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If you get a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) issued to your vehicle you must either pay it, or appeal against it.

Payment of a PCN must be received within 28 days of the date of issue. If payment is received within 14 days of issue then a reduction as specified on the PCN will be accepted as settlement.

If you receive an PCN the instructions for payment and how to appeal are printed on the reverse of the Notice. Please do not ignore it as we will always pursue all notices as far as it is able to in law. If you have ignored a PCN it will be unlikely that we would be willing to later accept a lesser payment.
Our policy is to pursue all people that fail to settle a Notice or Appeal. This is irrespective of whether a person in receipt of a Notice is 'local' or from elsewhere.

Parking enforcement aims to fix the issues caused by illegal and incorrect parking. This causes problems in our towns, whether you’re driving, cycling, on public transport or on foot.

How to pay your parking fine

If you get a Penalty Charge Notice issued to your vehicle you must either pay it, or appeal against it.

You can pay your fine online or in a number of other ways.

How to challenge your parking fine

Parking fine appeals must be made in writing, no later than 28 days after the date of issue. Your can appeal against your parking fine online.

Traffic regulation orders (TROs)

Details of Traffic Regulation Orders in Dudley can be found on our Interactive map. This displays both on and off-street car parks run by Dudley Council and stopping and waiting restrictions.

Further information

Further information can be found on our Frequently Asked Questions page

Report a parking problem

If you would like to report a problem with parking you can do so via our online form. Please ensure that you include:

  • Details of the problem
  • Location of the problem
  • Your contact details so that we can get back to you.

Contact us

Parking Management
Lister Road Depot

Opening Hours: 
Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 5pm
Closed on weekends and bank holidays.