§ 72.12  PARKING WITH PERMITS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES; FIRE LANE.
   (A)   Any other provision to the contrary notwithstanding, a motor vehicle bearing a decal in its front windshield issued by the County Clerk pursuant to appropriate county ordinances for persons with disabilities, when operated by a person with disabilities or when transporting a person with disabilities, may be parked in a designated parking place for persons with disabilities, or when parked in a metered parking  space  may  be  parked for two hours for no fee, or when parked where any parking limit is imposed may be parked for two hours in excess of the parking limit.  The motor vehicle may be parked in a loading zone for that period of time necessary to permit entrance or exit of the person with disabilities to or from the parked vehicle, but in no circumstances longer than 30 minutes.
   (B)   This section shall not permit parking in a “no stopping” or “no parking” zone nor where parking is prohibited for the purpose of creating a fire lane or to accommodate heavy traffic during morning, afternoon, or evening hours, nor permit a motor vehicle to be parked in such a manner as to constitute a traffic hazard.
(Am. Ord. 19-13, passed 4-22-19)  Penalty, see § 72.15