San Francisco owes $6.1 million in overpaid parking tickets

If you live in San Francisco you could be eligible to receive a check from the city's Municipal Transportation Agency.

The city collected $6.1 million in overpaid and duplicate parking tickets between Jan. 1, 1995 and June 30, 2012 and released the names online of all the drivers who are entitled for refunds.

Among those listed is Steve Jobs.

Apple's late CEO and founder is apparently owed a sum of $174 from four different traffic citations.

While Jobs passed away in 2011, the debt is still considered an asset of his estate. The executor or administrator of his estate would have to petition a probate court to collect the debt on behalf of the decedent to be distributed to Jobs' beneficiaries, according to Timothy Gray, director of services at New Jersey Executor and Probate Resource Center.

"If his estate is still open, I don't know if they would go after it for $174, but it would be treated no different than the other asset that is due to the estate," Gray said.

Jobs isn't the only big name on the city's list. Uber's CEO Travis Kalanick is owed $510 and Attorney General Kamala Harris is owed $50.

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency did not immediately respond to CNBC's request for comment.