Borough of State College, PA
Centre County
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[Ord. 1116, 10/10/1985, Section 601; amended by Ord. 1455, 12/13/1994, Section 1; Ord. 1459, 12/22/1994, Section 1]
All highways in the Municipality shall hereby be designated as Snow Removal Zones.
a. 
Snow Accumulation. It shall be unlawful for any person to park any vehicle, tractor or trailer, or allow same to remain parked or unattended on the paved or improved portion of any public highway in the Municipality at any time during or after any snowfall when the depth of such snowfall shall have reached or exceeded three inches.
b. 
Snow Emergency. At such time as it may be deemed necessary, the Borough Manager or designee may declare a snow emergency, requiring that all vehicles be removed from the streets of the Municipality until the snowfall has ceased and the streets have been cleared of accumulated snow. All such snow emergency declarations shall be provided to local media for public broadcast and publication.
[Ord. 1116, 10/10/1985, Section 602; amended by Ord. 1455, 12/13/1994, Section 1; Ord. 1459, 12/22/1994, Section 1]
It shall be lawful to repark any vehicle, tractor or trailer on the paved or improved portion of any public highway in areas otherwise permitted under the law and the ordinances of the Municipality after the snowfall has ceased and the accumulated snow shall have been cleared from the paved portion by the employees of the Municipality, but not before such time.
[Ord. 1116, 10/10/1985, Section 602; amended by Ord. 1455, 12/13/1994, Section 1; Ord. 1459, 12/22/1994, Section 1]
Official Snow Removal Zone signs shall be required to be posted before the provisions of this Part may be enforced.
[Ord. 1116, 10/10/1985, Section 604; amended by Ord. 1455, 12/13/1994, Section 1; Ord. 1459, 12/22/1994, Section 1]
Police Officers or other designated municipal employees, finding any vehicle parked in violation of any provision of the law or of this Part, may issue a Notice of Parking Violation in accordance with the provisions of § 11-320 of this chapter.
[Ord. 1116, 10/10/1985, Section 604; amended by Ord. 1455, 12/13/1994, Section 1; Ord. 1459, 12/22/1994, Section 1]
Any person who shall violate § 11-601 of this Part shall, upon conviction thereof, be sentenced to pay a fine of $17 and costs of prosecution and, in default of payment of such fine and costs, to undergo imprisonment for not more than five days.
The continuation of any violation of any provision of this Part for a period of more than eight hours shall constitute a new and separate offense for each successive eight-hour period.