§ 17-37.  Fire hydrants and fire lanes.
   (a)   Fire hydrants. No person shall park within six (6) feet of any fire hydrant in the city at any time of the day or night.
   (b)   Fire lanes. There is hereby delegated to the chief of the fire department, the power to establish fire lanes, where parking will be prohibited, when, upon his survey, and in his judgment, the public health, safety, and convenience, and the existence of potential fire hazards and dangers to human life and property demand it.  Upon the determination of the need for such lanes, he shall cause the same to be painted either yellow or red, and appropriately marked.
(Code 1977, § 55.060)
   Cross reference--Fire prevention and protection generally, Ch. 6.