For online payments, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, visit the Gates Mills Traffic Camera Tickets page on the Lyndhurst Municipal Court website.
https://www.lyndhurstmunicipalcourt.org/departments/camera-tickets/gates-mills-camera-tickets/ or call 877-341-9588.
To contest a photo enforcement citation please visit the Lyndhurst Municipal Court website or call 440-461-6500 x 153 M-F(8:00 am - 4:00 pm) EST.
Traffic Camera Enforcement Information:
The Village of Gates Mills operates a photo traffic enforcement program pursuant to Codified Ordinances Chapter 318.
The Gates Mills Police Department is compliant with all Ohio law pertaining to photo traffic enforcement.
Traffic Camera Enforcement – Photo Enforcement Signs:
For automated photo enforcement, the Village of Gates Mills has posted a fixed sign at every entrance to the Village to advise motorists of the photo enforcement program and speed limits. Click here to view a map of camera locations.
To view the calibration records for the traffic cameras click on any of the links below:
2023 automated camera certificates
Frequently Asked Questions:
Here are some frequently asked questions concerning the automated speed and traffic enforcement program:
Q: I received a photo citation in the mail. How do I pay this citation?
A: Payment for photo citations can be made by clicking here.
Q: What are my rights as a motorist, vehicle owner, or entity upon receiving a civil violation?
A: Please refer to Gates Mills Codified Ordinance Chapter 318.05 concerning these rights.
Q: Did the Ohio Supreme Court outlaw traffic cameras in 2022?
A: No, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled how traffic camera violations are adjudicated in court and how they impact local government funding. Traffic cameras are still legal in Ohio.
Q: I thought the traffic cameras were no longer allowed to be used, is this true?
A: In certain cities the traffic cameras have been banned by a vote from that community. This does not apply to The Village of Gates Mills.
Q: Do the traffic cameras violate my Constitutional rights?
A: No, the Ohio Supreme Court stated the cameras do not violate any person’s Constitutional rights. To read an article about the Ohio Supreme Court decision click here.
Q: Does a police officer have to be present at the traffic cameras?
A: No, effective July 26, 2017, the Ohio Supreme Court has ruled an officer need not be present. To read the Ohio Supreme Court decision click here.
Q: Can I contest the citation that was filed against me?
A: To contest a photo enforcement citation please visit the Lyndhurst Municipal Court website or call 877-341-9588
Q: Although the vehicle is registered to me, I was not driving. Can I transfer liability of the citation?
A: Yes, transfer of liability can be transferred by completing the Transfer of Liability Form and filing with the court.
Q: My question is not listed here, how do I obtain additional information?
A: You can send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.