Chapter 9.48
WEIGHT LIMITS

Sections:

9.48.010    Clubhouse Drive—Restrictions.

9.48.020    Clubhouse Drive—Signs posted.

9.48.025    East Cliff Drive—Restrictions.

9.48.026    East Cliff Drive—Signs posted.

9.48.030    Sumner Avenue—Restrictions.

9.48.040    Sumner Avenue—Signs posted.

9.48.050    Exemptions to street weight limits.

9.48.010 Clubhouse Drive—Restrictions.

Clubhouse Drive, from the intersection of Rio Del Mar Boulevard to Sumner Boulevard, is closed to commercial vehicles exceeding a gross weight of 14,000 pounds, pursuant to the authority of California Vehicle Code Section 35712. The alternate route for such vehicles is San Andreas Road, Seascape Boulevard and Sumner Boulevard. [Ord. 1759, 1972; prior code § 10.20.010].

9.48.020 Clubhouse Drive—Signs posted.

SCCC 9.48.010 shall not be effective until signs are posted indicating the closure of Clubhouse Drive. [Ord. 1759, 1972; prior code § 10.20.011].

9.48.025 East Cliff Drive—Restrictions.

East Cliff Drive, from the intersection of 30th Avenue to 41st Avenue, is closed to commercial vehicles exceeding a gross weight of 14,000 pounds, pursuant to the authority of California Vehicle Code Section 35712. [Ord. 4299 § 3, 1994].

9.48.026 East Cliff Drive—Signs posted.

SCCC 9.48.025 shall not be effective until signs are posted indicating the closure of East Cliff Drive. [Ord. 4299 § 4, 1994].

9.48.030 Sumner Avenue—Restrictions.

Sumner Avenue, between Rio Del Mar Boulevard and Clubhouse Drive, is closed to commercial vehicles exceeding a gross weight of 14,000 pounds, pursuant to the authority of California Vehicle Code Section 37512. The alternate route for such vehicles is San Andreas Road, Seascape Boulevard, and Sumner Boulevard east of Clubhouse Drive. [Ord. 1912, 1973; prior code § 10.20.020].

9.48.040 Sumner Avenue—Signs posted.

SCCC 9.48.030 shall not be effective until signs are posted indicating the closure of Sumner Avenue between Rio Del Mar Boulevard and Clubhouse Drive. [Ord. 1912, 1973; prior code § 10.20.021].

9.48.050 Exemptions to street weight limits.

SCCC 9.48.010, 9.48.025 and 9.48.030 shall not be effective with respect to:

(A)    Any vehicle which is subject to the provisions of Article 2 (commencing with Section 1031) of Chapter 5 of Part 1 of Division 1 of the Public Utilities Code;

(B)    Any highway, any portion of which is also under the jurisdiction of a city, unless the consent of the governing body of the city is first obtained;

(C)    Any commercial vehicle coming from an unrestricted highway having ingress and egress by direct route to and from the restricted highway, when necessary for the purpose of making pickups or deliveries of goods, wares and merchandise from or to any building or structure located on the restricted highway, or for the purpose of delivering materials to be used in the actual and bona fide repair, alteration, remodeling or construction of any building or structure upon the restricted highway for which a building permit has previously been obtained;

(D)    The operation of ambulances or hearses;

(E)    Any vehicle owned, operated, controlled or used by a public utility in connection with the construction, installation, operation, maintenance or repair of any public utility facilities;

(F)    Any State highway, until the proposed ordinances have been submitted by the Board of Supervisors of the County to and approved in writing by the Department of Transportation. In submitting a proposed ordinance to the Department for approval, the Board of Supervisors shall designate therein an alternate route for the use of the vehicles, which shall remain in effect. The approval of the proposed ordinance by the Department of Transportation shall constitute an approval by the Department of the alternate route so designated. No such ordinance which applies to any State highway included in the national system of interstate and defense highways shall subsequently be disapproved until such disapproval has been concurred in by a four-fifths vote of the California Transportation Commission;

(G)    Vehicles operated as an incident to any industrial, commercial or agricultural enterprise conducted within the boundaries of the unincorporated residential subdivision area. [Ord. 4299 § 5, 1994; Ord. 3620 § 39, 1985; Ord. 1912, 1973; Ord. 1759, 1972; prior code § 10.20.030].