(A)   The city finds that parking on public rights of way and other city controlled properties is regulated to promote traffic safety, enhance the smooth flow of traffic, and in certain areas of high demand for parking spaces, to fairly allocate parking spaces among the public by limiting time.
   (B)   Limiting parking in business districts helps facilitate commerce by promoting frequent turnover for conducting business-related activities or shopping, rather than employee or any other long-term parking.
   (C)   Effective enforcement of parking regulations is required to meet the objectives of the chapter, and to protect the health, safety and welfare of both drivers and pedestrians using public rights-of-way.
(Ord. 2014-1631, passed 1-23-14; Am. Ord. 2017-1732, passed 4-27-17)