§ 3.4.

DIVERTING OF TRAFFIC AND TEMPORARY PARKING RESTRICTIONS

a.

Temporary traffic diversion and parking restrictions for planned activities shall be posted as described in sub-section (b), (c), and (d) except in the case of threats to public health or safety or emergency requiring immediate response. A Police Officer or Parking Control Officer may divert traffic from any street or area, and/or may temporarily prohibit or restrict Parking on any street when made necessary or advisable by any parade, public assemblage, film production, traffic congestion, conflagration, building collapse, obstruction on or damage to any street, residential move, or the need to protect public health and safety.

b.

Building Construction, Maintenance or Repair. Any temporary Parking restriction or prohibition related to building construction, maintenance, or repair in the public right-of-way shall be posted in compliance with Article 15, Section 724.3 of the Public Works Code.

c.

Special Events, Parades, Public Assemblages, Film Production, and Street Obstructions for Public Works. Any temporary Parking restriction or prohibition for any/special event, parade, public assemblage, film production, traffic congestion, conflagration, building collapse, or obstruction on, or repair work to, any street shall be posted with appropriate signs displaying a contact person and telephone number for information regarding the reasons for the restrictions. The contact person shall be available to respond to inquiries during business hours. Such signs shall be posted at least every 100 linear feet, and at each end of the zone in which Parking will be restricted or prohibited, at least 72 hours in advance of the prohibition or restriction; provided, however, that posting a notice of a temporary Parking restriction or prohibition at any Parking Space with a meter, or by the Film Commission, may be posted no less than 24 hours in advance of the prohibitions or restrictions. Parking limitations shall apply for 100 linear feet on either side of each posted sign.

d.

Residential or Commercial Moves. Any temporary Parking restriction or prohibition to accommodate a residential or commercial moving vehicle shall be posted with appropriate signs displaying a contact person and telephone number for information regarding the reasons for the restrictions. The contact person shall be available to respond to inquiries during business hours. Such signs shall be posted at a maximum spacing not to exceed 50 linear feet, and at each end of the zone in which Parking will be restricted or prohibited, at least 72 hours in advance of the prohibition or restriction; provided, however, that such signs posted at any Parking Space with a meter, or by the Police Department, may be posted no less than 24 hours in advance of the prohibition or restriction. Parking limitations shall apply for 50 linear feet on either side of each posted sign.

History

(Amended by Ord. 287-08, File No. 081340, App. 12/5/2008; Ord. 95-09, File No. 090670, App. 6/19/2009; Ord. 231-09, File No. 090780, App. 11/10/2009)

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