§ 74.03  PARKING ON SIDEWALKS.
   (A)   Parking prohibited.  It shall be unlawful to park, or allow to stand, any vehicle on any public sidewalk even for the actual loading or unloading of persons.
   (B)   Exceptions.
      (1)   Designation procedures.  The City Council may make exceptions to the general prohibitions against parking on sidewalks. The exceptions shall be limited to those sidewalks immediately adjacent to the designated property to which the exception applies. It is nevertheless the intent of the City Council that parking on public sidewalks shall in all events be eventually eliminated and other suitable off-street parking provided. The City Council may, accordingly, withdraw any exception at any time.
      (2)   Review of exceptions.  In the event the designated property to which an exception applies is sold, there is street construction adjacent thereto, the business or use of the property changes or other reason exists to eliminate any exception, the Director of Utilities and Engineering shall recommend the elimination of the exception to the City Council. The City Council may thereafter consider the elimination of the exception.
(1980 Code, § 20.505)  Penalty, see § 74.99
Cross-reference:
   Parking on sidewalks, see Ch. 82, Sch. IV