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Yes. A request for a Waiver application for a Parking Violation must be made within the 14-day timeframe for payment of violation. Waiver Applications are available at the Trumbull Police Department. Download a Waiver Application form (PDF).
A request for a Waiver Application does not automatically waive the violation. Any requests made after the 14-day timeframe is denied.
While entrance to all Trumbull Parks is open to the public, parking within the parks requires a Vehicle Parking Permit year-round. In accordance with the Parks and Recreation Commission regulations, Vehicle Parking Permits shall be issued to Trumbull Town residents at no cost. Vehicle registration will serve as proof of residency.
Trumbull residents and/or taxpayers who own vehicles paying taxes to a town other than Trumbull are considered Non-Residents. Non-Resident Parking Permits may be purchased for a fee of $112. Vehicle parking permits are stickers affixed to vehicles and are also often referred to as parking stickers or park stickers. Vehicles without current parking permits are subject to a $25 violation.
Present your valid Handicap Permit, along with a completed waiver application (PDF), at the Trumbull Police Department within 48 hours of receipt of Parking Violation to have your ticket voided. Waiver applications may also be obtained at the Trumbull Police Department. However, any future violations of this nature will not be voided.
Submit a letter outlining your concerns along with the location for the sign to:Trumbull Police Traffic Division158 Edison RoadTrumbull, CT 06611
The Traffic Division will review your request and an on-site inspection will be conducted. Upon the recommendation of the Traffic officers, the request will be referred to the Police Commission for the final approval. Residents should be aware that all traffic control signs and signals must meet standardized traffic control regulations.