Article 1. General Standing, Stopping, And Parking Provisions linklink

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857
7-3-101: Color Designation For Restricted Parking And Stopping Areas
7-3-102: Parking Or Stopping In Violation Of Posted Signs
7-3-103: Parking On Grades
7-3-104: Parking Prohibited On Nonpaved Surface
7-3-105: Parking Prohibited On Private Property
7-3-106: Unauthorized Parking On Public Premises Prohibited
7-3-107: Unauthorized Parking In Public Parking Facilities
7-3-108: Movement Of Vehicles To Circumvent Posted Parking Restrictions Prohibited
7-3-109: Parking Within Designated Markings
7-3-110: Successive Parking Violations For Extended Illegal Parking
7-3-111: Class I Parking Permits
7-3-112: Stopping In Alleys
7-3-113: Removal Of Vehicles
7-3-114: Removal Of Vehicles; Spaces Used By Authorized Automobile Parking Service
7-3-114.1: Removal Of Vehicles; Tour Bus Loading And Staging Zones
7-3-115: Vehicle Parking Permits Denied If Outstanding Parking Penalties
7-3-116: Requirement Of Paying Posted Rate In Municipal Parking Facilities
7-3-117: Unlawful Use Of Invalid Disabled Placard
7-3-118: Parking Of Limousines In Residential Zones Prohibited
7-3-119: Limousine Staging Zones Establishment And Restrictions
7-3-120: Temporary Parking Restrictions Authorized
7-3-121: Parking Prohibited In Antigridlock Zones
7-3-122: Parking Prohibited In Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zone And Removal Of Vehicles
7-3-123: Parking Of Oversized Vehicles Prohibited In Residential Zones
7-3-124: SP Parking Permits

7-3-101: COLOR DESIGNATION FOR RESTRICTED PARKING AND STOPPING AREAS: linklink


No vehicle shall be stopped or parked in violation of designated curb markings which shall have the following restrictions and prohibitions:


A. Red shall prohibit stopping at all times, except a bus may stop in a red zone which is designated as a bus stop.


B. Yellow shall prohibit parking on each day Monday through Saturday from seven o'clock (7:00) A.M. to six o'clock (6:00) P.M. of each day. During such time, stopping shall be permitted as follows:

1. For a period not to exceed three (3) minutes for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers or baggage or for the purpose of commercial pick up or delivery.

2. For a period not to exceed twenty (20) minutes for commercial vehicles while loading or unloading materials for commercial purposes.


C. Yellow with distinguishing signage shall prohibit parking each day during the hours as posted. During such time, stopping shall be permitted, for a period not to exceed the time limit as posted, for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers and baggage or customer loading and unloading of goods, including pick up and delivery and other customer needs. These zones shall be identified by signage indicating that customer loading is permitted for the prescribed time period.


D. White shall prohibit stopping at all times except for a period not to exceed three (3) minutes for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers, or for the purpose of depositing mail in an adjacent mailbox.


E. Green shall prohibit parking in excess of twenty (20) minutes each day Monday through Saturday from seven o'clock (7:00) A.M. to six o'clock (6:00) P.M.


F. Blue shall prohibit parking except for vehicles of physically handicapped persons as defined in sections 22511.5 and 22511.9 of the Vehicle Code and which have prominently displayed while parked a handicapped license plate or placard issued by the state.


G. White with distinguishing signage shall prohibit parking each day during the days and hours as posted. During such time, stopping shall be permitted for a prescribed time period, not to exceed twenty (20) minutes, for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers or for the purpose of depositing mail in an adjacent mailbox. (1962 Code §§ 3-6.1202, 3-6.1203, 3-6.1204, 3-6.1205; amd. Ord. 97-O-2284, eff. 11-17-1997; Ord. 03-O-2435, eff. 1-2-2004)

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637205
7-3-102: PARKING OR STOPPING IN VIOLATION OF POSTED SIGNS: linklink


A. No vehicle shall be parked or stopped in violation of posted signs which restrict or prohibit the parking or stopping of such vehicle.


B. No vehicle shall be parked for a period in excess of the time permitted by the posted sign.


C. In order to facilitate street cleaning, no vehicle shall be parked or left standing during the hours and on the day or days indicated by the posted sign.


D. No vehicle shall be stopped in violation of the posted signs which prohibit the stopping of such vehicle. (1962 Code § 3-6.1003; amd. Ord. 88-O-2043, eff. 11-10-1988; Ord. 04-O-2442, eff. 2-6-2004)

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637206
7-3-103: PARKING ON GRADES: linklink

No vehicle shall be parked or left unattended on any street where the grade exceeds three percent (3%) unless the wheels of such vehicle are blocked by turning the wheels against the curb. (1962 Code § 3-6.1011)
http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637207
7-3-104: PARKING PROHIBITED ON NONPAVED SURFACE: linklink

It shall be unlawful to park or stand any vehicle on any surface which is not improved to the minimum surfacing standards set forth in this code; except for construction activities pursuant to a grading or building permit issued by the city, or for an activity performed for or on behalf of the city. (1962 Code § 3-6.1014)
http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637208
7-3-105: PARKING PROHIBITED ON PRIVATE PROPERTY: linklink


A. It shall be unlawful to stop or park a vehicle on private property without the express or implied consent of the owner or the person in lawful possession of such property where appropriate signs are posted which prohibit parking on such property.


B. The owner or lessee of any vacant lot with a unimproved surface shall post clearly visible signs that parking thereon is prohibited, and violators will be cited pursuant to this section. (1962 Code §§ 3-6.1014, 3-6.1015)

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637209
7-3-106: UNAUTHORIZED PARKING ON PUBLIC PREMISES PROHIBITED: linklink

No person shall park or leave standing a motor vehicle in or upon any parkway, public park, public school site, or other off street property of the city, or of the Beverly Hills Unified School District, or of any public utility, except as otherwise provided in this code, unless such person first shall have obtained permission for use of such property. Such permission may be evidenced in writing or by a sign or other physical evidence of invitation or permission to park thereon. (1962 Code § 3-6.2201)
http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637210
7-3-107: UNAUTHORIZED PARKING IN PUBLIC PARKING FACILITIES: linklink

When council has designated certain property as a public parking facility, or has restricted parking space for parking by permit only, or where parking meters, signs, lines, or other physical evidence indicates the manner in which motor vehicles must be parked thereon, or restricts the time of day or period of time during which motor vehicles may be left standing thereon, any violation of any such signs, lines, parking meters, directions, or notices shall constitute a violation of this code. (1962 Code § 3-6.2201)
http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637211
7-3-108: MOVEMENT OF VEHICLES TO CIRCUMVENT POSTED PARKING RESTRICTIONS PROHIBITED: linklink


A. Where a vehicle has been parked in an area which restricts parking to a specific time interval, regardless of the time parked in such area, such vehicle shall not be reparked within a distance of five hundred feet (500') of the place initially parked within a period of four (4) hours thereafter.


B. Vehicles used for vending or peddling purposes shall also comply with the parking restrictions of section 4-2-705 of this code. (1962 Code §§ 3-6.1012, 3-6.1101(d))

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637212
7-3-109: PARKING WITHIN DESIGNATED MARKINGS: linklink

Where any parking space has pavement markings designating the allotted parking space, vehicles shall be parked entirely within the designated limits of such parking space, unless the length of the vehicle precludes compliance with this section. (1962 Code §§ 3-6.1104, 3-4.104)
http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637213
7-3-110: SUCCESSIVE PARKING VIOLATIONS FOR EXTENDED ILLEGAL PARKING: linklink

Where a vehicle is cited for a parking violation and remains illegally parked for a successive interval of time which again exceeds the maximum allowable parking interval, this extended parking constitutes a second and separate parking violation subject to the following limitations:


A. The vehicle has been parked a minimum of two (2) hours since issuance of the initial citation; and


B. Not more than two (2) citations may be issued for continuous illegal parking within any twenty four (24) hour period. (1962 Code § 3-6.311)

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637214
7-3-111: CLASS 1 PARKING PERMITS: linklink


A. A vehicle which bears a class 1 parking permit and is being used for city business may park:

1. In a parking meter space without the deposit of any coin in the adjacent parking meter.

2. In a parking meter space or in a nonmetered parking space for a period of time in excess of the posted maximum parking time permitted, but not during posted peak hour parking restriction periods.

3. In any preferential parking zone.

4. In any parking lot or structure owned by the city without payment of the required fees and in excess of the maximum permitted time for parking.


B. A class 1 permit shall be issued by the director of public works services only as follows:

1. One permit for each vehicle legally registered to each current and former member of the city council and each current and former city treasurer.

2. One permit for each vehicle legally registered to each current member of the planning, architectural, design review, traffic and parking, human relations, public works, recreation and parks, fine art, health and safety, charitable solicitations and cultural heritage commissions. When a commissioner ceases to be on a commission, the permit issued to the holder under this subsection B2 is deemed void and is invalid for the uses set forth in this section. The permit holder shall return the permit(s) to the director.

3. One permit to the current city manager, current city attorney, current city clerk, and each current executive management employee designated in the city's executive compensation plan. When such persons cease to be an employee of the city or are no longer in the position of city manager, city attorney or city clerk, the permit issued to the holder under this subsection B3 is deemed void and is invalid for the uses set forth in this section. The permit holder shall return the permit(s) to the director.

4. Notwithstanding any other provision in this subsection B, no more than two (2) permits shall be issued per household. For the purposes of this section, "household" shall be defined as all persons who dwell within the same dwelling unit.


C. The city treasurer who is in office as of October 18, 2010, may request that the director of public works services issue a single class 1 permit to a deputy city treasurer designated by the city treasurer to receive such permit. Once the city treasurer makes such designation, the city treasurer has no further authority to request the issuance of additional class 1 permits to the same or any other deputy city treasurer(s). When the designated deputy city treasurer ceases to be a deputy city treasurer, the permit issued under this subsection is deemed void and is invalid for the uses set forth in this section. The permit holder shall return the permit to the director.


D. Class 1 permits shall be displayed in the lower left corner of the front windshield of the vehicle. (1962 Code § 3-4.107; amd. Ord. 88-O-2023, eff. 6-2-1988; Ord. 89-O-2064, eff. 7-6-1989; Ord. 90-O-2108, eff. 1-11-1991; Ord. 91-O-2112, eff. 4-19-1991; Ord. 92-O-2148, eff. 9-11-1992; Ord. 98-O-2303, eff. 7-2-1998; Ord. 01-O-2364, eff. 2-2-2001; Ord. 01-O-2385, eff. 11-23-2001; Ord. 09-O-2575, eff. 1-15-2010; Ord. 10-O-2595, eff. 12-5-2010; Ord. 12-O-2620, eff. 3-23-2012; Ord. 14-O-2662, eff. 6-20-2014)

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637215
7-3-112: STOPPING IN ALLEYS: linklink

No person shall stop a vehicle in any alley except as provided in this section.


A. Commercial Alleys: In those alleys that are bordered on one or both sides by commercial property, a person may stop a vehicle as provided in this subsection where there are yellow alley edge markings.

1. Stopping shall be allowed only between the hours of seven o'clock (7:00) A.M. and six o'clock (6:00) P.M. on Monday through Saturday. Stopping shall not be allowed on Sundays.

2. Stopping shall only be permitted for the purposes of loading or unloading of passengers or baggage, making a commercial delivery or pick up, or loading or unloading materials for commercial purposes.

3. Stopping shall be restricted to a period not to exceed three (3) minutes except that commercial vehicles may stop for a period not to exceed twenty (20) minutes while loading or unloading materials for commercial purposes.


B. Residential Alleys: In those alleys bordered on one or both sides by residential property, a person may stop a vehicle as provided in this subsection where there are no alley edge markings.

1. Stopping shall be allowed only between the hours of seven o'clock (7:00) A.M. and ten o'clock (10:00) P.M.

2. Stopping shall only be permitted for the purposes of loading or unloading of passengers, baggage or materials to serve adjacent residential property.

3. Stopping shall be restricted to a period not to exceed three (3) minutes, unless the driver is actively loading or unloading the vehicle as provided in subsection B4 of this section.

4. Stopping shall be restricted to a period not to exceed twenty (20) minutes while the driver is actively loading or unloading a vehicle. For the purposes of this subsection, a driver shall not be considered to be "actively loading or unloading" a vehicle if the driver is away from the vehicle for a period of more than three (3) minutes.

5. Stopping shall only be permitted on the portion of the alley bordering residential property.


C. Obstruction Or Hazard Prohibited: In no event shall any vehicle be stopped in a manner that obstructs traffic or creates a hazard, nor shall this section be construed to limit the authority of the city to remove a vehicle which creates an obstruction or hazard as set forth in Vehicle Code section 22651(b). (Ord. 88-O-2043, eff. 11-10-1988; amd. Ord. 00-O-2344, eff. 2-18-2000; Ord. 01-O-2369, eff. 3-8-2001)

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637216
7-3-113: REMOVAL OF VEHICLES: linklink


A. Any vehicle which is parked or left standing in violation of this code upon a street for seventy two (72) or more consecutive hours from the issuance of a written warning or citation for the violation of this code shall be subject to removal.


B. Any vehicle which is stopped, parked or left standing in an "antigridlock zone" as defined in section 7-3-121 of this chapter during peak hours in violation of this code shall be subject to removal. (Ord. 06-O-2509, eff. 12-22-2006)

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637217
7-3-114: REMOVAL OF VEHICLES; SPACES USED BY AUTHORIZED AUTOMOBILE PARKING SERVICE: linklink

In addition to the grounds for removal specified in the California Vehicle Code, and pursuant to California Vehicle Code section 22651(n), vehicles parked in a space lawfully used by an automobile parking service pursuant to a valid valet parking permit issued pursuant to title 4, chapter 2, article 15 of this code during any time when such automobile parking service is authorized to operate valet parking operations, shall be subject to removal by the city or its authorized agent. (Ord. 92-O-2158, eff. 12-18-1992)
http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637218
7-3-114.1: REMOVAL OF VEHICLES; TOUR BUS LOADING AND STAGING ZONES: linklink

In addition to the grounds for removal specified in the California Vehicle Code, and pursuant to California Vehicle Code section 22651(n), vehicles unlawfully parked, stopped or standing, in a designated tour bus loading or staging zone are subject to removal by the city. (Ord. 99-O-2323, eff. 2-16-1999; amd. Ord. 02-O-2397, eff. 6-7-2002)
http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637219
7-3-115: VEHICLE PARKING PERMITS DENIED IF OUTSTANDING PARKING PENALTIES: linklink

Parking permits issued by the city pursuant to this chapter shall not be issued to any applicant unless all outstanding parking penalties and other related fees are paid in full pursuant to the provisions set forth in chapter 5 of this title. (Ord. 93-O-2173, eff. 7-23-1993)
http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637220
7-3-116: REQUIREMENT OF PAYING POSTED RATE IN MUNICIPAL PARKING FACILITIES: linklink

No vehicle shall be parked in a municipal parking facility and thereafter removed from the facility without paying the parking attendant the posted parking facility rate at the time the vehicle is removed. (Ord. 98-O-2312, eff. 10-23-1998)
http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637221
7-3-117: UNLAWFUL USE OF INVALID DISABLED PLACARD: linklink


A. No person shall park or stand a vehicle upon any street, highway or in a parking stall or space of an off street parking facility when the vehicle displays, in order to obtain special parking privileges, a disabled placard and: 1) the department of motor vehicles record for the identification number assigned to such placard indicates that such placard either: a) has been reported as lost, stolen, surrendered, canceled, revoked or expired; or b) was issued to a person who has been reported as being deceased for a period exceeding sixty (60) days; 2) the placard is displayed on a vehicle that is not being used to transport, and is not in the reasonable proximity of, the person to whom the license plate or placard was issued or a person who is authorized to be transported in the vehicle displaying that placard or license plate; or 3) the placard is counterfeit, forged, altered or mutilated.


B. For purposes of this section, "disabled placard" means a distinguishing placard issued pursuant to California Vehicle Code section 22511.55.


C. This section is enacted pursuant to the authority conferred by California Vehicle Code section 22511.57. (Ord. 99-O-2334, eff. 10-22-1999; amd. Ord. 05-O-2475, eff. 7-22-2005; Ord. 13-O-2645, eff. 10-11-2013)

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637222
7-3-118: PARKING OF LIMOUSINES IN RESIDENTIAL ZONES PROHIBITED: linklink

No person shall stop, park or leave standing any limousine on any street within a residential zone, except for the immediate loading and unloading of passengers. For purposes of this section and section 7-3-119 of this chapter, "limousine" shall have the same meaning as set forth in section 7-2-206 of this title. (Ord. 02-O-2418, eff. 1-3-2003)
http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637223
7-3-119: LIMOUSINE STAGING ZONES ESTABLISHMENT AND RESTRICTIONS: linklink


A. Except as otherwise provided in this section for limousines, no person shall stop, park or leave standing any vehicle in the spaces identified as limousine staging zones during the time period posted.


B. The transportation official is authorized to establish limousine staging zones for any day and period of time on any nonresidential street for a distance of up to twelve (12) metered parking spaces or two hundred forty feet (240'), whichever is less, when the transportation official finds that it is necessary to provide limousines a safe and convenient location from which limousines may stage their limousine operations so as not to interfere with other traffic in the business and residential zones of the city. In all other circumstances, limousine staging zones may be established by resolution of the city council.


C. Limousine operators may utilize staging zones to park their limousines and to wait, as authorized in this section.


D. No limousines shall park in the limousine staging zones for a period in excess of the time posted.


E. A decision of the transportation official may be appealed to the city council. (Ord. 02-O-2418, eff. 1-3-2003)

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637224
7-3-120: TEMPORARY PARKING RESTRICTIONS AUTHORIZED: linklink


A. For purposes of this section, the following words have the following meanings:

NATURAL DISASTER: Any fire, flood, storm, earthquake or other similar public calamity resulting from natural causes.

PEAK HOUR: The hours in which weekday traffic flow is the heaviest for the day as established by the resolution adopted by the city council restricting the stopping, parking and standing of vehicles during peak hours on certain streets in the city.


B. The transportation official is authorized to temporarily modify the existing peak hour stopping, parking and standing restriction on any street to any period of time and on any day, whenever the transportation official finds that traffic congestion on the street with the peak hour restriction is likely to result from the stopping, parking or standing of vehicles during the construction, alteration, repair or improvement of that street or any street within the vicinity, or as a result of a natural disaster and the modification is necessary in order to facilitate the proper movement of traffic. In all other circumstances, modifications to existing peak hour stopping, parking and standing restrictions may be established by resolution of the city council.


C. The transportation official shall place or cause to be placed signs on such street giving notice of the modified restriction during the existence of the condition set forth in subsection B of this section. Once the condition ceases to exist, the previous peak hour restriction shall continue to be in effect.


D. When signs authorized by the provisions of this section are in place giving notice thereof, no person shall stop, park or leave standing any vehicle during the time and day period posted on such signs.


E. The transportation official shall provide notice of the modification of the peak hour stopping, parking and standing restriction to the city council within thirty (30) days of taking action. If the modification remains in place for one hundred twenty (120) days, the transportation official shall provide a report to the city council on or before the one hundred twentieth day regarding the existence of the condition of the street with the modified peak hour restriction. This report shall be provided to the council for every subsequent one hundred twenty (120) day period until the transportation official or the city council determines that the condition set forth in subsection B of this section ceases to exist. (Ord. 03-O-2433, eff. 12-6-2003)

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637225
7-3-121: PARKING PROHIBITED IN ANTIGRIDLOCK ZONES: linklink


A. For purposes of this section, the following words have the following meanings:

ANTIGRIDLOCK ZONE: Arterial streets designated by the transportation official on which the stopping, parking or standing of vehicles is prohibited during peak hours to ensure that the curb lane is available as an additional, continuous lane for through traffic in order to avoid gridlock during peak hours.

PEAK HOURS: The hours in which weekday traffic flow is the heaviest for the day as designated by the transportation official.


B. The transportation official is authorized to establish antigridlock zones on any arterial streets in the city during peak hours.


C. The transportation official shall place or cause to be placed signs on such streets giving notice of the antigridlock zone and that any vehicle stopped, parked or left standing in violation thereof may be removed.


D. When signs authorized by the provisions of this section are in place giving notice of an antigridlock zone, no person shall stop, park or leave standing any vehicle during the time and day period posted on such signs. Vehicles stopped, parked or left standing may be removed. (Ord. 06-O-2509, eff. 12-22-2006)

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637226
7-3-122: PARKING PROHIBITED IN VERY HIGH FIRE HAZARD SEVERITY ZONE AND REMOVAL OF VEHICLES: linklink


A. For purposes of this section, the following phrase has the following meaning:

VERY HIGH FIRE HAZARD SEVERITY ZONE: An area included within the boundaries described and set forth in a map prepared and maintained by the fire chief and on file in the office of the fire marshal, 445 North Rexford Drive.


B. When the on duty city battalion chief ("battalion chief") determines there is an increased fire danger, the on duty battalion chief may restrict parking on streets in areas designated a very high fire hazard severity zone for the duration of the projected threat.


C. The on duty battalion chief is authorized to conspicuously post signs on such streets giving notice of "severe fire conditions" and that parking is restricted as set forth in this section.


D. When signs authorized by the provisions of this section are posted, no person shall stop, park or leave standing any vehicle during the period that the signs indicate "Severe Fire Conditions". Any vehicle stopped, parked or left standing shall be subject to removal.


E. In the event of any major conflagration or other fire related emergency requiring police action, the city may remove any vehicle that is stopped, parked or left standing in such a way as to prevent the mobility of fire apparatus or whose removal is necessary to ensure public safety whether or not signs are in place giving notice thereof. (Ord. 09-O-2562, eff. 2-6-2009)

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637227
7-3-123: PARKING OF OVERSIZED VEHICLES PROHIBITED IN RESIDENTIAL ZONES: linklink


A. No person shall stop, park or leave standing upon any street that is designated by the director of community development within a residential zone a vehicle having any of the following:

1. A manufacturer's rated load capacity greater than three-fourths (3/4) of a ton;

2. A length in excess of twenty one feet (21').

Any vehicle stopped, parked or left standing shall be subject to removal.


B. The following vehicles are hereby exempt from the provisions of this section:

1. Any authorized emergency vehicle, any authorized highway work vehicle or any vehicle used in the construction, installation, or repair of a utility or a public utility in accordance with sections 22512 and 35704 of the California Vehicle Code;

2. Any vehicle engaged in loading or unloading adjacent to the residence;

3. Any vehicle making pick ups or deliveries of goods, wares and merchandise adjacent to the residence;

4. Any vehicle picking up or delivering materials used in the actual and bona fide repair, alteration, remodeling or construction of any building or structure for which an encroachment permit or construction permit has been obtained adjacent to the residence;

5. Any vehicle operated by the city, or any employee thereof, in the course of regular or official city business.


C. The director of community development is authorized to designate the streets subject to the restrictions set forth in subsection A of this section. Upon such designation, the director of community development shall place or cause to be placed signs on said streets giving notice of the restriction. (Ord. 09-O-2569, eff. 11-6-2009; amd. Ord. 13-O-2647, eff. 10-11-2013)

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s637228
7-3-124: SP PARKING PERMITS: linklink


A. For purposes of this section, "street block" is defined as the portion of a street that lies between two (2) immediately intersecting streets, and includes both the side of the street immediately adjacent to a school property and the opposite side of the street.


B. A vehicle which bears an SP parking permit may park as follows while being used for official Beverly Hills unified school district business:

1. In a nonmetered parking space for a period of time in excess of the posted maximum parking time permitted on a street block adjacent to Beverly Vista School, El Rodeo School, Hawthorne School and Horace Mann School, except as follows:

a. During posted peak hour parking restriction periods.

b. The SP parking permit may not be used on a street block adjacent to Horace Mann School after construction of the underground parking facility on the Horace Mann School campus is completed.

2. In any preferential parking permit zone on a street block adjacent to Beverly Vista School, El Rodeo School, Hawthorne School and Horace Mann School, except as follows:

a. The SP parking permit may not be used on a street block adjacent to Horace Mann School after construction of the underground parking facility on the Horace Mann School campus is completed.

3. In the city operated parking structure, located at 450 North Rexford Drive, without payment of the required fees and in excess of the maximum permitted time for parking.


C. An SP parking permit shall be issued by the director of public works services only as follows:

1. One permit to each current member of the Beverly Hills unified school district board of education. When such persons cease to be on the Beverly Hills unified school district board of education, the SP parking permit issued to the holder under this subsection C1 is deemed void and is invalid for the uses set forth in this section. The permit holder shall return the permit to the director of public works services.

2. One permit each to the following employees of the Beverly Hills unified school district: a) superintendent of schools; b) chief academic officer; c) director of student services and special projects; and d) chief administrative officer. When such persons cease to be an employee of the Beverly Hills unified school district or are no longer in the position listed herein, the SP parking permit issued to the holder under this subsection C2 is deemed void and is invalid for the uses set forth in this section. The permit holder shall return the permit to the director of public works services.


D. SP parking permits shall be displayed in the lower left corner of the front windshield of a vehicle legally registered to a person issued a permit under this section. (Ord. 15-O-2685, eff. 9-18-2015)

http://sterlingcodifiers.com/codebook/index.php?book_id=&chapter_id=65857#s1059118