PENDING ORDINANCES
ORDINANCE NO. 1701
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 9 CHAPTERS 3, 4 AND 5
OF THE PLACERVILLE MUNICIPAL CODE (Public Parking Facilities)
 
   The City Council of the City of Placerville does ordain as follows:
Title 9, Chapters 3, 4 and 5 of the Placerville Municipal Codes shall be amended as shown in the attached documents. 
 
   The above Ordinance was introduced at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Placerville on November 12, 2019, by Councilmember Taylor, seconded by Councilmember Thomas, and the reading of said Ordinance was waived. The second reading of the Ordinance was also waived on December 10, 2019. Councilmember Taylor moved for adoption of the Ordinance seconded by Councilmember Borelli, and a poll vote was taken which stood as follows:
AYES:      Acuna, Borelli, Saragosa, Taylor, Thomas
NOES:      None
ABSENT:   None
ABSTAIN:   None
 
                        ____________________________
                        Mayor Mark A Acuna
ATTEST:
______________________________
Regina O’Connell, City Clerk
 
9.3.1 - NO-PARKING AREAS.
A.  No operator of any vehicle shall stop, stand, park or leave standing such vehicle in any of the following places, except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the direction of a police officer or other authorized officer, or traffic sign or signal or as otherwise provided herein:
 
1.  Within any divisional island unless authorized and clearly indicated with appropriate signs or markings;
 
2.  On either side of any street between the projected property lines or designated limits of any public walk, crosswalk, public steps, street, or thoroughfare terminating at such street, when such area is indicated by appropriate signs or by red paint upon the curb surface;
 
3.  In any area where the city engineer determines that the parking or stopping of a vehicle would constitute a traffic hazard or would endanger life or property, when such area is indicated by appropriate signs or by red paint upon the curb surface;
 
4.  In any area established by resolution of the council, as a no-parking area, when such area is indicated by appropriate signs or by red paint upon the curb surface;
 
5.  In any area where the parking or stopping of any vehicle would constitute a traffic hazard or would endanger life or property;
 
6.  On any street or highway where the use of such street or highway or a portion thereof is necessary for the cleaning, repair or construction of the street or highway, or the installation of underground utilities, or where the use of street or highway or any portion thereof is authorized for a purpose other than the normal flow of traffic, or where the use of the street or highway or any portion thereof is necessary for the movement of equipment, articles, or structures of unusual size, and parking of such vehicle would prohibit or interfere with such use or movement; provided, that signs giving notice of such no parking are erected or placed at least twenty-four hours prior to the effective time of such no parking;
 
7.  At any place within twenty feet of a point on the curb immediately opposite the midblock end of a safety zone, when such place is indicated by appropriate signs or by red paint upon the curb surface;
 
8.  Within twenty feet of the approach of any traffic signal, stop sign, or official electric flashing device;
 
9.  On all unimproved public property of the city where the city engineer has by appropriate signs so indicated the area to be a no-parking area;
 
10.  On any alley for any purpose other than the loading and unloading of persons or materials except if appropriately marked for parking;
 
11.  There shall be no parking on public or private property designated and posted for a fire lane pursuant to the provisions of the Uniform Fire Code as adopted by the city.
 
12.  There shall be no parking allowed on any street where the area for parking causes the vehicle to cross the fog line, or on those streets where no fog line exists, encroaches into the lane of travel in such a manner as to create an unsafe condition.
 
B.    When said curb markings or signs are in place no operator of any vehicle shall stop, stand or park a vehicle adjacent to any legible curb marking or sign in violation of any of the provisions of this title.
 
9-3-2: PARKING IN DESIGNATED SPACES ONLY:
For streets marked off and designated with white lines parallel and perpendicular to the curb, it shall be unlawful for any person to park any vehicle on any portion of said street except within those parallel and perpendicular white lines along the curb, or next to the sidewalk.    (Ord. 624, 6-4-1928)
9-3-3: RESTRICTED PARKING ZONES DESIGNATED:
The City Engineer shall establish, allot, and indicate by suitable lines or other means of indication, in any block in any street, any or all of the types of parking zones hereafter set forth; provided, however, that no zone pertaining to parking may be established on a state highway without first having received the necessary legal consent from the California state department of transportation. If a parking zone request is determined to be unwarranted, notification will be given to the requestor who then has the option to have the issue brought before the city council, via a written request to the city clerk's office, requesting that the issue be agendized for council consideration. The types of zones are as follows:
(A)    Passenger loading zones (White Zones) are areas wherein no person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle except for the loading or unloading of passengers, and the curbs adjacent to such zones shall be colored white to indicate the areas to be passenger loading zones; and that it shall be unlawful for any person to stop, stand or park a vehicle in any such zone for any purpose except for the loading or unloading of passengers, for a longer continuous period of time than ten (10) minutes.  There shall be passenger loading/unloading zones established at the following location:
 
1.   Adjacent to the westerly 20 feet of the property located at 300 Main Street.
(A)   Commercial loading zones (Yellow Zones) in the city shall be designated by having the curb adjacent to such zone painted yellow. Between the hours of eight o'clock (8:00) A.M. and six o'clock (6:00) P.M. Monday through Saturday, except holidays, use of a yellow zone by commercial vehicles as defined by the California Vehicle Code, shall be limited to the loading and unloading of passengers, freight, goods, wares or merchandise only for a period not to exceed twenty (20) minutes. For all other days and times, parking shall be permitted in a yellow zone subject to standard parking limitations for the applicable street. Any vehicle parked contrary to the limitations established above shall be subject to tow and fine. Vehicles displaying disabled person license plates, handicap placards issued by the department of motor vehicles or a city of Placerville temporary commercial loading zone permit may park in loading zones for a period of twenty (20) minutes during periods that loading zone standards are in effect as specified above. The loading or unloading of disabled persons in such zones shall be accomplished only by utilizing a curbside or right-hand door or by a door so located as to provide access at the rearmost portion of the vehicle.  Commercial vehicle loading/unloading zones (20 minute yellow zones) shall be established at the following locations:
 
 
1.   Beginning 20 feet from the Westerly edge of the property located at 300 Main Street and extending 45 feet to the East.
 
2.   On Stage Coach Alley adjacent to the businesses located at 301 and 305 Main Street.
 
3.   On Stage Coach Alley from roughly the midpoint between the northeasterly and northwesterly corners of the businesses located at 359 Main Street to the westerly side of the business located at 379 Main Street.
 
4.   Adjacent to the businesses at 400 - 430 Main Street.
 
5.   Adjacent to the business at 447 Main Street.
 
6.   Adjacent to the businesses at 482 and 484 Main Street.
 
7.   On the west side of Pacific Street (State Route 49) beginning at a point eighty feet (80') south of the Main Street intersection and terminating one hundred seventy feet (170') south of the Main Street intersection.
 
(A)   Limited time parking zones (Green Zones) are areas wherein no person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle in excess of the period of time indicated by suitable signs or markings; the council may also establish limited time parking zones, and shall fix and designate the periods of time in excess of which parking in the zones shall be illegal, and shall mark these zones by signs. It shall be unlawful for any person to stop, stand or park a vehicle in any such zone for a longer continuous period of time than that indicated by the adjacent signs or markings. The term "continuous period of time" as used in this section shall include moving a vehicle from parking space to parking space for the sole purpose of parking a vehicle in such zone for longer than the time indicated by the adjacent signs or markings.  Limited time parking zones (Green Zones) shall be established in the following locations:
 
1.   Adjacent to the business at 88 Main Street (30 minute green zone).
 
2.   Adjacent to the Parking area of 103 Main Street (20 minute green zone
 
3.   Adjacent to the business at 132 Main Street (20 minute green zone).
 
4.   Adjacent to the business at 138 Main Street (20 minute green zone).
 
5.   Adjacent to the business at 339 Main Street just west of the crosswalk (20 minute green zone).
 
6.   Adjacent to the business at 348 Main Street (20 minute green zone).
 
7.   Adjacent to the business at 359 Main Street just east of the red zone/fire hydrant (20 minute green zone).
 
8.   Adjacent to the businesses at 360 - 364 Main Street just east of the crosswalk (20 minute green zone).
 
9.   Adjacent to the business at 413 Main Street (20 minute green zone).
 
10.   On both sides of the driveway at 532 Main Street (12 minute green zone).
 
11.   Adjacent to the business at 533 Main Street (12 minute green zone).
 
12.   Adjacent to the business at 537 Main Street (12 minute green zone).
 
13.   Adjacent to the business and parking area at 542 Main Street (12 minute green zone).
 
14.   Adjacent to the business at 585 Main Street (12 minute green zone).
 
15.   Adjacent to the businesses at 617 and 619 Main Street (20 minute green zone).
 
16.   On Stage Coach Alley from the northeasterly corner of the business at 339 Main Street to a point midway between the northwesterly and northeasterly corner of the business located at 359 Main Street (20 minute green zone).
(D) No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle in excess of the period of time indicated by signs located on Main Street.
(E) Two (2) hour limited time parking zones are hereby established on the following streets between the hours of eight o'clock (8:00) A.M. and four o'clock (4:00) P.M. on non-holiday weekdays:
 
 
Bee Street
Northerly side from Coloma Street to a point lying 80 feet east of Molly Lane.
South side from a point lying 80 feet east of Molly Lane to a point lying 265 feet west of Coloma Street.
South side from a point lying 180 feet west of Coloma Street to a point lying 50 feet west of Coloma Street.
(F) Two (2) hour limited time parking zones are hereby established on the following streets between the hours of eight o'clock (8:00) A.M. and six o'clock (6:00) P.M., Monday  through Saturday, holidays excepted; except in those areas designated otherwise herein:
 
Main Street
Both sides from the eastern terminus of Forni Road easterly to Cedar Ravine Street except as otherwise designated herein.
Four spaces at the northerly terminus of Old Canal Street (Ord. 1688, 2- 28-2017
North side of Main Street between the Westerly edge of the business located at 617 Main Street and a point 40 feet east of Sheridan Street.
Pacific Street
Both Sides from Main Street to Sacramento Street except as otherwise designated herein.
 
On the east side five spaces adjacent to the parking lot at 209 Main Street
(Ord. 1688, 2-28-2017)
9-3-4: NIGHTTIME PARKING RESTRICTED:
It shall be unlawful for any person to park or leave standing any vehicle of any kind whatsoever between the hours of three o'clock (3:00) A.M. and five o'clock (5:00) A.M. on any of the streets or portions of streets hereinafter designated:  Arizona Way (9:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m.)
Canal Street.  Main Street from Canal Street to Washington Street.  Sacramento Street from Main Street to Chamberlain Street.  Spring Street. (Ord. 695, 7-16-1945)
 
9-3-5: TOW AWAY ZONES:
It shall be unlawful for any vehicle to be parked on the south side of Main Street from the east side of Reservoir Street to a point opposite the east side of the building located at 532 Main Street and on the north side of Main Street from the west side of the property located at 495 Main Street to the west side of the premises located at 533 Main Street. Any vehicle parking in the restricted areas shall be towed away. It shall be unlawful for any vehicle to be parked on the north side of Reservoir Street from the intersection of Quartz Alley to the intersection of Main Street. Any vehicle parking in the restricted area shall be towed away. (Ord. 1688, 2-28-2017)
9-3-6: TAXICAB ZONES:
The council is hereby authorized to establish by resolution a taxicab zone or zones on any street in the city and shall cause a sign or other designation to be placed adjacent to the parking zone or space indicating that the space is reserved for taxicabs. It shall be unlawful for any person to park any vehicle other than a taxicab in any parking space which is designated as a taxicab zone.  9-3-7: STOP SIGNS DESIGNATED:
The city engineer shall have the authority to establish points at intersections of any streets at which the drivers of all vehicles shall be required to come to a complete and full stop. Prior to installation of a stop sign, the Council shall adopt by resolution approving the location.  Stop signs shall be erected at a point at which the driver shall bring his vehicle to a stop. Any person requesting to have a stop sign removed or requesting the installation of a stop sign has the option to have the issue brought before council via a written request to the city clerk's office, requesting that the issue be agendized for council consideration.  A list of all stop sign locations shall be maintained in the office of the City Clerk.
 
9-3-8:  RESTRICTED PARKING
A.     In addition to those specific areas outlined in Paragraph B below, no person shall stop, park, or leave standing any vehicle on any street in the following areas when delineated by red paint on the curb or signage:
 
Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant except as follows:
 
(a)    If the vehicle is attended by a licensed driver who is seated in the front seat and who can immediately move such vehicle in case of necessity.
(b)   If the vehicle is owned or operated by a fire department and is clearly marked as a fire department vehicle.
 
1.   Within three feet of any sidewalk access ramp constructed at or adjacent to a crosswalk or at any other location on a sidewalk so as to be accessible to and useable by the physically disabled, if the area adjoining the ramp is designated by either a sign or red paint.
2.   Within 10 feet of any driveway or roadway intersection.
3.   Any area in which the distance between the curb and the center line of a two lane street or roadway is less than 20 feet.
4.   In a case where a turn lane exists in addition to the lane of travel, the total area between the left most edge of the turn lane and the curb shall not be less than 28 feet.
5.   There shall be no parking allowed on any street where the area for parking causes the vehicle to cross the fog line, or on those streets where no fog line exists, encroaches into the lane of travel in such a manner as to create an unsafe condition.
 
B.   There shall be no parking at the following locations on the streets listed below except as otherwise noted herein:
 
Acacia Way
On the east side from 2903 Acacia Way to a point 125 feet south of the southerly intersection of Bennett Drive.
On the east side from Bee Street to a point 125 feet south of the southerly intersection of Bennett Drive.
On the west side.
Anderson Way
On both sides of the northerly loop.
On the east side from Franklin Court to a point 300 feet north of Franklin Court.
On the north side of the southerly loop.
Arizona Way
On the east side from the Clay Street intersection northerly to the end of the road.
Barrett Drive
On the cul-de-sac at the westerly terminus.
Bedford Avenue
On both sides from Main Street to Coleman Street.
On both sides from Pleasant Street to a point 100 feet south of Pleasant Street.
On either side from Pleasant Street north to the city limits.
On the east side from a point 270 feet north of Coleman Street to a point 330 feet north of Coleman Street.
On the east side of Bedford Avenue from a point 290 feet south of Pleasant Street to a point 320 feet south of Pleasant Street.
On the west side from Coleman Street to Pleasant Street.
Bee Street
On the north side from Canal Street, easterly to a point lying 35 feet east of Acacia Way.
On the south side from a point lying 80 feet west of Simas Way to a point lying 25 feet east of Simas Way.
On the south side from Canal Street, easterly 138 feet.
On the south side from Coloma Street, westerly 50 feet.
Benham Court
On the east side from Fiske Street to the southerly terminus of Benham Court.
Bennett Drive
On the north side from a point 200 feet east of the southerly terminus with Acacia Way to a point 265 feet east of the southerly terminus with Acacia Way.
Brenden Way
On the Culdesac located at the end of Brenden Way
Briw Road
On the east side from the intersection of Forni Road to a point 300 feet to the south.
On the west side from the intersection of Forni Road to a point 100 feet to the south.
Broadway
On the north side adjacent to the business at 1361 Broadway.
On the north side adjacent to the business at 1287 Broadway.
On the north side adjacent to the businesses at 1257 through 1263 Broadway.
On the north side from Schnell School Road to a point 200 feet westerly, and to a point 720 feet east of Schnell School Road.
On the roadway portion from Mosquito Road to a point 320 feet easterly. There shall be a 1 hour parking zone established in the easement portion on the north side of Broadway from the prolongation of the curb line within the location described herein.
On the south side from Carson Road to a point 675 feet westerly.
On the south side from Wiltse Road to a point 150 feet easterly.
On the south side from a point 210 feet west of Wiltse Road to a point 250 feet west of Wiltse Road.
On the south side from Airport Road to a point 250 feet west of Airport Road.
Broadway Court
On the north side from Broadway to its westerly terminus.
Canal Street
On both sides from Cougar Lane, southeasterly to Bee Street.
On both sides from Simas Way, southeasterly to U.S. Highway 50.
On the northerly side from Bee Street, southeasterly to Simas Way.
Cedar Ravine Street
On the west side within 15 feet of residential driveways between 3154 and 3178 Cedar Ravine Street.
There shall be no parking on the west side of Cedar Ravine Street from a point 525 feet north of Darlington Avenue to a point 585 feet north of Darlington Avenue.
Chamberlain Street
On the north side from Chapel Street to a point 40 feet west of Chapel Street.
On the north side from Lillian Court to the westerly terminus of Chamberlain Street.
On the north side from Sacramento Street to Chapel Street.
On the south side from a point 200 feet west of Sacramento Street to a point 360 feet west of Sacramento Street.
On the south side from Sacramento Street to a point 50 feet west of Sacramento Street.
Chapel Street
On both sides from Chamberlain Street to Pacific Street.
 
Clark Street
On the east side from Pacific Street to Adams Way.
On the west side from Clark Court to the southerly terminus of Clark Street.
On the west side from Clark Court to a point 80 feet south of Pacific Street.
Clay Street
On both sides at the Highway 50 overcrossing.
Coleman Street
On the north side from Benson Street to Clay Street.
On the south side from Bedford Avenue to Lincoln Street.
On the south side from Clay Street to Lincoln Street.
Coloma Street
On the east side between Spring Street and Conrad Street.
On the west side for a distance of 100 feet in each direction from the crest of the hill between Spring Street and High Street.
Conrad Court
On the cul-de-sac located at the end of Conrad Court.
On the south side from Conrad Street to a point 75 feet east.
Corker Street
On the south side between Marshall Way and Washington Street.
Cottage Street
On the north side from Conrad Street to a point 25 feet east of Conrad Street.
On the south side from a point 470 feet west of Garden Street to a point 720 feet west of Garden Street.
Cougar Lane
On the east side from Canal Street to its northerly terminus.
On the west side from Canal Street to a point 50 feet north of Canal Street.
On the west side from its northerly terminus to a point 60 feet south.
There shall be a parking by permit only zone established on Cougar Lane on the west side beginning at a point 50 feet north of Canal Street and terminating 60 feet south of its northerly terminus.
Country Club Drive
On both sides from the easterly city limits to a point 250 feet westerly.
On the east side adjacent to the residences located between 1788 and 1814 Country Club Drive.
On the south side from Pheasant Run Drive to a point 100 feet east of Pheasant Run Drive.
Crescent Street
On the south side from the intersection of Lewis Street to a point 100 feet east.
Fair Lane
On both sides from Placerville Drive to a point 1,600 feet east.
Fairview Court
On the east side from Canal Street to a point 50 feet south of Canal Street.
On the west side from Canal Street to a point 100 feet south of Canal Street.
Fiske Street
On the south side from Benham Court to a point 75 feet west of Benham Court.
Forni Road
On the south side from the westerly city limits to a point 400 feet east.
Fowler Way
On the west side from Marshall Way to its northwesterly terminus.
Gold Street
On the north side in front of the properties at 1055, 1061 and 1071 Gold Street.
Goldner Street
On both sides from Clark Street to a point 150 feet west of Clark Street.
On the west side from Pacific Street to a point 150 feet south of Pacific Street.
Grandview Street
On both sides between Clay Street and Simon Drive.
Green Street
On both sides between Maria Vista Way and Coloma Road.
Hazzard Street
On both sides from Corina Street to Washington Street.
Hocking Street
On the east side from Morrene Drive to Mosquito Road.
On the east side from Morrene Drive to the northerly terminus of Hocking Street.
Jeffrey Lane
On the cul-de-sac at the westerly terminus of Jeffrey Lane.
Locust Street
On the east and west sides from the Main Street intersection northerly to the north side of the Locust Street Bridge over Hangtown Creek.
On the west side from the southerly end of the Highway 50 bridge abutment to the Main Street intersection.
Main Street
On the North Side from Canal Street Intersection to the Westerly edge of the parking lot located at 103 Main Street.
 
On the North Side adjacent to the property at 151 Main Street.
 
On the North Side from the Westerly edge of the property located at 209 Main Street to a point 10 feet East of the Easterly edge of the property located at 251 Main Street.
 
On the East side of the property located at 385 Main Street.
 
On the North Side adjacent to the property located at 409 Main Street
 
On the North Side from 10 feet East of the Westerly edge of the property located at 463 Main Street to the Westerly edge of the property located at 487 Main Street.
 
On the North Side from the Westerly edge of the property located at 495 Main Street to the Westerly Edge of the property located at 533 Main Street.
 
On the North Side from the Westerly edge of the property identified as the Ivy House Parking Lot to the Eastern edge of the property located at 601 Main Street.
 
On the North Side adjacent to the property located at 659 Main Street.
 
On the North Side adjacent to the building located at 693 Main Street.
 
On the South Side from the Westerly edge of the property located at 222 Main Street to the intersection of Main Street and Pacific Street.
 
On the South Side from the Eastern Terminus of Reservoir Street to the Eastern Edge of the Property located at 532 Main Street.
 
On the South Side from Cedar Ravine to Mosquito Road
Manor Drive
On both sides from Tunnel Street to the terminus of Manor Drive
Marshall Way
On either side of Marshall Way.
Molly Lane
On the east side from Bee Street northerly to a point lying 100 feet northeasterly of Weaver Way.
On the west side from Bee Street northerly 600 feet.
Morrene Drive
On either side from a point 525 feet north of Hocking Street to a point 575 feet north of Hocking Street.
On the west side from a point 250 feet north of Hocking Street to the intersection with Hocking Street.
Mosquito Road
On the east side from the intersection of the El Dorado Trail to a point 200 feet north.
 
On both sides from Main Street to the intersection of the Highway 50 On Ramp.
Moulton Drive
On the west side from Canal Street to a point 60 feet north of Canal Street.
Myrtle Avenue
On the easterly side from Canal Street, southerly 250 feet.
On the westerly side from Canal Street, southerly to Olivene Court.
Norman Street
On both sides along its entire length with the exception of the north side of its northerly most loop.
Old Canal Street
On the west side from Main Street to its northerly terminus.
Pacific Street
On the north side between Cedar Ravine Road to a point 100 feet west of Cedar Ravine Road.
On the north side between Meridian and Goldner Streets.
On the north side from Benham Street to a point 100 feet west of Sacramento Street.
On the south side from Cedar Ravine Road to a point 150 feet west of Cedar Ravine Road.
On the south side from 100 feet east of Goldner Street to Clark Street.
On the south side from 110 feet east of Benham Street to Goldner Street.
On the south side from Sacramento Street to Chapel Street.
Placerville Drive
On the east side from Ray Lawyer Drive to a point 850 feet northerly.
On the east side from Ray Lawyer Drive to a point 850 feet southerly.
On the north side in front of 583 Placerville Drive.
On the north side in front of 611 Placerville Drive.
On the south side adjacent to the business at 386 Placerville Drive.
On the west side from 55 Placerville Drive to 99 Placerville Drive.
There shall be a 4 hour parking zone established on the access road adjacent to the Placerville Drive entrance to the El Dorado County Fairgrounds.
Pleasant Street
On both sides from Bedford Avenue to its easterly terminus.
Point View Drive
On the north side adjacent to the residence at 1889 Point View Drive.
On the south side from Cardinel Drive to a point 150 feet west of Cardinel Drive.
Quartz Alley
From Main Street to Reservoir Street.
Ray Lawyer Drive
On the north side from Placerville Drive to Fair Lane.
On the south side from Placerville Drive to the access road into Venture Village Shopping Center.
Ridgecrest Court
On the east side from Woodridge Court to a point 100 feet south of Woodridge Court.
Sacramento Street
On the east side from a point 120 feet north of Pacific Street to a point 150 feet south of Pacific Street.
Schnell School Road
On the west side from the northwest intersection of the Highway 50 westbound on ramp extending 75 feet north.
Sean Drive
On the cul-de-sac at the westerly terminus of Sean Drive.
Sheridan Street
On the west side from Thompson Way to Main Street.
Sherman
On the North side from Washington Street to Sheridan Street
Simon Drive
On the south side.
On the north side from the westerly end of the driveway of the welfare office to the most westerly end of the cul-de-sac on Simon Drive.
Spanish Ravine Road
On the north side from a point 47 feet east of Washington Street to a point 350 feet east of Washington Street.
On the north side from Main Street to Washington Street.
On the north side from Washington Street to a point 27 feet east of Washington Street.
On the south side from Washington Street to a point 350 feet east of Washington Street.
Spear Street
On the east side from Moulton Drive to its northerly terminus.
Spring Street
From 500 feet north of Highway 50 to a point 800 feet north of Highway 50.
On either side from Bedford Avenue to the intersection of Garden Street.
On the north side from Elstner Street to a point 40 feet east of Elstner Street.
Stout Court
Along the northerly terminus adjacent to the Highway 50 right of way fence.
On the east side from Broadway to a point 115 feet north of Broadway.
On the west side from a point 115 feet north of Broadway to a point 175 feet north of Broadway.
Thompson Way
On the north side from a point 350 feet west of Sheridan Street to a point 750 feet west of Sheridan Street.
Tunnel Street
On both sides of Tunnel Street from Manor Drive to a point 1,050 feet northerly.
Turner Street
From Sherman Street to Corker Street with the exception of the following locations:
The east side from Corker Street to a point 240 feet northerly.
The west side from Corker Street to a point 185 feet northerly.
Washington Street
There shall be no parking on Washington Street.
Willow Street
On the west side of the northerly loop of Willow Street from Anderson Way to a point 25 feet north of Anderson Way.
Woodridge Court
On the east side from Cold Springs Road to its northerly terminus.
 
9-3-9: REGULATION OF TRAFFIC ON STATE HIGHWAYS:
Any provision of this code which regulates traffic or delegates the regulation of traffic upon state highways in any way for which the approval of the department of transportation, state of California, is required by state law, shall cease to be operative six (6) months after receipt by the council of written notice of withdrawal of approval of the state department.  Whenever this code delegates authority to a city officer or traffic committee, or authorizes action by the council to regulate traffic upon a state highway in any way which by state law requires the prior approval of the state department of transportation, no such officer or traffic committee shall exercise such authority nor shall such action by the council be effective with respect to any state highway without the prior approval in writing of the state department of transportation when and to the extent required by the Vehicle Code.  The council may, by resolution, establish on said state highways, any of the parking zones described in this chapter, subject to the approval of the state department of transportation as prescribed above.
(Ord. 1688, 2-28-2017)
9-3-10: BLUE CURB PARKING SPACES:
(A) Use Of Blue Curb Spaces: Persons using "blue curb" parking spaces shall comply with the following:
1. No person shall park or stand any vehicle in a disabled persons parking zone (blue curb) unless said vehicle bears a special license or displays a special placard issued under the provisions of section 9105 or 22511.5 of the California Vehicle Code.
2. Blue curb parking spaces shall be operative twenty four (24) hours a day, Sunday and holidays included.
3. Parking zones for the physically handicapped are subject to any temporary parking prohibitions established by the city.
(B) On Street/Off Street/Publicly Owned Parking Facilities: The City Engineer shall designate special "blue curb" parking spaces for the purpose of providing on street parking for the exclusive use by physically handicapped persons; and the City Engineer shall designate parking stalls or spaced in publicly owned, leased, or controlled off street parking facilities for exclusive use by physically handicapped persons.  It is unlawful for any person to park or leave standing any vehicle in a stall or space designated for physically handicapped persons if, immediately adjacent to and visible from such stall or space, there is posted a sign consisting of a profile view of a wheelchair with occupant in white on a blue background, unless the vehicle displays either one of the distinguishing license plates or placard issued pursuant to sections 22511.55 and 22511.59 or to disable veterans, as specified in section 5007 of the California Vehicle Code.
City owned off street parking facilities subject to this section are:  Center Street Lot Center Street Parking Structure Fox Lot Ivy House Milton Lot Mooney Lot Old City Hall Lot Placerville Station I Placerville Station II Tetrault Lot
Town Hall Lot
(C) Off Street Privately Owned Facilities: The city hereby declares that there are privately owned and operated parking facilities which may reserve parking stalls for exclusive use by physically handicapped persons. The city police department is authorized to enforce this provision.  It is unlawful for any person to park or leave standing any vehicle in a stall or space designated for physically handicapped persons, if, immediately adjacent to and visible from such stall or space, there3 is posted a sign consisting of a profile view of a wheelchair with occupant in white on a blue background, unless the vehicle displays either one of the distinguishing license plates or placard issued pursuant to sections 22511.55 and 22511.59 or to disable veterans, as specified in section 5007 of the California Vehicle Code.
(D) Identification:
1. On Street Blue Curb Spaces: Blue curb spaces shall be indicated by blue paint on the curb edge of the paved portion of the street adjacent to the space. In addition, a sign consisting of a profile view of a wheelchair with occupant in white with a blue background shall be posted immediately adjacent to and visible from the space. For further identification, the international symbol of access, may be painted on the blue curb in white followed by the word "ONLY". All signage and markings shall be in accordance with the American with Disabilities Act and the California Vehicle Code.  In addition a sign not less than seventeen inches by twenty two inches (17"x22") with lettering not less than one inch (1") in height shall be posted stating: Vehicles not displaying handicapped license plates or placards will be subject to a fine and/or tow away. Minimum Fine $250.  Vehicles will be towed away at the owner's expense, and may be reclaimed by telephoning530-642-5280.
2. Off Street/Publicly Owned Facilities: Designation of "blue curb" parking stalls in publicly owned off street parking facilities shall be made by position immediately adjacent to, and visible from same, a sign consisting of the international symbol of access. The sign shall include a profile view of a wheelchair with occupant in white on a blue background. The sign shall clearly and conspicuously state: “Minimum Fine $250” and conform to American with Disabilities Act and the California Vehicle Code.
In addition a sign not less than seventeen inches by twenty two inches (17"x22") in size must be posted either at the entrance to the parking facility or immediately adjacent to and visible from the reserved stall(s), which states with lettering not less than one inch (1") in height: "Vehicles not displaying handicapped license plates or placards will be subject to a fine and/or tow away. Minimum Fine $250.  Vehicles will be towed away at the owner's expense, and may be reclaimed by telephoning 530-642-5280". All signs shall be posted at a height of eighty inches (80") from the ground.
3. Off Street/Privately Owned Facilities: Designation of "blue curb" parking stalls in privately owned off street parking facilities shall be made by posting immediately adjacent to, and visible from same a sign consisting of the international symbol of access. The sign shall include a profile view of a wheelchair with occupant in white on a blue background. The sign shall clearly and conspicuously state: “Minimum Fine $250” and conform to American with Disabilities Act and the California Vehicle Code.
In addition, a sign not less than seventeen inches by twenty two inches (17"x22") in size with lettering not less than one inch (1") in height which clearly states: "Vehicles not displaying handicapped license plates or placards will be towed away at owner's expense. Minimum Fine $250.  Towed vehicles may be reclaimed by telephoning 530-642-5280". This sign shall be posted at the entrance to the parking facility or immediately adjacent to, and visible from the reserved stall(s).  Note: The person in lawful possession of the parking facility may then and only after first contacting the local police cause the removal of a violator's automobile from the stall to the nearest public garage.  A sign must be posted at the entry to all off street parking facilities to the effect that the facility is subject to all public traffic regulations and control.  All signs shall be posted at a height of eighty inches (80") from the ground. (Ord. 1688, 2- 28-2017)
9-3-11: RESTRICTED PARKING OF INANIMATE OBJECTS:
(A) Reserved.
(B) Any duly authorized police officer is hereby authorized to remove or cause to be removed any inanimate object other than a motorized vehicle which is parked on the streets or in the parking lots of the city.
(C) After having been removed from the street or parking lot, the inanimate object shall be stored by the city at the city of Placerville corporation yard. As soon as the owner of the inanimate object has been discovered, notice shall be given to the owner that the inanimate object has been stored at the corporation yard of the city and the owner shall be entitled to retake possession of the inanimate object at any time during normal working hours.
(D) The person owning the inanimate object shall pay a storage charge to the city of twenty dollars ($20.00) for each day the inanimate object has been stored by the city, which said sum shall be payable prior to the owner retaking possession of the inanimate object. (Ord. 1688, 2- 28-2017)
 
9-3-12: RESIDENTS ONLY PARKING ZONES:
Only residents displaying a city issued residential parking permit will be allowed to park between the hours of eight o'clock (8:00) A.M. and four o'clock (4:00) P.M. on non-holiday weekdays on the following streets:
 
Acacia Way
East side between the southerly and northerly terminus of Bennett Drive.
East side from the southerly intersection of Bennett Drive to a point 125 feet south.
Bee Street
On the northerly side from a point lying 35 feet east of Acacia Way to a point lying 80 feet east of Molly Lane.
On the south side from a point lying 25 feet east of Simas Way to a point lying 80 feet east of Molly Lane.
On the south side from a point lying 265 feet west of Coloma Street to a point lying 180 feet west of Coloma Street.
On the southeast side from a point lying 138 feet east of Canal Street to a point lying 80 feet west of Simas Way.
Bennett Drive
Both sides between its southerly and northerly terminus with Acacia Way.
Canal Street
On the southerly side from a point lying 85 feet west of Myrtle Avenue to a point lying 190 feet east of Myrtle Avenue.
Fairview Drive
On the easterly side from a point lying 50 feet southwesterly of Canal Street, southerly to the terminus of the street.
On the westerly side from a point lying 100 feet southwesterly of Canal Street, southerly to the terminus of the street.
Lynne Court
On both sides from Fairview Drive to its southerly terminus.
Molly Lane
On the easterly side from a point lying 100 feet northerly of Weaver Way, northerly 300 feet to a point lying 400 feet northerly of Weaver Way.
Myrtle Avenue
On both sides from a point lying 175 feet southerly of Olivene Court, southeasterly 550 feet to Myrtle Court.
On the westerly side from Olivene Court, southerly 175 feet.
Simas Way
On both sides from Canal Street to Bee Street.
(Res. 5438, 11-12-1991; amd. Ord. 1535, 7-9-1996; Ord. 1544, 9-9-1997; Ord. 1587, 9-24-2002; Ord. 1613, 9-26-2006)
9-3-13: MOTORCYCLE PARKING ZONE
The Council may designate areas in public parking facilities or on street for Motorcycle only parking.  These areas shall be designated by a sign indicating motorcycles only, or for on-street parking, a picture of a motorcycle on the roadway indicating motorcycle parking.  For on-street parking, lines shall be painted indicating individual spaces for on-street motorcycle parking. 
It shall be unlawful and a violation of the provisions of this title for any person to park any vehicle  other than a motorcycle, in a Motorcycle Parking Zone.  9-4-1: REGULATION AND CONTROL OF PARKING LOTS:
The council may, by resolution, declare the necessity for the use of parking meters on any parking lot within the city that is municipally owned or controlled; may fix and determine traffic patterns for the movement of traffic on municipally owned or controlled parking lots and govern the ingress and egress thereto and therefrom, and adopt other resolutions for the regulation of lots, and when the council regularly passes and adopts any resolution for any purpose, the same shall control the use of the area affected thereby. (Ord. 739, 6-18-1951)
9-4-2: PARKING LOTS; PARKING RESTRICTIONS:
It shall be unlawful for any person on any public parking lot which is municipally owned or controlled:
(A) To park or place any vehicle on any portion of the lot in such a manner as to interfere with or restrict the freedom of traffic movement between the areas indicated for parking or to interfere with the free ingress or egress to and from said lot.
(B) To park any vehicle with a trailer or any other thing attached thereto which extends into the areas commonly used for traffic movement.
(C) To park or place any vehicle or thing on any portion of the property which has been marked in red or by pavement stripes or words or signs to indicate that no parking is permitted.
(D) To park any vehicle or thing in any manner except entirely within the area indicated for vehicular parking by parallel lines painted upon the paved surface or in any manner so that any portion of the vehicle or thing extends over or across any line painted on the paved portion of the property.
(E) To move any vehicle on any lot at any speed exceeding ten (10) miles per hour or at any speed greater than that posted at the entrance to any lot.
(F) To fail to place the name and address of the driver, the name and address of the registered owner and the registration number of any vehicle that has collided with any other vehicle or thing on the parking lot on the vehicle or thing collided with if the same be unattended, or to give such information to the person in charge of the other vehicle or thing if the same be attended.
(G) To permit any vehicle to be parked overtime or beyond any period of time declared by the council to be the maximum time for parking on such lot, whether in the same space or different spaces in the same parking lot. Any vehicle parked in violation of this section, and having been cited for that violation, is guilty of a separate and additional violation for each complete time period equal to the maximum time for parking in such lot. The fine for a violation of this section shall be as set forth in section9-5-3of this title.
(H) To leave any vehicle or thing in any parking stall at any time between the hours of three o'clock (3:00) A.M. and five o'clock (5:00) A.M. of any day.
(I) To park or place any truck exceeding one ton rated capacity upon any portion of any such parking lot.
(J) To drink any alcoholic beverage on the parking lot at any time of day or night.
(K) To ride or operate any skateboard, bicycle, roller skates, go-cart or any similar device not a registered and licensed motor vehicle in, or upon, any parking lot except when in conjunction with a sponsored and supervised activity sanctioned by the city.
(L) To move any vehicle in a direction contrary to a specified direction of travel as indicated by any traffic control device, arrow or other sign.
 
9-4-3: ISSUANCE OF CITATION FOR VIOLATION:
The police department, other city designated employees, or any agency or entity and its employees designated by the city council are hereby empowered to issue citations in the usual form and manner for any violations of any provisions of this chapter orchapter 3of this title. (Ord. 1688, 2-28-2017)
9-4-4: PARKING DISTRICT 1:
Parking district 1 is hereby declared to be from, and to be bounded as described in exhibit on file in the office of the clerk and by reference made a part hereof. The property proposed to be acquired for public parking purposes is described as follows:  Parcel 1. A parcel of land consisting of Lots 24 to 34 in Block 33, and the southwest portion of Lot 23, Block 33, having a frontage of 15.76 feet on Center Street and 7.3 feet on Hangtown Creek.  Parcel 2. A parcel of land consisting of Lot 14, Block 41; the east 12.25 feet of Lot 6, Block 41, excepting the southeast 3 feet thereof; and the portion of Lot 1 Block 41 lying northwest of the northwest line of the lands now or formerly of Otto K. Weichold.  No public ways are proposed to be acquired for ingress to or egress from said parking places.  The improvements proposed to be made or constructed on the parking places are: grading and the construction thereon of pavement, curbs, drains, lights, fences, rails, meters, and any buildings or structures necessary for the proper operation thereof; and the making of all acquisitions and the construction of all improvements and the performance of work auxiliary thereto necessary to complete same as off street parking facilities. (Ord. 761, 5-24-1954)
9-4-5: GENERAL AND HOURLY PARKING RESTRICTIONS; MUNICIPAL LOTS:
(A) Standard Limitations:
1. Unless otherwise specified below, vehicles may be parked in a municipal parking lot without charge for a period not to exceed two (2) hours. Vehicles may be parked for additional time in municipal parking lots provided payment has been made for said additional time. Municipal parking lots between the eastern terminus of Main Street at Broadway and the western terminus of Main Street shall be considered a limited time parking zone for the purposes of subsection9-3-3(D) of this title.
2. No vehicle or object may be stored in any parking stall at any time between the hours of three o'clock (3:00) A.M. and five o'clock (5:00) A.M. of any day. However, overnight permits may be approved and issued by the city administration department.
3. Unless specified otherwise, all parking limitations shall be in effect six (6) days per week, Monday through Saturday eight o'clock (8:00) A.M. to six o'clock (6:00) P.M. except holidays.
(B) Permit Parking Spaces:
1. Permit parking shall be eight o'clock (8:00) A.M. to six o'clock (6:00) P.M. Monday - Saturday.
(C) Special Parking Limitations; Municipal Lots: The following restrictions shall be applicable to the municipal lots listed below and except as provided herein, shall be effective six (6) days a week, Monday through Saturday, eight o'clock (8:00) A.M. to six o'clock (6:00) P.M.:
1. Lots:  Center Street Parking Structure: Two (2) hour free parking permitted on the first and second levels. Additional time over two (2) hours may be purchased at one of the pay stations. The third level shall be reserved for leased/permit parking only. A limited amount of leased parking shall also be available on the second floor.  Ivy House Lot: No vehicle or person shall be allowed on the Ivy House Lot between the hours of nine o'clock (9:00) P.M. and six o'clock (6:00) A.M., except by a permit issued through the police department for a special event or commercial activity.  Mooney Lot, Milton Lot, Tetrault Lot, Fox Lot, Ivy House Lot, Old City Hall Lot : Two (2) hour free parking shall be permitted in each of these lots. Additional time over two (2) hours may be purchased at one of the pay stations.  A limited amount of leased parking shall also be available in these lots.
Small Center Street Lot:  Two (2) hour free parking shall be permitted in this lot.  In addition, a limited amount of leased parking shall also be available in this lot.  Municipal lot located at the corner of Coloma and Conrad Streets: Eight (8) hour parking limit.  Public Safety Building Lot: No parking shall be allowed in the Public Safety Building Lot except for persons conducting business at the public safety building.  Town Hall Lot: There shall be designated two (2) parking spaces in which parking shall be limited to twelve (12) minutes and which will be reserved for the public conducting business with the community services department. Additional spaces as necessary shall be reserved for employees of the community services department. All remaining spaces shall be limited to two (2) hour free parking.
Old Canal Street:  Five spaces adjacent to the parking lot of the business located at 209 Main Street shall be designated Permit Parking.
2. Rates And Fees: Hourly rates for parking in excess of two (2) hours shall be by resolution of the city council. Fees for leased/permit parking shall also be set by resolution of the city council. (Ord. 1688, 2-28-2017)
9-4-6: MONTHLY PARKING REQUIREMENT:
(A) Monthly parking fees for parking on lots owned or operated by the city shall be established by resolution of the city council. (Ord. 1297, 3-9-1982)
(B) Parking permits shall be issued by the city to those persons renting a parking space on a specific interval as established by agreement between the city and the permit holder. (Ord. 1537, 10-22-1996)
9-4-7: PARKING RESTRICTIONS; SIGNAGE:
Signs shall be posted at the entrances of all municipal parking lots setting forth applicable restrictions. (Ord. 1537, 10-22-1996)
9-5-1: UNLAWFUL PARKING IN PARKING ZONES:
It shall be unlawful and a violation of the provisions of this title for any person to permit any vehicle registered in the name of, or operated by the person, to be parked overtime or beyond the period of legal parking time established for any parking zone as described in section9-3-3of this title. (Ord. 1160, 7-11-1978)
9-5-2: DUTY OF PARKING ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OR POLICE OFFICERS; REPORTS:
It shall be the duty of the city assigned parking enforcement officer to enforce parking provisions within the parking district defined in section9-4-4of this title between the hours of eight o'clock (8:00) A.M. and six o'clock (6:00) P.M. six (6) days per week Monday through Saturday.  It shall be the duty of the police officers of the city, acting in accordance with and pursuant to instructions issued by the chief of police, to enforce parking outside of the enforcement performed by the parking enforcement officer.  Enforcement officers and police officers shall report the following information:
(A) The state license number of the vehicle violating any parking regulation of the city.
(B) The time of day during which the vehicle is parking in violation of any of the parking provisions of the city.
(C) The duration of the time in excess of the legal parking time during which the vehicle is parking in violation of any of the parking provisions of the city.
(D) Any other facts, a knowledge of which is necessary to a thorough understanding of the circumstances attending the violation. Each police officer shall also attach to the vehicle a notice to the owner or operator thereof that the vehicle has been parked in violation of a provision of this code and the notice shall instruct the owner or operator to report at the office of the judge of the justice court in regard to the violation. (Ord. 1688, 2-28-2017)
9-5-3: FINES:
(A) Fines for violations of any of the sections of this chapter and chapters 3 and 4 of this title, unless otherwise stated therein, shall be set by a master parking fine resolution of the city council establishing the fines for any such violations. Said master parking fine resolution may be amended from time to time at the discretion of the city council.
(B) Multiple violations by the same vehicle within any twenty four (24) hour period of the same section shall cause the fine to be doubled for such subsequent violations.
(C) The failure of the owner or operator to make the payment of the fines hereinabove specified within thirty (30) days shall render the owner or operator subject to an additional penalty in the amount of twenty three dollars ($23.00).  The penalty shall be reviewed annually by the City Council and adjusted, if necessary, by City Council Resolution.
(D) Nonpayment of the fines and penalty amounts shall result in a lien being placed against the registration of the vehicle with the state of California department of motor vehicles.
(E) The city manager and/or chief of police shall have the authority to issue one day exemptions for overtime parking for individuals parking within the city. (Ord. 1596, 1-13-2004)
9-5-4: MARKING OF SPACES ON PAVEMENT:
It shall be unlawful and a violation of this chapter to park any vehicle across any line or marking designated as a parking space or to park the vehicle in such position that the same shall not be entirely within the area so designated by the lines or markings.
 
9-5-5: BACKING INTO STALLS:
Vehicles parked in the following lots, Fox Lot, Small Center Street Lot, Town Hall Lot, Center Street Parking Structure and Old City Hall Lot shall not back into stalls.  Any vehicle parked in any parking space shall be parked with the foremost part of such vehicle nearest to such curb, bumper stop or other concrete or fiber abutment. (Ord. 1688, 2-28-2017)
Passed 12/10/19