The stickers could come to a list of drivers whose vehicles have at least four unpaid parking tickets and they've failed to respond, failed to show up for a hearing or failed to pay within 45 days.
"It's crazy," said Jessica Morgan, who is on the list for owing $2,000. Her car now has a parking boot attached.
The city must give you notice by mail that you'll get the boot, but now the city's considering skipping that mailed notice and just giving parking patrol the power to just put a sticker on your car as official notification you'll get the boot.
"Some people probably throw out those parking tickets or don't pay too much attention to them," said Max Siva. "So if they get another warning throughout the process they might be able to pay up and avoid that boot."
But many people ignore those warnings. Others say they don't get the warnings since their vehicle registration does not match their mailing address.
"Probably in the city's best interest to give them a little bit of warning and that way you know the person can pay and at the same time the city can get their revenue as well," Siva said.
The Seattle City Council is now discussing this new ordinance or change to the parking laws, and no doubt if this goes through, people will definitely be paying a lot more attention to those little tickets they get under those windshield wipers.
A city council committee will take up the proposal on Wednesday afternoon.