SCHEDULE I.  PARKING PROHIBITED FOR COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLES.
   (A)   Commercial motor vehicle defined.  For the purpose of this schedule, COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE shall mean any motor vehicle as defined in the Tex. Trans. Code, § 644.001(1).
   (B)   No parking.  No person shall stop, park or leave standing on any city street, any large commercial motor vehicle having a manufacturer's gross vehicle weight rating of 10,000 pounds or more. The prohibition hereby imposed shall not apply to the stopping, parking or standing of such a vehicle for the purposes of making pickups or deliveries from or to any building or structure located along the street.
   (C)   Exceptions.  The following locations are exempt from this “no parking” prohibition:
      (1)   Along the northbound service road on the east side of Interstate Highway 45, adjacent to the Jack in the Box restaurant immediately north of State Farm to Market Road No. 1097.
      (2)   Along the service road on the west side of Interstate Highway 45, adjacent to the Chick-fil-A restaurant immediately south of State Farm to Market Road No. 1097.
      (3)   On West Powell Street, a two-way street running east and west in the city, the following blocks:
         (a)   On the north side of West Powell Street, from the 100 block to the 300 block between State Highway 75 and Campbell Street; and
         (b)   On the south side of West Powell Street, from the 100 block to the 300 block between State Highway 75 and Campbell Street.
   (D)   Removal of vehicles.  Whenever any police officer finds a vehicle standing upon that portion of the roadway in violation of this schedule, the officer is hereby authorized to move the vehicle, or require the driver or other person in charge of the vehicle to move it to a position outside the restricted area.
(Ord. 69-610, passed 6-11-1969; Ord. 87-818, passed 8-18-1987; Ord. 12-0221B, passed 2-21-2012; Ord. 13-0319A, passed 3-19-2013; Ord. 13-0521, passed 5-21-2013)  Penalty, see § 70.99