The Forest Heights Police Department is striving to decrease motor vehicle crashes that result from speed. Fixed and mobile speeds cameras have been placed in school zones within the jurisdiction of the Police Department.
Monday - Friday, 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. (regardless of when school is in session)
5500 Block Indian Head Highway - Forest Heights Elementary School
Livingston Road at Comanche Drive - Flintstone Elementary School
6300 Block Oxon Hill Road - John Hanson Montessori School / Oxon Hill High School
Pay by Phone: Call 1-855-370-4229. Operators will assist you.
Pay by Mail: Check or money order should be payable to: Town of Forest Heights. Mail payments to: Citations Processing Center, Forest Heights, MD PO BOX 7200, Beverly, MA 01915
Corporal Govan has been appointed to serve as the Automated Speed Enforcement ombudsman (local designee). Corporal Govan investigates and responds to questions or concerns about the speed monitoring system or a violation. This designee shall have the authority to void erroneous violations.
Out of State Registration Plate Enforcement
Maryland law requires that most vehicles be titled and registered in this state if they will be kept here for more than 60 days. A non-resident permit enables a licensed driver to maintain and operate a vehicle with out-of-state registration for more than sixty (60) days in Maryland, without titling and registering it in Maryland.