Search within This 10.12.060 Parking – Regulations. This section is included in your selections. A. No Parking at Any Time. No person shall park or cause to be parked a vehicle upon any of the streets of the city, contrary to “no parking” signs placed or erected by the city. B. No Parking During Certain Hours or Periods. No person shall park or cause to be parked a vehicle upon any of the streets as posted during the hours or periods (such as during periods of inclement winter weather) prohibited by signs placed or erected by the city. C. Parking Prohibited on Designated Streets. 1. For the purposes of street sweeping and snow plowing, it is unlawful to park or leave standing any vehicle on any of the following designated streets: Between the hours of two a.m. and six a.m. on First Street from Stafford Avenue to Montgomery Avenue, as well as all of the following avenues bounded by Second Street on the north and Railroad Street on the south: a. Billing Avenue; b. Oakes Avenue; c. Pennsylvania Avenue; d. Harris Avenue; e. Wright Avenue; and f. Bullitt Avenue. 2. It is unlawful to park or leave standing any vehicle on any of the following designated streets: a. No vehicles shall park at any time on Railroad Street between South Cle Elum Way and Peoh Avenue. b. No recreational vehicles, including but not limited to boats, campers, snowmobile trailers, or other recreational or commercial vehicles or equipment, shall park or be stored on Denny Avenue or Marian Drive for more than the time necessary to pack or prepare such recreational vehicles for use, without express permission of the city. 3. No commercial vehicles shall park at any time within the following portions of Stafford Avenue: that portion bounded by First Street on the south and Second Street on the north, on the east side or northbound direction adjacent to Flagpole Park; and that portion bounded by Second Street on the south and the alley between Second and Third Street on the north, on the west side or southbound direction adjacent to the Howard Carlin Memorial Trailhead Park; and that portion bounded by Second Street on the south and Third Street on the north, on the east side or northbound direction. 4. No overnight parking shall be permitted adjacent to Flagpole Park or the Howard Carlin Memorial Trailhead Park as described by subsection (C)(3) of this section. D. Seventy-Two Hour Parking. No vehicle shall be parked in excess of seventy-two hours on any public street or avenue in the city from April 16th to October 31st, contrary to the regulations prescribed in this section (except as provided by CEMC Section 10.12.070, Winter parking – Exceptions). E. Inoperable Vehicles. Vehicles shall be currently licensed and in operable condition. Other than for minor repairs completed within the time allowed for parking per subsection (D) of this section and CEMC Section 10.12.070(A), no major repairs that may result in discharge of fluids onto the roadway or interfere with normal traffic flow are permitted. Disassembly of motor train, engine, and axle components is considered a major repair and not permitted on public right-of-way. All other provisions of the city’s parking code shall remain in full force and effect. F. Fifteen-Minute Parking. It is unlawful for any person to park or cause to be parked a vehicle in a designated fifteen-minute parking space, stall or zone for more than fifteen minutes in any one hour period, or to be parked contrary to fifteen-minute parking signs placed or erected by the city. G. It is unlawful to park or leave standing any vehicle within the travel lanes of any city street, beyond what is considered normal traffic travel patterns. Queuing within travel lanes during freeway closures shall be prohibited and all vehicles shall find an allowable parking place or detour through the city to another freeway entrance. H. It is unlawful to park any vehicle within any cul-de-sac.