§ 11-3-2  BLOCKING TRAFFIC; PARKING TRUCKS AND TRAILERS ON RESIDENTIAL STREETS.
   A.   It is unlawful for any person to stop, stand, or park any motor vehicle, or other vehicle, upon a street in the city in the manner or under such conditions as to leave available less than 20 feet of the width of the roadway from the free movement of the vehicular traffic, except that a person may stop temporarily, in the actual loading or unloading of passengers, or, when necessary, in the observance of traffic signs or signals of the Chief of Police.
   B.   It is unlawful for any person to park a motor vehicle, or other vehicle, within an alley or entrance to a private driveway except for the loading or unloading of materials, and not then unless the loading or unloading can be accomplished without blocking the alley to the free movement of vehicular traffic.
   C.   No person shall stand or park a vehicle with a rated chassis capacity in excess of three-fourths of a ton on tractor, semi-trailer, or trailer on a local or collector street in a residential zone except during the process of loading or unloading the vehicle.
   D.   No person shall park any vehicle at any time in that area between the curb and the sidewalk.  On those roadways without curbs, no person shall park a vehicle so as to force a pedestrian to walk in traveled portion of the roadway.
(Ord. 142, passed 12-7-1982)  Penalty, see § 11-7-1