SCHEDULE I. SPEED LIMITS.
   (A)   The speed limits provided in this Schedule I are hereby determined upon the basis of  engineering and traffic investigations and applicable to establish the prima facie maximum speed limit on the portions of streets and roads identified herein, which prima facie maximum speed limits shall be effective at all times.  Signs shall be erected giving notice of the prima facie maximum speed limits so declared in compliance with applicable law and regulations.
      (1)   Westbound US 290 Frontage Road (WBFR). On US 290 WBFR from the east city limit at mile point of 10.686 miles, (which is located at approx. 700 feet west of the approx. center of West Gate Boulevard), to the west city limit at mile point 9.600 (which is located approx. 1,410 feet east of the approx. center of State Loop 1), a distance of 1.086 miles, the prima facie maximum speed limit shall be 45 miles per hour.
      (2)   Eastbound US 290 Frontage Road (EBFR). On US 290 EBFR from the west city limit at mile point 9.600, (which is located at approx. 1,410 feet east of the approx. center of State Loop 1), to the east city limit at mile point 10.655, (which is located approx. 64 feet east of the approximate center of Sunset Trail), a distance of 1.055 miles, the prima facie maximum speed limit shall be 45 miles per hour.
      (3)   Brodie Lane. The prima facie speed limit the entire length of Brodie Lane within the city limits shall be 40 miles per hour.
      (4)   Curly Mesquite Cove, Lone Oak Trail, Lovegrass Lane, Oakdale Drive, Pillow Road, Reese Drive, Sunset Trail, and Yellowtail Cove. The prima facie speed limit shall be 25 miles per hour on the following streets and portions of streets:
         (a)   The entire length of Curly Mesquite Cove from its intersection with Lovegrass Lane to its dead end adjacent to property located at 5 Curley Mesquite Cove;
         (b)   The entire length of Lone Oak Trail from its intersection with Jones Road to its southerly dead end;
         (c)   Lovegrass Lane from its intersection with Brodie Lane to its intersection with Yellowtail Cove;
         (d)   The entire length of Oakdale Drive from its intersection with Brodie Lane to its easterly dead end;
         (e)   Pillow Road from its intersection with Jones Road to its southerly dead end;
         (f)   Reese Drive from its intersection with Jones Road to its southerly dead end;
         (g)   Sunset Trail from its intersection with Jones Road to its intersection with Reese Drive; and
         (h)   Yellowtail Cove from its intersection with Lovegrass Lane to its dead end adjacent to the property located at 29 Yellowtail Cove.
      (5)   Ernest Robles Way. The prima facie speed limit the entire length of Ernest Robles Way shall be 35 miles per hour.
      (6)   Jones Road. The prima facie speed limit on Jones Road beginning at a point 3,060 feet west of the westernmost edge of its intersection with Westgate Boulevard and continuing westward to the easternmost edge of its intersection with Ernest Robles Way shall be 35 miles per hour.
      (7)   All other streets and highways. Except as otherwise provided in this Schedule I, the prima facie speed limit on all other streets and highways in the city limits shall be 30 miles per hour.
   (B)   Advisory speed limit - Jones Road.  For the distance on Jones Road from 1,820 feet to 3,060 feet west of the western most edge of its intersection with Westgate Boulevard, being a curved portion in the location where the road divides around a center island, the advisory maximum speed limit shall be 15 miles per hour.
   (C)   All of the streets of the City of Sunset Valley, and all portions of any such streets, are hereby declared to be public streets and that the driving or operating of any motor vehicle on or along any portion of any street of the city at a rate of speed that is greater than the maximum rate of speed for said portion of said street, as fixed by this Chapter 71 shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine in any sum not to exceed $200.  That the use of the word SPEEDING shall be sufficient to designate any such offense, and shall mean that a motor vehicle has been driven upon a public street at a greater rate of speed than fixed by this chapter for the street or portion thereof.
(Ord. 790410A, passed 4-10-1979; Ord. 87-0602, passed 6-2-1987; Ord. 880301, passed 3-1-1988; Ord. 940315A,  passed 3-15-1994;  940315B, passed 3-15-1994; Ord. 940712A, passed 7-12-1994; Ord. 991019A, passed 10-19-1999; Ord. 020820, passed 8-20-2002; Ord. 020820A, passed 8-20-2002; Ord. 020820B, passed 8-20-2002; Ord. 040720, passed 7-20-2004; Ord. 080610-A, passed 6-10-2008; Ord. 160405-A, passed 4-5-2016)