§ 72.999  PENALTY.
   (A)   (1)    The penalty for violating any permit parking, overtime parking, no parking any time and restricted parking provisions shall be a fine of $20 if paid within 30 days of the violation and, if not so paid within 30 days of the violation, the fine shall be $25. The penalty for violating fire lane parking shall be a fine of $30 if paid within 30 days; and, if not so paid within 30 days, the fine shall be $35. Fines shall not be paid in pennies.
      (2)   Payment of the fines referred to in division (A)(1) above may be made by depositing the money in the envelope provided in the courtesy box, by paying same at the City Clerk’s office, City Hall, or by mailing the fee in the envelope provided by depositing it in any proper U.S. mail box with sufficient U.S. postage affixed thereon.
      (3)   Each subsequent hour that the vehicle shall remain improperly parked after each summons is issued shall constitute a new and separate violation and shall incur the same penalty.
      (4)   If such penalty provided for in divisions (A)(1) and (A)(2) above is not paid as provided or if sufficient U.S. postage is not affixed when the citation is mailed such penalty shall be $5.
      (5)   If any penalty set forth in this section is not so paid as provided in this section within ten days after such violation, the person, firm or corporation liable shall be chargeable upon an information filed in the appropriate court and shall be subject to such penalty under costs as the court shall determine.
(2013 Code, § 20-168)
   (B)   The fine for each violation in § 72.003 of this chapter shall be $50, plus surcharges.
(2013 Code, § 20-170)
   (C)   Anyone violating the provisions of § 72.018 of this chapter shall be fined $20, if paid within 30 days of the date of the violation. If not paid within 30 days the fine shall be $25. Violations shall be charged and collected in the same manner as other parking violations, by notice of a fine payable to the City Clerk.
(2013 Code, § 20-234)
   (D)   (1)   Number of parked vehicles, composition, location and size of driveways and driveway extensions. Any person, corporation or legal entity who is the owner, whether the legal or equitable title holder, of a residential lot who violates any of the regulations for the number of parked vehicles, composition, location and size of driveways and driveway extensions contained in §§ 72.038(A), (B) and (C) and 72.039(A)(1), (A)(2), (A)(3) and (A)(4) of this chapter is guilty of and may be charged either with a simple misdemeanor, which, upon conviction, is punishable pursuant to § 10.999(A) of this code of ordinances or a municipal infraction, which, upon judgment entered against a defendant, is punishable by the civil penalties and subject to the remedies defined in I.C.A. § 364.22 or any amendments thereto. Each day that a violation occurs or is permitted to exist constitutes a separate offense, whether charged as a simple misdemeanor or municipal infraction.
      (2)   Front, side and rear yard parking regulations. Any person, corporation or legal entity who violates any of the regulations for parking or storing a motor vehicle or vehicle in the front, side or rear yard of a residential lot contained in §§ 72.040(A) and (B) and 72.041 of this chapter is subject to the following procedures.
         (a)   Any such violator may be issued a notice of violation and fine due and payable to the City Clerk. The fine for any such violation shall be $30 if paid within 30 days of the date upon which the violation occurred, and $35 if not paid within 30 days of the date upon which the violation occurred, due and payable to the City Clerk. Each day that a violation occurs or is permitted to exist constitutes a separate violation. Payment of any such fine may be made by depositing the money in the envelope provided in any courtesy box, by payment at the City Clerk’s office in City Hall, or by mailing the money in the envelope provided by depositing it in the U.S. mail with sufficient U.S. postage affixed thereon. The City Clerk is not required to accept any coin in payment of any such fine.
         (b)   Any such violator may be charged either with a simple misdemeanor, which, upon conviction, is punishable pursuant to § 10.999(A) of this chapter, or a municipal infraction, which, upon judgment entered against a defendant, is punishable by the civil penalties and subject to the remedies defined in I.C.A. § 364.22 or any amendments thereto, if any such violator either denies any violation contained in any notice of violation issued pursuant to division (E)(2)(a) above or fails to pay the fine provided in division (E)(2)(a) above and indicated in any notice of violation issued pursuant thereto within 30 days of the date upon which the violation occurred. Each day that a violation occurs or is permitted to exist constitutes a separate offense, whether charged under this division (E)(2)(b) as a simple misdemeanor or municipal infraction.
(2013 Code, § 20-252)
(Ord. 13560, passed 6-25-1979; Ord. 14521, passed 12-11-1995; Ord. 14540, passed 4-22-1996; Ord. 14561, passed 10-13-1997; Ord. 14665, passed 11-13-2000; Ord. 14672, passed 2-26-2001; Ord. 14714, passed 7-14-2003; Ord. 14782, passed 4-24-2006; Ord. 14912, passed 11-26-2012; Ord. 14998, passed 6-22-2020)