5-minute Parking Signs
POLICY ON ERECTION AND PLACEMENT OF
5-MINUTE PARKING SIGNS
For City Code, Section 15-43 regarding 5-minute parking to be effective and
enforceable, the owner or
occupant shall erect a sign with lettering and dimensions as follows:
NO EXCEPTIONS OR ADDITIONS TO THE WORDING OR PLACEMENT OF SAID SIGN WILL BE DEEMED ENFORCEABLE.
ONLY ONE (1) SIGN SHALL BE INSTALLED, AND THAT SIGN SHALL BE PLACED ONLY ALONG
FRONT OF THE PROPERTY. NO SIGNS SHALL BE PLACED IN BACK OR ALONG SIDE OF THE
ENFORCEMENT WILL ONLY BE CARRIED OUT UPON THE REQUEST OF THE PROPERTY OWNER OR HIS AGENT. ENFORCEMENT REQUESTS SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO THE CITY OF TAMPA POLICE DEPARTMENT. THIS SIGN DOES NOT ALLOW A PRIVATE CITIZEN TO HAVE A VEHICLE TOWED FROM THE STREET OR RIGHT-OF-WAY.
THIS SIGN WILL NOT BE PROVIDED BY THE CITY OF TAMPA
Sec. 15-43. Parking in front of residences or public or
For purposes of this section, the term "right-of-way" shall be defined as that area between the paved surface of any public street intended or designed for vehicular traffic and the property line of the abutting real property.
In order for this provision to apply, the owner or occupant shall give notice of the restriction by erecting an official sign, of their own making or purchased, which complies with the department of public works, transportation division specifications for such signs. The sign shall be fabricated from a durable weather-resistant material. The sign shall be placed and centered directly in front of the entrance to the dwelling on or slightly behind the property line, parallel to and facing the street. The signshall designate and protect one (1) parking space twenty-two (22) feet in length along the front of the property directly in front of and eleven (11) feet to either side of the sign.
(b) All taxicabs, buses and motor vehicles for hire are prohibited from stopping, standing or parking at any time in front of any residence without permission from the owner or the occupant of such residence.
(c) It is unlawful for any person to stop, stand or park a vehicle, whether occupied or not, within ten (10) feet from the edge of a public or private driveway except in metered spaces or otherwise marked spaces available for parking or to momentarily pick up or discharge a passenger.
(d) It is unlawful for any person to stop, stand or park a vehicle across the street from a driveway if the street width is twenty-five (25) feet or less except in metered spaces or otherwise marked spaces available for parking or to momentarily pick up or discharge a passenger.
(Ord. No. 89-247, 2(39-37), 9-28-89; Ord. No. 2001-149, 1, 7-19-01; Ord. No. 2006-17, 2, 1-12-06)
Sec. 27-523. Definitions.