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A. All property owned, leased, or otherwise under the control of the city is, by authority of this chapter, subject to provisions of Sections 21113 and 22651 “n” of the California Vehicle Code.
B. When the city manager has determined that a particular portion of city property mentioned in subsection (A) of this section is open to vehicular or pedestrian travel, and that the regulation of pedestrian and vehicular travel are necessary, the city manager shall authorize the posting of said property in accordance with this chapter.
C. When authorized signs are erected in place giving notice of particular restriction on said property and any hours of limited enforcement, no operator of any vehicle shall drive, park or leave standing said vehicle in any area restricted or regulated, except in accordance with the posted regulation.
D. When authorized signs are erected in place giving notice of particular restriction on said property and any hours of limited enforcement, no rider of any bicycle, unicycle or other wheeled contrivance shall drive, ride, park or leave standing said bicycle, unicycle or other wheeled contrivance except in accordance with posted regulation.
E. When authorized signs are erected in place giving notice of a particular prohibition or restriction on said property and any hours of limited enforcement, no person shall walk, trespass, stand, loiter, drive or ride through any area where such passage, standing, loitering, driving or riding is prohibited or restricted.
F. 1. Violation of subsections (C) and (D) of this section shall constitute an infraction and be punishable according to provisions of Section 10.16.230(C).
2. In addition to the punishment indicated in subsection (F)(1) of this section, if the property is posted indicating a tow-away zone, the vehicle may be towed from the property at the registered owner's expense.
G. Violation of subsection (E) of this section shall constitute a misdemeanor, subject to penalties in accordance with Section 1.12.010. (Ord. 9605 § 24, 1996: prior code § 3010.1)