Parking Ordinance

Overnight parking. No person may park or permit any vehicle to stand upon any highway, street, alley, city-owned parking lot or any other public property in the city for more than 24 consecutive hours except in areas designated for such parking by signs erected by authority of the city council, and except in emergency situations where prior authorization for the parking has been obtained from the chief of police.
 
Winter Parking Regulations:  The current City ordinance puts odd/even parking controls into effect from November 1 through April 1 throughout the City. All people will be required to park their vehicles on the odd numbered side of the street on odd dates and even numbered side of the street on even dates.
 
Note: The time between 7 p.m. and midnight of each day is a switchover timewhen vehicles can be parked on either side of the street.

These parking controls apply whether or not any snow has fallen. These parking regulations improve the City's efficiency in removing snow and eliminates confusion regarding snow emergencies and snow emergency routes.

 

Liberty & Legends Subdivisions.
For the Liberty/Legends neighborhoods, because of their narrow street design, these parking regulations are in effect throughout the entire year.

 
Commercial motor vehicles. No motor vehicle over one-ton capacity bearing a commercial license and no commercially licensed trailer may be parked on any street or roadway in any area in the city which is zoned residential, except when such vehicle is engaged in loading and unloading or rendering a service in the area involved.
 
Private property; owner permission required. No person may park or permit any vehicle to stand upon any public or private property that is sodded or landscaped and is maintained as a boulevard or open yard space adjacent to a street, highway or parking lot, except with the permission of the owner of the property.
 
Empty boat trailers in CBD district. No person may park any empty boat trailer on any street or alley or in any public parking lot located within the Central Business District of the city.
 
Parking in loading zones. It is a violation of this section for any person to park or permit any vehicle to stand upon any portion of a street, alley, city-owned parking lot or any other public property in the city in areas designated as loading zones by signs erected by authority of the city council unless prior authorization for the parking has been obtained from the chief of police.
 
Sale of vehicles. It is unlawful to park any vehicle upon any street for the purpose of displaying it for sale. 
 
Permit zones. The city council may, by resolution, designate areas within any city-owned parking lot as a permit parking area, and establish the number of permits to be issued and the fee for the permits. The chief of police and the public works director must mark each area with appropriate signs. It is unlawful for any vehicle to be parked in a permitted parking zone without a permit.
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