Chapter 10.04
PARKING REGULATIONSlinklink

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10.04.010: TRAVELED WAY:
10.04.020: ROADWAY:
10.04.030: RIGHT OF WAY:
10.04.040: PERMIT FOR LOADING OR UNLOADING AT AN ANGLE TO THE ROADWAY:
10.04.050: PARKING VIOLATION:
10.04.060: SIGNS:
10.04.070: TOWING OF VEHICLES:
10.04.080: PARKING VIOLATION FEES:
10.04.090: CREATION OF NO PARKING; FIRE LANE AREAS UPON PRIVATE PROPERTY:
10.04.100: ALPINE AVENUE:

10.04.010: TRAVELED WAY:linklink


It is unlawful to stand or park a vehicle in the traveled portion of a roadway. (Ord. 215 § 1, 1980)
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10.04.020: ROADWAY:linklink

It is unlawful for any person to stand or park a vehicle in a roadway, outside the traveled portion, other than parallel with the edge or curb of the roadway, headed in the direction of lawful traffic movement and with the edge or curbside wheels of the vehicle within twelve inches (12") of the edge or curb of the roadway, except as otherwise provided in this chapter. (Ord. 215 § 2, 1980)
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10.04.030: RIGHT OF WAY:linklink

It is unlawful for any person to stand or park a vehicle on any street right of way, including that portion off the roadway, other than in the direction of lawful traffic movement, except that this provision shall not prohibit angle parking on property adjoining the street right of way. (Ord. 215 § 3, 1980)
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10.04.040: PERMIT FOR LOADING OR UNLOADING AT AN ANGLE TO THE ROADWAY:linklink


A. The city engineer is authorized to issue letter permits for backing of vehicles to the curb in order to load or unload merchandise or materials, subject to the terms and conditions of such permits. Such permits may be issued either to the owner or lessee of real property or to the owner of the vehicle and shall grant to such person the privilege as therein stated and authorized in this section.


B. It is unlawful for any permittee or other person to violate any of the special terms or conditions of any such permit. (Ord. 215 § 4, 1980)

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10.04.050: PARKING VIOLATION:linklink

It shall be unlawful for any person to stop, stand, or park a vehicle except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic in compliance with law or the directions of a police officer, firefighter, volunteer parking enforcement officer, parking attendant employed or commissioned by the city, or traffic control device, in any of the following places:


A. On a sidewalk;


B. In front of a public or private driveway;


C. Within an intersection;


D. Within fifteen feet (15') of a fire hydrant;


E. On a crosswalk;


F. Within twenty feet (20') of a crosswalk at an intersection;


G. Within thirty feet (30') upon the approach to any flashing beacon, stop sign or traffic control signal located at the side of a roadway;


H. Within fifty feet (50') of the nearest rail of a railroad crossing;


I. Within twenty feet (20') of the driveway entrance to any fire station;


J. Alongside or opposite any street obstruction or excavation when stopping, standing or parking would obstruct traffic;


K. On a roadway side of any vehicle stopped or parked at the edge or curb of a street;


L. Upon any bridge;


M. On any city street between eight o'clock (8:00) A.M. and five o'clock (5:00) P.M. on the day of the week that the city or its contractor conducts residential garbage collection on said street;


N. At any place where stopping is otherwise prohibited by official signs;


O. At any place where on street parking is prohibited by ordinance;


P. At any location where standing or parking is deemed unlawful under the provisions of the preceding sections of this chapter;


Q. In an area designated as a "fire lane" or "no parking - fire lane" area;


R. In front of a mailbox or within twelve feet (12') of a mailbox;


S. Where prohibited by traffic control devices;


T. Where directed not to park by the lawful order of a police officer, firefighter, volunteer parking enforcement officer, or parking attendant employed or commissioned by the city. (Ord. 446 § 1, 1995)

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10.04.060: SIGNS:linklink

The chief of police or any other person authorized by the mayor or council shall cause signs to be posted in all areas where parking is limited to certain hours of the day pursuant to this chapter. Said sign shall indicate the hours and day of the week on which parking is prohibited on the city streets. It shall not be necessary that said signs be posted on every city street if the signs can be so located as to fairly advise the public of the limitation on parking in a given residential or commercial area. The chief of police or any other person authorized by the mayor or council shall also cause signs to be erected as may be necessary to give notice and advise the general public of the other restrictions and prohibitions enacted herein. (Ord. 255 § 3, 1984)
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10.04.070: TOWING OF VEHICLES:linklink

The public works director or chief of police may cause cars to be towed away which are parked on the streets in violation of this chapter. Any cars thus towed away may be reclaimed after paying the towing fee and/or storage. If said vehicle is not claimed within forty eight (48) hours of the removal of such vehicle, the superintendent of streets, public works director or chief of police shall cause notice to be given to the owner of the vehicle, to any known lien holder and also to the owner or occupant of the property immediately adjacent to the area from which the vehicle was removed. Said notice shall state that said vehicle has been impounded and stored for violation of this chapter, shall specify the location where the vehicle is stored, and state the costs of the towing fee and/or storage which must be paid prior to reclamation of the vehicle. Notice shall be delivered personally or sent by mail. In the event said vehicle is not claimed by its owner, the vehicle shall be disposed of in accordance with section 8.12.070 of this code, or such other ordinances or statutes as may, from time to time, be passed, for the disposition of unclaimed vehicles. (Ord. 255 § 4, 1984)
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10.04.080: PARKING VIOLATION FEES:linklink

The owner of a vehicle in or upon which a parking violation notice has been left or attached by a police officer, volunteer parking enforcement officer, or parking attendant, employed or commissioned by the city, may avoid being prosecuted for the violation alleged in such notice by electing to pay to the police department, as a civil penalty for such violation, a fee of ten dollars ($10.00), unless said fee is not paid within ten (10) days after the issuance of the parking violation notice, in which event the fee shall be twenty five dollars ($25.00), unless otherwise specifically provided by city ordinance. If the owner fails to respond to a parking violation notice within thirty (30) days, an Idaho uniform traffic citation shall be issued to the owner of the vehicle and the violation shall be treated as an infraction, as provided in section 1.12.030 of this code, punishable by a minimum fine of fifty dollars ($50.00) unless otherwise specifically provided by city ordinance. (Ord. 457 § 1, 1996)
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10.04.090: CREATION OF NO PARKING; FIRE LANE AREAS UPON PRIVATE PROPERTY:linklink


A. A property owner may designate and mark an area for a fire lane adjacent to a commercial or business establishment, which fire lane shall be created for the purposes of keeping an area free for access by fire department and other emergency vehicles. Such fire lane shall be conspicuously and clearly marked by paint or by sign(s), as necessary, to be visible from the entire fire lane, which sign(s) shall be at least thirty six inches (36") above the ground and shall indicate "No Parking--Fire Lane" or some similar wording. Law enforcement officials, volunteer parking enforcement officers, firemen, and parking attendants employed or commissioned by the city are empowered to enter upon private property open to public use to enforce the provisions of this section and subsection 10.04.050Q of this chapter.


B. The owner or operator of a vehicle upon which a parking violation notice for violation of this section has been left or attached shall be subject to the penalties provided by section 10.04.080 of this chapter. (Ord. 457 § 2, 1996)

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10.04.100: ALPINE AVENUE:linklink

Alpine Avenue is designated as a minor arterial street in conformity with the comprehensive plan adopted by the city. Parking is prohibited on sections of Alpine Avenue that border the following described property:

Kasiska subdivision
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, block 4
Lot 10, block 1
Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, block 3
Lot 7, block 5

Parking will be restricted on the following property at such time in the future as the city council deems traffic heavy enough to warrant no parking on Alpine Avenue where it borders the following described property:

Country Acres subdivision
Lots 1 and 2, block 1
Lot 1, block 2

(Ord. 448 § 2, 1995)

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