A. No person shall stop or park a vehicle in a parking space beyond the time permitted by official signs; provided, however, that the hours for the limitations of the parking shall apply only between the hours posted unless otherwise restricted by the city.
B. No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle for a consecutive period of longer than two hundred forty hours (ten days) in any one location on any city street.
C. No person shall park any motor home or any type of trailer designed to be drawn by a motor, including but not limited to boat trailers, trailer homes, travel trailers, and cargo trailers, on any city street, a publicly owned or controlled parking facility, or upon other public property within the city limits of Monroe for a total, combined period exceeding twenty-four hours. Without limitation of the foregoing, the prohibition contained in this subsection (C) expressly applies where the above-referenced vehicle or trailer is successively relocated to park on separate or different city streets, publicly owned or controlled parking facilities, or other public properties within the city limits of Monroe for an aggregate period exceeding twenty-four hours.
D. Parking in Fire Lanes Prohibited.
1. Definition of Fire Lanes. The area within any public right-of-way, easement, or on private property designated for the purpose of permitting fire trucks and other fire fighting or emergency equipment to use, travel upon, and park.
2. No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle or maintain any obstruction in any such designated fire lane whether occupied or not, except temporarily for the purposes of and while actually engaged in loading or unloading property or passengers.
E. No person shall park any vehicle, including utility trailers, camping trailers, travel trailers, motor homes, mobile homes, campers, boats or recreational vehicles, or automobiles, trucks or other vehicles upon a street, a publicly owned or controlled parking facility, or upon other public property within the city limits of Monroe for the purpose of:
1. Storing, repairing, or rehabilitating any inoperative vehicle, except repairs, necessitated by an emergency, which can be accomplished within a single twenty-four-hour period.
2. Habitation in a vehicle or occupying a vehicle for residential purposes.
F. No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle or maintain any obstruction in any such location designated for police/law enforcement use only within any public right-of-way, easement, or on private property.
G. The weight of any vehicle parked on city streets not designated as truck routes shall not exceed fifteen thousand pounds; provided, that the following exceptions shall be applicable:
1. School buses, regardless of weight, shall be authorized to use all city streets.
2. Emergency vehicles may utilize all city streets for emergency or other suitable municipal purposes.
3. Motor vehicles exceeding the weight limitation transporting commodities and making deliveries to and pickups from points in the city.
4. Motor vehicles operated by governments or utility companies.
5. Motor vehicles with a valid overweight parking permit per MMC 10.10.090.
H. To the extent that they do not conflict with the provisions of this chapter, RCW 46.61.570 and 46.61.575, as now or hereafter amended, are adopted and incorporated by this reference as though herein set forth in full.
I. Angle parking is permitted on the north side of Main Street between Ferry Avenue and Blakeley Street. (Ord. 009/2018 §§ 3, 4; Ord. 023/2016 § 1; Ord. 008/2008 § 2; Ord. 1273, 2002; Ord. 1232, 2001)