GUIA DE COMO RESOLVER UNA MULTA DE TRANSITO

Para solicitar resolver una multa dada por la policía de la ciudad, la multa tiene que ser contestada en 21 días calendarios de a verla recibido o en 14 días calendarios de a ver recibido la carta de delincuencia.

Por favor note que la solicitud tiene que ser establecida para un reviso inicial antes que sea admitida a una audiencia administrativa.

La solicitud para una audiencia administrativa tiene que ser establecida en 21 días después de los resultados del reviso inicial.

No se cobra nada por el primer reviso inicial pero la multa tiene que ser pagada antes de que la solicitud pueda pasar a la audiencia administrativa.

Para solicitar una reviso o día de audiencia por correo, envié su solicitud a la dirección que se encuentra en el ticket o la carta de delincuencia. Si usted no tiene la dirección, envíela a la dirección que aparece a qui.

Solicite el reviso o audiencia en el tiempo límite indicado. Si no solicitad su reviso o audiencia en el tiempo requerido, su solicitud será rechazada y regresada a usted.

Para alegar su multa, envíela a la dirección que aparece abajo:

City of Huntington Park – Citation Processing Center

P.O. Box 10479

Newport Beach, CA 92658-0479

O visite la pagina www.citationProcessingCenter.com


HOW TO CONTEST A PARKING VIOLATION

To contest a citation written by the Huntington Park Police Department, the first request must be made within 21 calendar days of receiving the citation OR within 14 calendar days of receiving the delinquent notice.The request must be made for an initial review before a request for an administrative hearing. 

The request for the administrative hearing must be made within 21 days of the results from the initial review. 

No money is required to request an initial review, but the all fees due from the Citation must be paid before an administrative hearing date is provided.

To request a review or hearing date by mail, mail your request to the address indicated on the citation or the delinquent notice.  If you do not have the address, send the request to the address below. 

Request the review or hearing within the time limits indicated.  Failure to request a citation review or hearing will result in the case not heard and the request will be mailed back to you.

To contest your citation, mail it to the address below:

City of Huntington Park – Citation Processing Center

P.O. Box 10479

Newport Beach, CA 92658-0479

Or visit www.citationProcessingCenter.com


LATEST NEWS ON COVID-19 EVENTS

On March 23, 2020, the City of Huntington Park joined with the County of Los Angeles and the State of California in issuing a “Safer at Home” Health Order.  This Order prohibits all indoor and outdoor public and private gatherings or events, where at least 10 people are expected to be in attendance.  The Order defines what kinds of businesses are considered essential and lists a number of authorized purposes and activities for which persons may leave their homes.

In order to provide additional support to our community members during these difficult times, the police department has implemented several procedures to create a safer and healthier environment in our community.

Among some of these implementations, the police department created a unit called “Covid-19 Compliance Team” which will be deployed from 8:am to 12 a.m. 7 days a week. The main objectives of this unit are described below:

  • Education – Advise them on the best practices to keep themselves, their family and their community safe. Explain the Order and how to obtain a copy. Seek voluntary compliance
  • Warning – Advise the group that California Health and Safety Code 120295 makes it a misdemeanor crime to fail to comply with these orders. Pursuant to California Government Code        41601, the Chief of Police has the authority to enforce the execution of all orders of the City Health Officer issued to prevent the spread of any contagious, infectious or communicable disease.
  • Enforcement – This should be the last resort and only after several notices have been given and the said business has failed to comply with the above order multiple times. The Huntington Park Police Department reserves the right to use discretion on matters exceeding reasonable notices.

The police department has also listed the below links for additional information related to Covid-19:

County of Los Angeles Public Health Website

Los Angeles County Environmental Health On-Line Complaint System

Guidance to Social Distancing

Global Cases of Covid-19

Immigrants and their families

Consumer and businesses

Information for renters, including evictions ban

Workers’ rights including minimum wage

Coronavirus COVID-19 Additional Resources

 

 

 

 


2020 Free Spay/Neuter Clinic for Cats & Dogs

ASPCA mobile clinic provides free spay/neuter services for cats and dogs. Please click the link below for further information.  For referrals, please contact Animal Enforcement Officer Juan Lozano at (323) 826-6682.

Las clínicas móviles de esterilización y castración de ASPCA facilitan servicios gratis a las comunidades. Por favor haga click al link de abajo para mas informacion. Para fuentes de referencia, por favor contacte al Official de Control de Animales Juan Lozano al (323) 826-6682.

ASPCA FREE MOBILE CLINIC FOR SPAY AND NEUTER