City of Marshfield, MO
Webster County
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The following Schedule, as authorized by Section 365.070 and Chapter 365, shall restrict certain vehicles from parking on certain streets at certain times as indicated:

Table V-A Vehicle with 1 1/2 Ton Capacity—Parking Restricted—Where.

[R.O. 2014 Sch. V, Tbl. V-A]
Ordinance
Location
Restriction
69
On that part of Clay Street lying between Madison Street and Jefferson Street.
Vehicles with capacity of 1 1/2 tons-no parking anytime except when loading or unloading
On that part of Jefferson Street lying between Clay Street and Crittenden Street.
Vehicles with capacity of 1 1/2 tons-no parking anytime except when loading or unloading
On that part of Crittenden Street lying between Jefferson Street and Madison Street.
Vehicles with capacity of 1 1/2 tons-no parking anytime except when loading or unloading
On that part of Madison Street lying between Crittenden Street and Clay Street.
Vehicles with capacity of 1 1/2 tons-no parking anytime except when loading or unloading
On any part of the Public Square.
Vehicles with capacity of 1 1/2 tons-no parking anytime except when loading or unloading
340
On either side of West Jackson Street, between Marshall Street and Clay Street.
No parking anytime

Table V-B Restrictions on Certain Parking Lots.

[R.O. 2014 Sch. V, Tbl. V-B; Ord. No. 485 §§ 1-4, 8-9, 6-13-1985]
Ordinance
Location
Restriction
485
The parking lots in any of the Marshfield City parks including but not limited to the park at 798 South Marshall Street (Shook Field and the tennis courts); the park containing Garst Drive (the Marshfield Pool and Webster County Fairgrounds); the park located between North Marshall Street and Banning Street and Hubble Drive (shelter house lot); Frisco Park; and Massey Park.
The parking lot surrounding the Marshfield City Hall at 798 South Marshall Street.
The City parking lot located between North Marshall Street and North Crittenden Street and adjacent to the Marshfield Fire Department.
Vehicles bearing a license in excess of twelve thousand (12,000) pounds, or any unlicensed truck or trailer.
1074
On either side of West Washington Street between Clay Street and White Oak Street
Vehicles having a greater gross weight than twelve thousand (12,000) pounds—no parking any time except when loading or unloading.
1.
The provisions of this Table shall not apply to any truck actually making a local delivery, and loading and/or unloading at one (1) of the locations set forth in this Table, provided the driver of said truck stays with the truck at all times; if the driver of the truck is not with the truck, the provisions of this Table shall apply.
2.
The provisions of this Table shall not apply to any truck belonging to the City of Marshfield, the County of Webster, or the State of Missouri.
3.
The provisions of this Table shall not apply to the City park on North Marshall Street containing Garst Drive (the Webster County Fair Grounds) during those days of the year when said park is used for the Webster County Fair as authorized by the Webster County Fair Board.
4.
In addition to any other penalties hereinafter provided, members of the Police Department of the City of Marshfield, are authorized to have any truck and/or unattended trailer in violation of this Table towed away and removed from the prohibited parking location to a garage or location designated by the Police Department, by any tow service designated by the Police Department, and the costs of towing and storage of said truck and/or trailer shall be paid by the owner of said truck or trailer. Whenever such a truck or trailer is removed, and the Police Officer knows, or is able to ascertain from the registration records, the name and address of the owner thereof, such officer shall immediately give or cause to be given notice in writing, by regular mail, to such owner of the fact of such removal and the reason therefore, and of the place to which such vehicle has been removed.
In the event any such vehicle is stored in a public garage, a copy of such notice shall be given to the proprietor of such garage. In the event the vehicle is not claimed by the owner within a period of three (3) days, then the officer shall immediately send, or cause to be sent, a written report of such removal by mail to the State Department of Revenue whose duty it is to register motor vehicles, and shall file a copy of such notice with the proprietor of any public garage in which such vehicle may be stored. Such notice shall include a complete description of the vehicle, the date, time, and place from which removed, the reasons for such removal, and the name of the garage or place where the vehicle is stored.
5.
In case any truck and/or unattached trailer, licensed in excess of twelve thousand (12,000) pounds, or unlicensed, is parked in violation of the provisions of this Table, the operator and/or owner of said truck and/or trailer shall be guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than one hundred dollars ($100.00) and not more than two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) for each and every day that such violation continues, but not more than two (2) days, or by imprisonment at a location to be designated by the City for a term of not less than seven (7) days or more than thirty (30) days, plus court costs.