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RCMP or Bylaw Enforcement Officer may issue a Municipal Ticket Information notice to a person, company or repeat or serious offender.

Disputes are heard in the Provincial Court of British Columbia by a Judicial Justice of the Peace (JJP).

Fines of up to $1,000 may be levied for each offence.

PAYING AN MTI NOTICE

By Mail

You may pay by mail by sending your cheque or money order, payable to the District of West Kelowna, in Canadian Funds to:

District of West Kelowna
2760 Cameron Road
West Kelowna, BC V1Z 2T6

Do not send cash through the mail.

A receipt will not be sent back to you.

Your payment must be accompanied by a copy of the front of the ticket or a note giving sufficient information to the municipality, including:

  • The ticket number from the top right hand corner of the ticket;
  • Your full name and mailing address; and,
  • The date of the offence and the bylaw name and section of the offence.

If you do not provide sufficient details your payment might not be credited to you and the fine may remain outstanding. By paying the fine, you will be deemed to have pleaded guilty to the described offence. If there is an early fine payment option noted on this ticket, the payment must be postmarked on or before the 30th day from the date of service on this ticket.

In Person

You may make payment to the District of West Kelowna in person at Municipal Hall during normal business hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, except statutory holidays. Cashier wickets are located in the main reception area. To obtain directions to Municipal Hall, please click here.

Please bring the ticket with you for processing of payment by cheque, debit card, money order or bank draft payable to the District of West Kelowna.

Failure To Pay

If the fine is not paid or the allegation contained in the ticket is not disputed within 14 days from the date of service of the ticket, you will be deemed to have pleaded guilty to the offence charged and the fine amount will be immediately payable.

DISPUTING AN MTI NOTICE

If you dispute the allegation on the ticket, you or your agent will be required to attend the Provincial Court of British Columbia for a hearing.

A notice of dispute may be mailed or delivered in person to:

District of West Kelowna
2760 Cameron Road
West Kelowna, BC V1Z 2T6

For directions to Municipal Hall and hours of operation, please click here. If paying in person, be sure to bring the ticket with you.

If sending your notice of dispute through the mail, be sure to include a copy of the front of your ticket, or the following information:

  • The ticket number from the top right hand corner of the face of the ticket;
  • Your full name and mailing address; and,
  • The date of offence and the bylaw name and section of the offence.

If you do not provide these details the notice of dispute may not provide sufficient information and you may be deemed not to have disputed the ticket.

After your dispute has been received you will receive notice through the mail from the Provincial Court Registry informing you of the date, time and location of your hearing. If you do not attend the hearing on the indicated date the ticket will be treated as not disputed and you will be deemed to have pleaded guilty to the offence charged and the fine amount will be immediately payable.

Last updated: 9/23/2013 12:41:24 PM