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Chapter 27 - Motor Vehicles and Traffic

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Chapter Contents:


Article I - In General


Article II - Model Traffic Ordinance


Article III - Operation of Vehicles

Division 1 - Generally

Division 2 - Driving While Intoxicated Or In Drugged Condition

Article IV - Equipment on Vehicles

Article V - Regulation Of Speed

Article VI - Stopping, Standing & Parking

Article VII - Restricted Parking In The Downtown Business District

Article VIII - Handicapped Parking

Article IX - Impoundment & Disposition of Motor Vehicles

Article X - Parades

Article XI - Fire Lanes




Article I - In General

Sec. 27-1. Clerk of traffic violations bureau designated; authority of clerk.

The judge of the municipal court may establish a traffic violations bureau and designate a person as violations clerk for such traffic violations bureau. Such traffic violations bureau shall be operated within the procedures as established by the rules of the Supreme Court of the State of Missouri for traffic violations bureaus.

The clerk of the traffic violations bureau shall serve as municipal court clerk.

The municipal court clerk shall have all the powers, rights, and duties vested in such office or applicable to such office as set forth in the Rules of Practice and Procedure in Municipal Courts and Traffic Courts as promulgated by the Supreme Court of the State of Missouri and the Ordinances of the City of Rolla, Missouri.

The clerk of the municipal court is authorized to issue warrants upon the filing of information by the prosecutor charging the commission of an offense of the Code of the City of Rolla, Missouri. (Ord. 1970, §1.)

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Sec. 27-2. One-way traffic designated on certain streets.

All motor vehicles, and all other vehicles, including bicycles, carts and wagons, driven, operated or propelled on, over and along certain designated streets in the city, shall be driven, operated or propelled in one direction only, as follows:

Fourth Street, between the intersection of Rolla Street and Pine Street in an easterly direction only.

Twelfth Street, between the intersection of Twelfth Street and Pine Street and the intersection of Twelfth Street and Rolla Street, in a westerly direction only.

Elm Street, from the intersection of Tenth Street to the intersection of Ninth Street, in a southerly direction only.

Elm Street, between the intersection of Elm Street and Twelfth Street and the intersection of Elm Street and Fourteenth Street, in a southerly direction only.

Park Street, between the intersection of Park Street and Sixth Street and the intersection of Park Street and Ninth Street, in a northerly direction only.

Pine Street, between the intersection of Pine Street and Sixth Street and the intersection of Pine Street and Twelfth Street, in a northerly direction only.

Rolla Street, between the intersection of Rolla Street and Sixth Street and the intersection of Rolla Street and Twelfth Street, in a southerly direction only.

State Street, between the intersection of State Street and Sixth Street and the intersection of State Street and Ninth Street, in a southerly direction only.

(Ord. 3902, §2)

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Sec. 27-3. Protective headgear for operators of and passengers on motorcycles.

Every person operating or riding as a passenger on any motorcycle upon any highway, street or alley of the city shall wear protective headgear at all times the vehicle is in motion.

The protective headgear required herein shall meet reasonable standards and specifications established by the director of revenue of the state.

The term "motorcycle" shall mean a motor vehicle operated on two wheels. (Ord. 1398, §§1 to 3)

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Sec. 27-4. Display of state vehicle license plates on motor vehicles.

It shall be unlawful for any person to operate a motor vehicle or trailer upon the public streets, avenues, boulevards, parkways, or alleys, or state highways in the city without having displayed the valid license plates or temporary permit issued by the director of motor vehicle department of the state, entirely unobscured, unobstructed, and all parts thereof plainly visible and kept reasonably clean, and so fastened as not to swing. In the event only one license plate is issued, such plate shall be displayed on the rear of the motor vehicle.

It shall be unlawful for any person to park upon a public street a motor vehicle which does not have attached thereto a valid state license plate which has been issued by the proper authority for use on such motor vehicle. (Ord. 2316, §1)

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Sec. 27-5. Right turn only at certain intersections.

Only right turns shall be made at the following intersections:

On Strobach Street at South Bishop west side. (Ord. 3317, §1)

On Elm Street at Seventh Street south side. (Ord. 3544, §1)

On Elm Street at Seventh Street north side. (Ord. 3544, §1)

(Ord. 4036, §1)

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Secs. 27-6 to 27-9. Reserved.

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Article II - Model Traffic Ordinance

Sec. 27-10. Adopted.

Chapter 300, consisting of Sections 300.010 through 300.600, Revised Statutes of Missouri, commonly known as the "Model Traffic Ordinance," is hereby adopted as and for the traffic ordinance of the city with like effect as if recited at length herein.

The following sections of such model traffic ordinance which are not so adopted and which are expressly deleted: Section 300.060, Section 300.205, Section 300.330, Section 300.347 and Section 300.445.

Section 300.010, subsection (39) of such model traffic ordinance, pertaining to a definition of "Vehicle," is hereby amended to read as follows:

(39)"Vehicle," every device in, upon or by which any person or property is or may be transported or drawn upon a highway, except devices used exclusively upon stationary rails or tracks.

(Ord. 1836, §1; Ord. 1859, §1)

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Sec. 27-11. City traffic engineer.

(a) The office of city traffic engineer is hereby established. The city engineer or other designated city officials shall serve as city traffic engineer in addition to his other functions and shall exercise the powers and duties with respect to traffic as provided in this Article.

(b) The city traffic engineer shall determine the installation and proper timing and maintenance of traffic control devices, conduct engineering analyses of traffic accidents and devise remedial measures, conduct engineering investigations of traffic conditions, plan the operation of traffic on the streets and highways of the city, cooperate with other city officials in the development of the ways and means to improve traffic conditions and carry out the additional powers and duties imposed by this Code or other ordinances of the city, except as hereinafter provided. (Ord. 1836, §2.)

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Sec. 27-12. Authority of state highway commission.

(a) The function of the city engineer with all the powers, duties and authority given under Sections 300.010 through 300.600, Revised Statutes of Missouri, shall vest in the state highway commission for all controlled access highways, either divided or undivided and other highways, streets or highways, or state highways as defined in Section 300.010, Revised Statutes of Missouri, hereinafter called "highway," which are presently in existence and maintained by the state highway commission and any such highway or highways which are in the future built, constructed or which the state highway commission assumes the responsibility to maintain the corporate limits or within any area annexed by the city.

(b) The state highway commission shall have exclusive authority to place and maintain traffic control signs, signals and devices on all highways maintained by the state highway commission as defined in subsection (a) of this Section. The state highway commission is given express authority to delegate to the district engineer any power or authority vested in the state highway commission by this Article. (Ord. 1836, §3.)

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Sec. 27-13. Speed limits generally.

(a) The state traffic laws regulating speed or vehicles shall be applicable upon all streets within the city; except, that the city may by ordinance declare and determine upon the basis of engineering and traffic investigation that certain speed regulations shall be applicable upon specific streets or in certain areas, in which event it shall be unlawful for any person to drive a vehicle at a speed in excess of any speed so declared when signs are in place giving notice thereof, but no city ordinance shall regulate the speed of vehicles upon divided limited access highways.

(b) The city will submit to the state highway commission for approval any ordinances, rules, regulations or resolutions pertaining to the regulation of speed where such ordinances, rules or regulations are applicable to subsection (a) of Section 27-12. (Ord. 1836, §4.)

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Sec. 27-14. Driving on sidewalk.

The driver of a vehicle, except bicycles as later provided for, shall not drive within any sidewalk area except on a permanent or temporary driveway. (Ord. 1836, §5.)

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Sec. 27-15. Bicycles; skate boards; roller blades; roller skates.

(a) Every person riding a bicycle upon a roadway shall be granted all the rights and shall be subject to all of the duties applicable to the driver of a vehicle by the laws of the state declaring rules of the road applicable to vehicles or by traffic ordinances of this city applicable to the driver of a vehicle, except as to special regulations in this Article and except as to those provisions of laws or ordinances which by their nature can have no application.

(b) No person shall operate a bicycle at a speed greater than is reasonable and prudent under the conditions then existing.

(c) No person shall ride a bicycle, a skate board, roller blades, roller skates, or other type of wheeled vehicle upon a sidewalk within a business district. (Ord. 3194, §1)

(d) Whenever a person is riding a bicycle upon a sidewalk, such person shall yield the right-of-way to any pedestrian and shall give audible signal before overtaking and passing such pedestrian. (Ord. 1836, §6.)

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Sec. 27-16. Parking as to obstruct traffic.

No person shall park any vehicle upon a street, other than an alley, in any manner or under such conditions as to leave available less than ten feet of width of the roadway for free movement of vehicular traffic; however, this Section shall not apply to any highway included in subsection (a) of Section 27-12. (Ord. 1836, §7.)

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Sec. 27-17. Parking on state-maintained highways.

No person shall park any vehicle in such a manner or under such conditions as to leave available less than twenty feet of width of roadway for free movement of vehicular traffic. (Ord. 1836, §8.)

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Sec. 27-18. Traffic violations bureau.

(a) The police court of the city shall establish a traffic violations bureau to assist the court with the clerical work of traffic cases. The bureau shall be in charge of such persons and shall be open at such hours as the police judge may designate.

(b) The police judge shall designate the specified offenses under this law or under the traffic ordinances of the city and the state traffic laws in accordance with Supreme Court Rule No. 37.50 in respect to which payments of fines may be accepted by the traffic violations bureau in satisfaction thereof, and shall specify suitable schedules the amount of such fines for first, second and subsequent offenses, provided such fines are within the limits declared by law or ordinance, and shall further specify what number of such offenses shall require appearance before the court. (Ord. 1836, §9.)

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Sec. 27-19. Penalties.

Every person convicted of a violation of any provision of this Article shall be punished under the provisions of Section 1-7. (Ord. 1836, §10.)

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Secs. 27-20 to 27-24. Reserved.

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Article III - Operation of Vehicles

Division 1 - Generally

Sec. 27-25. Vehicles to keep to the right except on one-way streets.

All vehicles, when in operation shall be kept as close to the right-hand side of the street as possible; provided, however, that all vehicles, when in operation on any street upon which traffic is restricted to one direction only, may be driven in either the right-hand or left-hand lane of such street.

An operator or driver meeting another vehicle coming from the opposite direction on the same street shall turn to the right of the center of the street so as to pass without interference. (Ord. 862, §2; Ord. 1580, §1)

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Sec. 27-26. Passing other vehicles going in same direction.

An operator or driver of a vehicle overtaking another vehicle going in the same direction and desiring to pass the same shall pass to the left of the vehicle so overtaken; provided that the way ahead is clear of approaching traffic and the vehicle being passed is not crossing an intersection. An operator or driver overtaking and desiring to pass a vehicle shall sound his signal device and the operator or driver of the vehicle so overtaken shall promptly, upon such signal, turn his vehicle as far as reasonably possible to the right in order to allow free passage on the left of his vehicle. Provided, however, that this Section shall not apply to the operation of any vehicle on any street upon which traffic is restricted to one direction only. (Ord. 862, §2; Ord. 1580, §1.)

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Sec. 27-27. Two-way left turn lanes.

Where a special lane for making left turns by drivers proceeding in opposite directions has been indicated by official traffic-control devices:

(a) A left turn shall not be made from any other lane.

(b) A vehicle shall not be driven in the lane except when preparing for or making a left turn from or into the roadway. (Ord. 2116, § 1.)

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Sec. 27-28. Right-of-way of vehicles entering intersections.3

At an intersection of two streets, where vehicles are not required by this Code or other ordinances to stop, an operator of a motor vehicle shall have the right of way over an operator or driver of another motor vehicle who is approaching from the left and shall give the right of way to an operator or driver of a motor vehicle approaching from the right. The right of way shall mean the right to proceed when two or more vehicles will reach such intersection at approximately the same time. (Ord. 862, § 2.)

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Sec. 27-29. Distance between moving vehicles.

All vehicles, when in operation on the public streets, shall be operated so as to remain a reasonably safe and prudent distance behind any other vehicle immediately in front thereof and proceeding in the same direction. (Ord. 862, §2; Ord. 1792, §1.)

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Sec. 27-30. Condition of vehicles generally.

No person shall drive or conduct any vehicle in such condition or so constructed or so loaded as to be likely to cause delay in traffic or accident or injury to man, beast or property. (Ord. 862, §5.)

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Sec. 27-31. Careless and imprudent driving.

Every person operating a motor vehicle upon the public streets and thoroughfares of the city shall drive the same in a careful and prudent manner, and shall exercise the highest degree of care in such a manner as not to endanger the property of another or the life and limb of any person. Any person failing to operate a motor vehicle in such a manner shall be deemed guilty of careless and imprudent driving. (Ord. 862, §23; Ord. 1665, §1.)

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Sec. 27-32. Operator's or chauffeur's license required of person operating a motor vehicle or motorcycle.

(a) No person shall operate or be in control of a motor vehicle within the City of Rolla without having first been issued a valid operator's or chauffeur's license as provided in Chapter 302 RSMo, and no person shall operate or be in control of a motorcycle within the city without first having been issued a valid operator's or chauffeur's license which shows that he has successfully passed an examination for the operation of a motorcycle as prescribed by Section 302.020 RSMo. (Ord. 2191, §1.)

(b) In accordance with Section 307.195 RSMo., it shall be unlawful for any person to operate a motorized bicycle, as defined in Sections 301.010 and 307.180 RSMo., on any highway or street in the City of Rolla without having first been issued a valid operator’s or chauffer’s license as provided in Chapter 302 RSMo. (Ord. 3876, §1)

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Sec. 27-33. Operation of motor vehicle by person with suspended or revoked operator's license - Prohibited.

It shall be unlawful for any person to operate a motor vehicle upon any city street or highway while their operator's license has been suspended or revoked by the Department of Revenue pursuant to chapter 302 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Missouri. (Ord. 2190, §1.)

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Sec. 27-34. Permitting an unlicensed person to operate a motor vehicle - Prohibited.

(a) No person shall authorize or knowingly permit a motorcycle or other two or three wheeled self-propelled vehicle owned by him or under his control to be driven upon a highway by any person whose operator's or chauffeur's license does not indicate that the person has passed the examination for the operation of a motorcycle or has been issued an instruction permit therefore.

(b) No person shall operate a motor vehicle with an instruction permit or chauffeur's or operator's license issued to another person.

(c) No person shall cause or knowingly permit his child or ward under the age of 16 years to drive a motor vehicle upon any highway when such minor is not authorized to legally operate a motor vehicle.

(d) No person shall authorize or knowingly permit a motor vehicle owned by him or under his control to be driven upon any highway by any person who is not authorized by law to operate a motor vehicle. (Ord. 2243, §§1 to 4.)

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Sec. 27-35. Passing to the right of other vehicles.

A driver or operator of a vehicle may overtake and pass to the right of another vehicle proceeding in the same direction only under the following conditions:

(a) When the vehicle overtaken is making or about to make a left turn.

(b) When the street upon which the vehicle is being operated is a street with unobstructed pavement of sufficient width for two or more lines of vehicles in each direction.

(c) When the street upon which the vehicle is being operated is a one-way street.

(d) The driver of a vehicle may overtake and pass another vehicle upon the right only under the foregoing conditions when such movement may be made in safety. (Ord. 1959, §1.)

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Sec. 27-36. Nonlicensed all terrain vehicles - Prohibited.

(a) It shall be unlawful for any person to operate upon the public streets or sidewalks in the City of Rolla, Missouri any non-licensed all terrain vehicle.

(b) For the purposes of this Ordinance, the terms "all terrain vehicle" means a motorized vehicle having three or four wheels with tires that are designed for off the road driving.

(c) For the purpose of this Ordinance, the term "nonlicensed all terrain vehicle" means a vehicle that is not subject to licensing and registration laws of the State of Missouri.

(d) The penalty for violation of this Ordinance is a fine not to exceed five hundred dollars or a jail sentence not to exceed three months or both a fine and jail sentence within said limits. (Ord. 2567, §§1-4.)

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Sec. 27-37. Proof of financial responsibility.

(a) No owner of a motor vehicle registered in this State, or required to be registered in this State, shall operate, register or maintain registration of a motor vehicle, or permit another person to operate such vehicle, unless the owner maintains the financial responsibility which conforms to the requirements of the laws of this State. Furthermore, no person shall operate a motor vehicle owned by another with the knowledge that the owner has not maintained financial responsibility unless such person has financial responsibility which covers the person's operation of the other's vehicle; however, no owner shall be in violation of this subsection if he or she fails to maintain financial responsibility on a motor vehicle which is inoperable or being stored and not in operation.

(b) A motor vehicle owner shall maintain the owner's financial responsibility in a manner provided for in Section RSMo 303.160, or with a motor vehicle liability policy conforming to the requirements of the laws of this State. (Ord. 3584, §1)

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Secs. 27-38 to 27-40. Reserved.

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Division 2 - Driving While Intoxicated Or In Drugged Condition

Sec. 27-41. Driving while intoxicated, drugged.

A person commits the offense of driving while intoxicated if he operates a motor vehicle while in an intoxicated or drugged condition. (Ord. 2354, §2.)

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Sec. 27-42. Excessive blood alcohol content.

A person commits the offense of driving with excessive blood alcohol content if he operates a motor vehicle with eight-hundredths of one percent (.08%) or more by weight of alcohol in his blood. (Ord. 2354, §2; Ord. 3488, §2)

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Sec. 27-43. Definition.

As used in this Ordinance, the terms drive or operate means physically driving or operating or being in the actual physical control of a motor vehicle. (Ord. 2354, §2.)

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Sec. 27-44. Percent by weight of alcohol, defined.

As used herein, the term percent by weight of alcohol shall have the same meaning as provided by state law, in RSMo, Section 577.012. (Ord. 2354, §2.)

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Sec. 27-45. Implied consent.

Any person who operates a motor vehicle shall be deemed to have given consent to a chemical test or tests of his breath, blood, saliva or urine for the purpose of determining the alcohol or drug content of his blood. Such tests shall be performed according to the provisions of state law, in RSMo, Section 577.020 through 577.041. (Ord. 2354, §2.)

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Sec. 27-46. Procedure on arrest.

Any arrest for driving while intoxicated shall be handled as any other arrest for an offense of the same severity, except as follows:

(a) As soon as practicable following such arrest, the police department shall obtain the driving record of the persons arrested.

(b) Any person who has a driving record that indicates a prior conviction for driving while intoxicated or driving with excessive blood alcohol content within ten (10) years of the date of the present alleged offense shall be subject to prosecution for said alleged offense in the Circuit Court of Phelps County, Missouri, at the option of the State Prosecuting Attorney. When such a driving record is determined, the City Attorney shall inform the State Prosecuting Attorney of said driving record and the pending offense and the State Prosecuting Attorney, within five (5) days after the receipt of such information, shall inform the City Attorney whether or not the Municipal charge be dismissed and state charges filed. Failure on the part of the State Prosecuting Attorney to make such determination within the aforesaid period, shall be deemed a waiver on behalf of the State of Missouri to prosecute such persons for driving while intoxicated charge in the State Court.

(c) No person, regardless of his prior conviction record shall be prosecuted through the Municipal Court where it appears possible that a charge of vehicular manslaughter (RSMo, §577.005) or vehicle injury (RSMo, §577.008) might be sustained, until after the State Prosecuting Attorney shall have had the opportunity to review the case and to consider filing appropriate charges. (Ord. 2354, §2.)

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Sec. 27-47. Procedure in the Municipal Court.

No person charged with driving while intoxicated (Section 27-41) or driving with blood alcohol content (Section 27-42) shall have his case heard in Municipal Court except in accordance with the following procedure:

(a) The defendant should either be represented by an attorney, or should voluntarily waive his right to such representation by execution of a written waiver. If the defendant chooses to do neither (or if because he is an indigent is unable to employ an attorney), the prosecution of the case may be suspended and the case referred to the state prosecuting official.

(b) Neither the Municipal Judge nor any other municipal official shall have the power to revoke any operator's or chauffeur's license. (Ord. 2354, §2.)

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Sec. 27-48. Reports to highway patrol.

Effective July 1, 1983, a record of the final disposition in any court proceeding involving a violation of Section 27-41 or Section 27-42 shall be forwarded to the Missouri State Highway Patrol within fifteen (15) days by the Clerk of the Court. (Ord. 2354, §2.)

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Sec. 27-49. Penalty.

(a) Any person convicted of driving while intoxicated shall be fined not less than $100.00 nor more than $500.00, confinement in the county jail for not more than ninety days, or both such fine and confinement.

(b) Any person convicted of driving with blood alcohol content shall be fined not less than $100.00 nor more than $500.00, confined in the county jail for not more than ninety (90) days, or both such fine and confinement.

(c) Upon a plea of guilty or a finding of guilty for an offense of driving while intoxicated or driving with blood alcohol content, the court may (as a condition for suspending any permissible portion of any sentence or in addition to imposition of any penalties provided by law) order the convicted person to participate in and successfully complete an alcohol or drug related traffic offender education or rehabilitation program as described in RSMo. §577.049. Such a program may be used as a condition for suspending any permissible portion of any sentence only one time. (Ord. 2354, §2.)

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Sec. 27-50. Judgment for Missouri's Crime Victim's Compensation Fund.

(Ord. 2433, §1) (Repealed by Ord. 3487, §1)

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Sec. 27-51. Reimbursement of costs of arrest, when-limitations.

Upon a plea of guilty or finding of guilty for a violation of Section 27-41 or 27-42, the court may, in addition to imposition of any penalties provided by law, order the convicted person to reimburse the state or local law enforcement agency which made the arrest for the costs associated with such arrest.  Such costs shall include the reasonable cost of making the arrest, including the cost of any chemical test made under this chapter to determine the alcohol or drug content of the person’s blood, and the costs of processing, charging, booking and holding such person in custody.  (Ord. 2861, §1; Ord. 3600, §2)

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Sec. 27-52. Reserved.

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Sec. 27-53. Expungement of records, alcohol related convictions.

After a period of not less than ten years, an individual who has pleaded guilty or has been convicted for a first alcohol-related driving offense which is in violation of this Code and which is not a conviction for driving a commercial motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and who since such date has not been convicted of any other alcohol-related driving offense may apply to the court in which they pled guilty or was sentenced for an order to expunge from all official records all recordation of their arrest, plea, trial or conviction. If the court determines, after hearing, that such person has not been convicted of any alcohol-related driving offense in the ten years prior to the date of the application for expungement, and has no other alcohol-related enforcement contacts as defined in Section 302.525, RSMo, during that ten-year period, the court shall enter an order of expungement. The effect of such order shall be to restore such person to the status they occupied prior to such arrest, plea or conviction and as if such event had never taken place. No person as to whom such order has been entered shall be held thereafter under any provision of any law to be guilty of perjury or otherwise giving a false statement by reason of their failure to recite or acknowledge such arrest, plea, trial, conviction or expungement in response to any inquiry made of them for any purpose whatsoever and no such inquiry shall be made for information relating to an expungement under this section. A person shall only be entitled to one expungement pursuant to this section. Nothing contained in this section shall prevent the Missouri Director of Revenue from maintaining such records as to ensure that an individual receives only one expungement pursuant to this section for the purpose of informing the proper authorities of the contents of any record maintained pursuant to this section. (Ord. 2981, §1)

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Sec. 27-54. Reserved.

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Article IV - Equipment On Vehicles

Sec. 27-55. Lighting of vehicles generally.

Every motor vehicle shall, while traveling on the public streets and thoroughfares of the city, be equipped with such lights as may be required by state law. Such lights shall be capable of performing as required by law and shall be used accordingly. (Ord. 862, §10.)

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Sec. 27-56. Mufflers required on all vehicles.

Every motor vehicle, when used or driven on the streets, alleys or thoroughfares in the city, shall be equipped with a muffler, properly constructed and connected and attached to the motor, through which the exhaust from the motor of such motor vehicle is ejected, so as to deaden the sound of such exhaust. (Ord. 862, §11.)

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Sec. 27-57. Vehicles to be equipped with horns.

Every motor vehicle shall be equipped with a horn, in good working order, capable of emitting a sound adequate in quantity and volume to give warning to the approach of such vehicle to other users on the street and to pedestrians. Such signaling devices shall be used for warning purposes only and shall not be used for making any unnecessary noise and no other sound producing signaling device shall be used at any time. (Ord. 862, §17.)

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Sec. 27-58. Vehicles to be equipped with adequate brakes.

All motor vehicles, except motorcycles, shall be provided at all times with two sets of adequate brakes, kept in good working order and motorcycles shall be provided with one set of adequate brakes, kept in good working order. (Ord. 862, §18.)

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Sec. 27-59. Mud flaps on trucks.

It is unlawful for any person to operate upon the public streets of the City of Rolla, Missouri a truck or truck-tractor trailer, without rear fenders, which is not equipped with mud flaps for the rear wheels. If mud flaps are used, they shall be wide enough to cover the full tread width of the tire or tires being protected; they shall be so installed that they extend from the underside of the vehicle body in a vertical plane behind the rear wheels to within eight inches of the ground, and shall be constructed of a rigid material or a flexible material which is of a sufficiently rigid character to provide adequate protection when the vehicle is in motion. No provision of this Section shall apply to a motor vehicle in transit and in process of delivery equipped with temporary mud flaps. (Ord. 2000, §1.)

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Sec. 27-60. Securing of loads on motor vehicles.

All motor vehicles, and every trailer and semi-trailer operating upon the public streets of the City of Rolla, Missouri and carrying goods or material or farm products which may be reasonably expected to become dislodged and fall from the vehicle, trailer or semi-trailer as a result of wind pressure or air pressure and/or by the movement of the vehicle, trailer or semi-trailer shall have a protective cover or be sufficiently secured so that no portion of such goods or material can become dislodged and fall from the vehicle, trailer or semi-trailer while being transported or carried. (Ord. 2001, §1.)

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Sec. 27-61. Child restraints required for children under age four.

(a) It shall be unlawful for any person who is a resident of the State of Missouri to transport a child under the age of four years within the City of Rolla, Missouri, without having said child in a restraint system as set forth in Section (b) hereof.

(b) When any child under the age of four (4) years is transported in the front seat of a motor vehicle said child shall be restrained with a child passenger restraint system approved by the Missouri Department of Public Safety.

When any child under the age of four (4) years is transported in any seat other than the front seat of a motor vehicle, said child shall be restrained either by a child passenger restraint system approved by the Missouri Department of Public Safety or by the vehicle's seat belt.

(c) This Ordinance shall not apply to motor vehicles registered in another state or to a temporary substitute vehicle. The term temporary substitute vehicle as used herein shall mean any vehicle operated in the City of Rolla, Missouri, with temporary license plates issued by the State of Missouri.

(d) This Ordinance shall not apply to any public carrier for hire.

(e) Any person who violates this Ordinance may be punished by a fine of not more than twenty-five and no/100 ($25.00) dollars and court costs. (Ord. 2422, §§1-5)

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Sec. 27-62. Seat belts required for passenger cars.

(a) As used in the Ordinance, the term "passenger car" means every motor vehicle designed for carrying ten persons or less and used for the transportation of persons; except that, the term "passenger car" shall not include motorcycles, motorized bicycles, motor tricycles and trucks with a licensed gross weight of 12,000 pounds or more.

(b) Each driver, except persons employed by the United States Postal Service while performing duties for that federal agency which require the operator to service postal boxes from their vehicles, or which require frequent entry into and exit from their vehicles, and front seat passenger of a passenger car manufactured after January 1, 1968, operated on a street or highway in the City of Rolla, Missouri, and persons less than eighteen years of age operating or riding in a truck, as defined in Section 301.010, RSMo, on a street or highway in the City of Rolla, shall wear a properly adjusted and fastened safety belt that meets federal National Highway, Transportation and Safety Act requirements; except that a child less than four years of age shall be protected as required in Section 210.104 RSMo. (Each driver of a motor vehicle transporting a child four years of age or more, but less than sixteen years of age, in the front seat of the motor vehicle shall secure the child in a properly adjusted and fastened safety belt.) No person shall be stopped, inspected, or detained solely to determine compliance with the subsection. The provisions of this Section shall not be applicable to persons who have a medical reason for failing to have a seat belt fastened about his or her body, nor shall the provisions of this section be applicable to persons while operating or riding a motor vehicle being used in agricultural work-related activities. Noncompliance with this subsection shall not constitute probable cause for violation of any other provision of law.

(c) Each driver of a motor vehicle transporting a child four years of age or more, but less than sixteen years of age, shall secure the child in a properly adjusted and fastened safety belt.

(d) Each person violating the provisions of this Section and who is found guilty thereof shall be subject to a fine not to exceed ten dollars. All other provisions of law and court rules to the contrary notwithstanding, as stated in Section 307.178 RSMo, no court costs may be imposed if court costs have been assessed on any other charge arising out of the same occurrence. (Ord. 2559, §§1-3; Ord. 3223, §1)

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Sec. 27-63. Tinting of windows and windshields in automobiles.

(a) Any person may operate a motor vehicle with front sidewing vents or windows located immediately to the left and right of the driver that have a sun screening device, in conjunction with safety glazing material, that has a light transmission of thirty-five percent or more plus or minus three percent and a luminous reflectance of thirty-five percent or less plus or minus three percent. Except as provided in subsection (c) of this section, any sun screening device applied to front sidewing vents or windows located immediately to the left and right of the driver in excess of the requirements of this section shall be prohibited without a permit pursuant to a physician's prescription as described below. Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, all sun screening devices applied to the windshield of a motor vehicle are prohibited.

(b) This section shall not prohibit labels, stickers, decalcomania, or informational signs on motor vehicles or the application of tinted or solar screening material to recreational vehicles as defined in section 700.010, Revised Statutes of Missouri, provided that such material does not interfere with the driver's normal view of the road. This section shall not prohibit factory-installed tinted glass, the equivalent replacement thereof or tinting material applied to the upper portion of the motor vehicle's windshield which is normally tinted by the manufacturer of motor vehicle safety glass.

(c) This section shall not apply to vehicles licensed with a historical license plate nor those vehicles operated under permit issued by the Missouri Department of Public Safety for the use of sunscreening devices which otherwise would conflict herewith.

(d) Any person who violates the provision of this section shall be subject to punishment as provided in Section 1-7 of the Rolla City Code. (Ord. 3616, §§1-4)

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Sec. 27-64.  Prohibiting the Operation of any Vehicle Which Results in Excessive Loud, Unusual or Explosive Noise.

It shall be unlawful for the driver of any vehicle to use or operate or cause to be used or operated within the City of Rolla, Missouri any mechanical exhaust device designed to aid in the braking or deceleration of any vehicle which results in the excessive, loud, unusual or explosive noise from such vehicle.

Any person convicted of a violation of this ordinance shall be punished for a first conviction thereof by a fine of not more than one hundred dollars ($100.00) or by imprisonment for a period not exceeding ten (10) days, or by both such fine and imprisonment; for a second such conviction within one (1) year after the first conviction, such person shall be punished by a fine of not more than two hundred dollars ($200.00) or by imprisonment for a period not exceeding twenty (20) days or both such fine and imprisonment; upon the third and subsequent conviction within one (1) year after the first conviction, such person shall be punished by a fine or not more than five hundred dollars ($500.00) or by imprisonment for not more than six (6) months or both such fine and imprisonment.

That this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and approval.

(Ord. 4046)

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Secs. 27-65 to 26-65. Reserved.

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Article V - Regulation of Speed

Sec. 27-66. Maximum limits established generally.

No vehicle shall be moved or propelled along, over or upon any street at a greater rate of speed than is reasonable, having regard to the traffic and use of such street or so as to endanger the life or limb of any person or the safety of any property, and shall in any event, while upon any such street, not be moved or propelled at a greater rate of speed than twenty-five miles per hour, except on the following streets or portions of streets and the speed limit shall not be greater than provided by the following: (Ord. 3903, §2)

Tenth Street. Between Fairgrounds Road and Bishop Avenue (U.S. 63), thirty miles per hour; between Elm Street and Olive Street, thirty miles per hour; between Olive Street and Iowa Street, twenty miles per hour; between Iowa Street and Holloway Street, thirty miles per hour; between Holloway Street and Forum Drive, thirty five miles per hour.

Twelfth Street. Between Pine Street and Rolla Street, twenty miles per hour.

Eighteenth Street. Between a point approximately 140 feet east of Farrar Drive and Forum Drive, thirty miles per hour.

Bardsley Road. Between Twelfth and Eighteenth Streets, thirty miles per hour.

Bridge School Road. On Bridge School Road from Kingshighway to 2,500' south of Kingshighway, thirty miles per hour; from 2,500’ south of Kingshighway to west city limits, thirty-five miles per hour.

Fairgrounds Road. Between Kingshighway (U.S. Business Route 66) and Tenth street, thirty miles per hour.

Forum Drive. Between Soest Road and Old St. James Road, thirty miles per hour.

Highway CC. (Lions Club Drive West) from US Highway 63 (Bishop Avenue) to west city limits, 45 miles per hour.

Highway 72. Between intersection with U.S. Highway 63 and a point located approximately1,250 feet east of Route O, a.k.a. Lecoma Road, thirty-five miles per hour; between such point located approximately 1,250 feet east of Route O, a.k.a. Lecoma Road and the south right of way line of Lions Club Drive,, 45 miles per hour; between the south right of way line of Lions Club Drive to southeast city limits, fifty five miles per hour.

Holmes Lane. Between Soest Road and Salem Avenue, twenty miles per hour.

Interstate I-44. Within city limits, seventy miles per hour except between a point at the 183.1 mile to a point at the 186.9 mile when the speed limit is 60 miles per hour.

Kingshighway (U.S. Business Route 66). Between intersection with Bishop Avenue (U.S. 63) and intersection with Sixth Street, 25 miles per hour. Between intersection with Bishop Avenue (U.S. 63) and Old Wire Outer Road, thirty-five miles per hour.

Lovers Lane. Between Soest Road and Tenth Street, thirty miles per hour.

McCutchen Drive. Between Tenth Street and Old St. James Road, thirty miles per hour.

Martin Springs Drive (South Outer Road of I-44). From Kingshighway to a point approximately 150 feet southwest of Blue’s Lake Parkway, thirty-five miles per hour; from a point approximately 150 feet southwest of Blue’s Lake Parkway to west city limits, 45 miles per hour.

Old St. James Road. Between Eighteenth Street and McCutchen Drive, thirty miles per hour; between McCutchen Drive and east city limits, thirty-five miles per hour.

Old Wire Outer Road. Between Kingshighway and Sally Road, thirty-five miles per hour; between Sally Road and west city limits, 55 miles per hour.

Pine Street. Between Sixth Street and Twelfth Street, twenty miles per hour; between Twelfth Street and Bishop Avenue (U.S. 63), twenty-five miles per hour.

Pine Tree Road. Between Soest Road and Richard Drive, thirty miles per hour; between Richard Drive and Highway 72, thirty-five miles per hour.

Rolla Street. Between Twelfth Street and Sixth Street, twenty miles per hour.

Route BB (Tenth Street). Between Forum Drive and Independence Road, thirty-five miles per hour; between Independence Road and east city limits, forty miles per hour.

Route E (Nagogami Road). Between Bishop Avenue (U.S. 63) and west city limits, thirty-five miles per hour.

Route "O" (Lecoma Road). From the south side of Sycamore Drive, north to the intersection of State Highway 72, thirty-five miles per hour. From the south side of Sycamore Drive, south to city limits, forty-five miles per hour.

Route V. Between Interstate 44 and the west city limits, forty miles per hour.

Salem Avenue. Between Fifth Street and Highway 72, thirty miles per hour.

Soest Road. Between Salem Avenue and east city limits thirty miles per hour.

Stoltz Road. From BB Highway to the city limits line, thirty miles per hour.

U.S. Highway 63 (Bishop Avenue). Between north city limits and a point located 0.15 miles north of Interstate 44, forty-five miles per hour; between such point located 0.15 miles north of Interstate 44 to Tucker Lane, thirty five miles per hour; and between Tucker Lane and south city limits, forty-five miles per hour.

Vichy Road. Between Bishop Avenue (U.S. 63) and north city limits, thirty miles per hour.

White Columns Drive. Between Route E and north city limits, thirty miles per hour.

Winchester Drive. From the intersection of Winchester Drive and Rolla Street to the intersection of Chestnut Drive and Winchester Drive to thirty miles per hour. (Ord. 3903, §2)

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Sec. 27-67. Maximum limits established on certain streets during school periods.

Tenth Street, from a point 180 feet west of the intersection of Tenth Street and Cedar Street easterly to the intersection of Tenth Street and Iowa Street, twenty miles per hour when signal is flashing.

Eleventh Street, from the intersection of Poole Avenue to the intersection of Spring Avenue, twenty miles per hour 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., school days only. (Ord. 4312)

Eighteenth Street, from a point 400 feet west of the intersection of Eighteenth Street and Spencer Street to a point 805 feet east of the intersection of Eighteenth Street and Spencer Street, twenty miles per hour, when signal is flashing.

Forum Drive, from a point 500 feet north of the intersection of Forum Drive and Soest Road south to the intersection of Forum Drive and Soest Road, twenty miles per hour when signal is flashing.

Lanning Lane, from a point 500 feet east of the intersection of US Highway 63 and Lanning Lane to a point 1500 feet east of the intersection of US Highway 63 and Lanning Lane, twenty miles per hour, when signal is flashing.

Pine Tree Road, from a point 990 feet south of the intersection of Pine Tree Road and Soest Road to the intersection of Pine Tree Road and Soest Road, twenty miles per hour when flashing.

Salem Avenue, from a point 400 feet west of Holmes Lane southeasterly to Elliott Drive, twenty miles per hour, when signal is flashing. 

St. Patrick’s Lane, from Vichy Road to Bishop Avenue, during school hours.  (Ord. 3903, §4)

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Sec. 27-68. Speed in trailer parks.

No vehicle shall be moved or propelled at a speed greater than fifteen miles per hour over or upon any city maintained street situated within the boundaries of any established trailer park within the city. (Ord. 3903, §6)

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Sec. 27-69. Speed in Rolla Cemetery.

No vehicle shall be moved or propelled at a speed greater than ten miles per hour along, over or upon any street situated within the boundaries of Rolla Cemetery. (Ord. 3286, §1)

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Sec. 27-70. Operation of motor vehicles in The Centre and SplashZone parking lots.

Operators of motor vehicles using the parking lots furnished for The Centre and SpashZone must adhere to the following rules:

(a) No motor vehicle shall be moved or propelled at a speed greater than fifteen miles per hour along, over or upon any access drive to or from the parking lots.

(b) All motor vehicles, and all other vehicles, including bicycles, carts and wagons, driven, operated or propelled on, over and along the access drive to The Centre, shall be driven, operated or propelled in one direction only, counter clockwise beginning at the first "Y" in the drive as approaching east from Holloway Street until the same "Y" as exiting west from the parking lot towards Holloway Street.

(c) It shall be unlawful for any motor vehicles to park or remain standing in the drop off drive directly in front of The Centre longer than is necessary to load or unload passengers or cargo.

(d) The driver of a motor vehicle shall cause his vehicle to come to a full and complete stop before exiting The Centre and SplashZone parking lots on to Holloway Street, and he shall then proceed cautiously, yielding the right of way to any pedestrian within any crosswalk adjacent to the intersection and to any vehicle either in the intersection or approaching so closely thereto, when not required to stop, as to constitute an immediate hazard. (Ord. 3520, §1)

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Secs. 27-71 to 27-73. Reserved.

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Article VI - Stopping, Standing & Parking

Sec. 27-74. Leaving vehicles unattended.

No vehicle shall be left standing in any street with the machinery in motion, unless some person be left in charge of such automobile. (Ord. 862, §8.)

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Sec. 27-75. Registered owner of a motor vehicle responsible for parking violations in the absence of the driver of the motor vehicle.

(a) The operation or use of a motor vehicle in violation of the provisions of §27?74 through §27?130, except §27?76, 77, 82, 89, 90 and 91, shall be prima facie evidence that said motor vehicle was at the time of such violation controlled, operated and used by the owner thereof.

(b) If any vehicle is found upon a street in violation of the sections to which this section applies, the owner or person in whose name such vehicle is registered in the records of any city, county or state shall be held prima facie responsible for such violation, if the driver thereof is not present. (Ord. 3388, §1)

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Sec. 27-76. Restriction on stopping of school bus to take on or discharge passengers.

No driver of a school bus shall take on or discharge passengers while the vehicle is upon the public streets or thoroughfares of the city, unless the vehicle so stopped is plainly visible for at least two hundred feet in each direction to drivers of other vehicles upon the public streets and thoroughfares of the city and then only for such time as is actually necessary to take on and discharge passengers. (Ord. 1206, §4.)

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Sec. 27-77. Vehicles to stop upon meeting or overtaking school bus stopped to receive or discharge school children.

The driver of a vehicle upon any public street or thoroughfare of the city, upon meeting or overtaking from either direction any school bus which has stopped on the public streets or thoroughfares for the purpose of receiving or discharging any school children and whose driver has in the manner prescribed by law given the signal to stop, shall stop the vehicle before reaching such school bus and shall not proceed until such school bus resumes motion, or until signaled by its driver to proceed. (Ord. 1206, §3.)

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Sec. 27-78. Vehicles to be parked on right side of street; exception.

All vehicles, not in motion, shall be parked with their right sides parallel to the curb and as near the right-hand side of the street as practicable, except on streets where vehicles are obliged to move in one direction only and on streets where angle parking is permitted; provided, that this Section shall not apply to motor vehicles designed for and being used for the loading or unloading of goods and merchandise during the periods from 9:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. and from 2:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. on Pine Street between Sixth Street and Twelfth Street. (Ord. 862, §2; Ord. 1426, §1; Ord. 1453, §1.)

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Sec. 27-79. Overtime parking - Summons to show date and time issued.

Any police officer of the city, issuing a summons for the offense of overtime parking of motor vehicles in the city, shall write upon the summons the date and time when such summons is issued. (Ord. 1157, §1.)

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Sec. 27-80. Penalty for parking ordinance violation.

A violation of any ordinance of the city which regulates or prohibits parking, other than an ordinance which contains a specific penalty provision, shall be punished by a fine of not less than ten dollars and not more than fifty dollars. As part of its general authority to establish a traffic violations bureau, the court shall have authority to establish specific fine amounts for frequent parking violations. No court costs shall be assessed if the full amount of the fine pursuant to such schedule is paid within thirty days of the violation. If the full fine is not paid within such period, then court costs shall be assessed as in other ordinance violation cases. (Ord. 1157, §2; Ord. 2560, §1; Ord. 2894, §2; Ord. 3163, §1; Ord. 3901, §1)

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Sec. 27-81. (Ord. 1157, §3; Ord. 2560, §2; Ord. 2904, §1); (Repealed by Ord. 3163, §2.)

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Sec. 27-82. Stopping at railroad crossings.

The driver or operator of any motor vehicle shall cause his vehicle to come to a full and complete stop when a train is approaching and the signals are active. (Ord. 1129, §1; Ord. 2628, §1; Ord. 3538, §1)

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Sec. 27-83. Parking, etc., between property line and curb.

It shall be unlawful for any person to stop, stand or park a motor vehicle on that part of any public street lying between the property lot lines and the curb. (Ord. 900, §1.)

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Sec. 27-84. Parking trucks, trailers, etc., on streets; removal of vehicles parked in violation of Section; towing or storage fee.

(a) It shall be unlawful for any person to park any motor vehicle, to which is attached and upon which there is displayed a dealer's license plate, upon the public streets within the city for a longer period of time than eight hours in any twenty-four hour period; provided, that this subsection shall apply to motor vehicles parked in front of the owner's real property or place of abode or in front of the driver's real property or place of abode, if the driver be regularly employed by the owner of such vehicle. It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any motor vehicle registered in his name, and to which is attached a dealer's license plate, to be unlawfully parked as provided in this subsection; provided, that this subsection shall not apply to motor vehicles parked in front of the owner's real property or place of abode or in front of the driver's real property or place of abode, if the driver be regularly employed by the owner of such vehicle.

(b) Police officers are hereby authorized to have removed from any street or highway to a service station, garage or other place of safety any motor vehicle, truck, tractor-driven trailer, trailer not connected with a truck, house trailer, bus, equipment, tools, machinery or vehicles used in excavation or construction of any kind which are parked or left unattended in violation of this Section. A report showing the location of the stored vehicle, trailer or equipment shall be filed by the police officer who authorized its removal with the chief of police, who shall notify the owner of the location of the vehicle, trailer or equipment.

(c) The owner of any vehicle, trailer, or equipment removed from any street or highway under the provision of subsection (b) of this Section, or the holder of a security interest in the vehicle, trailer or equipment, which interest is in default, may reclaim it from the service station or garage upon proof of ownership, or valid security interest which is in default, and full payment of all charges for the towing and storage of the vehicle.

(d) No service station or garage towing and storing a motor vehicle, trailer or equipment under the provision of subsections (b) and (c) of this Section shall charge a fee in excess of ten dollars for towing the vehicle and one dollar per day for each day the vehicle, trailer or equipment shall be stored. (Ord. 850A, §1; Ord. 1492, §1; Ord. 2774, §1.)

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Sec. 27-85. Parking and/or storage of oversized trucks, trailers, or other vehicles on city streets.

(a) Parking trucks, tractors, commercial trailers, buses, car haulers, box trailers or stock trailers on city streets. Parking of these type trailers, either attached or unattached, is prohibited on any street within the City of Rolla, Missouri, provided, however, that this prohibition shall not apply to trailers in the act of loading or unloading from such trailers. No person shall park a truck, tractor, or trailer having a licensed capacity of more than 18,000 pounds or any bus on any street within the City of Rolla, Missouri, except for the purpose of loading and unloading such vehicle; however, that this prohibition shall not apply to those vehicles commonly known as pickup trucks licensed for 18,000 pounds or more which are parked without full cargo or construction vehicles engaged in the current act of construction or motor homes which are able to be parked on private property or church owned buses which are able to be parked on private property.

(b) Obstructing traffic signals and signs. No person shall park a truck, tractor, trailer or other vehicle, including recreational vehicles, on any street (residential or otherwise) within the City of Rolla, Missouri, in such a location and in such a manner as to obstruct the visibility of any traffic control or of any other vehicular traffic.

(c) Repairing or reconditioning. No person shall use any street within the City of Rolla, Missouri, for the purpose of repairing or reconditioning any truck, trailer, or any common carrier or any part thereof, except when such repairs shall be necessary by an emergency.

(d) Parking boats, trailers or recreational vehicles. No unattached boat, trailer or recreational vehicle shall be parked on any street in the City of Rolla, Missouri, however, that this prohibition shall not apply to those vehicles commonly known as recreational vehicles (RV's or motor homes) which are in use by someone other than the owner of the property directly abutting the street where such vehicle is parked. This provision is for visitors using their RV's for lodging while visiting. Although this provision is for no more than 72 consecutive hours except where permitted.

(e) Violations and penalties. Any violation of this Section shall be punished pursuant to the general penalty provisions of Section 1-7 of the Code of the City of Rolla, Missouri, and Section 27-80, 27-81 and any other ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict therewith are hereby repealed. (Ord. 2251, §§2, 3; Ord. 2263, §§2, 3; Ord. 2294, §1; Ord. 3636, §1)

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Sec. 27-86. Parking of vehicles transporting flammable liquids, gases, corrosives or explosives; loading or unloading; penalties.

(a) Definitions. The following definitions shall apply to the sections of this Ordinance:

Combustible liquid - A liquid having a flash point at or above 100o F (37.8o C).

Corrosive material and substance - Slow oxidation by chemical reaction of a corrosive material.

Flammable gas - Any ignitable gas or vapor.

Flammable liquid - A liquid having a flash point below 100o F (37.8o C) and having a vapor pressure not exceeding 50 pounds per square inch (absolute) at 100o F (37.8o C) and shall be known as Class I liquid.

(b) Parking prohibited: It shall be unlawful to park any vehicle, truck, railroad car, or other conveyance placarded or signed as transporting combustible or flammable liquid, flammable gas, corrosive materials or substances, or explosives for any purpose other than loading or unloading such conveyance except in areas of the City of Rolla which are zoned M-2, Heavy Manufacturing District.

(c) Loading or unloading: The loading or unloading of combustible or flammable liquids, flammable gases, corrosive materials and substances, or explosives shall be supervised and witnessed by a person of lawful age.

(d) Spillage: Persons parking any vehicle or conveyance on any public right-of-way for the purpose of loading or unloading shall take care to prevent spillage or loss of materials being loaded or unloaded. In the event that spillage occurs, person or persons responsible for such loading and unloading shall remove all such material or goods spilled and be liable for the cost to restore the public right-of-way to its original condition. Failure to comply with this Section shall be an offense punishable under this Ordinance and each day that said failure continues shall be deemed a separate offense.

(e) Clean-up costs: Persons spilling any combustible or flammable liquid, flammable gas, corrosive material or substance, or explosive shall be responsible to reimburse the City of Rolla for reasonable clean-up costs and environmental damage. Such payment shall be made within thirty (30) days of receipt of statement of charges. Unless any extension of time is granted by the city in writing, each day in excess of 30 days following receipt of statement of charges wherein payment to the City of Rolla is not rendered shall constitute a separate offense punishable under this Ordinance.

(f) Penalties: A violation of any section of this Ordinance shall be a misdemeanor punishable in accordance with Section 1-7, Code of the City of Rolla, Missouri. (Ord. 2206, §§1 to 6.)

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Sec. 27-87. Permit for parking construction equipment, tools, etc., on streets.

(a) It shall be unlawful for any person to park and leave unattended upon the public streets, alleys or thoroughfares of the city, any equipment, tools, machinery or vehicles used in excavation or construction of any kind, without first having obtained a permit from the chief of police of the city, for the parking of such equipment, tools, machinery or vehicles.

(b) Permits authorized by subsection (a) hereof shall state the exact location of such equipment, tools, machinery or vehicles, and shall be issued for a period of not more than thirty days.

(c) No permit shall be issued by the chief of police until he has ascertained that such parked and unattended equipment, tools, machinery or vehicles will be properly lighted during the hours of darkness. (Ord. 1334, §§1 to 3)

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Sec. 27-88. (Ord. 1418, §1; Ord. 1721, §1); (Repealed by Ord. 2857, §3.)

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Sec. 27-89. Stop intersections - Enumerated generally.

The driver of a vehicle shall cause his vehicle to come to a full and complete stop before entering the intersections named below, and he shall then proceed cautiously, yielding the right of way to any pedestrian within any crosswalk adjacent to the intersection and to any vehicle either in the intersection or approaching so closely thereto, when not required to stop, as to constitute an immediate hazard.  At those intersections labeled "Yield," the driver of a vehicle shall yield the right of way to any vehicle in either the intersection or approaching so closely thereto, when not required to stop, as to constitute an immediate hazard. (Ord. 4197, §1)

First Street, at Rolla Street, at Elm Street, at Oak Street, at Olive Street, at Walnut Street.

Second Street, at Bishop Avenue (Highway 63), at Rolla Street, at Elm Street, at Oak Street, at Olive Street, at Walnut Street.

Fourth Street, at Main Street, at Elm Street, at Oak Street, at Olive Street, at Walnut Street, at Holloway Street.

Fifth Street, at Kingshighway, at Main Street, at Rolla Street, at Elm Street, at Oak Street, at Olive Street, at Walnut Street, at Maple Street (east side), at Maple Street (west side) (Yield), at Holloway Street, at Woodland Drive.

Sixth Street, at Bishop Avenue (Highway 63), at Kingshighway (west side), at Main Street, at Rolla Street, at Olive Street, at Walnut Street (east side), at Walnut street (west side) (Yield), at Salem Avenue, at Iowa Street (Yield), at Holloway Street.

Seventh Street, at Bishop Avenue (Highway 63), at State Street, at Park Street, at Main Street, at Rolla Street, at Olive Street, at Maple Street, at Iowa Street, at Holloway Street, at Murry Lane, at Bulldog Way.

Eighth Street, at Fairgrounds Road, at Bishop Avenue (Highway 63), at Park Street, at Main Street, at Rolla Street, at Olive Street, at Cedar Street.

Ninth Street, at Fairgrounds Road, at Bishop Avenue (Highway 63), at State Street, at Main Street, at Rolla Street, at Oak Street, at Holloway Street, at Murry Lane, at Angus Valley Drive.

Tenth Street, at Fairgrounds Road (west side).

Eleventh Street, at Bishop Avenue (Highway 63), at State Street, at Rolla Street, at Elm Street, at Oak Street, at Olive Street, at Iowa Street, at Holloway Street.

Twelfth Street, at Fourteenth Street, at Powell Avenue (Yield), at Poole Avenue, at Spring Avenue, at Bishop Avenue (Highway 63), Bardsley Road, at Holloway Street.

Thirteenth Street, at Powell Avenue (Yield), at Poole Avenue, at Spring Avenue, at Bishop Avenue (Highway 63), at Pine Street, at Elm Street, at Oak Street, at Bardsley Road, at Iowa Street, at Holloway Street.

Fourteenth Street, at Twelfth Street, at Poole Avenue, at Pine Street, at Bardsley Road, at Holloway Street.

Fifteenth Street, at Pine Street, at Elm Street.

Sixteenth Street, at Pine Street, at Elm Street, at Oak Street.

Seventeenth Street, at Pine Street, at Elm Street, at Cedar Street, at Walnut Street (Yield).

Eighteenth Street, at Pine Street, at Cedar Street, at Walnut Street (northeast side), at Forum Drive, eastbound at roundabout (Yield).

Nineteenth Street, at Olive Street, at Cedar Street, at Walnut Street, at Sharp Road (Yield).

Adrian Avenue, at Strobach Street, at Ridgeview Road, at Black Street (Yield), at Lynwood Drive (Yield), at Adrian Avenue spur near Black Street and Lynwood Drive (Yield) (southbound traffic on west spur yields to east Spur).
Aintree Road, at Soest Road.

Aldi Drive, at Bishop Avenue (Highway 63).

Allyson Court, at Holt Avenue.

Amber Place, at Dover Lane.

Angus Valley Drive, at Tenth Street, at Highland Drive.

Ann Drive, at Ninth Street (Yield), at Tenth Street.

Ann Lee Drive, at Bishop Avenue.

Arkansas Avenue, at Bardsley Road, at Holloway Street, at Spencer Street, at Farrar Drive.

Asher Street, at Tenth Street, at Eleventh Street.

Ashley Drive, at Scottsvale Drive.

Ashwood Drive, at Bittersweet Lane, at Lovers Lane.

Autumn Place, at Dover Lane.

Avon Court, at Winchester Drive.

Bardsley Road, at Twelfth Street, at Eighteenth Street, at Bardsley Street spur near Eighteenth Street (Yield) (southbound traffic on east spur yields to traffic on west spur).

Barnitz Avenue, at Line Avenue (Yield).

Basswood Drive, at Basswood Drive (northeast of the intersection of Basswood Drive and Cottonwood Drive), at Bishop Avenue (Highway 63).

Becca Drive, at Rolla Street.

Beech Street, at Fourth Street, at Fifth Street (south side).

Belmont Court, at Brookridge Drive (Yield).

Belmont Drive, at Brookridge Drive (Yield), at Coventry Lane (Yield).

Bill Street, at Hutchinson Drive (Yield), at Summit Avenue (Yield).

Bittersweet Lane, at Soest Road, at Dover Lane (east side of Dover Lane) (Yield).

Black Street, at Bishop Avenue (Highway 63), at Rucker Avenue.

Bluebird Lane, at Vista Drive (Yield).

Blue’s Lake Parkway, at Martin Springs Drive, at Bridge School Road.

Boxelder Drive, at Redwood Drive, at Maplewood Drive.

Brady Drive, at Rolla Street.

Bray Avenue, at Eighth Street, at Ninth Street.

Briarwood Drive, at Brookridge Drive (Yield).

Bridge School Road, at Kingshighway.

Brighton Court, at Winchester Drive.

Bristol Drive, at Palmer Court, at Country Ridge Road.

Britt Lane, at Casey Lane (west of Ella Court), at Casey Lane (east of Kadison Court).

Broadway Street, at Forum Drive, at Woodlawn Drive, at Eastwood Drive.

Brook Drive, at Camelot Court.

Brookridge Drive, at Soest Road, at Coventry Lane (Yield).

Brookside Lane, at Sycamore Drive.

Bulldog Way, at Seventh Street.

Burgher Drive, at Whitney Lane, at South Murry Lane (Yield).
California Drive, at Forum Drive, at McCutchen Drive.

Cambridge Drive, at Southview Drive, at Winchester Drive.

Canterbury Court, at Pine Tree Road.

Carmel Court, at California Drive (Yield).

Carol Street, at Tory Avenue.

Casey Lane, at Highway O.

Cedar Hill Court, at Sycamore Drive (Yield).

Cedar Grove Road, at Parkwood Drive.

Cedar Street, at Highway 72, at Phelps Avenue (Yield), at Rhodes Avenue (Yield), at First Street (Yield), at Second Street, at Third Street, at Fourth Street (south side), at Fifth Street (north side), at Sixth Street, at Seventh Street, at Eighth Street, at Tenth Street, at Eleventh Street (Yield), at Sixteenth Street, at Eighteenth Street, at Bishop Avenue (Highway 63).

Center Drive, at Hy Point Boulevard, at North Outer Road, a.k.a. Old Route 66 (east of Highway V).

Chapman Drive, at White Columns Drive.

Chelsea Lane, at Dana Renee Drive.

Chestnut Drive, at Sycamore Drive (Yield).

Cheswick Court, at Sherwood Drive.

Chris Court, at Forum Drive.

Christy Drive, at Rolla Street.

Clemens Avenue, at Edith Street (Yield), at Adrian Avenue (Yield).

Cobblestone Drive, at Ironhorse Road.

Collegiate Boulevard, at White Columns Drive.

Columbia Avenue, at Sally Road.

Commerce Drive, at Hy Point Boulevard (Yield).

Commercial Drive, at Highway O, at Highway 72.

Condo Drive, at Timber Creek Road, at Tenth Street.

Cooper Street, at Eagleson Drive.

Coplin Court, at Roseglade Road.

Cottage Court, at Brookside Lane.

Cottonwood Drive, at Basswood Drive, at Bishop Avenue (Highway 63).

Country Lane, at Oak Knoll Road.

Country Ridge Road, at Osage Drive.

Countryside Drive, at Carriage Lane.

County Road 2076, at Highway V, at Hy Point North.

Coventry Lane, at Aintree Road (Yield).

Cresent Ridge, at Countryside Drive.

Crestview Drive, at Fort Wyman Road.

Crinoidal Court, at White Columns Drive.

Curtis Drive, at Scottsvale Drive, at Richard Drive.

Cypress Drive, at Sycamore Drive (near Eagle Wing Drive), at Sycamore Drive (Yield) (near Mimosa Drive).

Dana Renee Drive, at Rolla Street.

Danata Street, at Nagogami Road (Highway E).

Del Mar Court, at Forum Drive.

Devonshire Lane, at Winchester Drive (Yield) (west of Stratford Lane), at Winchester Drive (Yield) (east of Stratford Lane).

Dogwood Lane, at Pine Tree Road, at Redbud Lane.

Donald Drive, at Commercial Drive (Yield).

(Ord. 4197, §1)

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Sec. 27-90. Same - Intersection of Bishop Avenue (Highway 63) and Kingshighway.

  1. The highway intersection in the southwest sector of the city, at which Bishop Avenue (Highway 63) and Kingshighway intersect, such intersection, for the purpose of traffic control, is hereby stated to contain the following designated streets, roads and highways:

    1. Bishop Avenue (Highway 63).

    2. Kingshighway.

    3. Lane "A", located in the northeast quadrant of the intersection area and connecting Bishop Avenue (highway 63) and Kingshighway.

    4. Lane "B", located in the southeast quadrant of the intersection area and connecting Bishop Avenue (Highway 63) and Kingshighway.

    5. Lane "C", located in the southwest quadrant of the intersection area and connecting Bishop Avenue (Highway 63) and Kingshighway.

    6. Lane "D", located in the northwest quadrant of the intersection area and connecting Bishop Avenue (Highway 63) and Kingshighway.

  2. The driver or operator of any vehicle approaching the intersection of Bishop Avenue (Highway 63) and Kingshighway from any direction shall observe the electric stop, go and left-turn signals and shall proceed into such intersection only when the green light (go signal) or left-turn light or signal is shown in the direction in which such vehicle is traveling.

  3. The driver or operator of any vehicle, while driving in Lane "A", Lane "B", Lane "C", or Lane "D", and approaching either Bishop Avenue (Highway 63) or Kingshighway, shall yield right of way to all vehicles approaching on either Bishop Avenue (Highway 63) or Kingshighway. (Ord. 1641, §1.)

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Sec. 27-91. Same - Intersection of Bishop Avenue (Highway 63), Ridgeview Road and Highway 72.

  1. The highway intersection in the southwest sector of the city, at which intersection Bishop Avenue (Highway 63), Ridgeview Road and Highway 72 intersect, such intersection, for the purpose of traffic control, is hereby stated to contain the following designated streets, roads and highways.

    1. Bishop Avenue (Highway 63).

    2. Ridgeview Road.

    3. Highway 72.

    4. Lane "A", located in the northeast quadrant of the intersection area and connecting Bishop Avenue (Highway 63) and Highway 72.

    5. Lane "B", located in the southeast quadrant of the intersection area and connecting Bishop Avenue (Highway 63) and Highway 72.

  2. The driver or operator of any vehicle approaching the intersection of Bishop Avenue (Highway 63), Ridgeview Road and Highway 72 from any direction shall observe the electric stop, go and left-turn signals and shall proceed into such intersection only when the green light (go signal) or left-turn light or signal is shown in the direction in which such vehicle is traveling.

  3. The driver or operator of any vehicle, while driving in Lane "A", and approaching Bishop Avenue (Highway 63) from Highway 72, shall yield right of way to all vehicles approaching on Bishop Avenue (Highway 63).

  4. The driver or operator of any vehicle, while driving in Lane "B", and approaching Highway 72 from Bishop Avenue (Highway 63), shall yield right of way to all vehicles approaching on Highway 72. (Ord. 1642, § 4.)

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Sec. 27-92.  Parking prohibited - On certain streets or parts of streets.

It shall be unlawful for any person to park a vehicle in the designated areas of the public streets as follows: (Ord. 1769, §1.)

Second Street, on the north side, from a point two hundred twenty feet east of Park Street to a point two hundred fifty-five feet east of Park Street.

Third Street, on the north side, from a point fifty feet east of the intersection of Third Street and Rolla Street to the intersection of Third Street and Rolla Street.  (Ord. 2266, §1.)

Fifth Street, on the south side, between Salem Avenue and Orchard Drive.  (Ord. 2397, §5.)

Sixth Street, on the north side, between Rolla Street and State Street.

Sixth Street,on the south side, between Park Street and Rolla Street.

Sixth Street, on the south side, from a point sixty-five feet west of the intersection of Sixth Street and Pine Street to the intersection of Sixth Street and Pine Street.  (Ord. 1279, §1; Ord. 1769, §1.)  

Sixth Street, on either side, between Pine Street and the center of the Railroad tracks.

Sixth Street, on the south side, between Olive Street and Oak Street.  (Ord. 1657, §1; Ord. 1769, §1.) 

Sixth Street, on the north side, from a point forty-five feet east of the intersection of Sixth Street and Olive Street to the intersection of Sixth Street and Olive Street.  (Ord. 1650, §1; Ord. 1769, §1.)

Sixth Street, on the north side, between Olive Street and Cedar Street.

Sixth Street, on the north side, from a point thirty feet east of the intersection of Sixth Street and Holloway Street to the intersection of Sixth Street and Holloway Street.

Seventh Street, on the north side, from a point fifty feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and State Street to the intersection of Seventh Street and State Street.  (Ord. 2156, §1.) 

Seventh Street, on the south side, between State Street and Park Street.  (Ord. 2156, §1.) 

Seventh Street, on the north side, from a point thirty-five feet west of the intersection of Seventh Street and Main Street to the intersection of Seventh Street and Main Street.  (Ord. 2156, §1.) 

Seventh Street, on the south side, from a point fifty feet west of the intersection of Seventh Street and Main Street to the intersection of Seventh Street and Main Street.  (Ord. 2156, §1.) 

Seventh Street, on the north side, from a point seventy feet west of the intersection of Seventh Street and Oak Street to a point ninety feet west of the intersection of Seventh Street and Oak Street.  (Ord. 2156, §1.) 

Seventh Street, on the north side, from a point fifty feet east of the center of the Railroad tracks to a point ninety-five feet east of the center of the Railroad tracks.  (Ord. 2156, §1.) 

Seventh Street, on the north side, from a point two hundred thirty-five feet west of the intersection of Seventh Street and Olive Street to the intersection of Seventh Street and Olive Street.  (Ord. 2156, §1.) 

Seventh Street, on the south side, from a point eighty feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Elm Street to the intersection of Seventh Street and Elm Street.  (Ord. 2156, §1.) 

Seventh Street, on the north side, between Olive Street and Maple Street.

Seventh Street, on the south side, from a point sixty-five feet west of the intersection of Seventh Street and Cedar Street to the intersection of Seventh Street and Cedar Street.

Seventh Street, on the south side, between Walnut Street and Iowa Street.

Eighth Street, on the north side, from a point one hundred forty-five feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63) to the intersection of Eighth Street and Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63).  (Ord. 1638, §1; Ord. 1769, §1.)

Eighth Street, on the north side, from a point fifty-five feet west of the intersection of Eighth Street and State Street to the intersection of Eighth Street and State Street.  (Ord. 1930, §1.)

Eighth Street, on the south side, from a point two hundred forty feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63) to the intersection of Eighth Street and Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63).

Eighth Street, on the north side, from a point fifty feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and State Street to the intersection of Eighth Street and State Street.  (Ord. 1930, §1.)

Eighth Street, on the south side, from a point fifty feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Park Street to the intersection of Eighth Street and Park Street.  (Ord. 1930, §1.)

Eighth Street, on the south side, from a point forty feet west of the intersection of Eighth Street and Main Street to the intersection of Eighth Street and Main Street.  (Ord. 1930, §1.)

Eighth Street, on the north side, from a point seventy feet east of the center of the Railroad   tracks to a point one hundred feet east of the center of the Railroad tracks.  (Ord. 2156, §1.) 

Ninth Street, on the north side, between State Street and Main Street

Ninth Street, on either side, between Elm Street and Oak Street

Tenth Street, on either side, between Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63) to the Eastern border of the Rolla City Limits.

Tenth Street, on the south side, between Fairgrounds Road and Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63).

Tenth Street, on the north side, from the intersection of Fairgrounds Road to a point eighty feet east of the intersection of Asher Street.

Tenth Street, on the north side, between Spring Avenue and Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63).

Eleventh Street, on the north side, from a point five hundred thirty-five feet west of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Joyce Street to the intersection of Eleventh Street and Joyce Street.

Eleventh Street, on the south side, from a point two hundred seventy feet west of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Asher Street to the intersection of Eleventh Street and Asher Street.

Eleventh Street, on the south side, from a point sixty-five feet west of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63) to the intersection of Eleventh Street and Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63).

Eleventh Street, on the south side, from a point two hundred eighty-five feet west of the intersection of Eleventh Street and State Street to the intersection of Eleventh Street and State Street.

Eleventh Street, on the north side, from a point one hundred seventy-five feet east of the intersection of Eleventh Street and State Street to the intersection of Eleventh Street and State Street.

Eleventh Street, on the north side, from a point one hundred fifty feet east of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Poole Avenue to a point two hundred feet east of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Poole Avenue.

Eleventh Street, on the south side, between State Street and Rolla Street.

Twelfth Street, on the north side, and on the south side, from a point eighty feet west of the intersection of Twelfth Street and Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63) to the intersection of Twelfth Street and Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63).

Twelfth Street, on the south side, from a point eighty-five feet east of the intersection of Twelfth Street and Oak Street to the intersection of Twelfth Street and Oak Street.

Twelfth Street, on the north side, from a point one hundred ninety-five feet east of the center of the Railroad tracks to the center of the Railroad tracks.

Thirteenth Street, on the north side, from the intersection of Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63) to a point one hundred forty feet west of the intersection of Fourteenth Street and Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63).

Thirteenth Street, on the north side, from a point fifty feet west the intersection of Thirteenth Street and Oak Street to west of the intersection of Thirteenth Street and Oak Street.

Thirteenth Street, on the north side, from a point eighty-five feet west of the intersection of Thirteenth Street and Oak Street to a point one hundred ten feet west of the intersection of Thirteenth Street and Oak Street.

Fourteenth Street, on the north side, between Poole Street and Twelfth Street.

Fourteenth Street, on the south side, from a point ninety-five feet west of the intersection of Fourteenth Street and Poole Street to the intersection of Fourteenth Street and Poole Street.

Fourteenth Street, on the north side, from the intersection of the Pine Street spur to the intersection of Fourteenth Street and Pine Street.

Fourteenth Street, on the south side, between Oak Street and the Schuman Park parking lot.

Fourteenth Street, on either side, between Holloway Street and Farrar Street.

Sixteenth Street, on the north side, between Rolla Street and Pine Street.  (Ord. 3635, §1)

Sixteenth Street, on the south side, from a point fifty feet east of the intersection of Sixteenth Street and Oak Street to the intersection of Sixteenth Street and Oak Street.

Eighteenth Street, on either side, between Vichy Road and Tower Road.  (Ord. 2397, §5.)

Eighteenth Street, on the south side, between Pine Street and Elm Street.

Eighteenth Street, on the north side, from a point forty feet east of the intersection of Eighteenth Street and Elm Street to the intersection of Eighteenth Street and Elm Street.

Eighteenth Street, on the north and southeast confluence of the intersection of Eighteenth Street and Walnut Street.

Eighteenth Street, on either side, between Walnut Street and the Forum Drive round-a-bout.

Eighteenth Street, on the north side, from a point ninety-five feet east of the intersection of Eighteenth Street and Oak Street to a point one hundred and thirty-five feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Oak Street.

Asher, on the west side, between Tenth Street and Eleventh Street.

Bardsley Road, on either side, from Twelfth Street to Eighteenth Street.

Becca Drive, on the cul-de-sac.  (Ord. 3206, §1)

Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63), on either side, within the city limits.

Black Street, on the south side, between Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63) and Faulkner Avenue.

Brady Drive, on the cul-de-sac.  (Ord. 3206, §1)

Cedar Street, on the east side, from a point forty feet north of the intersection of Cedar Street and Fifth Street to the intersection of Cedar Street and Fifth Street.

Cedar Street, on either side, from a point forty feet south of the intersection of Cedar Street and Sixth Street to the intersection of Cedar Street and Sixth Street.

Cedar Street, on the west side, from a point forty feet south the intersection of Cedar Street and Seventh Street to the intersection of Cedar Street and Seventh Street.

Cedar Street, on the west side, from a point sixty-five feet north of the intersection of Cedar Street and Seventh Street to the intersection of Cedar Street and Seventh Street.

Cedar Street, on the west side, from a point eighty feet south of the intersection of Cedar Street and Eighth Street to the intersection of Cedar Street and Eighth Street.

Cedar Street, on the east side, from  a point eighty feet south of the intersection of Cedar Street and Bulldog Run to the intersection of Cedar Street and Bulldog Run.

Cedar Street, on either side, from a point one hundred ten feet south of the intersection of Cedar Street and Tenth Street to the intersection of Cedar Street and Tenth Street.

Collegiate Boulevard, on either side.

Condo Drive, on either side, between Tenth Street and Timber Creek Road.

Edith Street, on the west side, between Strobach Street and Hess Avenue.  (Ord. 3722, §1.)

Elm Street, on the west side, between Highway 72 and First Street.  (Ord. 1182, §5; Ord. 1258, §1; Ord. 1769, §1.)

Elm Street, on the east side, from a point fifty feet south of the intersection of Elm Street and Seventh Street to the intersection of Elm Street and Seventh Street.

Elm Street, on the west side, between Ninth Street and Tenth Street.

Elm Street, on the east side, from a point fifty feet south of the intersection of Elm Street and Tenth Street to the intersection of Elm Street and Ninth Street.

Elm Street, on the west side, from a point eighty feet south of the intersection of Sixteenth Street to the intersection of Elm Street and Sixteenth Street.

Elm Street, on the east side, from a point fifty feet south of the intersection of Elm Street and Eighteenth Street to the intersection of Elm Street and Eighteenth Street.

Elm Street, on the west side, north of Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63). 

Fairgrounds Road, on the east side, from a point one hundred twenty feet south of the intersection of Fairgrounds Road and Tenth Street to the intersection of Fairgrounds Road and Tenth Street.

Fairgrounds Road, on the east side, from a point seventy feet north of the intersection of Fairgrounds Road and Kingshighway to the intersection of Fairgrounds Road and Kingshighway.  (Ord. 2152, §1.)

Fairgrounds Road, on west side, from Ninth Street to Tenth Street.  (Ord. 3554, §1)

Fairgrounds Road, on the west side, from a point two hundred and fifty feet north of the intersection of Fairgrounds Road  and Kingshighway to the intersection of Fairgrounds Road and Kingshighway.

Farrar Drive, on the east side, between Fourteenth Street and Eighteenth Street.  (Ord. 2152, §1.)

Faulkner Avenue,on the east side, from a point one hundred feet north of the intersection of Faulkner Avenue and Route 72 to a point one hundred thirty feet north of the intersection of Faulkner Avenue and Route 72.

Forum Drive, on the east side, from a point one hundred forty-five feet north of the intersection of Forum Drive and California Drive to the intersection of Forum Drive and California Drive.  (Ord. 2491, §2.)

Forum Drive, on either side, between Soest Road and Tenth Street.

Forum Drive, on the west side, between Tenth Street and Homelife Plaza.

Forum Drive, on the east side, between Tenth Street and Truman Avenue.

Forum Drive, on the east side, from a point one hundred fifty feet south of the Eighteenth Street round-a-bout to the intersection of the Eighteenth Street Round-a-bout.

Forum Drive, on the west side, from a point seventy feet south of the Eighteenth Street round-a-bout to the intersection of the Eighteenth Street round-a-bout.

Gale Drive, on the north side.

Greentree Road, on either side, from a point three hundred feet south of the intersection of Greentree Road and Tenth Street to the intersection of Greentree Road and Tenth Street.

Greentree Road, on the east side, from a point three hundred feet south of Tenth Street to a point four hundred feet south of Tenth Street.  (Ord. 3663, §1)

Gulf Avenue, on the north side, between Ozark Street and Holloway Street.

Highway 72, on either side, from the intersection of Highway 72 and Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63) to the intersection of Highway 72 and the southeast city limits.

Highway E (University Drive and Nagogami Road), on either side, between Bishop Avenue (Highway 63) and west city limits.  (Ord. 1769, §1.)

Holloway Street, on the east side, between the Tenth Street and Eighteenth Street.  (Ord. 2152, 1958, §1.)

Holloway Street, on the west side, from a point one hundred thirty feet north of the intersection of Holloway Street and Tenth Street to the intersection of Holloway Street and Tenth Street.

Holloway Street, on both sides, between Ninth Street and Tenth Street.  (Ord. 2266, §1.)

Holmes Lane, on the east side, from a point one hundred forty feet north of the intersection of Holmes Lane and Salem Avenue to the intersection of Holmes Lane and Salem Avenue.

Hy Point Boulevard, on either side, between Highway V and Hy Point North.

Hy Point North, on the north side, between Hy Point Boulevard and Highway V.

Independence Drive, on the east side, between Independence Drive and Sherman Avenue.

Independence Drive, on the west side, from a point four hundred twenty-five feet north of the intersection of Independence Drive and Pershing Place to the intersection of Independence Drive and Pershing Place.

Johnson Street, on either side, from a point one hundred thirty feet north of the intersection of Johnson Street and Highway 72 to the intersection of Johnson Street and Highway 72.

Johnson Street, on the west side, from a point one hundred thirty feet north of the intersection of Johnson Street and Highway 72 to the intersection of Johnson Street and Highway 72.

Kingshighway, on either side, from the intersection of Kingshighway, Sixth Street, and State Street to the west city limits.  (Ord. 1182, §5; Ord. 1514, §1; Ord. 1584, §1; Ord. 1585, §1; Ord. 1769, §1; Ord. 1953, §1; Ord. 2052, §1.)

Lanning Lane, on the south side, from a point eight hundred eighty-five feet from the intersection of Lanning Lane and Bishop (U.S. Highway 63) to a point nine hundred thirty feet from the intersection of Lanning Lane and Bishop (U.S. Highway 63).

Lions Club Drive (Route CC), on either side, from the west line of the Rolla City Limits to the intersection of Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63).

Lions Club Drive, on either side, from the intersection of Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63) to the intersection of Highway 72, except nineteen hundred and sixty feet on the south side east of the intersection of Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63).

Main Street, on the east side, between Fourth Street and Fifth Street.  (Ord. 1711, §1; Ord. 1769, §1.)

Main Street, on the west side, from a point one hundred fifty feet north of the intersection of Main Street and Fourth Street to the intersection of Main Street and Fourth Street.

Main Street, on the east side, from a point forty feet south of the intersection of Main Street and Seventh Street to the intersection of Main Street and Seventh Street.  (Ord. 1725, §1; Ord. 1853, §1.)

Main Street, on the east side, from a point forty feet north of the intersection of Main Street and Seventh Street to the intersection of Main Street and Seventh Street.  (Ord. 1725, §1; Ord. 1853, §1.)

Main Street, on the east side, from a point sixty feet south of the intersection of Main Street and Eighth Street to the intersection of Main Street and Eighth Street.

Main Street, on the west side, from a point one hundred twenty feet south of the intersection of Main Street and Eighth Street to the intersection of Main Street and Eighth Street.

Main Street, on the east side, from a point sixty feet north of the intersection of Main Street and Eighth Street to the intersection of Main Street and Eighth Street.

Main Street, on the west side, from a point sixty feet north of the intersection of Main Street and Eighth Street to the intersection of Main Street and Eighth Street.

Main Street, on the east side, from a point eighty-five feet north of the intersection of Main Street and Tenth Street to a point one hundred thirty feet north of the intersection of Main Street and Tenth Street.

Main Street, on the west side, from a point sixty feet north of the intersection of Main Street and Tenth Street to the intersection of Main Street and Tenth Street.

Maple Street, on the west side, between Seventh Street and the Rolla High School parking lot.

Maple Street, on the east side, from a point seventy-five feet north of the intersection of Maple Street and Seventh Street to the intersection of Maple Street and Seventh Street.

Martin Springs Drive (south outer road of Interstate Highway 44), on either side, between Kingshighway and the west city limits.  (Ord. 1769, §1.)

McCutchen Drive, on east side, between Tenth Street and Truman Avenue.

Ninth Street, on the north side, from the intersection of Ninth Street and Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63) to the intersection of Ninth Street and State Street. (Ord. 4313)

Oak Street, on the west side, between Eighth Street and Ninth Street.

Oak Street, on the west side, from a point forty feet north of the intersection of Oak Street and Thirteenth Street to the intersection of Oak Street and Thirteenth Street.

Oak Street, on the east side, from a point forty feet north of the Schuman Park parking lot to the intersection of Oak Street and Fourteenth Street.

Old Wire Outer Road, (north outer road of Interstate Highway I-44), on either side, between Kingshighway and the west city limits.

Olive Street, on the west side, between Fifth Street and Sixth Street.

Olive Street, on the west side, from a point one hundred feet south of the intersection of Olive Street and Eighth Street to the intersection of Olive Street and Eighth Street.

Olive Street, on the east side, between Tenth Street and Eleventh Street.

Olive Street, on the east side, from the south intersection of Olive Street and Third Street to a point thirty-five feet south of the intersection of Olive Street and Third Street. (Ord. 4313)

Park Street, on the west side, from a point sixty feet south of the intersection of Park Street and Seventh Street to the intersection of Park Street and Seventh Street.  (Ord. 1930, §1.)

Park Street, on the east side, from a point seventy-five feet south of the intersection of Park Street and Seventh Street to the intersection of Park Street and Seventh Street.

Park Street, on the west side, between Seventh Street and Eighth Street.

Park Street, on the east side, from a point forty feet north of the intersection of Park Street and Seventh Street to the intersection of Park Street and Seventh Street.

Park Street, on the east side, from a point one hundred thirty-five feet south of the intersection of Park Street and Eighth Street to the intersection of Park Street and Eighth Street.

Pine Street, on the east side, from a point seventy feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Eighth Street to the intersection of Pine Street and Eighth Street.

Pine Street, on either side, from a point thirty-five feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Twelfth Street to the intersection of Pine Street and Twelfth Street.

Pine Street, on the west side, between Twelfth Street and Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63).  (Ord. 1569, §1; Ord. 1769, §1.)

Pine Street, on the east side, between Twelfth Street and Thirteenth Street.  (Ord. 1266, §1; Ord. 1769, §1.)

Pine Street, on either side, from a point one hundred fifty feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Fourteenth Street to the intersection of Pine Street and Fourteenth Street.

Pine Street, on the east side, between Fourteenth Street and the north side of the Pine Street spur.

Pine Street (spur), on the west side, from the intersection of the Pine Street spur and Fourteenth Street to the intersection of the Pine Street spur and Pine Street.

Pine Street (spur), on the east side, from a point thirty feet south of the intersection of the Pine Street spur and Pine Street to the intersection of the Pine Street spur and Pine Street.

Pine Street, on the east side, from a point sixty feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Fifteenth Street to the intersection of Pine Street and Sixteenth Street.

Pine Street, on the east side, from a point forty feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Seventeenth Street to the intersection of Pine Street and Seventeenth Street.

Pine Street, on the east side, from a point forty feet north of the intersection of Pine
Street and Seventeenth Street to the intersection of Pine Street and Seventeenth Street.

Pine Street, on the east side, from a point one hundred eighty-five feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Eighteenth Street to the intersection of Pine Street and Bishop Avenue (Highway 63).

Pine Street, on the east side, from a point one hundred eighty-five feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Eighteenth Street to a point eighty-feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Eighteenth Street. (Ord. 4313)

Pine Tree Road, on either side, between Soest Road and Highway 72.  (Ord. 3295, §1)

Poole Avenue, on the west side, from a point eighty feet from the intersection of Poole Avenue and Fourteenth Street to the intersection of Poole Avenue and Fourteenth Street.

Poole Avenue, on the west side, from a point one hundred fifty feet north of the intersection of Poole Avenue and Thirteenth Street to the intersection of Poole Avenue and Thirteenth Street.

Poole Avenue, on the east side, from a point one hundred twenty feet south of the intersection of Poole Avenue and University Drive to the intersection of Poole Avenue and University Drive.

Poole Avenue, on the east side, from the intersection of Poole Avenue and Tenth Street to the intersection of Poole Avenue and University Drive. (Ord. 4313)

Ridgeview Road, on either side, between Bishop Avenue (Highway 63) and Walker Avenue.

Rolla Street, on the west side, from a point fifty-five feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Twelfth Street to the intersection of Rolla Street and Twelfth Street.

Rolla Street, on the east side, from a point fifty feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eleventh Street to the intersection of Rolla Street and Eleventh Street.

Rolla Street, on the west side, between Eleventh Street and Twelfth Street.  (Ord. 1252, §1; Ord. 1769, §1.)

Rolla Street, on east side, from a point one hundred-five feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eleventh Street to a point one hundred thirty feet south of the  intersection of Rolla Street and Eleventh Street.

Rolla Street, on west side, from a point one hundred sixty feet south of the center of the Railroad tracks to the center of the Railroad tracks.  (Ord. 3562, §1)

Rolla Street, on the east side, between Victoria Lane and Highway 72.

Rolla Street, on the west side, between Lanning Lane and Houston Road.

Rolla Street, on either side, between Lariat Lane and Lanning Lane.

Rolla Street, on the east side, between Highway 72 and Houston Road.  (Ord. 1591, §1; Ord. 1769, §1.)

Rucker Avenue, on either side, between Black Street and Second Street.  (Ord. 2507, §2.)

Salem Avenue, on the southwest side, from a point seventy feet southeast of the intersection of Salem Avenue and Fifth Street to the intersection of Salem Avenue and Fifth Street.

Salem Avenue, on the north side, from a point one hundred fifteen feet north of the intersection of Salem Avenue and Leonard Drive to the intersection of Salem Avenue and Leonard Drive.  (Ord. 3095, §1)

Salem Avenue, on the north side, from a point one hundred seventy feet southeast of the intersection of Salem Avenue and Holmes Lane to the intersection of Salem Avenue and Holmes Lane.

Salem Avenue, on the north side, from a point forty feet northwest of the intersection of Salem Avenue and Holmes Lane to the intersection of Salem Avenue and Holmes Lane.

Soest Road, on either side, from a point seven hundred thirty feet east of the intersection of Soest Road and Salem Avenue to the intersection of Soest Road and Pine Tree Road

Soest Road, on either side, from a point one hundred fifty feet west of the intersection of Soest Road and Aintree Road to the intersection of Soest Road and Pine Tree Road/Forum Drive.  (Ord. 2437, §5.)

Spilman Avenue, on the east side, between Strobach Street and Ridgeview Road.

Spring Avenue, on the west side, from a point sixty feet north of the intersection of Spring Avenue and Thirteenth Street to a point one hundred thirty-five feet north of Spring Avenue and Thirteenth Street.

Spring Avenue, on the east side, from a point forty feet south of the intersection of Spring Avenue and Eleventh Street to the intersection of Spring Avenue and Eleventh Street.

State Street, on the east side, from a point ninety feet north of the intersection of State Street and Seventh Street to the intersection of State Street and Seventh Street.

State Street, on the east side, between Ninth Street and Eleventh Street.

State Street, on the west side, from a point seventy feet south of the intersection of State Street and Tenth Street to the intersection of State Street and Tenth Street.

State Street, on the west side, from a one hundred twenty feet north of the intersection of State Street and Tenth Street to the intersection of State Street and Tenth Street.

State Street, on the east side, from a point one hundred ninety feet north of the intersection of State Street and Eleventh Street to a point two hundred forty-five feet north of the intersection of State Street and Eleventh Street.

State Street, on the east side, from a point eighty-eight feet north of the intersection of State Street and Sixth Street to the intersection of State Street and Sixth Street.

State Street, on the east side, from a point two hundred and forty-five feet north of the intersection of State Street and Eleventh Street to the intersection of State Street and Eleventh Street.

State Street, on the west side, from the intersection of State Street and Eleventh Street to the intersection of State Street and Miner Circle.

Strobach Avenue, on either side, between Spilman Avenue and Bishop Avenue (U.S. Highway 63).  (Ord. 1966, §1.)

Tower Road, on either side.

University Drive, on either side.

Vichy Road, on the west side, between St. Patrick Lane and the north city limits.

Vichy Road, on either side, between Eighteenth Street and Vienna Road.  (Ord. 1769, §1.)

Vichy Road, on the east side, from a point one hundred fifteen feet south of the intersection of Bishop Avenue (Highway 63)and Vichy Road to a point forty feet north of the intersection of Vichy Road and Vienna Road.

Vichy Road, on the east side, from a point two hundred thirty feet south of the intersection of Vichy Road and Roseglade Road to a point thirty feet north of the intersection of Vichy Road and Roseglade Road.

Vichy Road, on the east side, from a point two hundred feet south of the intersection of Vichy Road and Meadowbrook Drive to a point thirty feet north of the intersection of Vichy Road and Meadowbrook Drive.

Victoria Lane, on the cul-de-sac.  (Ord. 3212, §1)  

Vienna Road, on either side, between Vichy Road and Roseglade Road.

Walker Street, on either side, between Kingshighway and the center of the Railroad tracks.  (Ord. 2052, §1.)

Walnut Street, on the west side, between Highway 72 and Phelps Avenue.  (Ord. 1769, §1; Ord. 2266, §1.)

Walnut Street, on the east side, between Highway 72 and First Street.

Walnut Street, on the west side, from a point fifty feet south of the intersection of Walnut Street and Seventh Street to the intersection of Walnut Street and Seventh Street.

Walnut Street, on the east side, between Eighteenth Street and Bishop Avenue (Highway 63)   (Ord. 3756, §1)

Walnut Street, on the west side, from a point two hundred eighty-five feet south of the intersection of Walnut and Bishop Avenue (Highway 63) to the intersection of Walnut Street and Bishop Avenue (Highway 63).

Walnut Street, on the west side, between Eighteenth Street and Nineteenth Street.

White Columns Drive, on either side, from Nagogami Road (Highway E) to the north city limits.

Winchester Drive, on either side, between Rolla Street and Chestnut Drive.
(Ord. 4198, §1; Ord. 4289, §1, Ord. 4313, §1)

 

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Sec. 27-93.  Parking prohibited on certain streets at certain times.

It shall be unlawful for any person to park a vehicle at or in the following designated areas at the time set forth:

  1. Eleventh Street, on the south side, from a point one hundred six feet east of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Poole Avenue, to a point one hundred sixty-six feet east of said intersection of Eleventh Street and Poole Avenue, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., on school days only.
    (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1; Ord. 4313, §2)

  2. St. Patrick’s Lane, on the north side, from a point twenty-five feet west of the intersection of St. Patrick’s Lane and Vichy Road, to a point seventy-five feet west of the intersection of St. Patrick’s Lane and Vichy Road and between a point one hundred twenty-seven feet west of the intersection of St. Patrick’s Lane and Vichy Road, to a point two hundred feet west of the intersection of St. Patrick’s Lane and Vichy Road, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on school days only; except for the parking of school buses. (Ord. 3942 §1; Ord. 3983 §1; Ord. 4313, §2)

  3. Maple Street, on the east side, from the intersection of Maple Street and Fifth Street to the intersection of Maple Street and Seventh Street, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., on school days only.  (Ord. 3942 §1; Ord. 3983 §1; Ord. 4313, §2)

  4. Maple Street, on both sides, from the north side of the intersection of Tenth Street and Maple Street, to the south side of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Maple Street, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday. (Ord. 3942 §1; Ord. 3983 §1; Ord. 4313, §2)

  5. Oak Street, on the east side, from the intersection of Oak Street and Fourteenth Street, to the intersection of Oak Street and Sixteenth Street, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday. (Ord. 3942 §1; Ord. 3983 §1; Ord. 4313, §2)

  6. Pine Street, on both sides, south of Sixth Street and north of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad right-of-way, no parking between the hours of 8:00 P.M. to 6:00 A.M. (Ord. 3983, §1; Ord. 4313, §2)

  7. Lanning Lane, on the north side, from a point eight hundred eighty-five feet west of the intersection of Lanning Lane and Rolla Street to a point one thousand forty-five feet west of the intersection of Lanning Lane and Rolla Street, no parking between the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Ord. 4313, §2)

  8. Lanning Lane, on the south side, from the west intersection of Lanning Lane and Jimmy Street, a private drive, to a point three hundred sixty feet west of the intersection of Lanning Lane and Jimmy Street, no parking between the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Ord. 4313, §2)

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Sec. 27-94. Parking Prohibited – On certain municipal lots.

(1) Parking lot in Buehler Park, no motor vehicles shall be parked on the west side of the municipal parking lot, situated west of Fairgrounds Road and bounded by Buehler Park in the city.

It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any motor vehicle registered in his/her name to be unlawfully parked as set out in this Section. (Ord. 3942, §1)

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Sec. 27-95. Parking prohibited at all times within certain distance of street intersections.

It shall be unlawful for any person to park a vehicle on any public street within an area extending twenty-five feet from a street intersection, unless designated by yellow colored paint. (Ord. 3942, §1)

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Sec. 27-96. Parking prohibited on private parking lots.

It shall be unlawful for any unauthorized person to park, cause to be parked, or to enter for the purpose of parking any motor vehicle or other wheeled vehicle on any private parking lot in the city as hereinafter defined.

(a) Private parking lot as used in this Section means any real estate within the City of Rolla, Missouri designated as a private parking lot by the owner thereof and marked by signs conspicuously posted at the entrance to the parking lot, said signs to be of at least three (3) square feet in size and to contain the words "Private Parking Lot", or words of similar effect sufficient to give notice to the public of the use of the said real estate as a private parking facility. Unauthorized person as used in the section means any person not authorized by the owner of the lot either by private contract or by appropriate language on the posted sign referred to above such as "Parking limited to the customers of _________________" or words of similar effect.

(b) Upon written complaint to the police department of the City of Rolla by the owner of the parking lot or by his agent or by an individual renting designated space in the private parking lot, the police department of the City of Rolla shall cause the violating vehicle to be ticketed.

(c) Any person convicted of a violation of this Section shall be subject to a fine, as established under Section 27-80, plus any additional court costs that may apply. (Ord. 3942, §1)

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Sec. 27-97. Ten-minute parking – From 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

Between the hours of 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. except on Sundays, Saturdays, and legal holidays, no motor vehicle shall be parked for a period of time longer than ten minutes on the following streets or parts of streets.

(1) Eighth Street, on the north side, from a point sixty-seven feet west of the intersection of Eight Street and Pine Street, to a point one hundred and twenty-seven feet west of the intersection of Eight Street and Pine Street.

(2) Eighth Street, on the north side, from a point thirty feet west of the intersection of Eight Street and Olive Street, to a point fifty feet west of the intersection of Eight Street and Olive Street.

(3) Eighth Street, on the south side, from a point thirty-eight feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Pine Street, to a point one hundred and twenty-seven feet east of the intersection of Eight Street and Pine Street.

(4) Eighth Street, on the south side, from a point thirty-eight feet east of the intersection of Eight Street and State Street, to a point one hundred and thirty-eight feet east of the intersection of Eight Street and State Street.

(5) Eleventh Street, on the south side, from a point one hundred and five feet west of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Pine Street, to a point one hundred and twenty-three feet west of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Pine Street.

(6) Elm Street, on the east side, from a point thirty-nine feet south of the intersection of Elm Street and Eleventh Street, to a point eighty-four feet south of the intersection of Elm Street and Eleventh Street.

(7) Ninth Street, on the north side, from a point sixty-one feet west of the intersection of Ninth Street and Elm Street, to a point one hundred and six feet west of the intersection of Ninth Street and Elm Street.

(8) Ninth Street, on the south side, from a point fifty-seven feet east of the intersection of Ninth Street and Pine Street, to a point ninety-nine feet east of the intersection of Ninth Street and Pine Street.

(9) Ninth Street, on the south side, from a point one hundred seventy-two feet east of the intersection of Ninth Street and Pine Street, to a point one hundred ninety-two feet east of the intersection of Ninth Street and Pine Street.

(10) Pine Street, on the east side, from a point thirty-five feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Eight Street, to a point seventy-six feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Eighth Street.

It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any motor vehicle registered in his/her name to be unlawfully parked as set out in this Section. (Ord. 3942, §1)

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Sec. 27-98.  Thirty minute parking – From 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., except on Sundays and legal holidays, no motor vehicle shall be parked for a period of time longer than thirty minutes on the following streets or parts of streets:

  1. Eleventh Street, on the north side, from a point fifty-three feet east of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Elm Street, to a point one hundred and sixty-nine feet east of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Elm Street. (Ord. 3942)

  2. Eleventh Street, on the south side, from a point fourteen feet east of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Rolla Street, to a point fifty-three feet east of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Rolla Street. (Ord. 3942)

  3. Elm Street, on the east side, from a point sixty feet north of the intersection of Elm Street and Eleventh Street, to a point two hundred and twenty-two feet north of the intersection of Elm Street and Eleventh Street. (Ord. 3942)

  4. Park Street, on the east side, from a point thirty feet north of the intersection of Park Street and Sixth Street, to a point one hundred fifty feet north of the intersection of Park Street and Sixth Street. (Ord. 3942)

  5. Pine Street, on the west side, from a point thirty-three feet south from the intersection of Pine Street and Eight Street, to a point seventy-four feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Eighth Street. (Ord. 3942)

  6. Pine Street, on the east side, from a point thirty-six feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Eleventh Street, to a point fifty-six feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Eleventh Street. (Ord. 3942)

  7. Rolla Street, on the east side, from a point twenty feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eleventh Street, to a point two hundred and forty-five feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eleventh Street. (Ord. 3942)

  8. State Street, on the east side, from a point thirty feet south of the intersection of State Street and Eight Street, to a point one hundred fifty-two feet south of the intersection of State Street and Eight Street. (Ord. 3942)

  9. Rolla Street, on the west side, from a point eighty-five feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Tenth Street, to a point one hundred and thirty feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Tenth Street. (Ord. 4289)

  10. Rolla Street, on the east side, from a point fifty feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eleventh Street, to a point one hundred and eighty-five feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eleventh Street. (Ord. 4305)

It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any motor vehicle registered in his/her name to be unlawfully parked as set out in this Section. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 4289, §2, Ord. 4305, §1)

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Sec. 27-99. Thirty minute parking from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday.

Between the hours of 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., except on Sundays and legal holidays, no motor vehicle shall be parked for a period of time longer than thirty minutes on the following streets or parts of streets:

(1) Main Street, on the west side, from a point eighty-four feet south of the intersection of Main Street and 11th Street, to a point one hundred and eighty feet south of the intersection of Main Street and 11th Street.

(2) Main Street, on the east side, from a point seventy feet south of the intersection of Main Street and Eighth Street, to a point one hundred and seventy-two feet south of the intersection of Main Street and Eight Street.

It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any motor vehicle registered in his/her name to be unlawfully parked as set out in this Section. (Ord. 3942, §1)

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Sec. 27-100. Reserved.

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Sec. 27-101.  One-hour parking – From 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., except on Sundays and legal holidays, no motor vehicle shall be parked for a period of time longer than one hour along the following streets:

  1. Seventh Street, on the south side, from a point one hundred and forty-six feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Pine Street to a point one hundred and eighty-six feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Pine Street. (Ord. 3983)

  2. Main Street, on the west side, from a point sixty feet south of the intersection of Main Street and Seventh Street to a point two hundred and fifteen feet south of the intersection of Main Street and Seventh Street. (Ord. 3983)

  3. Ninth Street, on the south, from a point eighteen feet west of the intersection of Ninth Street and Rolla Street to a point forty feet west of the intersection of Ninth Street and Rolla Street. (Ord. 3983)

  4. Sixth Street, on the north side, from a point forty-five feet west of the intersection of Olive Street and Sixth Street to a point two hundred and thirty-five feet west of the intersection of Olive Street and 6th Street. (Ord. 3983)

  5. Cedar Street, on the east side, from a point forty feet south of the intersection of Cedar Street and Seventh Street to a point ninety feet south of the intersection of Cedar Street and Seventh Street. (Ord. 4210)

It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any motor vehicle registered in his/her name to be unlawfully parked as set out in this Section. (Ord. 3983, §1; Ord. 4210, §1)

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Sec. 27-102. One-hour parking – On public parking lot of Rolla Public Library.

No motor vehicle shall be parked for a period of time longer than one hour, in and upon the public parking lot of the Rolla Public Library.

It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any motor vehicle registered in his/her name to be unlawfully parked as set out in this Section. (Ord. 3942, §1)

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Sec. 27-103. Reserved.

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Sec. 27-104. Two-hour parking - From 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. on certain municipal parking lots.

(1) Parking lot in Buehler Park, no motor vehicles shall be parked for a period of time longer than 2 hours, on the south side of the municipal parking lot situated west of Fairgrounds Road and bounded by Buehler Park in the city.

(2) Parking lot by Schuman Park, no motor vehicle shall be parked for a period of time longer than 2 hours, on the municipal parking lot situated at the intersection of Fourteenth Street and Oak Street and bounded by Schuman Park in the city.

It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any motor vehicle registered in his/her name to be unlawfully parked as set out in this Section. (Ord. 3942, §1)

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Sec. 27-105.  Two-hour parking – From 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – On certain streets or parts of streets.

Between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., except on Sundays, Saturdays and legal holidays, no motor vehicle shall be parked for a period of time longer than two hours, on the following streets or parts of streets:

  1. Sixth Street, on the north side, from a point twenty-three feet west of the intersection of Sixth Street and Elm Street, to a point eighty-one feet west of the intersection of Sixth Street and Elm Street.
    (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

  2. Seventh Street, on the north side, from a point thirty-nine feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Bishop Avenue to a point two hundred and seventy-six feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Bishop Avenue. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

  3. Seventh Street, on the south side, from a point seventy feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Elm Street, to a point two hundred and sixty feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Elm Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

  4. Seventh Street, on the north side, from a point ninety-four feet west of the intersection of Seventh Street and Olive Street, to a point one hundred and seventeen feet west of the intersection of Seventh Street and Olive Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

  5. Seventh Street ,on the south side, from a point forty-eight feet west of the intersection of Seventh Street and Cedar Street, to a point one hundred and seventy-two feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Cedar Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

  6. Eighth Street, on the north side, from a distance of fifty feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and State Street, to a point ninety-five feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and State Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

  7. Olive Street, on the east side, from a point thirty-three feet south of the intersection of Olive Street and Seventh Street, a point seventy-eight feet south of the intersection of Olive Street and Seventh Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any motor vehicle registered in his/her name to be unlawfully parked as set out in this Section. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

 

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Sec. 27-106. Public Parking Lot Permits.

The Public Works Director is authorized to designate to holders of valid parking permits the assignment of a parking space on select city owned parking lots.

  1. Requirements

    1. To purchase a permit, the applicant must provide the following information:
      • Current vehicle registration and license number of the vehicle
      • Driver’s license
      • Home address
      • Day time telephone number
    2. To purchase or renew an annual parking permit, all outstanding parking fines must be paid in full.
    3. If the vehicle is changed at any time during the year, it is the permit holder’s responsibility to attend to the transfer of the parking sticker by contacting the City of Rolla. If this does not occur and the vehicle is towed, it shall be at the permit holder’s expense.

  2. Billing/Replacement

    1. All parking permits must be paid for through the City of Rolla Finance Department by cash, check, credit card, or debit card.
    2. Permits will be issued by the City of Rolla Public Works Department on a first come, first served basis.  Every effort will be made to accommodate the permit holder’s choice of parking spaces when feasible.
    3. Permits will be issued in six month and twelve month increments.
    4. A six-month permit may be obtained for $120.  There are no refunds for this purchase.
    5. A twelve-month permit may be obtained at a discounted rate of $200.  There are no refunds for this purchase.

  3. Renewing/Cancelling/Transferring:

    1. Permits must be renewed 30 days in advance.  If the permit holder chooses to terminate the permit, all applicable parking stickers must be removed and destroyed.
    2. Individual permit holders who are terminating may not transfer their permit to another person without the expressed consent of the City of Rolla.
    3. Permit fees more than 30 days past the permit period are considered delinquent and may result in the parking permit being issued to another user.

  4. Space assignment:

    1. The City reserves the right of assignment of permitted spaces.
    2. Assignments will be made to the first eligible applicant on the appropriate waiting list.

  5. Parking sticker placement:

    1. The permit coincides with a pre-numbered parking space in a specified parking lot.  The permit is nontransferable and does not entitle the permit holder to park in any other permitted facility.
    2. The permit holder shall receive one parking sticker per permit cycle.
    3. The parking sticker shall be attached in a conspicuous location on the rear driver’s side of the vehicle, should be unobstructed, and should be observable to a traffic officer in a vehicle.  The parking sticker must match the allotted parking space.

  6. General:

    1. Failure to comply with the regulations may result in the issuance of citations, fees, fines, vehicle immobilization, towing of vehicle, collections, and/or further legal action.
    2. Any person convicted of a violation of this Section shall be subject to a fine, as established under Section 27-80, plus any additional court costs that may apply (Ord. 3942, §1)
    3. Backing in to a parking space is prohibited and will result in a ticket.
    4. All improperly parked vehicles will be ticketed.
    5. Parking permits shall not be sold or leased.
    6. Improper use of the permit will be grounds for revocation of the permit.  Vehicles displaying an expired or revoked permit will be subject to issuance of a citation.
    7. The City of Rolla shall not be held responsible for vandalism, thefts, or problems with vehicles parked on the lot.
    8. Replacement parking stickers shall be available for a $5.00 fee.
    9. Up to two vehicles may be registered to each parking permit provided both vehicles are registered to the same permit applicant.

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Sec. 27-107.  Ten-hour parking on certain municipal lots.

No motor vehicle shall be parked for a period of time longer than ten consecutive hours, excluding weekends, unless otherwise posted on the following municipal lots:

  1. Parking lot between Eighth Street and Ninth Street, west of Oak Street. (Ord. 3983)

  2. Parking lot between Ninth Street and Tenth Street, Elm Street and Oak Street, except for the four designated “Visitor Parking Spaces” at the southwest corner of the parking lot. (Ord. 3983)

  3. Parking lot between Seventh Street and Eighth Street, along the west side of Elm Street. No parking between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., excluding weekends, unless otherwise posted. (Ord. 3983)

  4. Parking lot on the north side of Eighth Street and the west side of Rolla Street. No parking between the hours of 1 a.m. and 5 a.m. (Ord. 3983)

  5. Parking lot on the east side of Park Street and the south side of Eighth Street and the west side of Main Street. No parking between the hours of 1 a.m. and 5 a.m. (Ord. 3983)

  6. Parking lot being that portion of Cedar Street between Fourth Street and Fifth Street and also being lots 141, 142, 143 and 144, Block 5 of the James Addition to Rolla. (Ord. 3983)

It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any motor vehicle registered in his/her name to be unlawfully parked as set out in this Section. (Ord. 3983, §1; Ord. 4210, §1, Ord. 4305, §2)

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Sec. 27-108. Ten-hour parking on certain streets.

  1. Seventh Street, on the north side, from a point one hundred and eighty-seven feet east of the center of the railroad tracks, to a point two hundred and seventy feet east of the center of the railroad tracts.

  2. Second Street on the south side from the intersection of Second Street and Faulkner Avenue to a point 60 feet east of the intersection of Second Street and Park Street.

  3. Second Street on the north side from the intersection of Second Street and Faulkner Avenue to the intersection of Second Street and Rolla Street.

  4. Park Street on the east side from the intersection of Park Street and Second Street to the intersection of Park Street and First Street.

  5. Park Street on the west side from the intersection of Park Street and Second Street to a point sixty feet (60’) south of the intersection of Park Street and Second Street.

  6. State Street on the east side from the intersection of State Street and Second Street to a point sixty feet (60’) south of the intersection of State Street and Second Street.

      It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any motor vehicle registered in his/her name to be unlawfully parked as set out in this Section. (Ord. 3942, §1; Repealed by Ord. 4041, §1)

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Sec. 27-109. Parking prohibited on residential streets in excess of seventy-two hours.

  1. Seventy-two hour parking limitations: It shall be unlawful for any person to park a vehicle upon any street in the City of Rolla, Missouri for a period in excess of seventy-two consecutive hours.

  2. Definitions: For the purpose of this Ordinance, the term “street” shall mean the entire width between the lines of every way publicly maintained when any part thereof is open to the uses of the public for purposes of vehicular travel; the term "vehicle" shall mean any vehicle in which title must be registered with the Department of Revenue of the State of Missouri.

  3. Exceptions: This Ordinance shall not apply to vehicles which are parked upon a street that directly abuts property owned by the registered owner of said vehicle, nor shall it apply to vehicles registered to persons residing on the property directly abutting the street where such vehicle is parked.

  4. Any person convicted of a violation of this Ordinance shall be subject to a fine, as established under Section 27-80, plus any additional court costs that may apply.  (Ord. 3942, §1; Repealed by Ord. 4041, §1)

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Sec. 27-110. Police parking only 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.

  1. Eleventh Street, on the south side, from a point thirty feet east of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Pine Street, to a point one hundred and fifteen feet east of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Pine Street.

  2. Eleventh Street, on the south side, from a point thirty feet west of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Elm Street, to a point one hundred and fifteen feet west of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Elm Street.

It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any motor vehicle registered in his/her name to be unlawfully parked as set out in this Section. (Ord. 3942, §1)

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Sec. 27-111. Parking prohibited from 7:00 A.M. to 9:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.

  1. Eleventh Street, on the south side, from the intersection of Asher Street to the intersection of Joyce Avenue, from 7:00 A.M. to 9:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.

It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any motor vehicle registered in his/her name to be unlawfully parked as set out in this Section. (Ord. 3942, §1)

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Sec. 27-112. Angle parking – On streets or parts of streets.

  1. Bryant Drive, on the west side, from a point seventy-five feet south of Kingshighway, to a point three hundred and five feet south of Kingshighway.

  2. Fourth Street, on the north side, from a point thirty-two feet west of Main Street, to a point seventy-six feet west of Main Street.

  3. Fourth Street, on the north side, from a point one hundred and forty-three feet west of Main Street, to a point two hundred and twenty-two feet west of Main Street.

  4. Park Street, on the east side, from a point forty-two feet north of the intersection of Park Street and Fourth Street, to a point ninety-six feet north of the intersection of Park Street and Fourth Street.

  5. Park Street, on the east side, from a point twenty feet south of the intersection of Park Street and Fifth Street, to a point eighty-seven feet south of the intersection of Park Street and Fifth Street. . (Ord. 3942, §1)

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Sec. 27-113. Parking on right of way of Railway Company – Prohibited in certain areas; exception.

(1) It shall be unlawful for any person to park or cause to be parked a motor vehicle upon that portion of right-of-way and property owned by the Railway Company, lying west of the main tract of the Railway Company and between Seventh Street and Tenth Street, in the city, except as provided in this Section.

Parking of vehicles for the purpose of transacting business or the loading and unloading of freight, shall not be deemed a violation of this Section.

It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any motor vehicle registered in his/her name to be unlawfully parked as set out in this Section. (Ord. 3942, §1)

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Sec. 27-114.  Manner of parking on certain streets.

  1. All motor vehicles, and all other vehicles, including bicycles, motorcycles, carts and wagons, shall be parked adjacent to and parallel to the curb on each side of the street, with such vehicle facing in a designated direction, on such designated streets as follows:

    1. Elm Street, between the intersection of Elm Street and Twelfth Street and the intersection of Elm Street and Fourteenth Street, in a southerly direction only and between the intersection of Ninth Street and Tenth Street, in a southerly direction only. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3974, §1)

    2. Fourth Street, between the intersection of Rolla Street and Pine Street, in an easterly direction only. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3974, §1)

    3. Park Street, between the intersection of Park Street and Sixth Street and the intersection of Park Street and Ninth Street, in a northerly direction only. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3974, §1)

    4. Pine Street, between the intersection of Pine Street and Sixth Street and the intersection of Pine Street and Twelfth Street, in a northerly direction only. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3974, §1)

    5. Rolla Street, between the intersection of Rolla Street and Sixth Street and the intersection of Rolla Street and Twelfth Street, in a southerly direction only. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3974, §1)

    6. State Street, between the intersection of State Street and Sixth Street and the intersection of State Street and Ninth Street, in a southerly direction only. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3974, §1)

    7. Twelfth Street, between the intersection of Rolla Street and Pine Street, in an westerly direction only. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3974, §1)

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Sec. 27-115. Parking prohibited along a curb with yellow markings.

No person shall park a vehicle along a curb which has been painted yellow by authorized city personnel, such yellow markings hereby being declared to designate no parking zones. (Ord. 3942, §1)

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Sec. 27-116. Parking within marked boundaries.

Where a parking space has been painted or marked by authorized city personnel, a vehicle parked in such space shall be parked fully within the limits of the marked boundaries of such space. (Ord. 3942, §1)

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Sec 27-117. Parking prohibited on the Police parking lot located at Eleventh and Elm.

Police Station Parking Lot, that no vehicle shall be parked on the municipal parking lot at Eleventh and Elm, except for police business only. (Ord. 3942, §1)

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Article VII - Restricted Parking In the Downtown Business District


Sec. 27-118.  Two-hour parking – From 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on certain streets or parts of streets.

      Between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., except on Sundays and legal holidays, no motor vehicles for a period of time more than two hours shall be parked on the following streets or parts of streets:

      (1)     Sixth Street, on the north side, from a point thirty-five feet west of the intersection of Sixth Street and Pine Street, to a point fifty-nine feet west of the intersection of Sixth Street and Pine Street.
(Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (2)     Seventh Street, on the south side, from a point fifty-five feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Rolla Street, to a point ninety-seven feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Rolla Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (3)     Seventh Street, on the south side, from a point twenty-eight feet west of the intersection of Seventh Street and Pine Street, to a point ninety-six feet west of the intersection of Seventh Street and Pine Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (4)     Seventh Street, on the south side, from a point thirty-two feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Pine Street, to a point one hundred and forty-six feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Pine Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (5)     Seventh Street, on the north side, from a point fifty-three feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Rolla Street, to a point seventy-eight feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Rolla Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (6)     Seventh Street, on the north side, from a point twenty-eight feet west of the intersection of Seventh Street and Pine Street, to a point one hundred and ten feet west of the intersection of Seventh Street and Pine Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (7)     Seventh Street, on the north side, from a point twenty-nine feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Pine Street, to a point one hundred and thirty-two feet east of the intersection of Seventh Street and Pine Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (8)     Eighth Street, on the north side, from a point twenty-five feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Park Street, to a point ninety-seven feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Park Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (9)     Eighth Street, on the south side, from a point forty-nine feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Park Street, to a point forty-two feet west of the intersection of Eighth Street and Main Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (10)   Eighth Street, on the south side, from a point forty-eight feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Main Street, to a point one hundred and six feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Main Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (11)   Eighth Street, on the south side, from a point twenty-nine feet west of the intersection of Eighth Street and Rolla Street, to a point eighty feet west of the intersection of Eighth Street and Rolla Street. (Ord. 3942, §1)

      (12)   Eighth Street, on the north side, from a point thirty-five feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Rolla Street, to a point fifty-seven feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Rolla Street. (Ord. 3942, §1)

      (13)   Eighth Street, on the south side, from a point thirty feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Rolla Street, to a point seventy nine feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Rolla Street. (Ord. 3942, §1)

      (14)   Eighth Street, on the south side, from a point thirty-three feet west of the intersection of Eighth Street and Pine Street, to a point one hundred and seventeen feet west of the intersection of Eighth Street and Pine Street. (Ord. 3942, §1)

      (15)   Eighth Street, on the north side, from a point seventy-seven feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Pine Street, to a point two hundred and forty-four feet east of the intersection of Eighth Street and Pine Street. (Ord. 3942, §1)

      (16)   Eight Street, on the north side, from a point forty feet west of the intersection of Eighth Street and Oak Street, to a point one hundred and twenty-four feet west of the intersection of Eighth Street and Oak Street. (Ord. 3942, §1)

      (17)   Ninth Street, on the north side, from a point seventeen feet east of the intersection of Ninth Street and Rolla Street, to a point seventy-seven feet east of the intersection of Ninth Street and Rolla Street. (Ord. 3942, §1)

      (18)   Ninth Street, on the north side, from a point twenty-eight feet west of the intersection of Ninth Street and Pine Street, to a point one hundred and fifty-four feet west of the intersection of Ninth Street and Pine Street. (Ord. 3942, §1)

      (19)   Ninth Street, on the north side, from a point fifty-two feet east of the intersection of Ninth Street and Pine Street, to a point seventy-four feet east of the intersection of Ninth Street and Pine Street. (Ord. 3983, §1)

      (20) Ninth Street, on the south side, from a point twenty feet east of the intersection of Ninth Street and Rolla Street, to a point eighty-three feet east of the intersection of Ninth Street and Rolla Street.
(Ord. 3942, §1)

      (21)   Ninth Street, on the south side, from a point forty-two feet west of the intersection of Ninth Street and Pine Street, to a point one hundred thirty-one feet west of the intersection of Ninth Street and Pine Street. (Ord. 3942, §1)

      (22)   Ninth Street, on the south side, from a point thirty-eight feet east of the intersection of Ninth Street and Pine Street, to a point fifty-seven feet east of the intersection of Ninth Street and Pine Street.
(Ord. 3942, §1)

      (23)   Eleventh Street, on the north side, from a point thirty feet east of intersection of Eleventh Street and Rolla Street, to a point seventy-four feet east of intersection of Eleventh Street and Rolla Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (24)   Eleventh Street, on the south side, from a point thirty-four feet west of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Pine Street, to a point fifty-eight feet west of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Pine Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

(25) Eleventh Street, on the north side, from a point twenty-five feet east of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Pine Street, to a point twenty-eight feet west of the intersection of Eleventh Street and Elm Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (26)   Eleventh Street, on the south side, from a point fifty-three feet west of intersection of Eleventh Street and Oak Street, to a point one hundred fifty eight feet west of intersection of Eleventh Street and Oak Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (27)   Main Street, on west side, from a point thirty-three feet north of the intersection of Main Street and Seventh Street, to a point one hundred and twenty-three feet north of the intersection of Main Street and Seventh Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (28)   Main Street, on west side, from a point sixty-one feet north of the intersection of Main Street and Eighth Street, to a point one hundred and twenty feet north of the intersection of Main Street and Eighth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (29)   Main Street, on west side, from a point thirty-four feet south of the intersection of Main Street and Ninth Street, to a point one hundred and nine feet south of the intersection of Main Street and Ninth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (30)   Main Street, on the east side, from a point forty-two feet north of the intersection of Main Street and Eighth Street, to a point one hundred and five feet north of the intersection of Main Street and Eighth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (31)   Main Street, on east side, from a point thirty-five feet south of the intersection of Main Street and Ninth Street, to a point one hundred and five feet south of the intersection of Main Street and Ninth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (32)   Rolla Street, on the west side, from a point thirty-five feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Sixth Street, to a point seventy-three feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Sixth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (33)   Rolla Street, on the west side, from a point thirty feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Seventh Street, to a point one hundred and ten feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Seventh Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (34)   Rolla Street, on the east side, from a point twenty-six feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Sixth Street, to a point twenty-two feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Seventh Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (35)   Rolla Street, on the west side, from a point fifty-seven feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Seventh Street, to a point one hundred and sixteen feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Seventh Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (36)   Rolla Street, on the west side, from a point twenty-three feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eighth Street, to a point eighty-three feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eighth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (37)   Rolla Street, on the east side, from a point seventy-five feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Seventh Street, to a point one hundred and fourteen feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Seventh Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (38)   Rolla Street, on the east side, from a point twenty-eight feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eighth Street, to a point ninety feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eighth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (39)   Rolla Street, on the west side, from a point twenty-seven feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eighth Street, to a point one hundred and twenty-seven feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eighth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (40)   Rolla Street, on the west side, from a point thirty-two feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Ninth Street, to a point fifty-three feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Ninth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (41)   Rolla Street, on the east side, from a point twenty-five feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eighth Street, to a point one hundred and six feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eighth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (42)   Rolla Street, on the east side, from a point thirty feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Ninth Street, to a point one hundred feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eighth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (43)   Rolla Street, on the west side, from a point thirty feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Ninth Street, to a point one hundred and twenty feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Ninth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (44)   Rolla Street, on the west side, from a point fifty feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Tenth Street, to a point seventy-five feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Tenth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (45)   Rolla Street, on the east side, from a point twenty-seven feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Tenth Street, to a point two hundred and seven feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Tenth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (46)   Rolla Street, on the west side, from a point eighty-five feet north of the intersection of Rolla Street and Tenth Street, to intersection of Rolla Street and Tenth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1; Ord. 4289, §3)

      (47)   Rolla Street, on the west side, from a point seventy-five feet south of the intersection of Rolla Street and Eleventh Street, the intersection of Rolla Street and Eleventh Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1, Ord. 4289, §3)

      (48)   Pine Street, on the west side, from a point twenty-five feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Sixth Street, to a point eighty-six feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Sixth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (49)   Pine Street, on the west side, from a point thirty-three feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Seventh Street, to a point ninety-five feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Seventh Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (50)   Pine Street, on the east side, from a point twenty feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Sixth Street, to a point thirty-five feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Seventh Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

(51)   Pine Street, on the west side, from a point twenty-nine feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Seventh Street, to a point one hundred and seventy-four feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Seventh Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (52)   Pine Street, on the east side, from a point twenty-six feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Seventh Street, to a point two hundred and thirteen feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Seventh Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (53)   Pine Street, on the west side, from a point forty-seven feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Eighth Street, to a point one hundred and twelve feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Eighth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (54)   Pine Street, on the west side, from a point thirty-two feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Ninth Street, to a point one hundred and eleven feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Ninth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (55)   Pine Street, on the east side, from a point twenty-five feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Eighth Street, to a point seventy-six feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Eighth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (56)   Pine Street, on the east side, from a point thirty-five feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Ninth Street, to a point one hundred twenty-three feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Ninth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (57)   Pine Street, on the west side, from a point thirty-one feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Ninth Street, to a point thirty-one feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Tenth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (58)   Pine Street, on the east side, from a point sixty-three feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Ninth Street, to a point eighty-two feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Ninth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (59)   Pine Street, on the east side, from a point thirty feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Tenth Street, to a point ninety-nine feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Tenth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (60)   Pine Street, on the west side, from a point twenty-two feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Tenth Street, to a point forty-two feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Tenth street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (61)   Pine Street, on the west side, from a point thirty-three feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Eleventh Street, to a point one hundred and eighty-eight feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Eleventh Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

(62)   Pine Street, on the east side, from a point thirty-nine feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Tenth Street, to a point eighty-one feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Tenth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (63)   Pine Street, on the east side, from a point fifty-six feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Eleventh Street, to a point one hundred and forty-seven feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Eleventh Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (64)   Pine Street, on the west side, from a point thirty-five feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Twelfth Street, to a point thirty feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Eleventh Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (65)   Pine Street, on the east side, from a point seventy-two feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Eleventh Street, to a point one hundred and thirty-one feet north of the intersection of Pine Street and Eleventh Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (66)   Pine Street, on the east side, from a point thirty feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Twelfth Street, to a point one hundred and seventeen feet south of the intersection of Pine Street and Twelfth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (67)   Elm Street, on the east side, from a point thirty-five feet south of the intersection of Elm Street and Tenth Street, to a point fifty-two feet south of the intersection of Elm Street and Tenth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (68)   Elm Street, on the west side, from a point thirty-four feet north of the intersection of Elm Street and Tenth Street, to a point seventy-four feet north of the intersection of Elm Street and Tenth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      (69)   Elm Street, on the west side, from a point one hundred and forty-three feet north of the intersection of Elm Street and Tenth Street, to a point one hundred and seventy-five feet north of the intersection of Elm Street and Tenth Street. (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

      It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any motor vehicle registered in his/her name to be unlawfully parked as set out in this Section.  (Ord. 3942, §1; Ord. 3983, §1)

 

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Sec. 27-119. Unlawful parking generally.

Parking spaces as described in Section 27-118 may be used by a vehicle during the legal parking limit provided by this Code or other ordinances of the city. A vehicle shall be considered as unlawfully parked if it remains in a space beyond the legal parking limit.

All vehicles parked on any public street in the city shall be parked parallel to and not more than eighteen inches from the curb on all streets having curbs except where angle parking spaces have been officially delineated by paint markings, and on all other streets such vehicles shall be parked parallel to and as close to the right hand side of such street as practicable; provided, however, that this Section does not apply to motor vehicles designed for and being used for the unloading of goods and merchandise during the periods from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. and from 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. on Pine Street between Sixth Street and Twelfth Street. (Ord. 2146, §2; Ord. 2663, §1; Ord. 2733, §1.)

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Sec. 27-120. Responsibility of vehicle owner for unlawful parking.

It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or permit any vehicle registered in his name to be unlawfully parked as set out in Section 27-119. (Ord. 2146, §2.)

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Sec. 27-121. Traffic officers to issue complaints.

It shall be the duty of traffic officers so instructed to take the state vehicle tag numbers of all persons violating the provision of this Article and make complaints therefore in the municipal or police court of the city. (Ord. 2146, §2.)

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Secs. 27-122 to 27-126. Reserved.

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Article VIII - Handicapped Parking

Sec. 27-127. Prohibition against parking in handicapped parking spaces.

It shall be unlawful for any person to park a motor vehicle in a parking space designated herein for physically disabled persons, who does not display on said vehicle a distinguishing license plate or placard issued by the Director of Revenue of the State of Missouri. (Ord. 2467, §1.)

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Sec. 27-128. City engineer to designate parking spaces.

The city engineer is empowered to designate parking spaces on city streets for the exclusive use of vehicles displaying distinguishing license plate or placard authorized by Section 301.071 RSMo or 301.142 RSMo. Whenever a parking space has been so designated, it shall be indicated by blue paint on the curb or edge of the paved portion of the street adjacent to the space. In addition to blue paint, the space shall be indicated by a sign upon which shall be inscribed the international symbol of accessibility and the words "handicapped parking" in white letters on a blue background. The city engineer shall keep in his office a registry listing the locations of such designated parking spaces and such listing shall constitute the official designation of such parking spaces by the City of Rolla, Missouri. (Ord. 2467, §1.)

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Sec. 27-129. City engineer to designate parking spaces on privately owned parking lots.

  1. The city engineer shall have the authority to designate handicapped parking spaces on off-street parking facilities that are privately owned at the request of the person or the corporation in lawful possession thereof. Vehicles, not displaying license plates or placards as provided in Sections 301.071 or 301.142 RSMo shall, at the complaint of the person in lawful possession of such parking facility or his designee to the police department, be subject to towing at the owner's expense, provided, that there is posted immediately adjacent to such designated parking space, and readily visible from such space a sign on which is inscribed the international symbol of accessibility in white on a blue background and may include any appropriate wording to indicate that the space is reserved for exclusive use of vehicles which display the distinguishing license plate or card. Towed vehicles may be reclaimed by contacting the Rolla Police Department and paying the costs of towing and removal. The city engineer shall keep in his office a registry listing the locations of such designated parking spaces and such listing shall constitute the official designation of such parking spaces on privately owned parking facilities in the City of Rolla, Missouri.

  2. Any person convicted of a violation of this Ordinance shall be subject to a fine of fifty ($50.00) dollars. (Ord. 2467, §1; Ord. 2607, §1; Ord. 2619, §1.)

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Sec. 27-130. Prohibition against parking in handicapped parking spaces in a privately owned parking facility.

It shall be unlawful for any person to park a motor vehicle in a parking space designated for handicapped parking in a privately owned parking facility that has complied with the provisions of this Article. (Ord. 2467, §1.)

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Secs. 27-131 to 27-154. Reserved.

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Article IX - Impoundment & Disposition of Motor Vehicles

Sec. 27-155. Definitions

Vehicle - A machine propelled by power other than human power designed to travel along the ground by use of wheels, treads, runners or slides and transport persons or property or pull machinery and shall include, without limitation: automobiles, trucks, trailers, motorcycles, tractors, or any part or portion thereof. (Ord. 2192, §1.)

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Sec. 27-156. Authority of police to remove vehicles.

The police department is hereby authorized to remove or to have removed any vehicle from the streets or other public places to the nearest garage or other place of safety, or to a garage designated or maintained by the police department or otherwise maintained by the city under the following conditions:

  1. When any vehicle is left unattended upon any bridge, viaduct or causeway or in any tunnel where such vehicle constitutes an obstruction to traffic.

  2. When a vehicle upon a street or highway is so disabled to constitute an obstruction to traffic and the person in charge of the vehicle is, by reason of physical injury incapacitated to such an extent as to be unable to provide for its custody or removal.

  3. When any vehicle is left unattended upon a street and is so parked illegally as to constitute a definite hazard or obstruction to the normal movement of traffic, or so as to obstruct the use of any trafficway or alleyway adjoining said street; any time a vehicle is parked in a prohibited area that is so designated by signs or other official markings; and any time a vehicle is parked upon a street without having valid license plates properly displayed thereon.

  4. Whenever an operator of a vehicle is arrested or detained by a law enforcement officer, and such arrest or detention would leave such vehicle unattended.

  5. Whenever a motor vehicle is parked upon any property owned or maintained or operated by the city for the parking of motor vehicles for a longer period of time than is lawfully permitted for a vehicle to remain parked thereon without regard to parking charges.

  6. Whenever a motor vehicle is found unattended upon any property owned or controlled by the city not devoted to the parking of motor vehicles.

  7. Whenever a motor vehicle upon any street or highway is left unattended in such a manner that the vehicle is inoperable, (not resting upon the tires, or, without its engine, transmission, or any essential part of the engine or transmission); and after a notice having been placed on the vehicle for a period of at least 24 hours that the vehicle would be subject to being impounded if not removed within such 24 hour period. (Ord. 2036, §2; Ord. 2192, §1.)

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Sec. 27-157. Leaving wrecked, non operating vehicles on city streets.

It shall be unlawful for any person to leave any partially dismantled, or non operating or wrecked vehicle on any street or highway within the city. (Ord. 2192, §1.)

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Sec. 27-158. Period of impoundment; option to return.

Any such vehicle shall be impounded until claimed or disposed of; provided, that the police department shall have the option, when such vehicle is registered to a resident of the city, to cause the same to be returned to the residence of the registered owner and the cost of the towing of such vehicle shall be assessed and paid by the registered owner thereof. (Ord. 2036, §2; Ord. 2636, §1; Ord. 2751, §1.)

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Sec. 27-159. Owner to apply for vehicle; pay costs.

Any vehicle so impounded shall be held until the owner or his authorized agent applies for same and pays the costs of removing and storing said vehicles. (Ord. 2036, §2.)

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Sec. 27-160. Satisfaction of traffic tickets.

In addition to said tow-in and storage costs, before any such vehicle is released, the person applying for same shall satisfy any outstanding traffic tickets issued in connection with the operation of such vehicle, including any ticket issued in connection with the towing, either by payment to the municipal court or by posting bond for appearance in municipal court. (Ord. 2036, §2.)

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Secs. 27-161 to 27-170. Reserved.

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Article X - Parades

Sec. 27-171. Parades - Permit required.

It shall be unlawful for one or more persons to walk upon the streets of the City of Rolla or operate a motor vehicle upon the streets of the City of Rolla in a procession commonly referred to as a "parade" without first obtaining a permit from the chief of police as provided in this Ordinance. (Ord. 2182, §1.)

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Sec. 27-172. Parade permits - Application.

Persons desiring to conduct a parade upon the streets of the City of Rolla shall first make application at least fourteen (14) days prior to the event date to the chief of police by completing a form prescribed by the chief of police which shall set forth the following: the name of the persons of organization seeking to conduct such a parade; the proposed date and time for the beginning and ending of the parade; the proposed route to be followed by the parade procession; the expected number of participants in the parade; an acknowledgement and acceptance of the Parade Rules as provided by the chief of police and such further information as the chief of police might require. (Ord. 2182, §2; Ord. 2766, §1.)

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Sec. 27-173. Parade permits - Duties of chief of police.

It shall be the duty of the chief of police to provide all persons desiring to conduct a parade within the City of Rolla with a copy of the Parade Rules as approved by the city council and to furnish such applicants with an application form as described above. (Ord. 2182, §3.)

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Sec. 27-174. Parade rules.

  1. Consumption or display of alcoholic beverages are prohibited.

  2. No parade vehicles may be operated at excessive speeds or be operated so as to break traction.

  3. No parade vehicles may be operated any closer than five feet from a parked car or curb.

  4. Persons participating in a parade may not distribute gifts, merchandise, literature, hand-outs, candy or other materials from moving vehicles or parade floats during the parade. Participants may assign walkers to hand or toss items to spectators along the parade route. Walkers shall only distribute gifts, merchandise, literature, hand-outs, candy or other materials as far off the road as possible to avoid children and other spectators from running into the streets and so long as such activity does not draw spectators into the streets. (Ord. 4033, §1)

  5. No parade participant shall appear in a state of nudity.

  6. No parade participant shall conduct themselves in such a way so as to threaten, curse or offend any other person.

  7. Parade participants shall be responsible for cleanup after the termination of the parade activities.

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Sec. 27-175. Issuance of permit; special requirements; appeals for denial of permit.

Upon the filing of a completed application form, the chief of police shall issue a Parade Permit setting forth the date, time and location of the proposed parade to the applicants. In addition, the chief of police shall have the authority to, if in his judgment the circumstances warrant, make special requirements of such applicants before issuing the permit which may include: a different parade route; a different time for the parade; a different day for the parade; the furnishing of security personnel to assist the police department in supervising the parade; and a money deposit to cover the costs of property damage or clean-up.

In the event such application for a permit is denied by the chief of police, then the applicant or applicants may appeal to the city council for such permit, and such appeal shall be heard and determined within a reasonable time thereafter, and the decision of the city council thereon shall be final. (Ord. 2182, §4.)

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Sec. 27-176. Penalty provisions.

Any person violating the provisions of this Ordinance shall be guilty of an offense and be subject to a fine not to exceed five hundred dollars ($500.00) or imprisonment for a period not to exceed three (3) months, or by both such fine and imprisonment. (Ord. 2182, §5.)

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Article XI - Fire Lanes

Sec. 27-190. Designation.

The Fire Chief or authorized representatives shall approve, require, and designate public and/or private fire lanes as deemed necessary for the efficient and effective operation of fire vehicles, personnel, and apparatus. Only those fire lanes approved by the Fire Chief or authorized representative will be enforced. A fire lane shall be posted with signs at least every forty (40) linear feet. Said fire lane shall be deemed to encompass that area within a twenty foot (20') radius of any fire lane sign or markings posted pursuant to this section. Posted signs will comply with the "Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices" and at a minimum contain the following language: "FIRE LANE NO PARKING". Markings shall include a painted red striped area measuring eight feet (8') from the curb/pavement edge and extending twenty feet (20') either side of a posted sign. Upon application to and approval by the Fire Chief or authorized representative, a private property owner may be granted fire lane designation for such property. Installation of approved signage on private property will be the responsibility of the permit applicant/property owner. If an applicant/property owner is required by the City to post a fire lane, upon request, the signs will be provided by the City at cost or the applicant/property owner can obtain an approved sign from a vendor. When an area is posted as a fire lane as provided herein, it shall be presumed that said area is designated as a fire lane by or with the authority of the Fire Chief. (Ord. 3607, §1)

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Sec. 27-191. Parking prohibited.

It shall be unlawful to have an unattended vehicle standing, stopped, or parked in or otherwise blocking or obstructing any portion of a designated fire lane at any time. Signs and markings shall be posted and placed to identify such fire lanes and to serve notice that standing, stopping, and/or parking is prohibited therein. Such illegally parked vehicles will be subject to fines and/or towing at the expense of the owner. All designated fire lane signs shall be maintained in a clean and legible condition at all times and replaced when necessary to ensure adequate visibility. This maintenance shall be the responsibility of the permit applicant/property owner. (Ord. 3607, §2)

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Sec. 27-192. Penalty.

Any violation of this Article shall be considered a simple misdemeanor or Municipal infraction as provided for in this Chapter. (Sec. 27-80) (Ord. 1157, §2; Ord. 2560; §1; Ord. 2894, §2; Ord. 3163, §1; Ord. 3607, §3)

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Sec. 27-193. Enforcement.

It will be the responsibility of the Police Department to enforce the provisions of this Article as they apply to both public and private properties. The Rolla City Police Department is hereby authorized to ticket, tow, or cause to be towed, pursuant to the Code of Rolla, as amended, any vehicle that has been parked or placed upon the public or private street in violation of the parking laws of this City and/or State. This shall serve as appropriate notice of such authorization to the Rolla City Police Department under the Code of Rolla, as amended. By applying for a fire lane designation, any applicant private property owner and its employees and assigns hereby agree to release, indemnify, and hold harmless the City, its officers, employees, and agents from any damage or liability resulting from any ticketing or towing authorized under this Article. (Ord. 3607, §4)

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Sec. 27-194. Presumption of liability.

The fact that a vehicle that is illegally parked is registered in the name of a person will be considered prima facie proof that such person was in control of the vehicle at the time of such parking. (Sections 27-74 through 27-130 except 27-76, 77, 82, 89, 90, 91). (Ord. 3607, §5)

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Secs. 27-195 to 27-199. Reserved.

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