(a)   For purposes of this section, any driveway which provides a means of ingress or egress for the continuous flow of vehicular traffic, whether or not leading to or from parking areas, shall be considered a fire lane.
(Ord. 187-1969.  Passed 9-2-69.)
   (b)   No person shall stand or park a vehicle, except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or to comply with the directions of a police officer or a traffic control device, in any fire lane used by more than one family or tenant or used for business purposes, so as to obstruct the use of such fire lane by other persons entitled thereto.
(Ord. 264-1980.  Passed 10-6-80.)
   (c)   The provisions of this section shall not be applicable unless private or public property is posted in a conspicuous manner setting forth the prohibition of parking in such fire lane.
   (d)   At the request of the owner of the property or his or her duly authorized agent, any vehicle found violating this section may be towed away by the City at the expense of the owner of the vehicle, provided that the owner of the property agrees to indemnify and hold the City harmless from all expense, cost or liability, if any, for such action.  In no event shall the owner of the vehicle be charged a fee for the tow in excess of the amount stipulated in the City's contract for towing services.
(Ord. 187-1969.  Passed 9-2-69.)
Penalty - see Sections 307.01, 307.02 and 351.99