480.07  CURB PARKING.
   (a)   Two-Way Highways. Every vehicle standing or parked upon a two-way highway shall be positioned parallel to and with the right-hand wheels within twelve inches of the right-hand curb or, in the absence of a curb, as close as practicable to the right edge of the right-hand shoulder.
   (b)   One-Way Highways. Every vehicle standing or parked upon a one-way highway shall be positioned parallel to the curb or edge of the highway in the direction of authorized traffic movement with its right-hand wheels within twelve inches of the right-hand curb or, in the absence of a curb, as close as practicable to the right edge of the right-hand shoulder, or with its left-hand wheels twelve inches of the left-hand curb or, in the absence of a curb, as close as practicable to the left edge of the left-hand shoulder.
   (c)   Angle Parking. Angle parking is prohibited.
   (d)   Double Parking. No vehicle shall be double parked at any time.
   (e)   Handicapped Persons and Disabled Veterans.
         (1)   When a motor vehicle bearing registration plates or a placard issued to handicapped persons or disabled veterans is being operated by or for the transportation of the handicapped person or disabled veteran, the driver shall be relieved of any liability for parking for a period of sixty minutes in excess of the legal parking period permitted by this Traffic Code except when this Traffic Code or a police regulation provides for the accommodation of heavy traffic during morning, afternoon or evening hours.
         (2)   At the request of any handicapped person or disabled veteran, local authorities may erect on the highway, as closely as possible to their place of residence, a sign or signs indicating that the place is reserved for a handicapped person or disabled veteran, that no parking is allowed there by others, and that any unauthorized person parking there shall be subject to a fine.
(Ord. 4-78. Passed 2-22-78; Ord. 3-88. Passed 3-30-88.)