Civic Center, Hall of Justice, Room C-10
8:00am - 3:00pm
Parking citations received in Marin County are NOT filed with the Court.
The Marin Parking Authority handles all parking citations received in Marin County, except parking citations
in San Rafael and Sausalito.
To make a payment, protest a citation or make an inquiry, contact one of the following agencies:
- For citations issued in the City of San Rafael by phone at (415) 458-5333 or by mail at Parking Services Division, 1060 D Street, San Rafael, California, 94901.
To pay parking citations online, click here.
- For citations issued in the City of Sausalito, contact the Sausalito
Parking Authority by phone at (888) 232-9542 or by mail at Citation
Processing Center, P.O. Box 57010, Irvine, California 92619-7090.
- For all other citations, contact the Marin Parking Authority by phone at (800) 989-2058 or by mail
at P.O. Box 10479, Newport Beach, California 92658-0479. The Marin Parking Authority does not have a local
office. Business may be conducted by mail, by phone or online at
For more information visit the California Department of Motor Vehicles website, www.dmv.ca.gov.
The Traffic Clerk's Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., except holidays. The
office is located on the Court Floor of the Marin County Civic Center Hall of Justice in Room C-10. For
directions to the Civic Center, please
The Marin County Civic Center has three drive-though arches. From the middle arch lobby only, take the
elevator to the "C" floor. After passing through security screening, go left to the end of the hall to Room
C-10. For individuals wishing to speak with a clerk in this office, please call (415) 444-7180 between 8:00
a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Calls are answered in the order received. Since these phone lines are very busy, the best
times to call are early afternoons.
The mailing address is:
Marin County Superior Court - Traffic
P.O. Box 4988
San Rafael, CA 94913-4988
Spanish Language Services
The Traffic Clerk's Office has several Spanish speaking clerks to assist the public and some forms are also
available for review in Spanish. In court hearings, there is usually a Spanish language interpreter in the
courtroom to assist non-English speakers at these hearings.