City of Mayville, WI
Dodge County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Common Council of the City of Mayville 2-13-1989 by Ord. No. 695-89 as Ch. 7 of the 1989 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Nuisances — See Ch. 303.
Peace and good order — See Ch. 317.
Taxicabs — See Ch. 375.
[Amended by Ord. No. 767-92; Ord. No. 789-94]
A. 
Except as otherwise specifically provided in this chapter, the statutory provisions in Chs. 340 to 348 and § 349.215, Wis. Stats., describing and defining regulations with respect to vehicles and traffic, exclusive of any provisions therein relating to penalties to be imposed and exclusive of any regulations for which the statutory penalty is a fine or term of imprisonment, are hereby adopted and, by reference, made a part of this chapter as if fully set forth herein. Any act required to be performed or prohibited by any statute incorporated herein by reference is required or prohibited by this chapter. Any future amendments, revisions or modifications of the statutes incorporated herein are intended to be made part of this chapter in order to secure uniform statewide regulation of traffic on the highways, streets and alleys of the State of Wisconsin.
B. 
Other laws adopted. There are also hereby adopted by reference the following provisions of the Wisconsin Statutes and Administrative Code, but the prosecution of such offenses under this chapter shall be as provided in Chs. 340 to 348, Wis. Stats., and the penalty for violation thereof shall be as provided in § 397-18 of this chapter:[1]
(1) 
Chapter Trans 305, Wis. Adm. Code, Standards for Motor Vehicle Equipment.
(2) 
Section 941.01(1), Wis. Stats., Negligent operation of vehicle off highway.
(3) 
Chapter 194, Wis. Stats., Motor Vehicle Transportation.
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
A. 
Duty of the Chief of Police to erect and install uniform traffic control devices. Whenever traffic regulations created by this chapter, including a state traffic regulation adopted by reference in § 397-1 of this chapter, require the erection of traffic control devices for enforcement, the Chief of Police, with the cooperation of the Director of Public Works, shall procure, erect and maintain uniform traffic control devices conforming to the Uniform Traffic Control Device Manual promulgated by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation giving notice of such traffic regulations to the users of the streets and highways on which such regulations apply. Whenever state law grants discretion to local authorities in erecting or placement of a uniform traffic control device, devices shall be erected in such locations and in such a manner as, in the judgment of the Chief of Police, will carry out the purposes of this chapter and give adequate warning to users of the streets and highways of the City.
B. 
Official Traffic Map.
(1) 
Official Traffic Map established. There is hereby established for the City of Mayville an Official Traffic Map dated April 1, 1988, on which is indicated as of said date all existing stop signs; stop signs, except right turns; arterial intersections; yield signs; controlled intersections; prohibited U-turns; handicapped parking areas; and school zones and school crossings. All such restrictions and limitations set forth on said Official Traffic Map are hereby adopted by reference.
(2) 
Additions to map. The Council may, from time to time, make additions to or deletions from the Official Traffic Map and the Chief of Police shall keep such Official Traffic Map current. Every addition to said Official Traffic Map made after April 1, 1988, shall indicate the number of the authorizing resolution and the date the appropriate official traffic control device was erected, and every deletion shall indicate the number of the authorizing resolution.
(3) 
Map to be maintained. The Official Traffic Map shall be maintained and displayed in the office of the Police Department. The Chief of Police shall make appropriate authorized changes on said map within three working days after the appropriate official traffic control device is erected or removed, as the case may be.
(4) 
Violations prohibited. When official traffic control devices giving notice of the restrictions, prohibitions and limitations shown on the Official Traffic Map are erected and maintained in accordance with the provisions of this section, a violation of the restriction, prohibition or limitation shown on the Official Traffic Map shall be a violation of the provisions of this chapter.
C. 
Prohibited signs and markers in highways. No person, other than an officer authorized by this chapter to erect and maintain official traffic control devices or his designee, shall place within the limits of any street or highway maintained by the City any sign, signal, marker, mark or monument unless permission is first obtained from the Chief of Police or the State Highway Commission. Any sign, signal, marker, mark or monument placed or maintained in violation of this subsection shall be subject to removal as provided in Subsection D below.
D. 
Removal of unofficial signs, signals, markers and traffic control devices. The Chief of Police may direct the Director of Public Works to remove any sign, signal, marker or other device which is placed, maintained or displayed in violation of this chapter or state law. Any charge imposed against premises for removal of a prohibited or illegal sign, signal, marker or device shall be reported by the Director of Public Works to the Council for review and certification at its next regular meeting following the imposition of the charge. Any charge not paid on or before the next succeeding November 15 shall be placed upon the tax roll for collection as other special municipal taxes.
A. 
Through highways designated. In the interest of public safety and pursuant to the authority granted by Wisconsin law, the following streets or portions thereof are declared to be through highways:
[Amended by Ord. No. 750-91]
Name of Street
Location
Allen Street
From Main Street to John Street
Breckenridge Street
From Clark Street to the west City limits
Breckenridge Street
From Furnace Street to Walnut Street
Breckenridge Street
From Grove Street to Clark Street
Bridge Street
From Henninger Street to Clark Street
Bridge Street
From Main Street to Henninger Street
Clark Street
From Breckenridge Street to Kekoskee Street
Clark Street
From Horicon Street to Breckenridge Street
Clark Street
From Horicon Street to Fourth Street
Dayton Street
From Henninger Street to Clark Street
Dayton Street
From Main Street to Henninger Street
Degner Avenue
From Ruedebusch Avenue to Fourth Street
Ewald Street
From Dayton Street to Bridge Street
Fourth Street
From John Street to the west City limits
Furnace Street
From Main Street to Kekoskee Street
Grand Boulevard
From Dayton Street to Breckenridge Street
Henninger Street
From Horicon Street to Breckenridge Street
John Street
From Dayton Street to Bridge Street
John Street
From Horicon Street to Bridge Street
John Street
From Horicon Street to the south City limits
Kekoskee Street
From the City limits to Furnace Street
Muzzy Street
From Horicon Street to Bridge Street
North German Street
From Bridge Street to the north City limits
Oak Street
From Horicon Street to Oak Street
School Street
From Bridge Street to Dayton Street
Walnut Street
From Bridge Street to Horicon Street
Walnut Street
From Dayton Street to Bridge Street
Walnut Street
From Horicon Street to Ruedebusch Avenue
Walnut Street
From Kekoskee Street to Dayton Street
Wisconsin Street
From Breckenridge Street to Dayton Street
B. 
Designation of location of stop signs and yield signs. In the interest of public safety, the Council, by resolution, has designated the location of stop and yield signs within the City and has ordered the installation of such signs. In addition, the location of such signs is designated on the Official Traffic Map of the City pursuant to § 397-2 of this chapter.
C. 
Operators to obey traffic control devices. Every operator of a vehicle approaching an intersection at which an official traffic control device is erected in accordance with this section shall obey the direction of such official traffic control device as required by the Wisconsin Statutes incorporated by reference in § 397-1 of this chapter. Operators of vehicles approaching a stop sign shall stop before entering a highway as required by § 346.46, Wis. Stats. Operators approaching intersections at which a yield sign has been installed shall yield the right-of-way to other vehicles as required by § 346.18(6), Wis. Stats.
D. 
Heavy truck route.
[Added by Ord. No. 749-91]
(1) 
Definition. For purposes of this subsection, heavy traffic shall be defined as:
(a) 
All vehicles not operating completely on pneumatic tires; and
(b) 
All vehicles or combination of vehicles, other than motor buses, designed or used for transporting property of any nature and having a gross weight of more than 15,000 pounds.
(2) 
Prohibited routes. Heavy traffic is prohibited from using any City street or highway not designated as a heavy traffic route. This subsection shall not act to prohibit heavy traffic from using a City street or highway for the purpose of obtaining orders for supplies or moving or delivering supplies or commodities to or from any place of business or residence, provided that the shortest possible route is used to and from the heavy truck route. Furthermore, this subsection will not act to prohibit heavy traffic from using any City streets designated as highways. Vehicles owned and operated by a public utility will be exempt from the provisions of this subsection.
(3) 
Administration. The Director of Public Works, in cooperation with the Police Department, shall administer this subsection. Administration shall include:
(a) 
Posting of signs. Appropriate signs shall be posted giving notice of this subsection and of the heavy traffic routes established herein. Yellow signposts may also be used to designate heavy traffic routes.
(b) 
Maps. Heavy traffic routes shall be shown on the Official Traffic Map.
(c) 
Construction equipment.
[1] 
The Director of Public Works may grant temporary permits to allow heavy construction equipment to use City streets or highways not designated as heavy traffic routes. These permits may be granted only when use of a nondesignated route is necessary for the equipment to reach a construction site. No permit may be issued unless the person or corporation owning the equipment agrees to reimburse and hold the City harmless for any damage done to the City street by the equipment and/or any personal injury or property damage caused in part or in whole by the street damage.
[2] 
City-owned or operated equipment and commercial garbage haulers collecting refuse are specifically excluded from the provisions of this subsection.
(4) 
Liability. Any operator, corporation, owner or agent whose heavy traffic vehicle damages any City streets or highways in violating this subsection shall be liable and required to pay the City the cost of repair or replacement of the damaged street or highway.
(5) 
Special and seasonal weight limitations. The Director of Public Works shall have the authority to impose special or seasonal weight limits on any highway, bridge or culvert maintained by the City to prevent injury to the roadway or for the safety of the users of such bridge or culvert and shall be responsible for erecting uniform traffic control devices giving notice thereof in accordance with the provisions of § 397-2.
(6) 
Heavy traffic routes designated. All streets and alleys within the City are designated Class "B" highways subject to the weight limitations of § 346.16, Wis. Stats., except that the following highways or parts thereof within the jurisdiction of the City are hereby designated heavy traffic routes and are excepted from the Class "B" weight limitations:
(a) 
Highway 28 (Horicon Street and Main Street).
(b) 
Highway 67 (Main Street).
(c) 
Clark Street as it extends south from Horicon Street to Fourth Street.
(d) 
Fourth Street as it extends east from South Clark Street to South John Street.
(e) 
South John Street as it extends north from the City limits to Horicon Street.
(f) 
Kekoskee Street as it extends east from the City limits to Furnace Street.
(g) 
Furnace Street as it extends south from Kekoskee Street to Breckenridge Street.
(h) 
Taylor Street as it extends east from Furnace Street to North Main Street.
[Amended 11-11-2013 by Ord. No. 1059-2013]
(i) 
Bridge Street as it extends east from Main Street to German Street.
(j) 
German Street as it extends south from Bridge Street to the City limits.
The Chief of Police is hereby authorized to establish safety zones and islands, loading zones and traffic lanes of such kind and character and at such places as deemed necessary for the protection of persons using the public streets. The Director of Public Works, upon the recommendation of the Chief of Police, is authorized and empowered to erect and maintain such pavement markings, structures and/or signage as may be deemed necessary to mark the areas designated pursuant to this section consistent with the provisions of this chapter.
[Amended by Ord. No. 720-90B; Ord. No. 745-91; Ord. No. 765-92; Ord. No. 771-93; Ord. No. 779-93]
No person shall drive a vehicle, except in the direction indicated, upon the following streets or portions of streets:
A. 
On Mill Place in an easterly direction from South Main Street to a point 94 feet to the east thereof.
B. 
On Park Street in a southerly direction from the west boundary of the City park to the southeast boundary of the City park.
C. 
On Brickyard Lane in an easterly direction from Oak Street to South Walnut Street.
D. 
On Iron Lane in a west-to-east direction from Furnace Street to North Main Street.
[Added 2-14-2011 by Ord. No. 1026-2011]
[Amended by Ord. No. 696-89; Ord. No. 707-89; Ord. No. 720-90B]
The Council hereby determines that the statutory speed limits on the following streets or portions thereof are unreasonable, unsafe and imprudent and modifies such speed limits as follows:
A. 
Speed limits increased. Speed limits are increased on the following streets or portions thereof:
[Amended by Ord. No. 756-92]
(1) 
Thirty miles per hour.
[Amended by Ord. No. 769-93]
(a) 
On North Main Street from Buchanan Street northerly to a point 0.10 mile south of CTH V (north end of bridge).
(b) 
On Horicon Street from Main Street to a point 0.30 mile west of Clark Street.
(c) 
On Green Bay Drive from Dunn Road northerly for a distance of 1,725 feet.
(2) 
Thirty-five miles per hour.
[Added by Ord. No. 904-2000]
(a) 
On South German Street from the golf cart/pedestrian crossing to the east City limits.
(3) 
Forty miles per hour.
(a) 
On Horicon Street from a point 0.30 mile west of its intersection with Clark Street westerly for a distance of 0.30 mile.
(4) 
Forty-five miles per hour.
(a) 
On North Main Street from a point 0.10 mile south of CTH V (north edge of bridge) then northerly and easterly for a distance of 0.35 mile (Beaver Ready Mix driveway).
B. 
Speed limits decreased. Speed limits are decreased on the following streets or portions thereof:
(1) 
Fifteen miles per hour.
(a) 
In all City parks.
(b) 
On Breckenridge Street from John Street to Walnut Street.
[Added by Ord. No. 863-98]
(2) 
Twenty-five miles per hour.
[Added by Ord. No. 740-91; amended by Ord. No. 904-2000]
(a) 
On South German Street from High Street east to the golf cart/pedestrian crossing.
(b) 
On Green Bay Drive from Dunn Road to the north to meet the existing speed limit of 25 miles per hour.
(c) 
On Kekoskee Street from the west corporate limits east to Furnace Street.
[Added 12-13-2004 by Ord. No. 965-2004]
(3) 
Thirty-five miles per hour.
[Added by Ord. No. 865-98]
(a) 
On Slag Road from County Highway V to the west corporate limits.
(b) 
On Slag Road from County Highway V to the east corporate limits.
[Added by Ord. No. 874-99]
[Amended by Ord. No. 720-90B]
A. 
Stopping, standing and parking regulated. Pursuant to § 349.13, Wis. Stats., the authority to regulate the stopping, standing and parking of vehicles is delegated to the Chief of Police, subject to control of the Council. The Chief, with the cooperation of the Director of Public Works, is hereby authorized to designate and sign streets, or portions thereof, where the stopping, standing or parking of vehicles is prohibited at all times or during certain designated hours.
B. 
Limited time parking. Unless specifically otherwise provided, except on Sundays and legal holidays, no person shall park a vehicle for any longer than the period hereinafter specified upon the following streets or portions thereof:
(1) 
Ten minutes.
(a) 
The first two parking stalls on the west side of North School Street directly north of Bridge Street with a time limit of Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
[Amended 6-11-2012 by Ord. No. 1047-2012]
(b) 
On the north side of Breckenridge Street from Wisconsin Street to Henninger Street during school days from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
[Added by Ord. No. 851-97]
(c) 
On the west side of Henninger Street from Breckenridge Street to a point 960 feet north thereof during school days from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
[Added by Ord. No. 851-97]
(d) 
Two parking stalls in front of 35 South Main Street every day of the week from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
[Added 9-10-2007 by Ord. No. 1003-2007]
(e) 
One parking stall in front of 115 South Main Street Monday through Friday of the week from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
[Added 6-13-2011 by Ord. No. 1029-2011]
(f) 
Two parking stalls in front of 331 South Main Street Monday through Saturday of the week from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
[Added 6-20-2011 by Ord. No. 1030-2011]
(g) 
One parking stall on Williams Street at the southwest corner of Williams Street and North Main Street every day of the week.
[Added 9-19-2011 by Ord. No. 1042-2011]
(h) 
One parking stall in front of 123 Bridge Street Monday through Saturday from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
[Added 4-13-2015 by Ord. No. 1077-2015]
(2) 
Two hours between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
(a) 
On the west side of School Street from Bridge Street to Williams Street.
(b) 
On both sides of Main Street from Horicon Street to Dayton Street.
(c) 
On both sides of Kathryn Street from Mary Street to North Clark Street, except on weekends and legal holidays.
[Added by Ord. No. 725-91]
(d) 
On both sides of Allen Street from Main Street west to the entrance of the City parking lot.
[Added by Ord. No. 919-2001]
(e) 
On both sides of Bridge Street from Main Street west to School Street.
[Added by Ord. No. 919-2001]
(3) 
Two hours between 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
[Added by Ord. No. 781-93; amended 3-9-2015 by Ord. No. 1075-2015]
(a) 
On the west side of North Clark Street from 480 feet north of Breckenridge Street to a point 1,000 feet north thereof on days when school is in session.
(4) 
Fifteen-minute parking.
[Added 3-9-2015 by Ord. No. 1075-2015]
(a) 
East side of North Clark Street between the intersections of Breckenridge Street and Kekoskee Street.
C. 
Parking prohibited at all times. Except temporarily for the purpose of and while actually engaged in loading or unloading or in receiving or discharging passengers or property and while the vehicle is attended by a licensed operator so that it may be moved promptly in case of an emergency or to avoid obstruction of traffic, no person shall at any time park or leave standing any vehicle upon any of the following highways or parts of highways:
[Amended by Ord. No. 690-89; Ord. No. 703-89; Ord. No. 714-90; Ord. No. 718-90; Ord. No. 722-90; Ord. No. 723-90; Ord. No. 729-90; Ord. No. 744-91; Ord. No. 774-93Ord. No. 780-93; Ord. No. 782-93; Ord. No. 783-93; Ord. No. 793-94; Ord. No. 802-95; Ord. No. 841-96; Ord. No. 850-97; Ord. No. 851-97; Ord. No. 864-98; Ord. No. 905-2000]
Name of Street
Side
Location
Alley Street
East
From the southernmost point to 275 feet north thereof
Betterway Drive
South
Entire length
Bridge Street
Both
From Main Street to the east side of the Bridge Street Bridge
Bridge Street
North
From the west edge of the post office driveway to a point 66 feet west thereof
Bridge Street
South
From a point 162 feet east of Ewald Street to a point 40 feet east thereof
Brookside Drive
[Added 8-8-2005 by Ord. No. 971-2005]
60 feet south and 60 feet north of the driveway(s) entering the Pineridge Condominium Complex
Burchard Avenue
South
From Barwig Avenue to German Street
Carolyn Boulevard
[Added 2-14-2005 by Ord. No. 968-2005]
Both
From Clark Street to the intersection of Crystal Lane
Clark Street
Both
From a point 235 feet south of Horicon Street to a point 150 feet north of Horicon Street
Clark Street
East
From Fourth Street in a northerly direction 340 feet to the driveway access of Gleason Reel Products
Commerce Street
West
From Horicon Street through and including the cul-de-sac
East Dayton Street
East
From the south bridge abutment of the pedestrian bridge to 54 feet south thereof
Ewald Street
West
From Horicon Street to a point 230 feet north thereof
Evergreen Drive
East
From the north edge of the golf course parking lot to South German Street
Evergreen Drive
West
From Park Street to South German Street
Ewald Street
[Repealed 10-13-2003 by Ord. No. 948-2003]
Fourth Street
North
From Clark Street to South Street
Fourth Street
North
From Degner Avenue 130 feet west to the driveway of Mayville Metal Products
Fourth Street
South
Between Clark Street and John Street
Furnace Street
East
From Furnace Street where the south curbline of Kekoskee Street, if extended across Furnace Street, would intersect with the east curbline of Furnace Street to a point on the east curbline of Furnace Street located 75 feet to the south
German Street
East
From High Street to the north City limits
Grove Street
West
From Kekoskee Street to Bridge Street
Henninger Street
West
From Horicon Street to Breckenridge Street
Horicon Street
[Amended 10-13-2003 by Ord. No. 948-2003]
North
From a point 250 feet east of Clark Street to the west corporate limits
Horicon Street
North
From Ewald Street to a point 190 feet east thereof
Horicon Street
South
From Commerce Street to a point 75 feet west thereof
Horicon Street
South
From the east side of the driveway located at 723 Horicon Street to a point 24 feet east thereof
Horicon Street
South
From South John Street to a point 50 feet east thereof
John Street
East
From Horicon Street to Ruedebusch Avenue
Kekoskee Street
South
From Henninger Street to the north City limits
Lincoln Lane
[Added by Ord. No. 906-2000]
North
From German Street to Barwig Avenue
Mill Place
South
From the northern intersection of Mill Place and South Main Street to the southern intersection of Mill Place and South Main Street
Muzzy Street
West
From Allen Street to Bridge Street
North German Street
[Amended 9-9-2013 by Ord. No. 1053-2013]
West
From 191 feet from the City limit sign to a point 276 feet south thereof
Oak Street
East
From Horicon Street to the southwest corner of Lot 9, Block 1 of Naber and Bluedorn's Addition to the City
Park Street
West
From the point where said street enters the northwest boundary of the City park continuing past the park pavilion until it leaves the southeast boundary of the City park
Ruedebusch Avenue
North
From John Street to Degner Avenue
Ruedebusch Avenue
North
From Main Street to John Street
Ruedebusch Avenue
South
From Main Street to John Street
School Street
East
From Horicon Street to Ruedebusch Avenue
School Street
West
From Williams Street to Dayton Street
South Clark Street
[Added 8-14-2006 by Ord. No. 987-2006]
Both
From the access road to Seneca Foods to Gleason Reel
South Clark Street
West
From Fourth Street to a point 300 feet north thereof.
South German Street
South
From the golf course driveway easterly to the City limits
South High Street
West
From the stop sign to a point 36 feet north thereof
South Street
Both
From Fourth Street to the south City limits
Taylor Street
[Added 11-13-2006 by Ord. No. 994-2006]
South
Truck route
D. 
Parking prohibited during certain hours and periods. No person shall park a vehicle between the hours and during the periods hereinafter specified upon the following streets or portions of streets:
Name of Street
Side
Location
Day/Time
Breckenridge Street
[Added by Ord. No. 905-2000]
North
From Clark Street to a point 150 feet east thereof
From 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on school days
Breckenridge Street
[Added by Ord. No. 905-2000]
South
From Clark Street to a point 100 feet east thereof
From 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on school days
Breckenridge Street
South
From North Walnut Street to the Wisconsin Southern Railway tracks
Between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. on weekdays from May 1 through September 1
Breckenridge Street
[Added by Ord. No. 851-97]
South
From Wisconsin Street to Henninger Street
From 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on school days
Brickyard Lane
[Added by Ord. No. 773-93]
Both
From Oak Street to South Walnut Street
From 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
Bridge Street
South
From Grove Street to Muzzy Street
Between 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on school days
Henninger street
[Added by Ord. No. 851-97]
East
From Breckenridge Street to a point 960 feet north thereof
Between 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on school days
High Street
[Amended 5-12-2003 by Ord. No. 941-2003]
East
From Naber Street to South German Street
From December 1 through April 1
High Street
[Amended 5-12-2003 by Ord. No. 941-2003]
West
From Turner Street to Naber Street
From December 1 through April 1
North Clark Street
[Amended by Ord. No. 791-94; 5-12-2003 by Ord. No. 941-2003]
East
From Breckenridge Street south to Lina Street
From December 1 through April 1
Park Street
From the entrance to Fireman's Field to Evergreen Drive; this shall include all areas within the park which are normally used for parking purposes; however, parking will be permitted during these hours when the park pavilion is being used, as provided in Ch. 312 of this Code
From 11:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
South School Street
West
From a point 51 feet south of Horicon Street to a point 123 feet south thereof except on holidays and weekends
Turner Street
[Amended 5-12-2003 by Ord. No. 941-2003]
South
From North German Street to High Street
From December 1 through April 1
E. 
Angle parking. No person shall park a vehicle, except at a forty-five-degree angle and within the parking spaces designated, upon the following streets or portions thereof:
(1) 
On both sides of Main Street from Horicon Street to Bridge Street.
F. 
Parallel parking. No person shall park a vehicle, except by parallel parking and within the parking spaces designated, upon the following streets or portions thereof:
[Added by Ord. No. 719-90]
(1) 
On both sides of Taylor Street.
G. 
Night parking regulations.
(1) 
Parking is allowed between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. on all streets in the City unless otherwise noted.
[Amended 9-11-2017 by Ord. No. 1094-2017]
(2) 
Parking is allowed on both sides of Williams Street from North Main Street to the library public parking lot. No time restrictions apply.
(3) 
No person shall park any vehicle on Main Street, from Horicon Street to Buchanan Street, between the hours of 2:30 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. at any time.
[Amended 9-11-2017 by Ord. No. 1094-2017]
H. 
Truck parking on Main Street regulated. No person shall park a truck or other vehicle longer than 19 feet in length on either side of Main Street from Horicon Street to Dayton Street.
I. 
Parking in parking lots regulated.
(1) 
Twenty-four-hour parking. No person shall, without a parking lot permit, park any motor vehicle in any City parking lot for more than 24 hours. No person shall park any motor vehicle on any such parking lot by backing said motor vehicle into a parking stall.
(2) 
Parking lot permit. City parking lot permits may be obtained from the City Clerk's office for a fee as set by the Common Council. Parking permits must be hung from the rearview mirror with the expiration date of the permit facing the windshield. Improperly displayed permits are subject to citation. No vehicle may remain parked in the same stall for more than 72 hours.
[Amended 12-9-2002 by Ord. No. 929-2002]
(3) 
Business permits. Business permit fees are paid at the City Clerk’s office for a fee as set by the Common Council. The style and color of the business permit is to be approved by the Chief of Police and is not to be provided by the City.
[Added 3-19-2012 by Ord. No. 1046-2012[1]]
[1]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also provided for the redesignation of former Subsection I(3) as Subsection I(4).
(4) 
Parking lot designations. City parking lots are designated as follows:
[Added 12-9-2002 by Ord. No. 929-2002; amended 10-14-2013 by Ord. No. 1054-2013]
Lot A
North municipal lot on east side of City Hall
Lot B
South municipal lot on east side of City Hall
Lot C
Library lot
Lot D
West Main Street lot
Lot E
East Main Street lot
Lot F
East Bridge Street parking lot
J. 
Parking limited to certain vehicles.
[Amended by Ord. No. 788-93; 12-9-2002 by Ord. No. 929-2002]
(1) 
Library parking lot. No person shall park a vehicle in the four northerly parking stalls in the City Library parking lot (Lot C) located north of Williams Street during hours when the library is open unless such person is an employee of the library. Parking is permitted in this lot from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Overnight parking from 2:30 a.m. to 6:30 a.m. is allowed by permit only.
(2) 
Municipal building parking lots. Parking for Lot A shall be two-hour parking from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. No overnight parking is permitted in this lot. Parking for Lot B shall be allowed from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Overnight parking from 2:30 a.m. to 6:30 a.m. is allowed by permit only.
(3) 
Main Street parking lots. Parking in Lots D and E shall allow overnight parking from 2:30 a.m. to 6:30 a.m. by permit only.
K. 
Parking in alleys regulated. All parking in alleys is prohibited, except in alleys in the Main Street Business District between Horicon Street and Buchanan Street for the purpose of loading or unloading freight.
[Amended 3-10-2008 by Ord. No. 1006-2008]
L. 
Parking in driveways prohibited. No person shall park or leave standing any motor vehicle in any private driveway without the permission of the owner or lessee of the property upon which such driveway is located, whether or not such driveway is posted to prohibit parking.
M. 
Parking with engine running. No person shall park any motor vehicle for more than 30 minutes upon a public street, alley or parking lot or upon any private property zoned for residential, business or commercial purposes in the City if the vehicle engine is left running or if the engine to any equipment on the vehicle is left running.
N. 
Street maintenance and snow removal. Whenever it is necessary to repair a City street or any part thereof or to remove snow, the Street Superintendent shall post such street or parts thereof with appropriate signs prohibiting parking. Such signs shall be erected at least two hours prior to the time that street maintenance work or snow removal is to be commenced. No person shall park a motor vehicle in violation of such signs.
O. 
Parking during snow events and snow emergencies.
[Amended 9-11-2017 by Ord. No. 1094-2017]
(1) 
Emergency declarations. In times of emergency due to excessive snowfall which impedes vital services, the Mayor or, in his absence, the Council President may declare a snow emergency. Such declaration shall be made by causing the announcement thereof to be made by at least two area radio stations. Such snow emergencies shall be in effect until declared ended by the Chief of Police or the Director of Public Works.
(2) 
Parking regulations. During a declared snow emergency, it shall be unlawful for any person to park, or suffer to be parked, any vehicle upon any street in the City.
(3) 
Towing of vehicles. Upon the issuance of a parking citation against the registered owner of any vehicle found parked in violation of this subsection, the Police Chief may direct the towing of such vehicle to a temporary site designated by the Chief.
(4) 
Penalty. In addition to the penalty provided in § 397-18 of this chapter, any person violating this subsection shall be required to pay the towing charges for any vehicle towed as a condition of the release of such vehicle.
(5) 
No owner or operator of any vehicle may park upon any street any night between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. when there is snow event. For the purpose of this section, a "snow event" means either the accumulation of snow is such that the Director of Public Works (or his/her designee), in his/her sole discretion, authorizes the use of snow plows to clear the snow or the Director of Public Works (or his/her designee) declares a snow event by contacting the newspaper, radio, cable television, or posting on the City of Mayville website. All vehicles must be removed from public streets and alleys from the starting time of the snow event until the streets or alleys have been cleared curb-to-curb or edge-to-edge of pavement during a snow event. For the purpose of this subsection, a "vehicle" shall be defined as every device in, upon or by which any person or property is or may be transported or drawn upon a roadway or highway. If any vehicle shall be parked in violation of this subsection, the Police Department shall ticket the vehicle and may order it towed from the street at the owner's risk after the vehicle has been ticketed, and the towing charge shall be paid by the owner or operator of the vehicle. The fine for violating this subsection shall be $25, plus towing charges for each occurrence.
P. 
Designated parking spaces. The Chief of Police, with the cooperation of the Director of Public Works, shall cause lines or markings to be painted upon the curb and/or upon the street or parking lot surface for the purpose of designating a parking space. It shall be unlawful to park any vehicle across any line or marking or to park a vehicle in such position that the same shall not be entirely within the area designated by such lines or markings.
Q. 
Removal of chalk marks prohibited. In order to monitor the continuous length of time that a vehicle is parked in a parking space or zone subject to parking time restrictions, it is necessary that the Police Department place a chalk mark or other mark on one or more tires of parked vehicles. It shall be unlawful to remove, erase or alter, or attempt to remove, erase or alter, any chalk mark or other mark of any kind placed upon any tire of a vehicle parked in any parking zone or space subject to parking time restrictions.
R. 
Legal holidays designated. For purposes of enforcement of parking restrictions in the City, the following days shall be defined as legal holidays: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day; provided, however, that in the event that any of said days falls on a Sunday, the following Monday shall be deemed to be the legal holiday.
S. 
Exceptions to parking regulations. The prohibitions regarding parking in this section do not apply as follows:
(1) 
When a vehicle becomes disabled in such a manner or to such an extent that it is impossible to avoid stopping or temporarily leaving the vehicle in the prohibited place.
(2) 
When the stopping of the vehicle is necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or to comply with traffic regulations or the directions of a traffic officer or traffic control sign or signal.
(3) 
When the stopping of a public utility vehicle is necessary for the maintenance of the utility's facilities.
(4) 
A vehicle for a disabled person and displaying a special registration plate issued under § 341.14, Wis. Stats., or a special identification card issued under § 343.51, Wis. Stats., shall be exempt from any ordinance imposing time limits on parking with a one-half-hour or more limitation. Said vehicles shall be subject to all other parking restrictions.
T. 
Restricted parking on highways and in residence districts.
[Added by Ord. No. 712-90]
(1) 
Except for such time as is reasonably necessary to load or unload, or for other commercial operations in the immediate vicinity, no owner or operator of a motor truck, truck tractor, motor bus, trailer or semitrailer weighing more than 20,000 pounds or exceeding 30 feet in length shall park or leave standing such vehicle on any state trunk highway or on any highway, street, alley, parking lot or private driveway within the City without first obtaining permission therefor from the Mayville Police Department. Any violation of the terms of any permit issued hereunder shall be a violation of this section.
(2) 
Recreational vehicle parking restricted. It is unlawful for any person to park camping trailers, travel trailers, motor homes, boat trailers and boats, utility trailers and construction trailers on any City street for a period of more than 48 hours. Any person wishing to park any of these vehicles/trailers on any City street overnight must contact the Police Department.
[Added by Ord. No. 899-2000]
(3) 
In addition to any other penalty provided herein, and not in substitution thereof, any vehicle parked or left standing in violation of this subsection may be removed by or under the direction of the Police Department, and the risk and expense of such removal and storage shall be charged to the owner or operator of such vehicle. The removal of such vehicle by or under the direction of the Police Department shall not prevent prosecution under this subsection.
U. 
Construction dumpsters prohibited.
[Added by Ord. No. 912-2001]
(1) 
No person shall locate a waste dumpster on a street in the City unless site approval has been given by the Chief of Police or the Director of Public Works and a permit has been issued by the City Clerk. A permit may be issued for a maximum ten-day period if it is impossible to place the dumpster on private property and the dumpster is of such a size that it will not create a hazard to vehicles, pedestrians, or bicycle traffic.
(2) 
Application for a permit shall be made to the Chief of Police or Director of Public Works at least five working days prior to permit issuance. The permit fee shall be as set by the Common Council.
(3) 
The applicant shall be required to provide barricading or other markings to ensure day and night visibility of the dumpster.
(4) 
Penalty. A person violating this section shall be subject to a forfeiture pursuant to the provisions of § 1-4 of this Code.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
Any vehicle parked or left standing upon a highway, street or alley or other public grounds in violation of any of the provisions of this chapter is declared to be a hazard to traffic and public safety. Such vehicle shall be removed by the operator, upon request of any police officer, to a position where parking, stopping or standing is not prohibited. Any police officer, after issuing a citation for illegal parking, stopping or standing of an unattended vehicle in violation of this chapter, is authorized to remove such vehicle to a position where parking is not prohibited. The officer may order a motor carrier holding a permit to perform vehicle towing services, a licensed motor vehicle salvage dealer or a licensed motor vehicle dealer who performs vehicle towing services to remove and store such vehicle in any storage garage or rental parking grounds or any facility of the person providing the towing services. In addition to other penalties provided by § 397-18 of this chapter, the owner or operator of a vehicle so removed shall pay the cost of towing and storage.
A. 
Abandonment of vehicles prohibited. No person shall abandon any vehicle unattended within the City for such time and under such circumstances as to cause the vehicle to reasonably appear to be abandoned.
B. 
Definition. As used in this section, "vehicle" means a motor vehicle, trailer, semitrailer or mobile home as defined in § 397-1 of this chapter, whether or not such vehicle is registered under Ch. 341, Wis. Stats.
C. 
Presumption of abandonment. Any vehicle left unattended for more than 72 hours on any public street or grounds, or on private property where parking is prohibited, limited or restricted, without the permission of the owner or lessee, is deemed abandoned and constitutes a public nuisance, provided that the vehicle shall not be deemed abandoned under this section if left unattended on private property out of public view by permission of the owner or lessee.
D. 
Exceptions. This section shall not apply to a vehicle in an enclosed building or a vehicle in an appropriate storage place or depository maintained in a lawful place and manner authorized by the City.
E. 
Removal and impoundment or sale. Any vehicle found abandoned in violation of this chapter shall be impounded by the Police Department until lawfully claimed or disposed of as provided in this section. If the Chief of Police or his duly authorized representative determines that towing costs and storage charges for 10 days, as provided in Subsection F below, would exceed the value of the vehicle, the vehicle may be junked or sold prior to the expiration of the impoundment period upon determination by the Chief of Police that the vehicle is not wanted for evidence or any other reason, provided that vehicles in excess of 19 model years of age shall be sold or disposed of only by auction sale or sealed bid in accordance with Subsection H below.
F. 
Minimum impoundment period. The minimum period of impoundment or storage of a vehicle found in violation of this section shall be 10 days.
G. 
Notice to owner. The police officer removing or causing the removal of any vehicle found in violation of this section shall immediately notify the Chief of Police of the abandonment and location of the impounded vehicle and shall, within 10 days thereafter, notify the owner and lienholders of record, by certified mail, of the impoundment and of their right to reclaim the vehicle. The notice shall set forth the information contained in § 342.40(3), Wis. Stats., and shall state that the failure of the owner or lienholder to exercise his right to reclaim the vehicle shall be deemed a waiver of all right, title and interest in the vehicle and a consent to sale of the vehicle.
H. 
Sale. Each retained vehicle not reclaimed by the owner or lienholder may be disposed of by sealed bid or auction sale as provided in § 342.40(3), Wis. Stats.
I. 
Sale to bar claims against vehicle. The sale of a motor vehicle under the provisions of this section shall forever bar all prior claims thereto and interest therein except as hereinafter provided.
J. 
Purchaser to remove vehicle. The purchaser of any vehicle on sealed bid or auction sale under Subsection H above shall have 10 days to remove the vehicle from the storage area upon payment of a storage fee of the actual cost of commercial storage for each day the vehicle has remained in storage after the second business day subsequent to the sale date. Ten days after the sale, the purchaser shall forfeit all interest in the vehicle and the vehicle shall be deemed to be abandoned and may be again sold.
K. 
Request for list. Any listing of vehicles to be sold pursuant to this section shall be made available by the Chief of Police to any interested person or organization who or which makes a request therefor.
[Amended by Ord. No. 927-2002]
L. 
Notice to Department. Within five days after the sale or disposition of a vehicle under this section, the Chief of Police shall advise the Wisconsin Department of Transportation of such sale or disposition on a form supplied by the Department.
[Amended by Ord. No. 927-2002]
M. 
Owner may file claim. At any time within two years after the sale of a motor vehicle, as provided herein, any person claiming ownership of such motor vehicle or a financial interest therein may present a claim to the Council setting forth such facts as are necessary to establish such ownership or interest and that the failure of the claimant to reclaim the vehicle prior to the sale was not the result of the neglect or fault of claimant. If the Council is satisfied as to the justice of such claim, it may allow the same, but in no case shall the amount allowed exceed the sum paid into the City treasury as a result of the sale of such motor vehicle nor the amount of interest of the claimant therein.
N. 
Exemption. Any owner or person operating a registered vehicle which shall become disabled or inoperative for any reason and who shall be unable to cause removal of such vehicle from any alley, street, highway or public place not otherwise regulated as a restricted parking, stopping or standing zone shall, within 12 hours of such occurrence, notify the Police Department of the location of the vehicle and shall transfer and deliver clear title for said vehicle to the City together with a fee for the cost of towing and junking charges and shall be exempt from the provisions of this section. When so requested by the owner or person in charge of a vehicle, the Chief of Police shall be authorized to order such vehicle removed and junked directly from the scene of disablement by the contractor engaged by the City for towing of disabled vehicles. The provisions of Subsection K above shall apply to any vehicle removed under this subsection.
No person shall make unnecessary and annoying noises with a motor vehicle by squealing tires, by excessive acceleration of the engine, or by emitting unnecessary and loud exhaust system noises.
Pursuant to the provisions of § 118.105, Wis. Stats., the following regulations shall apply to the grounds of the Mayville School District located within the City:
A. 
Parking. All parking on grounds of the Mayville School District from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. shall be by permit only and shall be restricted to areas designated for parking by the School Board. When signs are erected by the School Board giving notice of such restrictions, no person shall park a motor vehicle in an area other than one for which he shall have been issued a permit nor without displaying a valid permit. All authorized visitors shall park only in areas designated and signed for visitor parking.
B. 
Speed limits. No person shall at any time operate a motor vehicle upon the Mayville School District grounds at a speed in excess of 15 miles per hour.
C. 
Vehicles prohibited at specified times. No person shall at any time operate a motor vehicle other than a school bus in or upon any drive designated for buses only by sign during the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and during the hours of 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on any weekday during the months that school is in session.
D. 
One-way traffic. No person shall operate a motor vehicle contrary to the one-way traffic signs posted on any school drive.
A. 
Time limitations. It shall be unlawful to stop any railroad train, locomotive or railroad car upon or across any highway or street crossing or to cause obstruction of vehicular traffic on public streets at such crossing by stopping, leaving standing, switching or otherwise maintaining constant railway use at such crossing longer than 10 minutes.
B. 
Penalty. Any conductor, engineer, switchman, brakeman or other employee or agent in charge of or otherwise responsible for such offending railroad locomotive or car who shall violate the provisions of this section shall, upon conviction, be subject to a penalty as prescribed in § 397-18C of this chapter.
[Amended 3-10-2008 by Ord. No. 1006-2008]
[Amended by Ord. No. 754-91; Ord. No. 913-2001; Ord. No. 927-2002; 6-14-2004 by Ord. No. 954-2004; 3-10-2008 by Ord. No. 1006-2008; 11-14-2016 by Ord. No. 1087-2016]
A. 
State snowmobile laws adopted. Except as otherwise specifically provided in this chapter, the statutory provisions describing and defining regulations with respect to snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles and utility terrain vehicles in the following enumerated sections of the Wisconsin Statutes are hereby adopted by reference and made part of this section as if fully set forth herein. Acts required to be performed or prohibited by such statutes are required or prohibited by this section, as follows:
350.01
Definitions
350.02
Operation of snowmobiles on or in the vicinity of a highway
350.03
Right-of-way
350.04
Snowmobile races, derbies and routes
350.045
Public utility exemption
350.047
Local ordinance to be filed
350.05
Operation by youthful operators restricted
350.055
Safety certification program established
350.06
Firearms and bows
350.07
Driving animals
350.08
Owner permitting operation
350.09
Head lamps, tail lamps and brakes
350.10
Miscellaneous provisions for snowmobile operation
350.101 to 350.107
Operating a snowmobile while intoxicated prohibited
350.12
Registration of snowmobiles
350.13
Uniform trail signs and standards
350.15
Accident and accident reports
350.17
Enforcement
350.18
Local ordinances
350.19
Liability of landowners
23.33(2)(a)
Registration of ATVs and UTVs
B. 
Wisconsin Administrative Code. Chapter NR50, Wis. Adm. Code, is hereby adopted.
C. 
Applicability of rules of the road to snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles and utility terrain vehicles.
(1) 
Snowmobiles. The operator of a snowmobile upon a roadway shall, in addition to the provisions of Ch. 350, Wis. Stats., be subject to §§ 346.04, 346.06, 346.11, 346.14(1), 346.18, 346.19, 346.20, 346.21, 346.26, 346.27, 346.33, 346.35, 346.37, 346.40, 346.44, 346.46, 346.47, 346.48, 346.50(1)(b), 346.51, 346.52, 346.53, 346.54, 346.55, 346.87, 346.88, 346.89, 346.90, 346.91, 346.92(1), (6), (6m) and (9), Wis. Stats.
D. 
State all-terrain vehicle and utility terrain vehicle laws adopted. Except as otherwise specifically provided in this chapter, the statutory provisions describing and defining the regulations with respect to all-terrain vehicles in the following enumerated sections of the Wisconsin Statutes are hereby adopted by reference and made a part of this section as if fully set forth herein. Acts required to be performed or prohibited by such statutes are required or prohibited by this section as follows: § 23.33, Wis. Stats.
E. 
Snowmobile and all-terrain vehicle operation in the city restricted.
(1) 
General. It shall be unlawful to operate any snowmobile, all-terrain vehicle or utility terrain vehicle on private property or on the City streets, alleys, parks, parking lots, or on any public lands or private lands or parking lots held open to the public.
(2) 
Exceptions. (Cr. Ord. No. 754-91 § 2). Snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles and utility terrain vehicles may be operated on designated and marked snowmobile, all-terrain-vehicle and utility-terrain-vehicle trails designated by the Council on a map on file in the City Clerk's office, as follows:
(a) 
On the Rock River.
(b) 
From the City sewage plant area north to the City limits.
(c) 
From the Rock River north of the Pedestrian Bridge at East Dayton Street and west across Highway 67/Main Street to 121 North Main Street (Kwik Trip).
(d) 
From County Road TW (South), south of Highway 28/Horicon Street, across Highway 28/Horicon Street to 1400 Horicon Street (BP Gas Station).
(e) 
From County Road TW (North) east across County Road TW to rear access drive to 701 South Mountain Drive (Mayville Inn).
(f) 
The eastbound lane of traffic on Highway Y/South German Street from McArthur Road east to the corporate City limits (ATV/UTV only).
F. 
Use of trails. Routes or trails are to be used only for ingress to and egress from the City, it being the intention to provide said trails or routes only to get through the City. Any use other than for ingress or egress is prohibited.
G. 
Hours of operation restricted. No person shall operate a snowmobile, all-terrain vehicle or utility terrain vehicle anywhere within the City between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.
H. 
Speed limit (Am. Ord. No. 913-01 § 1). No person shall operate any motorized vehicle, all-terrain vehicle, utility terrain vehicle or snowmobile in the City at a speed in excess of 25 miles per hour.
I. 
Permitting operation by improper persons prohibited. No owner or person having charge or control of a snowmobile, all-terrain vehicle or utility terrain vehicle shall authorize or permit any person to operate such snowmobile, all-terrain vehicle or utility terrain vehicle who is not permitted under state law to operate such snowmobile, all-terrain vehicle or utility terrain vehicle, or who is under the influence of an intoxicant or a dangerous narcotic drug.
J. 
Operation while under influence prohibited. Section 346.63, Wis. Stats., shall apply to the operation of a snowmobile, all-terrain or utility terrain vehicle any place within the City.
K. 
Penalty. Any person who shall violate any of the provisions of this section shall be subject to a forfeiture as provided in § 1-4 of this Code.
L. 
City Clerk to file section. Pursuant to § 250.47, Wis. Stats., the City Clerk is hereby and directed to send a copy of this section to the Department of Natural Resources, the Police Department and the County Sheriff's Department.
A. 
Defined. "Bicycle" shall mean every device propelled by the feet acting upon pedals and having two wheels or having wheels any two of which are 20 inches or more in diameter.
B. 
Registration required. It is unlawful for any person to operate a bicycle owned by a resident of the City or kept in the City upon any City street unless the bicycle is properly registered and licensed as provided in this section.
C. 
Registration procedure.
(1) 
Registration shall be made by filing with the Police Department the name and address of the owner together with a complete description of the bicycle on forms provided by the Department and by paying a registration fee as set by the Common Council. Registrations shall be serially numbered and kept on file in the Police Department as a public record.
(2) 
Upon registration of a bicycle, the Department shall cause a license to be securely affixed upon the bicycle in a prominent place. The licenses shall be serially numbered to correspond with the registration numbers. Such license shall remain affixed to the bicycle unless removed by the Department for cause or upon a change of ownership requiring registration under Subsection G below.
(3) 
In case of theft or loss, a duplicate license shall be issued upon payment of a fee covering the cost of such license.
D. 
Payment of fees. Registration fees, collected by the Police Department, shall be paid monthly to the City Treasurer-Comptroller for deposit in such City account as he designates.
E. 
Unsafe bicycles; suspension of license. No bicycle shall be registered which is in an unsafe mechanical condition. The Chief of Police shall have authority to suspend the registration of and remove the license plate from any bicycle operated contrary to any state law or City ordinance or operated while in unsafe mechanical condition, such suspension and removal to continue for a period not to exceed 10 days, provided that such registration shall not be reinstated or such license plate be replaced while such bicycle is in unsafe mechanical condition. Such suspension and removal shall be in addition to other penalties provided in § 397-18 of this chapter.
F. 
Destruction of license or frame number prohibited. No person shall willfully remove, deface or destroy any bicycle license or any bicycle frame number.
G. 
License transfer. Within seven days after any bicycle registered under the provisions of this section has changed ownership or is taken out of operation, the new owner shall report such information to the Police Department. In case of change of ownership, the bicycle shall be reregistered. However, no reregistration or fee shall be required unless ownership is transferred to a person who is not a member of the immediate family of the registrant.
H. 
Dealer requirements.
(1) 
All persons engaged in the business of buying and selling secondhand bicycles are required to make a monthly report to the Police Department giving the name and address of the person from whom and to whom each bicycle is purchased and sold, the frame number thereof and the number of the old license plate, if any.
(2) 
No person engaged in the business of buying and selling secondhand bicycles shall purchase any secondhand bicycle from a minor under 18 years of age.
I. 
Rules of the road. In addition to the statutory rules of the road applicable to bicycles, adopted by reference in § 397-1 of this chapter, the following rules shall apply:
(1) 
Whenever a usable path for bicycles has been provided adjacent to a roadway, bicycle riders shall use such path and shall not use the roadway.
(2) 
No person shall ride a bicycle upon a sidewalk.
(3) 
No person under the age of eight shall operate a bicycle licensed under this section on any public street in the City.
[Added by Ord. No. 799-94]
A. 
No person shall roller-skate, roller-blade or operate a skateboard on the sidewalk located in the Main Street Business District between Horicon Street and Buchanan Street.
B. 
No person shall roller-blade on any state highway in the City.
C. 
No person shall roller-blade on Clark Street from Horicon Street north to Kekoskee Street.
D. 
No person shall roller-blade on Bridge Street from Main Street west to John Street.
E. 
No person shall roller-blade on any street located in the truck route in the City of Mayville, those streets of the truck route being listed in § 397-3D(6) of this chapter.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
No person shall sleigh ride on any City street except on streets designated by the Chief of Police.
[Added by Ord. No. 901-2000]
A. 
No person shall use motor vehicle brakes within the City limits of the City of Mayville which are in any way activated or operated by the compression of the engine of any such motor vehicle or any unit or part thereof.
B. 
Any person violating the provisions of this section shall have committed a traffic offense and a penalty shall be imposed as provided in § 1-4 of this Code.
C. 
The Street Superintendent is authorized and directed to post appropriate signs consistent with the provision of this section.
D. 
All other terms and provisions of this chapter shall remain in full force and effect unless specifically modified therein.
E. 
All emergency/municipal vehicles are exempt from this section.
The penalty for violation of any provision of this chapter shall be a forfeiture as hereafter provided, together with statutory court costs and penalty assessment, if applicable.
A. 
State forfeiture statutes. Forfeitures for violation of §§ 340.01 to 348.28, Wis. Stats., shall conform to the forfeiture permitted to be imposed for violation of the statutes adopted by reference, including any variations or increases for subsequent offenses.
B. 
State fine statutes. The forfeiture for violation of any statute adopted by reference hereunder for which the penalty is a fine shall not exceed the maximum fine permitted under such statute.
C. 
Local regulations. The penalty for violations of §§ 397-2 through 397-16 of this chapter shall be as provided in § 1-4 of this Code.
D. 
Penalty for overtime parking violations. Notwithstanding any other penalty provided in this chapter, the forfeiture for overtime parking violations, other than those for violations contained in the state statutes as adopted by reference in § 397-1 of this chapter, shall be as hereinafter provided in addition to any costs associated with the prosecution thereof which are required or authorized by state statute or administrative regulation, as follows:
[Added by Ord. No. 844-97]
(1) 
Ten dollars if paid within five days of the issuance of the violation citation.
(2) 
Twenty dollars if paid after five days but within 10 days.
(3) 
Thirty dollars if paid after 10 days.
A. 
Enforcement procedure. This chapter shall be enforced in accordance with the provisions of §§ 345.20 to 345.53, Ch. 799 and § 66.0114, Wis. Stats.
B. 
Duty of police to enforce. City police officers shall enforce all the provisions of this chapter. Parking attendants are authorized to issue citations for nonmoving violations.
C. 
Uniform citation. The uniform citation promulgated under § 345.11, Wis. Stats., shall be used for all moving and nonmoving traffic violations, except parking violations.
D. 
Notice of demerit points and receipts. Every officer accepting a forfeited penalty or money deposit under this chapter shall receipt therefor in triplicate as provided in § 345.26(3)(b), Wis. Stats. Every officer accepting a stipulation under the provisions of this chapter shall comply with the provisions of §§ 343.28, 345.26(1)(a) and 345.27(2), Wis. Stats.
E. 
Parking citations. Citations for all parking violations under this chapter shall conform to § 345.28, Wis. Stats., and shall permit direct mail payment of the applicable forfeiture to the Police Department within 10 days of the issuance of the citation in lieu of a court appearance. Overtime parking forfeitures may be paid at the Police Department. The citation shall specify thereon the amount of the applicable forfeiture as provided in this chapter.
F. 
Registration record of vehicle as evidence. When any vehicle is found upon a street, highway or other public right-of-way in violation of any provision of this chapter regulating the stopping, standing or parking of vehicles and the identity of the operator cannot be determined, the owner as shown by the ownership registration of the vehicle supplied by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, or a comparable authority of any other state, shall be deemed to have committed the violation for purposes of the enforcement of this section and shall be subject to the applicable forfeiture penalty; provided, however, that the defenses defined and described in § 346.485(5), Wis. Stats., shall be a defense for an owner charged with such violation.
G. 
Traffic violation and registration program. Pursuant to the provisions of § 345.28(4), Wis. Stats., the City elects to participate in the nonmoving traffic violation and registration program of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and pay the costs established by the Department under § 85.13, Wis. Stats. Such costs shall in turn be assessed against persons charged with nonmoving traffic violations. The City Attorney shall be responsible for complying with the requirements set forth in § 345.28(4), Wis. Stats.
H. 
Deposit schedule. Every police officer issuing a citation for any violation of this chapter shall indicate on the citation the amount of the deposit that the alleged violator may make in lieu of court appearance. The amount of the deposit shall be determined in accordance with the City Bond Schedule.
I. 
Disposition of deposits. Any Police Department employee accepting deposits or forfeited penalties under this chapter shall deliver them to the County Clerk of Courts within 20 days after receipt, except for parking forfeitures which shall be turned over to the City Treasurer-Comptroller.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).