The City of St. Peters' Red Light Photo Enforcement Program was suspended, effective Sept. 1, 2014, and the City of St. Peters has reached an agreement with
Redflex, the red light camera vendor, to permanently terminate the
City’s contract effective July 1, 2015. Redflex will be removing their camera equipment from
City intersections following the end of the contract July 1, 2015.
Camera removal is expected to be completed by the end of the summer.
Traffic tickets issued before the suspension date are required to be paid.
City of St. Peters Red Light Photo Enforcement
As a part of its traffic control enforcement, the City of St. Peters uses a system that monitors and records red light violations. The goal is to reduce intersection crashes to improve safety and prevent serious injury. When a violation occurs, the digital cameras capture a series of images. In addition, a digital video camera captures a 12-second video of the violation. A Notice of Violation and Summons including three photographs is then issued to the registered owner of the vehicle upon authorization by the Police Department.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE RED LIGHT PHOTO ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM
If you received a summons, you may view video of the violation online. You will need your Summons Number, your license plate number, and the code for St. Peters, STPTRS. VIEW VIDEO
You may pay your fine online using a credit card. You will need your Summons Number, Court Date, and the name on the Summons. PAY FINE