Nassau County Traffic & Parking Violations Agency

The Nassau County Traffic and Parking Violations Agency (TPVA) is now open to the public for scheduled court dates or scheduled appointments. 

 

All Red Light Camera Hearings, Parking and Traffic Violation Trials and Night Court Sessions are adjourned to 2021

•  At this time, walk-ins are not being accepted at TPVA. 


•All visitors must have a scheduled court date or a scheduled appointment. If you do not have a scheduled court date, click HERE to make an appointment. You should not be requesting an appointment if you already have a court date. You need to contact the court to change your court date. If an appointment is made using this link while having a scheduled court date, the court will use your court date as the primary appearance date.

•All visitors must complete a health screening prior to entry to the building, available for download HERE.

•Visitors should be prepared to provide proof of scheduled court appointment and completed Health Screening Assessment.

•All visitors must wear a face covering at all times and maintain a distance of 6 feet from others. 

Note: You should not visit TPVA if you have traveled within 14-days of your visit to a state with significant community spread of COVID-19. For a current list of restricted states, please see the NYS Department of Health COVID-19 Travel Advisory site.

•Visitors can check their scheduled court date and time HERE.

•  Government issued Photo Identification is required to enter TPVA

Nassau County Traffic and Parking Violations Agency Building

Mission Statement

To enhance pedestrian and vehicular safety through education and timely adjudication of all traffic, parking and photo enforcement related offenses.

General Information

Security screening

All persons entering the Agency must possess valid Government Issued Photo ID (a driver license is preferred), will be screened. All carry items will be placed in an X-RAY machine and are also subject to search. No food, beverages, or weapons.

Dress Appropriately

Appropriate clothing is required. The Judicial Hearing Officer reserves the final decision as to whether to adjudicate or adjourn a case until you are considered appropriately dressed. Save yourself time, if you question if you are appropriately dressed, consider coming another day. In all cases, bikini bottoms or muscle shirts (those shirts where there are no sleeves and/or the sides are open) or anything considered too revealing is not allowed admittance to court.

Phones

Phones must be set to silent, and conversations, picture taking, and videotaping are not permitted and will result in ejection from the agency.

Parking

Parking structure on Cooper Street/Cooper Square is closed until further notice.

The Village of Hempstead provides metered parking in several locations:

  • Parking strip outside the north side of the closed parking garage
  • Main Street
  • South end of parking lot off main street behind Bank of America
  • Main Street as well as "horseshoe" area fronting on to Main Street. All meters must be paid via Muni-Meter devices.

Please note that the parking lots indicated as 75 Washington and 40 Washington are reserved parking for permit holders only.  
Permit Parking areas within all lots are marked, please only park in public parking areas.

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