This ordinance provides an exception for being parked or standing in zoned areas to expeditiously load and unload passengers, freight, or merchandise.
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Any public street, parkway, boulevard, public space, public right-of-way, parking lot, public parking lot, or railroad right-of-way within the corporate city limits.
This ordinance provides an exception for mechanical issues so long as a driver remains with the vehicle awaiting repairs or maintenance.
This ordinance provides an exception for commercial vehicles that are an integral part of your business so long as the parking surface is within an area zoned industrial according to the city zoning ordinance, or is parked at a lawfully zoned business establishment.
Unless the parking surface is within an area zoned industrial according to the city zoning ordinance, the vehicle operator and property owner would both be subject to enforcement processes.
Parking may only occur within an area approved with a specific use permit or an industrial zoning district according to the city zoning ordinance. Parking must occur on the property and may not be adjacent or on public streets or right-of-way as mentioned within the ordinance.