SCHEDULE V. ONE-WAY STREETS.
   Upon those streets and parts of streets and in those alleys described below, 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.
 
Street
From
To
Direction of Travel
3rd Street
Adams
5th Street
North
5th Street
3rd Street
Adams
South
7th Street
Monroe
Nuttman Avenue
North
Adams
2nd Street - Mercer Avenue
1st Street
East
Court
2nd Street
3rd Street
West
Jackson
5th Street
3rd Street
East
Madison
Second Street
First Street
East*
Maple
3rd Street
5th Street
West
Marshall
3rd Street
5th Street
West
Alley between Madison and Monroe
Madison Street
Alley between 2nd Street and 3rd Street
North
Alley between Madison and Monroe
Monroe Street
Inlot number 86
South
Alley between Madison and Monroe
Monroe Street
Intersection with the east-west alley
South
Alley between 2nd Street and Third Street
2nd Street
Alley between Madison Street and Monroe Street
West
 
   *   Provided, however, at such times as Madison Street between Second Street and First Street is blocked off as a plaza for community events, such street shall be limited to pedestrian use only and vehicular traffic shall be prohibited on said street during such events. The city Street Department is hereby authorized and directed to erect appropriate street signs along Madison Street to give effect to this schedule.
      The west 132 feet of the east-west alley between Second Street and First Street in the block between Monroe Street and Madison Street is hereby established as a pedestrian alley for pedestrian use only and vehicular traffic shall be prohibited on said alley portion, unless the city authorizes temporary vehicular use to allow short term, local deliveries to adjoining businesses.
(Prior Code, § 73.1)  (Ord. 1983-11, passed 6-21-1983; Ord. 2010-3, passed 5-4-2010; Ord. 2017-2, passed 5-2-2017; Ord. 2017-16, passed 11-21-2017; Ord. 2019-18, passed 10-15-2019)  Penalty, see § 70.99