[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Hempstead 2-17-1981 by L.L. No. 4-1981. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Licensing provisions — See Ch. 86.
Editor's Note: Parking field business provisions were adopted as Art. VI of L.L. No. 4-1981, which law relates as well to Ch. 48, Boardinghouses and Rooming Houses; Ch. 68, Food-Handling Establishments; Ch. 71, Garage Sales; Ch. 82, Junk Dealers; Ch. 86, Licensing and Business Regulations; Ch. 97, Peddlers and Solicitors; Ch. 109, Secondhand Dealers; and Ch. 124, Theaters.
No person shall operate a parking field business within the Village without first obtaining a license therefor; except that for any parking field where the length of parking time is unlimited and no consent, special privilege, fee or obligation is required, no such license shall be required.
No commercial vehicle shall be parked in any parking field licensed pursuant to this chapter between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 7:00 a.m.
The side and rear of a parking field requiring a license pursuant to this chapter, abutting any area or zone designated as a residence zone, must be screened, not less than six feet in height, with evergreen screening or a chain link fence with appropriate inserts placed and maintained so that vehicular lights will be obstructed and precluded from shining onto the residence-zoned property.
A parking field required to be licensed pursuant to this chapter shall be graded so that the drainage water will be deposited in the approximate center of the field and shall drain into adequate dry wells.
A parking field required to be licensed pursuant to this chapter shall be paved with asphalt or concrete which will create a durable and permanent surface and shall be marked so as to delineate parking spaces and accessways.
A parking field required to be licensed pursuant to this chapter may be entered upon by the police and other appropriate Village officials at any time for the purposes of inspection and law enforcement.