Except as defined herein, all words and phrases used in this subchapter shall be defined according to their common usage and meaning, or as defined in M.S. Chapter 169, as it may be amended from time to time.
   BOULEVARD. The area lying adjacent to a roadway which lies between the roadway and the sidewalk. BOULEVARD shall exclude the roadway, but shall include the sidewalk. In the event there is no sidewalk located near to and parallel to a roadway, the outer boundary of the BOULEVARD away from the roadway shall be the boundary line of the easement, license or other conveyance authorizing the placement of the roadway.
   PARK. To stop a vehicle and leave it unattended, or to stop a vehicle while attended, and fail to move the vehicle when requested by a police officer.
   ROADWAY. The entire width between boundary lines, excluding the boulevard thereto, of any street, highway, alley or any way or place when any part thereof is open to use of the public, as a matter of right, for the purposes of vehicular traffic. Where the roadway is bordered on both sides by curbs, the roadway shall be limited to the area lying between and including the curbs.
   VEHICLE. Every device in, upon, or by which any person or property is or may be transported or drawn upon a roadway, including, but not limited to, automobiles, trucks, motorcycles, snowmobiles, all other motor vehicles, bicycles, trailers, campers and all other devices without motive power or propelled solely by human power.
(Ord. 90, passed 5-26-1981)