§ 71.05  TRUCK PARKING.
   (A)   Detached trailer. It is unlawful for any person, as driver or operator of a semi-trailer, or as the registered owner of a semi-trailer, to park, stop or leave running or cause, or to allow or even to permit to be parked, stopped or left running, whether knowingly or unknowingly, a semi-trailer, not attached to a truck or truck tractor upon any public street, municipally-owned parking area at city properties, or other public property.
   (B)   Residential District. It is unlawful for any person, as driver or operator of a semi-trailer or as the registered owner of a semi-trailer, to park, stop or leave running, or cause, allow or permit to be parked, stopped or left running, whether knowingly or unknowingly, any such semi-trailer, whether or not attached to a truck tractor, within any area zoned as a residential district, except for the purpose of and while engaged in the loading and unloading of the semi-trailer. The truck with attached semi- trailer may only be parked in a residential district during the time it is actually engaged in continuous actual acts of loading or unloading such a semi-trailer, otherwise parking shall not be allowed in a Residential District.
   (C)   It is unlawful to park a semi-trailer, whether or not attached to a truck-tractor, except in the Business District, for the period from 12:00 midnight to 6:00 a.m. No parking of any semi-trailer, whether attached or not to a truck tractor, shall be permitted within the city, except in those areas or zones specifically marked or authorized by the city as areas where the parking is permitted and allowed.
(Ord. 101, passed 2-8-2010)  Penalty, see § 71.99