In an effort to make our roads safer, the City of Greenville will implement a red-light safety camera program on October 15, 2017. The goal of this program is to increase traffic safety in the city by reducing red-light running violations, collisions and injuries without impacting City funds.

Red-light running is a serious safety issue with red-light running crashes resulting in hundreds of people killed each year in the United States. According to the most recent data from the United State Department of Transportation, there were 710 fatalities resulting from red-light running in 2014 and thousands of other collisions as a result of motorists failing to stop at red lights.

Statistics show that red-light safety camera programs have reduced the number of collisions and injuries associated with red-light running crashes. Locations of the red-light cameras in Greenville were determined after an analysis of the most common intersections for red-light running violations and collisions. By placing the cameras at these intersections, the City hopes to save lives and reduce the risk of injury for all motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.

Why did I receive a Notice of Violation?

Based upon the images captured by the automated system, your vehicle was determined to have committed a red-light violation. As the vehicle owner, the Notice of Violation is mailed to you.

Will I get points on my drivers license?

No. This is a civil infraction.

How much is the fine?

The fine is $100. This is a civil infraction, and it is not reported to any insurance agencies.

What are my options?

Pay the fine.

  • Pay online. Log on to www.violationinfo.com by entering your Notice number and PIN number shown in the red box on the front right of your Notice. Click the Pay button. There is a convenience fee of $4 that will be assessed at the time of payment.
  • Pay by mail. Mail your check or money order, payable to the City of Greenville, address located on the Notice of Violation, in the enclosed envelope along with the coupon printed at the bottom of the Notice. Write the Notice number and the license plate number on your check or money order. Do not mail cash.
  • Pay by credit card. Call toll free 1-866-790-4111 between the hours of 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. There is a convenience fee of $4 that will be assessed at the time of payment.
  • Walk-in. Pay at the Greenville Police Department located at 500 South Greene Street, Greenville.

When is my payment due?

The due date is listed on the front of the Notice. The payment coupon will also have the due date listed. A $100 late fee will apply for payments not received by the due date. This late fee is set by state law. When mailing in a payment, allow 10 days in order to be received in a timely manner.

How do I know that these violations are valid?

Images of your vehicle were captured and recorded by a camera. You can review your images and video of the actual occurrence online at www.violationinfo.com.