Chapter 10.34


10.34.010    Dragging loads prohibited.

10.34.020    Damaging street surface.

10.34.030    Loud noises.

10.34.040    High temperature.

10.34.050    Open flame.

10.34.060    Flammable labeling.

10.34.070    Statute adopted by reference.

10.34.010 Dragging loads prohibited.

No person shall drag or haul any timber or articles along or over any street in such a manner that a portion of the material shall rest upon or come into contact with the surface of such street; nor shall any person lock the wheel of any vehicle on any planked, paved or macadamized street by the method commonly known as “rough lock,” nor by any method whereby anything other than the rubber tread of such wheel shall come into contact with the surface of the street. (Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.34.020 Damaging street surface.

No person shall unload a vehicle in such a manner as to cause damage to the surface of the street. (Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.34.030 Loud noises.

No person shall load or transport any metals or metal vessels or materials as to cause loud noises to the disturbance of the peace. (Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.34.040 High temperature.

No person shall transport open vessels of any liquid the temperature of which is too high for the human touch. (Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.34.050 Open flame.

No person shall transport any burner or stove with open flame; provided, that this prohibition will not be construed to prevent normal street maintenance operations. (Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.34.060 Flammable labeling.

Every tank motor vehicle used for the transportation of any flammable liquid, regardless of the quantity being transported, or whether loaded or empty, shall be conspicuously and legibly marked on each side and the rear thereof, in letters at least three inches high on a background of sharply contrasting color, optionally, as follows:

A. With a sign or lettering on the motor vehicle, with the word “FLAMMABLE”; or

B. With the common name of the flammable liquid being transported; or

C. With the name of the carrier or his trademark, when and only when such name or mark plainly indicates the flammable nature of the cargo. (Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).

10.34.070 Statute adopted by reference.

The following state statute is adopted by reference:


46.48.170    State patrol jurisdiction over safety in transport of dangerous articles – Rules and regulations.

(Ord. 451 § 1, 1978).