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[HISTORY: Pursuant to the authority delegated by Chapter 178 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Orders.]
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 and other provisions of Chapter 178 entitled "Vehicles and Traffic" of the City of Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates and enacts the following order:
A.
Batavia Townhouses Project.
Pursuant to § 178-3 and § 178-20, the following traffic regulations shall be applicable in the Batavia Townhouses Project:
Stop Sign:
1.
On Patricia Drive - for traffic proceeding east at intersection with Dewey Avenue.
2.
On Michael Court - for traffic proceeding south at intersection with Patricia Drive.
3.
On Patricia Drive - for traffic proceeding west at intersection with River Street.
No Parking: 2 a.m. - 6 a.m. on Streets, i.e.:
Patricia Drive
Dewey Court
Michael Court
Speed Limit: 25 MPH, i.e.:
Patricia Court
Michael Court
Dewey Avenue
This order shall become effective immediately and upon posting of appropriate signs as provided in Section 1682 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
Dated: January 29, 1981
David G. Mullen
Chief of Police of the City of Batavia
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 and other provisions of Chapter 178 entitled "Vehicles and Traffic" of the City of Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates and enacts the following order:
A.
Brand Names Plaza - East Main Street.
Pursuant to § 178-3 and § 178-20, the following traffic regulations shall be applicable in the Brand Names Plaza.
No Standing:
Fire lanes 2-way traffic from a point at the northeast corner of the Brand Names Store westerly along and in front of said store to a point at the northwest corner of Genesee Farms Dairy.
No Parking:
1.
In driving lanes - set out by striped parking spaces.
2.
In Loading Zones to rear of said stores.
3.
From 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. - all areas.
Stop Sign:
1.
On west side of Genesee Farms Dairy, for traffic proceeding north at northwest corner of said dairy.
2.
At North exit of said plaza for traffic proceeding onto East Main Street.
3.
At East exit of said plaza for traffic proceeding onto Masse Place.
Handicapped Parking - Spaces as provided.
This order shall become effective immediately and upon posting of appropriate signs as provided in Section 1682 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
Dated: January 29, 1981
David G. Mullen
Chief of Police of the City of Batavia
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 and other provisions of Chapter 178 entitled "Vehicles and Traffic" of the City of Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates and enacts the following order:
A.
East Town Plaza - Traffic Regulations - East Main Street.
Pursuant to § 178-3 and § 178-20, the following traffic regulations shall be applicable in the East Town Plaza.
No Standing:
Fire lanes two-way traffic - from a point at the southwest corner of the M & T Bank easterly along in front of stores to a point in front of Household Finance - southerly therefrom along and in front of K-Mart Store to a point at the southwest corner of said K-Mart - easterly therefrom to a point at the southeast corner of said K-Mart Store.
No Parking:
1.
In driving lanes - set out by striped parking spaces.
2.
In loading zones to rear of store (north side).
3.
From 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. - all areas.
Handicapped Parking - Spaces as provided.
This order shall become effective immediately and upon posting of appropriate signs as provided in Section 1682 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
Dated: January 29, 1981
David G. Mullen
Chief of Police of the City of Batavia
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 and other provisions of Chapter 178 entitled "Vehicles and Traffic" of the City of Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates and enacts the following order:
A.
Holiday Inn.
Pursuant to § 178-3 and § 178-20, the following traffic regulations shall be applicable at the Holiday Inn.
No Parking:
Fire Lanes - 2-way traffic from a point at the southwest corner of said Holiday Inn to a point at the north side of Main entrance to said Inn.
From a point at the south end of traffic island to north side of said traffic island - west side of main entrance to said Inn.
From a point at southwest corner entrance/exit to main entrance off of Noonan Drive, west side - to a distance north arid west to end of curb line of said entrance/exit drive.
In front of all fire doors - all locations - south side north side - east side - west side.
In all driving lanes set out by striped parking spaces.
This order shall become effective immediately and upon posting of appropriate signs as provided in Section 1682 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
Dated: January 29, 1981
David C. Mullen
Chief of Police of the City of Batavia
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 and other provisions of Chapter 178 entitled "Vehicles and Traffic" of the City of Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates and enacts the following order:
A.
Kings Plaza - West Main Street.
Pursuant to § 178-3 and § 178-20, the following traffic regulations shall be applicable in the Kings Plaza:
No standing:
Fire lanes two-way traffic from a point at the northwest corner of Bells Market southerly and westerly along and in front of stores and mini-mall to a point at the northwest corner of Kings Department Store.
No Parking:
1.
In driving lanes - set out by striped parking spaces.
2.
In loading zones to rear of stores.
3.
From 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. - all areas.
Stop Sign:
At northwesterly exit of Kings Plaza for traffic proceeding onto West Main Street Road.
Handicapped Parking - Spaces as provided and marked.
This order shall become effective immediately and upon posting of appropriate signs as provided in Section 1682 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
Dated: January 29, 1981
David G. Mullen
Chief of Police of the City of Batavia
See also § 178-7 for Stop Signs on Creek Rd. and Lehigh Ave. established by Chief of Police.
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 and other provisions of Chapter 178 entitled "Vehicles and Traffic" of the City of Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates and enacts the following order:
A.
School Speed Zones
Pursuant to Section 1643 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law and in accordance with Section 208.9 in the Uniform Traffic Control Devices Manual, the following school speed zones shall be applicable.
The 15 MPH school speed limit applies only during school noon hour, school recesses and while children are going to and leaving school, during opening and closing hours. Said school speed zone is that portion of a highway passing a school building and extending not more than 300 feet along such highway in either direction from its building line of the school abutting on the highway.
Robert Morris School
15 MPH speed limit -
Notre Dame School
Richmond Avenue, Union Street
St. Mary's School
Woodrow Road
John Kennedy School
15 MPH speed limit - Vine Street
Batavia Junior High School
15 MPH speed limit - Ross Street, Washington Avenue
This order shall become effective immediately and upon posting of appropriate signs as provided in Section 1643 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
Dated: June 2, 1981
David G. Mullen
Chief of Police of the City of Batavia
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 and other provisions of Chapter 178 entitled "Vehicles and Traffic" of the City of Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates and enacts the following order(s):
A.
Parking in City Parking Lots.
Pursuant to §§ 178-3 and 178-17, the following traffic regulations shall be applicable in City Parking Lots.
Handicapped Parking - Spaces as provided. It shall be a violation for any person to stop, stand or park a vehicle in any area designated as a place for handicapped parking unless the vehicle bears a permit issued under Section 1203-a (Vehicle and Traffic Law), or a registration issued under Section 404-a (Vehicle and Traffic Law) and such vehicle is being used for the transportation of a severely disabled or handicapped person.
This order shall become effective immediately and upon posting of appropriate signs as provide din Section 1203 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
Dated: January 6, 1982
David G. Mullen
Chief of Police of the City of Batavia
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 and other provisions of Chapter 178 entitled "Vehicles and Traffic" of the City of Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates and enacts the following order:
A.
Ellicott Square Parking Lot (Liberty Street - east of Central Avenue)
Pursuant to §§ 178-3 and 178-17, the following traffic regulations shall be applicable in the above mentioned City parking lot.
No Parking
1.
In driving lanes set out by striped parking spaces.
2.
In loading zones to the rear of stores.
3.
From 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. - all areas.
4.
Handicapped Parking - spaces as provided.
This order shall become effective immediately and upon posting of appropriate signs as provided in Section 1682 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
Dated: November 1, 1982
David G. Mullen
Chief of Police of the City of Batavia
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 and other provisions of Chapter 178 entitled "Vehicles and Traffic" of the City of Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates and enacts the following order:
A.
Ellicott Street in front of 300 and 302 Ellicott Street, Batavia, New York.
Pursuant to §§ 178-3 and 178-17, the following traffic regulations shall be applicable on the above mentioned City street.
10 minute parking sign to be installed in front of the area of 300-302 Ellicott Street. This sign will replace the meters presently being used at that location.
No parking - will still apply between the hours of 2 A.M. to 6 A.M.
This order shall become effective immediately and upon posting of appropriate signs as provided in Section 1682 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
Dated: February 15, 1983
David G. Mullen
Chief of Police of the City of Batavia
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 and other provisions of Chapter 178 entitled "Vehicles and Traffic" of the City of Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates and enacts the following order:
A.
City Parking Lots (Listed Below)
1.
Genesee Country Mall Parking Lot
2.
Court Plaza Parking Lot
3.
City Hall Parking Lot
4.
School Street Parking Lot (between Center & Jackson)
5.
Alva Place Parking Lot (Between Bank and State)
6.
Main Street/Center Street/ and School Street Lot
7.
Ellicott Street Lot - between Liberty Street and Swan Street
8.
Ellicott Street Lot - south to Central Avenue
Pursuant to §§ 178-4 and 178-20, the following traffic regulations shall be applicable in all City owned parking lots.
No Parking:
a.
In driving lanes
b.
On or outside striped parking spaces
c.
In loading zones
d.
From 2 a.m. to 6 a.m., unless otherwise posted
Handicapped Parking: spaces as provided and marked. Handicapped parking covered in Section 1203(a), (b) and (c) of the New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law.
All the applicable provisions of this Traffic Order of the Batavia Municipal Code, as well as the Vehicle and Traffic Law, shall apply in the enforcement and regulation of traffic in a parking area of all City owned parking lots, as though such parking area were a public street or highway within the provisions of such local laws, ordinances and state laws, in such cases made and provided. (Refer to Section 1640 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law).
This order shall become effective immediately and upon posting of appropriate signs as provided in Section 1682 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
Dated: October 28, 1986
David G. Mullen
Chief of Police of the City of Batavia
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 and other provisions of Chapter 178 entitled "Vehicles and Traffic" of the City of Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates and enacts the following order:
A.
City Parking Lots - Stop Signs.
Pursuant to § 178-3 and § 178-20, the following traffic regulations shall be applicable in the following parking lots:
1.
City Hall Parking Lot: located at the exit near Jefferson Avenue.
2.
Genesee Country Mall Parking Lot: exit area near Jefferson Avenue; Alva Place near State Street; Alva Place near Bank Street; and west side of mall, approximately 225 feet north of Main Street.
3.
Alva Place Parking Lot: at the exit near Bank Street; and Southwest corner of lot near Alva Place.
4.
Court Plaza Parking Lot: in parking lot at the northeast corner of building; in parking lot at the northwest corner of building; near the Ellicott Street exit east side; Ellicott Street exit west side; Jackson Street southeasterly most exit; and Jackson Street northeasterly most exit.
5.
School Street Parking Lot: at exit near Jackson Street.
All of the applicable provisions of this Traffic Order of the Batavia Municipal Code, as well as the Vehicle and Traffic Law, shall apply in the enforcement and regulation of traffic in a parking area of all City owned parking lots, as though such parking areas were a public street or highway within the provisions of such local laws, ordinances and state laws, in such cases made and provided. (Refer to Section 1640 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law.)
This order shall become effective immediately and upon posting of appropriate signs as provided in Section 1682 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
Dated: February 17, 1988
David G. Mullen
Chief of Police of the City of Batavia
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 and other provisions of Chapter 178 entitled "Vehicles and Traffic" of the City of Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates and enacts the following order:
Stop Sign: Wallace Street at Lions Park
At the southern most end of Wallace Street for traffic exiting the park traveling north on Wallace.
This order shall become effective immediately and upon posting of appropriate signs as provided in Section 1682 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
Dated: November 15, 1988
David G. Mullen
Chief of Police of the City of Batavia
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 and other provisions of Chapter 178 entitled "Vehicles and Traffic" of the City of Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates and enacts the following order:
A.
Handicapped Parking.
1.
A handicapped parking space shall be located on Court Street at Ellicott Street.
2.
(Reserved)[1]
3.
One of three existing handicap parking spaces near the Feary-Hyatt office shall be moved to a spot near Urology Associates at 178 Washington Street in the Alva Street parking lot.
B.
Short-Term Parking.
1.
The parking meter directly east of the alley entrance to Mancuso Restaurant shall be replaced with a fifteen-minute parking sign.
This order shall become effective immediately and upon posting of the appropriate signs as provided in § 1682 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
Dated: June 15, 1993
[1]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection A-2, regardin handicap parking signs at Jubilee, was repealed 4-8-2008 by Traffic Order No. 1 of 2008.
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 and other provisions of Chapter 178 entitled "Vehicles and Traffic" of the City of Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates and enacts the following order:
A.
Pursuant to Section 60.53, the hours of operation of parking meters in parking meter zones are changed as follows:
Hours of parking meter operation previously established pursuant to Article V, Section 60.53 (Hours of Meter Operation), of all parking meter zones established pursuant to Article V, Section 60.51A (Highways), and Article V, Section 60.51B (Public Parking Lots), of the City of Batavia Municipal Code are eliminated. Such parking meters will not be in operation at any time.
B.
Pursuant to Section 60.52, parking time limits in parking meter zones are changed as follows:
Parking time limits in parking meter zones previously established pursuant to Article V, Section 60.52 (Parking Time Limits) of all parking meter zones established pursuant to Article V, Section 60.51A (Highways) and Article V, Section 60.51B (Public Parking Lots) of the City of Batavia Municipal Code are changed to two (2) hours.
This order will become effective March 20, 1996.
Dated: March 11, 1996
[1]
Editor's Note: Former Art. V, Parking Meters, referenced in this Traffic Order, was repealed 6-25-2001 by L.L. No. 1-2001.
Pursuant to the authority delegated by Chapter 178 of the Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
THIS TRAFFIC ORDER NUMBER 3 OF 1996 RESCINDS THE PREVIOUSLY ISSUED TRAFFIC ORDER NUMBER 2 OF 1996.
CITY HALL PARKING LOT
1.
PARKING LOT DEFINED: City Hall Parking Lot is defined as the paved parking area on the north and west sides of Batavia City Hall located at 10 West Main Street, Batavia, New York, exclusive of those areas immediately adjacent to the Genesee County Sheriffs Office and Genesee County Jail which are the property of or otherwise under the control of the County of Genesee, but including the areas immediately adjacent to the Main Street entrance to the City Hall Parking Lot.
2.
TWO HOUR PARKING: Except where otherwise provided, and upon the placement of appropriate signs, parking in the City Hall Parking Lot shall be restricted to a two-hour time limit. Except where otherwise provided, no person shall park, stand or otherwise leave any motor vehicle in the City Hall Parking Lot for a period of time longer than two continuous hours.
3.
OFFICIAL VEHICLES ONLY: When designated by appropriate signs, marked parking spaces on the south side of the parking lot extending east from the northwest corner of City Hall and on the west side of City Hall extending north and south of the northwest corner of City Hall shall be reserved for the exclusive use of official vehicles owned by the City of Batavia. No person shall park any vehicle in these spaces unless such vehicle is an official vehicle owned by the City of Batavia.
4.
FIFTEEN-MINUTE PARKING: When designated by appropriate signs, parking in marked parking spaces located on the west side of City Hall and on the south side of the parking lot on the north side of City Hall shall be limited to fifteen-minute parking. No person shall park, stand or otherwise leave any motor vehicle in these spaces for a period of time longer than fifteen minutes.
5.
HANDICAPPED PARKING SPACES: When designated by appropriate signs, marked parking spaces on the west side of City Hall shall be reserved for the exclusive use of persons possessing a valid handicapped parking permit issued in accordance with the New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law. No person shall park, stand or otherwise leave any motor vehicle in these spaces in violation of any provision of the New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law pertaining to the use of parking spaces reserved for handicapped persons.
6.
NO PARKING: No person shall park, stand or otherwise leave any vehicle in the City Hall Parking Lot except in a marked parking space as permitted by this Traffic Order. Double parking and parking in areas used for driving by through traffic, including the area adjacent to the Main Street entrance to the Parking Lot, are not permitted.
7.
PARKING PERMITS: Authorized parking permits shall be issued by the Chief of Police to persons for display on their personal vehicles while they are parked in the City Hall Parking Lot. Such permits shall authorize these persons to park their vehicles in the marked parking spaces described in Paragraph 2 above for periods of time longer than two hours. A parking permit shall not be valid if and while it is used by any person to whom it was not officially issued. No person may allow another person to use a parking permit which was officially issued to them.
This Traffic Order shall become effective upon the posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: November 5, 1996
Pursuant to the authority delegated by Chapter 178 of the Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
"NO PARKING" IN FRONT OF 58 KINGSBURY AVENUE
1.
In order to facilitate traffic flow in the vicinity of the intersection of Kingsbury Avenue and Dennis Drive, the following "No Parking" zone is created:
2.
No parking shall be permitted on the east side of Kingsbury Avenue from the north edge of the residence driveway located at 58 Kingsbury Avenue to the northeast corner of the intersection of Kingsbury Avenue and Dennis Drive.
3.
No person shall park or stand any motor vehicle in the prohibited area as described.
This Traffic Order shall become effective upon the posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: November 5, 1996
Pursuant to the authority delegated by Chapter 178 of the Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
TWO-HOUR PARKING LIMIT ON VERNON AVENUE
1.
In order to facilitate traffic flow in the vicinity of the intersection of Vernon Avenue and Richmond Avenue, the following "2 Hour Parking Limit" zone is created:
2.
A two-hour parking limit zone is created on both sides of Vernon Avenue from the existing "no stopping or standing zone," which extends south from Richmond Avenue for a distance of approximately one hundred feet, south for a distance of approximately one hundred (100) feet.
3.
No person shall park or stand any motor vehicle in the regulated area for longer than two (2) hours.
This Traffic Order shall become effective upon the posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: March 14, 1997
Pursuant to the authority delegated by Chapter 178 of the Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
THIRTY-MINUTE PARKING LIMIT IN SELECTED PARKING SPACES IN THE GENESEE COUNTRY MALL PARKING LOT
1.
In order to provide for the short-term parking needs of customers of the Genesee Country Mall, the following "30 Minute Parking" limit is established:
2.
A thirty-minute parking limit is established for those parking spaces in the Genesee Country Mall parking lot located on the west side of the Genesee Country Mall, and located adjacent to and east of the Main Street entrance to said parking lot.
3.
No person shall park or stand any motor vehicle in the regulated parking spaces for longer than thirty (30) continuous minutes.
4.
This thirty-minute parking limit shall not apply to any handicapped parking spaces existing now or in the future.
This Traffic Order shall become effective upon the posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: February 5, 1999
Pursuant to the authority delegated by Chapter 178 of the Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
A.
Vehicle Weight Restrictions In Valu-Home Plaza, West Main Street, Batavia, New York
1.
All trucks, commercial vehicles, tractors, tractor-trailer combinations and other vehicles with a gross registered weight in excess of five (5) tons, except for government vehicles, are hereby excluded from Valu-Home Plaza, West Main Street, Batavia, New York.
2.
The regulation established by this Traffic Order shall not be construed to prevent the delivery or pickup of merchandise or other property within the plaza or any businesses therein, nor to exclude vehicles necessary for conducting or operating any of the businesses therein, nor to exclude vehicles necessary for the effect of maintenance or repairs of the plaza or any of the businesses therein.
3.
No person shall operate, park or stand any motor vehicle in the plaza in violation of the aforementioned weight restrictions.
This Traffic Order shall become effective upon the posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: March 23, 1999
Pursuant to the authority delegated by Chapter 178 of the Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
FIFTEEN-MINUTE PARKING LIMIT IN SELECTED PARKING SPACES IN FRONT OF 341 WEST MAIN STREET
1.
A fifteen-minute parking limit is established for two parking spaces in front of 341 West Main Street, Batavia, New York.
2.
No person shall park or stand any motor vehicle in the regulated parking spaces for longer than fifteen (15) continuous minutes.
This Traffic Order shall become effective upon the posting of appropriate signs.
Date: July 2, 1999
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
ONE-HOUR PARKING IN PORTIONS OF THE GENESEE COUNTY MALL PARKING LOT
1.
A ONE-HOUR parking limit is established for fourteen parking spaces in the parking lot on the west side of the Genesee County Mall.
2.
The aforementioned parking spaces are located on the south edge of the parking lot, directly west of the Main Street entrance of the parking lot, and abutting the sidewalk. The aforementioned parking spaces are generally in front of the premises known as Wendy's Restaurant.
3.
No person shall park or stand any motor vehicle in the regulated parking spaces for longer than one continuous hour.
This Traffic Order shall become effective upon the posting of appropriate signs.
Date: November 9, 2001
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS IN THE CENTER STREET PARKING LOT
1.
A TWO-HOUR Parking limit is established for the following areas:
a.
The first row of parking spaces directly south of the building addresses known as 200-206 East Main Street, with the exception of one parking space to the rear of 200-204 East Main Street.
b.
The first row of parking spaces directly east of the building address known as 206 East Main Street.
c.
The first row of parking spaces directly north of the business address known as 15 Center Street.
d.
The first twelve spaces directly west of the building address known as 210 East Main St.
2.
A FIFTEEN-MINUTE Parking limit is established for one parking space in the first row of parking spaces directly south of the building addresses known as 200-204 East Main Street.
3.
ALL-DAY parking is established for all other parking spaces in said Center Street parking lot.
4.
No person shall park or stand any motor vehicle in the regulated parking spaces for longer than the above stated periods.
This Traffic Order shall become effective upon the posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: September 12, 2003
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 and other provisions of Chapter 178 entitled "Vehicles and Traffic" of the City of Batavia Municipal Code, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates and enacts the following order:
A.
Ellicott Street. The following traffic regulations shall be applicable on Ellicott Street between Liberty Street, and Goade Park.
Restricted Parking on the south side.
A 15-minute parking limit in front of 300 Ellicott Street from the corner of Liberty Sreet for one parking space, (25) feet.
A 2-hour parking limit for two parking spaces (50) feet adjacent to the 15-minute zone in front of 302 Ellicott Street.
No person shall park, or stand any motor vehicle in the regulated parking spaces for longer than the prescribed time.
This order shall become effective immediately and upon the posting of appropriate signs as provided in § 1682 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
Dated: February 11, 2004
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
Parking, standing and stopping restrictions
The following parking regulations shall be applicable on Center Street.
1.
On the east side:
No parking between Main Street and Ellicott Street.
2.
On the West Side:
Two-hour parking between Main Street and Ellicott Street.
This Traffic Order shall become effective immediately upon the posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: March 5, 2004
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
Parking, standing and stopping restrictions
The following parking regulations shall be applicable on Jefferson Avenue.
1.
On the west side:
No person shall park, stand, or stop any motor vehicle beyond a distance of 472 feet south of the center line of Washington Avenue continuing to the end of Jefferson Avenue at Main Street.
This traffic order shall become effective upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: June 11, 2004
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
Parking, standing and stopping restrictions
The following parking regulations shall be applicable in the newly established parking lot within the area previously known as Jefferson Avenue.
No person shall park, stop or stand any motor vehicle:
1.
On the west side
2.
On the south side
3.
On the east side from the point where the south side and the east side intersect for a distance of 28 feet.
This parking order shall become effective upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: June 11, 2004
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
ONE-HOUR PARKING SPACES IN PORTIONS OF THE GENESEE COUNTRY MALL EAST SIDE PARKING LOT.
1.
A one-hour parking limit is established for the following designated parking spaces located in the southeast section of the mall parking lot.
A.
The first parking row, located adjacent to Bank Street, the first five (5) spaces from the rear of the Bank of America (100 Main Street) north.
B.
The second and third parking rows the first four (4) spaces from the south end northward.
C.
Additional spaces as marked by signs beginning directly behind the Bank of America traversing west to the Bank of Castile.
2.
No person shall park or stand a motor vehicle in any of the regulated parking spaces for longer than sixty (60) continuous minutes.
This traffic order shall become effective upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: June 17, 2004
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the City of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
ALL-DAY PARKING SPACES IN THE CENTER STREET PARKING LOT.
1.
The following 14 spaces are hereby designated as all-day parking spaces.
A.
The first 14 spaces located on the north side of 15 Center Street (currently City Church property) commencing at Center Street running east to the rear corner of 15 Center Street.
This traffic order shall become effective upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: June 30, 2004
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING STANDING AND STOPPING RESTRICTIONS.
1.
The following parking regulations shall be applicable on Ross Street.
A.
Parking on the west side.
1.
No person shall park, stop or stand any motor vehicle from the north curbline of East Main Street to a point 65 feet north of said curbline.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: March 23, 2005
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS at ONE BATAVIA CITY CENTRE PARKING LOT
1.
The following parking regulations shall apply:
A.
The first four spaces east commencing from Jefferson Avenue shall be thirty-minute parking limit.
B.
Continuing east and south, spaces 5, 6 and 8 shall be handicapped parking with no time limit.
C.
The parking space designated as 7 shall be a fifteen-minute parking limit.
No person shall park, stop or stand any motor vehicle in the regulated spaces for longer than the prescribed time.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: March 23, 2005
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING STANDING AND STOPPING RESTRICTIONS.
1.
The following parking regulations shall be applicable on BOCES Drive.
A.
No person shall park, stop or stand any motor vehicle on BOCES Drive from Noonan Drive to the Batavia City limits.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: April 15, 2005
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order;
PARKING RESTRICTION ON BUELL STREET
1.
Parking on the west side:
a.)
No person shall park, stop or stand any motor vehicle between the south curbline of Edward Street and the south curbline of Webster Street.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: March 28, 2006
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING RESTRICTION IN THE GENESEE COUNTY MALL PARKING LOT
1.
A fifteen-minute parking limit is established for all parking spaces delineated with red pavement markings.
2.
A one-hour parking limit is established for all parking spaces delineated with green pavement markings.
3.
A two-hour parking limit is established for all parking space delineated with white pavement markings.
4.
An all-day parking limit is established for all parking spaces delineated with yellow pavement markings.
5.
A handicapped designation is established for all parking spaces designated with handicapped pavement markings and signs.
No person shall stop, stand or park any motor vehicle in the regulated parking spaces for longer than the designated times.
No person shall stop, stand or park in any designated handicapped spaces without a proper handicapped designation.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the placement of appropriated designated pavement markings and the posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: June 2, 2006
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING RESTRICTION IN THE COURT STREET PARKING LOT
1.
A fifteen-minute parking limit is established for all parking spaces delineated with red pavement markings.
2.
A two-hour parking limit is established for all parking space delineated with white pavement markings.
3.
An all-day parking limit is established for all parking spaces delineated with yellow pavement markings.
4.
A handicapped designation is established for all parking spaces designated with handicapped pavement markings and signs.
No person shall stop, stand or park any motor vehicle in the regulated parking spaces for longer than the designated times.
No person shall stop, stand or park in any designated handicapped spaces without a proper handicapped designation.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the placement of appropriated designated pavement markings and the posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: June 2, 2006
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order.
PARKING RESTRICTION IN THE ALVA STREET PARKING LOT
1.
A fifteen-minute parking limit is established for all parking spaces delineated with red pavement markings.
2.
A two-hour parking limit is established for all parking space delineated with white pavement markings.
3.
An all-day parking limit is established for all parking spaces delineated with yellow pavement markings.
4.
A handicapped designation is established for all parking spaces designated with handicapped pavement markings and signs.
No person shall stop, stand or park any motor vehicle in the regulated parking spaces for longer than the designated times.
No person shall stop, stand or park in any designated handicapped spaces without a proper handicapped designation.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the placement of appropriated designated pavement markings and the posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: June 2, 2006
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
HANDICAP PARKING RESTRICTION IN THE COURT STREET PARKING LOT
1.
Rescinds Section A-2 (only) of Traffic Order § A193-13, Traffic Order No. 1 of the Year 1993.
a.
Section A-2, reads as follows: There shall be two more Handicap Parking signs at Jubilee added near the existing signs located immediately west of the market entrance.
2.
There shall be two more handicap parking spaces added immediately southeast of 33-39 Ellicott Street.
a.
These two handicap parking spaces shall have a one-hour time limit.
No person shall stop, stand or park any motor vehicle in the regulated parking spaces for longer than the designated times
No person shall stop, stand or park in any designated handicapped spaces without a proper handicapped designation
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the placement of appropriated designated pavement markings and the posting of appropriate signs
Dated: April 8, 2008
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING STANDING AND STOPPING RESTRICTIONS BATAVIA CITY CENTRE EAST SIDE PARKING LOT
1.
No person shall park, stop or stand any motor vehicle along the curbline in the area beginning 23 feet south of the center of the East City Centre Silo entrance to a point 61 feet north therefrom.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: April 15, 2008
Pursuant to the authority delegated by §§ 178-3 and 178-23 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
LOADING ZONE RESTRICTION AT EAST BATAVIA CITY CENTRE PARKING LOT.
1.
It shall be unlawful to stop, stand or park a vehicle for a period of time longer than necessary for the unloading and delivery or pick up of materials along the curbline beginning 23 feet south of the center of the East City Centre Silo entrance to a point 60 feet south therefrom.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: April 15, 2008
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS BATAVIA POLICE PARKING LOT LOCATED AT THE REAR OF 10 WEST MAIN STREET, BATAVIA NY
1.
Motorcycle parking only. Located at the north boundary of the parking lot beginning 194 feet east of the Porter Avenue entrance and ending 212 feet east of the Porter Avenue entrance.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: June 5, 2008
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON BANK STREET
1.
Parking on Bank Street between Main Street and Washington Avenue on the east and west side of the street:
A.
Amendment to parking restrictions on Bank Street, § 178-14 of the Code of the City of Batavia.
1.
No parking on the east side of Bank Street from the north curbline with Main Street to a point 318 feet north of Main Street.
2.
No parking on the east side of Bank Street from a point 612 feet south of the south curbline of Washington Avenue to a point 232 feet south of the curbline.
3.
No parking on the east side from the south curbline on Washington Avenue to a point south 58 feet.
4.
No parking on the west side of Bank Street from the north curbline with Main Street to a point 384 feet north of Main Street.
5.
No parking on the west side of Bank Street from the south curbline of Alva Place to a point south 52 feet.
6.
No parking on the west side of Bank Street from the north curbline of Alva Place to a point north 50 feet.
7.
No parking on the west side of Bank Street from the south curbline of Washington Avenue to a point south 52 feet.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: April 3, 2009
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON OAK STREET
Parking and restrictions, both sides of Oak Street:
No parking from West Main Street to a point north along the center line of Oak Street 535 feet.
No parking from the northern curbline of LaCross Avenue to a point north along the center line of Oak Street 140 feet north of the north curbline of Pickthorn Drive.
No parking from the northern curbline of Noonan Drive to the City boundary along the center line of Oak Street.
Parking restrictions on the west side of Oak Street:
No parking from the southern curbline of Noonan Drive to a point south along the center line of Oak Street 180 feet.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the placement of appropriate designated pavement markings and posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: August 11, 2009
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
AMENDMENT TO PARKING RESTRICTIONS LIBERTY STREET, EAST SIDE, § 178-14 of the Code of the City of Batavia
1.
No person shall park, stop or stand any motor vehicle within 50 feet north of the South Jackson Street curbline.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: October 5, 2009
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
AMENDMENT TO PARKING RESTRICTIONS SOUTH JACKSON STREET ON THE NORTH SIDE, § 178-14 of the CODE OF THE CITY OF BATAVIA
1.
Parking allowed between east curbline of South Liberty Street and the west curbline of Hutchins Street on the north side of south Jackson Street.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: October 5, 2009
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
AMENDMENT TO PARKING RESTRICTIONS SOUTH JACKSON STREET ON THE SOUTH SIDE, § 178-14 OF THE CODE of the CITY OF BATAVIA
1.
No person shall park, stop or stand any motor vehicle from Jackson Avenue easterly to the east property boundary of 410 South Jackson Street.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: October 16, 2009
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following traffic order:
AMENDMENT TO PARKING, STANDING AND STOPPING RESTRICTIONS § 178-14 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF BATAVIA, ON THE NORTH SIDE OF DOUGLAS STREET.
Parking restriction:
1.
No person shall park, stop or stand any motor vehicle on the north side of Douglas Street from the north curbline of Douglas Street at the intersection of State Street and Douglas Street to the intersection of Bank Street and Douglas Street.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the placement of appropriate designated pavement markings and/or the posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: August 30, 2011
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following traffic order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON CENTER STREET
1.
Parking on Center Street between Main Street and School Street on the west side of the street:
A.
Amendment to parking restrictions on Bank Street, § 178-14 of the Code of the City of Batavia.
1.
On the east side: No parking between Main Street and Ellicott Street.
2.
On the west side: No Parking from Main Street to a point 50 feet south. Two-hour parking between point 50 feet south of Main Street and Ellicott Street.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: August 20, 2012
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following traffic order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON ROSS STREET
Eliminate: On the east side: No parking between Main Street and East Avenue.
Add: On the east side: No parking between East Main Street and East Avenue with exception of the parking cut-out across the frontage of 50 Ross Street (Middle School).
Eliminate: On the west side: No parking between Washington Avenue and North Street.
Add: On the west side: No parking between Hull Park and North Street.
Add: On the west side: No stopping any time between Washington Avenue and Hull Park.
Eliminate: On the west side: Two-hour parking from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. except Sundays and holidays between Washington Avenue and East Main Street.
Add: On the west side: Two-hour parking from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. except Sundays and holidays between East Main Street and a point 623 feet north of the north curbline of East Main Street.
Add: On the west side: No stopping from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on school days between a point 623 feet north of the north curbline of East Main Street to Washington Avenue.
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON WASHINGTON AVENUE
Add: On the south side: No stopping from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on school days between Ross Street and a point 120 feet west of Ross Street.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: October 1, 2012
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following traffic order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON LIBERTY STREET
Add: On the east side: No stopping between South Jackson Street and a point 123 feet north of the north curbline of South Jackson Street.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: October 1, 2012
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following traffic order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON ELLICOTT STREET
Add: On the south side: Fifteen-minute parking in front of 332 Ellicott Street at the southeast corner of Ellicott Street and Hutchins Street from a point 41 feet easterly of the curbline of Hutchins Street at Ellicott Street to a point 64 feet from the same curbline, from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., except Sundays and holidays.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: May 6, 2015
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following traffic order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON RICHMOND AVENUE
Add: On the south side: No person shall park, stand or stop any vehicle on Richmond Avenue from the west curbline of Vernon Avenue to a point 205 feet westerly on Richmond Avenue.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: June 18, 2015
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following traffic order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON WALLACE STREET
Add: On the east side: No person shall park, stand or stop any vehicle on Wallace Street from the south curbline of Edwards Street to the Lions Park parking lot.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: August 25, 2015
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following traffic order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON EDWARDS STREET
Add: On the south side: No person shall park, stand or stop any vehicle on Edwards Street from the east curbline of Buell Street to the west curbline of Cedar Street.
This traffic order shall rescind Traffic Order No. 178-14 of 1992.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: August 25, 2015
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following traffic order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS FOR THE CITY OF BATAVIA YOUTH CENTER
Add: On the east side: Parking for Youth Center staff only, located in the four spaces in the east corner of the parking lot directly south of MacArthur Drive.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: September 24, 2015
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON WASHINGTON AVENUE
Add: Amendment to parking restrictions on Washington Avenue § 178-14 of the code of the City of Batavia:
1.
On the south side: No parking between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m Monday through Friday, along the south curbline 278 feet west of the west curbline of Jefferson Avenue. This area is reserved as a New York State road test area for use by the Department of Motor Vehicles during these time periods.
2.
On the south side: "NO PARKING HERE TO CORNER" along the south curbline from the west curbline of Jefferson Avenue to a distance of 48 feet west.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: February 10, 2017
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS – WEST PARKING LOT
Add: Amendment to parking restrictions in the City Centre West Parking Lot § 178-17 of the code of the City of Batavia:
1.
Handicap designation for the following space:
Along northernmost aisle; 175 feet west of City Centre West parking lot entrance at the intersection of Alva Place and State Street
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: June 13, 2017
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 ofthe code ofthe City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON WATSON STREET
Add: Amendment to parking restrictions on Watson Street, § 178-14 of the code of the City of Batavia:
1.
On the south side: "NO PARKING HERE TO CORNER" along the south curbline from the west curbline of Thorpe Street to a distance of 50 feet.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: June 13, 2017
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
CHILDREN AT PLAY SIGN OF EVANS STREET
Add: Children at Play sign on Evans Street:
1.
On the west side: "CHILDREN AT PLAY" 132 feet south of the south curbline of Mill Street.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: November 7, 2017
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
NO UNAUTHORIZED VEHICLES PERMITTED FOR OFFICIAL USE BY THE CITY OF BATAVIA – DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
Add: No unauthorized vehicles permitted. For official use by the City of Batavia – Department of Public Works:
1.
For the parking spaces adjacent to the Department of Public Works located at 147 Walnut Street: "NO UNAUTHORIZED VEHICLES PERMITTED. FOR OFFICIAL USE BY THE CITY OF BATAVIA – DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS"
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Dated: November 7, 2017
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the Code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON THOMAS AVENUE
Add: Amendment to parking restrictions on Thomas Avenue § 178-14 of the code of the City of Batavia:
1. On the east side: Thirty-minute parking commencing at the intersection of the east bounds of Thomas Avenue with a point 50 feet north of the crosswalk at West Main Street and running to 79 feet north of this point. No Parking is permitted on the east side of Thomas Avenue for 50 feet north of the crosswalk at Thomas Avenue and West Main Street.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON EAST MAIN STREET
Add: Amendment to parking restrictions on East Main Street § 178-14 of the code of the City of Batavia:
On the south side: Two hour parking commencing 20 feet from the easterly corner of Harvester Avenue to a point 106 feet to the east.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON THORPE STREET
Amendment to parking restrictions on Thorpe Street § 178-14 of the code of the City of Batavia:
1.
REMOVE: Both sides NO PARKING.
2.
ADD: On the east side: NO PARKING between Watson Street and Maple Street.
3.
ADD: On Both sides: NO PARKING north of Watson Street.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON SOUTH MAIN STREET
Amendment to parking restrictions on South Main Street § 178-14 of the code of the City of Batavia:
I.
ADD: On the south side: NO PARKING from the Oak Street extension to the west boundary of #47 South Main Street.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.
Pursuant to the authority delegated by § 178-3 of the code of the City of Batavia, the Chief of Police of the City of Batavia hereby promulgates the following Traffic Order:
PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON UNION STREET
Add:
Amendment to parking restrictions on Union Street § 178-14 of the code of the City of Batavia:
1.
On the east side: No Parking permitted commencing at the intersection of the west bound travel lane of Richmond Avenue at Union Street to a point 350 feet north.
This traffic order shall become effective immediately upon the proper posting of appropriate signs.