Aurora’s annual Toys for Tickets program returns this holiday season


​Pay your parking ticket by donating a toy or non-perishable food!

Did you know that you can pay your parking ticket by donating a new children’s toy? Aurora’s Bylaw Division has partnered with York Regional Police for Aurora's annual Toys for Tickets Campaign.

In the spirit of the holiday season, parking tickets issued from Tuesday, November 12 to Friday, December 13 can be paid for by donating a new, unwrapped toy or non-perishable food donation to the Town of Aurora’s Toys for Tickets program.

Toys and non-perishable donations will only be accepted at Aurora Town Hall, Access Aurora, 1st Floor at 100 John West Way until Friday, December 13. Donations will not be accepted after this date.

What do you need to bring when paying your ticket?
  • the toys and food in its original packaging
  • the original receipt for toys and food, no photocopies or emails accepted
  • the parking ticket

The value of the toy or non-perishable food must be equal to or exceed the amount owing on the fine.

Donations that total the early infraction payment will be accepted only within the early payment period.

Donations of more than one toy will be accepted as long as the total cost is equal to or greater than the parking fine amount. Cash will not be accepted.

Parking ticket recipients that donate a toy with a value less than the amount owing, are required to pay the remaining balance.

All toys and non-perishable food items will be donated to local toy drives and the local food pantry. Help us make a positive difference in a child’s life this holiday season while paying your fine.

For more information about this program, please call Bylaw Services at 905-727-3123 ext. 4245 or visit


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