[Ord. No. 995 §1101, 5-19-1987]
Except when necessary in obedience to traffic regulations or traffic signs or signals, the driver of a vehicle shall not stop, stand, or park such vehicle in a roadway other than parallel with the edge of the roadway, headed in the direction of traffic, and with the curb-side wheels of the vehicle within twelve (12) inches of the edge of the roadway, except as provided in the following paragraphs:
Upon those streets which have been marked or sign posted for angle parking as shall be provided elsewhere in this Chapter, and no person shall park or stand a vehicle other than at the angle to the curb or edge of the roadway indicated by such signs or markings.
In places where, hours when, and under conditions whereby the stopping and placing of vehicles in excess of eight (8) feet into the roadway from the curb for the loading or unloading of merchandise and materials is permitted, as hereinafter in this Series provided.
Upon streets other than those in the central traffic district, school buses, to pick up or discharge children, may be stopped in a position which may temporarily block vehicular traffic movements in both directions on the roadway.
When parking spaces are designated on public streets or in publicly owned parking lots by lines painted on the pavement, no vehicle shall be parked in such a way as to allow the vehicle to be situated in more than one (1) space except it shall not be a violation of this Section if the vehicle (including attached trailers if any) is of such length or width that it is physically impossible to park such vehicle in a single space. In such situations, the vehicle must take up the fewest number of spaces as physically possible.
[Ord. No. 995 §1102, 5-19-1987]
The Board of Aldermen shall determine upon what streets angle parking shall be permitted and shall mark or sign such streets for such angle parking.
Angle parking shall not be indicated or permitted at any place where passing traffic would thereby be caused or required to drive upon the left side of the street.
[Ord. No. 995 §1103, 5-19-1987]
On those streets which have been signed and designated by the Board of Aldermen for angle parking, no person shall park or stand a vehicle other than at the angle of the curb or edge of the roadway indicated by such signs or markings.
[Ord. No. 995 §1104, 5-19-1987]
The Board of Aldermen is authorized to issue special permits to permit the backing of a vehicle to the curb for the purpose of loading or unloading merchandise or materials subject to the terms and conditions of such permit. Such permits may be issued either to the owner or lessee of real property or to the owner of the vehicle and shall grant to such person the privilege as therein stated and authorized herein.
It shall be unlawful for any permittee or other person to violate any of the special terms or conditions of any such permit.
[Ord. No. 995 §1105, 5-19-1987; Ord. No. 1413 §1, 1-18-1994]
It shall be unlawful for the driver, operator or owner of any motor vehicle to enter into, stop, stand or park any vehicle on any posted private property without the expressed or impled consent to the owner, lessee or person in charge of the private property.
Posted shall mean the displaying of a sign no smaller than six (6) inches in height and eighteen (18) inches in width exposed to public view and located at some prominent location on the private property bearing substantially the following information:
PRIVATE PARKING — NO PARKING WITHOUT CONSENT OF OWNER OR LESSEE ORDINANCE 995 OF THE CITY OF PARKVILLE, MISSOURI
If at any time a vehicle is parked in violation of the provisions of this Chapter, the Police Department upon complaint of the owner, lessee or person in charge of the private property where the vehicle is parked, may remove or cause the same to be removed and to be dealt with in accordance with Chapter 370 of this Title.
It shall be unlawful for any person to park a motor vehicle, boat, recreational vehicle, or trailer on any portion of the required side, rear, or front yard of a lot within the City of Parkville.