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RIVERDALE CITY PARKING ORDINANCES

Chapter 4
PARKING REGULATIONS

6-4-1: PARKING OVER SEVENTY TWO HOURS:
6-4-2: SOUTH SIDE OF HIGHLAND DRIVE AND CHERRY DRIVE:
6-4-3: SIGNS PROHIBITING PARKING:
6-4-4: SNOWSTORMS:
6-4-5: TRAILERS, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES; EXCEPTION:
6-4-6: DISABLED PERSONS PARKING:
6-4-7: NUISANCE; IMPOUNDING:
6-4-8: PENALTY:

6-4-1: PARKING OVER SEVENTY TWO HOURS:
It is unlawful for the owner, lessee, purchaser, operator or possessor of any vehicle to park or leave such vehicle on any public street within the city in the same location for a period in excess of seventy two (72) hours. (1985 Code § 12-4-1)

6-4-2: SOUTH SIDE OF HIGHLAND DRIVE AND CHERRY DRIVE:
It shall be prohibited for the owner, lessee, purchaser or operator of any motor vehicle to park or allow to remain unattended said motor vehicle on the south side of Highland Drive or the south side of Cherry Drive of this city between 300 West Street and 500 West Street. (1985 Code § 12-4-2)

6-4-3: SIGNS PROHIBITING PARKING:
Permission is granted for the operator of a motor vehicle to park anywhere within the city without penalty, except where signs regulate parking or where parking is regulated by this chapter. (1985 Code § 12-4-3)

6-4-4: SNOWSTORMS:
In order to adequately remove snow and to avoid property damage as far as possible, it is necessary to keep public streets and highways clear of all parked vehicles and other obstacles left on or adjacent to the travelway during snowstorms. Therefore, when snow removal becomes necessary, no person who owns or has possession, custody or control of any vehicle or other object shall park or place such vehicle or object upon or immediately adjacent to any street travelway until the street is cleared. This prohibition does not apply to physicians or other authorized emergency service personnel. Any such vehicle or object so parked or placed is declared a public nuisance. (1985 Code § 12-4-4)

6-4-5: TRAILERS, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES; EXCEPTION:
A. Parking Prohibited: It is unlawful for any person to park or leave standing at any time on any street, public roadway, alley or city property any unattached trailer of any type, whether for the occupancy of people, storage of items or for towing purposes; any boat, whether the same is loaded or not on an unattached trailer or otherwise; any camper not mounted on a vehicle; any motor home or mini-motor home of any length; and any combination of a pulling or towing vehicle with an attached trailer, whether loaded or not; provided, however, that it is lawful to park such a combination or a motor home that is being loaded or is ready for departure for a period not to exceed seventy two (72) hours. It is further unlawful to park in any such area, at any time, any vehicle or motor vehicle having a registered gross weight capability of twelve thousand (12,000) pounds or more. (Ord. 743, 9-15-2009)

B. Exception: With a valid permit, a resident of the city will be permitted to park a vehicle with a registered gross weight capacity of twelve thousand (12,000) pounds or more on a city street in order to make light repairs for no longer than four (4) hours where such parking and repairs pose no substantial hazard to the city. Permits shall be obtained from the police department headquarters during normal business hours. (Ord. 815, 9-25-2012)

6-4-6: DISABLED PERSONS PARKING:
A. Authority: Any disabled person qualifying under Utah Code Annotated section 41-1a-408 shall be allowed to park an appropriately marked motor vehicle for reasonable periods without charge in metered parking zones and restricted parking areas, other than those available for emergency use, in a manner which allows proper access to the automobile by the disabled person.

B. Plate Or Identification Card Required; Enforcement: Only those vehicles carrying a distinctive (logo) handicapped license plate or transferable identification card may park in a parking space which is clearly identified as reserved for use by the handicapped. This subsection applies to and may be enforced on public property and on private property which is used or intended for use by the public. (1985 Code § 12-4-9)

6-4-7: NUISANCE; IMPOUNDING:
Every vehicle found stopped, standing or parked upon the public streets of the city where prohibited by section 6-4-4 and subsection 6-4-5A of this chapter, or where prohibited by any law of the state, and every vehicle abandoned in the streets is hereby declared to be an obstruction in the street and a public nuisance. Such nuisances may be abated as provided in chapter 3 of this title. (1985 Code § 12-4-8)

6-4-8: PENALTY:
Upon conviction of a violation of this chapter, a person shall be guilty of an infraction and shall be assessed a fine as determined by the justice court judge. (1985 Code § 12-4-7)

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