CHAPTER 8: TRAFFIC CODE
      Article
         1.   UNIFORM TRAFFIC CODE
         2.   THROUGH STREETS, STOP STREETS, ONE-WAY STREETS, LOAD LIMITS, PROHIBITED PARKING AND MISCELLANEOUS TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
         3.   TOWING PROVISIONS
         4.   BICYCLES
         5.   TRAFFIC SCHEDULES
         6.   PARKING SCHEDULES
         7.   MOTORIZED SKATEBOARDS
         8.   VEHICLE SEIZURE AND IMPOUNDMENT
         9.   AUTOMATED TRAFFIC LAW ENFORCEMENT SYSTEMS
ARTICLE 1:  UNIFORM TRAFFIC CODE
Section
   8-1-1   Adoption of provisions of Illinois Vehicle Code by reference
   8-1-2   Penalties and related provisions
§ 8-1-1  ADOPTION OF PROVISIONS OF ILLINOIS VEHICLE CODE BY REFERENCE.
   (A)   The Illinois Vehicle Code, 65 ILCS 5/100 et seq., as amended from time to time is hereby adopted by reference to be applied within the corporate limits of the village to the extent permitted by law and to the extent that its subject matter is not regulated by the Carol Stream Village Code or inconsistent with any lawful provisions of the Carol Stream Village Code.
   (B)   All references in section of the Illinois Vehicle Code to “this code” shall be to sections of the Illinois Vehicle Code. References to a state employee or official may be to a corresponding village employee or official where such reference is applicable or necessary. Any provisions of the Illinois Vehicle Code adopted herein may be cited by placing “8-1:” before the appropriate Illinois Vehicle Code section (i.e., 8-1-11-501, Carol Stream Traffic Code).
   (C)   The burden of proof for any offense classified as a “petty” offense or “business” offense in the Illinois Vehicle Code adopted herein shall be by a preponderance of the evidence. Offenses classified therein as “misdemeanor” offenses shall be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.
(Ord. 2004-10-56, passed 10-4-2004)
§ 8-1-2  PENALTIES AND RELATED PROVISIONS.
   (A)   A violation of any provision of this title, unless otherwise specified, or of an offenses classified as “petty” offenses under the aforesaid provisions of the Illinois Vehicle Code shall be punishable by a fine of not less than $60, nor more than $1,000, for each offense. Offenses classified as business offenses under the provisions of the Illinois Vehicle Code, adopted by reference pursuant to this chapter, shall be punishable as set forth herein.
   (B)   Offenses classified as “misdemeanors” under the provisions of the Illinois Vehicle Code, adopted by reference pursuant to this chapter, shall be subject to a fine or imprisonment for a determinant term according to the following limitations:
      (1)   For a class A misdemeanor, imprisonment for any term less than one year and/or a fine of not less than $1,000 and not to exceed $2,500, except as provided in division (B)(4) below;
      (2)   For a class B misdemeanor, imprisonment for not more than six months and/or a fine of not less than $300 and not to exceed $1,500;
      (3)   For a class C misdemeanor imprisonment for not more than 30 days and/or a fine of not less than $150 and not to exceed $1,500;
      (4)   The court, upon making a finding of guilty for any offense under §§ 8-1-11-501 or 8-1-11-503 of this code, in addition to any sentence alternative elected by the court, shall impose a fine of not less than $2,000 if the defendant has previously been convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or any prohibited controlled substance under any local code or under § 11-503 of the Illinois Vehicle Code, or a similar provision under local ordinance;
      (5)   The court, upon making a finding of guilty of any offense under § 8-1-11-501 of this code, in addition to any sentencing alternative elected by the court, shall impose an additional fine of $500 if the defendant had a breath alcohol content of 0.160 or higher in the case for which he or she is being sentenced; and
      (6)   In addition to any other alternative sentence imposed by the court, an individual found guilty of a violation of § 8-1-11-501, whose operation of a motor vehicle while in violation of § 8-1-11-501, proximately caused an incident resulting in an appropriate emergency response, shall be required to make restitution to a public agency for the costs of that emergency response. The restitution may not exceed $1,000 per public agency for each emergency response. As used in this division (B)(6), EMERGENCY RESPONSE means any incident requiring a response by a police officer, a firefighter carried on the rolls of a regularly constituted Fire Department or an ambulance.
   (C)   All fines recited herein are in addition to all costs, including DUI tech fees mandated by state statute which is adopted herein by reference.
   (D)   The court, upon making a finding of guilty for any offense under § 8-1-11-501(a)(3), 8-1-11-501(a)(4), 8-1-11 -501(a)(5) or 8-1-11-501(6) of this code, in addition to any sentence alternative elected by the court, shall impose a fee in the amount of $50 for costs incurred by the village for equipment and the handling of drug samples.
   (E)   The fine for a violation of § 11- 1301.3(a) of the Traffic Code shall be $350.  Any person found guilty or liable of violating the provisions of subsection (a-1) a first time shall be fined $600. Any person found guilty or liable of violating subsection (a-1) a second or subsequent time shall be fined $1,000. Any person found guilty or liable of violating subsection (a-2) shall be fined $2,500.
(Ord. 2004-10-56, passed 10-4-2004; Ord. 2011-12-45, passed 12-19-2011; Ord. 2019-07- 22, passed 7-15-2019)
ARTICLE 2:  THROUGH STREETS, STOP STREETS, ONE-WAY STREETS, LOAD LIMITS, PROHIBITED PARKING AND MISCELLANEOUS TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
Section
   8-2-1   Through streets
   8-2-2   Duty of driver at stop intersections; maintenance of signs
   8-2-3   Yielding right-of-way
   8-2-4   One-way streets and alleys
   8-2-5   Overweight and/or overdimension vehicles
   8-2-6   Permits for overweight and/or overdimension vehicles
   8-2-7   Vehicles prohibited on certain streets
   8-2-8   Limited parking zones
   8-2-9   Prohibited parking; alleys
   8-2-10   Prohibited parking; overnight
   8-2-11   Prohibited parking; after snowstorm
   8-2-12   Prohibited parking; private property
   8-2-13   Prohibited parking; unpaved surfaces
   8-2-14   Prohibited parking; for sales of vehicles and merchandise
   8-2-15   Prohibited parking; loading zones
   8-2-16   Prohibited parking; bus and taxicab stands
   8-2-17   Parking prohibited; intersections
   8-2-18   Stopping, standing or parking prohibited; no signs required
   8-2-19   Issuance of permits for special parking privileges for persons with disabilities
   8-2-20   (Reserved)
   8-2-21   Authority to erect signs
   8-2-22   Operation of motor vehicles upon sidewalks, unpaved public rights-of-way and certain public property prohibited
   8-2-23   Unnecessary noise; loss of control in operation of vehicles prohibited
   8-2-24   Riding on part of vehicle not intended for passengers prohibited
   8-2-25   Firefighters authorized to direct traffic
   8-2-26   Use of crosswalks by pedestrians
   8-2-27   Visibility of traffic signals and the like; clearview areas
Cross-reference:
   Towing provisions, see Ch. 8, Art. 3
§ 8-2-1  THROUGH STREETS.
   (A)   Every operator of a vehicle or other conveyance traveling upon any street intersecting any through street herein designated shall bring such vehicle or conveyance to a full stop at the stop sign posted at such intersection or at a clearly marked stop line before entering the intersection; subject, however, to the direction of any police officer or traffic control signal at such intersection.
   (B)   The operation of any vehicle or conveyance which has come to a full stop as required above, upon entering the through street, as well as operators of vehicles on such through streets, shall be subject to the usual right-of-way rule prescribed by law and applicable to vehicles at intersections.
§ 8-2-2  DUTY OF DRIVER AT STOP INTERSECTIONS; MAINTENANCE OF SIGNS.
   (A)   The driver of a vehicle shall stop in obedience to a stop sign at an intersection where a stop sign is erected and designated by this article at one or more entrances thereto, and shall proceed cautiously, yielding to the vehicles not so obliged to stop which are within the intersection or approaching so close as to constitute an immediate hazard, unless traffic at such intersection is controlled by a police officer on duty, in which event the directions of the police officer shall be obeyed.
   (B)   Stop signs shall be maintained at the appropriate approaches to such intersections. The driver of every vehicle approaching the stop sign shall stop before entering the crosswalk on the near side of the intersection or, in the event there is no crosswalk, shall stop at a clearly marked line, or if none, then the point nearest the intersection roadway where the driver has a view of the approaching traffic on the intersecting highway, before entering the intersection, except where directed to proceed by a police officer.
(Ord. 90-07-55, passed 7-10-1990)
§ 8-2-3  YIELDING RIGHT-OF-WAY.
   (A)   The intersections named in Art. 5, Schd. I, of this chapter are designated as yield right-of-way intersections.
   (B)   Yield right-of-way signs shall be maintained at the appropriate approaches to said intersections and thereupon the driver of every vehicle approaching said sign shall reduce the speed of his or her vehicle to not more than 20 mph and shall yield the right-of-way to other vehicles which have entered the intersecting street either from the right or left or which are approaching so closely on said intersecting streets as to constitute an immediate hazard; but said driver having so yielded may proceed at such time as a safe interval occurs. If a driver is involved in a collision at such intersection or interferes with the movement of other vehicles after driving past a yield right-of-way sign, such collision or interference shall be deemed prima facie evidence of the driver’s failure to yield the right-of-way.
(Ord. 90-07-55, passed 7-10-1990)
Cross-reference:
   Yield right-of-way intersections, see Ch. 8, Art. 5, Schd. I
§ 8-2-4  ONE-WAY STREETS AND ALLEYS.
   Whenever this code or any ordinance designates any one-way street or alley, vehicular traffic shall move only in the indicated direction when signs indicating the direction of traffic are erected and maintained at every intersection where movement in the opposite direction is prohibited.
§ 8-2-5  OVERWEIGHT AND/OR OVERDIMENSION VEHICLES.
   (A)   It shall be unlawful for any person to be in control of, to drive, to park, or move on, upon or across or for the owner to cause or knowingly permit to be parked, driven, or moved upon or across, any street or highway under the jurisdiction of the village, any vehicle or combination of vehicles exceeding the size and weight limitations stated in 625  ILCS 5/15-102 (width), 625 ILCS 5/15-103 (height), 625 ILCS 5/15-107 (length) and 625 ILCS 5/15-111 (weight).
   (B)   Size and weight limitations while operating on village streets shall not apply to the following vehicles or equipment:
      (1)   Fire Department Vehicles;
      (2)   Those vehicles operating under an emergency declaration;
      (3)   Village owned vehicles engaged in emergency utility repair;
      (4)   Equipment used for snow and ice removal, owned and operated by any government body;
      (5)   Implements of husbandry temporarily operated or towed in a combination in the furtherance of a farm or agricultural endeavor;
      (6)   Any vehicle or combination of vehicles operating under the terms of a valid overweight and/or over dimension permit issued by the village under the authority of § 8-2-6 .
   (C)   Where lower size and weight limits or other restrictions are imposed by ordinance under authority of 625 ILCS 5/15-316 and 625 ICLS 5/15-317, and signs indicating such limitations or restrictions are posted, it shall be unlawful to operate any vehicle or combination of vehicles in excess of such size or weight limitations or in violation of such restrictions.
   (D)   It shall be unlawful to operate any "construction vehicle" as defined herein on any street in the village when signs are posted on that street prohibiting "construction vehicle."  CONSTRUCTION VEHICLE shall be defined as any vehicle over 10,000 pounds actual weight, registered weight or gross vehicle weight rating that is required to comply with 625 ILCS 5/12-712 and 625 ICLS 5/12-713 on identification required to be displayed.
   (E)   Whenever a vehicle or combination of vehicles is operated in violation of this section, the owner and/or operator of such vehicle shall be deemed guilty of such violation and either the owner or operator may be prosecuted for such violation.
(Ord. 93-04-40, passed 4-13-1993; Ord. 2014-12-56, passed 12-15-2014)
Cross-reference:
   Weight limits on certain streets, see Ch. 8, Art. 5, Schd. VI
§ 8-2-6  PERMITS FOR OVERWEIGHT AND/OR OVERDIMENSION VEHICLES.
   (A)   The village, with respect to any street or highway under its jurisdiction, may upon application to the Village Engineering Department through a format approved by the village and good cause being shown therefore issue a permit authorizing the applicant to operate or move a vehicle or combination of vehicles of a size exceeding the maximum specified in § 8-2-5 or a vehicle or combination or vehicles, that is non-divisible or carrying a load that is non-divisible and exceeding the following limits (specified in § 8-2-5):
      (1)   Gross weights, axle weights or series of axle weights that exceed the maximum limits set forth in 625 ILCS 5/15- 111(a);
      (2)   Vehicles specifically designed as tow trucks as defined in 625 ILCS 5/15-111(a)(12) engaging in the tow of a disabled vehicle from the original point of disablement to a point where repairs are to actually occur, when the point of repair is more than 20 miles from the original point of disablement.
   (B)   The applicant of the permit shall furnish the following information within the permit application:
      (1)   Name, address and telephone number of the owner or lessee of the vehicle;
      (2)   Applicant's name;
      (3)   Type of permit requested (single trip, round trip, multiple trip);
      (4)   Description and registration of the power unit;
      (5)   Description of load to be moved;
      (6)   Number of axles of the vehicle of combination of vehicles;
      (7)   Gross weight of the vehicle and its load;
      (8)   Axle weights of all single, tandem or series of axles;
      (9)   Width, length and height of the vehicle and its load;
      (10)   Origin of the load within the state or state line if the origin is outside of the State of Illinois;
      (11)   Roads within the village which are requested to be traveled; and
      (12)   Container identification number of any intermodal shipping container.
   (C)   The Village Engineer or their designee is authorized to review, authorize, modify or reject all permit applications. Routes may be modified prior to authorization as determined by the Village Engineer or their designee.
   (D)   Upon authorization and payment of the permit fees, specified in the fee schedule in division (M)(1) of this section, the Village Engineer or their designee shall issue a permit allowing passage of the overweight and/or over dimension vehicle over the authorized village roadways. The permit shall contain:
      (1)   Permit number;
      (2)   Dates that the permit is valid;
      (3)   Type of permit (single trip, round trip);
      (4)   Description of the load to be moved;
      (5)   Authorized gross weight, axle weights, width, length and height;
      (6)   The authorized routing over village streets including the origin and destination point within the village;
      (7)   The fees paid;
      (8)   The date and name of the Village Engineer or his or her designee; and
      (9)   Any general conditions that the permittee must comply with that are consistent and reasonable for the protection of the general public and village streets. A copy of all permits issued will be provided to the Traffic Sergeant and/or Commercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement Officer of the Carol Stream Police Department for information and compliance.
   (E)   Permits issued will authorize movement between specific dates depending on the type of permit obtained. Any movement outside of the dates listed on the permit shall be deemed to be unpermitted and will be subject to legal size and weight laws. The Village Engineer or his or her designee reserves the right to modify the number of calendar days each permit is allowed to run concurrent with permits issued by other government agencies issued for the same movement.
      (1)   Single trip – valid for seven calendar days;
      (2)   Round trip – valid for 14 calendar days; and
   (F)   Permits for vehicles that are oversized (height or length) or overweight are only valid a half hour before sunrise until a half hour after sunset, on any day for which a permit issued by the Illinois Department of Transportation is valid.
   (G)   The permit, when issued, constitutes an agreement between the permittee and the village that the move described in the application will take place only as described. The permittee has the responsibility to report any inaccuracies or errors on the part of the village or the permittee to the Village Engineering Department, prior to moving any load. Undertaking the move is prima facie evidence of acceptance of the permit as issued and that:
      (1)   The permittee is in compliance with all operation requirements;
      (2)   All height, length and weight limitations specified in the permit;
      (3)   All operation, registration and license requirements;
      (4)   All financial responsibilities, obligations and other legal requirements; and
      (5)   The permitee assumes all responsibility for injury or damage to persons or to public or private property, including his or her own, or to the object being transported, caused directly or indirectly by the transportation or movement of vehicles and objects under the permit. The permittee agrees to hold the village harmless from all suits, claims, damages, or proceedings of any kind and to indemnify the village for any claim it may be required to pay arising from the movement.
   (H)   The routing prescribed in the permit constitutes the sole extent of the authority granted by the permit for the use of roads within the jurisdiction of the village. Any vehicle and/or load found to be operating on village roadways not specified on its permit will be considered to be off route and without a permit. Permits shall be in the drivers possession at all times and shall be exhibited upon demand by any enforcement officer, police officer or other authorized village official. Permits may be displayed electronically so long as it is accessible to any of the above listed authorized agents upon demand.
   (I)   Any vehicle(s) and/or load that is found to be divisible will render the permit null and void. The entire gross weight and axle weights of the vehicle(s) with the load will then be subject to legal weights as defined in 625 ILCS 5/15-111. It is the duty of the applicant to verify the non-divisibility of the vehicle(s) before applying for the permit. The permit itself is prima facie evidence that the applicant confirmed the vehicle(s) and/or load was non-divisible.
   (J)   If required, arrangement shall be made by the permittee to have the proper utilities notified, property moved, bridge or highway analysis performed and completed in advance of any permit movement.
   (K)   All movements under the permit shall be made in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws, ordinances, rules and regulations. The Village Engineer or their designee holds the right to change any requirements or provisions of the permit or permit process as deemed rationally related to the interests of the village.
   (L)   Permits are null and void if altered for the purpose of deception. Permits issued under this section constitute the grant of a privilege by the village and may be denied or suspended for such reasons as the village may deem rationally related to its governmental interests.
   (M)   The village with respect to streets and highways under its jurisdiction shall collect a fee as shown herein from applicants for the issuance of a permit to operate or move a vehicle or combination of vehicles, and/or loads, which fit the categories shown. Any axle or gross weight greater than the maximum weights set forth in this section is subject to special assessment and investigation to determine appropriate fees.
      (1)   The fee schedules for all vehicles are as follows:
         (a)   Oversize Fee Schedule (Legal Weight Only)
 
CATEGORY
MAX WIDTH
MAX HEIGHT
MAX LENGTH
ESCORT
SINGLE TRIP
ROUND TRIP
S1
  14'
13'6"
  115'
No
$ 50.00
$ 80.00
S2
  18'
13'6"
  135'
Yes
$ 75.00
$120.00
S3
>18'
13'6"
>135'
Yes
$100.00
$160.00
 
         (b)   Overweight Vehicle Fee Schedule
 
CATEGORY
AXLES
MAX GROSS WEIGHT
SINGLE TRIP
ROUND TRIP
A1
2
    48000
$  50.00
$  80.00
A2
2
    54000
    55.00
    90.00
A3
2
>54000
    75.00
  115.00
A4
3
    60000
    50.00
    80.00
A5
3
    72000
    55.00
    90.00
A6
3
    80000
    60.00
1,000.00
A7
3
>80000
    80.00
  120.00
A8
4
    72000
    50.00
    80.00
A9
4
    80000
    55.00
    90.00
A10
4
>80000
    75.00
  115.00
A11
5
    88000
    50.00
    80.00
A12
5
  100000
    55.00
    90.00
A13
5
>100000
    75.00
  115.00
A14
6
  110000
    50.00
    80.00
A15
6
  120000
    55.00
    90.00
A16
6
  143000
    60.00
  100.00
A17
6
>143000
    75.00
  115.00
A18
7
  162000
    85.00
  120.00
A19
7
>162000
  115.00
  200.00
A20
8
  187000
    85.00
  120.00
A21
8
  200000
    95.00
  160.00
A22
8
>200000
  115.00
  200.00
A23
9+
  225000
  100.00
  175.00
A24
9+
>225000
  150.00
  225.00
 
   (N)   It shall be unlawful for any owner or operator to operate any vehicle upon any street or highway in the village in violation of the provisions of this section and the owner and operator may be prosecuted for such violation.
   (O)   For purposes of this section, the following definitions shall apply:
      (1)   NON-DIVISIBLE. A vehicle and load will be considered non-divisible when further separating or dismantling the vehicle or load:
         (a)   Would require more than eight work hours to dismantle using appropriate equipment. (The applicant has the burden of proof as to the number of work hours required to dismantle the load.)
         (b)   Will compromise or destroy the intended use of the load only. A load can be either permanently mounted or temporarily secured equipment. Any parts, fluids, or material necessary to the operation of only the power unit portion of the vehicle shall be deemed non-divisible.
         (c)   Would prohibit the vehicle from hauling one attachment that is necessary to the operation of the load. To be considered non-divisible, the attachment must be securely mounted to the load in the manner it is to be used and not carried as a separate object on the hauling vehicle.
(Ord. 2018-12-50, passed 12-17-2018)
§ 8-2-7  VEHICLES PROHIBITED ON CERTAIN STREETS.
   As provided under the authority of 625 ILCS 5/15-316, it shall be unlawful to operate any vehicle upon any street where the operation of that vehicle is prohibited by ordinance and where signs of such prohibition are posted.
(Ord. 93-04-40, passed 4-13-1993)
§ 8-2-8  LIMITED PARKING ZONES.
   Appropriate signs shall be posted in all areas where parking is limited or prohibited, indicating such limitations or prohibitions. When signs are erected giving notice of such limitations or prohibitions, it shall be unlawful to park any vehicle otherwise than as directed.
§ 8-2-9  PROHIBITED PARKING; ALLEYS.
   It shall be unlawful to park a vehicle within an alley, except for the purpose of loading and unloading merchandise, and then in such a manner or under such conditions as to leave available less than ten feet of the width of the roadway for the free movement of vehicular traffic, and no person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle within an alley in such a position as to block the driveway entrance to any abutting property.
§ 8-2-10  PROHIBITED PARKING; OVERNIGHT.
   It shall be unlawful to park any vehicle on any street in the village between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. of any day; except that, emergency vehicles and physicians on emergency calls are hereby exempt from these provisions.
§ 8-2-11  PROHIBITED PARKING; AFTER SNOWSTORM.
   It shall be unlawful to park any vehicle on any public street in the village at any time within 12 hours after a snowfall of one inch or more has occurred, unless the snow has been plowed off or otherwise removed from the street.
§ 8-2-12  PROHIBITED PARKING; PRIVATE PROPERTY.
   It shall be unlawful to park any motor vehicle on any private property without the consent of the owner of the property.
§ 8-2-13  PROHIBITED PARKING; UNPAVED SURFACES.
   It shall be unlawful for any person to park a motor vehicle upon a surface which is not paved in accordance with provisions of the ordinances of the village. It shall also be unlawful for any person to allow a motor vehicle to be parked on any property owned or under the control of such person when such vehicle is parked upon a surface which is not paved in accordance with the provisions of ordinances of the village. It shall not be a violation of this section where a vehicle is parked contrary to the provisions of this section upon a site at which construction is taking place and suitable paved surfaces are not then available; nor shall it be a violation of the provisions of this section where a vehicle is temporarily parked upon a non-aged surface in accordance with the provisions of any other section of the code of ordinances.
§ 8-2-14  PROHIBITED PARKING; FOR SALES OF VEHICLES AND MERCHANDISE.
   It shall be unlawful to park any vehicle upon any street for the purpose of displaying it for sale, or to park any vehicle upon any street from which vehicle merchandise is peddled or sold, unless the person selling such goods has a license to make such sales.
§ 8-2-15  PROHIBITED PARKING; LOADING ZONES.
   During the times specified in this section, it shall be unlawful for a driver of a vehicle to stand a passenger vehicle for a period of time longer than is necessary for the loading or unloading of passengers, not to exceed three minutes, and for the driver to stand any freight-carrying vehicle for a period of time longer than is necessary to load, unload and deliver materials, not to exceed 30 minutes, in any of the following places:
   (A)   In any public alley, during any hour of the day or night;
   (B)   At any place not to exceed 75 feet along the curb before the entrance to any hospital or hotel at any time; and/or
   (C)   Directly in front of the entrance to any theater at any time the theater is open for business.
§ 8-2-16  PROHIBITED PARKING; BUS AND TAXICAB STANDS.
   It shall be unlawful to stop, stand or park a vehicle other than a bus in a bus stop, or other than a taxicab in a taxicab stand, when such stop or stand has been officially designated and appropriately indicated by signs; except that, the driver of a passenger vehicle may temporarily stop therein for the purpose of and while actually engaged in loading or unloading passengers, when such stopping does not interfere with any bus or taxicab waiting to enter or about to enter such zone.
§ 8-2-17  PARKING PROHIBITED; INTERSECTIONS.
   There shall be no parking within 100 feet of the intersection of an arterial street and any other street in the village where posted.
(Ord. 90-07-55, passed 7-10-1990)
§ 8-2-18  STOPPING, STANDING OR PARKING PROHIBITED; NO SIGNS REQUIRED.
   (A)   No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle, except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the law or direction of a police officer or traffic-control device, in any of the following places:
      (1)   On a sidewalk, except:
         (a)   Between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.; and
         (b)   In front of those residences that are prohibited from street parking between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. when school is in session.
      (2)   In front of a public or private driveway;
      (3)   Within an intersection;
      (4)   Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant;
      (5)   On a crosswalk;
      (6)   Within 20 feet of a crosswalk at an intersection;
      (7)   Within 30 feet upon the approach to any flashing beacon, stop sign, yield right-of-way sign or traffic control signal located at the side of a roadway;
      (8)   Between the curb or edge of the pavement and the public sidewalk or property line;
      (9)   Within 50 feet of the nearest rail of railroad crossing;
      (10)   Within 20 feet of the driveway entrance to any fire station and on the side of the street opposite the entrance to any fire station within 75 feet of said entrance when posted;
      (11)   Alongside or opposite any street excavation or obstruction when stopping, standing or parking would obstruct traffic;
      (12)   On a roadway side of any vehicle stopped or parked at the edge or curb of a street;
      (13)   Upon any bridge or other elevated structure upon a highway or in a tunnel;
      (14)   In a private parking lot, parking outside of the designated parking places in such a manner as to block other vehicles from exiting or entering parking stalls; or
      (15)   At any place where official signs prohibit stopping or parking.
   (B)   Unless otherwise indicated, no sign shall be required to be posted indicating parking is prohibited in those locations specified in division (A) above.
   (C)   No person other than a police officer shall move a vehicle not lawfully under his or her control into any area enumerated in division (A) above or away from a curb such distance as is unlawful, or to start or cause to be started the motor of any motor vehicle, or shift, or change or move the levers, brake, starting device, gears or other mechanism of a parked motor vehicle to a position other than in which it was left by the owner or driver thereof, or attempt to do so.
   (D)   In a parking lot, parking outside of the designated parking places in such a manner as to block other vehicles from exiting and entering parking stalls.
(Ord. 90-07-55, passed 7-10-1990; Ord. 97-12-82, passed 11-17-1997; Ord. 99-01-04, passed 1-18-1999; Ord. 2003-10-69, passed 10-20-2003; Ord. 2009-12-66, passed 12-7-2009)
Cross-reference:
   Stopping, standing or parking prohibited; signs required, see Ch. 8, Art. 6, Schd. III
§ 8-2-19  ISSUANCE OF PERMITS FOR SPECIAL PARKING PRIVILEGES FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES.
   Upon application of any person with disabilities or disabled veteran, the village shall issue a card in the format furnished by the Illinois Secretary of State. This card shall be the property of such person with disabilities and may be used by that person to designate and identify a vehicle not owning or displaying a disabled veteran’s license plate or disabled person’s license plate when the vehicle is being used to transport such person with disabilities and is thus entitled to enjoy the privileges that would be afforded a disabled person’s licensed vehicle. Such cards shall be issued only to persons with disabilities or disabled veterans who are residents of the village, and the same shall be displayed along the right border of the front windshield of the vehicle and shall allow the vehicle to utilize special parking privileges for persons with disabilities when used to transport such disabled person or disabled veteran. The card shall be issued provided that any person making request for it must submit a statement certified by a licensed physician to the effect that such person is a person with disabilities as defined by 625 ILCS 5/1-159.1. Such cards shall be provided at cost.
§ 8-2-20  (RESERVED)
§ 8-2-21  AUTHORITY TO ERECT SIGNS.
   (A)   Stop signs. The Director of Public Works is hereby authorized and directed to place and maintain, or cause to be placed and maintained, in each and every street intersecting a through street designated in this article, at or near the property line of the through street, appropriate signs upon the street to bear the word “STOP” and to be located so as to be clearly legible at a distance of at least 100 feet along the street intersecting the through street. All such signs shall conform to such standards as may be established by state statute. All such signs shall be illuminated at night or be so placed as to be illuminated by street lights or by the headlights of approaching vehicles.
   (B)   Other signs. The Director of Public Works is hereby authorized and directed to erect and maintain appropriate signs for one-way streets and alleys, load limits, prohibited parking, loading zones, bus and taxicab stands, signs prohibiting construction traffic, and any other sign regulating traffic and parking as deemed necessary by the corporate authorities, required by state statute, or otherwise authorized in this code. No such regulations shall be effective unless such signs are in place. In determining at what locations signs shall be placed prohibiting construction traffic, the Director of Public Works shall consider the damage to unfinished, new or existing roads which would take place if construction traffic were permitted to traverse the roads. Signs prohibiting the passage of construction traffic shall not be in place for a period of more than one year without the prohibition being acted upon by the Village Board. The Village Board intends to delegate to the Director of Public Works its authority to prohibit construction traffic whenever, in the opinion of the Director of Public Works, the passage of such traffic would unduly damage the roadway.
§ 8-2-22  OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES UPON SIDEWALKS, UNPAVED PUBLIC RIGHTS-OF-WAY AND CERTAIN PUBLIC PROPERTY PROHIBITED.
   (A)   It shall be unlawful to operate any motor vehicle, including, but not limited to, motorized bicycles, motorcycles, go-carts, snowmobiles, automobiles or trucks within the village upon a sidewalk, upon the unpaved portion of a public right-of-way or upon any public property other than that portion devoted to roadway or parking use, or otherwise marked to allow the entry of motor vehicles.
   (B)   Because the operation of any motor vehicle upon the areas prohibited for such use in this section is extremely dangerous to persons and property, the penalty upon conviction for violations of this section shall be a minimum fine of $25 and a maximum fine of $750 for each violation.
   (C)   The provisions of this section shall not apply where a motor vehicle is operated on a sidewalk, upon the unpaved portion of a public right-of-way or upon public property to avoid injury to a person or persons and/or to avoid damage to property or for the pick-up or delivery of goods. Public property, as defined in this section, shall apply to all real property owned by the village, whether then used or not for a specific public purpose.
§ 8-2-23  UNNECESSARY NOISE; LOSS OF CONTROL IN OPERATION OF VEHICLES PROHIBITED.
   (A)   It shall be unlawful to operate any motor vehicle in the village so as to cause unnecessary noise by rapid acceleration or deceleration of the vehicle, or by racing of the engine, or by squealing or screeching of tires on the pavement.
   (B)   It shall be unlawful to operate any motor vehicle in the village in such a manner so as to lose control of the motor vehicle.
   (C)   It shall be unlawful to accelerate, decelerate or turn any motor vehicle so as to cause the tires of the motor vehicle to disengage from the surface upon which the motor vehicle is being operated.
§ 8-2-24  RIDING ON PART OF VEHICLE NOT INTENDED FOR PASSENGERS PROHIBITED.
   It shall be unlawful to ride upon the fenders, running board or outside step of any vehicle, or any portion of a vehicle not designed for passengers.
§ 8-2-25  FIREFIGHTERS AUTHORIZED TO DIRECT TRAFFIC.
   The Fire Department officer in command, or any firefighter designated by such officer, may exercise the powers and authority of a Police Officer in directing traffic at the scene of any fire or where the Fire Department has responded to any emergency call for so long as the Fire Department equipment is on the scene, in the absence of or in assisting the police.
§ 8-2-26  USE OF CROSSWALKS BY PEDESTRIANS.
   Where crosswalks are established for any block or blocks, pedestrians shall cross a roadway only in such crosswalks.
§ 8-2-27  VISIBILITY OF TRAFFIC SIGNALS AND THE LIKE; CLEARVIEW AREAS.
   No sign, tree, bush or foliage of any kind, fence, mailbox or any other natural or artificial object or grade of land shall be so placed, maintained, allowed to remain or displayed upon either public or private property in such a manner as to hide from view or interfere with the movement of traffic or the visibility of any traffic control device, sign or signal.
ARTICLE 3:  TOWING PROVISIONS
Section
   8-3-1   Definitions
   8-3-2   Authorization for towing
   8-3-3   Pre-tow notice for abandoned vehicles
   8-3-4   Pre-tow hearing procedures
   8-3-5   Post-tow notice for hazardous and unlawful vehicles
   8-3-6   Post-tow hearing procedures
§ 8-3-1  DEFINITIONS.
   The following definitions shall apply in the interpretation and enforcement of this article. Any term not defined herein shall have the meaning ascribed to it in other ordinances of this village, and if not defined in any other village ordinance, it shall have the meaning ascribed in 625 ILCS 5/1-100 et seq.
   ABANDONED VEHICLE.
      (1)   A vehicle parked or otherwise located on the public way, and:
         (a)   In such a state of disrepair that it is incapable of being driven; or
         (b)   That has been unmoved for a period of at least 24 hours and, from its condition, the period during which it has not been moved or some other circumstance appears to have been, and will be presumed to have been, abandoned by its owner.
      (2)   Vehicles parked in a public parking lot or on private property without the consent of the lot owner, proprietor or agent of the property, which person has requested that the vehicle be towed; or
      (3)   A vehicle defined as abandoned, or capable of being towed, by any other ordinances of the village, and which does not fall into the categories of “hazardous” or “unlawful” vehicles, and therefore is not subject to an immediate tow.
   HAZARDOUS VEHICLE.
      (1)   A vehicle that has been involved in an accident and is disabled or cannot be immediately moved by the owner or operator of the vehicle;
      (2)   A vehicle that presents an immediate danger to the health or welfare of the members of the public;
      (3)   A vehicle abandoned or disabled on a public street, way or alley that is impeding the orderly flow of traffic or poses a potential danger to pedestrians and other operators of vehicles; or
      (4)   A vehicle that must be moved to allow for proper village snow removal from a public street, way or alley.
   OWNER. A person who holds legal title to the vehicle, or the right of possession of the vehicle.
   UNLAWFUL VEHICLE.
      (1)   A vehicle that has been reported stolen or is the subject of a search and seizure by the Police Department; or
      (2)   A vehicle parked in violation of state statutes or ordinances of the village which prohibit parking at the location in question or for the period of time for which the vehicle has been parked, and where either the statute or the ordinance authorize the vehicle to be towed and the signs posted at the general location note that fact.
   VEHICLE. Any device in, upon or by which any person or property is or may be transported or drawn upon a street, highway or any public way, except devices moved by human power, devices used exclusively upon stationary rails or tracks, or snowmobiles.
§ 8-3-2  AUTHORIZATION FOR TOWING.
   (A)   Generally. The towing of vehicles by the village, or by its approved towing service operators on behalf of the village, shall be authorized only by the Police Department and only under the circumstances herein provided. Towed vehicles shall be impounded at facilities designated by the Police Department until lawfully claimed or disposed of.
   (B)   Towing without notice; immediate tows. Hazardous or unlawful vehicles may be towed without prior notice; except that, when an unlawful vehicle is the only one that has been reported as stolen and is not towable for some other specific reason, the owner should be, when practicable, notified by telephone or other means and given the opportunity to claim or move the vehicle, if he or she so wishes, to avoid incurring the expense of a police-ordered tow; provided, however, that, the vehicle may be towed if the owner permitted the tow to be made when the vehicle was reported stolen or at any time thereafter, in the form provided. Within a working period of 24 hours after towing a vehicle pursuant to this article, a notice shall be sent to or personally delivered to the owner of the vehicle, affording the opportunity for a hearing. For the purpose of this article, a working period of 24 hours shall not include Saturday, Sunday and holidays.
   (C)   Towing with prior notice; abandoned vehicles. Abandoned vehicles may be towed after the mailing or delivery of prior notice and the affording of an opportunity for a hearing as provided in §§ 8-3-3 and 8-3-4.
§ 8-3-3  PRE-TOW NOTICE FOR ABANDONED VEHICLES.
   (A)   Notice pursuant to this section shall be personally delivered to the owner, or shall be forwarded by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested, to the address of the owner of the vehicle as indicated in the most current registration list of the Secretary of State. The notice shall be in the form provided. In the event that an out-of-state vehicle is proposed to be towed, inquiry by computer, telephone or letter shall be made of the Secretary of State of the particular jurisdiction for the furnishing of the most current registered name and address of the owner of the vehicle, and notice shall be mailed as provided herein to the address furnished, though in no case will the village be required to delay towing more than seven days after the date of the mailing or personal delivery of the notice if no request for a hearing has been received within that seven-day period.
   (B)   A notice of intent to tow sticker with the earliest date upon which the tow may take place and the address and phone number of the Police Department shall be placed on the vehicle.
§ 8-3-4  PRE-TOW HEARING PROCEDURES.
   (A)   Opportunity for hearing. The owner or person entitled to possession of a vehicle to be towed as an abandoned vehicle shall have seven days after the date of mailing or personal delivery of the notice to request, in writing, a pre-tow hearing. Subsequent to this seven-day period, the vehicle may be towed, if the owner has not filed a written hearing request within the seven-day period, and any hearing rights under the provisions of this article will be deemed waived.
   (B)   Scheduling of pre-tow hearings. The pre-tow hearing shall be scheduled for a date within 14 days of the mailing or personal delivery of the pre-tow notice. The village shall not be required to delay towing longer than such a 14-day period.
   (C)   Request for pre-tow hearings. Requests for a pre-tow hearing are to be made in person to the office indicated on the notice. Requests for hearing by persons who reside more than 50 miles from the village may be made by mail. Forms for such requests shall be made available at the Police Department. At the time of making the request, the owner will be provided a hearing date and time by mail or in person, as the circumstances require.
   (D)   Appointment of Hearing Officer. The village shall choose an officer or employee of the village to serve as Hearing Officer. In no case shall the Hearing Officer be an individual who was involved in the initial decision to tow the vehicle. The Hearing Officer shall have the authority to require the presence of the enforcement officer who initiated the proposed tow or any other village personnel.
   (E)   Nature of hearing. The hearing shall be informal in nature, and the rules of evidence shall not apply. The hearing will not be determinative of, or adjudicate, any citation relative to any vehicle. After receiving all relevant evidence, the Hearing Officer shall make a written decision based upon a preponderance of the evidence as to whether towing of the vehicle is authorized by the laws of the state or the ordinances of the village, with a specific statutory or ordinance section cited in the decision. The owner shall be provided a copy of such pre-tow hearing decision.
   (F)   Decision to tow and rates to be charged. If the preponderance of the evidence supports towing and compliance with the provisions of this article, the Hearing Officer shall direct that the vehicle be towed, with any towing and storage costs to then be imposed upon the owner thereof. The fees to be charged for towing and storage services shall be no more than the maximum rates set by the Chief of Police pursuant to the provisions of § 8-3-5. The owner of such vehicle, having had such a hearing, may avoid the towing by immediately removing the vehicle from the improper location to a proper, lawful location and correcting any unlawful condition of the vehicle.
   (G)   Decision not to tow.
      (1)   If the preponderance of the evidence fails to support towing of the vehicle, the Hearing Officer shall direct that the vehicle shall not be towed. The village shall furnish a copy of such decision to the owner, who may place it inside the vehicle in a location plainly visible from the outside, such as the dashboard or rear window. No vehicle about which such a decision has been rendered shall be towed by the village unless the circumstances under which the decision was rendered have changed.
      (2)   If, at some subsequent time, the village should wish to tow the vehicle from the same location, it shall follow the same procedures required for the towing of any other similarly situated vehicle.
   (H)   Reports and documents to be retained; contesting decisions. Originals or copies of all notices, pre-tow hearing decisions, towing reports and any associated police reports or documents shall be retained by the Police Department for a period of at least five years after each hearing, or after each tow if no hearing was requested or held. The village or the owner may contest the decision of the Hearing Officer in any manner provided by law.
§ 8-3-5  POST-TOW NOTICE FOR HAZARDOUS AND UNLAWFUL VEHICLES.
   (A)   Mailing or delivery of notice. Notice pursuant to this section shall be forwarded by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested, to the address of the owner of the vehicle as indicated in the most current registration list of the Secretary of State, unless the notice is personally delivered to the owner, in which case, the date and time of the delivery and the name of the police officer making the delivery shall be noted in the Police Department records or reports. The notice shall be in the form provided, and shall be mailed or delivered within 24 hours, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. In the event that the village has towed an out-of-state, hazardous or unlawful vehicle, inquiry by computer, telephone or letter shall be made of the Secretary of State of the particular jurisdiction for the furnishing of the most current registered name and address of the owner of the vehicle, and notice shall be mailed as provided herein to the address furnished.
   (B)   Posting of signs showing hearing rights. All approved towing service operators shall prominently post at least one sign, with dimensions of at least 12 inches by 18 inches, indicating the opportunity and procedures for a hearing to contest the validity of a towed vehicle. The sign shall be placed in locations readily visible to the public transacting business at any towing facility. If a towing service operator performs services for more than one municipality, the information for contacting the various appropriate municipal officers can be listed on one such sign.
   (C)   Requests for post-tow hearings. Requests for hearings may be made in person at the office indicated on the notice within 15 days of the mailing or personal delivery of the notification of tow, or release of the vehicle, whichever occurs first; otherwise, the right to a hearing shall be deemed waived. Requests for hearings by persons who reside more than 50 miles from the village may be made in person or by mail received by the village within the 15-day period.
   (D)   Release of motor vehicles. Before the owner or person entitled to possession of any impounded vehicle shall be permitted to remove same, the owner or other person entitled to possession shall furnish evidence of his or her identity, ownership of the vehicle, or his or her right to possession, sign a receipt for the vehicle, and pay the amount currently owed for towing and storage fees to the towing service operator. The Police Chief is authorized to promulgate regulations as to the documents or other proof necessary to establish these facts.
   (E)   Establishment of maximum towing and storage rates.
      (1)   The owner shall pay fees to the towing service operator for towing and storage on police-ordered tows at rates that do not exceed maximum amounts to be administratively established by the Chief of Police and which may be revised from time to time. The basic rates for such fees shall be shown in the form and on the sign concerning vehicle release requirements.
      (2)   However, nothing in this section is intended to prevent a competitive towing service operator from charging less than the established maximum rates for police-ordered or any other tows. In arriving at the maximum rates for various services, the Chief of Police shall consider such matters as the prevalent market rates in the area for the different types of vehicles, the types of storage and area requirements for categories such as large trucks and commercial vehicles, and the relative difficulties and amount of work required to perform various types of towing operations. For particularly difficult or unusual towing jobs, such as large or serious accidents, the Chief of Police is authorized to allow towing operators to charge rates above those established for normal situations, which special charges must be based upon the cost of services provided, taking into account such matters as the man-hours and equipment time required for the job. A towing service operator must fully itemize in writing the details of such a billing at special rates for a particularly difficult or unusual tow, and supply a copy of the itemized bill to the owner and to the Police Department. Any such special rates charged must be customary in the towing industry in the area for the nature and extent of the services provided. Every towing service operator and the Police Department shall have available a copy of the complete current rate schedule and any special rate policy established by the Chief of Police, for vehicle owners to view upon request.
§ 8-3-6  POST-TOW HEARING PROCEDURES.
   (A)   Opportunity for hearing. The owner of a vehicle towed as an immediate tow, by or pursuant to the authority of the Police Department as set forth herein, shall be provided the opportunity for a post-tow hearing to determine the validity of such tow and any towing or storage charges. The hearing will not be determinative of, or adjudicate, any citation issued relative to any towed vehicle.
   (B)   Nature of the hearing and Hearing Officer. The nature of the hearing and the appointment of the Hearing Officer shall be the same as set forth above in §§ 8-3-4 and 8-3-5.
   (C)   Scheduling of post-tow hearings. Hearings shall take place as follows.
      (1)   In those instances where the vehicle has been released upon the deposit of the full payment currently owed for towing and storage charges, and the owner has properly requested a hearing, the hearing shall take place within 15 days after the release of such vehicle, unless the owner requests a later date convenient to all parties.
      (2)   In those instances where the vehicle remains impounded, the hearing shall take place, at the option of the owner:
         (a)   On the next day after an owner’s demand for such hearing, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and holidays; if such demand is made after 3:00 p.m., or if the unavailability of a necessary witness or evidence creates a particular difficulty in conducting the hearing on the next calendar day, then a hearing shall be held on the second day following the request, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and holidays; or
         (b)   If acceptable to the owner, within 15 days of such request on the date convenient to all parties.
   (D)   Conduct of post-tow hearing. The Hearing Officer shall review all evidence presented by the vehicle owner and the Police Department or other village employees, and shall make a finding based upon the preponderance of the evidence presented, as to the lawful authority for the towing and storage of the vehicle. The village must establish such authority by a preponderance of the evidence.
   (E)   Post-tow hearing decision. For each hearing, the Hearing Officer shall complete a post-tow hearing decision and attach such decision to the Police Department’s original vehicle towing report, and supply a copy of the decision to the owner by personal delivery if the owner is present, otherwise by mail. The decision and findings shall be substantially as stated in the form for the post-tow hearing decision.
   (F)   Reports and documents to be retained; contesting decisions. All originals or copies of the notices, post-tow hearing decisions, towing reports and any associated police reports or documents shall be retained by the Police Department for a period of at least five years after each hearing, or after each tow if no hearing was requested or held. The village or the owner may contest the decision of the Hearing Officer in any manner provided by law.
   (G)   Towing services subject to ordinance. Notwithstanding any other ordinance or statutory provisions to the contrary, any towing service operator authorized to perform tows on behalf of the village must perform its services subject to the provisions of this article. However, the towing company shall have the right to recover the reason-able value of its services for police-ordered tows, which are not paid by the vehicle owner, from the village; provided, however, that, if a tow or the charge for a tow is found by a court to be illegal and the towing service operator is required to return the charge for the tow to the owner of the vehicle, the village shall not be liable to reimburse the operator for the towing charges.
ARTICLE 4:  BICYCLES
Section
   8-4-1   Definition
   8-4-2   Registration required
   8-4-3   Application
   8-4-4   Equipment; condition
   8-4-5   Transfer of registration
   8-4-6   Compliance with general traffic rules and regulations
   8-4-7   Riding of bicycles on sidewalks
   8-4-8   Maximum speed
   8-4-9   Parking
§ 8-4-1  DEFINITION.
   For purposes of this article, the word OWNER shall include any minor who has the use and control of a bicycle with the knowledge and consent of any parent or guardian.
§ 8-4-2  REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
   No person who resides in the village shall ride a bicycle in the village unless such bicycle shall be registered with the Police Department.
§ 8-4-3  APPLICATION.
   It shall be the duty of every owner of a bicycle residing in the village to file an application for registration of such bicycle with the Police Department upon a form provided by that Department, setting forth the name and address of the owner, a description of the bicycle by name or make and the serial number thereof.
§ 8-4-4  EQUIPMENT; CONDITION.
   All bicycles submitted for registration shall be equipped as provided by state statute, and the Police Department shall refuse to register any bicycle not so equipped or not found to be in a safe mechanical condition.
§ 8-4-5  TRANSFER OF REGISTRATION.
   Upon the transfer of the ownership of a registered bicycle, by sale or otherwise, the owner thereof shall have it registered in the name of the new owner.
§ 8-4-6  COMPLIANCE WITH GENERAL TRAFFIC RULES AND REGULATIONS.
   Every person operating a bicycle upon the streets of the village shall be subject to the provisions of this article, this code and other traffic ordinances of the village and the statutes of the state applicable to bicycles and to the drivers of motor vehicles, except as to the special regulations hereof, and except as to those provisions which, by their nature, can have no application.
§ 8-4-7  RIDING OF BICYCLES ON SIDEWALKS.
   Persons shall be allowed to ride bicycles upon village sidewalks. Such bicycle riders will, in each instance, give the right-of-way to pedestrians and the speed of such bicycles shall not exceed such speed as is reasonable under the weather conditions, physical condition of the sidewalk and other bicycle and pedestrian traffic. Where necessary, a person riding a bicycle on a sidewalk may, because of one or more of the factors stated above, be required to dismount and walk the bicycle. A failure to grant the right-of-way to pedestrians or to ride in a manner or at a speed which is inconsistent with conditions shall be a violation of the provisions of this section.
§ 8-4-8  MAXIMUM SPEED.
   No person shall operate a bicycle at a speed greater than is reasonable and proper, having regard for the traffic and the use of the way, or so as to endanger life or limb or injure the property of any person.
§ 8-4-9  PARKING.
   No person shall park a bicycle upon a street, other than off the roadway, against the curb or in the racks provided by the village for the parking of such bicycles.
ARTICLE 5:  TRAFFIC SCHEDULES
Schedule
   I.   Yield right-of-way intersections
   II.   Stop intersections designated
   III.   Speed limits on specific streets
   IV.   Turns
   V.   Traffic signals
   VI.   Weight limits
   VII.   Truck routes
   VIII.   Local weight restricted highways
SCHEDULE I. YIELD RIGHT-OF-WAY INTERSECTIONS.
   The following intersections are designated as yield right-of-way intersections, and traffic shall yield as follows:
 
Yield Street
Intersection with
Alamo Court
Dearborn Circle
Alton Court
Teton Circle
Apache Lane
Aztec Drive
Apache Lane
Indianwood Drive
Biloxi Court
Teton Circle
Bison Trail
Lance Lane
Boone Drive
Dearborn Circle
Bowie Drive
Dearborn Circle
Carson Court
Dearborn Circle
Cherokee Court
Aztec Drive
Cherokee Court
Indianwood Drive
Cimarron Drive
Iroquois Trail
Cochise Court
Silverleaf Blvd
Cochise Place
Aztec Drive
Cochise Place
Indianwood Drive
Colorado Court
Teton Circle
Country Glen Lane
Baybrook Lane
Country Glen Lane
Knollwood Drive
Crystal Shore Drive
Hyannis Circle (both intersections)
Dodge Court
Dearborn Circle
El Paso Lane
Eagle View Drive
Fawn Court
Erie Court
Hawk Lane
Cactus Trail
Heather Lane
Eagle View Drive
Horseshoe Court
Ridge Trail
Illini Drive
Arrowhead Trail (both intersections)
Kelly Drive
Forest/Glenlake
Lance Lane
New Britton Road
Magnolia Way
Sussex Road
Mohawk Drive
Tomahawk Court
Narrangansett Drive
Boa Trail (both intersections)
Oswego Drive
Iroquois Trail
Overlook Lane
Waco Drive
Park Hill Trail
Carriage Drive
Prairie Court
Iroquois Trail
Ridge Drive
Paddock Drive
Sand Creek Drive
Shining Waters Drive
Seminole Lane
Shawnee Drive
Shining Water Drive
Iroquois Trail
Silverleaf Boulevard
Illini Drive
Sioux Lane
Cochise Court
Stanford Lane
Trinity Drive
Summit Pass
Waco Drive
Tomahawk Court
Seminole Lane
Valley View Trail
Ridge Trail
Valley View Trail
Shenandoah Drive
Yuma Lane
Blackhawk Drive
Yuma Lane
Tomahawk Court
 
(Ord. 90-07-55, passed 7-10-1990; Ord. 90-09-83, passed 9-25-1990; Ord. 92-08-96, passed 8-25-1992; Ord 94-06-49, passed 6-14-1994; Ord. 95-05-25, passed 5-15-1995; Ord. 97-11-80, passed 11-3-1997; Ord. 2003-09-55, passed 9-3-2003; Ord. 2003-11-77, passed 11-17-2003; Ord. 2004-06-34, passed 6-21-2004; Ord. 2008-12-72, passed 12-15-2008; Ord. 2011-10-35, passed 10-3-2011; Ord. 2017-11-64, passed 11-6-2017)
SCHEDULE II. STOP INTERSECTIONS DESIGNATED.
   The following intersections are designated as stop intersections, and traffic shall stop as follows:
 
Stop Street
Intersection with
Adam Lane
Birchbark Trail
Adler Lane
Merbach Drive
Adobe Court
Inca Boulevard
Adobe Court
Mohican Road
Alabama Trail
Idaho Street
Alexandra Way
North Avenue (both intersections)
Alison Lane
Birchbark Trail
Amber Lane
President Street
Andrew Lane
Birchbark Trail
Andover Court
Concord Lane
Antelope Trail
Idaho Street
Antigo Trail
Spring Valley Drive
Appaloosa Court
Munson Drive
Appomattox Trail
Spring Valley Drive
Arapahoe Trail
Gary Avenue
Arapahoe Trail
Hiawatha Drive
Arlington Court
President Street
Armstrong Park Driveway
Illini Drive
Arrowhead Trail
Thunderbird Trail
Ash Court
Big Horn Trail
Aspen Court
Merbach Drive
Aztec Court
Thunderbird Trail
Aztec Drive
Mohican Road
Aztec Drive
Thunderbird Trail
Barton Place
Thunderbird Trail
Basswood Court
Merbach Drive
Baybrook Lane
Lies Road
Baybrook Lane
Woodhill Drive
Bear Paw Court
Birchbark Trail
Bedford Drive
Lies Road
Beech Court
Merbach Drive
Bennett Drive
North Avenue
Bennett Drive
Surrey Drive
Bennington Lane
Army Trail
Big Eagle Trail
Birchbark Trail
Big Eagle Trail
Morton Road
Big Horn Trail
Fair Oaks Road
Big Horn Trail
Spring Valley Drive
Birchbark Trail
County Farm Road
Birchbark Trail
Fair Oaks Road
Birchbark Trail
Kuhn Road
Birchbark Trail
Morton Road
Bison Trail
Birchbark Trail
Blackhawk Drive
Arapahoe Trail
Blackhawk Drive
Thunderbird Drive
Bluff Street
Elk Trail
Bluff Street
Hiawatha Drive
Boa Trail
Big Horn Trail
Boa Trail
Woodlake Drive
Boa Trail
Spring Valley Drive
Boone Drive
Elk Trail
Bowie Drive
Lies Road
Bradbury Circle
Merbach Drive
Brave Court
Spring Valley Drive
Brighton Drive
Buckingham Drive
Brighton Drive
Woodhill Drive
Bristol Drive
Thunderbird Trail
Brompton Court
President Street
Brookstone Drive
High Ridge Pass
Brookstone Drive
Lies Road
Brookstone Drive
Morton Road
Buckingham Court
Buckingham Drive
Buckingham Drive
Lies Road
Buckingham Drive
Woodhill Drive
Buckskin Lane
Birchbark Trail
Buckskin Lane
Evergreen Drive
Buffalo Circle
Evergreen Drive (both intersections)
Burke Drive
Kuhn Road
Burke Drive
Merbach Drive
Burning Trail
Birchbark Trail
Burning Trail
Evergreen Drive
Cactus Trail
Birchbark Trail
Canterbury Drive
Burke Drive
Canyon Trail
Idaho Street
Caribou Trail
Spring Valley Drive
Carlton Drive
St. Charles Road
Carol Court
Lies Road
Cedar Court
Merbach Drive
Center Avenue
Mission Street
Center Drive
Fullerton Avenue
Central Park Drive
Kuhn Road
Chalet Drive
Burke Drive
Chattanooga Trail
Spring Valley Drive
Chestnut Drive
Kuhn Road
Chetwood Drive
Woodhill Drive
Cheyenne Trail
Arrowhead Trail
Cheyenne Trail
Aztec Drive
Chippewa Trail
Aztec Drive
Christopher Lane
Tall Oaks Drive
Christopher Lane
Timber Lane
Cimarron Drive
Birchbark Trail
Clearwater Court
Idaho Street
Cliff Court
Canyon Trail
Cliff View Lane
Brookstone Drive
Cliff View Lane
High Ridge Pass
Cochise Court
Arrowhead Trail
Columbia Court
Idaho Street
Commanche Court
Aztec Drive
Commanche Lane
Arrowhead Trail
Commanche Lane
Aztec Drive
Commerce Drive
Kehoe Boulevard
Commerce Drive
St. Paul Boulevard
Commonwealth Road
St. Charles Road
Concord Court
Concord Lane
Concord Lane
North Avenue
Concord Lane
President Street
Country Glen Lane
Woodhill Drive
Creekwood Court
Munson Drive
Crystal Shore Drive
Woodlake Drive
Cypress Lane
Evergreen Drive (both intersections
Dakota Court
Teton Circle
Danbury Drive
Thunderbird Trail
Dancing Water Court
Idaho Street
David Lane
Birchbark Trail
Daybreak Lane
Elk Trail
Dearborn Circle
Idaho Street (both intersections)
Deerskin Trail
Canyon/Flint Trail
Deerskin Trail
Kuhn Road
Delaware Trail
Flint Trail
Della Court
Gary Avenue
Devon Court
Woodhill Drive
Dogwood Lane
Birchbark Trail
Dogwood Lane
Evergreen Drive
Dorchester Drive
Country Farm Road
Dorchester Drive
Lies Road
Doris Avenue
Gary Avenue
Dugout Trail
Birchbark Trail
Eagle View Drive
Arapahoe Trail
Eagle View Drive
Hiawatha Drive
East Drive
Mission Street
Easton Drive
Lies Road
Easy Street
St. Charles Road (both intersections)
Edgebrook Court
Hiawatha Drive
Edington Court
Woodhill Drive
Edington Lane
Woodhill Drive
El Paso Lane
Hiawatha Drive
Elk Trail
Idaho Street
Erie Court
Flint Trail
Esselen Circle
Teton Circle
Essex Drive
Thunderbird Trail
Evergreen Drive
Birchbark Trail (both intersections)
Executive Drive
Main Place
Fair Oaks Road
Army Trail
Fairfield Court
Concord Lane
Flame Court
President Street
Flame Drive
Concord Lane
Flint Trail
Idaho Street
Fountain View Drive
Goldenhill Street
Fountain View Road
Gary Avenue
Fountain View Road
Lies Road
Fox Court
Evergreen Drive
Fullerton Avenue
Schmale Road
Georgetown Drive
Big Horn Trail
Georgetown Drive
Spring Valley
Gerzeske Lane
Kehoe Boulevard
Glen Flora Drive
Hiawatha Drive
Greenway Trail
Gary Avenue
Greenway Trail
Hiawatha Drive
Gundersen Drive
Main Place
Hampton Court
Woodhill Drive
Harbor Point
Woodlake Drive
Harwich Drive
Woodlake Drive
Hawk Lane
Birchbark Trail
Heather Lane
Hiawatha Drive
Hemlock Lane
Birchbark Trail (both intersections)
Hiawatha Drive
Illini Drive
Hickory Lane
Birchbark Trail (both intersections)
High Ridge Pass
Birchbark Trail
High Ridge Pass
Lies Road
Hill Crest Drive
Brookstone Drive (all intersections with)
Hill Crest Drive
High Ridge Pass
Hoover Drive
Elk Trail
Hopi Court
Idaho Street
Horizon Circle
Bluff Street
Hunter Drive
Burke Drive
Hunter Drive
Merbach Drive
Huntington Drive
Buckingham Drive
Huntington Drive
Kuhn Road
Huron Court
Idaho Street
Hyannis Circle
Spring Valley Drive
Hyannis Circle
Woodlake Drive (both intersections)
Idaho Street
Lies Road
Illini Drive
Aztec Drive
Illini Drive
Hiawatha Drive
Inca Boulevard
Aztec Drive
Indianwood Drive
Illini Drive
Indianwood Drive
Thunderbird Trail
Iowa Court
Arapahoe Trail
Iris Avenue
Rose Avenue
Ironhawk Court
Idaho Street
Iroquois Trail
Birchbark Trail
Iroquois Trail
Pawnee Drive (both intersections)
Jason Court
Fair Oaks Road
Kalamazoo Court
Canyon Trail
Kamiah Court
Munson Trail
Kansas Street
Flint Trail
Kehoe Boulevard
Gary Avenue
Kehoe Boulevard
Schmale Road
Kelly Drive
County Farm Road
Kimberly Drive
Fullerton Avenue
Kimberly Drive
Kehoe Boulevard
Kimberly Drive
Lies Road
Kingsbridge Drive
Woodhill Drive (both intersections)
Knollwood Drive
Woodhill Drive
Kuhn Road
Birchbark Trail
Kuhn Road
Lies Road
Kuhn Road
Mohican Road
Kuhn Road
Thunderbird Trail
Lacrosse Street
Canyon Trail
Lance Lane
Birchbark Trail
Lenox Court
Concord Lane
Lies Road
Fair Oaks Road
Lies Road
Kuhn Road
Lies Road
Schmale Road
Lightning Trail
Evergreen Drive
Lilac Lane
Rose Avenue (all intersections with)
Lily Lane
Rose Avenue
Longmeadow Drive
Birchbark Trail
Main Place
Gundersen Drive
Main Place
St. Charles Road
Main Place (Northbound )
Thornhill Drive
Malibu Court
Flint Trail
Maple Ridge Court
Fair Oaks Road
Matthew Lane
Birchbark Trail
Mayfair Drive
Buckingham Drive
McNees Drive
Kuhn Road
Medford Drive
Thunderbird Trail
Merbach Drive
Army Trail
Merbach Drive
Lies Road
Mercedes Drive
Gary Avenue
Mesa Verde Court
Munson Drive
Mill Court
Woodhill Drive
Minnesota Court
Teton Circle
Mission Street
Kimberly Drive
Mission Street
Schmale Road
Moccasin Court
Canyon Trail
Mohawk Drive
Blackhawk Drive
Mohican Road
Kuhn Road
Morton Road
Birchbark Trail
Morton Road
Lies Road
Mountain Glen Way
High Ridge Pass
Municipal Center Parking Lot (both drives)
Hiawatha Drive
Munson Drive
County Farm Road
Munson Drive
Kuhn Road
Mystic Court
Woodlake Drive
Napa Street
Flint Trail
Napa Street
Niagara Street
Navajo Street
Canyon Trail
Nebraska Circle
Teton Circle
Nekoma Court
Pawnee Drive
New Britton Road
Rose Avenue
Newburg Court
Woodhill Drive
Nez Perce Court
Munson Drive
Niagara Street
Flint Trail
Oakwood Drive
Woodhill Drive
Oakwood Drive
Woodlake Drive
Ohio Court
Canyon Trail
Old Gary (S)
Goldenhill Street
Omaha Street
Flint Trail
Oriole Trail
Spring Valley Drive
Osage Circle
Pawnee Drive
Oswego Drive
Pawnee Drive
Ottawa Court
Flint Trail
Overlook Lane
Brookstone Drive
Oxford Drive
Big Horn Trail
Oxford Drive
Fair Oaks Road
Paddock Drive
County Farm Road
Paddock Drive
Morton Road
Palomino Street
Canyon Trail
Papoose Court
Flint Trail
Park Hill Trail
Gary Avenue
Parkside Drive
Burke Drive
Parkview Circle
Woodhill Drive
Parkview Circle
Woodlake Drive
Pawnee Drive
County Farm Road
Pawnee Drive
Morton Road
Pebblecreek Trail
Hiawatha Drive
Pembrook Court
President Street
Penfield Drive
Birchbark Trail
Pennsboro Court
Big Horn Trail
Petersburg Court
Big Horn Trail
Pheasant Trail
Spring Valley Drive (both intersections)
Phillips Court
Schmale Road
Plum Grove Court
Fair Oaks Road
Pocohantas Trail
Chippewa Trail
Pontiac Lane
Pawnee Drive
Portsmouth Court
Spring Valley Drive
President Court
President Street
President Street
North Avenue
President Street
St. Charles Road
Quail Run Court
Park Hill Trail
Quincy Court
Birchbark Trail
Randy Road
Schmale Road
Regency Lane
Buckingham Drive
Regency Lane
Woodhill Drive
Ridge Trail
Morton Road
Robin Drive
Spring Valley Drive (both intersections)
Rockport Drive
Bennington Drive
Rockport Drive
Woodlake Drive
Rocky Valley Way
Brookstone Drive
Rolling Oaks Drive
Fair Oaks Road
Rose Court
Rose Avenue
Rose Avenue
Lies Road (both intersections)
Royal Glen Lane
Baybrook Lane
Royal Glen Lane
Woodhill Drive
St. Paul Boulevard
Kimberly Drive
St. Paul Boulevard
Schmale Road
Saginaw Court
Canyon Trail
Sandcreek Drive
Birchbark Trail
Sandhurst Lane
Woodhill Drive
Santa Fe Court
Flint Trail
Sauk Court
Munson Drive
Schmale Road
Fullerton Avenue
Scott Court
Woodhill Drive
Seabury Circle
Woodlake Drive
Seminole Lane
Thunderbird Trail
Seneca Lane