If you receive a Parking Fine, please do not ignore it.
Parking fines are issued in two forms in Stirling.
On-Street Parking Fines
These are issued by the Community Traffic Wardens, (Police Scotland). Should you require any further information or wish to query a parking fine received on-street, please write to Community Traffic Warden Supervisor at Police Headquarters, Randolphfield, Stirling FK8 2HD or telephone 101. Payment can be made at
Sheriff Court House
Tel 01786 462191
Off-Street Parking Fines
These are issued by the Parking Enforcement Officers who work for the local authority. Off-Street parking fines are issued for a variety of reasons with the details of the alleged contravention clearly stated on the parking fine.
Details of how to pay for your excess charge notice are given on the rear of the ticket. If you have lost your ticket please visit or contact Customer First in Stirling City Centre. You can pay over the phone by calling 01786 404040.
Excess charge notice are £65.00, or £45.00 if paid within 21 days.
Appealing Against An Off-Street Parking Fine (Excess Charge Notice)
The Parking Fine shows the alleged contravention, together with the place, time and date that it occurred. If you wish to appeal against the issuing of this fine, you can make a written appeal to the Council, within 21 days, to the address on the rear of the Excess Charge Notice.
Stirling Council has a clear policy for dealing with appeals against excess charge notices. Common reasons given by drivers for appealing against the issuing of an excess charge notice in a public car park. Common reasons given by drivers for appealing against the issuing of an excess charge notice in a council office car park.
All appeals are investigated and the appellant will be informed in writing at all stages of this process..