As the local government authority for the Ipswich area, Council has an obligation to ensure our city is a safe, healthy and equitable community. One of the ways Council meets this obligation is through the provision of various regulations and local laws which are designed to protect and enhance the community's general way of life and well-being. As a dedicated community proud of our city, we can all strive to look after our local area and adhere to these regulations. Failure to comply with these laws may result in fines/infringement notices being issued to residents, businesses and visitors to the city for breaches of these local laws and regulations.
If you have received a penalty infringement notice (PIN) from Ipswich City Council, you have 28 days from the issue date to select one of the options available to you on the back of the infringement.
Penalty Infringement Notice payments can be made online through our Infringement Notice Payments webpage.
Payments can also be made via the following methods:
For more information about payment options visit our Infringement Notice Payments webpage.
Fines of $200 and over may be paid off in instalments. Please select the appropriate option on the reverse of the fine and complete your details in the space provided. You must then return the fine along with the first instalment of $60 to Council.
Should you wish for the matter to be dealt with by the Magistrates Court please complete the reverse side of the fine by selecting the appropriate option and completing your details in the space provided. You must then return the penalty infringement notice to Council.
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