351.15  SNOW EMERGENCY LANES.
   (a)   The parking lanes on the following streets are designated as snow emergency lanes:
      (1)   Harrison Avenue throughout the corporate limits of the City not under Hamilton County maintenance.
      (2)   Broadway from State Street to Harrison Avenue.
      (3)   State Street throughout the corporate limits of the City not under Hamilton County maintenance.
      (4)   Walnut Street from Park Avenue to Broadway.
      (5)   Sycamore Street from Dair Avenue to Etta Avenue.
      (6)   Hill Street from Dair Avenue to Broadway.
      (7)   Sunset Avenue from State Street to Lellan Avenue.
      (8)   Westfield Drive from Sunset Avenue to Featherwood Drive.
      (9)   Featherwood Drive from Westfield Drive to Campbell Road.
      (10)   Campbell Road throughout the corporate limits of the City not under Hamilton County maintenance.
      (11)   West Road throughout the corporate limits of the City not under Hamilton County maintenance.
      (12)   Ridgeview Drive from West Road to Deerfield Drive.
      (13)   Deerfield Drive from Ridgeview Drive to Campbell Road.
      (14)   Stone Ridge from West Road to Lyness Avenue.
      (15)   Stone Drive from West Road to Harrison Avenue.
      (16)   New Haven Road throughout the corporate limits of the City not under Hamilton County maintenance.
      (17)   Carolina Trace Road throughout the corporate limits of the City not under Hamilton County maintenance.
      (18)   Country View Drive from West Road to Country Trace Drive.
      (19)   Meadowgreen Drive from Carolina Trace Road to its easternmost intersection with Circle Drive.
      (20)   Hickory Flats Drive from West Road to Rawling Drive.
      (21)   Rawling Drive from Hickory Flats Drive to Radcliffe Drive.
      (22)   Radcliffe Drive from Rawling Drive to New Haven Road.
         (Ord. 48-05.  Passed 12-20-05.)
   (b)   Signs will be erected at appropriate places along those streets notifying the general public that the parking lanes on those streets are snow emergency lanes.
   (c)   The Mayor is empowered to declare the parking lanes on the streets as snow emergency lanes when, in his opinion, it is necessary that the parking of vehicles in these lanes be restricted in order to be able to remove the snow therefrom.
   (d)   Upon the declaration by the Mayor that a snow emergency exists, all citizens will be notified as expeditiously as possible of the existence of a snow emergency and automobiles parked in the parking lanes on the streets shall be required to be removed by a certain time as designated by the Mayor. (1993 Code 76.07)
   (e)   Any person who does not remove his vehicle from a snow emergency lane by the time designated by the Mayor, as provided in this section, shall be subject to having his vehicle towed from the snow emergency lane and shall be subject to a fine. (1993 Code 76.99(B))
   (f)   Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, whoever violates this section is guilty of a minor misdemeanor.  If, within one year of the offense, the offender previously has been convicted of or pleaded guilty to one predicate motor vehicle or traffic offense, whoever violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the fourth degree.  If, within one year of the offense, the offender previously has been convicted of two or more predicate motor vehicle or traffic offenses, whoever violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the third degree.