City of Erie, PA
Erie County
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CROSS REFERENCES
Parking exemption — See 75 Pa.C.S.A. § 3354(d).
Handicapped place — See 75 Pa.C.S.A. § 1338.
Parking meters — See TRAF. Art 523.
[Ord. 42-1979 § 1, passed 5-2-1979]
Any person who is physically disabled by the loss, or loss or use, of one or both legs, or an arm or both arms, is blind, or is in loco parentis of such a person, or is receiving 100% disability payments under social security, and who is entitled under Federal or State laws to use or is using a specially constructed motor vehicle, shall have the right to park such vehicle for a period not to exceed 24 hours at any one time on streets, and in other public areas of the City, including metered areas where parking is prohibited or limited to less than one hour by ordinance or by rules and regulations for traffic control, free from payment by such person of parking fees or charges.
[Ord. 42-1979 § 1, passed 5-2-1979]
Any disabled person, in order to be entitled to the parking privilege mentioned in Section 525.01, shall have a special handicapped license plate issued by the Commonwealth or possess a card and sticker issued by the Chief of Police of the City to such person, the card certifying that the named person meets the requirements of such section. Such card shall be kept in his personal possession and shall be exhibited upon the request of any police officer. The vehicle, when parked, shall carry the sticker conspicuously displayed at all times on the sun visor, such sticker to indicate the right to park under the provisions of Section 525.01. The Chief of Police may limit the privilege granted to certain streets or other public areas of the City and may impose such other restrictions as he deems necessary.
[Ord. 57-1965 § 1, passed 11-10-1965]
Any parking privilege granted to a disabled person pursuant to the provisions of Section 525.01 is hereby declared to be for his sole benefit and shall not operate as such parking privilege for the vehicle if and when it is being used by, or is in the custody of, any other person.
[Ord. 57-1965 § 1, passed 11-10-1965]
The loan or transfer of the card and/or sticker by the holder to any other person, or the unauthorized possession or use of such card and/or sticker, is hereby declared a violation of this article.