Village of LeRoy, NY
Genesee County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of LeRoy as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]

Abandoned vehicles — See Ch. 197.

Vehicles and traffic — See Ch. 201.

Property Other Than Streets (§ 149-1 — § 149-7) 

Yards (§ 149-8 — § 149-12) 

[Adopted 3-12-1979 by L.L. No. 1-1979]

§ 149-1
Parking without consent. 

§ 149-2
Sign to be posted. 

§ 149-3

§ 149-4
Obstructing entrances or exits. 

§ 149-5
Request for enforcement. 

§ 149-6
Parking prohibited completely. 

§ 149-7
Penalties for offenses. 

No person shall park, stand, store or leave a motor vehicle on any publicly or privately owned premises or property, parking areas or parking lots, without the consent and permission of the owner or lessee of such premises.


To effectuate the prohibition on such premises as above described, a conspicuous sign or signs shall be posted at the entrances to such parking lots or parking areas informing the public as to the permitted condition of parking thereon. A sign as hereinafter described shall be deemed substantial compliance with this section.

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Such signs shall be at least two feet high by three feet wide, with red lettering of a size not less than above indicated upon a white background. The words "police enforcement" and "under penalty of law" on such signs shall be construed, among other things, to mean a request by the owner or lessee that the police or special patrolmen shall enforce the provisions of this section against persons parking, standing, storing or leaving vehicles on such premises without the consent of the owner or lessee, and that the police are authorized to enter upon such premises to enforce the provisions of this local law. Such signs shall state the conditions of parking or the persons authorized by the owner or lessee to use said premises for parking or both, and persons not included within such authorization or violating the regulations and conditions set out on said signs shall be deemed to be using said premises unlawfully without the authority and consent of the owner or lessee.


This article may be enforced by the police or special patrolmen in the same manner as elsewhere provided for the enforcement of traffic or parking ordinances, including the use of tags, summonses and towing, and any other procedure authorized by law.


Proof of ownership of a vehicle shall be presumptive evidence in action for enforcement of this law that the owner parked or caused his vehicle to be parked on such premises.

If such premises adjoin or abut upon a building or structure whose entrances or exits open upon such parking area, no vehicles shall be left parked, standing or placed in such a manner as to obstruct such entrances or exits, and a clear unobstructed passage shall be maintained and left open from such entrances or exits to the street or public right of way; such passageway shall be equal in width to the width of said entrances or exits in each instance, but in no case shall be less than five feet wide, and shall permit persons to enter and leave such building or structure with safety. A sign attached to such building or structure at the place of such entrances or exits shall inform users of such restrictions, and failure to obey the regulations herein contained shall be deemed a violation of this article.


On demand of the police, any owner or lessee requesting police enforcement of this article shall furnish to the police a statement in writing, signed by him or his agent, to the effect that a specified vehicle was unlawfully parked, stored or left upon his premises at a certain time or during a certain period without his consent or permission, and such owner or lessee shall be available to testify to such facts in court at the request of the police.


Failure of an owner or lessee to comply with the request of the police as above set out shall be sufficient cause for the Chief of Police or his subordinates to cease enforcing this article at the premises of such owner or lessee who fails to give the cooperation required herein.


Where the owner of premises desired to prohibit completely parking thereon, he may notify the public to that effect by a conspicuous sign or signs placed on said premises stating in substance:


Such sign shall be not less than 18 inches in height by 24 inches in width, with red lettering not less than two inches high upon a white background. Any person who parks or leaves a vehicle on such posted premises shall be deemed in violation of this article.

A violation of this article shall be deemed an offense and shall be punishable by a fine in an amount not to exceed $25.

[Adopted 8-25-1986 by L.L. No. 1-1986]

§ 149-8

§ 149-9
Parking in yards. 

§ 149-10

§ 149-11

§ 149-12
Penalties for offenses. 

This article shall be known as "Parking Prohibited in Front Yards and Side Yards of Corner Lots."

The parking of automobiles, buses, motorcycles, trailers, snowmobiles and other vehicles in the front yard of lots and side yards of corner lots, as hereinafter defined, within the Village of LeRoy is prohibited.

As used in this article, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:

An open unoccupied space on the same lot with the building situated between the front of the building and the curbline of the street on which the lot is situated and extended from side lot line to side lot line. The term "front yard" is not intended to include all or any part of a driveway, paved or unpaved. Total driveway width can not exceed 24 feet or 50% of lot width, whichever is smaller. This driveway width may be divided between two driveways.
An open unoccupied space of a corner lot which is situated between the side of a building and the curbline of the side street. The term "side yard" is not intended to include all or any part of a driveway, paved or unpaved. Total driveway width can not exceed 24 feet or 50% of lot width, whichever is smaller. This driveway width may be divided between two driveways. Total driveway width, including front and side yards for the lot, can not exceed 24 feet or 50% of the lot width, whichever is smaller. For the purpose of this definition, each lot which has a continuous driveway with two openings shall be allowed to have a maximum combined width for both openings in the total amount of 32 feet or 50% of the lot width, whichever is smaller.

This article shall apply to residential and apartment buildings but shall not apply to duly licensed hotels, professional buildings and commercial enterprises.

Any person, firm, corporation who shall violate the provisions of this article shall be subject to a fine not exceeding the sum of $100, in the discretion of the Judge of the of the Village Justice Court. Further, each day that a violation exists shall constitute a separate violation under the terms of this article.