Chapter 10.15
PARKING CERTAIN
VEHICLES PROHIBITED

Sections:

10.15.010    Definitions.

10.15.020    Prohibited parking.

10.15.030    Trucks, trailers, boats/campers, car units and other vehicles – Storage and parking.

10.15.040    Violation – Penalty.

10.15.010 Definitions.

For the purposes of this chapter, the following definitions apply:

(1) “Truck tractor” means any motor vehicle used or designed for use with a semi-trailer for carrying, conveying or moving over the highways any freight, property, article or thing, and having a combined weight of vehicle and maximum load to be carried thereon of more than 8,000 pounds.

(2) “Truck trailer” means every vehicle without motive power (except a tractor trailer) which:

(a) Has a combined weight of vehicle and maximum load to be carried thereon of more than 8,000 pounds; and

(b) Is designed for carrying property and for being drawn by a motor vehicle.

(3) “Motor truck” means every motor vehicle designed or used for carrying, conveying or moving over the highways of this state any freight, property, article or thing, and having a combined weight of vehicle and maximum load to be carried thereon of more than 8,000 pounds. (Ord. 145-90 § 1, 1990)

10.15.020 Prohibited parking.

In addition to the state motor vehicle laws prohibiting parking, no person shall park or stand:

(1) A vehicle upon a bridge, viaduct or other elevated structure used as a street or within a street tunnel, unless authorized;

(2) A vehicle in an alley for a period not in excess of 30 consecutive minutes, except for loading or unloading materials;

(3) A vehicle upon a street for the principal purpose of:

(a) Displaying the vehicle for sale;

(b) Repairing or servicing the vehicle, except repairs necessitated by an emergency;

(c) Displaying advertising from the vehicle; and

(d) Selling merchandise from the vehicle, except when authorized under the ordinances of the city;

(4) A vehicle upon a parkway or freeway, except as authorized; and

(5) A vehicle in such a manner that it damages or causes to be damaged any public improvement within the city of Hubbard, including streets, alleys, parking strips, rights-of-way or other public ways. The person shall be liable to the city of Hubbard for any damage caused thereby. (Ord. 145-90 § 2, 1990)

10.15.030 Trucks, trailers, boats/campers, car units and other vehicles – Storage and parking.

(1) It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation owning or having control of any truck tractor, truck trailer or motor truck to park the same upon any street, alley, parking strip, avenue or public way in any residential area of the city adjacent to any residence, church, school, hospital, multiple dwelling, park or playground in any area of the city. The provisions of this section shall not be deemed to prohibit the lawful parking of such equipment upon any street, avenue or public way in the city for the actual loading or unloading of goods, wares or merchandise; provided, however, that “loading” or “unloading” as used in this section shall be limited to the actual time consumed in such operation. In addition thereto, the provisions of this section shall not be deemed to prohibit minor repairs on any such vehicles described above, wherein total lapsed time in making such repairs does not exceed eight hours’ duration. The parking of any equipment under authority of this section shall in no event be within 20 feet of the intersection of property lines at any intersection, except alleys. Any vehicle mentioned in this section parked upon any street, avenue, parking strip or public way within the city in violation of this section may be towed and impounded. The registered owner or operator shall be liable for all expenses incurred.

(2) It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation owning or having control of any bus or vacation house trailer, camper, boat and/or boat trailer, motor home, tent trailer, utility trailer or any motorized or unmotorized vehicle to park upon any street or on any parking strip, avenue or public way within the city for longer than 72 hours. (Ord. 145-90 § 3, 1990)

10.15.040 Violation – Penalty.

(1) A violation of this chapter constitutes a Class III civil infraction;

(2) Each day that a violation of this chapter is committed or permitted to continue shall constitute a separate offense. (Ord. 145-90 § 4, 1990)