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Vehicle Owners Can Get Email Alerts for Parking or Photo Tickets.

Obie Shelton
Jun 04, 2012
New program allows owners to register up to 4 vehicles. The program is for vehicles that have had a violation within the past 18 months.

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News Release from Cleveland Clerk of Court Earle B. Turner
For immediate release April 6th, 2012

The Parking Division of the Cleveland Clerk of Courts office has launched a new program where email alerts are sent to vehicle owners, when a vehicle registered in their name gets a parking, or photo enforcement ticket.

"We hear all the time from people who are stunned to learn that they have parking tickets or photo tickets on vehicles that someone else drove", said Cleveland Clerk of Courts Earle B. Turner. "Sometimes people don’t find out until they try to renew their license plate, and learn that it’s blocked".

The new Cleveland ticket alert service is the first of its kind in Ohio. Vehicle owners can log onto, click on Ticket Alert Service, and create an account that allows them to select the type of email alerts they prefer. There is no cost to create an account. And vehicle owners can monitor up to 4 different license plate numbers registered in their name or business name. To ensure confidentiality of data, the license plates enrolled must have had at least one ticket issued on them within the past eighteen months. Pin numbers for accounts are sent in the mail for increased security.

"We are thrilled that the leaders of our Parking Division developed this system", said Turner. "It’s consistent with the ongoing computerization of our office, and it can provide peace of mind to thousands of vehicle owners in and around Cleveland who allow their vehicles to be driven by family members, employees, or friends."

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