Chapter 10.04
DEFINITIONS

Sections:

10.04.010    Definitions – Generally.

10.04.020    Statutes adopted by reference.

10.04.030    City street.

10.04.040    Statutes adopted by reference.

10.04.050    Driveway.

10.04.060    Statutes adopted by reference.

10.04.070    Fire line.

10.04.080    Statute adopted by reference.

10.04.090    Freight loading zone.

10.04.100    Statutes adopted by reference.

10.04.110    Way open to the public.

10.04.120    Statutes adopted by reference.

10.04.010 Definitions – Generally.

The following words and phrases when used in this title shall, for the purpose of this title, have the meanings respectively ascribed to them in this chapter, unless where used the context thereof clearly indicates to the contrary. (Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.04.020 Statutes adopted by reference.

The following state statutes are adopted by reference:

RCW

46.90.103    Abandoned vehicle.

46.52.145    Abandoned junk motor vehicles.

46.04.020    Alley.

46.04.030    Arterial highway.

46.04.040    Authorized emergency vehicle.

46.90.106    Automobile hulk.

46.04.050    Auto.

46.04.060    Axle.

46.04.071    Bicycle.

46.90.112    Bus stop.

46.04.080    Business district.

46.04.085    Camper.

46.04.090    Cancel.

46.04.100    Center line.

46.04.110    Center of intersection.

46.90.115    City.

(Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.04.030 City street.

“City street” means and includes every arterial highway, public highway, or portion thereof located within the limits of the city, except alleys. (Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.04.040 Statutes adopted by reference.

The following state statutes are adopted by reference:

RCW

46.04.130    Combination of vehicles.

46.04.140    Commercial vehicle.

46.04.150    County road.

46.04.160    Crosswalk.

46.90.118    Demolish.

46.90.121    Department.

46.04.165    Driveway – Towaway operator.

(Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.04.050 Driveway.

“Driveway” means that portion of street area which provides access to an off-street vehicular facility through a depression in the constructed curb, or when there is no constructed curb, that area in front of such vehicular facility as is well defined or as is designated by authorized signs or markings. (Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.04.060 Statutes adopted by reference.

The following state statutes are adopted by reference:

RCW

47.52.011    Existing highway.

46.04.170    Explosives.

46.04.180    Farm tractor.

46.04.181    Farm vehicle.

46.04.182    Farmer.

46.04.183    Farming.

(Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.04.070 Fire line.

“Fire line” means a line established at the direction of the fire chief during any emergency requiring the services of the fire department. (Ord. 06C-06 § 2; Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.04.080 Statute adopted by reference.

The following state statute is adopted by reference:

RCW

46.04.190    For hire vehicle.

(Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.04.090 Freight loading zone.

“Freight loading zone” means a place reserved for the exclusive use of vehicles while loading or unloading freight. (Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.04.100 Statutes adopted by reference.

The following state statutes are adopted by reference:

RCW

46.90.124    Garage keeper.

70.84.020    Guide dog.

46.04.431    Highway.

46.90.127    Holidays.

46.04.100    Hours of darkness.

46.90.130    Hulk hauler.

46.04.210    Flammable liquid.

46.04.220    Intersection area.

46.04.240    Intersection control area.

46.04.260    Laned highway.

46.04.270    Legal owner.

47.52.010    Limited access facility.

46.90.133    Loading zone.

46.04.280    Local authorities.

46.04.290    Marked crosswalk.

46.04.300    Metal tire.

46.04.302    Mobile home.

46.04.303    Modular home.

46.04.305    Motor homes.

46.04.310    Motor truck.

46.04.320    Motor vehicle.

46.52.145    Motor vehicle wrecker.

46.04.330    Motorcycle.

46.04.332    Motor-driven cycle.

46.04.340    Muffler.

46.04.350    Multiple lane highway.

46.04.355    Municipal transit vehicle.

46.04.360    Nonresident.

46.90.136    Official time standard.

46.04.370    Operator or driver.

46.90.139    Ordinance.

46.04.380    Owner.

46.04.381    Park or parking.

46.90.142    Parking meter.

46.90.145    Parking meter space.

46.90.148    Parking meter zone.

46.04.382    Passenger car.

46.90.151    Passenger loading zone.

46.04.400    Pedestrian.

46.04.405    Person.

46.90.154    Planting strip.

46.04.410    Pneumatic.

46.04.414    Pole trailer.

46.04.391    Police officer.

46.90.157    Police or police officer.

46.90.160    Police chief.

46.90.163    Police department.

46.04.416    Private carrier bus.

46.04.420    Private road or driveway.

46.04.435    Public scale.

46.04.440    Railroad.

46.04.450    Railroad sign or signal.

46.90.166    Registered owner.

46.04.460    Registered owner.

46.04.470    Residence district.

46.04.480    Revoke.

46.04.490    Road tractor.

46.04.500    Roadway.

46.04.510    Safety zone.

46.04.521    School bus.

46.90.169    School bus zone.

46.52.145    Scrap metal processor.

46.04.530    Semitrailer.

46.90.172    Service parking.

46.04.540    Sidewalk.

46.04.550    Solid tire.

46.04.552    Special mobile equipment.

46.04.555    Stand or standing.

46.04.560    State highway.

46.04.565    Stop.

46.04.566    Stop or stopping.

46.90.175    Street.

46.04.570    Street car.

46.04.580    Suspend.

46.90.178    Taxicab.

46.90.184    Taxicab stand.

46.04.585    Temporarily sojourning.

46.90.184    Tow truck operator.

46.04.590    Traffic.

46.04.600    Traffic control signal.

46.04.611    Traffic control devices.

46.90.187    Traffic division.

46.04.620    Trailer.

46.04.630    Train.

46.04.640    Trolley vehicle.

46.04.650    Truck tractor.

46.04.660    Used vehicle.

46.90.190    U-turn.

46.04.670    Vehicle.

46.04.672    Vehicle or pedestrian right-of-way.

(Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.04.110 Way open to the public.

“Way open to the public” means any road, alley, lane, parking area or any place, private or otherwise, adopted to and fitted for travel, that is in common use by the public with the consent, express or implied, of the owner or owners, and further, any public playgrounds, school grounds, recreation grounds, parks, parkways, park drives, park paths and wharves, public grounds and rights-of-way open to the use of the public. (Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.04.120 Statutes adopted by reference.

The following state statutes are adopted by reference:

RCW

46.04.680    Director – Department.

46.04.690    Department.

46.04.695    Director.

46.04.700    Driver education.

(Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).