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A. The chief of police is hereby authorized and empowered to promulgate and enforce temporary emergency and/or temporary traffic regulations, including imposition of regulations on street obstructions, traffic movement, implementation of traffic control signalization and signage and limitations on parking, standing or stopping of vehicles as follows:
1. In situations where the chief of police shall determine that an emergency exists and that the safety and welfare of the general public will be served by such regulations; or
2. Such other temporary regulations as the chief of police may determine are necessary for control of parking, stopping, standing, street obstructions, loading zones, signalization, traffic movement, or other traffic and/or parking control on a temporary basis in order to evaluate the possible permanent implementation of same.
B. Such emergency and/or temporary regulations shall remain in effect only during the period of emergency, or for such time as determined by the chief of police, but in no event for more than ninety (90) days without the adoption of an enabling ordinance. Further, such temporary regulations may be revoked by the mayor and/or the city council.
C. Further, the mayor and/or the chief of police is hereby authorized and empowered to make and enforce regulations relative to the operation of any valet service within the city, including, but not limited to 1 :
1. Use of any property, parking stalls or any city property by valet operators; and
2. Designation of streets, lots, or alleys upon which valet operators are permitted to park vehicles; and
3. Designation of streets, lots, or alleys upon which valet operators are prohibited to park vehicles; and
4. Valet operator signage. (Ord. 2004-O-68, 10-5-2004)
1. See title 4, chapter 8 of this code.