Village of Greendale, WI
Milwaukee County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Village Board of the Village of Greendale as Ch. 7 of the Code of Ordinances. Amendments noted where applicable.]

7.01 State traffic laws adopted.

[Amended by Ord. No. 636; by Ord. No. 724; 6-3-2014 by Ord. No. 866]
(1) 
Except as otherwise specifically provided in this chapter, the statutory provisions in Chs. 340 to 348 and § 110.075, Wis. Stats., describing and defining regulations with respect to vehicles and traffic, including penalties to be imposed and procedures for prosecution, are hereby adopted by reference and made a part of this chapter as if fully set forth herein. Any act required to be performed or prohibited by any statute incorporated in this Chapter 7 by reference is required or prohibited by this chapter. Any future additions, amendments, revisions or modifications of the current or future statutes incorporated in this Chapter 7 are intended to be made part of this chapter in order to secure uniform statewide regulation of traffic on the highways, streets and alleys of the state.
(2) 
In addition to the sections of the Wisconsin Statutes previously adopted, there are also adopted the following Wisconsin Statutes and Administrative Rules in their entirety and as they are amended from time to time. Prosecution shall be as indicated in Chs. 340 to 348 and § 110.075, Wis. Stats, with the penalty for a violation as contained in § 7.20 of this chapter.
Trans 150
Leasing of Vehicles by Private Carriers
Trans 152
Wisconsin Interstate Fuel Tax and International Registration Program
Trans 177
Motor Carriers
Ch. 194
Motor Vehicle Transportation
Trans 178
Unified Carrier Registration System
Trans 250
Oversize and Overweight Permits for Vehicles or Loads
Trans 251
Vehicle Weight Authorized bf Multiple Trip Permits
Trans 254
Single Trip Permits for Oversize or Overweight Vehicles or Loads
Trans 255
Multiple Trip Permits for Oversize or Overweight Vehicles or Loads
Trans 257
Pole and Pipe Transportation Permits
Trans 276
Size and Weight of Vehicles and Vehicle Combinations
Trans 305
Standards for Vehicle Equipment
Trans 308
Requirements for Trailer and Semi-Trailer Brake, Hitch and Coupling, Safety Chains, Cables and Leveling Bars
Trans 325
Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
Trans 326
Motor Carrier Safety Requirements for Transportation of Hazardous Materials
Trans 327
Motor Carrier Safety
Trans 330
Motor Bus Equipment and Inspection

7.02 Speed limits.

(1) 
The speed limit on all residential and business streets, including county parkway, other than on highways in outlying districts as defined by § 346.57(1)(ar), Wis. Stats., within the Village shall be 25 miles per hour, except as is otherwise provided herein.
(2) 
The speed limit on STH 36 from the north Village limits south to a point 0.05 of a mile south of the intersection of College Avenue with STH 36 is 45 miles per hour.
(3) 
The speed limit on STH 36 from a point 0.05 of a mile south of the intersection of College Avenue with STH 36 south to the southerly limits of the Village is 45 miles per hour.
(4) 
The speed limit on the following streets within the Village shall be 35 miles per hour:
(a) 
South 51st Street from West Grange Avenue south to the south Village limits.
[Amended by Ord. No. 685]
(b) 
West Grange Avenue from 51st Street to South 84th Street.
[Amended by Ord. No. 677; 2-4-2003 by Ord. No. 798]
(c) 
In all outlying districts as defined by § 346.57(1)(ar), Wis. Stats.
(d) 
CTH "U" (South 76th Street) between West Edgerton Avenue and West Grange Avenue.
(5) 
The speed limit on CTH "U" (South 76th Street) from West Grange Avenue south to the south Village limits shall be 40 miles per hour.
(6) 
The speed limit on the following streets within the Village shall be 30 miles per hour:
(a) 
South 60th Street from West Grange Avenue to West Edgerton Avenue.
(b) 
West Edgerton Avenue between South 60th Street and South 68th Street.
[Added by Ord. No. 579]
(c) 
West College Avenue from South 43rd Street to West Loomis Road.
[Added by Ord. No. 583]
(d) 
West Grange Avenue from South 84th Street to South 92nd Street.
[Amended by Ord. No. 677]

7.03 Stopping, standing and parking. [1]

(1) 
Manner of parking. No person shall park, stop or leave standing any vehicle, whether attended or unattended, upon any street unless parallel to the edge of the street and with the right wheels of the vehicle within 12 inches of the curb or edge of the street, except upon those streets which have been marked or signed for angle parking by official markers or signs. Vehicles shall be parked at the angle indicated by such markers or signs. All motor power shall be stopped on any automobile or other similar motor vehicle when left unattended on the public streets of the Village.
(2) 
No parking, standing or stopping. No person shall stop, stand or park a motor vehicle in any of the following places:
(a) 
Within an intersection of streets.
(b) 
On a crosswalk.
(c) 
On a sidewalk area except as provided in this chapter.
(d) 
Alongside or opposite any street excavation or obstruction when such stopping, standing or parking would obstruct traffic or when pedestrian traffic would be required to travel in the roadway.
(e) 
On the roadway side of any other parked vehicle unless such double parking is clearly indicated by markers or official traffic signs.
(f) 
On the east side of Gardenway from West Grange Avenue to Grove Terrace (south).
[Added 4-1-2003 by Ord. No. 799]
(3) 
No parking. No person shall park a vehicle in any of the following places except to comply with the directions of a traffic officer or traffic control signal or sign:
[Amended by Ord. No. 716]
(a) 
In a loading zone.
(b) 
Within 15 feet of the driveway entrance to a fire station or directly across the street from such entrance.
(c) 
Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant unless a greater or lesser distance is indicated by an official marker.
(d) 
In front of a private driveway on a Village road right-of-way.
(e) 
Upon any portion of a street when such portion is properly designated by an official "No Parking" sign erected pursuant to the authority and under the direction of the Chief of Police.
(f) 
Closer than two feet to another vehicle when parking parallel to the edge of the street.
(g) 
Closer than 15 feet to the near limits of a crosswalk or street barricade.
(h) 
In any block where the Fire Department is at work.
(i) 
In the following areas on the north side of the street:
1. 
Greenway: Morningside Drive to Millshire Drive.
2. 
Apple Court.
3. 
Northway: West Grange Avenue to West Grange Avenue.
4. 
Parkview Road: South 76th Street to Westway.
5. 
Angle Lane.
6. 
Conifer Lane: Currant Lane to Broad Street.
7. 
West Grange Avenue service road.
8. 
Blossom Court: Basswood Street west to limits.
9. 
Eastway: South 51st Street (north) to Lory Drive (north).
10. 
Catalpa Street: Southway to Broad Street.
11. 
Kelly Place.
12. 
Edgehill Road: Westway to South 76th Street.
13. 
Enfield Avenue: Euston Street east to limits, school hours only.
14. 
Dellrose Court.
15. 
Epping Court.
[Added 7-1-1997 by Ord. No. 747]
16. 
92nd Street to Glenway Lane.
[Added 6-6-2000 by Ord. No. 774]
17. 
Garland.
[Added 4-1-2003 by Ord. No. 799]
18. 
Gatewood Lane.
[Added 4-1-2003 by Ord. No. 799]
19. 
Crocus Court: Currant Lane west to the fire hydrant located west of 6780 Crocus Court, except for an area adjacent to 5741 Broad Street properly posted and designated. Exhibit A, depicting the parking and no-parking areas on Crocus Court, is incorporated in its entirety by reference herein.[2]
[Added 12-20-2005 by Ord. No. 827]
[2]
Editor's Note: Exhibit A is on file at the office of the Village Clerk-Treasurer.
(j) 
In the following areas on the east and west side of the street:
1. 
South 76th Street: West Grange Avenue north to limits.
2. 
South 68th Street: West Grange Avenue north to limits.
3. 
South 60th Street: West Grange Avenue to Edgarton Avenue.
4. 
Sherwood Road: Southway to Dorchester Lane.
[Amended by Ord. No. 731]
5. 
STH 36.
6. 
Westway: Southway to Parkview Road.
7. 
Broad Street: Northway to Crocus Court.
8. 
Industrial Court.
[Added 3-17-1998 by Ord. No. 755]
9. 
Gardenway: Gatewood Lane to Grandview Drive.
[Added 4-1-2003 by Ord. No. 799]
10. 
Downing Street, limited to two-hour parking during regular school hours.
[Added 1-6-2004 by Ord. No. 806]
(k) 
In the following areas on the south side of the street:
1. 
Northway: West Grange Avenue west to Westway.
2. 
Northway: Arrowwood to Bramble Court.
3. 
Enfield Avenue: Euston Street east to limits.
4. 
Crocus Court: The inside portion of the curve at 6779 Crocus Court east to termini, except for an area between 6779, 6747 and 6729 Crocus Court properly posted and designated. Exhibit A, depicting the parking and no-parking areas on Crocus Court, is incorporated in its entirety by reference herein.[3]
[Amended 12-20-2005 by Ord. No. 827]
[3]
Editor's Note: Exhibit A is on file at the office of the Village Clerk-Treasurer.
5. 
Conifer Lane.
6. 
West Ramsey Avenue, in front of Highland View School, during school hours.
7. 
Schoolway: Dale Creek east to Churchway.
8. 
Catalpa Street: Broad Street east to limits.
9. 
Root River Drive: Russell Drive to Riverside Drive.
10. 
Gardenway: 50 feet east of 92nd Street.
[Added 6-6-2000 by Ord. No. 774]
11. 
Elberton Avenue: 15 feet west of the stop sign to the intersection of Elberton Avenue and Euston Street.
[Added 12-19-2001 by Ord. No. 788]
12. 
Enfield Avenue: 15 feet west of the yield sign to the intersection of Enfield Avenue and Euston Street.
[Added 12-19-2001 by Ord. No. 788]
13. 
Catalpa Street: Southway to Broad Street, limited to two-hour parking during regular school hours.
[Added 1-6-2004 by Ord. No. 806; amended 2-21-2012 by Ord. No. 859]
(l) 
In the following areas on the north and south side of the street:
1. 
West Grange Avenue.
2. 
West College Avenue.
3. 
West Ramsey Avenue: Highway 36 to South 60th Street.
4. 
Schoolway: Dale Creek west to limits.
5. 
Southway.
6. 
Blossom Court: Basswood Street east to limits.
7. 
Darnell Lane: 200 feet west of Catalpa Street, limited to two-hour parking during regular school hours.
[Added 1-6-2004 by Ord. No. 806]
8. 
Dobson Court, limited to two-hour parking during regular school hours.
[Added 1-6-2004 by Ord. No. 806]
9. 
Dorchester Lane: Sherwood Road to east limits, limited to two-hour parking during regular school hours.
[Added 1-6-2004 by Ord. No. 806]
10. 
Dryden Court, limited to two-hour parking during regular school hours.
[Added 1-6-2004 by Ord. No. 806]
(m) 
In the following areas no parking:
1. 
Municipal Square, inside circle.
2. 
Daffodil and Dahlia Lanes, inside circle.
3. 
Bentwood Lane: southeast of Northway, outside circle.
4. 
Eaton Lane, inside circle.
5. 
Industrial Loop, both sides.
[Added 3-17-1998 by Ord. No. 755]
6. 
Euston Street, inside portion of the curve from the designated off-street parking area, including but not limited to the area in front of 5811, 5803 and 5777 Euston Street to 15 feet north of the second fire hydrant.
[Added 12-19-2001 by Ord. No. 788]
7. 
Gladstone Lane, outside circle.
[Added 4-1-2003 by Ord. No. 799]
8. 
Grove Terrace, outside circle.
[Added 4-1-2003 by Ord. No. 799]
(n) 
In the following areas on the east side of the street:
1. 
Apple Court.
2. 
Apricot Court: south of Northway.
3. 
Arbutus Court: south of Northway.
4. 
Azalea Court: south of Northway.
5. 
Basswood Street.
6. 
Bramble Court.
7. 
Berry Court.
8. 
Beaver Court.
9. 
Badger Court.
10. 
Cardinal Court: south of Schoolway.
11. 
Carnation Court: south of Schoolway.
12. 
Currant Lane.
13. 
Dale Lane.
14. 
Exeter Street: in front of 5604, only.
15. 
South 92nd Street.
16. 
Clover Lane.
17. 
Broad Street: Catalpa to Southway.
18. 
Northway: between Bentwood Lane (north) and West Grange Avenue.
19. 
Cornflower Lane.
[Amended 4-1-2003 by Ord. No. 799]
20. 
South 43rd Street.
[Amended 4-1-2003 by Ord. No. 799]
21. 
Sherwood Road: Dorchester Lane to Root River Parkway.
[Added by Ord. No. 731; amended 4-1-2003 by Ord. No. 799]
22. 
84th Street: From West Grange to Root River bridge (north).
[Added 4-1-2003 by Ord. No. 799]
23. 
Parking Street: Schoolway north 35 feet and 30 feet south of Northway north to Northway as properly posted and designated. Exhibit A, depicting the no-parking and two-hour-parking areas on Parking Street, is incorporated in its entirety by reference herein.[4]
[Added 11-7-2006 by Ord. No. 833]
[4]
Editor's Note: Exhibit A is on file at the office of the Village Clerk-Treasurer.
(o) 
In the following areas on the west side of the street:
1. 
Apricot Court: north of Northway.
2. 
Arbutus Court: north of Northway.
3. 
Azalea Court: north of Northway.
4. 
Balsam Court.
5. 
Bluebird Court.
6. 
Butternut Court.
7. 
Angle Lane.
8. 
Dendron Lane.
9. 
Eastway: in front of Highland View School, school hours.
10. 
Cardinal Court: north of Schoolway.
11. 
Arrowwood Street.
12. 
Acorn Court.
13. 
Alba Court.
14. 
Avena Court.
15. 
Churchway.
16. 
Broad Street: Crocus Court to Southway.
17. 
Parking Street.
(p) 
On Root River Parkway between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.
(q) 
Without the permission of the owner or lessee of any public or private property if there is in plain view on such property a "No Parking" sign or a sign indicating limited or restricted parking. Owners or lessees of such property may prohibit parking, restrict or limit parking, and permit parking by certain persons and prohibit it or limit it as to other persons.
(r) 
In case of emergency, the Chief of Police may allow parking in any area herein restricted.[5]
[5]
Editor's Note: Original § 7.03(3)(s), which immediately followed this subsection and restricted parking on the east side of Parking Street to 15 minutes, was repealed 11-7-2006 by Ord. No. 833.
(4) 
All-night parking prohibited.
[Amended by Ord. No. 573]
(a) 
No vehicles of any kind or description shall be parked on any public highway of the Village between the hours of 3:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. except as otherwise restricted or permitted in this chapter.
(b) 
The provisions of Subsection (4)(a) shall not be effective and in force for:
1. 
Holidays. On the morning following the first day of January (New Year's Day), last Monday of May (Memorial Day), July 4 (Independence Day), first Monday of September (Labor Day), fourth Thursday in November (Thanksgiving Day), and December 25 (Christmas Day) in any year.
2. 
Emergencies. Subsection (4)(a) shall not apply to licensed physicians, surgeons or ordained clergy in emergency situations.
3. 
Notification. The Police Department may, when necessary, grant an individual overnight parking permission if the Police Department is notified prior to 3:00 a.m.
4. 
Disabled drivers. Vehicles bearing current disabled license plates or special identification cards for a physically disabled person under § 343.51, Wis. Stats.
[Amended by Ord. No. 693]
(5) 
Parking for certain purposes restricted.
[Amended by Ord. No. 728]
(a) 
Advertising. No person shall park on any street any vehicle for the primary purpose of displaying advertising.
(b) 
Selling from vehicle. No person vending goods from any vehicle or conveyance in the Village shall park such vehicle or conveyance at any time, in any public street, within 100 feet from any public park or public ground, or the intersection of any street in such Village, or park or permit such vehicle to remain in one place longer than 10 minutes.
(6) 
Parking near driveways and mailboxes.
[Amended 4-1-2003 by Ord. No. 799]
(a) 
No person shall park any motor vehicle within 1 1/2 feet of a driveway.
(b) 
No person shall park any motor vehicle within five feet of a mailbox Monday through Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
(7) 
Parking of trucks. No motor truck, motor bus, school bus, road tractor, tractor/semitrailer combination, trailer or truck tractor, any of which is used for commercial purposes, shall be parked on any public street, alley or highway in the Village for longer than 30 minutes, except that the time may be extended by the Chief of Police upon the showing that the work in which the above-named vehicle is engaged requires a longer parking period. The period of parking shall not be extended beyond the time required to perform the work in which the above-named vehicle is engaged.
[Amended by Ord. No. 652]
(8) 
Special permit parking.
[Amended by Ord. No. 676]
(a) 
The Police Department may permit parking on streets under the rules promulgated in this chapter provided that a permit is obtained from the Police Department after filing an application with the Department and paying a permit fee as required in Subsection (8)(g).
[Amended 6-7-2005 by Ord. No. 818]
(b) 
The application form shall contain the name, address and telephone number of the owner of the vehicle, license number, make and year of the vehicle, the name and date of issuance, the date of expiration and a statement that the owner is a resident of the Village, does not have available space on his/her property to park an additional vehicle and is unable to find reasonable accommodations.
[Amended 6-7-2005 by Ord. No. 818]
(c) 
The permit shall only be valid for the specific vehicle listed on the application/permit. The permit may be revoked without refund at any time reasonable accommodations are available to the holder.
[Amended 6-7-2005 by Ord. No. 818]
(d) 
Upon approval, the application shall be validated as the permit and kept on file at the Police Department. A receipt showing the date of issue, permit number and vehicle license number will be issued to the purchaser. No display of the receipt in the vehicle is required.
(e) 
The Police Department may inspect any vehicle for which a person is applying for a permit for the purposes of determining eligibility for such a permit as provided in this Subsection (8).
(f) 
The owner of any motor truck with valid license plates issued by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Division of Motor Vehicles, but not used for commercial purposes and which is not larger than 21 inches in length, seven inches in width and seven inches in height, and which has no more than single-treaded tires, shall be eligible to purchase a permit for the vehicle as provided in this Subsection (8).
(g) 
Permits shall be made available on a quarterly or an annual basis and shall be prorated on a monthly basis in the quarter or year in which issued. It shall be understood that the issuance of any permit is final and there shall be no refund for any unused balance. Permit fees shall be made in accordance with the following schedule.
[Amended by Ord. No. 718; Ord. No. 737; 4-4-2006 by Ord. No. 829]
1. 
The monthly permit fee shall be $25, plus tax.
2. 
The quarterly permit fee shall be $40, plus tax.
3. 
The annual permit fee shall be $125, plus tax.
(h) 
If the need arises to move a motor vehicle for which a permit has been issued in order to remove snow or make street repairs, the owner of the vehicle, within 60 minutes of such notice, shall remove the vehicle in accordance with the notice. If the owner fails to remove the vehicle in accordance with the notice, the same may be removed by the Village at the owner's expense.
(i) 
Vehicles must be moved every 24 hours.
(j) 
Special parking permit holders must park in front of their own residence on the same side of the street, unless restrictions prohibit the same. The Police Department may assign an area for the special parking permit holder to park when conditions so require.
(9) 
Loading zones. No person shall park or stand in the following areas designated as loading zones:
[Added 4-1-2003 by Ord. No. 799]
(a) 
Gardenway: west side from West Grange to Gatewood Lane (south).
(10) 
Two-hour parking zones. No person shall park a vehicle in any of the following areas for a period longer than two hours except to comply with the directions of a traffic officer or traffic control signal or sign:
[Added 11-7-2006 by Ord. No. 833]
(a) 
Parking Street: east side between the no-parking zones [reference Subsection (3)(n)]. Exhibit A, depicting the no-parking and two-hour-parking areas on Parking Street, is incorporated in its entirety by reference herein.[6]
[6]
Editor's Note: Exhibit A is on file at the office of the Village Clerk-Treasurer.
(11) 
Towing illegally parked cars. If a vehicle is illegally parked with two or more unpaid parking citations greater than 60 days past due, the vehicle is subject to towing.
[Added 5-20-2008 by Ord. No. 837]
[1]
Editor's Note: For restrictions on parking in fire lanes or near hydrants or fires see Ch. 14, §§ 14.14, 14.16 and 14.17.

7.04 Snow emergencies.

(1) 
Declaration of emergency. No motor vehicle shall be parked and no commercial or industrial vehicle loaded or unloaded on any public street, alley or highway in the Village during such period in which the Village Manager or, in his absence, the Director of Public Works shall declare that a snow emergency exists. The Village Manager or, in his absence, the Director of Public Works may declare a snow emergency at any time within a twenty-four-hour period that there is three inches or more of snowfall. The duration of the snow emergency shall be for such period of time as the Department of Public Works shall require to plow the public streets, alleys and highways of the Village and make them conveniently passable for vehicular traffic.
(2) 
Removal of illegally parked vehicles. The Village Manager, Director of Public Works, Chief of Police, officers of the Police Department or other duly authorized officers or employees of the Village shall either cause the Village to remove illegally parked, wrecked or disabled vehicles or shall call the Village towing contractor for the removal of such vehicles. Removal of such vehicles shall be at the expense of the owner.
(3) 
The public interest requires that there be available to the Village and all departments thereof the services of a qualified and responsible towing contractor[1] on a twenty-four-hour-a-day basis to remove parked, wrecked or disabled vehicles from the public streets so that the following may be accomplished:
(a) 
Streets may be plowed and kept open for vehicular traffic during snow emergencies.
(b) 
Danger to the public shall be eliminated as quickly as possible.
(c) 
Impediments to traffic shall be removed and normal traffic flow restored as soon as possible.
(d) 
Parked, wrecked or disabled vehicles shall be placed where they are safe and secure until the owner can determine further disposition thereof.
(e) 
The Village shall have a lien against all illegally parked, wrecked or disabled motor vehicles for the expense of storing and removing the same from the Village thoroughfares.
(f) 
Whenever any motor vehicle has been towed away and has not been redeemed by the owner for a period of 30 days from the day of towing, it shall be deemed an abandoned vehicle and disposed of as provided by applicable law.
[1]
Editor's Note: See also Ch. 3, § 3.12, Towing contract.
(4) 
Abandoned vehicles. The contractor shall notify the Village Manager of all cars which have remained unclaimed in his custody for a period of 30 days, including make, model, year and date of possession. Upon verification by the Chief of Police, the Village Manager shall make provision for disposal of the same.

7.05 Parked vehicle to be locked.

A person shall not park a motor vehicle within the Village that is not equipped with a lock suitable to lock either the starting lever, throttle, starting apparatus, gear shift lever or ignition system and shall not allow a motor vehicle in his custody or control to stand or remain unattended on any street, alley or highway or in any other public place within the Village, except an attended parking area, unless either the starting lever, throttle, starting apparatus, gear shift or ignition of such vehicle is locked and the key for such lock is removed from the vehicle.

7.06 Regulation of truck traffic.

(1) 
Except as provided in Subsection (2), no truck or tractor carrying or handling a load 10,000 pounds or more shall be operated on any street or alley in the Village, except as may be necessary to deliver freight or goods in the Village.
(2) 
Highway 36 and South 76th Street in the Village are hereby designated as heavy traffic routes. All trucks and heavy motor vehicles passing through the Village shall travel only on the designated highways. The Director of Public Works, under the direction of the Village Manager, may, when conditions warrant, designate South 51st Street as a limited heavy traffic route.
(3) 
Proper signs shall be placed in the Village designating Highway 36 and South 76th Street as through roads for trucks and other heavy traffic.
(4) 
The Director of Public Works, under the direction of the Village Manager, may temporarily prohibit or regulate the weight and movement of any vehicle upon any street, highway or alley in such a manner and for such length of time as may be necessary to prevent such street, highway or alley from being damaged or rendered impassible by reason of vehicular traffic. The Director of Public Works may permit the Village to use such street, highway or alley for the delivery of emergency supplies, fuel, construction equipment and supplies and for use by the Village of equipment owned by or operated on behalf of the Village.

7.07 One-way streets.

(1) 
The following streets are designated as one-way streets, traffic to flow as indicated:
(a) 
Currant Lane, southbound traffic only.
(b) 
Broad Street parking area (west), southbound traffic only.
(c) 
Broad Street parking area (east), northbound traffic only.
(d) 
Dale Lane, northbound traffic only.
(2) 
Parking shall be permissible on such streets, vehicles to face in the direction of traffic, as permitted by § 7.03(3).

7.08 Municipal parking lots.

(1) 
Supervision. The municipal parking lots now or hereafter acquired or established by the Village shall be under the supervision of the Village Manager.
(2) 
Use. No person shall park any vehicle in any municipal parking lot in violation of any ordinance or park contrary to the rules established by the Village Board for the use of such municipal parking lot or in any place or manner other than that designated by the custodian thereof. No commercial or freight-carrying vehicle or trailer in excess of five tons shall be parked in a Village parking lot.
(3) 
Hours. No person shall park any car in any parking lot for a period longer than 14 hours in any twenty-four-hour period.
(4) 
Meters; fee.
(a) 
No person shall park any car in any municipal parking lot where meters are installed without first inserting a coin in the meter controlling the parking place used or park for a longer period than that covered by such coin.
(b) 
No person shall park in any municipal parking lot where a fee is provided by ordinance without paying such fee.
(5) 
Establishment. The following Village parking lot acquired and maintained for the parking of vehicles shall be known by the following designation: Lot 3, Block 30, Greendale Center.

7.09 Official traffic signs and signals.

(1) 
Village master traffic plan. The Village shall procure, erect and maintain appropriate standard traffic signs, signals and markings conforming to the Uniform Traffic Control Devices Manual of the State Department of Transportation giving notice of the provisions of this chapter as required by state law. Signs shall be erected in such locations as designated on the Village master plan for traffic signals on file with the Village Clerk-Treasurer.
(2) 
Removal of unofficial signs and signals. The Director of Public Works shall have the authority granted by § 349.09, Wis. Stats., and shall order the removal of a sign, signal, marking or device placed, maintained or displayed in violation of this chapter or § 346.41, Wis. Stats. Any charge imposed on any premises for removal of an illegal sign, signal or device shall be reported to the Village Board at its next regular meeting for review and certification.

7.10 Bicycles.

(1) 
Definitions. As used in this section, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
BICYCLE
Every vehicle propelled by the feet or hands acting upon pedals and having wheels any two of which are not less than 14 inches in diameter.
[Amended by Ord. No. 727]
BICYCLE LANE
The portion of a roadway set aside by the Village Board for the exclusive use of bicycles and so designated by appropriate signs and markings.
BICYCLE ROUTE
Any bicycle lane, bicycle way or highway which has been duly designated by the Village Board and which has been identified by appropriate signs and markings.
BICYCLE WAY
Any path or sidewalk or portion thereof designated for the use of bicycles by the Village Board.
CARRIER
Any device attached to the bicycle designed for carrying articles and not persons.
CURB
The lateral boundaries of that portion of a street designed for the use of vehicles, whether marked by a curb or not.
DRIVER/OPERATOR
Every person who drives or is in actual physical control of a vehicle.
MOTOR VEHICLE
Every vehicle which is self-propelled and every vehicle which is propelled by electric power obtained from overhead trolley wires but not operated upon rails.
OWNER
A person other than a lienholder having the property in or title to a vehicle. The term includes a person entitled to the use and possession of a vehicle subject to a security interest in another person but excludes a lessee under a lease not intended as security.
PEDESTRIAN
Any person afoot.
REFLECTOR
Any device constructed of metal, plastic, or glass which will be visible from all distances within 50 feet to 500 feet directly in front of a motor vehicle at night displaying lawfully lighted headlights, such device to be so constructed as to show a red color when struck by motor vehicle lights as above stated, such device to be affixed to the rear of the bicycle at any point on the frame or mudguard at a height between the axis of the wheel and the bottom of the rider's seat.[1]
REGISTRATION TAG
A metal plate or sticker indicating that a bicycle is registered.
RIGHT-OF-WAY
The right of one vehicle or pedestrian to proceed in a lawful manner in preference to another vehicle or pedestrian approaching under such circumstances of direction, speed and proximity as to give rise to danger of collision unless one grants precedence to the other.
SIDEWALK
That portion of a street between the curblines or the lateral lines of a roadway and the adjacent property lines, intended for use by pedestrians.
STREET/HIGHWAY
The entire width between the boundary lines of every way publicly maintained when any part thereof is open to the use of the public for purposes of vehicular travel.
VEHICLE
Every device in, upon or by which any person or property is or may be transported or drawn upon a highway, excepting devices used exclusively upon stationary rails or tracks.
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Code Adoption Ordinance).
(2) 
Registration required.
(a) 
No person who resides within the Village shall ride or propel a bicycle on any street or upon any public path set aside for the exclusive use of bicycles unless such bicycle has been registered and a registration plate or sticker is attached thereto as provided herein.
(b) 
At the time of the issuance of any such registration plate as herein provided, the applicant shall pay a registration fee. Registration tags issued in accordance with this section shall be attached to the bicycle immediately after issuance.
(c) 
This section shall apply to all residents of the Village and to such nonresidents who operate bicycles upon the streets of the Village habitually or frequently. It shall not apply to casual travelers or tourists passing through the Village on their bicycles.
(d) 
All bicycles must be registered within 10 days of purchase.
(e) 
No person shall intentionally take or ride a bicycle without the consent of the owner.
(3) 
Application for bicycle registration. Application for a bicycle plate or sticker shall be made to the Chief of Police in the form provided by the Village. There shall be no biennial registration fee.
[Amended by Ord. No. 718; 4-4-2006 by Ord. No. 829; 6-3-2014 by Ord. No. 868]
(4) 
Issuance of registration.
(a) 
The licensing authority, or other designated authority, upon receiving proper application therefor, shall issue a bicycle registration which shall be valid for two years through December 31.
(b) 
The licensing authority shall not issue a registration for any bicycle when he knows or has reasonable grounds to believe that the applicant is not the owner of or entitled to the possession of such bicycle.
(c) 
The licensing authority shall keep a record of the number of each registration, the date issued, the name and address of the person to whom issued, the number on the frame of the bicycle for which issued and a record of all bicycle registration fees collected by him. Registration forms and registration plates or stickers shall be serially numbered to coincide with each other.
(d) 
If a bicycle does not have a serial number and if proof of ownership can be proven, the Police Department shall assign one to such bicycle.
(5) 
Attachment of registration plate and sticker.
(a) 
The licensing authority, upon issuing a bicycle registration, shall also issue a registration plate and/or sticker bearing the registration number assigned to the bicycle, the name of the municipality, the calendar year for which issued and the expiration date thereof.
(b) 
Such registration plate shall be firmly attached to the rear mudguard or frame of the bicycle for which issued in such position as to be plainly visible from the rear. The registration sticker shall be placed on the rear fender in such a position as to be plainly visible from the rear or on the seat tube directly below the seat in such a manner as to be visible from the left-hand side of the bicycle.
(c) 
No person shall remove a registration plate from a bicycle during the period for which issued except upon a transfer of ownership or if the bicycle is dismantled and no longer operated upon any street in the Village.
(6) 
Renewal of registration. An expired registration may be renewed upon application and payment of the same fee as upon an original application.
(7) 
Transfer of ownership. Within 10 days after any registered bicycle has changed ownership or been dismantled and taken out service or operation, the person in whose name the bicycle has been registered shall report such information to the Police Department. In case of change of ownership, the registration shall be changed upon payment of a fee of $1 to show the name of the new owner. In case of dismantling and taking out of service or operation, the registration shall be canceled and the identification tag returned to the Police Department.
(8) 
Lost registration tag. If an owner shall lose his registration tag or it should be destroyed or stolen, he shall report the same immediately to the Police Department, which shall then issue to such owner a new registration tag at a cost of $1.
(9) 
Alteration of registration tags. No person shall alter or counterfeit any registration tag issued in conformity with this section.
(10) 
Nonresident. Any nonresident may operate a bicycle which is duly registered in any municipality and equipped with registration plates without obtaining a local registration, provided that the municipality wherein the bicycle is registered extends the same privilege. A nonresident may register his bicycle in the Village upon following the procedures set forth in this section.
(11) 
Unclaimed or unidentified bicycles. All abandoned bicycles and unidentified bicycles remaining in the hands of the Chief of Police shall be sold at auction or public sale as provided by law.
(12) 
Traffic ordinances apply to persons driving bicycles. Every person driving a bicycle upon a roadway or the shoulder of the roadway shall be granted all the rights and shall be subject to all of the duties applicable to the driver of a vehicle by the laws of the state declaring rules of the road applicable to vehicles or by traffic ordinances of the Village applicable to the driver of a vehicle, except as to the provisions of laws and ordinances which by their nature can have no application.
[Amended by Ord. No. 727]
(13) 
Riding on sidewalks.
(a) 
Bicyclists exercising due care and not jeopardizing the safety of pedestrians may drive and operate their bicycles upon the sidewalk, except sidewalks in any business district.
(b) 
No person driving a bicycle on the sidewalk shall attempt to pass another person or persons going in the same direction on such walk without giving a warning and until it becomes evident that the person so warned is aware of the approach of the person driving the bicycle. Pedestrians shall at all times have the right-of-way upon the sidewalks, and, if necessary, the person driving such bicycle shall dismount and vacate the sidewalk to prevent a collision. Any such person driving a bicycle upon the sidewalk must have the bicycle under control at all times.
(14) 
Riding on roadways and bicycle paths.
(a) 
Every person operating a bicycle upon a roadway shall ride as near to the right-hand curb or edge of the roadway as practical, exercising due care when passing a standing vehicle or one proceeding in the same direction.
(b) 
Persons driving bicycles upon a roadway shall ride single file.
(c) 
Wherever a usable bicycle path has been provided adjacent to a roadway, bicycle drivers shall use such path and shall not use the roadway.
(d) 
The operator of any bicycle overtaking another bicycle or vehicle proceeding in the same direction shall pass such vehicle at a safe distance to the right thereof, but no person driving a bicycle shall pass or attempt to pass another vehicle proceeding in the same direction unless such passing can be made in safety and at a place on a street other than an intersection without leaving the traveled portion of the road.
(e) 
No person riding upon any coaster, roller skates, sled, toboggan or toy vehicle shall attach the same or himself to any vehicle upon a roadway nor go upon any roadway, except while crossing a roadway at a crosswalk.
(15) 
Riding on bicycles; carrying extra passengers.
(a) 
A person propelling a bicycle shall not ride other than upon or astride a permanent and regular seat attached thereto.
(b) 
No bicycle shall be used to carry more persons than the number for which it is designed and equipped.
(c) 
No bicycle, except a tandem, shall be used to carry any person except the operator unless equipped with a child's seat, in which case the following conditions and regulations shall be met:
1. 
The child's seat shall be fastened securely to the bicycle and shall be located behind the operator's seat, shall be so designed and manufactured for this specific purpose and be equipped with safety belt, armrest, backrest, and foot and spoke protection, and have a firm seat and back, and shall be attached to the frame at three points with bolts or nuts, two of which are at either side of the wheel axle.
2. 
Only one child's seat shall be attached to a bicycle.
(16) 
Improper riding, trick riding and racing.
(a) 
No person driving a bicycle upon a public highway or street shall participate in any race, speed or endurance contest unless such race or endurance contest has the written permission of the Village Manager and is under the supervision of the Police Department.
(b) 
No person riding or operating a bicycle shall perform or attempt to perform any acrobatic, fancy or stunt riding upon any public highway or street.
(17) 
Obedience to traffic control devices. Any person operating a bicycle shall obey the instructions of official traffic control devices applicable to vehicles, unless otherwise directed by a police officer.
(18) 
Stopping, turning and signaling.
(a) 
Arm signals. No bicycle operator shall suddenly stop, slow down or turn without giving an arm signal required by state law for the operation of motor vehicles.
(b) 
Traffic signs. Whenever authorized signs are erected indicating that no right, left or U-turn is permitted, no person operating a bicycle shall disobey the direction of any such sign, except where such person dismounts from the bicycle to make any such turn, in which event such person shall then obey the regulations applicable to pedestrians.
(c) 
Right turn. Every person riding or operating a bicycle intending to turn to the right at an intersection, alley or driveway shall approach the turning point in the line of traffic nearest the right-hand curb of the street.
(d) 
Left turn. Every person riding or operating a bicycle intending to turn left at an intersection or to enter an alley or driveway shall approach the point of turning in the line of traffic nearest to the center of the roadway. The bicycle operator, in turning left at an intersection, shall pass to the left of the center of the intersection before turning unless otherwise directed by markers, buttons, or signs. At intersections where traffic is moving in opposite directions, if it is not safe for bicycles to make turns as mentioned above, the bicycle operator shall stay in the right-hand lane and ride to the opposite corner, then dismount and walk the bicycle to the left-hand corner and proceed. Left turns may also be made by riding to the opposite corner and then turning left and riding in normal riding position. Crosswalks shall be used when walking a bicycle through an intersection.
(19) 
Emerging from an alley or driveway. The operator of a bicycle emerging from an alley, driveway or building shall stop prior to riding on or across a sidewalk or roadway. Such operator shall in all cases yield the right-of-way to all pedestrians approaching on the sidewalk and to all vehicles approaching upon the roadway.
(20) 
Speed. No person shall operate a bicycle at a speed greater than is reasonable and prudent under existing conditions.
(21) 
Parking.
(a) 
No person shall park any bicycle against windows or on the main traveled portion of the sidewalk nor in such manner as to constitute a hazard to pedestrians, traffic or property.
(b) 
If there is no bicycle rack or other facility intended to be used for the parking of bicycles in the vicinity, bicycles may be parked on the sidewalk in an upright position parallel to and within 24 inches of the curb.
(22) 
Clinging to vehicles and towing.
(a) 
No person operating a bicycle shall attach himself or his bicycle to any vehicle upon a roadway.
(b) 
No person operating a bicycle shall tow or draw any coaster, wagon, sled, person on roller skates, toy vehicles or other similar vehicle on any street, highway or roadway. Only trailers designed for bicycles may be towed.
(23) 
Carrying articles. No person operating a bicycle shall carry any package, bundle or article which prevents the operator from keeping at least one hand upon the handlebars or obstructs the operator's vision.
(24) 
Brakes on bicycles. Every bicycle upon any roadway shall be equipped with a brake adequate to stop such bicycle whenever necessary and to control the movement.
(25) 
Handlebars. Every bicycle that is equipped with handlebar grips must have such grips securely glued or cemented to the handlebars.
(26) 
Safety equipment required.
(a) 
Every bicycle when operated any time between sunset and sunrise shall be equipped with a lamp on the front which shall emit a white light visible from a distance of at least 500 feet to the front and with a red reflector on the rear so mounted and maintained as to be visible from all distances from 50 feet to 500 feet to the rear when directly in front of lawful upper beams of headlights on a motor vehicle. A lamp emitting a red light visible from a distance of 300 feet to the rear may be used in addition to the red reflector.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Code Adoption Ordinance).
(b) 
No person shall operate a bicycle unless it is equipped with a bell or other device capable of giving a signal audible for a distance of at least 100 feet, except that a bicycle shall not be equipped with, nor shall any person use upon a bicycle, any siren, whistle or other unreasonable warning device.
(27) 
Effects of regulations.
(a) 
No person shall perform any act forbidden or fail to perform any act required in this section.
(b) 
The parent of any child and the guardian of any ward shall not authorize or knowingly permit any child or ward to violate any of the provisions of this section.
(c) 
The regulations applicable to bicycles shall apply whenever a bicycle is operated upon any highway or upon any path set aside for the exclusive use of bicycles, subject to those exceptions stated herein.
(28) 
Disposal of offenders according to age.
(a) 
Any offender under the age of 16 years disregarding the rules and regulations governing the operation of bicycles or vehicles not in conflict with state laws shall be directed to appear before the Juvenile Traffic Officer. Any person 16 years of age or older shall be dealt with in accordance with this chapter and shall be disposed of as prescribed by §§ 7.20 and 7.21.
(b) 
Bicycle riders 16 years of age and older shall be issued a traffic citation if they violate the traffic laws. Forfeitures shall be the same as forfeitures for drivers of motor vehicles. Bicycle riders under 16 years of age shall be issued a bicycle violation ticket if they violate any of the bicycle laws. This ticket shall be signed by his or her parents and returned to the Police Department by the violator.
(29) 
Revocation of registration. The Chief of Police shall have authority to suspend the registration of and remove the number tags from any bicycle operated contrary to state law or Village ordinances, such suspension and removal to continue for a period not to exceed 10 days. Such suspension and removal shall be in addition to other penalties provided hereunder. Registration cards shall be shown on demand or when ordered to appear for any violation of this section.

7.11 (Reserved) [1]

[1]
Editor's Note: Original § 7.11, Unnecessary noise prohibited, which immediately followed this section, was deleted at time of adoption of Code (see Code Adoption Ordinance). See now § 7.15, Disorderly conduct with a vehicle.

7.12 (Reserved) [1]

[1]
Editor's Note: Original § 7.12 was repealed by Ord. No. 640.

7.13 Snowmobiles.

(1) 
State snowmobile laws adopted. Except as otherwise specifically provided in this chapter, the statutory provisions describing and defining regulations with respect to snowmobiles in the following enumerated sections of the Wisconsin Statutes are hereby adopted by reference and made part of this section as if fully set forth herein. Acts required to be performed or prohibited by such statutes are required or prohibited by this section.
(a)
350.01
Definitions
(b)
350.02
Operation of snowmobiles on or in the vicinity of highways
(c)
350.03
Right-of-way
(d)
350.04
Snowmobile races, derbies and routes
(e)
350.045
Public utility exemption
(f)
350.047
Local ordinance to be filed
(g)
350.05
Operation by youthful operators restricted
(h)
350.055
Safety certification program established
(i)
350.07
Driving animals
(j)
350.08
Owner permitting operation
(k)
350.09
Head lamps, tail lamps and brakes
(l)
350.10
Miscellaneous provisions for snowmobile operation
(m)
350.12
Registration of snowmobiles
(n)
350.13
Uniform trail signs and standards
(o)
350.15
Accidents and accident reports
(p)
350.17
Enforcement
(q)
350.18
Local ordinances
(r)
350.19
Liability of landowners
(2) 
Applicability of rules of the road to snowmobiles. The operator of a snowmobile upon a roadway shall, in addition to the provisions of Ch. 350, Wis. Stats., be subject to §§ 346.04, 346.06, 346.11, 346.14(1), 346.18, 346.19, 346.20, 346.21, 346.26, 346.27, 346.33, 346.35, 346.37, 346.39, 346.40, 346.44, 346.46, 346.47, 346.48, 346.50(1)(b), 346.51, 346.52, 346.53, 346.54, 346.55, 346.87, 346.88, 346.89, 346.90, 346.91, 346.92(1) and 346.94(1) and (9), Wis. Stats.
(3) 
Permitting operation by improper persons prohibited. No owner or person having charge or control of a snowmobile shall authorize or permit any person to operate such snowmobile who is not permitted under state law to operate such snowmobile or who is under the influence of an intoxicant or a dangerous or narcotic drug.
(4) 
Operation while under influence prohibited. Section 346.63, Wis. Stats., shall apply to the operation of a snowmobile anywhere within the Village.
(5) 
Written consent of owner required. The consent required under § 350.10(1)(f), (k), (L) and (m), Wis. Stats., shall be written consent dated and limited to the year in which the consent is given. If the property is owned or leased by more than one person, the consent of each shall be obtained.
(6) 
Additional regulations.
(a) 
Except as provided in §§ 350.02 and 350.03, Wis. Stats., no person shall operate a snowmobile upon any public right-of-way, in any public park or on any other public property in the Village, except when authorized by the Village Board.
(b) 
No person shall operate a snowmobile on any private property not owned or controlled by him without the express consent or permission of the owner.
(c) 
No person shall operate a snowmobile on any sidewalk, pedestrianway or mall within the Village.
(d) 
Persons authorized to operate snowmobiles in the Village are prohibited from operating such vehicles between the hours of 9:30 p.m. and 9:30 a.m.
(7) 
Snowmobile renters to be licensed.
(a) 
No person shall engage in the business of renting or leasing of snowmobiles to the public or of renting or leasing use of a snowmobile track or other private property to the public for the operation of snowmobiles thereon in the Village unless he has first obtained a license as provided in this section.
(b) 
Application for snowmobile renters' licenses shall be filed with the Clerk-Treasurer and shall include the name of the owner of the premises on which such business will be conducted, the proposed period and hours of operation, the name of the person who shall conduct such business, the state registration number of such commercial owner, if any, and the registration numbers of any snowmobiles to be leased by such business and such other information as the Village Board shall require to consider such application. The application shall be accompanied by a fee of $15 to cover the cost of investigation and issuance of the license.
(c) 
No license shall be issued unless approved by the governing body after public hearing. Notice of such hearing shall be given as a Class 1 notice under Ch. 985, Wis. Stats. The Village Board shall approve issuance of the license only if it determines that the public health, safety and welfare shall not be adversely affected thereby and that the following requirements are met:
1. 
The applicant shall have on file with the Village Clerk-Treasurer proof of liability insurance in force covering the premises to be licensed and the operation of any snowmobile thereon or to be rented or offered for use to the public by the business with limits of $250,000/$500,000/$10,000.
2. 
Use of the premises shall conform to the requirements of the zoning regulations of the Village[1] and be approved by the Director of Inspection Services.
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 17, Zoning Code.
3. 
Snowmobiles may be operated on the premises between 9:30 a.m. and 9:30 p.m.
4. 
The licensing period shall be for one year from September 1 to August 31.
5. 
The Clerk-Treasurer shall issue a renewal license to any person holding a valid license under this section upon payment of the annual fee, provided that any such applicant who has been convicted within the preceding 12 months of a violation of this section or any state statute regulating or restricting the use of snowmobiles or snowmobile renters shall not be entitled to a license renewal until approved by the Village Board after public hearing as required under this Subsection (7)(c).

7.14 Premises held out to the public for use of motor vehicles.

[Added 7-6-2004 by Ord. No. 809]
(1) 
This section shall apply to all premises held out to the public for use of their motor vehicles, whether such premises are publicly or privately owned and whether or not a fee is charged for the use thereof. This section shall not apply to any street or highway.
(2) 
No person shall operate a motor vehicle on such premises:
(a) 
At a speed in excess of the posted 20 miles per hour.
(b) 
Outside the driving lanes indicated by painted lines.
(c) 
Across parking stalls indicated by painted lines. This subsection shall not prohibit entering and occupying a parking stall, nor exiting the same, if the operator properly remains within the painted lines.
(d) 
In a manner commonly known as "spinning donuts," wherein the vehicle is driven rapidly in a tight radius.
(e) 
At a rapid or sudden acceleration. The squealing of tires or leaving of tire marks shall be evidence of rapid or sudden acceleration.
(f) 
The wrong way in a driving lane where such wrong way is indicated by painted arrows or by entry angle or adjoining parking stalls.
(g) 
Without stopping for a stop sign posted on such premises. The stop required hereunder shall be completed and of sufficient duration to allow adequate observation of the possible approach of other vehicles or pedestrians before proceeding with safety. A rolling stop or a momentary stop shall not comply with the provisions hereof.
(h) 
Motor vehicles shall not be parked outside designated parking stalls, including in the painted cross areas indicating the end of a parking stall. Motorcycles are the only exemption for parking in these areas.

7.15 Disorderly conduct with a motor vehicle.

[Added 6-7-2005 by Ord. No. 819]
(1) 
Prohibited. No person shall cause or provoke a disturbance within the Village by use of a motor vehicle, including but not limited to an automobile, truck, motorcycle, minibike or snowmobile.
(2) 
Definition. "Disorderly conduct with a motor vehicle" means engaging in violent, abusive, unreasonably loud or otherwise disorderly conduct, including but not limited to:
[Amended 12-15-2015 by Ord. No. 874[1]]
(a) 
Unnecessary, deliberate or intentional spinning of wheels or squealing of tires.
(b) 
"Spinning donuts," wherein a vehicle is driven rapidly in a tight radius.
(c) 
"Fishtailing," wherein the vehicle is driven in such a manner as to cause the rear end of the vehicle to unnecessarily sway from side to side.
(d) 
Excessive and unnecessary revving of the engine, blowing the horn or causing the engine to backfire.
(e) 
Causing a vehicle, while commencing to move or in motion, to raise one or more wheels off the ground.
(f) 
Using a motor vehicle where the compression brake is in any way engaged or activated on such motor vehicle or any unit or part thereof, except in emergency situations. A compression brake, commonly referred to as a "Jacobs" brake, "Jake" brake, engine brake or dynamic braking device, means a device primarily on trucks for the conversion of the engine from an internal combustion engine to an air compressor for the purpose of braking without the use of or in addition to wheel brakes.
[1]
Editor's Note: This ordinance provided an effective date of 1-1-2017.

7.16 School bus flashing red lights.

[Added 5-20-2008 by Ord. No. 838]
School bus operators shall use flashing red warning lights in a residence or business district when pupils or other authorized passengers are to be loaded or unloaded at a location at which there are no traffic signals, and such persons must cross the street or highway before being unloaded or after being unloaded.

7.20 Violations and penalties.

(1) 
Penalty. The penalty for violation of any current and future provision of this chapter shall be a forfeiture and penalty assessment if required by any current and future provisions of § 757.05, Wis. Stats., a jail assessment if required by any current and future provisions of § 302.46(1), Wis. Stats., plus any applicable fees prescribed in any current and future provisions of Ch. 814, Wis. Stats. Any future additions, amendments, revisions or modifications of the current or future statutes listed herein are intended to be made part of this code in order to secure uniform statewide regulation of traffic on the highways, streets and alleys of the Village and the penalties imposed for the same. Only those violations of ordinances adopted under the sections of the Wisconsin Statutes listed below are exempt from the penalty assessment:
[Amended 6-3-2014 by Ord. No. 867]
346.50
Exceptions to stopping and parking restrictions
346.51
Stopping, standing or parking outside of business or residence districts
346.52
Stopping prohibited in certain specified places
346.53
Parking prohibited in certain specified places
346.54
How to park and stop on streets
349.13
Authority to regulate the stopping, standing or parking of vehicles
349.14
Authority to use parking meters
(2) 
State forfeiture statutes. Any forfeiture for violation of a statute adopted in § 7.01 shall conform to the forfeiture permitted to be imposed for violation of the statute adopted by reference, including any variations or increases for subsequent offenses.
(3) 
Local regulations. Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, the penalty for violation of §§ 7.02 to 7.15 of this chapter shall be as provided in § 25.04 of this Code.
(4) 
Parking violations.
Forfeiture
Section
Violation
Minimum
Maximum
346.51(1)
Improper parking on/off roadway
$30
$300
346.52(1)
Stopping/standing in prohibited areas
$20
$40
Second conviction within 1 year
$50
$100
346.52(2)
Stopping/standing on highway by grade school
$20
$40
Second conviction within 1 year
$50
$100
346.53
Parking/standing where prohibited
$20
$40
Second conviction within 1 year
$50
$100
346.54
Improper parking/standing of vehicle
$20
$40
Second conviction within 1 year
$50
$100
346.55(1)
Parking on left side of highway
$30
$300
346.55(3)
Parking on posted private property
$20
$40
Second conviction within 1 year
$50
$100
(5) 
Nonmoving violation and registration program. Pursuant to the provisions of § 345.28(4), Wis. Stats., the Village elects to participate in the nonmoving traffic violation and registration program of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and pay the costs established by the Department under § 85.13, Wis. Stats. Such costs shall, in turn, be assessed against persons charged with nonmoving traffic violations. The Village Attorney shall be responsible for complying with the requirements set forth in § 345.28(4), Wis. Stats.
[Added by Ord. No. 743]

7.21 Enforcement.

(1) 
Enforcement procedure. This chapter shall be enforced according to §§ 23.33, 66.0114, 345.11 to 345.61, and Ch. 800, Wis. Stats.
(2) 
Deposit.
(a) 
Any person arrested for a violation of this chapter may make a deposit of money as directed by the arresting officer at the Police Department or the office of the Clerk of Court or by mailing the deposit to such places. The arresting officer or the person receiving the deposit shall notify the arrested person, orally or in writing, that:
1. 
If the person makes a deposit for a violation of a traffic regulation, the person need not appear in court at the time fixed in the citation and the person will be deemed to have tendered a plea of no contest and submitted to a forfeiture and penalty assessment if required by § 757.05, Wis. Stats., a jail assessment if required by § 302.46(1), Wis. Stats., plus any applicable fees prescribed in Ch. 814, Wis. Stats., not to exceed the amount of the deposit that the court may accept as provided in § 345.37, Wis. Stats.
2. 
If the person fails to make a deposit for a violation of a traffic regulation or appear in court at the time fixed in the citation, the court may enter a default judgment finding the person guilty of the offense or issue a warrant for his arrest.
(b) 
The amount of the deposit shall be determined in accordance with the State of Wisconsin Revised Uniform State Traffic Deposit Schedule established by the Wisconsin Judicial Conference and shall include the penalty assessment established under § 757.05, Wis. Stats., a jail assessment if required by § 302.46(1), Wis. Stats., and court costs. If a deposit schedule has not been established, the arresting officer shall require the alleged offender to deposit the forfeiture established by the Chief of Police, which shall include the penalty assessment established under § 757.05, Wis. Stats. Deposits for moving violations shall not include the penalty assessment.
(c) 
The arresting officer or the person receiving the deposit shall issue the arrested person a receipt therefor as required by § 345.26(3)(b), Wis. Stats.
(d) 
If a deposit schedule has not been established, the arresting officer shall require the alleged offender to deposit not less than the maximum forfeiture permitted under this chapter.
(3) 
Petition to reopen judgment. Whenever a person has been convicted in this state on the basis of a forfeiture of deposit or a plea of guilty or no contest and the person was not informed as required under § 345.27(1) and (2), Wis. Stats., the person may, within 60 days after being notified of the revocation or suspension of the operating privilege, petition the court to reopen the judgment and grant him an opportunity to defend on merits. If the court finds that the petitioner was not informed as required under § 345.27(1) and (2), Wis. Stats., the court shall order the judgment reopened. The court order reopening the judgment automatically reinstates the revoked or suspended operating privilege.