[HISTORY: Adopted by the Village Board of the Village of Grafton as Title 10, Ch. 10.36, of the 1979 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
No vehicle shall be parked in any of the following areas at any time:
No vehicle shall be parked in any of the following areas at the times specified:
[Amended by Ord. No. 028, Series 2006; Ord. No. 006, Series 2007; 9-19-2011 by Ord. No. 030-2011; 5-21-2012 by Ord. No. 005-2012]
No vehicles shall be parked for more than 15 minutes in any of the following areas at the times specified:
[Amended by Ord. No. 008, Series 1999]
No vehicle shall be parked for more than 30 minutes in any of the following areas at the times specified:
[Amended 3-6-2017 by Ord. No. 003-2017]
No vehicle shall be parked for more than one hour in any of the following areas at the times specified:
[Amended by Ord. No. 026; Series 2005]
No vehicle shall be parked for more than 90 minutes in any of the following area at any times specified:
On the north side of Beech Street from the railroad tracks 240 feet east.
No vehicle shall be parked for more than two hours in any of the following areas at the times specified:
[Amended by Ord. No. 025, Series 1997; Ord. No. 012, Series 2001]
Angle parking is permitted at the following locations:
On Bridge Street between Wisconsin Avenue and the Wisconsin Central Railroad right-of-way, as designated by pavement markings.
On the east side of Thirteenth Avenue from 140 feet north of the north curbline of Washington Street to 118 feet north of the north curbline of Washington Street.
On the west side of Tenth Avenue beginning at a point 348 feet south from its intersection with Maple Street and continuing to a point 442 feet south.
[Amended by Ord. No. 012, Series 2004]
There shall be van-accessible parking, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), within the following public right-of-way area:
On the west side of Eleventh Avenue beginning 135 feet from the southwest corner of Eleventh Avenue and Bridge Street and continuing south for a total of 34 feet in length.
No vehicle, camper or trailer shall be parked for more than 48 hours on any street.
When signs are erected in any block giving notice thereof, no person shall park a vehicle for longer than the period hereinafter specified at any time between 2:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. on Fridays only from April 1 through November 30 on the following streets:
No truck shall be parked on the north side of Bridge Street between Eleventh Avenue and Twelfth Avenue.
There shall be no truck or van parking at any time on the west side of Wisconsin Avenue from the south curbline of Bridge Street to 66 feet south of the south curbline of Bridge Street.
There shall be no truck or van parking at any time on the north side of Bridge Street from the corner of Thirteenth Avenue proceeding west 75 feet.
[Amended by Ord. No. 023, Series 2006]
There shall be no truck parking for trucks over 10,000 pounds on Beech Street from Eleventh Avenue to 60 feet west of Eleventh Avenue.
There shall be no truck parking at any time on the south side of Washington Street from the west curbline of Eleventh Avenue to the Wisconsin Central Railroad.
Parking of mobile recreational vehicles on Village streets.
[Amended by Ord. No. 030, Series 2006; Ord. No. 004, Series 2007]
Temporary permit required. No person shall park any mobile recreational vehicle or trailer on any Village street, alley, highway, public right-of-way, or Village off-street parking lot in a residentially zoned area for a period in excess of two hours unless he possesses a temporary permit. In no case may a person inhabit a mobile recreational vehicle overnight unless he has obtained a temporary permit, and in no event shall a mobile recreational vehicle be parked in or inhabited in a Village park after the park's official closing hours. Temporary permits will not be issued during winter parking restrictions from December 1 to April 1.
Definitions. As used in this article, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
- MOBILE RECREATIONAL VEHICLE
- Any trailer or recreational vehicle designed for camping or travel use, regardless of the vehicle's size or weight. "Mobile recreational vehicles" also includes, but is not limited to, motor homes, travel trailers, pickup trucks with attached camping units, house trailers, mobile homes and private coaches and converted buses.
- Includes, but shall not be limited to, boat trailers, snowmobile trailers, motorcycle trailers, car trailers, general hauling trailers, semitrailers, and any other enclosed or unenclosed hauling-style trailer. To qualify as "mobile recreational vehicle," the trailer must be equipped with axles and tires that enable it to be towed/moved under its own power by another vehicle. Any equipment must be appropriately attached to a vehicle capable of carrying it.
Permit application. A temporary permit may be obtained from the Village of Grafton Police Department where there is no alternative parking available. Such permit shall be valid for a period of not more than seven consecutive days. Temporary permits may be received up to three times per year and may provide for parking up to a maximum of 21 days in any calendar year. Under no circumstances shall a permit be granted allowing parking of mobile recreational vehicle or equipment in parking lots adjacent to or included in Village parks.
Enforcement. In addition to enforcement by law enforcement officers acting pursuant to statutory authority, any adult citizen may request enforcement for violation of this chapter by filing a written complaint with the Village Police Department, setting forth the specific dates and approximate times of the alleged violation. Municipal vehicles or agents of the Village are exempt.