Parking Citations

The Azusa Police Department is responsible for enforcing parking laws within the City of Azusa. Parking laws are regulated under the Azusa Municipal Code and the California Vehicle Code. 

Parking laws exist to provide free thoroughfare of vehicle traffic on roadways and in parking lots. They also assist in ensuring there is adequate parking for emergency vehicles and people with disabilities who have obtained a Disabled Person Parking Placard.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to popular questions below. If you don't see your question, ask it in our forum.

How Do I Pay A Parking Citation?

We do not accept citation payments at the police station.

To pay by telephone, you may contact Turbo Data at 1 (800) 553-4412.

To pay on-line, go to Turbo Data’s website at

To mail in a payment (check or money order; NO CASH) to:

City of Azusa
PO Box 2081
Tustin, CA 92781-2081

When making any payment, please provide us with a copy of the citation, citation number or the license plate number of the vehicle.  


How Do I Contest A Parking Citation?

To contest a parking citation, the violator may request to contest the notice of parking violation online at or by sending a written declaration to

Parking Review
City of Azusa
PO Box 2081
Tustin, CA 92781-2081


I Received A Handicap Parking Citation. I Have A Disabled Person's Placard. What Do I Do?

If you have a handicap parking placard that was valid at the time the ticket was issued, please bring that along with a current government ID to the Records Bureau during lobby hours. Upon verification of current placard, the Records Bureau can reduce the fine to $25. If you have further questions, please call (626) 812-3233.

I received a citation for registration tabs or license plates, but I have them. What can I do?

Bring your citation to the Azusa Police Department during our lobby hours, with the vehicle in question, and the records bureau will reduce the fee.

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