(A)   Interference With Snow Removal: It shall be unlawful for any person to park, abandon, or otherwise leave unattended any vehicle or trailer, as defined in chapter 1 of title 49, Idaho Code, on any city right of way at any time or in any manner which will obstruct or hinder any city employee, city contractor, or state of Idaho employee during snow removal operations or which will leave any vehicle in such a position that it is subject to damage by city employees, city contractors, or state employees engaged in snow removal operations. This provision shall not prohibit the stopping of passenger vehicles for periods of time sufficient to load or discharge passengers from such vehicles. Owners of vehicles parked in violation of this section shall be subject to citation or towing. Owners of vehicles parked in violation of this section shall also be held liable for any damage to snow removal equipment, which may occur due to contact with said vehicle. The city of McCall and the state of Idaho shall not be liable for damage to any vehicles or property parked in violation of this section. Snow removal operations shall be deemed completed at such time as the full width of the street right of way has been restored.
For the purposes of this chapter, snow removal operations from November 1 to March 31 of the following year are presumed to occur daily in the central business district (defined at subsection 3.4.01(C) of this code) and that portion of Third Street between Railroad Avenue and Colorado Street between the hours of three o'clock (3:00) A.M. and seven o'clock (7:00) A.M., in all other zones between the hours of three o'clock (3:00) A.M. and twelve o'clock (12:00) noon.
   (B)   Snow Deposited On Right Of Way Prohibited: Snow may not be dumped, deposited, placed, or pushed into a city street or public right of way. Snow removed from private property may not be piled so as to block or cover a fire hydrant, snow pole, street sign, culvert inlets and outlets, or other drainage structures.
   (C)   Penalties: Any person violating this section shall be fined twenty five dollars ($25.00); provided, further, that any person who violates this section for a second time in any twelve (12) month period shall be subject to the general penalty found in section 1.3.1 of this code. (Ord. 920, 2-13-2014)