Category Archive for: ‘Traffic and Vehicles’

Chapter 80—Abandoned Vehicles

80.01 Definitions 80.02 Authority to Take Possession of Abandoned Vehicles 80.03 Notice by Mail 80.04 Notification in Newspaper 80.05 Fees for Impoundment 80.06 Disposal of Abandoned Vehicles 80.07 Disposal of Totally Inoperable Vehicles 80.08 Proceeds from Sales 80.09 Duties of Demolisher 80.01 DEFINITIONS. For use in this chapter, the following terms are defined: (Code of Iowa, Sec. 321.89[1]) “Abandoned vehicle” …

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Chapter 76—Bicycle Regulations

76.01 Scope of Regulations 76.02 Traffic Code Applies 76.03 Double Riding Restricted 76.04 Two Abreast Limit 76.05 Bicycle Paths 76.06 Speed 76.07 Emerging from Alley or Driveway 76.08 Carrying Articles 76.09 Riding on Sidewalks 76.10 Towing 76.11 Improper Riding 76.12 Parking 76.13 Equipment Requirements 76.14 Special Penalty 76.01 SCOPE OF REGULATIONS. These regulations shall apply whenever a bicycle is operated …

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Chapter 75—All-Terrain Vehicles and Snowmobiles

75.01 Purpose 75.02 Definitions 75.03 General Regulations 75.04 Operation of Snowmobiles 75.05 Hours of Operation 75.06 Thaw Ban 75.07 Operation of All-Terrain Vehicles 75.08 Negligence 75.09 Accident Reports 75.01 PURPOSE. The purpose of this chapter is to regulate the operation of all-terrain vehicles and snowmobiles within the City. 75.02 DEFINITIONS. For use in this chapter the following terms are defined: …

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Chapter 70—Traffic Code Enforcement Procedures

70.01 Arrest or Citation 70.02 Scheduled Violations 70.03 Parking Violations: Alternate 70.04 Parking Violations: Vehicle Unattended 70.05 Presumption in Reference to Illegal Parking 70.06 Impounding Vehicles 70.01 ARREST OR CITATION. Whenever a peace officer has reasonable cause to believe that a person has violated any provision of the Traffic Code, such officer may: Immediate Arrest. Immediately arrest such person and …

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Chapter 69—Parking Regulations

69.01 Park Adjacent to Curb 69.02 Park Adjacent to Curb – One-Way Street 69.03 Angle Parking 69.04 Angle Parking – Manner 69.05 Parking for Certain Purposes Illegal 69.06 Parking Prohibited 69.07 Persons With Disabilities Parking 69.08 No Parking Zones 69.09 All Night Parking Prohibited 69.10 Truck Parking Limited 69.11 Parking Limited to Five Minutes 69.12 Snow Removal 69.13 Snow Routes …

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Chapter 68—One-Way Traffic

68.01 ONE-WAY TRAFFIC REQUIRED. Upon the following streets and alleys vehicular traffic, other than permitted cross traffic, shall move only in the indicated direction when appropriate signs are in place. (Code of Iowa, Sec. 321.236[4])

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Chapter 67—Pedestrians

67.01 Walking in Street 67.02 Hitchhiking 67.03 Pedestrian Crossing 67.01 WALKING IN STREET. Pedestrians shall at all times when walking on or along a street, walk on the left side of the street. (Code of Iowa, Sec. 321.326) 67.02 HITCHHIKING. No person shall stand in the traveled portion of a street for the purpose of soliciting a ride from the …

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Chapter 66—Load and Weight Restrictions

66.01 Temporary Embargo 66.02 Permits for Repeated Trips or Excess Size and Weight 66.03 Load Limits Upon Certain Streets 66.04 Load Limits on Bridges 66.05 Truck Routes 66.01 TEMPORARY EMBARGO. If the Council declares an embargo when it appears by reason of deterioration, rain, snow or other climatic conditions that certain streets will be seriously damaged or destroyed by vehicles …

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Chapter 65—Stop or Yield Required

65.01 Through Streets – Stop 65.02 Stop Required 65.03 Four-Way Stop Intersections 65.04 Yield Required 65.05 School Stops 65.06 Stop Before Crossing Sidewalk 65.07 Stop When Traffic Is Obstructed 65.08 Yield to Pedestrians in Crosswalks 65.01 THROUGH STREETS – STOP. Every driver of a vehicle shall stop, unless a yield is permitted by this chapter, before entering an intersection with …

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Chapter 64—Turning Regulations

64.01 Turning at Intersections 64.02 Left Turn for Parking 64.01 TURNING AT INTERSECTIONS. The driver of a vehicle intending to turn at an intersection shall do so as follows: (Code of Iowa, Sec. 321.311) Both the approach for a right turn and a right turn shall be made as close as practical to the right-hand curb or edge of the …

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