No person shall stop, stand, or park a vehicle in any of the following public places or manners, except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the directions of a police officer, or other authorized person, or pursuant to a traffic control device:
   (A)   On the unimproved portion of a street, such as the berm or shoulder, within ten (10) feet of the roadway, subject to the exception of a vehicle that has been disabled in such a manner and to such an extent that it is impossible or impracticable to avoid the occupation of the shoulder until repairs have been made or sufficient help obtained for its removal. In no event shall a disabled vehicle remain on the shoulder for twenty-four (24) hours or more;
   (B)   On a sidewalk;
   (C)   In front of sidewalk ramps provided for persons with disabilities;
   (D)   In any parking space designated and established for use by disabled persons unless the vehicle properly displays special designating plates or permits issued by any state;
   (E)   In front of or within ten (10) feet of the entrance to a public or private driveway or alleyway, or within thirty (30) feet of the driveway entrance to any fire station;
   (F)   On a crosswalk or within twenty (20) feet of a crosswalk not located at an intersection;
   (G)   Within an intersection or within thirty (30) feet of any traffic control devices such as a flashing beacon, stop sign, yield sign, or traffic control signal;
   (H)   Within ten (10) feet of a fire hydrant, fire safety sprinkler, standpipe or other fire protections system control valve, whether such valve is mounted on a building or on the ground;
   (I)   In a marked fire lane;
   (J)   On the approach to or upon any bridge, causeway, or within any tunnel;
   (K)   In the opposite direction of the movement of traffic;
   (L)   In an alley, except while loading or unloading individuals, merchandise, or other materials or within a marked and designated parking space;
   (M)   Within fifty (50) feet of the nearest rail of a railroad crossing;
   (N)   In an area between the roadways of a divided street;
   (O)   In a manner that blocks traffic or interferes with or blocks the passage of other vehicles;
   (P)   At any place where any portion of the vehicle extends into an area where official signs or other markings prohibit stopping, standing, or parking, or where the curb is painted red;
   (Q)   At any place where any portion of the vehicle is parked in a manner so that the vehicle is not completely within a designated space; or
   (R)   In any area that is signed or painted as to restrict parking.
(Ord. 2014-1631, passed 1-23-14; Am. Ord. 2017-1732, passed 4-27-17)