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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 17.104 4500 Block of Chouteau Avenue Residential Parking District

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Chapter 17.104
4500 Block of Chouteau Avenue Residential Parking District

Sections:

17.104.010 Definitions.
17.104.020 Designation of residential parking zones.
17.104.030 Permit use.
17.104.040 Permit issuance.
17.104.050 Penalty for violation.

17.104.010 Definitions.

A. "The 4500 Block of Chouteau Ave. Residential Parking District" is the 4500 Block of Chouteau Avenue and the adjoining section of "Old" south Kingshighway Boulevard that is bounded on the south by Gibson Avenue and Bounded on the north by Chouteau Avenue.

B. "Parking permit" is a valid resident or visitor parking permit issued for the 4500 Block of Chouteau Ave. Residential Parking District by the Traffic and Transportation Administrator of the City of St. Louis.

C. "Resident" is a person who lives in property abutting a street designated in whole or in part as a residential parking zone.

D. "Residential parking zone" is any street, or any portion of a street, within the boundaries of the 4500 Block of Chouteau Avenue Residential Parking District which is designated and posted by the Traffic and Transportation Administrator as a residential parking zone with specific parking restrictions.

E. "Visitor" is any person who is a household guest, a visitor, a worker performing services for, or domestic help for, a resident.
(Ord. 67530 1, 2007.)

17.104.020 Designation of residential parking zones.

The Traffic and Transportation Administrator is hereby authorized to designate the location and restrictions for curb parking of residential parking zones within the 4500 Block of Chouteau Avenue Residential Parking District on any street, or any portion of a street, on which the predominant land used is zoned A single-family dwelling district, when 65 percent of the registered voters living on said street indicate by petition that they desire a street, or a portion of a street, to be made a residential parking zone and when the Alderman from the ward, wherein the street is located, indicate that such Alderman recommends the designation.
(Ord. 67530 2, 2007.)

17.104.030 Permit use.

A. When signs are erected upon streets in residential parking zones designating "Residential Permit Parking Only" during certain hours of the day on certain days, no person, firm or corporation shall park or cause to be parked any vehicle during such hours of such days that does not display either a resident or visitor parking permit. B. When signs are erected upon streets in residential parking zones restricting public curb parking to certain amounts of time during certain hours of the day on certain days, no person, firm or corporation shall park or cause to be parked in excess of the prescribed parking time limit any vehicle that does not display either a resident or visitor parking permit.
(Ord. 67530 3, 2007.)

17.104.040 Permit issuance.

The Traffic and Transportation Administrator may issue annual parking permits to the residents of any designated residential parking zone. The Traffic and Transportation Administrator may designate an individual or group of individuals residing within the 4500 Block of Chouteau Avenue Residential Parking District, at no cost to the City, to procure, assign and distribute such annual parking permits, and to procure and install such signs.
(Ord. 67530 4, 2007.)

17.104.050 Penalty for violation.

A. Any person, firm or corporation who shall park or cause to be parked any vehicle in violation of the provisions of this chapter shall upon the conviction thereof be fined twenty dollars ($20.00) for each such offense.

B. Any person, firm or corporation who shall distribute a resident or visitor parking permit to any person, firm or corporation not authorized to display such parking permit shall have his or her parking permits suspended by the Traffic and Transportation Administrator for a period not to exceed one year.
(Ord. 67530 5, 2007.)

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