§ 95.25  VEHICLE OPERATION AND PARKING.
   (A)   A person who operates a motor vehicle within the boundaries of the airport shall comply with all of the following requirements.
      (1)   A person shall only operate a motor vehicle in locations designated by the Airport Manager and such operation of a motor vehicle shall not interfere with aircraft movement and shall not create hazardous conditions to persons, property or airport operations.
      (2)   A person shall not operate a snowmobile and/or a recreational or off-road vehicle within the airport boundaries without the written approval of the Airport Manager.
   (B)   A person who parks a motor vehicle within the boundaries of the airport shall comply with all of the following requirements.
      (1)   The motor vehicle shall only be parked in locations designated by the Airport Manager.
      (2)   A parking permit for that motor vehicle shall be issued under division (B)(4) below and shall not be transferred to any other motor vehicle, except as authorized in division (B)(5) below.
      (3)   An annual parking permit shall be affixed to the motor vehicle to which it was issued in the bottom right-hand corner of the front windshield of that motor vehicle. A six-month, monthly, weekly, overnight and daily (non-overnight) parking permit shall be hung from the rearview mirror of the motor vehicle in such a manner that the permit information is visible from the outside of the motor vehicle; provided, however, any parking permit issued for a motor vehicle prior to the effective date hereof may remain displayed or affixed to that motor vehicle in the location designated at the time the permit was issued. Any subsequent parking permit shall comply with the display and location requirements of this division (B).
      (4)   The motor vehicle shall only be parked in the parking area authorized by the parking permit issued pursuant to this chapter. Parking in any other area shall be a violation of this chapter.
      (5)   A motor vehicle shall not be parked in the parking area authorized by the parking permit beyond the time period authorized by such parking permit.
      (6)   A motor vehicle shall not be parked in the designated loading/unloading zone located adjacent to the south side of the terminal building; provided, however, a motor vehicle may be temporarily stopped for no more than ten minutes in the loading/unloading zone for the purpose of picking up or dropping off passengers or for the purpose of loading or unloading passenger luggage, if the driver of the motor vehicle remains at all times with the motor vehicle.
   (C)   A person who desires to park a motor vehicle within the boundaries of the airport shall apply for and obtain a parking permit for the motor vehicle prior to the motor vehicle being parked within the boundaries of the airport and shall pay the fee established pursuant to the schedule of rates and charges. The application shall be on a form provided by the Airport Manager and shall contain the following information:
      (1)   Name and address of the registered owner of the motor vehicle and contact phone number of the registered owner when applying for an annual permit or a six-month permit. The name and address of the registered owner of the motor vehicle shall not be required when applying for a monthly, weekly, overnight or daily (non-overnight) parking permit;
      (2)   Make, model, model year, color and license plate number of the motor vehicle;
      (3)   Parking area desired, which shall be one of the following:
         (a)   Premium parking area;
         (b)   Daily parking area;
         (c)   Multi-day/overnight/annual permit parking area;
         (d)   Employee parking area; and
         (e)   Overflow/oversized vehicle parking area.
      (4)   The type of parking permit desired, which shall be one of the following:
         (a)   An annual permit, which shall be valid from April 1 to March 31 of the succeeding year;
         (b)   A six-month permit, which shall be valid for a period of six months from the date of issuance;
         (c)   A monthly permit, which shall be valid for a period of 30 days from the date of issuance;
         (d)   A weekly permit, which shall be valid for a period of seven days from the date of issuance;
         (e)   An overnight permit, which shall be valid until 11:59 p.m. of the day following the date of issuance; and
         (f)   A daily (non-overnight) permit, which shall be valid until 11:59 p.m. of the day of issuance.
   (D)   After receiving an administratively complete application, the Airport Manager or Airport Manager’s designee shall issue the requested parking permit if he or she determines that the applicable fee has been paid and that there is a parking space available within the parking area desired by the applicant. No parking permit shall be issued until all information required under division (C) above is provided.
   (E)   An annual parking permit may be transferred to another motor vehicle only if all of the following requirements are met.
      (1)   The parking permit that was previously issued shall be surrendered to the Airport Manager, or his or her designee, prior to a new parking permit being issued under this division (E).
      (2)   The motor vehicle to which the parking permit will be transferred shall be registered to a parent, spouse or sibling of the person to whom the original parking permit was issued, or to a legal dependent of the person to whom the original parking permit was issued who has a valid driver’s license and who is claimed as a dependent on the federal income tax return filed by the person to whom the original parking permit was issued. The person requesting the transfer shall establish the required relationship of this division (E).
      (3)   The parking permit being transferred shall not have been transferred more than three previous times.
      (4)   The transferred parking permit shall be affixed to the windshield of the motor vehicle to which it was transferred as required by division (E)(3) above.
   (F)   Any parking permit used in violation of this section or obtained through any fraud or misrepresentation, in addition to the penalty provisions of § 95.99 of this chapter, shall be subject to revocation by the Airport Manager, with no refund of any parking permit fee paid. Any such revocation may be appealed to the City Manager, who shall review the matter anew.
(Prior Code, § 2.193)  (Ord. 755, passed 2-20-2012)  Penalty, see § 95.99