Borough of Zelienople, PA
Butler County
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Table of Contents
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Zelienople 12-11-1995 by Ord. No. 715 (Ch. 15 of the 1995 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Transient retail business — See Ch. 180, Art. I.
Skateboards and scooters — See Ch. 213.
Snow and ice removal on streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 232, Art. I.
Abandoned or junked vehicles — See Ch. 258.
Article I General Regulations

§ 260-1 Definitions and interpretation.

§ 260-2 Manner of adopting permanent traffic and parking regulations.

§ 260-3 Provisions to be continuation of existing regulations.

§ 260-4 Temporary and emergency regulations.

§ 260-5 Experimental regulations.

§ 260-6 Traffic on streets closed or restricted for construction, maintenance or special events.

§ 260-7 Use of streets by processions and assemblages.

§ 260-8 Authority of police officers.

§ 260-9 Authorization for use of speed-timing devices.

Article II Traffic Regulations

§ 260-10 Maximum speed limits established on certain streets.

§ 260-11 Maximum speed limits established on certain bridges and elevated structures.

§ 260-12 Maximum speed limits established for certain vehicles on hazardous grades.

§ 260-13 Maximum speed limits established in parks.

§ 260-13.1 Special school zone speed limits.

§ 260-14 Traffic signals at certain locations.

§ 260-15 Intersections where turn prohibited on red signal.

§ 260-16 One-way streets established.

§ 260-17 Turning at certain intersections prohibited or restricted.

§ 260-18 Right turns only permitted at certain intersections.

§ 260-19 U-turns prohibited at certain locations.

§ 260-20 No-passing zones established.

§ 260-21 Through highways established.

§ 260-22 Stop intersections established.

§ 260-23 Yield intersections established.

§ 260-24 Operation of motor vehicles restricted on public lands.

§ 260-25 Rotary traffic islands established.

§ 260-26 Play highways established and authorized.

§ 260-27 Snowmobile roads designated.

§ 260-28 Skateboards.

§ 260-29 Flashing warning devices.

Article III Restrictions on Size, Weight and Type of Vehicle and Load

§ 260-30 Vehicle weight limits established on certain streets and bridges.

§ 260-31 Restrictions on size of vehicles on certain streets and bridges.

§ 260-32 Restrictions as to weight and size of vehicles on certain streets and bridges.

§ 260-33 Truck traffic restricted on certain streets.

Article IV General Parking Regulations

§ 260-34 Vehicles to be parked within marked spaces.

§ 260-35 Parking prohibited at all times in certain locations.

§ 260-36 Parking prohibited in certain locations and certain days and hours.

§ 260-37 Parking of trucks, buses and certain other vehicles prohibited in certain locations.

§ 260-38 Additional procedures for parking of trucks, trailers, buses, recreational vehicles, and all similar types of motor vehicles.

§ 260-39 Parking time limited in certain locations certain days and hours.

§ 260-40 Special-purpose parking zones established; parking otherwise prohibited.

§ 260-41 Standing or parking on roadway for loading or unloading.

§ 260-42 Angle parking required on portions of certain streets.

§ 260-43 Residential permit parking.

§ 260-44 Violations and penalties.

Article V On-Street Metered Parking

§ 260-45 Parking meter zone established.

§ 260-46 Days and hours parking meters in operation and parking time limits apply.

§ 260-47 Placement and characteristics of parking meters.

§ 260-48 Parked vehicles to be wholly within marked spaces.

§ 260-49 Coin deposit in meter; overtime parking unlawful.

§ 260-50 Unlawful to deposit substitute for coin in meter.

§ 260-51 Unlawful to deposit coin in meter to extend parking time beyond legal limit.

§ 260-52 Unlawful to remain parked at meter showing violation.

§ 260-53 Unlawful to tamper with meter.

§ 260-54 Ticketing of vehicles parked unlawfully; effect of payment within 48 hours.

§ 260-55 Violations and penalties.

§ 260-56 Exceptions.

§ 260-57 Parking by permit.

§ 260-57.1 Two-hour parking.

Article VI Off-Street Metered Parking

§ 260-58 Metered parking lots established.

§ 260-59 Placement and characteristics of parking meters.

§ 260-60 Reserved parking spaces for handicapped may be provided.

§ 260-61 Parked vehicles to be wholly within marked spaces.

§ 260-62 Manner of parking at meters.

§ 260-63 Coin deposit in meter; overtime parking unlawful.

§ 260-64 Unlawful to deposit substitute for coin in meter.

§ 260-65 Unlawful to remain parked at a meter showing violation.

§ 260-66 Unlawful to tamper with meter.

§ 260-67 Metered parking lots for certain types of vehicles only.

§ 260-68 Ticketing of vehicles parked unlawfully; effect of payment within 48 hours.

§ 260-69 Violations and penalties.

§ 260-70 Parking by permit.

§ 260-70.1 Parking in municipal lots.

§ 260-70.2 Alternatives to off-street metered parking.

Article VII Off-Street Unmetered Parking

§ 260-71 Unmetered parking lots established.

§ 260-72 Reserved parking spaces for handicapped may be provided.

§ 260-73 Unlawful to park overtime or when lot closed.

§ 260-74 Unmetered lots for certain types of vehicles.

§ 260-75 Manner of parking.

§ 260-76 Parking on rental basis only.

§ 260-77 Violations and penalties.

Article VIII Removal and Impoundment of Illegally Parked Vehicles

§ 260-78 Applicability and scope.

§ 260-79 Authority to remove and impound.

§ 260-80 Tow-away zones designated.

§ 260-81 Designation of approved storage garages; bonding; towing and storage.

§ 260-82 Payment of towing and storage charges.

§ 260-83 Reclamation cost.

§ 260-84 Records of vehicles removed and impounded.

§ 260-85 Restrictions upon removal of vehicles.

§ 260-86 Violations and penalties.

§ 260-87 Reports and disposition of unclaimed vehicles.

Article IX Snow and Ice Emergency; Snow Removal Conditions

§ 260-88 Declaration of snow and ice emergency.

§ 260-89 Parking prohibited, driving motor vehicles restricted on snow emergency routes during emergency.

§ 260-90 Snow emergency routes and snow removal designations.

§ 260-91 Violations and penalties.

§ 260-92 Definitions.

§ 260-93 Procedures to assist in removal of snow accumulation.

§ 260-94 Unlawful to park or leave unattended vehicles on snow removal streets.

§ 260-95 Snow tires or chains required.

§ 260-96 Violations and penalties.

§ 260-97 Conflict with other ordinances.

§ 260-98 Intention and purpose.

Article X Regulation of Pedacycles and Nonmotorized Vehicles

§ 260-99 Riding and parking of pedacycles on sidewalks along certain streets prohibited.

§ 260-100 Restrictions on use of pushcarts.

§ 260-101 Skates, skateboards, coasters, sleds and other toy vehicles.

Article XI Pedestrian Regulations

§ 260-102 Pedestrians to obey traffic control signs.

§ 260-103 Pedestrian control signal locations established.

§ 260-104 Locations where pedestrian crossing in unmarked crosswalks restricted.

§ 260-105 Locations where pedestrian may cross only in crosswalk.

§ 260-106 Violations and penalties.

Article XII Flow of Traffic Around Municipal Building

§ 260-107 No parking or stopping.

§ 260-108 Enforcement.

§ 260-109 Violations and penalties.