Safe Schools Speed Zones
Violators are sent fines through the mail.
The City of Annapolis has three speed enforcement cameras that can be positioned in school zones throughout the city. These school zones are marked with signs indicating speed is photo enforced in those areas. The City of Annapolis hopes to reduce motor vehicle accidents and increase pedestrian safety surrounding schools. The fine amount for an automated speeding citation is $40 (no points are assessed by MVA). For vehicles found to be in violation a citation is mailed to the vehicle’s registered owner. The speed cameras are managed through RedSpeed USA.
Speed Camera Hours of Operation: 6am to 8pm Monday through Friday all year
Fines may be paid online at https://secure.SpeedViolation.com or mailed to Lockbox, 75 Remittance Drive, Suite 3298, Chicago, IL 60675-3298. For payment related questions, please call RedSpeed at (866) 566-3957 between 9am and 4pm (EST).
How to clear an MVA flag for an unpaid Annapolis speed camera violation from your vehicle registration.
Call RedSpeed at (866) 566-3957 between 9am and 4pm (EST) to pay the outstanding fine with a credit card. They will complete an MVA Form which will remove the flag from your vehicle's registration.
If you need to clear the flag immediately, between 9am and 4pm (EST) go to your nearest open MVA Office, get the fax number for that MVA Office. Call RedSpeed at (866) 566-3957 and pay the fine with a credit card. Give the RedSpeed operator the fax number and they will fax the completed MVA form to that MVA Office allowing the flag to be immediately lifted.
You can also clear the flag by paying the fine during normal business hours in person in cash, money order, or cashier's check at the City of Annapolis's Finance Department located at City Hall, 160 Duke of Gloucester St. You must have your citation number and vehicle registration. You will be provided with a completed MVA form to clear the flag from the registration. You will then have to take that form to the MVA.
Locations of Safe Schools Speed Zones
Speed Enforcement Camera Program Contact: Major Scott Baker, (410) 268-9000, email@example.com
If you believe your citation was issued in error, please contact the Speed Enforcement Camera Ombudsman: Captain Cynthia Howard, (410) 268-9000, firstname.lastname@example.org
Red Light Cameras
Intersection Monitored by a Red Light Camera in the City of Annapolis:
Rt. 665 at Chinquapin Round Road
City of Annapolis Red Light Enforcement
P.O. Box 262
Mt. Rainier, MD 20712
Cpl. D. Daniels