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Delinquent taxes accrue penalties and interest above the original amount levied by the City of Jackson and are billed and collected by the Jackson County Treasurer: 120 W. Michigan Ave., 517-788-4418
For City criminal cases, call 517-788-4023. For County criminal cases, call 517-788-4283. Court cases can also be viewed on the Court's website.
Go to the City's online parking ticket payment system, search for your citation and choose the option to Appeal. You can only appeal a citation within 7 days of receipt. Appealing a ticket will pause the escalation of any fees until a decision has been rendered by the Parking Manager.
You must obtain a permit to park in the park deck between the hours of 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. After 5 p.m., visitor parking is allowed. At this time, only a few permits are still available. Please see the Parking Permits and Rates page for more information.
If you wish to pay your fine while still in the downtown area during business hours, you can go to the City Clerk's Office. Tickets may be paid online using the City's online parking ticket payment system, mailed to the address noted on the ticket, or there is a drop box located near the entrance to City Hall at: 161 W. Michigan Avenue Jackson, MI 49201.
You may park for free on downtown Jackson streets. Most parking spots have a 2-hour time limit. Other time limits are clearly marked with signs.
All non-permit parking in Jackson parking lots is clearly marked with time limit signs. The permit parking spots in parking lots are marked with signs.
All downtown parking options are mapped out on this Interactive Downtown Parking Map.
Yes. Watch groups can be formed around any geographical unit:
No. We do not accept wastewater from recreational vehicles.