Village of Wrightstown, WI
Brown County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Village Board of the Village of Wrightstown 10-5-1976 by Ord. No. 1-76 as Ch. 7 of the 1976 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Parks and recreation areas — See Ch. 135.
Peace and good order — See Ch. 139.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 170.
[Amended 11-30-1999 by Ord. No. 113099B; 5-20-2008 by Ord. No. 05202008; 3-15-2011 by Ord. No. 03152011; 9-6-2011 by Ord. No. 09062011; 4-6-2016 by Ord. No. 04062016]
Except as otherwise specifically provided in this chapter, the statutory provisions in Chapter Trans Code 102, 305, 325, 326, 327 and Chapters 340 to 350 of the Wisconsin Statutes, describing and defining regulations with respect to vehicles and traffic, exclusive of any regulations for which the statutory penalty is a fine or term of imprisonment, are hereby adopted and by reference made a part of this chapter. Any future amendments, revision or modifications of the statutory regulations in Chapter Trans Code 102, 305, 325, 326, 327 and Chapters 340 to 350 incorporated herein are intended to be made part of this chapter in order to secure, to the extent legally practicable, uniform statewide regulation of vehicle traffic on the highways, streets and alleys of the State of Wisconsin.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: The original section titled "List of state traffic laws adopted," which immediately followed this section, was deleted 11-30-1999 by Ord. No. 113099B.
[Amended 11-30-1999 by Ord. No. 113099B; 5-20-2008 by Ord. No. 05202008]
No operator of any vehicle, except physicians on emergency calls, shall park the vehicle upon any street, public highway or alley between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. in the Village from November 1 through March 31 without permission by the Police Department. In cases of construction, permission may be given by the Department of Public Works or Police Department. Any vehicle parked in violation of this section may be ticketed and/or towed at the owner’s expense.
[Added 5-20-2008 by Ord. No. 05202008]
A. 
Purpose. The purpose of this section is to clearly define acceptable areas for parking vehicles within the established front yard of private properties in order to address off-street parking issues and maintain the acceptable appearance of Village neighborhoods.
B. 
Seventy-two-hour limitation. No person, firm or corporation shall park or leave standing any automobile, truck, trailer, conveyance or vehicle of any description on any public streets or public parking lots in the Village of Wrightstown for a period of 72 or more consecutive hours in the same location at any time, without permission by the Police Department or Director of Public Works, except that where more restrictive parking limits have been established, the more restrictive limits shall apply. When any law enforcement officer shall find a vehicle standing upon a public street or parking lot in violation of the provisions of this section, he is authorized to move such a vehicle or to require the operator in charge thereof to move such vehicle to a position permitted under this chapter. The law enforcement officer may cause said vehicle to be removed to a proper impoundment and storage area within/without the Village where storage space is available and, in such case, the owner shall pay the costs of removing said vehicle and the storage fees on said vehicle before he may recover the possession thereof.
C. 
Posted limitations.
(1) 
The Village Board may designate certain streets or portions of streets as no parking or no stopping or standing zones or as zones for parking by physically handicapped persons and may limit the hours in which the restrictions apply. The Village shall mark, by appropriate signs, each zone so designated in accordance with the provisions of § 349.13, Wis. Stats.
(2) 
Except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the directions of a police officer or traffic control device, no person shall stop or park a vehicle in an established no stopping or standing zone when stopping or standing is prohibited. No vehicle shall be parked in a no parking zone during hours when parking is prohibited, except physicians on emergency calls or as permitted by state law or elsewhere by this Code of Ordinances.
(3) 
The Chief of Police is hereby granted the authority, within the reasonable exercise of police power to prohibit, limit the time or otherwise restrict the stopping, standing or parking of vehicles beyond the provisions of Chapter 346, Wis. Stats. The Village Board shall have the authority to restrict the turning or movement of heavy traffic and to impose special weight limitations on any highway or portions thereof which, because of the weakness of the roadbed due to deterioration or climatic conditions or other special or temporary conditions, would likely be seriously damaged or destroyed in the absence of any restrictions on heavy traffic movement or special weight limitations.
(4) 
No prohibition, restriction or limitation on parking or restriction on movement or turning of heavy traffic and imposition of special weight limits is effective unless official traffic control devices have been placed or erected indicating the particular prohibition, restriction or limitation.
(5) 
After the parking limitations on any given street have expired, any change of location of not more than one designated stall following expiration of the parking period allowed shall be and constitute a violation of this chapter.
D. 
No owner or person having control or charge of any vehicle which is not in good or safe operating condition or which may otherwise not be permitted by law to be operated or used upon public highways shall park or store such vehicles on any public street or highway or public property except as permitted by W.S.A. § 346.50.
[Added 5-20-2014 by Ord. No. 05202014]
[Added 5-20-2008 by Ord. No. 05202008]
A. 
Street maintenance. Whenever it is necessary to clear or repair a Village roadway or any part thereof, the Public Works Department and/or Police Department shall post such highways or parts thereof with signs bearing the words "No Parking." Such signs shall be erected at least two hours prior to the time that street maintenance work is to be commenced. No person shall park a motor vehicle in violation of such signs.
B. 
Temporary parking restrictions for special events. Pursuant to the provisions of § 349.13, Wis. Stats., the Chief of Police is authorized to direct that temporary limited parking signs be erected during parades, festivals and other authorized events that require the regulating of vehicle stopping, standing or parking on Village roadways. The temporary regulation shall be limited to the time the event exists or is likely to exist.
C. 
Parking during snow removal. No person shall park, place or leave standing any automobile, truck or other vehicle on any street or public way after one hour from the time such area has been designated and marked with signs or barriers by the Public Works Department and/or Police Department of the Village indicating no parking due to snow removal.
[Added 5-20-2008 by Ord. No. 05202008]
A. 
Parking prohibited at all times. Except temporarily for the purpose of and while actually engaged in loading or unloading or in receiving or discharging passengers or property and while the vehicle is attended by a licensed operator so that it may be moved promptly in case of an emergency or to avoid obstruction of traffic, no person shall at any time park or leave standing any vehicle:
(1) 
Within an intersection.
(2) 
On a crosswalk
(3) 
On a sidewalk or terrace area, except when parking in such place is clearly indicated by official traffic signs or markers. "Terrace or sidewalk area" means that area between the sidewalk and the nearest curbline running parallel or generally parallel thereto or, in the absence of a sidewalk, 10 feet beyond the curbline.
(4) 
Alongside or opposite any highway excavation or obstruction when such stopping or standing would obstruct traffic or when pedestrian traffic would be required to travel in the roadway.
(5) 
On the roadway side of any parked vehicle, unless double parking is clearly indicated by official traffic signs or markers.
(6) 
Within a fire lane consisting of either the driveway between the front doors of a fire station and the public street or in such places properly designated and marked as fire lanes ordered by the Fire Chief.
(7) 
Upon any portion of a highway where and at the time when stopping or standing is prohibited by official traffic signs indicating the prohibition of any stopping or standing.
(8) 
In any place or manner so as to obstruct, block or impede traffic.
(9) 
Within 10 feet of a fire hydrant, unless a greater distance is indicated by an official traffic sign.
(10) 
Upon any portion of a highway where and at the time when parking is prohibited, limited or restricted by official traffic signs.
(11) 
Upon any bridge.
(12) 
Upon any street or highway within the Village limits, any vehicle which faces a direction different from the direction of normal traffic flow for the lane of traffic in which said vehicle is stopped or standing.
(13) 
In a loading zone.
(14) 
Within four feet of the entrance to any alley, private road or driveway.
(15) 
In any municipal park when said park is closed to the public.
B. 
Parking driveways. No person shall park or leave standing any motor vehicle in any private driveway without the permission of the owner or lessee of the property on which such driveway is located, whether or not such driveway is posted to limit or restrict parking.
C. 
Vehicles not to block private drive, alley or fire lane. No Vehicle shall, at any time, be parked so as to unreasonably restrict the normal access to any private drive, alley or fire lane. Said access shall be deemed to be unreasonably restricted if any vehicle is parked within four feet of either side of said access. Upon discovery by a police officer or upon complaint by the owner of any such blocked drive, alley or fire lane, the Chief of Police may order said vehicle towed from such position at the risk and expense of the owner of said vehicle.
D. 
Parking vehicle for repair or to display for sale prohibited.
(1) 
No person shall stand or park a vehicle on any street, alley, public right-of-way or municipal parking lot in the Village of Wrightstown for the purpose of repairing said vehicle or to display such vehicle for sale. No person shall park on any street or avenue any vehicles for the primary purpose of advertising.
(2) 
No person, other than an owner and/or operator of a business located on business-zoned property engaged in the regular business of selling vehicles, may display a vehicle for sale upon private premises unless the following conditions are met:
(a) 
Consent to display the vehicle has been given by the owner or lessee of the premises; and
(b) 
The owner of the vehicle is on the premises or resides there; and
(c) 
The vehicle displayed for sale is parked entirely on the premises; and
(d) 
The premises contains only one vehicle displayed for sale; and
(e) 
The advertisement or sign for sale of the vehicle is not larger than two square feet.
[Added 5-20-2008 by Ord. No. 05202008; amended 4-6-2016 by Ord. No. 04062016]
A. 
In accordance with Wis. Stats. § 346.505(2)(a) through (c), when official traffic signs indicating such restriction have been erected in accordance with this chapter, no person shall park, stop, obstruct, block or otherwise limit the use of, or leave standing any vehicle upon, any portion of a street, highway or public or private parking facility, including the access aisle reserved for vehicles displaying special registration plates or identification cards or emblems issued by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation or, for vehicles registered in another jurisdiction, by such other jurisdiction designating the vehicle as one used by a physically disabled person.
B. 
In accordance with Wis. Stats. § 346.505(3)(a) through (e), subject to § 346.01(2), the owner of a vehicle involved in a violation of Subsection A shall be liable for the violation as provided in Wisconsin Statutes.
[Added 5-20-2008 by Ord. No. 05202008]
A. 
Leaving keys in vehicle. No person shall permit any motor vehicle to stand or remain unattended on any street, alley or other public area, except an attended parking area, unless either the starting lever, throttle, steering apparatus, gear shift or ignition of the vehicle is locked and the key for such lock is removed from the vehicle, unless doors of the vehicle are locked. Whenever any police officer shall find any vehicle standing with the key in the ignition in violation of this section, such officer is authorized to remove such key from the vehicle and deliver the key to the Police Department for safe custody.
B. 
Parking vehicles with motor running. No person shall park or leave standing any motor vehicle with the motor or refrigerator unit running for more than 30 minutes within 300 feet of any residence within the Village of Wrightstown between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.
[Added 5-20-2008 by Ord. No. 05202008]
It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to permit any construction, compaction, earth-grading or farm machinery which is self propelled and moves upon the surface of the earth and which is owned or controlled by him to stand for any period of time unattended without locking the ignition system or otherwise rendering said machinery inoperable so as to prevent any person unauthorized by the owner or individual in control thereof from starting said machinery.
[Added 2-1-2011 by Ord. No. 02012011]
A. 
The operator of a school bus in a residential or business district of the Village of Wrightstown shall activate the flashing red warning lights when pupils or other authorized passengers are to be loaded or unloaded at a location at which there are no traffic signals and such persons must cross the street or highway before being loaded or after being unloaded. Said lights shall not be extinguished until loading or unloading is completed and the persons who must cross the highway are safely across.
B. 
All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
[1]
Editor's Note: Former § 185-2.7, Parking of recreational vehicles, added 5-20-2008 by Ord. No. 05202008, was repealed 10-20-2009 by Ord. No. 10202009. See now § 206-53, Parking of recreational vehicles.
No person owning, driving or in charge of any motor vehicle, commercial vehicle or trailer in excess of 6,000 pounds or in excess of 17 feet in length shall park the same on any street or highway in the Village for more than two hours of any day.
[Amended 11-30-1999 by Ord. No. 113099B; 8-17-2004 by Ord. No. 08172004A; 12-1-2004 by Ord. No. 12012004A; 10-4-2005 by Ord. No. 10042005; 3-18-2008 by Ord. No. 03182008A]
A. 
Class B highways designated. All streets and alleys within the Village, except those streets enumerated in Subsection B, are hereby designated Class B highways and are subject to the weight limitations imposed by W.S.A. s. 348.16.
B. 
Heavy traffic routes designated. The following streets and parts of streets within the Village are hereby designated heavy traffic routes:
(1) 
Broadway Street, from Main Street (STH 96) west to CTH U.
(2) 
Fair Street, from High Street (STH 96) east to the Village limits.
(3) 
Golf Course Drive, from CTH U west to Frontage Road.
(4) 
Green Street.
(5) 
High Street (STH 96), from Main Street east to Village limits.
(6) 
Main Street (STH 96 and Lost Dauphin/CTH D), from CTH U north to Village limits.
(7) 
Poplar Street, from Main Street north to Village limits.
(8) 
Plum Creek Trail.
(9) 
Plum Road, from High Street south to Village limits.
(10) 
Quality Court.
(11) 
Van Dyke Street.
(12) 
Washington Street, west Village limits to north Village limits.
C. 
Restrictions on use of other streets by heavy traffic. No vehicle, except a motor bus, which is not equipped with pneumatic tires or has a combined vehicle load weight exceeding 6,000 pounds shall be operated or moved on any street or alley not part of the heavy traffic route designated in Subsection B above, except for the purpose of obtaining orders for supplies or moving or delivery of supplies or commodities to or from any place of business or residence fronting on such streets, but the weight of the vehicle and its load shall not exceed the limitations of W.S.A. s. 348.15 or 348.16(3), pertaining to Class A highways or deliveries on Class B highways.
D. 
Special season weight limitations. Pursuant to the authority of W.S.A. s. 349.16, the Village Board hereby designates the Director of Public Works as the officer in charge of maintenance of streets and highways in the Village and authorizes the Director, when necessary, to impose special weight limitations on any highway or street or its portion within the Village which, because of the weakness of the roadbed due to deterioration or climatic conditions or other special or temporary condition, including, but not limited to, damage to street caused by heavy volumes of truck traffic or damage to streets not completely constructed, would likely be seriously damaged or destroyed in the absence of such special limitations. The Director of Public Works shall, upon making determinations to impose special weight limitations in accordance herewith, erect signs on or along the highways or streets on which it is desired to impose the limitation sufficient to give reasonable notice that a special weight limitation is in effect and the nature of the limitation. All weight limitation signs and their erection shall comply with the rules of the state and the current Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.
A. 
No person shall, within the Village, by or through the use of any automobile, truck, motorcycle, minibike or snowmobile, cause or provoke disorderly conduct with a motor vehicle.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See also Ch. 139, Peace and Good Order.
B. 
Definition. Disorderly conduct with a motor vehicle shall mean, while operating or in control of a motor vehicle, to engage in conduct or activities which are violent, unreasonably loud, dangerous to persons or property, or otherwise against the public peace, welfare and safety, including but not limited to unnecessary or excessive spinning of the wheels, squealing of the tires, revving or racing of the engine, blowing of the horn, causing the engine to backfire or causing the vehicle while commencing to move or while in motion to raise one or more wheels off the ground.
[Added 11-18-2003 by Ord. No. 11182003]
A. 
Compression brakes prohibited. No person shall use motor vehicle brakes within the Village of Wrightstown which are in any way activated or operated by the compression of the engine of any such vehicle or any unit or part thereof. It shall be an affirmative defense to prosecution under this section that said compression brakes were applied in an emergency and were necessary for the protection of persons, and/or property.
B. 
Violations and penalties. Any person who shall violate any provision of this section shall be subject to a penalty as provided in Chapter 1, General Provisions, § 1-18.
A. 
No person shall operate an off-road motor vehicle, including but not limited to minibikes and all-terrain vehicles, on property other than rural residential, except for lawn care, snow removal and maintenance equipment.
B. 
No parent or guardian shall permit any person under the age of 16 to operate an off-road vehicle within the Village limits.
C. 
Any person who violates this section shall be fined as set forth in Chapter 102, Fees and Penalties.
A. 
State snowmobile laws adopted. Except as otherwise specifically provided in this chapter, the statutory provisions describing and defining regulations with respect to snowmobiles in the Wisconsin Statutes (Chapter 350) are hereby adopted by reference and made part of this section as if fully set forth herein. Acts required to be performed or prohibited by such statutes are required or prohibited by this section.
[Amended 11-30-1999 by Ord. No. 113099B; 1-20-2009 by Ord. No. 01202009]
B. 
Applicability of rules of the road to snowmobiles. The operator of a snowmobile upon a roadway shall, in addition to the provisions of Chapter 350 of the Wisconsin statutes, be subject to W.S.A. ss. 346.04, 346.06, 346.11, 346.14(1), 346.18, 346.19, 346.20, 346.21, 346.26, 346.27, 346.33, 346.35, 346.37, 346.39, 346.40, 346.44, 346.46, 346.47, 346.48, 346.50(1)(b), 346.51, 346.52, 346.53, 346.54, 346.55,` 346.87, 346.88, 346.89, 346.90, 346.91, 346.92(1) and 346.94(1) and (9).
[Amended 11-30-1999 by Ord. No. 113099B]
C. 
Permitting operation by improper persons prohibited. No owner or person having charge or control of a snowmobile shall authorize or permit any person to operate such snowmobile who is not permitted under state law to operate such snowmobile or who is under the influence of an intoxicant or a dangerous or narcotic drug.
D. 
(Reserved)[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection D, Operation while under influence prohibited, was repealed 1-20-2009 by Ord. No. 01202009. See now Subsection A.
E. 
Written consent of owner required. The consent required under W.S.A. s. 350.10 shall be written consent dated and limited to the year in which the consent is given. If the property is owned or leased by more than one person, the consent of each must be obtained.
[Amended 11-30-1999 by Ord. No. 113099B]
[Amended 11-30-1999 by Ord. No. 113099B]
The Chief of Police shall recommend appropriate standard traffic signs, signals and markings conforming to the rules of the State Department of Transportation giving such notice of Chapters 340 to 350 of the Wisconsin statutes and §§ 185-2, 185-3 and 185-4 of this chapter as shall be required by state law. The signs shall also be erected in such locations and manner as authorized by the Board from time to time as to give adequate warnings to the users of such streets, alleys or highways in the Village.
[Added 4-4-2005 by Ord. No. 04042005; amended 12-1-2015 by Ord. No. 12012015]
A. 
Stopping, standing or parking is prohibited along and on both sides of CTH DD/Broadway Street beginning at a point 200 feet west from the railroad tracks and continuing easterly through the roundabout with Main Street, and further continuing easterly across the STH 96 bridge (note 185-2.3A(11), no parking upon a bridge) to the roundabout on the east side of the Fox River where Broadway Street and High Street meet.
B. 
Violations and penalties. Any person who shall violate any provision of this section shall be subject to a penalty as provided in Chapter 1, General Provisions, § 1-18
[Added 7-18-2006 by Ord. No. 07182006; amended 12-1-2015 by Ord. No. 12012015]
A. 
Stopping, standing or parking is prohibited along and on both sides of STH 96/High Street from the roundabout on the east side of the Fox River where Broadway Street and High Street meet to the east Village limits, except in designated areas.
B. 
Violations and penalties. Any person who shall violate any provision of this section shall be subject to a penalty as provided in Chapter 1, General Provisions, § 1-18.
[Amended 11-30-1999 by Ord. No. 113099B; 12-5-2000 by Res. No. 12052000A; 4-21-2009 by Ord. No. 04212009A]
The following speed limits have been determined by the Village Board of the Village of Wrightstown to be reasonable and prudent:
Street
Speed Limit
(mph)
Location
Alison Court
25
All
Ava Lane
25
All
Bengal Lane
25
All
Bridge Street
25
All
Broadway Street
25
From Main Street (STH 96) east to Hickory Street
Broadway Street (CTH DD)
25
From Main Street (STH 96) west to the intersection with Steffins Street (CTH DDD)
Broadway Street (CTH DD)
35
From the intersection with Steffins Street (CTH DDD) to County Line Road (CTH U)
Burning Tree Court
25
All
Butterfield Court
25
All
Carly's Way
25
All
Cedar Street
25
All
Clay Street
25
All
Corn Silk Court
25
All
Country Run Drive
25
All
County Line Road (CTH U)
55
From the intersection of Broadway Street (CTH DD) north to the Village limits
County Line Road (CTH U)
45
From Main Street (STH 96) north to the intersection of Broadway Street
Crestview Circle
25
All
Crestview Drive
25
All
Debra Street
25
All
Fair Street
25
All
Fawnwood Court
25
All
Fawnwood Drive
25
All
Fieldcrest Avenue
25
All
First Street
25
All
Fox Shores Drive
25
All
Golden Wheat Court
25
All
Golden Wheat Lane
25
All
Golf Course Drive
35
From County Line Road (CTH U) south to the intersection of Theunis Drive
Golf Course Drive
45
From the intersection of Theunis Drive south to the Village limits
Gordon Way
25
All
Green Street
25
All
Haymeadow Court
25
All
Hickory Street
25
All
Highland Street
25
All
High Street (STH 96)
30
From a point 0.25 mile east of Fair Street east to the Village limits
High Street (STH 96)
25
From the intersection with Main Street to a point 0.25 mile east of Fair Street.
Janet Court
25
All
Janet Lane
25
All
Jodie Kaye Court
25
All
Justina Court
25
All
Laura Court
25
All
Linda Street
25
All
Linksview Court
25
All
Lock Road
25
All
Longwood Lane
25
All
Lost Dauphin Road (CTH D)
35
From a point 0.07 mile north of Rosin Road to a point 0.12 mile north of Rosin Road
Lost Dauphin Road (CTH D)
45
From a point 0.12 mile north of Rosin Road to the Village limits
Louise Drive
25
All
Main Street (CTH D)
25
From the intersection with High Street north to a point 0.10 mile north of Pine Street
Main Street (CTH D)
35
From a point 0.10 mile north of Pine Street to a point 0.07 mile north of Rosin Road
Main Street (STH 96)
25
From the intersection with High Street west to the intersection of Nancy Street
Main Street (STH 96)
45
From Nancy Street west to the Village limits
Mallard Road
25
All
Meadow Lane
25
All
Mueller Street
25
All
Nancy Street
25
All
Nicole Lane
25
All
Norbert Lane
25
All
Norman Lane
25
All
Oak Street
25
All
Paddy Court
25
All
Pamela Street
25
All
Park Street
25
All
Patricia Lane
25
All
PeterLynn Drive
25
All
Pine Street
25
All
Plum Creek Trail
25
All
Plum Road (CTH D)
45
From High Street (STH 96) south to the Village limits
Poplar Street
25
From Main Street (STH 96) north to the Village limits
Prairie Way
25
All
Quality Court
25
All
Red Clover Lane
25
All
River Lane
25
All
Rosin Road
25
From Main Street (CTH D) west to the Village limits
Royal St. Pats Drive
25
All
School Street
25
All
Second Street
25
All
Shady Ridge Court
25
All
Shanty Road
35
From High Street (STH 96) south to the Village limits
Sharla Street
25
All
Short Street
25
All
Songbird Avenue
25
All
Spicewood Court
25
All
Steffins Street (CTH DDD)
25
From Broadway Street (CTH DD) west to the Village limits
Sue Lane
25
All
Tavia Lane
25
All
Theunis Drive
25
All
Tigers Den Court
25
All
Turner Street
25
All
Van Dyke Street
35
All
Washington Street (CTH ZZ)
30
From a point 1,000 feet north of Plum Creek Trail north to the Village limits
Washington Street (CTH ZZ)
45
From a point 1,000 feet north of Plum Creek Trail south to the Village limits
Windy Wood Lane
25
All
Winfield Court
25
All
The penalty for violation of any provision of this chapter shall be a forfeiture as hereafter provided, together with costs under W.S.A. § 345.27.
A. 
State forfeiture statutes. Forfeitures for violation of W.S.A. §§ 340.01 to 348.28 shall conform to the forfeitures permitted to be imposed for violation of the statutes adopted by reference, including any variations or increases for subsequent offenses.
B. 
State fine statutes. The forfeiture for violation of any statute adopted by reference hereunder for which the penalty is a fine shall not exceed the fine permitted under such statute.
C. 
Local regulations. The penalty for violation of §§ 185-2 through 185-5 of this chapter shall be as provided in Chapter 1, General Provisions § 1-18. The forfeiture for violation of W.S.A. §§ 346.57 through 346.59 and §§ 346.61 through 346.64 shall be as set forth in the Village of Wrightstown Bond Schedule.[1]
[Amended 5-2-2006 by Ord.No. 05022006A]
[1]
Editor's Note: The Bond Schedule is on file in the Village offices.
D. 
Parking violations. Penalties for parking violations shall be as provided in Chapter 1, General Provisions, §  1-18.
[Amended 5-9-1995 by Ord. No. 050995; 5-2-2006 by Ord.No. 05022006A]
A. 
Enforcement procedure. This chapter shall be enforced according to W.S.A. § 66.12, ch. 799 and §§ 345.20 to 345.53.
[Amended 11-30-1999 by Ord. No. 113099B]
B. 
Deposit.
(1) 
Any person arrested for a violation of this chapter may make a deposit of money as directed by the arresting officer at the police station or at the office of the clerk of court or by mailing the deposit to such places. The arresting officer or the person receiving the deposit shall comply with W.S.A. § 343.26 or, if the deposit is mailed, the signed statement required under W.S.A. § 343.26 shall be mailed with the deposit. The arresting officer or the person receiving the deposit shall notify the arrested person, orally or in writing, that:
[Amended 11-30-1999 by Ord. No. 113099B]
(a) 
If he or she fails to appear in court at the time fixed in the citation, he or she will be deemed to have tendered a plea of no contest and submitted to a forfeiture plus costs not to exceed the amount of the deposit; or
(b) 
If he or she fails to appear in court at the time fixed in the citation, and if the court does not accept the deposit as a forfeiture, he or she will be summoned into court to answer the complaint.
(2) 
The amount of the deposit shall be determined in accordance with the deposit schedule established by the Board of County Judges. The deposit shall include court costs and suit tax.
(3) 
The arresting officer or the person receiving the deposit shall issue the arrested person a receipt therefor as required by W.S.A. § 345.26(3)(b).
(4) 
If a deposit schedule has not been established, the arresting officer shall require the alleged offender to deposit not less than the maximum forfeiture permitted under this chapter.
C. 
Stipulation of no contest. Any person charged with a violation of this chapter except W.S.A. §§ 346.62 and 346.63(1) may make a stipulation of no contest pursuant to W.S.A. § 345.37, which must be received at the office of the Police Department or clerk of court within 10 days of the date of the alleged violation. Such person shall, at the time of entering into the stipulation, make the deposit required under Subsection B, if he or she has not already done so. A person who has mailed or filed a stipulation under this subsection may, however, appear in court on the appearance date and may be relieved from the stipulation for cause shown as required in W.S.A. § 345.37.
[Amended 11-30-1999 by Ord. No. 113099B]