of traffic free flow &
    • The availability of on-street parking

    Prior to their assignment our Traffic Wardens are specially trained to be versant with the traffic and parking regulations and bye-laws and also must commit to carrying out their role conscientiously, honestly and impartially. All Local Authority employees also commit to performing their duties with diligence, efficiency and courtesy.

    Complaints 

    Where a member of the public wishes to make a complaint regarding the manner in which Traffic and\or Parking enforcement is carried out (or indeed not carried out)  complaints can be made, including precise details, through the relevant District Offices or for Limerick City directly to: 

    Traffic Management Department
    Phone: +353 61 557130
    Email: traffic@limerick.ie

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