Borough of Madison, NJ
Morris County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Madison 12-9-1968 by Ord. No. 29-1968; amended in its entirety 7-9-2001 by Ord. No. 25-2001. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Parking in fire zones — See Ch. 103.
Parking of trailers — See Ch. 177.
Parking restrictions generally — See Ch. 185.
A. 
As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
BOROUGH
The Borough of Madison.
CENTER ISLAND
An area, not part of a driveway, between two rows of parking spaces.
COMMERCIAL PERMIT VEHICLES
Those vehicles owned by an owner or employee of a commercial establishment of the Borough.
COMMUTER NONRESIDENT VEHICLES
Those vehicles owned by a nonresident of the Borough but not an owner or employee of a commercial establishment of the Borough. Parking for nonresident vehicles is limited to Kings Road Lot 2 and Kings Road Lot 3.
[Added 7-12-2004 by Ord. No. 31-2004]
COMMUTER RESIDENTS VEHICLES
Those vehicles owned by a resident of the Borough but not an owner or employee of a commercial establishment of the Borough.
DIVIDING STRIP
Any strip or area between parking spaces or between parking spaces and the boundaries of a parking area, not part of a driveway or center island.
DRIVEWAY
A space within a parking area maintained for the travel, movement and distribution of vehicles to and from parking spaces.
ENTRANCE
The area between the curbline of a street and the property line across which a vehicle may be operated in order to gain access to a parking area.
EXIT
The area between the curbline of a street and the property line across which a vehicle may be operated in order to depart from a parking area into a street.
MERCHANT PERMIT VEHICLES
The same as commercial permit vehicles.
PARKING AREA
Any area described in this chapter whereon parking of vehicles is permitted, which is either owned or leased by the Borough of Madison or otherwise exclusively under its control or owned by the Madison Housing Authority and for which the Borough has been authorized to enforce parking regulations.
PARKING SPACE
Any space within a parking area marked or otherwise designated for parking a motor vehicle.
SPECIAL RESIDENTIAL
Tenants of dwelling places authorized by the Borough to obtain parking permits. Tenants of the following buildings are eligible to obtain one special residential parking permit per dwelling unit unless otherwise noted:
[Amended 9-22-2008 by Ord. No. 62-2008]
(1) 
Dwelling places within the Downtown Historic District.
(2) 
Other dwelling places specifically approved by Borough Council action based on past (grandfathered) necessity. Currently identified grandfathered dwelling places are:
(a) 
Dwelling places on the south side of Kings Road from Green Avenue west to Route 24.
(b) 
42 Cook Avenue.
(c) 
44 Cook Avenue.
(d) 
50 Cook Avenue.
(e) 
30 Central Avenue.
(f) 
Apartment building at Green Avenue and Wilmer Street (southwest corner), maximum of 10 parking spaces for entire apartment building.
TENANT PERMIT VEHICLES
The vehicles of "special residential" tenants as defined in § 134-1A.
WALKWAY
Any portion of a parking area restricted to the exclusive use of pedestrian travel.
B. 
Interpretation. Whenever a time is stated in this chapter, the same shall mean prevailing time.
[Amended 9-22-2008 by Ord. No. 62-2008]
A. 
For the purpose of identification in this chapter:
(1) 
"Cook Avenue Lot" shall mean and include the area owned by the Borough, situated on the southwesterly side of Cook Avenue, known as Lot 25 in Block 1502 on the Official Tax Map.
(2) 
"Green Avenue Lot" shall mean and include the area owned by the Borough, situated on the northwesterly side of Green Avenue in said Borough, known as Lot 6 of Block 2801, southwest of where Green Avenue intersects Kings Road.
(3) 
"Rear of Hartley Dodge Memorial" shall mean and include the paved area in the rear of the Hartley Dodge Memorial (Municipal Building) also between Green Avenue and Maple Avenue.
(4) 
"Maple Avenue Lot" shall mean and include the portion of Lot 1 in Block 2803 owned by the Borough, situated on the easterly side of Maple Avenue opposite the Hartley Dodge Memorial and south of Kings Road.
(5) 
"Kings Road Lot No. 1" shall mean and include the southeasterly portion of Lot 1 in Block 2803 in the Borough, bounded on the north by Kings Road, on the east by Prospect Street, on the west by the Maple Avenue Lot.
(6) 
"Kings Road Lot No. 2" shall mean and include a portion of Lot 1 in Block 3802 in the Borough, bounded on the northwest by Prospect Street, on the northeast by Kings Road, on the southeast by Kings Road Lot No. 3, which property contains the municipal building dedicated to police and fire offices and emergency vehicles.
(7) 
"Kings Road Lot No. 3" shall mean and include a portion of Lot 1 in Block 3802, bounded on the north by Kings Road and on the west by Kings Road Lot No. 2 above described.
(8) 
"Elmer Street Lot" shall mean Lot 14 in Block 1802, bounded on the north by Elmer Street, and on the west by Lots 1 and 2.
(9) 
"Waverly Green Lot" shall mean and include Lot 17 in Block 2701, bounded on the south by the Erie Lackawanna Railroad, on the north by the rear of buildings fronting on Route 124 (Main Street), on the east by the rear of premises fronting on Waverly Place and on the west by the rear of premises fronting on Green Village Road.
(10) 
"Madison Housing Authority Lots" shall mean and include the portions of land improved for parking facilities located and described as follows:
(a) 
Belmont Avenue, Block 380, Lot 61.
(b) 
Community Place, Block 1601, Lot 23.
(c) 
Park Avenue, Block 1203, Lot 24.
(d) 
John Avenue, Block 1207, Lot 15.
(e) 
Rexford S. Tucker Apartments, Belleau Avenue, Block 0402, Lot 1.
(f) 
24 Central Avenue, Block 1601, Lot 9.
(11) 
"Health Department Lot" shall mean and include the marked permit spaces in Block 1601, Lot 9.
(12) 
"Train Station Lot" shall mean and include the crescent parking lot at the Madison Train Station off of Kings Road, known as a portion of Block 2703, Lot 1 on Kings Road between Green Avenue and Prospect Street, which is leased from NJ Transit.
[Added 8-24-2009 by Ord. No. 45-2009]
B. 
Lot and block designations above referred to are those indicated on the Borough of Madison Official Tax Map.
A. 
No operator of a vehicle shall park a vehicle at any time in the area designated as "Rear of Hartley Dodge Memorial," with the exception of designated municipal or emergency vehicles. Specific temporary exceptions may be granted by the governing body on a case-by-case basis.
[Amended 9-22-2008 by Ord. No. 62-2008]
B. 
No operator of a vehicle shall, at any time, within the areas designated as "Cook Avenue Lot," "Green Avenue Lot," "Kings Road Lot No. 1," "Kings Road Lot No. 2," "Elmer Street Lot," "Kings Road Lot No. 3," "Madison Housing Authority Lots," "Health Department Lot" and "Waverly-Green Lots" and "Train Station Lot," stand or park a vehicle:
[Added 8-24-2009 by Ord. No. 45-2009]
(1) 
In any driveway.
(2) 
On a crosswalk or walkway.
(3) 
On a center island or dividing strip.
(4) 
On any grass area or planted space.
(5) 
In any entrance to or exit from any parking area.
(6) 
In any space other than within a single space designated for parking by pavement marking or otherwise.
(7) 
In any manner other than headed into and facing a center island, when occupying an interior parking space, or facing the outside boundary of the area, when occupying an exterior parking space.
(8) 
In any manner so as to block or impede the progress of any other vehicle, or so as to prevent access by another vehicle to a vacant parking space or exit from a parking space occupied by another vehicle.
(9) 
In any space or driveway where parking is prohibited as indicated by a "no-parking" sign or any other marking or sign restricting parking.
A. 
Every operator of a vehicle may enter or leave:
(1) 
The Cook Avenue Lot by any of the five entrance-exit ways connecting with Cook Avenue.
(2) 
The Kings Road Lot No. 1 by either of the two entrance-exit ways connecting with Prospect Street.
(3) 
The Kings Road Lot No. 2 by either of the two entrance-exit ways connecting with Prospect Street by municipal staff only.
[Amended 9-22-2008 by Ord. No. 62-2008]
(4) 
The Kings Road Lot No. 3 by any of the entrance- or exitways, as designated.
(5) 
The Elmer Street Lot by any of the entrance- or exitways, as designated.
(6) 
The Waverly Green Lot by the entranceway connecting to Green Village Road and by the exitway connecting to Waverly Place.
B. 
Access to the Green Avenue Lot shall be by entrance from Green Avenue via the entranceway near the northeasterly side of said lot, and exit from said lot shall be via the exitway to Green Avenue at the southwesterly side of said lot.
C. 
Access to the Health Department Lot shall be entrance from the Cook Avenue driveway, and exit from said lot shall be via the Central Avenue driveway.
D. 
Access to the Train Station Lot shall be from the designated entrance on the easterly side of the parking lot towards Prospect Street and the exit shall be from the designated exit on the westerly side of the parking lots towards Green Avenue.
[Added 8-24-2009 by Ord. No. 45-2009]
Every operator of a vehicle shall, when entering or leaving any parking area subject to this chapter, or any parking space therein, or while operating, standing or parking such vehicle within any such parking area, at all times obey any direction or signal given by a police officer of the Borough.
A. 
Madison Public Library Lot. Parking is allowed at any time, except between the hours of 3:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m.
B. 
Waverly Green Lot. Parking hours and restrictions are as follows:
(1) 
Public parking. Parking is limited to two hours in spaces not specifically designated for Borough vehicles only, except that no public parking is permitted between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. on Monday through Saturday.
(2) 
Borough vehicles. Vehicles owned by the Borough of Madison or by an officer, employee or person in the service of the Borough and displaying appropriate Borough identification hanging on the vehicle's rear view mirror may park in any space without time limitation, notwithstanding any contrary provisions of this Subsection B.
[Amended 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 39-2004[1]]
[1]
Editor's Note: This ordinance stated that it would become effective 1-1-2005.
C. 
Cook Avenue Lot. Parking hours and restrictions are as follows:
(1) 
Commercial permit spaces. The parking spaces designated "commercial permit parking only" may be occupied solely by vehicles owned by a person who owns or is employed by a commercial establishment in the Borough of Madison, provided that a commercial parking permit obtained pursuant to § 134-10 is displayed by hanging it on the vehicle's rear view mirror. There is no time limit for parking in these spaces.
[Amended 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 39-2004[2]]
[2]
Editor's Note: This ordinance stated that it would become effective 1-1-2005.
(2) 
Three-hour spaces. Parking is limited to three hours in the specially designated spaces at the rear of the lot adjacent to Cook Avenue.
(3) 
Two-hour spaces. Parking is limited to two hours in all spaces not otherwise designated for commercial permit parking or three-hour parking.
(4) 
Borough vehicles. Vehicles owned by the Borough of Madison or by an officer, employee or person in the service of the Borough and displaying appropriate Borough identification hanging on the vehicle's rear view mirror may park in any space without time limitation, notwithstanding any contrary provisions of this Subsection C.
[Amended 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 39-2004[3]]
[3]
Editor's Note: This ordinance stated that it would become effective 1-1-2005.
D. 
Elmer Street Lot. Parking hours and restrictions are as follows:
(1) 
Commercial permit spaces. The parking spaces designated "commercial permit parking only" may be occupied solely by vehicles owned by a person who owns or is employed by a commercial establishment in the Borough of Madison, provided that a commercial parking permit obtained pursuant to § 134-10 is displayed by hanging it on the vehicle's rear view mirror. There is no time limit for parking in these spaces.
[Amended 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 39-2004[4]]
[4]
Editor's Note: This ordinance stated that it would become effective 1-1-2005.
(2) 
Three-hour spaces. Parking is limited to three hours in the specially designated spaces at the rear of the lot adjacent to Elmer Street.
(3) 
Two-hour spaces. Parking is limited to two hours in all spaces not otherwise designated for commercial permit parking or three-hour parking.
(4) 
Borough vehicles. Vehicles owned by the Borough of Madison or by an officer, employee or person in the service of the Borough and displaying appropriate Borough identification hanging on the vehicle's rear view mirror may park in any space without time limitation, notwithstanding any contrary provisions of this Subsection D.
[Amended 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 39-2004[5]]
[5]
Editor's Note: This ordinance stated that it would become effective 1-1-2005.
E. 
Maple Avenue Lot. Parking is reserved for parking of vehicles owned by the Borough of Madison or owned by an officer, employee or person in the service of the Borough. Appropriate Borough identification shall be displayed by hanging it on the vehicle's rear view mirror. Specific temporary exceptions for public parking use may be granted by the governing body on a case-by-case basis. Twenty marked spaces are designated for commuter parking by permit only.
[Amended 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 39-2004[6]; 9-22-2008 by Ord. No. 62-2008; 9-24-2012 by Ord. No. 28-2012]
[6]
Editor's Note: This ordinance stated that it would become effective 1-1-2005.
F. 
Green Avenue Lot.
(1) 
Special residential: no time limitation. Vehicles must be owned by a resident of a dwelling place contiguous to the Waverly Green Parking Lot or on the south side of Kings Road between Green Avenue and Madison Avenue or other residents of a dwelling south of Kings Road who currently possess a valid permit for the Green Avenue Lot. The vehicle must display a parking permit by hanging it on the vehicle's rear view mirror. The permit shall be obtained pursuant to § 134-10. Said vehicles shall be parked only in the parking spaces designated "special residential," which spaces shall not exceed 25 in number.
[Amended 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 39-2004[7]; 9-22-2008 by Ord. No. 62-2008]
[7]
Editor's Note: This ordinance stated that it would become effective 1-1-2005.
(2) 
Commercial. All spaces other than those assigned to residential customers shall be allocated for commercial parking, Monday through Saturday, between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.; the lot is reserved for vehicles owned by persons who own or are employed by a commercial establishment in the Borough of Madison. Vehicles must be parked in those areas designated "commercial permit parking only." The vehicle must display a parking permit by hanging it on the vehicle's rear view mirror. The permit shall be obtained pursuant to § 134-10.
[Amended 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 39-2004[8]]
[8]
Editor's Note: This ordinance stated that it would become effective 1-1-2005.
(3) 
At all other times, the lot may be used by the general public, except for those spaces designated "special residential."
G. 
Kings Road Lot No. 1. Parking hours and limitations are designated as follows:
(1) 
Monday through Friday, commuter residents' vehicles, as defined below, may be parked for periods of not more than 12 hours, commencing at 12:01 a.m. on those days.
(2) 
"Commuter residents' vehicles" are those owned by a resident of the Borough but not an owner or employee of a commercial establishment in the Borough. The vehicle must display a parking permit by hanging it on the vehicle's rear view mirror. The parking permit shall be obtained pursuant to § 134-10.
[Amended 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 39-2004[9] ]
[9]
Editor's Note: This ordinance stated that it would become effective 1-1-2005.
(3) 
On Saturday and Sunday the lot may be used by the general public.
(4) 
Commercial. Vehicles must be owned by a person who owns or is employed by a commercial establishment in the Borough of Madison. Vehicles must be parked in those areas designated "commercial permit parking only." The vehicle must display a parking permit by hanging it on the vehicle's rear view mirror. The permit shall be obtained pursuant to § 134-10.
[Amended 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 39-2004[10] ]
[10]
Editor's Note: This ordinance stated that it would become effective 1-1-2005.
H. 
Kings Road Lot No. 2. Parking hours and limitations are designated as follows:
[Amended 7-12-2004 by Ord. No. 31-2004]
(1) 
Monday through Friday, residents' vehicles and nonresidents' vehicles as defined in Subsection H(2) below and commercial vehicles as defined in Subsections C(1), D(1) and G(4) may be parked for periods of not more than 12 hours, commencing at 12:01 a.m. on those days.
(2) 
Residents' vehicles; vehicles owned by a resident of the Borough. All vehicles, including commercial vehicles, must display a parking permit by hanging it on the vehicle's rear view mirror. The parking permit shall be obtained pursuant to § 134-10.
[Amended 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 39-2004[11]]
[11]
Editor's Note: This ordinance stated that it would become effective 1-1-2005.
(3) 
On Saturday and Sunday, the lot may be used by the general public.
(4) 
Borough vehicles. Vehicles owned by the Borough of Madison or by an officer, employee or person in the service of the Borough and displaying appropriate Borough identification hanging on the vehicle's rear view mirror may park in any space without time limitation.
[Added 9-22-2008 by Ord. No. 62-2008]
I. 
Kings Road Lot No. 3. Parking hours and areas are designated as follows:
(1) 
Unnumbered spaces. Monday through Friday, commuter residents' vehicles and merchant permit vehicles may be parked for periods of not more than 12 hours, commencing at 12:01 a.m. on those days, provided that said vehicles must display a parking permit by hanging it on the vehicle's rear view mirror. The parking permit shall be obtained pursuant to § 134-10.
[Amended 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 39-2004[12]]
[12]
Editor's Note: This ordinance stated that it would become effective 1-1-2005.
(2) 
Numbered spaces. Monday through Friday, any vehicle may be parked in a numbered space. The owner of the vehicle must deposit the required fee, as specified by Borough Council resolution and posted at the numbered space payment boxes, for each twelve-hour period.
(3) 
Unnumbered spaces used for special residential parking: no time limitations for tenant parking permits as defined in § 134-1A. The vehicle must display a parking permit by hanging it on the vehicle's rear view mirror. The permit shall be obtained pursuant to § 134-10.
[Amended 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 39-2004[13]]
[13]
Editor's Note: This ordinance stated that it would become effective 1-1-2005.
(4) 
On Saturday and Sunday, the lot may be used by the general public.
(5) 
Public vehicles parked in designated spaces for access to the Borough of Madison fire or police offices.
[Added 9-22-2008 by Ord. No. 62-2008]
J. 
All lots: handicapped parking. No vehicle shall be parked in space marked "handicapped parking only," unless such vehicle is a passenger vehicle owned or operated by a handicapped person, such vehicle is equipped with special attachments and devices that the Director of the Division of Motor Vehicles deems necessary to provide for the safe operation thereof by such person and such person is the holder of a current New Jersey driver's license. Vehicles not equipped with special attachments and devices may be parked in spaces designated "handicapped parking only," provided that the owner or operator has exhibited on the vehicle a decal issued by the Borough Police Department permitting such parking. Decals may be issued for those vehicles owned by persons suffering from physical disabilities making it difficult to enter or leave the vehicle or to walk any substantial distance.
K. 
Madison Housing Authority Lots. Parking is restricted to vehicles displaying a valid parking permit hanging on the vehicle's rear view mirror, which permit shall have been issued pursuant to § 134-10E, except that this restriction shall not apply to any parking spaces which may be designated and marked for visitors' parking by the Madison Housing Authority.
[Amended 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 39-2004[14] ]
[14]
Editor's Note: This ordinance stated that it would become effective 1-1-2005.
L. 
Allocation of spaces in all lots shall be set annually by resolution of the Borough Council upon recommendation of the Chief of Police.
M. 
Train Station Lot.
[Added 8-24-2009 by Ord. No. 45-2009]
(1) 
Train Station Lot numbered spaces. Monday through Saturday, any vehicle may be parked in a numbered space. The owner of the vehicle must deposit the required fee, as specified by § 134-10B(8) or as may be modified by Borough Council resolution and posted at the numbered space payment boxes, for each twelve-hour period.
(2) 
On Sunday, the lot may be used by the general public.
The fact that the timing device on any parking meter is not in operation shall be presumptive evidence that the owner or driver of the vehicle then found parked in the parking space regulated by such parking meter failed to deposit or caused to be deposited the required coin or coins in said meter, and the mechanical indication of such a parking meter of a "violation" shall be presumptive evidence of unlawful parking.
A. 
It shall be unlawful and an offense for any person to permit a vehicle registered in his name to remain in any parking space while the appropriate parking slot box is displaying a signal showing that the time for which the privilege granted to park in said space has expired.
B. 
It shall be unlawful and an offense for any person to permit a vehicle registered in his name to remain parked in violation of the two-hour or three-hour time limits set forth in § 134-6B, C and D. Each additional and consecutive two- or three-hour period in which a vehicle remains parked in violation of the applicable time limit shall constitute a separate and independent offense.
[1]
Editor's Note: Former § 134-9, Parking of recreational vehicles, was repealed 11-27-2017 by Ord. No. 45-2017.
A. 
Applications for parking permits shall be made to the Chief of Police on forms supplied by the Police Department. Permits will be issued to permit holders, thereby enabling permit holders to transfer said permits from vehicle to vehicle.
B. 
Fees.
(1) 
When making application for a permit, the vehicle owner requesting the same shall show proof that the applicant qualifies for a permit as defined in § 134-1.
(2) 
When making application for a permit, the vehicle owner requesting the same shall pay to the Borough the following fee for each permit as follows:
(a) 
Resident commuter (commuter residents' vehicles): $150 per year.
(b) 
Merchant (merchant permit vehicles): $150 per year.
(c) 
Authorized tenant (tenant permit vehicles): $150 year.
(d) 
Nonresident commuter (commuter nonresidents' vehicles): $750 per year.
[Added 7-12-2004 by Ord. No. 31-2004]
(3) 
The resident commuters' current permits, in consideration of the fee already paid, shall be extended at the per-year rate of $150 to expire December 31, 2002, without further payment by resident commuters. Any permit purchased on March 1, 2002, or thereafter which expires on December 31, 2002, shall cost $125. Thereafter, any resident commuter permit purchased on or after July 1 in each year shall cost 50% of the annual permit fee.
(4) 
Merchant and authorized tenant current permits, in consideration of the fee already paid, shall expire October 31, 2001, and permits for the fourteen-month period from November 1, 2001, to December 31, 2002, shall be $175.
(5) 
There will be a per-year increase of $25 for the year 2003 and a per-year increase of $25 for the year 2004 for all permits. Thereafter, permits will be issued annually for the period of January 1 to December 31, and the permit fees shall be set each year by resolution adopted no later than June 30, for the succeeding calendar year by the Borough Council upon the recommendation of the Borough Chief of Police.
(6) 
The replacement fee for a lost or mutilated permit shall be 50% of the permit fee.
(7) 
The fee for parking in numbered spaces in Kings Road Lot No. 3 shall be $5 for each twelve-hour period. This fee shall be posted at the numbered space payment boxes in Kings Road Lot No. 3.
(8) 
Train Station Parking Lot. Commencing September 1, 2009, the fee for parking in numbered spaces in the Train Station Lot shall be $5 for each twelve-hour period. This fee shall be posted at the numbered space payment boxes in the Train Station Lot.
[Added 8-24-2009 by Ord. No. 45-2009]
C. 
Parking permission is subject to the following conditions:
(1) 
Permits shall be and remain in effect until the end of the year during which the same are issued, unless surrendered or revoked prior thereto.
(2) 
No amount paid on account of any permit fee shall be refunded.
(3) 
The issuance of a permit shall not obligate the Borough to furnish parking facilities to the holder of said permit.
D. 
Permission to park may be revoked for any of the following reasons:
(1) 
Falsely representing the ownership of a vehicle or the residence of the owner.
(2) 
(Reserved)
(3) 
The commission by the holder of a parking permit of any unlawful act prohibited by the laws of the State of New Jersey or any act in violation of the provisions of this chapter or contrary to any regulations of the Borough pertaining to the use and occupation of any parking area while entering, parking in or leaving such parking area.
(4) 
Withdrawal of use of facilities or discontinuance of operation thereof by the Borough in the area for which the permit was issued.
E. 
Parking permits for Madison Housing Authority Lots.
(1) 
Parking permits for the Madison Housing Authority Lots shall be governed exclusively by the provisions of this Subsection E, notwithstanding the other provisions of this § 134-10.
(2) 
Application for parking permits for the Madison Housing Authority Lots shall be obtained from and processed by the Madison Housing Authority.
(3) 
Permits shall be issued only to tenants of the Madison Housing Authority.
A. 
Penalties for specific violations shall be as follows:
[Amended 10-11-2003 by Ord. No. 47-2003; 1-26-2004 by Ord. No. 1-2004; 6-28-2004 by Ord. No. 26-2004; 8-23-2004 by Ord. No. 42-2004]
Section Violated
Fine
§ 134-3
$32
§ 134-6 (all subsections except § 134-6J)
$22
§ 134-6J
$250 (for the first offense)
§ 134-8
$22
§ 134-9
$32
$22
B. 
Unless another penalty is expressly provided by statute or is specifically provided in this or some other section of this chapter, every person convicted of a violation of a provision of this chapter or any supplement thereto shall be liable to a penalty of not more than $50 or imprisonment for a term not exceeding 15 days, or both; every person convicted of committing subsequent violation of § 134-6J shall be liable to a penalty of at least $250 and up to 90 days' community service on such terms and in such form as the court shall deem appropriate, or any combination thereof.
[Amended 11-10-2003 by Ord. No. 47-2003]
C. 
In addition to the imposition of the above or any other penalty which may be imposed by law for the violation of the provisions of this chapter, the Borough may provide for the removal of any vehicle which is allowed to stand or be parked in any parking area subject to this chapter, where such standing or parking is contrary to any of the provisions of this chapter, to the Madison Municipal Garage, and the owner shall pay the reasonable costs of the removal and storage which may result from such removal before regaining possession of the vehicle.