10.46.090   Time limitations.
   (a)   Upon the adoption by the City Council of theresolution designating a residential permit parking area, City staff shall cause appropriate signs to be erected in the area, indicating prominently thereon the time limitation, period of the day for its application, and conditions under which permit parking shall be exempt therefrom.
   (b)   Vehicles not displaying a valid residential parking permit may park up to two hours. After the two hour period, vehicles will be prohibited from re-parking within the same block. These limits will be enforced every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday between eight a.m. and five p.m., except holidays. Vehicles not displaying a valid permit during these periods and exceeding the two hour maximum parking allowance may be cited pursuant to section 10.44.010(c) of this Code. All vehicles may utilize on-street parking in College Terrace outside of this specified enforcement period.
   (c)   For the first ninety days following the effective date of this ordinance, the Director of Planning and Development Services shall provide monthly updates to the neighborhood and residents of the permit parking area, outlining the parking conditions in the neighborhood as compared to parking conditions prior to implementation. The Director shall also, not later than three months after implementation of the program, provide an informational report to the City Council summarizing such information and, if deemed necessary, outlining changes to the residential permit parking regulations. If the Director determines that parking problems are not substantially addressed by the program, the Director may, after consultation and input from the neighborhood, implement such changes to the time limitations described in subsection (b). These may include, but are not limited to:
   (1)   No re-parking after two hours anywhere within the neighborhood area;
   (2)   No re-parking after two hours within a specific subarea of the neighborhood.
If recommended by the Director, the revisions to theRPPP shall be installed not later than thirty days afterpresentation and notice to the neighborhood. If, during the thirty day period, a minimum of twenty-five percent of the program participants provide written requests for Council review of the changes, implementation shall be delayed until the Council reviews the changes at thesoonest available date.
   (c)   Ambulances, fire department vehicles, police vehicles or public utilities vehicles which have an official seal or logo identifying them as such shall be exempt from the time restrictions established in this subsection.
   (d)   Motor vehicles identified as used by disabled persons meeting the requirements of Section 22511.5 of the California Vehicle Code shall be exempt from time posted time limitations.
(Ord. 5494 § 3, 2020: Ord. 5060 § 3, 2009)