City of Scranton, PA
Lackawanna County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Scranton 4-5-1995 as Ord. No. 40-1995. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Vehicles and traffic — See Ch. 439.

§ 328-1 Prohibited acts.

It shall be unlawful for any parking garage, parking lot or any other parcel property located within the City of Scranton which charges a fee for the storage or parking of a motor vehicle to have, keep, lease or maintain said property without first having obtained the proper permit from the Department of Community Development. This permit requirement shall not be waived in the event that said parking garage, parking lot or other parcel of property offers discounted parking fees or free parking to persons showing proof of patronage to or validation by any business enterprise located within the City of Scranton.

§ 328-2 Permit fees.

A. 
No permit shall be issued under this chapter for any property as described in § 328-1, until the annual fee shall have been paid to the Department of Community Development.
B. 
The permit fee shall be fifteen dollars ($15.) per space provided for each motor vehicle.

§ 328-3 Closings.

The Director of the Department of Community Development, or any other person the City of Scranton may designate, may in her discretion, cause to be closed any parking garage, parking lot or parcel of property as described in § 328-1 for which no permit fee has been paid.

§ 328-4 Inspections.

Any business or activity permitted under this chapter shall be subject to inspection by the appropriate officials of the City of Scranton.

§ 328-5 Violations and penalties.

Any person who shall violate any provision in this chapter shall, upon conviction thereof, be sentenced to pay a fine of not more than six hundred dollars ($600.) and, in default of payment, to undergo imprisonment for a term not to exceed thirty (30) days. Each day that a violation of this chapter continues shall constitute a separate offense.