(A)   There may be installed at such points on streets and avenues in the city, as may be directed by the city, appropriate signs notifying drivers of vehicles to come to a full stop. Such signs, devices or markers are to bear the word “STOP” and to be located in such position and to be provided with letters of a size to be clearly legible from a distance of at least 100 feet along the street upon which the sign is placed. The driver or operator of any vehicle shall come to a full stop in obedience to any such stop sign, and shall then proceed cautiously, yielding to vehicles not so obliged to stop which are approaching so closely as to constitute an immediate hazard, but may then proceed. The existence of such sign shall be conclusive evidence and proof that such sign was erected at the direction of the city. Upon determination by the City Manager, Chief of Police and City Engineer of this city that a necessity exists for traffic control devices, then after erection of same the City Manager, Chief of Police and City Engineer shall certify the same in writing and state the type of traffic control device, date and time of erection and the location, a copy of which certification shall he kept on file in the office of the City Secretary and made available for inspection by the general public.
   (B)   The driver of a vehicle approaching a yield right-of-way sign shall in obedience to such sign slow down to a speed reasonable for the existing conditions, or shall stop if necessary, and shall yield the right-of-way to any pedestrian legally crossing the roadway on which he or she is driving, and to any in the intersection or approaching on another highway or street so closely as to constitute an immediate hazard.
(1995 Code, § 10.306) (Ord. 7, passed 2-16-1970) Penalty, see § 10.99