(a) The following parking restrictions shall apply to both public and private property, the restrictions shall apply to parking spaces designated and reserved for physically disabled persons by state and local law and to those spaces created through the action of persons who own or are in lawful possession of the subject property.
(b) No person shall park a in parking spaces designated and reserved for the physically disabled unless:
(1) That person is physically disabled or is operating the vehicle under the direction and for the use of a physically disabled person, and
(2) Such vehicle visibly bears or contains a proper identifying certificate.
(c) Vehicles in violation may be removed, and kept in custody under the direction of the Police Chief.
(d) In any prosecution charging a violation of the above provisions, proof of the identity of the registered of the particular vehicle described in the citation or complaint at the time of the violation shall create a prima facie presumption that that individual was the person who parked such vehicle at the point where the violation occurred.
(1958 Code, § 103.01) (Ord. 136, passed 4-17-1958; deleted by Ord. 95-22, passed 11-20-1995; recodified by Ord. 2013-9, passed 4-1-2013)