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Section 22507 of the Vehicle Code allows local authorities, by ordinance or resolution, to prohibit or restrict the stopping, parking, or standing of vehicles, including, but not limited to, vehicles that are six feet or more in height (including any load thereon) within 100 feet of any intersection, on certain streets or highways, or portions thereof, during all or certain hours of the day. This section authorizes a Civil or Traffic Engineer licensed by the State of California acting on behalf of the Road Commissioner, to install the appropriate sign(s), when it has been determined traffic safety and/or roadway operation will be enhanced by restricting or prohibiting the stopping, parking or standing of specified vehicles, and where the restriction or prohibition is supported by the adjacent property owner and the Community Planning/ Sponsor Group (where applicable). If there is opposition to the proposed restriction or prohibition, the matter will be reviewed by the San Diego County Traffic Advisory Committee as a full item and a recommendation will be submitted to the Board. The Road Commissioner shall also erect and maintain such signs when designated by the Board by resolution.
(Added by Ord. No. 9909 (N.S.), effective 1-4-08)