Violation Appeals: Appeals must be received within 14 calendar days of the issue date. The issue date is day one. Citations pending an appeal decision will not receive a late fee. The 30-day grace period will begin on the date when the appeal is resolved.
NO FAXED OR VERBAL APPEALS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
Violations may be appealed through the State of Maryland District Court system or through a UMBC administrative appeal process. Choice of one appeal process waives choice of the other process.
Administrative fees of $7.00 will be charged on appeals unless lowered to a Warning or adjudicated to not guilty.
All appeal decisions are final.
Visitors online UMBC Administrative Appeal Process:
Submit online by going to Parking Account Management
Click on ‘Guest Login’ and login if you have already created a guest account OR create a guest account to login. Go to ‘Citations and click on ‘Appeal’ to enter your written appeal. Your appeal decision will be sent in an email.
UMBC Employee online UMBC Administrative Appeal Process:
Submit online by going to Parking Account Management and login as an ‘Affiliate’. Go to ‘Citations and click on ‘Appeal’ to enter your written appeal. You can choose if you wish to have your decision mailed or sent in an email.
UMBC Student Administrative Appeal Process:
UMBC students must initiate appeal review online. Student notification of the appeal decision will be sent through email. The Student Parking Appeals Board under Student Judicial Programs will review and resolve student appeals. The board convenes during the Fall and Spring semesters.
Submit online by going to Parking Account Management and login as an ‘Affiliate’. Go to ‘Citations and click on ‘Appeal’ to enter your appeal.
District Court of MD Review
Visitors, employees and students have the option of having their citation reviewed by District Court of Maryland before a judge. The District Court is located adjacent to the UMBC campus at Walker Ave and Wilkens Ave. To request a District Court Hearing, you must e-mail Parking Services at email@example.com within 14 days from the date of the citation. You may request the violation issuer to be present at DCM trial. Court costs will be assessed by the judge. District Court will notify you by mail of your court date and time.