[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Waterford 6-5-1984 by resolution. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Fire prevention and building construction — See Ch. 88.
Vehicles and traffic — See Ch. 158.
The following are designated as fire lanes within the Town of Waterford, and, in the areas described, no parking shall be permitted as follows:
First Avenue: beginning at a point on the westerly side of First Avenue with its intersection at River Street and proceeding 30 feet in a northerly direction to a point, such being the easterly boundary of a parcel of land identified on the Tax Maps of the Town of Waterford as Section 295.12, Block 1, Lot 26.
Museum Lane: on the south side from Saratoga Avenue and continuing along the existing fence line the entire length of the lane.
Van Derwerken Avenue: beginning at a point on Van Derwerken Avenue which is at the intersection of Grace Street with Van Derwerken Avenue on the westerly side of Van Derwerken Avenue, which is identified on the Tax Maps of the Town of Waterford as Section 295.08, Block 2, Lot 7, and continuing from such point in an easterly direction 150 feet, such being the entire frontage of Tax Map parcel Section 295.08, Block 2, Lot 7.
Grace Street: on the north side from Grove Street and continuing in an easterly direction to First Avenue.
Fulton Street: on the south side from Saratoga Avenue the entire length of the roadway.
The Town Superintendent of Highways is hereby authorized and directed to post appropriate signs having substantially the following instructions: FIRE LANE NO PARKING VIOLATORS WILL BE TOWED.
After appropriate signs have been erected, officials of the Town of Waterford, upon finding a vehicle or obstruction in violation of this chapter, may direct that such vehicle be towed or such obstruction be removed from the fire lane and that all expenses relative to the towing, removal and storage shall be the responsibility of the owner of the vehicle or obstruction.