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When signs are erected and in place giving notice of the manner or of the time limit during which a person may stop, stand or park a vehicle upon any street, or a portion of a street, in the unincorporated area, no person shall stop, stand or park any vehicle on any such street, or part thereof, which is so signed in any different manner or for a period of time longer than is specified by such signs between the hours stated on such signs on any day, except a Sunday or holiday. (Ord. 237, § 1, 6/9/1947)
All motor vehicles parking upon streets in the unincorporated area shall stop, stand or park off the main traveled way, and it shall be deemed a violation of this chapter to park parallel to, or to the rear of, any line of parked cars (double parking). (Ord. 237, § 2, 6/9/1947; Ord. 2351, § 14, 12/6/2005)
Whenever the Sheriff shall determine that an emergency traffic congestion is likely to result from the holding of public or private assemblages, gatherings or functions, or for other reasons, he shall have power and authority to order a temporary sign or signs to be erected or posted indicating that the operation, parking or standing of vehicles is prohibited on any street or streets, road or highway, as he shall direct, during the time such temporary sign or signs are in place. Such sign or signs shall remain in place only during the existence of such emergency, and the Sheriff shall cause such sign or signs to be removed promptly thereafter. When such sign or signs are in place giving notice thereof, no person shall operate, park or stand any vehicle contrary to the directions and provisions of such sign or signs. (Ord. 237, § 3, 6/9/1947; Ord. 2351, § 14, 12/6/2005)
Pursuant to Vehicle Code § 42001, it shall be unlawful and an infraction for any person to violate any section of this chapter. Every person convicted of such an infraction shall be punished upon a first conviction by a fine not exceeding One Hundred Dollars ($100.00), and for a second conviction within a period of one (1) year by a fine not exceeding Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00), and for a third or any subsequent conviction within said period of one (1) year by a fine not exceeding Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($250.00). This penalty provision will apply unless another provision is specified by a particular section of this chapter. (Ord. 432, § 4, 5/8/1962; Ord. 2351, § 14, 12/6/2005)