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.010 Definitions. The following words and terms as used in this section shall have the following meanings:
.0101 "Oversized Vehicle" shall mean any of the following:
(a) Any motorized vehicle as defined in Section 670 of the Vehicle Code or combination of motorized vehicle(s) and/or non-motorized vehicle(s), including any attached trailers, vehicles or loads thereon, which exceeds 22 feet in length or 7 feet in width and 7 feet in height. To determine the height, width or length of a vehicle defined in this section, any extension to the vehicle caused by mirrors, air conditioners, or similar attachments allowed by Section 35109, 35110 or 35111 of the Vehicle Code, as the same may be amended from time to time, shall not be included.
(b) Any camp trailer, camper, fifth wheel travel trailer, house car, mobilehome, trailer coach, as defined in California Vehicle Code Sections 242, 243, 324, 362, 396, 635, or successor statutes, or any recreational vehicle, as defined by California Health and Safety Code Section 18010 or successor statute.
.0102 "Loading and Unloading" shall mean loading or unloading passengers or material to or from an Oversized Vehicle including the activities required to prepare the vehicle for travel or storage.
.020 Parking Prohibition. Unless otherwise authorized by this section or Sections 14.32.200 and 14.32.205 of this Code, no person shall stop, stand, park or leave standing any Oversized Vehicle on any public street.
.030 Exemptions. This section shall not apply to:
.0301 Oversized Vehicles involved in an emergency or being repaired under emergency conditions. Emergency parking may be allowed for 24 consecutive hours where an Oversized Vehicle is left parked on a City street because of mechanical breakdown or because of physical incapacity of the driver or owner.
.0302 Oversized Vehicles belonging to federal, state or local authorities or public utilities that are parked while the operator of the vehicle is conducting official business.
.0303 Oversized Vehicles actively engaged in Loading and Unloading or deliveries of person, merchandise, wares, supplies, goods or other materials in the course of construction or other work from or to an adjacent residence or building. Oversized Vehicle actively engaging in Loading and Unloading shall park at the street curb immediately adjacent to the residence or building, or within 400 feet of the residence if this area is not available for parking due to curb configuration or codified parking restrictions.
.0304 Oversized Vehicles engaged in Loading and Unloading and/or preparation for travel and displaying a temporary placard issued by the City pursuant to administrative guidelines or regulations that may be established by the City Manager as necessary to facilitate implementation and enforcement of this Chapter.
.0305 Oversized Vehicles parked or standing in connection with, and in aid of, the performance of a service to or on a property in the block in which such Oversized Vehicle is parked.
.0306 The City Traffic and Transportation Manager shall erect, or cause to be erected, signs giving notice of restrictions provided in this section. (Ord. 6434 § 1; April 10, 2018.)