§ 71.01  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   ALLEY.  A public way within a block, generally giving access to the rear of lots or buildings, and not used for general traffic circulation.
   CROSSWALK.  That portion of the roadway included within the prolongation of the sidewalk lines at street intersections.
   DRIVER.  Every person who drives or is in actual physical control of a vehicle.
   EMERGENCY VEHICLE.  Police vehicles, vehicles of the Fire Department, ambulances, vehicles carrying a state, county, or municipal officer or employee in response to an emergency call.
   FIRE LANE.  Section of curb or street marked with yellow paint, signs, or both to indicate no parking.  A fire lane shall be required in any place where facilities are provided for the parking of more than 10 vehicles.
   INTERSECTION.  The area embraced within the prolongation or the property lines of two or more streets which join at an angle, whether or not such streets cross.
   LOADING ZONES.  The space adjacent to a curb reserved for the exclusive use of vehicles during the loading or unloading of passengers or materials.
   NON-METERED REGULATED PARKING ZONE.  An area designated by this section whereby a vehicle may be temporarily parked and allowed to remain for a specified period of time.  Said area shall be that area within the boundaries described as follows:  Beginning at the northeast corner of Main Street and Church Street; north along the east side of Church Street to the northeast corner of Irvine Street; east along the north side of Irvine Street to North Third Street; north along the west side of North Third Street to North Street; across North Third Street to the east side of North Third Street; south along the east side of North Third Street to Irvine Street; east along the north side of Irvine Street to North Second Street; north along the west side of North Second Street to 230 North Second Street; across North Second Street to the east side of North Second Street; south along the east side of North Second Street to Irvine Street; east along the north side of Irvine Street to North First Street; north along the west side of North First Street to the County Parking Lot; across North First Street to the east side of North First Street; south along the east side of North First Street to Irvine Street; east along the north side of Irvine Street to Collins Street; across Irvine Street to the southwest corner of Irvine Street and Collins Street; south along the west side of Collins Street to the south side of Water Street; west along the south side of Water Street to the east side of South Second Street, south along the east side of South Second Street to Madison High School driveway; across South Second Street to the west side of South Second Street; north along the west side of North Second Street to the south side of Water Street; west along the south side of Water Street to South Third Street; south along the east side of South Third Street to Wellington Court; across South Third Street to the west side of South Third Street; north along the west side of South Third Street to the south side of Water Street; west along the south side of Water Street to the east side of Lancaster Avenue; north along the east side of Lancaster Avenue to the north side of Main Street; east along the north side of Main Street to the point of beginning.
   PARK.  To stand a vehicle, whether occupied or not, for a period of time greater than is reasonably necessary for the actual loading or unloading of persons or materials.
   PARKING LOT.  Those properties enumerated below, which are owned and/or operated by the city as municipal parking lots.
      (1)   Chamber of Commerce parking lot (corner of Irvine and First Streets).
      (2)   Water Street parking lot (adjacent to south edge of Water Street next to U.S. Post Office Property).
      (3)   Third Street Parking Lot (corner of Irvine and Third Streets).
      (4)   Laundry parking lot (corner of Water and Third Streets).
      (5)   Irvine Street parking lot (corner of Irvine and Madison).
      (6)   Any other parking lot the city may in the future acquire or improve.
   PARKING METER SPACE.  The spaces marked by white lines and having a parking meter adjacent thereto.  By depositing the proper coins in the parking meter, a vehicle is permitted to park in said space for the time indicated by the meter.
   PARKING SPACE.  The spaces marked by white lines for vehicles to park parallel to, or perpendicular from the curb, within the non-metered regulated parking zone.
   PEDESTRIAN.  Any person afoot.
   RENTED METER SPACE (OFF STREET).  A parking space marked by white lines in any of the municipal parking lots that is rented by persons within the Central Business District on a monthly basis.
   RENTED METER SPACE (ON STREET).  A parking space marked by white lines on any of the various streets which lie within the boundaries described in the definition for “non-metered regulated parking zone” that is rented to persons within the Central Business District on a monthly basis.
   RIGHT-OF-WAY.  The privilege of the immediate use of the roadway.
   STREET or HIGHWAY.  The entire width between property lines, when any part thereof is open to the use of the public as a matter of right, for the purpose of vehicular traffic.
   TRAFFIC.  Pedestrians, vehicles or other conveyances whether singly or together while using any highway for the purpose of travel.
   VEHICLE.  Every device in, upon, or by which any person or property is, or may be, transported or drawn upon a highway except a device moving by human power or used exclusively upon stationary rails or tracks.
(Ord. 85-11, passed 8-20-85; Am. Ord. 88-6, passed 3-1-88)