The city when and if deemed necessary, may designate no parking zones and restricted parking zones consistent with public interest, convenience and necessity upon the streets, alleys and public parking lots located within the city.
(Ord. 244, Sec. 1A)
When authorized signs are posted giving notice thereof, it shall be unlawful for a person to park a vehicle at any time upon that portion of any of the streets, alleys, or upon that portion of any public parking lot so posted or designated “no parking” or “no parking after business hours.”
(Ord. 244, Sec. 1B)
When an authorized sign is posted in any street, alley or public parking lot, giving notice that the street, alley, or public parking lot or any portion thereof, may be used for parking or standing vehicles for a restricted period of time only, it shall be unlawful for any person to park on such street, alley or parking lot for a longer time than shown on such sign.
(Ord. 244, Sec. 1C)
It is unlawful for any person to drive or park any vehicle upon any portion of the public parks, recreation areas, or other public grounds, other than upon the streets, roads, drives and parking lots designated for that purpose.
Nothing herein contained shall prevent any employee of the city, the board of park commissioners or the employees of any other city agency responsible for the regulation and supervision of the public grounds from performing their official duties, or any other person or business entity from performing work on the public grounds for and on behalf of the city.
(Ord. 244, Sec. 1F)
A favorable restricted driver’s license recommendation by the chief law enforcement officer of the City may be withdrawn at such time as it appears the purpose for requesting the restricted license is terminated, the restricted driver has violated the restrictions of such license or it appears there is good and substantial reason for withdrawing the favorable recommendation.
(Ord. 109, Sec. 2)
At such times as there shall be in force and effect resolutions of the Board of Education of USD 394 consenting to the parking regulations of the city being applicable to and enforceable upon improved portions of property owned by USD 394 which are provided for the parking of vehicles as defined in the Standard Traffic Ordinance, then such private property shall thereafter be deemed to be under the parking regulations of the city as provided by law, in addition to such regulations as by law are by their terms applicable to private property. By such resolution, or by separate resolution, the Board of Education of USD 394 may designate time limitations for certain parking spaces and may designate certain parking spaces to be reserved for handicapped parking. Upon publication of such resolution and upon the erection of signs giving notice of such designations, violation of such time limitations and parking restrictions shall be enforceable and punishable as a parking regulation of the city.
(Ord. 398; Code 2003)
(a) Unless written permission, from an authorized city official, is first obtained, no vehicle, including but not limited to transport, truck tractors, semitrailers, commercial trailer not mechanized, recreational vehicles or truck of a rated capacity of more than 1 ½ tons or being in an aggregate length of 20 feet or more,. including one or more connected vehicles, shall be, at any time, parked or left unattended on any street, avenue or public way within those portions of the city that are zoned: A-1, RE-1, R-1, R-2, R-3, R-4, MH-1, CN, C-1, and Public Parks; provided, that nothing herein shall deny the right to park any such vehicles for emergency refueling or making an emergency repair or for the purpose of making delivery or pick up within prohibited areas; provided further, that all such vehicles may be parked in areas of the city so long as such parking shall not be contrary to other ordinances of the city relating to the parking of such vehicles.
(b) It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to park vehicles as set forth in this section and any such person so violating any of the provisions shall upon conviction thereof, be punished by a fine of not more than $50.
(Ord. 497; Ord. 514; Code 2017)