Traffic

The North Bay Police Service strives to reduce injuries and save lives through traffic enforcement, directed patrols, and education to improve the safety of our streets for everyone.

We partner with other police services, road safety organizations, members of the media and community partners, to ensure the safe and efficient movement of traffic within the City of North Bay.

The Traffic Office, which is comprised of a traffic staff sergeant, a traffic enforcement officer and an administrative clerk, can be reached by telephone at 705-497-5555, option 3.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I pay parking tickets?

Parking tickets are to be paid in person at City Hall, 200 McIntyre Street East, North Bay or online at www.paytickets.ca

Where do I pay my speeding or other traffic infractions?

Speeding and any other traffic infractions are to be paid in person at Provincial Offences Office, City Hall, 200 McIntyre Street East, North Bay or online at www.paytickets.ca

Where can I get my Motor Vehicle Collision (MVC) Report?

As of January 29, 2023, Ontario's Ministry of Transportation (MTO) will only accept Motor Vehicle Collision (MVC) reports that have been purchased from their website: www.ontario.ca/page/get-accident-report-vehicle-collision. Uncertified reports will meet the needs of most insurance claims and cost $12; certified reports are primarily needed only for legal reasons and cost $18. Payment is made to MTO via their website.

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