Infringement notices (or fines) can be issued for offences committed against various State Acts of Parliament, including the City's Consolidated Local Law 2020
, in the City of Belmont.
How to pay an infringement
If you have received an infringement, you can pay it online or at the City’s Civic Centre at 215 Wright Street, Cloverdale during office hours. Phone payments are not accepted. Please have your infringement notice details ready so you can submit your payment.
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How to appeal an infringement
If you would like to have an infringement reviewed due to extenuating circumstances or because you feel you did not commit an offence, you can submit an online appeal
Alternatively, you can write a letter and post it to:
Chief Executive Officer
City of Belmont
Locked Bag 379
CLOVERDALE WA 6985
Your letter must include:
- Your name and address
- Infringement number
- Date of notice
- Vehicle registration number
- Photocopies of all relevant supporting documentation (such as a parking ticket)
- An explanation of the extenuating circumstances which led you to request a review of the infringement notice
Please note, appeals must be received by the City within 21 days of the date of the infringement being issued.
What happens if I do nothing
If you have not paid or appealed the infringement within 28 days, the City will send you a Final Demand Notice. This will include additional fees.
If you do not pay the Final Demand Notice by the due date, the City will refer the infringement to the Fines Enforcement Registry (FER). When this happens the infringement notice becomes a court order and further additional costs are imposed.
Failure to pay the court order issued by FER could result in your driver's or vehicle licence being suspended or the removal of number plates from your vehicle.
If you have received a court order from FER you can contact them on 1300 650 235 to discuss the matter further.
Elect to have the matter heard by a court
If you wish to have the infringement heard and determined by the court, you must advise the City in writing within 21 days of the infringement being issued.