§ 74.02  TRUCK PARKING LIMITS.
   (A)   No truck designed to be used for the pulling or carrying of freight having a gross weight of 16,000 pounds or more (including the weight of its vehicle plus its maximum load) or truck and trailer, semi-truck or trailer, semi-tractor truck or trailer, bus, tow truck, step van, dump truck, flat bed truck, or box truck shall park on any city street or alley for a period in excess of one hour in any 24-hour period, unless actively loading or unloading; provided that said loading and unloading shall not exceed four hours in any 24-hour period, in any residential zoned neighborhood.
   (B)   The Chief of Police may grant special permits to park trucks, as defined above, in the City of Quincy for periods in excess of one hour upon application to the Chief of Police by the owner of such truck. If such application is denied by the Chief of Police, such owner may appeal that decision directly to the City Council, who shall review such application for permit and upon review either grant or deny such application.
(1980 Code, § 20.502)  (Ord. 9028, passed 11-22-2004; Ord. 9242, passed 9-9-2013)  Penalty, see § 74.99