Chapter 8.16
PARKING REGULATIONS

Sections:

8.16.010    Trailers and watercraft.

8.16.020    Prohibited parking of certain vehicles during Apple Blossom Grand Parade.

8.16.030    Prohibited parking for sale, advertisement of vehicles.

8.16.010 Trailers and watercraft.

On all streets not otherwise regulated it is unlawful for any person to cause, allow, permit or suffer any motor vehicle, trailer, house trailer, boat trailer, horse trailer, or other small trailer used for personal use, or any watercraft, or any other object registered in his name or operated or controlled by him, to be parked upon any street for a longer continuous time than 24 hours within the city of Wenatchee. (Ord. 2366, 1979; Ord. 2243 § 2(F), 1976)

8.16.020 Prohibited parking of certain vehicles during Apple Blossom Grand Parade.

(1) During Apple Blossom Grand Parade weekend, specifically from 12:00 noon the Friday prior to the Apple Blossom Grand Parade until 12:00 noon on the Sunday following the Apple Blossom Grand Parade, it shall be unlawful to park any motor home, trailer, pickup truck with camper, or other vehicle that may be used as a temporary dwelling place or shelter on the streets and/or alleys located in the central business district or general commercial zone of the city of Wenatchee. These areas shall include but not be limited to those portions of Wenatchee Avenue, Mission Street, and Chelan Avenue that are north of Marr Street and south of Maiden Lane; that portion of Orondo Street east of Oregon Street; that portion of Miller Street north of Fifth Street; and Columbia Street from Second Street south to Benton Street.

(2) Violation of this chapter shall constitute a traffic infraction punishable by a monetary fine not to exceed the sum of $250.00. (Ord. 3047 §§ 1, 2, 1994)

8.16.030 Prohibited parking for sale, advertisement of vehicles.

It shall be unlawful to park or place any automobile, truck, recreational vehicle, trailer, boat, motorcycle, or any other type of vehicle or personal property advertising said property for sale on property owned and maintained by the city as a public parking lot.

A. Violation of this section shall constitute an infraction punishable by a monetary fine not to exceed the sum of $250.00.

B. In the event the owner of the vehicle or other property has not removed it from the city-owned parking lot within 24 hours after having received the notice of infraction, the city may remove the unlawful vehicle or property and charge the owner of said property all costs of removal and storage. (Ord. 3187 §§ 1, 2, 1996)