Town of Johnston, RI
Providence County
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# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z
Vacant properties
Vehicles
Ch 9— Boards, Committees and Commissions § 27-20— Charges for emergency services. § 47-10— Administration of chapter. § 47-11— General provisions and responsibilities. § 51-8— Recruitment process. § 51-19— Written policies to be maintained. § 83-13— Manager's, entertainer's and server's adult entertainment license required. 98-1{18}— Definitions. § 98-11— Exemptions. § 98-17— Nuisance abatement; fines. § 125-18— Manner of sale of tobacco and drug paraphernalia regulated. § 129-1— License required. § 172-22— Prerequisites to issuance of licenses. § 172-42— Fire-protection plan. § 172-43— Prohibitions. Ch 180— Gasoline Stations § 183-1— Prohibited activities. § 192-1— List of registrants and registrant identification required. Ch 199— Junkyards § 207-2— Spillage from vehicles upon public property. § 210-2— Prohibited acts. 210-5B{1}— Aggressive begging, soliciting and panhandling prohibited. Ch 217— Motor Vehicle Code Ch 217 Art II— State Motor Vehicle Code Ch 220— Motor Vehicles and Traffic § 220-1— Definitions. 220-1{1}— Definitions. 220-1{3}— Definitions. 220-1{4}— Definitions. 220-1{6}— Definitions. 220-1{8}— Definitions. 220-1{9}— Definitions. 220-1{11}— Definitions. 220-1{12}— Definitions. 220-1{13}— Definitions. § 220-3— Duty of Traffic Division. § 220-4— Records of traffic violations. § 220-8— Authority of Police and Fire Department officials. § 220-11— Authorized emergency vehicles. § 220-13— Authority to install traffic control devices. § 220-14— Obedience to official traffic control devices. § 220-19— Warrant for locating speed hump. § 220-23— Applicability of state speed laws. § 220-25— Reasonable and prudent speeds. § 220-26— Conditions requiring reduced speed. § 220-28— Authority to place devices altering normal course for turns. § 220-29— Authority to place restricted turn signs. § 220-30— Obedience to no-turn signs. § 220-31— Limitations on turning around. § 220-39— No vehicular traffic. § 220-42— Other intersections where stop or yield required. § 220-46— Stop when traffic obstructed. § 220-47— Driving through funeral or other procession. § 220-50— Application and contents; time period for filing; fee. § 220-51— Standards for issuance. § 220-57— Public conduct during parades; parking restrictions. § 220-59— Crossing at ways or roadways. § 220-60— Drivers to exercise due care. § 220-62— Traffic ordinances apply to persons riding bicycles. § 220-63— Obedience to traffic control devices. § 220-66— Obedience to angle parking signs or markings. § 220-67— Parking not to obstruct traffic. § 220-68— Parking for certain purposes prohibited. § 220-70— Parking adjacent to schools. § 220-71— Parking prohibited on narrow streets. § 220-72— Places where parking or stopping prohibited. § 220-73— Parking prohibited at all times on certain streets. § 220-73.2— Tow-away zones. § 220-74— Parking prohibited during certain hours on certain streets. § 220-75— Stopping or standing prohibited during certain hours on certain streets. § 220-76— Parking time limited on certain streets. § 220-77— Handicapped parking. § 220-78— Standing or parking on one-way streets. § 220-79— No stopping, standing or parking near hazardous or congested places. § 220-81— Standing in passenger curb loading zones. § 220-82— Standing in freight curb loading zones. Ch 220 Art XVII— Use of Highways by Trucks and Commercial Vehicles § 220-86— Load restrictions upon vehicles using certain highways. § 220-87— Commercial vehicles prohibited from using certain streets. § 220-88— Size restriction upon vehicles using Town highways. § 220-89.1— Taylor Road restrictions. § 220-89.2— Priscilla Lane road restrictions. § 220-90— Through trucking. § 220-93— Police procedure when violator not arrested. § 220-95— Citation on illegally parked vehicle. § 220-96— Failure to comply with traffic citation; warrant for arrest. § 220-97— Presumption in reference to illegal parking. § 220-98— When warrant to be issued. § 220-100— Impounding of vehicles. § 220-102— Right-of-way of fire apparatus. § 220-103— Parking near fire hydrant; exception. § 220-104— Registration plates required. § 220-105— Removal and impounding of illegally parked vehicles. § 220-106— Unattended vehicles in streets during snowstorms; removal; costs. Ch 220 Art XX— Operation of Unregistered and Unlicensed Motor Vehicles § 220-107— Operation upon public property prohibited; exceptions. § 220-109— Impoundment and release of offending vehicles. § 220-111— Abandonment on public highways prohibited. § 220-112— Removal and impoundment of abandoned vehicles; fines. § 220-113— Schedule. Ch 224— Noise § 224-2— Restriction of unnecessary noise. § 224-3— Disruptive playing of music. § 224-7— Motorized vehicles. § 224-11— Exemptions. 224-15{1}— Definitions. § 224-18— Exceptions. Ch 233— Parades § 233-3— Application and contents; time period for filing; fee. § 233-4— Standards for issuance. § 233-10— Public conduct during parades; parking restrictions. Ch 236— Parking § 236-2— Parking and obstruction prohibited. § 236-5— Violations and penalties. § 236-6— Illegally parked vehicles may be towed. Ch 236 Art II— Parking of Vehicles on Private Property § 236-7— Unregistered vehicles; exemptions. § 236-8— Vehicles under repair. § 236-9— Determination of violation(s). § 236-10— Action upon determination of violation(s). § 236-11— Failure to remove motor vehicle upon proper notice. § 239-1— Barrier between building and parking lot required. Ch 242— Parks and Recreation Areas § 242-2— Rules enumerated. § 242-3— Rules and regulations enumerated; violations and penalties. § 245-1— Injury to fire hose or fire-fighting apparatus. § 245-3— Unlawful use of school property. § 245-4— Disorderly conduct. 248-16A{3}— Definitions and interpretation. § 257-13— Uniform and equipment. Ch 261— Property Maintenance § 272-2.1— Flea markets. § 295-7— Burning restrictions. Ch 295 Art V— Vehicle Tipping Fees § 295-34— Statutory authority; fee to be collected. § 298-4— Discharge prohibitions; exceptions. Ch 307— Taxation § 307-4— Contents of application. § 307-14— Purpose. § 307-15— Classes of property. § 313-1— Disposal, dumping and/or storage of used vehicle tires prohibited. § 313-4— Police to document compliance. Ch 316— Towing § 316-1— Registration and use of approved towing companies. § 316-4— Secure storage facility. § 316-5— Vehicles and equipment. § 316-6— Permission for repairs. § 316-7— Release of towed vehicles; collection of fees. § 316-9— Notifications. § 316-10— Records. § 316-13— Assignments. § 316-15— Disposal of vehicle. 319-1{2}— Definitions. Ch 325— Vehicles, Abandoned § 325-1— Abandonment of vehicles prohibited; violations and penalties. § 325-2— Criteria for abandoned vehicles; removal and impounding. Ch 328— Vehicles, Recreational § 328-1— Use on public ways or areas where motor vehicles not allowed. § 328-2— Use on private property. § 328-3— Violations and penalties. § 328-4— Eluding police officer; additional penalty. § 328-5— Applicability. 332-4B{3}— Definitions. Ch 340— Zoning 340-4B{11}— Definitions and word usage. 340-4B{12}— Definitions and word usage. 340-4B{40}— Definitions and word usage. 340-4B{41}— Definitions and word usage. 340-4B{42}— Definitions and word usage. 340-4B{52}— Definitions and word usage. 340-4B{57}— Definitions and word usage. 340-4B{69}— Definitions and word usage. 340-4B{93}— Definitions and word usage. 340-4B{105}— Definitions and word usage. 340-4B{119}— Definitions and word usage. § 340-9.1— Redevelopment Overlay District. § 340-26— Construction or development in special flood hazard areas. § 340-27— Site plan review and approval for industrial uses. § 340-27.1— Site plan review and approval for commercial and business uses. § 340-27.2— Landscaping design standards. § 340-33— Parking or storage of commercial vehicles in residence districts. 340-39{8}— Definitions. 340-39{24}— Definitions. 340-39{30}— Definitions. § 340-40— General regulations. § 340-55— Standards for development. § 340-91— Performance standards. § 340-99— Buffers. § 340-103— Streets. § 340-105— Off-street loading; vehicular stacking; walk-up windows. 340-140{22}— Definitions. 340-140{27}— Definitions. § 340-143— Use regulations. § DL-1— Disposition of legislation.
Violations and Penalties
§ C-1-3— Powers of town. § C-3-8— Powers. § C-13-2— Powers and duties. § C-19-4— Laws affecting officers. § C-19-5— Oath of office. § C-20-5— Continuation of tax obligation. § 1-9— Altering or tampering with Code; penalties for violation. § 1-13— Ordinances saved from repeal. § 1-14— Changes in previously adopted ordinances. Ch 1 Art II— General Penalty § 1-17— General penalty; continuing violations. § 1-18— Discretionary authority of Municipal Court Judges. § 9-26— Powers and duties. § 9-28— Board established; purpose; referrals. § 47-11— General provisions and responsibilities. § 47-13— Indemnification of public officials and employees. § 47-39— Retirement Board established; composition; terms; vacancies; oath; general management of Fund. § 51-9— Equal employment opportunity. § 51-25— Disciplinary powers of Chief of Police. 83-2{17}— Definitions. § 83-3— Application and licensing requirements. § 83-5— Council review of application; issuance or denial of license. § 83-8— Suspension of license. § 83-9— Summary suspension. § 83-10— Revocation of license. § 83-11— Transfer of license. § 83-13— Manager's, entertainer's and server's adult entertainment license required. § 83-14— Adult entertainment license use regulations. § 83-15— Violations and penalties. § 88-3— Violations and penalties. § 88-10— Violations and penalties. § 88-12— Violations and penalties. § 91-4— Violations and penalties. § 91-6— Violations and penalties. § 91-9— Violations and penalties. § 91-11— Violations and penalties. § 91-12— Disposition of collected fines. § 94-3— False statement in application. § 94-5— Violations and penalties. § 94-11— Revocation of license; hearing. § 94-12— Violations and penalties. 98-1{15}— Definitions. § 98-4— Impoundment and notification; disposition. § 98-15— Owning, keeping or harboring unvaccinated pet; fines. § 98-17— Nuisance abatement; fines. § 98-19— Investigation and removal. § 98-21— Records. § 98-23— Minimum care and nourishment; fines. § 98-28— Violations and penalties; enforcement. § 98-35— Violations and penalties. § 103-8— Violations and penalties. § 107-3— Violations and penalties. § 118-1— Fees established. § 118-2— Adoption of Building Code for State of Rhode Island. § 121-2— Violations and penalties. § 125-4.1— Violations and penalties. § 125-8— Violations and penalties. § 125-10— Violations and penalties. § 125-15— Violations and penalties. § 125-17— Violations and penalties. § 125-18— Manner of sale of tobacco and drug paraphernalia regulated. § 129-8— Violations and penalties. § 132-20— Violations and penalties. § 142-4— Violations and penalties. § 145-2— Violations and penalties. § 158-9— Application form. § 158-15— Appointment of officers to preserve order at premises. § 158-18— Violations and penalties. § 161-4— Enforcement. § 161-5— Violations and penalties. § 161-8— Violations and penalties. § 161-11— Violations and penalties. § 164-4— Revocation. § 164-5— Violations and penalties. § 169-5— Violations and penalties. § 172-18— Inspection of all buildings. § 172-19— Right of entry upon complaint. § 172-25— Failure to comply with removal order. § 172-27— Adoption of standards. § 172-45— Violations and penalties. § 183-2— Violations and penalties. § 183-3— Enforcement. § 189-1— Regulation of dumpsters for gull control. § 194-4— Violations and penalties. § 199-8— Violations and penalties. § 199-11— Operational requirements; violations and penalties. § 207-5— Violations and penalties. § 210-3— Order to disperse. § 210-4— Violations and penalties. § 210-5— Aggressive begging, soliciting and panhandling prohibited. § 213-11— Requirements for body works personnel licensure. § 213-12— Requirements for body works establishment licensure. § 213-13— Employee and independent contractor restrictions. § 213-14— Sanitation and Decency Code. § 213-16— Enforcement. 220-1{7}— Definitions. § 220-3— Duty of Traffic Division. § 220-4— Records of traffic violations. § 220-5— Traffic Division to investigate accidents. § 220-11— Authorized emergency vehicles. § 220-57— Public conduct during parades; parking restrictions. § 220-59— Crossing at ways or roadways. § 220-61— Effect of regulations. § 220-69— Oak Swamp area. § 220-71— Parking prohibited on narrow streets. § 220-78— Standing or parking on one-way streets. § 220-89.1— Taylor Road restrictions. § 220-89.2— Priscilla Lane road restrictions. Ch 220 Art XVIII— Penalties and Procedure on Arrest § 220-91— Penalties. § 220-92— Forms and records of traffic citations and arrests. § 220-93— Police procedure when violator not arrested. § 220-95— Citation on illegally parked vehicle. § 220-96— Failure to comply with traffic citation; warrant for arrest. § 220-97— Presumption in reference to illegal parking. § 220-99— Disposition of traffic fines and forfeitures. § 220-105— Removal and impounding of illegally parked vehicles. § 220-109— Impoundment and release of offending vehicles. § 220-110— Violations and penalties; adult and juvenile offenders. § 220-112— Removal and impoundment of abandoned vehicles; fines. Ch 220 Art XXI— Fines and Penalties § 220-113— Schedule. § 224-1— Disturbing the peace prohibited; notice and abatement; penalty. § 224-2— Restriction of unnecessary noise. § 224-5— Considerations for determination of unlawful noise. § 224-13— Enforcement and adjudication. § 224-14— Violations and penalties. § 224-17— Violations and penalties. § 230-5— Violations. § 230-6— Penalties and enforcement. § 231-7— Suspension of operation. § 231-8— Violations and penalties; enforcement; responsibility for costs. § 233-10— Public conduct during parades; parking restrictions. § 236-5— Violations and penalties. § 236-9— Determination of violation(s). § 236-10— Action upon determination of violation(s). § 236-11— Failure to remove motor vehicle upon proper notice. § 236-12— Violations and penalties. § 242-3— Rules and regulations enumerated; violations and penalties. § 242-7— Violations and penalties. § 242-10— Violations and penalties. § 242-14— Violations and penalties. § 242-17— Violations and penalties. § 244-2— Application and licensing requirements. § 244-3— Council review of application; issuance or denial of license. § 244-5— Bond. § 244-6— Violations and penalties. § 245-2— Obstructing passage of public by words or acts. § 245-3— Unlawful use of school property. § 245-5— Residential picketing. § 245-6— Unlawful injury to street signs and devices. § 245-7— Vandalism. § 248-4— Display of license upon demand. § 248-5— Effect of false statement in application. § 248-7— Violations and penalties. § 248-15— License required; penalty. § 257-6— Grounds for denial of license. § 257-10— Grounds for suspension and revocation of licenses. § 257-19— Obligation to report criminal violations. § 257-21— Violations and penalties. § 261-1— Abatement of noxious weeds, overgrown yards, natural debris and fallen trees. § 261-2— Violations and penalties. § 261-3— Enforcement. § 261-8— Notice of violation; abatement; penalties. § 265-9— Violations and penalties. § 269-12— Inspection of premises. § 269-18— Consumption of liquor and other violations. § 269-19— Violations and penalties. § 272-4— Enforcement; violations and penalties. 279-2{45}— Definitions. 279-2{52}— Definitions. § 279-6— Building sewers and permit requirements. § 279-7— Sewer construction requirements. § 279-9— Protection from damage. § 279-13— Sewer assessment. § 279-15— Enforcement. § 279-16— Appeals. § 279-17— Violations and penalties. § 279-19— Application of fees, cost and penalties. § 279-21— Power and authority of inspectors. § 282-3— Removal of signs; violations and penalties. § 282-4— Placement of signs on utility poles; exception. § 286-2— Violations and penalties. § 291-11— Notice of noncompliance. § 291-12— Violations and penalties. § 291-19— Determination. § 291-21— Notice of noncompliance. § 291-22— Other penalties. § 295-2— Contents of license; duration; fees. § 295-8— Violations and penalties. § 295-9— Enforcement of article. § 295-23— Notice of noncompliance; suspension of collection by Town. § 295-32— Violations and penalties. § 298-4— Discharge prohibitions; exceptions. § 298-5— Suspension of MS4 access. § 298-12— Notice of violation. § 298-13— Appeals. § 298-14— Administrative orders. § 298-15— Cost of abatement of violation. § 298-16— Injunctive relief. § 298-17— Violations and penalties. § 300-3— Violations and penalties. § 303-9— Violations and penalties. § 307-4— Contents of application. Ch 307 Art III— Penalty on Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes § 307-12— Penalty imposed on unpaid balance of taxes. § 307-21— Penalties for falsifying residency affidavit; enforcement. § 313-3— Violations and penalties. § 316-5— Vehicles and equipment. § 316-9— Notifications. § 316-14— Removal from tow list. § 316-16— Violations and penalties. § 319-4— Violations and penalties. § 325-1— Abandonment of vehicles prohibited; violations and penalties. § 325-2— Criteria for abandoned vehicles; removal and impounding. § 328-3— Violations and penalties. § 328-4— Eluding police officer; additional penalty. 332-4B{12}— Definitions. § 332-6— Powers of Wastewater Management Board. § 332-7— Inspection of sewage disposal systems. § 335-9— Procedures; violations and penalties. § 337-4— Violations and penalties. § 340-15— Enforcement of standards. § 340-63— Contiguous lots under common ownership. § 340-76— Special conditions. § 340-115— Responsibilities of Zoning Enforcement Officer. § 340-126— Violations and penalties. § 340-128— Judicial aid in enforcement. § 340-130— Appeals to Zoning Board. § 340-131— Appeals to superior court. 340-137{5}— Definitions. § 340-138— Medical marijuana facilities. § 340-138.1— Special use permit required. 340-140{8}— Definitions. 340-140{34}— Definitions. 340-140{36}— Definitions. § 340-144— Enforcement; violations and penalties. § 340-157— Major land development review for new lattice towers. § 340-158— Miscellaneous requirements.