Egg Harbor City, NJ
Atlantic County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Common Council of the City of Egg Harbor City as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Towing — See Ch. 251.
Vehicles and traffic — See Ch. 259.
Recreational vehicles — See Ch. 266.
[Adopted 5-10-2012 by Ord. No. 7-2012[1]]
[1]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also superseded former Art. I, Handicapped Parking, adopted 9-10-2009 by Ord. No. 14-2009; amended in its entirety 6-24-2010 by Ord. No. 15-2010.
In accordance with the provisions of N.J.S.A. 39:4-197, the following street location(s) are designated as handicapped parking spaces. Such spaces are for use by persons who have been issued special identification cards or plates or placards by the Division of Motor Vehicles, or a temporary placard issued by the Chief of Police. No other person shall be permitted to park in these spaces.
Street
Location
Philadelphia Avenue (County Route 563) (east side)
Beginning at a point 303 feet north of the northerly curbline of Arago Street and extending to a point 25.50 feet northerly therefrom, the latter point being the point of a forty-five-degree angle in the easterly curbline of Philadelphia Avenue (one nine-foot-wide forty-five-degree-angle parking space with nine-foot-wide access lane)
Philadelphia Avenue (County Route 563) (east side)
Beginning at a point 367 feet north of the northerly curbline of Arago Street and extending to a point 25.50 feet northerly therefrom, the latter point being the point of a forty-five-degree angle in the easterly curbline of Philadelphia Avenue (one nine-foot-wide forty-five-degree-angle parking space with nine-foot-wide access lane)
Philadelphia Avenue (County Route 563) (east side)
Beginning at a point 328.50 feet north of the northerly curbline of White Horse Pike (U.S. Route 30) and extending to a point 25.50 feet northerly therefrom, the latter point being the point of a forty-five-degree angle in the easterly curbline of Philadelphia Avenue (one nine-foot-wide forty-five-degree-angle parking space with nine-foot-wide access lane)
Philadelphia Avenue (County Route 563) (east side)
Beginning at a point 392.50 feet north of the northerly curbline of White Horse Pike (U.S. Route 30) and extending to a point 25.50 feet northerly therefrom, the latter point being the point of a forty-five-degree angle in the easterly curbline of Philadelphia Avenue (one nine-foot-wide forty-five-degree-angle parking space with nine-foot-wide access lane)
Philadelphia Avenue (County Route 563) (west side)
Beginning at a point 288 feet north of the northerly curbline of Arago Street and extending to a point 25.50 feet northerly therefrom, the latter point being the point of a forty-five-degree angle in the easterly curbline of Philadelphia Avenue (one nine-foot-wide forty-five-degree-angle parking space with nine-foot-wide access lane)
Philadelphia Avenue (County Route 563) (west side)
Beginning at a point 350 feet north of the northerly curbline of Arago Street and extending to a point 25.50 feet northerly therefrom, the latter point being the point of a forty-five-degree angle in the easterly curbline of Philadelphia Avenue (one nine-foot-wide forty-five-degree-angle parking space with nine-foot-wide access lane)
Philadelphia Avenue (County Route 563) (west side)
Beginning at a point 313.50 feet north of the northerly curbline of White Horse Pike (U.S. Route 30) and extending to a point 25.50 feet northerly therefrom, the latter point being the point of a forty-five-degree angle in the easterly curbline of Philadelphia Avenue (one nine-foot-wide forty-five-degree-angle parking space with nine-foot-wide access lane)
Philadelphia Avenue (County Route 563) (west side)
Beginning at a point 377.50 feet north of the northerly curbline of White Horse Pike (U.S. Route 30) and extending to a point 25.50 feet northerly therefrom, the latter point being the point of a forty-five-degree angle in the easterly curbline of Philadelphia Avenue (one nine-foot-wide forty-five-degree-angle parking space with nine-foot-wide access lane)
[Adopted 8-11-2016 by Ord. No. 11-2016]
A. 
It shall be unlawful for any person who is not a resident or guest of a resident of the street to park a motor vehicle on the following streets near and around the high school, (more specifically designated below) without the designation of a residential permit on their vehicle. Permits shall be available from the City at City Hall. Permits shall permit a resident or a guest of a resident to park in the restricted area; however, only on the street directly in front of the residence of the resident to which the permit is issued.
B. 
The above stated requirement for a residential permit shall only apply from 6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. when the high school is in session.
C. 
A "resident" is defined as an individual who resides in a house on the streets in or around the high school designated as follows and the car that is parked in the street is in fact registered to said household. Each residential household will be entitled to receive two parking passes, with requests for additional passes to be provided upon evidence of a reasonable need for the same by the resident. A "guest" of a resident is an individual that is visiting a resident within the restricted zone outlined below who has been provided a guest permit by the resident. Permits shall be obtained at the office of the Municipal Clerk by the resident. A guest permit shall only entitle the guest to park along the perimeter of the lot to which the permit has been issued. Nothing contained in this article shall prevent residents from parking registered vehicles in their driveways or from permitting guests to park registered vehicles in their driveways without permits.
D. 
Any person violating any provision of this section, shall, upon conviction in Municipal Court of the City of Egg Harbor City, be fined an amount not exceeding $200.
E. 
The designated streets ("restricted zone"), are as follows and shall be marked by the appropriate signage:
Goethe Street
[Added 10-13-2016 by Ord. No. 14-2016]
Philadelphia Avenue to Hamburg Street
Hamburg Avenue
Moss Mill Road to Keppler Street
Humbold Street
Philadelphia Avenue to London Avenue
Irving Street
Philadelphia Avenue to London Avenue
Itzstein Street
Philadelphia Avenue to London Avenue
Kant Street
Philadelphia Avenue to Hamburg Avenue
Keppler Street
Philadelphia Avenue to London Avenue
Lessing Street
Philadelphia Avenue to London Avenue
Liebig Street
Philadelphia Avenue to London Avenue
Liverpool Avenue
Humbold Street to Liebig Street
London Avenue
Humbold Street to Liebig Street
New York Avenue
Moss Mill Road to Liebig Street
Norfolk Street
[Added 10-13-2016 by Ord. No. 14-2016]
Moss Mill Road to Liebig Street
The Egg Harbor City Cemetery
(Parking for funerals and grave site visitation shall be exempt)
Washington Street
[Added 10-13-2016 by Ord. No. 14-2016]
Moss Mill Road to Liebig Street
1st Terrace
Humbold Street to Liebig Street
2nd Terrace
Humbold Street to Liebig Street
3rd Terrace
Humbold Street to Liebig Street
4th Terrace
Humbold Street to Liebig Street
5th Terrace
Humbold Street to Liebig Street
F. 
The City shall be permitted through the adoption of any subsequent resolution to set a fee for the issuance of permits after the initial permits are issued.
G. 
To the extent the streets covered by this ordinance are covered by other ordinances establishing restrictions, those ordinances are hereby amended to exclude these streets from those restrictions.
H. 
If any part of this article is held to be invalid or unenforceable by any court of competent jurisdiction, it is the intent that the balance and remainder of this ordinance shall remain in full force and effect.
I. 
This article shall become effective immediately upon passage and publication in accordance with law and upon placement of appropriate signage.