No person may stop, stand or park a vehicle except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the specific directions of a police officer or traffic control device in any of the following places:
   (a)   Within any fire lane posted with signs or pavement markings;
   (b)   Within five feet of the edge of a driveway as measured from the end of the wing of the driveway, or the end of the driveway curb return;
   (c)   Within five feet of the intersection of any public or private driveway or alleyway with any street or highway;
   (d)   Within five feet of a mailbox;
   (e)   Within any public alleyway, as marked; or
   (f)   Except as parallel to the curb or roadway edge, unless perpendicular parking has officially been established along the curb or roadway edge, as evidenced by white transverse parking lines or signage erected by the authority.
(1958 Code, § 174.06(4)) (Recodified by Ord. 2013-9, passed 4-1-2013)