Village of Celoron, NY
Chautauqua County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Celoron 5-28-1947 (Ch. 18 of the 1966 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Fire lanes — See Ch. 106.
Vehicles in parks — See Ch. 135.
[Amended 12-9-2013 by L.L. No. 4-2013]
As used in this chapter all words and phrases defined in Article I of the Vehicle and Traffic Law are herein included and made a part of this chapter.
A. 
No person shall park a motor vehicle or permit a vehicle to remain stationary, with or without a driver:
Name of Street
Side
Location
Alleghany Avenue
West
From Lake Street to Duquesne Street
Boulevard Avenue
[Added 9-14-1971; amended 7-23-2012 by L.L. No. 2-2012]
North
From Dunham Avenue east to the intersection of the easterly line of Edgewater Street
Boulevard Avenue
[Amended 12-9-2013 by L.L. No. 4-2013]
South
For a distance of 50 feet from Dunham Avenue
Burtis Street
[Added 6-22-1970]
South
From Alleghany Avenue to Conewango Avenue
Dunham Avenue
East
From Duquesne Street to Chautauqua Lake excluding Lake Street to Boulevard Avenue
Dunham Avenue
East
From Lucy Lane to south Village limits unless all wheels of the vehicle are completely off from the paved portion of the highway
Dunham Avenue
East
North of the Erie Railroad overpass unless motor vehicle be parked parallel with the curb
Dunham Avenue
West
From Boulevard Avenue to Chautauqua Lake
Dunham Avenue
West
From Burtis Street to Lake Street unless the motor vehicle be parked perpendicularly with the curb
Dunham Avenue
West
From Lucy Lane to south Village limits
Duquesne Street
North
From Alleghany Avenue to Jackson Avenue
Jackson Avenue
East
From Linwood Street to a point 500 feet south therefrom
Jackson Avenue
[Added 12-10-2018 by L.L. No. 2-2019]
East
For a distance of 50 feet from West Livingston Aveue
Lake Street
Both
For a distance of 150 feet east from Dunham Avenue
Lake Street
South
From Dunham Avenue to Alleghany Avenue
Livingston Avenue
From Dunham Avenue west unless all wheels of the vehicle are completely off from the paved portion of the highway
Melvin Avenue
[Added 3-28-1972]
East
From the north line of Duquesne Street 35 feet north
West Lake Street
[Added 12-10-2018 by L.L. No. 2-2019]
North
From Durham Avenue to North Allegheny Avenue
B. 
[1]In any bus zone established in compliance with § 195-6 hereof.
[1]
Editor's Note: Original § 18-B, C, and D of the 1966 Code, regarding parking prohibitions near stop signs, hydrants, and private driveways, respectively, which immediately preceded this subsection, were repealed 12-9-2013 by L.L. No. 4-2013 as duplicative of state statute.
C. 
Fire zones.[2]
(1) 
The area on the west side of Dunham Avenue, south from the south side of Livingston Avenue 10 feet, and the area on both sides of Livingston Avenue 100 feet west of Dunham Avenue shall be known as a fire zone. Motor vehicles shall not be parked in the aforesaid area at any time except by special permit the Board of Trustees of said Village may permit parking on the west side of Dunham Avenue as hereinbefore described.
[Amended 4-13-1953]
(2) 
The area on the west side of Dunham Avenue north from Livingston Avenue to Chadakoin in the said Village of Celoron shall be known as a fire zone. Motor vehicles shall not be parked in the area at any time except by special permit the Board of Trustees of said Village may permit parking in said area.
[Amended 4-25-1955]
(3) 
The area on the west side of Dunham Avenue 80 feet north from the north side of Burtis Street shall be known as a fire zone. Motor vehicles shall not be parked in the aforesaid area at any time.
[Added 10-27-1969]
[2]
Editor's Note:See also Ch. 106, Fire Lanes.
D. 
Parking requirements.
(1) 
Parking in the Village Public Parking Lot bordered by Dunham Avenue, Boulevard Avenue, and Lindsey Place shall be done in designated areas only.
(2) 
Parking on the north side of Lindsey Place shall be done in designated areas only.
A. 
Legislative intent. The intent of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Celoron is to implement "winter parking" within the Village of Celoron so that any vehicle abandoned or parked during the set winter hours or during a public emergency may be removed by the Highway Superintendent or Town of Ellicott Police Department.
B. 
Authority to impound vehicles.
(1) 
When any vehicle is abandoned or parked on any highway or street within the Village of Celoron during a snowstorm, flood, fire or other public emergency which affects that portion of the public highway or street upon said vehicle is parked or abandoned, said vehicle may be removed by the Highway Superintendent or the Town of Ellicott Police Department.
(2) 
No person shall park a motor vehicle between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. on any street or highway within the Village from November 1 of one calendar year to April 1 of the following calendar year.
(3) 
When any vehicle is found unattended on any highway or street within this Village where said vehicle constitutes an obstruction to traffic, said vehicle may be removed by the Town of Ellicott Police Department.
(4) 
When any vehicle is parked or abandoned on any highway or street within this Village where stopping, standing or parking is prohibited, said vehicle may be removed by the Town of Ellicott Police Department.
C. 
Storage and charges. After removal of any vehicle, as provided in this article, the Town of Ellicott Police Department or Highway Superintendent may store such vehicles in a suitable place at the expense of the owners.
D. 
Notice of removal. The Highway Superintendent or Town of Ellicott Police Department shall without delay report the removal and the disposition of any vehicle removed, as provided in this article, to the Highway Superintendent or the Town of Ellicott Police Department to ascertain to the extent possible, the owner of the vehicle or person having charge, and to notify him of the removal and disposition of such vehicle and of the amount which will be required to redeem same.
E. 
Effective date. This section shall take effect immediately upon filing with the Secretary of State.
[Amended 10-22-1984 by L.L. No. 4-1984]
All vehicles shall be parked parallel to the curb except as otherwise herein provided and not more than six inches from the curb.
A. 
The Board of Trustees shall have the power to fairly and temporarily suspend, when necessary in the public interest, any part of this chapter as to parking and traffic and the movement of vehicles in order to promote public safety, such powers as are exercised in an emergency.
B. 
The Board of Trustees may issue a special parking permit or reserved space permit to a person engaged in mercantile business which requires the loading and unloading of bulky parcels and has no other means to his place of business except through the space covered by such permit.
The Board of Trustees may, from time to time, establish bus zones at such place or places as shall be deemed necessary and such Board shall direct the Chief of Police of the Town of Ellicott Police Department to place adequate signs designating said zones.
[Amended 5-28-1947; 9-26-1972; 12-9-2013 by L.L. No. 4-2013]
Thirty miles per hour is hereby established as the maximum speed at which vehicles may proceed within the corporate limits of the Village of Celoron, New York.
[Amended 5-28-1947]
It shall be unlawful for any person to operate any motor vehicle upon the public streets unless such vehicle is properly equipped with rubber tires.
[Amended 7-27-1953; 5-26-1969; 8-25-1969; 9-14-1972; 3-28-1972; 8-28-1973; 11-14-1978 by L.L. No. 2-1978; 6-1-1981 by L.L. No. 1-1981]
A. 
No driver of any vehicle shall enter upon or cross either Dunham Avenue or Boulevard Avenue from any intersecting road or highway without first having brought the vehicle to a full stop at or close to the intersecting of such road or highway, and suitable stop signs shall be erected at or near the intersecting line of such road or highway and shall be plainly visible at all times for a distance of at least 50 feet.
B. 
Stop intersections.
Stop Sign on
Side
At Intersection of
4th Street
East
Jackson Avenue
4th Street
East and West
Alleghany Avenue
4th Street
West
Dunham Avenue
5th Street
East
Jackson Avenue
5th Street
East and West
Alleghany Avenue
5th Street
East and West
Dunham Avenue
6th Street
East
Alleghany Avenue
6th Street
West
Dunham Avenue
7th Street
East
Dunham Avenue
7th Street
East
Jackson Avenue
7th Street
West
Alleghany Avenue
9th Street
East and West
Dunham Avenue
9th Street
North
Boulevard Avenue
10th Street
East and West
Dunham Avenue
Alleghany Avenue
North
Linwood Street
Alleghany Avenue
North and South
Burtis Street
Alleghany Avenue
North and South
Duquesne Street
Alleghany Avenue
North and South
Livingston Avenue
Alleghany Avenue
North and South
Lucy Lane
Alleghany Avenue
South
9th Street
Avon Avenue
North and South
Boulevard Avenue
Avon Avenue
North and South
Duquesne Street
Beaver Street
West
Metcalf Avenue
Burtis Street
East
Jackson Avenue
Burtis Street
East and West
Alleghany Avenue
Burtis Street
East and West
Dunham Avenue
Butler Avenue
North and south
10th. Street at County Road No. 139
Chadakoin Street
East and West
Alleghany Avenue
Chadakoin Street
East and West
Dunham Avenue
Chadakoin Street
East and West
Jackson Avenue
Chadakoin Street
West
Conewango Avenue
Chicago Avenue
South
Livingston Avenue
Conewango Avenue
North and South
Duquesne Street
Conewango Avenue
North and South
Livingston Avenue
Conewango Avenue
South
Boulevard Avenue
County Road No. 139
East and West
Metcalf Avenue
County Road No. 139
South
Livingston Avenue
Dunham Avenue
Two stop signs at the end of Dunham Avenue, north
Duquesne Street
East
Jackson Avenue
Duquesne Street
East and West
Conewango Avenue
Duquesne Street
East and West
Dunham Avenue
Duquesne Street
East and West
East Avenue
Duquesne Street
East and West
Melvin Avenue
Duquesne Street
West
Gifford Avenue
East Avenue
South
Boulevard Avenue
Edgewater Avenue
North
Boulevard Avenue
Edith Avenue
South
5th. Street
Gifford Avenue
South
Boulevard Avenue
Houston Avenue
South
Houston Court
Houston Court
East
Houston Avenue
Lake Street
East and West
Dunham Avenue
Lake Street
West
Conewango Avenue
Linwood Street
East
Jackson Avenue
Linwood Street
East and West
Alleghany Avenue
Linwood Street
West
Dunham Avenue
Livingston Avenue
East
Jackson Avenue
Livingston Avenue
East and West
Dunham Avenue
Lucy Lane
East
Jackson Avenue
Lucy Lane
East and West
Alleghany Avenue
Lucy Lane
West
Dunham Avenue
Maple Street
North
Dunham Avenue
Maple Street
West
Butler Avenue
Melvin Avenue
North
Livingston Avenue
Melvin Avenue
South
Boulevard Avenue
Metcalf Avenue
North and South
County Road 139
Metcalf Avenue
South
Livingston Avenue
North Butts Avenue
South
Livingston Avenue
North Butts Avenue
South
Woodbine Avenue
Rowley Court
North and South
Houston Court
Smith Avenue
North
Livingston Avenue
Smith Avenue
North and South
Duquesne Street
Smith Avenue
South
Boulevard Avenue
Swan Street
West
Metcalf Avenue
Venice Avenue
North
Boulevard Avenue
Walton Avenue
North
Boulevard Avenue
Waverly Avenue
North and South
Boulevard Avenue
Waverly Avenue
North and South
Duquesne Street
West Lake Street
[Added 12-10-2018 by L.L. No. 2-2019]
North
North Allegheny Avenue
West Lake Street
[Added 12-10-2018 by L.L. No. 2-2019]
South
North Allegheny Avenue
Woodbine Avenue
East
North Hanford Avenue
A. 
Legislative intent. The intent of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Celoron is to implement "No Truck" routes to preserve the streets within the Village of Celoron from any truck, over-five-ton-load included; and suitable "No Truck" signs shall be erected at or near such intersection of said street or highway.
B. 
"No Truck" streets and signs. No driver of any truck, over-five-ton-load included, shall enter upon such street or highway and suitable "No Truck" signs shall be erected at or near intersection of such street and highway. "No Truck" streets are:
Name of Street
Location
4th, 5th, 6th, Lucy Lane
West of Dunham Avenue to Jackson Avenue
7th Street
From Dunham Avenue, east to Butler Avenue
9th Street
From Dunham Avenue, east to Butler Avenue
Beaver Street
West of Metcalf Avenue to Butler Avenue
Burtis Street
From Conewango Avenue west to Jackson Avenue
Butler Avenue
From Bailey Street south to 7th Street
Chadakoin Street
From Dunham Avenue west to Jackson Avenue
Conewango Avenue
South to Lake Street to Burtis Street
Duquesne Street
East from Gifford Avenue to Jackson Avenue
East Avenue - Boulevard Avenue
South to Duquesne
Linwood Street
From Dunham Avenue west to Jackson Avenue
Livingston Avenue - Dunham Avenue
East of Metcalf Avenue
Maple Street
East of Penn Empire Garage Facility to Butler Avenue
Melvin Avenue - Boulevard Avenue
South to Livingston Avenue
Metcalf Avenue - Livingston Avenue
South to Village Line
Smith Avenue - Boulevard Avenue
South to Livingston Avenue
Swan Street
West of Metcalf Avenue to Butler Avenue
Walton Avenue - Chadakoin Parkway
South to Duquesne Street
Waverly Avenue - Boulevard Avenue
South to Duquesne Street
C. 
Effective date. This section shall take effect immediately upon filing with the Secretary of State.
[Added 10-22-1985 L.L. No. 5-1984]
[Amended 12-9-2013 by L.L. No. 4-2013]
Every person convicted of a traffic infraction for violation of any of the provisions of this chapter which is not a violation of any provisions of the Vehicle and Traffic Laws of the State of New York shall, upon conviction thereof, be punished by a fine of not more than $250 or imprisonment not to exceed 15 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment.