Existing commercial large vehicle parking requirements
- This is from Councilwoman Ginny Lambert. She points out to me that there is
an existing City ordinance regarding parking of commercially licensed
vehicles on City streets.
For what it is worth, I don't think that this applies very well in the
current discussion of large vehicles and RVs, except for the fact that the
commercially licensed vehicles are generally large.
>Subject: I pulled the code for you Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2005 13:47:13 EST
>This is a Police-generated document for parking in our city. It regards
>commercial-licensed vehicles parking on public streets. This is similar
>what exists in other cities like P.V., Bev. Hills, Santa Monica, the
>Peninsula, and many other cities in Southern California.
>I hope this helps, Brent. (Ginny)
>10.36.060 Parking of commercial vehicles, commercial trailers and publicly
>and privately owned buses.
>A. No person shall stop, stand or park a commercial vehicle, commercial
>trailer or a publicly or privately owned bus, on any street or alley for
>than one hour, except while necessarily loading or unloading property.
>B. Notwithstanding the foregoing, no person shall stop, stand or park a
>commercial vehicle, commercial trailer, or a publicly or privately owned
>on any street fronting properties zoned R-1, R-2, R-3 or R-4 in the city
>except while necessarily loading or unloading property.
>C. As used in this section, commercial vehicle is defined as a vehicle
>of a type required to be registered pursuant to California Vehicle Code
>Section 260(a) or maintained for the transportation of persons for hire,
>compensation, or profit or designed, used or maintained primarily for the
>transportation of property, except those commercial vehicles which are
>less than six feet
>in total width and/or recreational vehicles.
>(Ord. 1672 �� 1, 2, 1999.)