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Los Angeles Municipal Code

CHAPTER VIII TRAFFIC
Division A B C D E F G H I K L M N O P Q R S T U V W CHAPTER VIII TRAFFIC Section 80.00 Definitions. SEC. 80.00. DEFINITIONS. For the purpose of this chapter the following words and phrases are defined and shall be construed as hereinafter set out unless it shall be apparent from the context that they have a different meaning. (a) Whenever any words and phrases used in this chapter are not defined herein but are now defined in the Vehicle Code of the state, such definitions are incorporated herein and shall be deemed to apply to such words and phrases used in this chapter as though set forth herein in full. (b) “Department” shall mean the Department of Transportation. (Amended by Ord. No. 151,833, Eff. 2/10/79, Oper. 2/25/79.) (c) “Central Traffic District” shall mean all streets and portions of streets described as follows: All that area bounded by the east curb line of Los Angeles Street, the south curb line of Pico Obedience to Traffic Regulations Traffic Control Devices Turning Movements One Way Streets and Alleys Special Stops Required Miscellaneous Driving Rules Terminal Access for Interstate Trucks Restricted Use of Certain Streets Pedestrians Method of Parking Stopping, Standing and Parking Stopping for Loading and Unloading Only Parking Prohibited or Limited Penalties and Effect of Chapter Schedules of Designated Streets Referred to in Chapter [Speed Zone Schedules] Miscellaneous Traffic Regulation in Park Traffic Regulations in the Harbor District Operation of Unusual Types of Vehicles Creating Traffic Problems Parking on Public Street and Parking on Publicly Owned Off-Street Parking Facilities Traffic Regulations Within the Los Angeles International and Van Nuys Airports Establishment of Civil Parking Penalties

Boulevard, the west curb line of Figueroa Street, and the north curb line of Cesar Chavez Avenue. (Amended by Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) The Central Traffic District shall also include Broadway Place from Olympic Boulevard to Main Street. (d) “Commissioners” or “Board” shall mean the Board of Transportation Commissioners. (Amended by Ord. No. 151,833, Eff. 2/10/79, Oper. 2/25/79.) (e) “Loading Zone” shall mean that space adjacent to a curb reserved for the exclusive use of vehicles during the loading or unloading of passengers or materials. (f) “California Traffic Manual” shall mean that book of traffic engineering standards and instructions formulated and published by the Department of Transportation of the State of California. Three copies of said manual, together with all approved amendments and additions, shall be kept available to the public in the Department of Transportation. (Amended by Ord. No. 151,833, Eff. 2/10/79, Oper. 2/25/79.) (g) "Traffic Officer" shall mean a civilian employee designated by the Transportation Department to direct traffic at intersections or other places and to enforce parking restrictions. Employees of other departments may also be designated by resolution or ordinance as Traffic Officers but only for the limited purpose of issuing specified parking citations and abatement of public nuisance vehicles under the direction and control of the employing departments. Such employees shall be trained to perform their specified duties by the Transportation Department. (Amended by Ord. No. 182,240, Eff. 10/7/12.) (h) “Parkway” shall mean that portion of a street other than a roadway or a sidewalk. (i) “Passenger Loading Zone” shall mean that space adjacent to a curb reserved for the exclusive use of vehicles during the loading or unloading of passengers. (j) (k) (l) (m) (n) (o) (p) “Pedestrian” shall mean any person afoot. “Police Officer” shall mean every officer of the Police Department of this City (None) (None) (None) (None) (None)

(q) Whenever, by any provision of this chapter, the approval of the Council is required as to any action taken by the Commissioners or the Department, such approval may be granted by resolution or order unless it be specifically provided that such approval be given by ordinance. (Amended by Ord. No. 134,523, Eff. 7/17/67.) (r) "Parking Meter Zone" shall mean streets or portions of streets described and established by the City Council by resolution or ordinance as zones within which the parking of vehicles shall be controlled, regulated and inspected with the aid of parking meters. (Amended by Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) (s) "Parking Meter Space" shall mean an area of space adjacent to and controlled by a parking meter upon any street or designated by lines or other markings, and of sufficient size to permit the parking of only one vehicle. (Amended by Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) (t) "Parking Meter Space Number" shall mean a designated number installed upon the curb or sidewalk area, on a posted sign, or upon a clearly visible vertical surface immediately adjacent to a parking meter space for the purpose of identifying the space for payment at a parking meter. (Amended by Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) (u) "Parking Meter" shall mean and include any mechanical and/or electronic device installed within or upon the curb or sidewalk area adjacent to a parking meter space or spaces for the purpose

of recording the period of time for occupancy of such parking meter space or spaces by any vehicle. (Amended by Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) (v) “Publicly Owned Off-Street Parking Facility” shall mean any location, lot or space which is owned or leased by the City of Los Angeles and in or upon which the parking of vehicles is regulated, controlled or inspected with the aid of off-street parking meters, or signs erected pursuant to Section 88.64. (Amended by Ord. No. 114,947, Eff. 11/30/59.) (w) "Off-Street Parking Meter Space" shall mean an area of space adjacent to and controlled by an off-street parking meter upon any publicly owned off-street parking facility designated by lines or other markings and of sufficient size to permit the parking of only one vehicle. (Amended by Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) (x) "Off-Street Parking Meter Space Number" shall mean a designated number installed upon the pavement surface, on a posted sign, or upon a clearly visible vertical surface immediately adjacent to an off-street parking meter space for the purpose of identifying the space for payment at a parking meter. (Amended by Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) (y) "Off-Street Parking Meter" shall mean and include any mechanical and/or electronic device installed within or upon any publicly owned off-street parking facility area adjacent to or in the vicinity of an off-street parking meter space or spaces for the purpose of recording the period of time for occupancy of such off-street parking meter space or spaces by any vehicle. (Added by Ord. No. 180,092, Eff. 9/7/08.) (z) “Trailer” shall mean a vehicle without motive power designed to be drawn by a motor vehicle, and to be used for human habitation, or for carrying persons or property, including but not limited to a trailer coach or house trailer. (Added by Ord. No. 113,890, Eff. 8/15/59.) (z-1) “Semitrailer” shall mean a trailer drawn by a motor vehicle and so constructed that some part of its weight and that of its load rests upon or is carried by another vehicle. (Added by Ord. No. 150,482, Eff. 2/9/78.) (z-2) “Construction vehicle” shall mean any vehicle used primarily off the street or highway for construction purposes. (Added by Ord. No. 148,582, Eff. 8/18/76.)

DIVISION OBEDIENCE TO TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
Section 80.01 80.01.1 80.02 80.03 80.03.1 80.04 80.05 80.06 Duties of Officers. Arrest Authority. Obedience to Officers. Direction of Traffic. Traffic Control at Commercial Filming Sites. Governmental Vehicles. Exemptions to Certain Vehicles. Parking Control.

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80.06.1 Administrative Procedures for Violations of Section 62.61, Work Within or on a Public Street or Right-of-way, Obstruction of a Public Street or Right-of-way, Peak Traffic Hours Restrictions. SEC. 80.01. DUTIES OF OFFICERS. Police Officers and Traffic Officers are hereby authorized to direct all traffic by voice, hand or signal whenever and wherever necessary in the interest of safety or to expedite the flow of traffic. (Amended by Ord. No. 151,833, Eff. 2/10/79, Oper. 2/25/79.)

41.(g) 12.21 C.1. 9/4/05.14 41. (Amended by Ord. ARREST AUTHORITY. 153. 80. may authorize and grant a permit to off-duty and retired Los Angeles Police Officers to engage in traffic and crowd control on public property.5.8.02. 2/25/79.340. to make arrests without a warrant whenever he or she has reasonable cause to believe that the person to be arrested has in his or her presence committed a violation of any criminal regulation set forth in Chapter VIII of the Municipal Code and the following sections of the Los Angeles Municipal Code: 12. 12.(a) 12. may direct traffic to protect the personnel and equipment of the Fire Department. 80.08 56.25 67. Section 836.1.0605(d) 96. 151.833. 5/11/80. a Traffic Officer.350 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code. (Added by Ord.SEC.26 I. (Amended by Ord.45(b) 62. 12. provided however.1. Eff.04 114.49(a) 62.5 regarding issuance of a written promise to appear shall be applicable to arrests authorized herein.840. 80.00 56.03.590.340.1 shall direct or attempt to direct traffic by voice.05 or is a violation of State of California Penal Code Section 556 or 556. Pursuant to said rules and regulations. No person other than a Police Officer.02 114.1608 94.26 E.) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Code.) SEC.51-1(e) 62. (Added by Ord. The Chief of Police shall establish rules and regulations which shall govern the control of traffic and crowds on public property by retired and off-duty Los Angeles Police Officers employed by a person holding a valid permit pursuant to Section 22. DIRECTION OF TRAFFIC.96(a) 62.79 62. violation of this section is an infraction.30 with respect to storm drain systems and waters of the State 66. No.) A. No person shall willfully fail or refuse to comply with any lawful order.11 62. No.21 A. 2/20/89.1. Eff. direction or signal of a Police Officer or Traffic Officer.03. 2/20/89. when and as herein provided. Eff. any mechanical push button signal erected pursuant to this chapter. authority and immunity of a public officer or employee. Eff. 80. 176. TRAFFIC CONTROL AT COMMERCIAL FILMING SITES. 164. SEC.) SEC. Said permits shall be limited to . (Amended by Ord. Permit to Engage in Crowd and Traffic Control.21 A. OBEDIENCE TO OFFICERS.6. The provisions of Penal Code Section 836. hand or other signal.03.4. wearing the badge or insignia of a fire fighter and acting in the course of his or her duties.) Every Traffic Officer of the Transportation Department shall have the power. No. Eff.1.130 64. 2/10/79. a person deputized by the Chief of Police. No. 164. the Chief of Police or his or her designee.01. or an off duty or retired police officer authorized under the provisions of Section 80.80 62. in his or her discretion. No.45 42.21 A. 12. that a member of the Fire Department. Persons may operate. Oper.02(a) 91. as set forth in the Penal Code of the State of California.

00 and 22. suspended.5. however. violation of applicable law. of the Los Angeles Administrative Code. in the performance of such person's official duties. upon a finding of inability. parking and standing of vehicles apply to any vehicle or cart of the Transportation Department while used by a Traffic Officer. where compliance therewith would obstruct such operation. No.performance of traffic and crowd control at those times and places authorized in the permit issued pursuant to Section 22. 7/1/93. EXEMPTIONS TO CERTAIN VEHICLES. parking and standing of vehicles shall not apply to any Police or Fire Department vehicle. No permit issued or applied for pursuant to this section shall be revoked. suspended. Eff. Service of notices and the conduct of the hearing shall be in conformance with the requirements of Sections 11.05. or denied until a hearing is held by a Deputy Chief of Police appointed by the Chief of Police to conduct such hearing. Article 3 of the Vehicle Code and to perform other related duties as may be required by the General Manager. SEC. or willful or negligent failure to properly and safely perform the duties for which the permit is granted. any county or city. Nor shall the provisions of this chapter regulating the operation.06. (c) The provisions of this chapter regulating the parking or standing of vehicles shall not apply to any vehicle of a City department or public utility while necessarily in use for construction or repair work. SEC. SEC.350 et seq. No.A. 80. 80. or while engaged in the collection of garbage or noncombustible rubbish. Los Angeles Police Officers are authorized to deploy and operate three-wheeled electric vehicles/carts on public sidewalks during the course of their employment.) (a) The provisions of this chapter regulating the operation. protect the driver of any such vehicle from the consequences of his or her willful disregard of the safety of others. or of the Los Angeles Police Department while used by a law enforcement officer. 2. when any vehicle mentioned in this section is operated in the manner specified in the Vehicle Code in response to an emergency call. obstructs access to or from a fire station. PARKING CONTROL. or to any vehicle owned and operated by the Department of Defense during periods of proclaimed national emergency. 80. lack of necessary expertise. A permit provided for in this section may be revoked. (Amended by Ord. C.C. or occupies a designated fire lane. or 3. transportation or delivery of United States mail. or denied for any of the following reasons: 1. Eff. Notice And Hearing. 168. which public utility or private ambulance has qualified as an authorized emergency vehicle. GOVERNMENTAL VEHICLES. this State. Revocation. except as otherwise permitted in this chapter. or violation of any rule or regulation adopted hereunder.04. (b) The foregoing exemptions shall not.585. 7/12/93.M.783. Oper.02 of the L. or any public ambulance or any public utility vehicle. 181. (Amended by Ord. or any vehicle owned by the United States while in use for the collection. (d) Pursuant to California Vehicle Code Section 21114. Department of Transportation.) (a) Traffic Officers are hereby authorized to issue parking citations as provided in Division 17. The provisions of this chapter shall apply to the driver of any vehicle owned by or used in the service of the United States Government. or any private ambulance. (b) Members of the Fire Department are hereby authorized to issue parking citations as provided in Division 17. B. 3/30/11. Article 3 of the Vehicle Code when an illegally parked vehicle blocks access to a fire hydrant. (c) The Department is hereby authorized to conduct administrative investigations of parking citations . Suspension Or Denial Of Permits.

the administrative citation shall be mailed to the responsible person by certified mail. (Added by Ord. The consequences of failing to correct the violation.and administrative hearings in accordance with Division 17. Article 3 of the Vehicle Code. If the enforcement officer does not succeed in serving the responsible party personally.61 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code in the following manner: (i) Personal Service of Administrative Citation. B. If the responsible person or party served refuses or fails to sign the administrative citation. the enforcement officer shall attempt to: A. then service shall be deemed effective pursuant to regular mail. 4.1. the enforcement officer shall post the administrative citation on any real property within the City in which the City has knowledge that the responsible party has a legal interest. The date and location of the violation and the approximate time the violation was observed. return receipt requested. ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES FOR VIOLATIONS OF SECTION 62. If a notice sent by certified mail is returned unsigned. and that posting shall be deemed effective service. WORK WITHIN OR ON A PUBLIC STREET OR RIGHT-OF-WAY. 2. . In any case where an administrative citation is issued to an individual. SEC. Service of Citation by Posting Notice.61.) (a) Service Procedures for Issuing Administrative Citations.06. OBSTRUCTION OF A PUBLIC STREET OR RIGHT-OF-WAY. 5. the enforcement officer shall cause the administrative citation to be published in a newspaper likely to give actual notice to the responsible party. (c) Satisfaction of Administrative Citation. 80. 1/9/07. If the enforcement officer is unable to locate the responsible person for the violation. 178. Obtain on the administrative citation the signature of the person in violation of this code. as set forth in this section. and the City is not aware that the responsible party has a legal interest in any real property within the City. Eff. or in cases in which the violation of this code is by a corporation or business. The code section violated and a description of how the section was violated. the signature of the responsible person or party. Administrative citations shall contain all of the following information: 1. 6. No. 3. The amount of penalty imposed for the violation. C. provided the notice that was sent by regular mail is not returned. PEAK TRAFFIC HOURS RESTRICTIONS. Service of Citation by Publication. or by certified mail or regular mail. 2. Service of Citation by Mail. The signature of the enforcement officer and the signature of the responsible person if that person can be located and will sign the citation. the same notice may be sent by regular mail. or a business. 7. (b) Contents of Administrative Citations. The action required to correct the violation.104. corporation. 3. 4. the failure or refusal to sign shall not affect the validity of the citation or of subsequent proceedings. Locate the individual. If the enforcement officer does not succeed in serving the responsible party personally by certified mail or regular mail. 1. postage prepaid. The publication shall be once a week for four successive weeks in a newspaper published at least once a week. Information regarding the procedure to contest the citation. corporation or business and serve the administrative citation to the responsible person or party. An administrative citation in a form approved by the City may be issued to the responsible party by an enforcement officer for violations of those sections set forth in Section 62. Simultaneously.

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Upon receipt of a citation, the responsible party shall either: (i) Pay the Penalty. Payment of the penalty waives the responsible party's right to the administrative hearing and appeal process pursuant to Paragraph (iii), below; or (ii) Remedy the Violation. If the violation is of a nature that it can be remedied, and the responsible party remedies it within the time indicated on the citation, upon providing proof of correction to the enforcement officer the responsible party shall pay only the administrative reimbursement portion of the penalty; or (iii) Request an Administrative Hearing. If the responsible party chooses to contest the citation, the party shall do so no later than 15 calendar days, excluding weekends and holidays, after service of the citation. The request shall be submitted in writing as directed on the citation and shall include a statement of reasons why the citation is being contested. The request shall be accompanied by a deposit in the full amount of the penalty, inclusive of the administrative reimbursement portion, or written proof of financial hardship, which at a minimum must include tax returns, financial statements, bank account records, salary records or similar documentation demonstrating that the responsible party is unable to deposit the penalty. A hearing will not be scheduled unless the full amount of the penalty is deposited, or the City finds the responsible party financially unable to do so and waives the deposit requirement.

In the event the responsible party fails or refuses to select and satisfy any of the alternatives set forth in Paragraphs (i), (ii) or (iii) above, then the penalty shall be immediately due and owing to the City and may be collected in any manner allowed by law for collection of a debt. Commencement of an action to collect the delinquent penalty shall not preclude issuance of additional citations to the responsible party should the violations persist. (d) Administrative Hearings and Appeal Process. 1. Pre-hearing Dismissal of Citation. The City may dismiss an administrative citation at any time if it is determined to have been issued in error, in which event any deposit made shall be refunded. 2. Time for Administrative Hearing. The administrative hearing shall be scheduled no later than 90 days after receipt of the request for a hearing to contest the citation. The responsible party will be notified in writing at least ten days prior to the date of the hearing by first class mail of the date and time of the hearing. 3. Appointment of Administrative Hearing Officer. The hearing shall be conducted by an Administrative Hearing Officer appointed by the City to perform hearings. 4. Request for Continuance of Hearing. The responsible person may request one continuance of the hearing, but in no event may the hearing begin later than 90 days after receipt of the request for hearing from the responsible person. 5. Failure to Attend Administrative Hearing. The individual to whom an administrative citation is issued, or that person's representative, may attend the hearing in person, or in lieu of attending may submit an Appearance by Written Declaration on a form provided by the City for that purpose. (i) If the cited individual or his or her representative fails to attend the scheduled hearing, or fails to submit an Appearance by Written Declaration on the form provided by the City for that purpose, he or she shall be deemed to have waived his or her right to an administrative hearing. Under these circumstances, the Administrative Hearing Officer shall dismiss the challenge to the administrative citation, and shall issue a written notice to that effect. An individual whose challenge to an administrative citation is dismissed under this section shall be deemed not to have availed himself or herself of the right to an administrative hearing as provided in this chapter. (ii) An individual who has been issued an administrative citation and who has requested

an administrative hearing to challenge the citation as provided in this chapter may request in writing that his or her challenge to the citation be dismissed and the hearing canceled. Upon receipt of a request to dismiss a challenge to the administrative citation, the City shall cancel the pending hearing, and issue a written notice to that effect. Any individual who requests the dismissal of a challenge to an administrative citation under this section shall be deemed never to have availed himself or herself of the right to an administrative hearing as provided in this chapter. 6. Procedures at Administrative Hearing. Administrative hearings are informal, and formal rules of evidence and discovery do not apply. Each party shall have the opportunity to present evidence in support of his or her case and to cross-examine witnesses. The City bears the burden of proof at an administrative hearing to establish a violation. The citation is prima facie evidence of the violation and the enforcement officer who issued the citation is not required to participate in the hearing. The Administrative Hearing Officer shall use preponderance of the evidence as the standard of evidence in deciding the issues. Evidence shall be submitted under penalty of perjury. 7. Decision of Administrative Hearing Officer. At the conclusion of the hearing or within 15 days thereafter, the Administrative Hearing Officer shall render a decision as follows: (i) Determine that the violation for which the citation was issued occurred, and impose a fine in the amount set forth in the penalty schedule, inclusive of the administrative reimbursement portion, and if the violation has not been corrected as of the date of the hearing, order correction of the violation; or (ii) Determine that the violation for which the citation was issued occurred, but that the responsible party has introduced credible evidence of mitigating circumstances warranting imposition of a lesser penalty than that prescribed in the penalty schedule, or no penalty at all, and impose a lesser fine, if any, and if the violation has not been corrected as of the date of the hearing, order that the violation be corrected; or (iii) Determine that the violation for which the citation was issued did not occur or that the condition did not constitute a violation of the code. 8. Issuance of Administrative Order. The Administrative Hearing Officer shall issue a written decision entitled "Administrative Order" no later than 15 days after the date on which the administrative hearing concludes. The Administrative Order shall be served upon the responsible person by first class mail, or if that method fails, by any one of the other methods set forth in this section. The Administrative Order shall become final on the date of mailing or other service, and shall notify the responsible person of his or her right to appeal as provided below in this section. The Administrative Order shall also (i) either set a deadline for compliance with its terms, in the event that the responsible person fails to file an appeal, in no event less than 20 days from the date of mailing or other service, or (ii) if the hearing officer determines as described in Subdivisions 7.(ii) or 7.(iii) immediately above, and the responsible party has deposited the penalty with the City, order a partial or full refund of the deposit. 9. Appeal to Administrative Order. Within 20 days after mailing or other service of the Administrative Order to the responsible person, he or she may seek review of the Administrative Order by filing a notice of appeal with the Superior Court, pursuant to California Government Code Section 53069.4. The responsible person shall serve upon the City Clerk either in person or by firstclass mail a copy of the notice of appeal. If the responsible person fails to timely file a notice of appeal, the Administrative Order shall be deemed final. 10. Failure to Comply With Administrative Order. Failure to comply with an Administrative Order directing the abatement of a continuing violation is a misdemeanor. In that event, or if the City prevails in an appeal of an Order to the Superior Court pursuant to Subdivision 9. above, and the responsible person fails to comply with the Administrative Order, the City may file a criminal misdemeanor action against the responsible person. Filing a criminal misdemeanor action does not preclude the City from using any other legal remedy available to gain compliance with the Administrative Order. For purposes of this Subdivision 10., the term "continuing violation" shall

mean a single, ongoing condition or activity in violation of the Los Angeles Municipal Code.

DIVISION TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES
Section 80.07 80.07.1 80.07.2 80.08 80.08.2 80.08.3 80.08.4 80.08.5 80.08.6 Traffic Control Devices – Powers and Duties of the Department. Traffic Control Devices and Other Signs – Remove or Discontinuance. Traffic Control Devices – Hours of Operation. Installation of Traffic Signals. Department to Install Traffic Markings. Removal of Unauthorized Signs, Signals, and Lights. Flashing Lights – Interference with Traffic Signals. Off-center Lane Movement – Establishment. Temporary Traffic Controls.

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80.08.7 Charges for Providing Traffic Control and for Installation and Relocation of Parking and Traffic Control Devices. 80.10 80.11 80.12 80.13 80.13.1 Signs Required. Right Turns at Signal Controlled Intersections. Double Lines. Speed Zoning on Other than State Highways. Speed Zoning on Streets Adjacent to a Children’s Playground.

SEC. 80.07. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES – POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE DEPARTMENT. (a) Authorized Installations. Whenever by any provision of this chapter, the Department is authorized to install any traffic control devices, and such authority is made dependent upon a determination of the need therefor, it shall be the duty of the Department to make such determination only upon the basis of traffic engineering principles and traffic investigations and in accordance with such standards, limitations and rules as are hereinafter in this chapter laid down with reference to the particular kind of installation under consideration. (b) Directed Installations. It shall be the duty of the Department to install traffic control devices at a particular location, whenever directed to do so by any provision of this chapter or by any ordinance of this city. (c) Installations Essential to Effectiveness of Traffic Laws . Whenever any traffic laws of this state, or any traffic regulations set forth in this chapter, requires for its effectiveness that traffic control devices be installed to give notice to the public of the operation or application of such law or regulations, the Department is hereby authorized to install the necessary devices, subject to any limitations or restrictions set forth in the law or regulation involved. (d) Additional Installations. Subject to the requirements of Subsection (a) of this section, the Department is hereby authorized to install such additional traffic control devices, not expressly provided for in this chapter, as it determines are necessary to regulate, warn, or guide traffic, and to remove such devices when it determines that they are no longer necessary to regulate, warn, or guide traffic. In addition to traffic control devices, the Department is authorized to install certain signs relating to public safety, providing such signs are approved by the Department of Public Works as provided in Section 28.04 and provided further that no such signs shall conflict with or detract from any traffic control devices. The Department is also authorized to remove any such sign. (Amended by Ord. No. 156,852, Eff. 8/1/82.)

) No person shall erect or maintain any electric sign or similar device that interferes with the visibility of any traffic control or warning signal.2. Such markings and installations shall be made consistent with state law and in accordance with those standards and methods set forth in the California Traffic Manual. 80. 7/17/67. 80. 80.) SEC.” Authority to install. No officer. No. Eff. 80.523. (Amended by Ord. 7/17/67. This section shall not apply to lights used to identify public fire alarm boxes.” SEC. INSTALLATION OF TRAFFIC SIGNALS. as the term is used in this chapter. Eff.) SEC.3.4. The Department is hereby authorized to remove. in accordance with traffic conditions prevailing at any particular location. Eff. 151.) SEC. No. .(e) Authority of the Department Exclusive.852. (Title and section. 156. traffic counts and other traffic information as may be pertinent. Amended by Ord. (Amended by Ord. No. 80.07. includes authority to “ cause to be installed. Eff. 134. 8/1/82. 8/1/82.852. (b) The Department is hereby authorized to ascertain and determine the locations where such signals are required by resort to field observations. AND LIGHTS. REMOVAL OF UNAUTHORIZED SIGNS. No. signal or device placed.) SEC. No.” (g) “Remove. FLASHING LIGHTS – INTERFERENCE WITH TRAFFIC SIGNALS. Eff. 151. (Amended by Ord. maintain.833. maintained or displayed upon any City street contrary to the provisions of the Vehicle Code or of this chapter. No. lane lines. The Department shall determine. place. DEPARTMENT TO INSTALL TRAFFIC MARKINGS. Oper. includes authority to “ cause to be removed.5. Eff. 146. 80. 156. (Amended by Ord. All flashing lights shall comply with existing traffic codes pertaining to the interference with traffic signals.08. 2/10/79. 11/25/74. relocate or discontinue the operation of any traffic control device. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES AND OTHER SIGNS – REMOVE OR DISCONTINUANCE. without notice.852. 80.08. No.628. 8/1/82. (Amended by Ord. SEC.) (f) “Install. 2/25/79.) SEC. 156. (Amended by Ord. as the term is used in this chapter. No. or remove any traffic control device or other type of sign within the purview of this chapter except as provided in this chapter.1. the hours and days during which any official traffic control device shall be in operation or be in effect. Eff. shall install.2. not specifically required by State law or by this chapter whenever it shall determine in any particular case that the conditions which warranted or required the installation no longer exists or obtain. board or department of this City other than the Department of Transportation and no private agency or person. 134. The Department may.08. OFF-CENTER LANE MOVEMENT – ESTABLISHMENT. (Amended by Ord. Eff. 2/10/79. Oper.523.07.” Authority to remove.) (a) The Department shall install and maintain official traffic signals at those intersections and other places where traffic conditions are such as to require that the flow of traffic be alternately interrupted and released in order to prevent or relieve traffic congestion or to protect life or property from exceptional hazard. remove every unofficial sign. and its determinations therefrom shall be made in accordance with those traffic engineering and safety standards and instructions set forth in the California Traffic Manual. symbols and words and install raised devices or other devices upon the surface of the pavement to indicate the course to be travelled by vehicles at any place where the Department determines that such markings or devices are necessary for the orderly and safe movement of traffic.08.08.833. TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES – HOURS OF OPERATION. SIGNALS. or sign. 2/25/79. The Department shall mark center lines.

7. or upon a determination by the Department of Transportation that traffic control is required on a temporary basis due to anticipated congestion caused by a particular event (such as a commercial or ceremonial parade.) SEC. relocate. 157. a public street or to withdraw that public street from public use for a period of time. Eff. the Department of Transportation shall charge and collect the total costs of Departmental work. athletic event. but not limited to. CHARGES FOR PROVIDING TRAFFIC CONTROL AND FOR INSTALLATION AND RELOCATION OF PARKING AND TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES. the applicant requesting the installation.The Department is hereby authorized to install signs or markers temporarily designating lanes to be used by traffic moving in a particular direction on any street. and removal. (Amended by Ord. The Department shall estimate the amount of the deposit in conformity with a schedule adopted by the General Manager on a semi-annual or less frequent basis which sets forth and applies then current salary schedules and verifiable time and materials costs of the City with respect to those types of Departmental activities. Such devices shall be effective for a period not to exceed 30 days and shall be appropriately marked “temporary. congestion or impedance to traffic movement. street closure. services. and 2. The schedule shall be kept on file by the Department and be available to any applicant depositor at the time an application is made or as otherwise requested.523.08. in a manner and at a level sufficient to protect the public safety.880. Placing. 3/1/96. Eff. (Amended by Ord. maintenance. (b) Prior to the Department proceeding pursuant to any such request. (Amended by Ord. or for repair of damage to any parking and/or traffic control devices. 4/21/83. 7/17/67. temporarily relocating.08. 170. and materials provided in the case of: 1.) Upon notice of City authorization to temporarily close. The deposit may vary in amount depending upon the scope of the costs and expenses reasonably anticipated as necessary to provide the work. and materials to be used as a part of or for the regulation of parking and/or traffic in the area involved.” Temporary traffic signs (No Parking) may further be marked “Commercial Vehicles with Use Permit Exempt” when the Department determines the need for such control in conjunction with a use permit for filming in accordance with Los Angeles Administrative Code Chapter 13. relocation. the Department in the regular course of its duties. (c) Money received as a deposit from an applicant shall be deposited into the Department of Transportation Trust Fund and shall be expended therefrom for the purpose of first reimbursing the Departmental account for costs incurred by the Department in providing services and materials referred to in Subsection (a) above for the applicant-depositor. No. regardless of the center lane of that street or markings thereon. and/or remove parking and/or traffic control devices or provide traffic control. services. in whole or in part. the Department may install. maintaining. use. No. maintain. or removing permanent parking and/or traffic control devices. temporary signs. removal or replacement of a parking and/or traffic control device or devices shall deposit with the City that sum estimated by the Department to be sufficient to reimburse the City for all City costs with respect thereto. and materials used by. Eff. No. concert or festival) or upon a request to the Department of Transportation with respect to matters involving the use of streets.6. whenever it determines that such designation will promote the orderly movement of traffic or reduce congestion. the Department shall install such traffic control devices as are required by its findings to control such hazard. retirement from use.) SEC. . including. Upon those streets or at those locations where the Department determines that an unusual hazard exists to life or property. Installation. 80. The estimated sum required to be deposited shall be based upon and not be inconsistent with the actual costs of similar work done by.503. Division 22. plus replacement for loss. In providing such service the City shall be reimbursed for the costs of provision as follows: (a) In each such instance except as otherwise provided in Subsections (e) and (f). Article 8. TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CONTROLS. or that unusual congestion or impedance to traffic movement exists or is likely to occur. as determined by the Department. 80. 134.

81 of this chapter which are otherwise subject to a prima facie speed limit of 25 miles per hour under the said Vehicle Code.881.General Manager or Assistant General Manager. the prima facie speed limits set forth in Section 80.District Transportation Engineer. Eff. any deposit accepted pursuant to this section shall be adjusted at the completion of the project to conform to actual costs as follows: 1. (e) (Amended by Ord.13. SEC. When signs are erected giving notice thereof. to alleviate a dangerous condition. 80. Traffic Congestion .) SEC. 80. or to effect a street closure initiated by the City.) SEC. (Amended by Ord. (For Other Speed Zone Schedule. SPEED ZONING ON STREETS ADJACENT TO A CHILDREN’S PLAYGROUND.523. Whenever the Department determines upon the basis of traffic engineering principles and investigation that the volume of traffic or the vertical curvature or other curvature of a roadway renders it hazardous to drive on the left side of the roadway. No. Eff. 180.81. SPEED ZONING ON OTHER THAN STATE HIGHWAYS. 134. SEC. No. 7/17/67.) SEC. The Department shall install signs prohibiting the making of a right turn by the driver of a vehicle against a red signal at any intersection where it determines that the making of such turns would interfere with the safe or orderly movement of traffic. and that the maximum limit of 65 miles per hour is more than is reasonable and safe upon the streets designated in Section 80. SIGNS REQUIRED. the applicant shall be entitled to reimbursement of the excess from the deposit.) Department charges shall not apply upon a determination by the General Manager.1. that a speed greater than 25 miles per hour would be reasonable and safe upon the streets designated in Section 80.000 and that the action involved is required as a result of an emergency situation. 80.523. 80. to provide police security. Eff. No. Department of Transportation. Eff. Police Security .81 shall be in effect. at the time and place of the alleged violation. the Department shall install distinctive roadway markings on such roadway or portions thereof. DOUBLE LINES. No. Such roadway markings shall be of a type consistent with the requirements of the Vehicle Code. 134. (Amended by Ord. an official sign or marking is not in place and sufficiently legible and visible to be seen by an ordinary observant person.010. Emergency . to alleviate traffic congestion. (f) The provisions of this section shall not apply to non-commercial events whose primary purpose is the expression of public issue speech. 80. 170.10. 10/26/09. No provision of this chapter for which signs or markings are required shall be enforced against an alleged violator if. which are otherwise subject to a maximum speed limit of 65 miles per hour under the said Vehicle Code. 2. where no driving or crossing over such markings or to the left thereof is permitted. upon the basis of engineering and traffic investigation. Department of Transportation. (Added by Ord.Division Captain.(d) As a condition to the Department proceedings above set forth. 4. 10/1/94.523. and 2. 7/17/67. The Department is hereby authorized and directed to establish appropriate signs giving notice of the prima facie speed limits established by Section 80. 3. Such determination shall be in writing and affirmed by the responsible official as follows: 1. In the event actual costs incurred by the City are less than the deposit received by the City. 134.12. Dangerous Condition . No. In the event the costs exceed the sum on deposit. all such additional costs shall be paid by the applicant-depositor to the City upon demand. Eff. Los Angeles Police Department.81) Pursuant to Section 22357 and 22358 of the Vehicle Code. See Sec. 80.13.District Transportation Engineer. (Amended by Ord. the City Council hereby determines. 7/17/67. or to drive in the center portion of the roadway.) .11. that charges are less than $1. RIGHT TURNS AT SIGNAL CONTROLLED INTERSECTIONS.81.

whenever it determines upon the basis of traffic engineering principles and study that such an installation is necessary to control a hazard.16 Signs Prohibiting Left or Right Turns. The Department shall install markers. indicating the direction of lawful traffic movement and prohibiting movement in the opposite direction. speed limit and hours of operation signs adjacent to such playgrounds.18 80. the Department is hereby authorized and directed to post playground. “E” . not a State Highway. 134.20. 134. Turning Movements Required. When said signs are erected giving notice thereof. Eff. and when such determination has been made in any case. or improve the movement of traffic.14 80.) DIVISION ONE WAY STREETS AND ALLEYS Section 80. at each intersection on such street whenever it determines upon the principles of traffic engineering and by study in each case that the restriction of the movement of traffic to a single direction at all times. as may be consistent with the finding of necessity.) SEC. (Amended by Ord.20.18. SIGNS PROHIBITING LEFT OR RIGHT TURNS. neither such roadway shall be a one-way street unless expressly so designated pursuant to this chapter. Divided Streets – Private Right-of-way. 134. 7/17/67. “D” SEC. buttons or signs within or adjacent to intersections indicating the course to be travelled by vehicles turning at or approaching such intersections. ONE WAY STREETS. Eff. Whenever any private right-of-way effectively divides a street or way. the City Council hereby authorizes the Department of Transportation to set a prima facie speed limit of 25 mph on any street.523.523. 7/17/67. (Amended by Ord.16. other than a State highway. DIVIDED STREETS – PRIVATE RIGHT-OF-WAY. are prohibited. The Department is hereby authorized to determine and designate those intersections and other places where the elimination or restriction of left turns or of right turns is reasonably necessary in order to reduce traffic congestion or to diminish the hazard of collision. into two separate roadways. TURNING MOVEMENTS REQUIRED. No. the Department is directed to install at each intersection or place so designated. “C” SEC. control hazards.14. 80. or at certain times only. No. and at such times.Pursuant to Section 22357.523.1 of the Vehicle Code of the State of California. (Amended by Ord. in one or more directions. but only during particular hours or days when children are expected to use the facilities.1 One Way Streets. DIVISION TURNING MOVEMENTS Section 80. and traffic shall move in either direction along each such road way.) SEC. 7/17/67. 80.1. or both. reduce congestion or foster the orderly movement of traffic. No. Eff. The Department is hereby directed to install signs designating certain streets or portions thereof as one way streets. adjacent to any children’s playground in a public park. would reduce congestion. or at all times.21 Department to Erect Stop Signs. appropriate signs giving notice that left turns or right turns. Upon investigation and determination that a prima facia speed limit of 25 mph is appropriate. DIVISION SPECIAL STOPS REQUIRED Section 80. 80. 80. the prima facie speed limit of 25 mph shall be in effect.

1 Authority to Erect “Yield” Signs. intersections or highway railroad grade crossings exceptionally dangerous or hazardous to life or property.29 80. Vehicles on Private Property. or because of the lack of visibility to the drivers of vehicles approaching such streets. or because of the lack of visibility to the drivers of vehicles approaching such intersection. according to the principles and experience of traffic engineering. the Department shall designate any such street as a through street between specified limits. SEC.27 80. Stop signs at any intersection may be so posted so as to stop either or any of the streams of traffic entering such intersection as the needs of the particular location may require. (b) When such determination has been made. No. Curb Parking – Right of Way. or designate any such highway railroad grade crossing as a Stop Railroad Grade Crossing. the installation of stop signs is reasonably calculated to reduce the expectancy of accidents. 80. and where the factors creating the special hazard are such that. 134. SEC. Eff.26 80. 80. AUTHORITY TO ERECT “YIELD” SIGNS. or highway railroad grade crossings at which there is a special hazard to life or property by reason of the volume of traffic upon such streets or at such intersections.28 80. and where the factors creating the special hazard are such that. (Amended by Ord.) (a) The Department is hereby authorized to determine those approaches to intersections of streets and highways which are not through streets.30.30 80. Eff.) (a) The Department is hereby authorized to determine those streets. DEPARTMENT TO ERECT STOP SIGNS.523. “F” SEC. . FOLLOWING OR PARKING NEAR FIRE APPARATUS. according to the principles and experience of traffic engineering.21. 7/17/67. or because of the number of reported accidents or the apparent probability thereof.1. Vehicles Shall Not Be Driven on the Sidewalk.21.80. 134.31 Following or Parking Near Fire Apparatus. and that the use of warning signs would be inadequate. 80. or designate any such intersection as a stop intersection.2 80.21. and the Department shall post such stop signs as are necessary to give effect to such designation. intersections. Riding on Bicycles. New Pavement. 7/17/67. Horse Drawn Vehicles. the Department is directed to designate any such approaches as “yield” approaches and post such “Yield” signs as are necessary to give effect to such designation DIVISION MISCELLANEOUS DRIVING RULES Section 80. or by reason of physical conditions which render such intersections exceptionally dangerous or hazardous to life or property.1 80. or over such highway railroad grade crossings. Driving Through Funeral Processions. at which there is a special hazard to life or property by reason of the volume of traffic at such intersections. or by reason of physical conditions which render any such streets. subject to the approval of the Public Utilities Commission of the State pursuant to the provisions of Section 21110 of the Vehicle Code.523. No. Clinging to Moving Vehicles.30. and that the use of warning signs would be inadequate.25. (Amended by Ord. intersections or highway railroad grade crossings. (b) When such determination has been made. or because of the number of reported accidents or the apparent probability thereof.25 80. the installation of “ Yield” signs is reasonably calculated to reduce the expectancy of accidents.

523.) SEC. Eff. 80. NEW PAVEMENT. coaster. Eff. a curb. Any person seeking to park his vehicle in a limited curb parking space. 80.) SEC. nor carry any other person upon such bicycle other than upon a firmly attached seat to the rear of the operator.27. DRIVING THROUGH FUNERAL PROCESSIONS. No person shall ride or drive any animal or any vehicle over or across any newly made pavement or any freshly painted marking placed pursuant to the provisions of this chapter in any street when a barrier or sign is in place warning persons not to drive over or across such pavement or marking. (Amended by Ord.30.30.29. (b) Parking at Curb – Right of Way. or another vehicle answering an emergency call.30. No. (Amended by Ord. nor shall any person ride upon a bicycle other than as above authorized. 122. RIDING ON BICYCLES.2. and 6:00 o’clock P. 134. No. VEHICLES ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. closer than one block. CLINGING TO MOVING VEHICLES. 134. VEHICLES SHALL NOT BE DRIVEN ON THE SIDEWALK. No.(Amended by Ord.26. The driver of a vehicle shall not drive within any sidewalk area or any parkway except at a permanent or temporary driveway.1.M. For the purpose of this section. 7/12/93. which area is not of sufficient length to permit two or more vehicles to freely move for parking therein at the same time. of any day. 168. SEC. 80. shall not attach the same or himself to any moving vehicle upon any roadway.) (a) No driver of a vehicle shall follow any fire apparatus answering a fire alarm.223.) SEC. CURB PARKING – RIGHT OF WAY. 80. 7/17/67.523. No. roller skates or any toy vehicle. 80. Eff. Eff. No. or where a sign is in place stating that the street is closed.) SEC. 80. and who proceeds beyond said space a distance not to exceed ten feet for the purpose of backing his vehicle therein. a “limited curb parking space” shall mean an area open for lawful parking along side of.716. (Amended by Ord. HORSE DRAWN VEHICLES. 7/17/67. whose vehicle arrives at said parking space prior to any other vehicle. No. 10/5/62.M. and adjacent to. A person operating a bicycle shall not ride other than upon the permanent and regular seat attached thereto. Eff.782.) Upon private property of another which is held open to the public for any vehicular use and which is not subject to the provisions of the Vehicle Code. 11/9/69. Any person riding upon any bicycle. (a) No person shall operate any motor vehicle at a speed greater than is reasonable and prudent. motorcycle. SEC. (a) Definition – Limited Curb Parking Space .716. SEC. SEC. 80. (Amended by Ord. 10/5/62.31. having due regard for the surface and conditions of the area of such operation. . shall have the right of way over any person driving or attempting to drive any other vehicle directly into such limited curb parking space or who in any manner obstructs such limited curb parking space and the driver of such other vehicle shall yield the right of way to the driver who first arrived at said parking space. 80. Eff. 122.28. No person shall drive any animal drawn vehicle into or within the Central Traffic District between the hours of 4:30 o’clock P. 139. No driver of a vehicle shall drive between the vehicles comprising a funeral procession while they are in motion and when the vehicles in such procession are conspicuously so designated (Amended by Ord. (b) No person shall park any vehicle within the block where any fire apparatus or other emergency vehicle has stopped in response to an emergency call. and the welfare and safety of persons or property thereon.

“G” SEC. meets established criteria and that said terminal’s parking and entries are adequate and such other information as the Department may require. Eff. DIVISION TERMINAL ACCESS FOR INTERSTATE TRUCKS (Amended by Ord.2 80. streets and highways and general traffic conditions such as sight distance. if located within the City. Determination of route capability will include. 1/22/85. No access off a federally designated . or manufactured. The following words and phrases shall have the meanings set forth.33. or of a truck tractor. 80. (b) “Interstate truck” means a combination of vehicles consisting of a truck tractor and semitrailer. The purpose of this article is to establish procedures for terminal designation and truck route designation to terminals for interstate trucks operating on a federally designated highway system and to promote the general health. PURPOSE.33.33. Appeal Process. safety and welfare of the public. Fees and Costs. speed and traffic volumes. 80.33. provided that if any such word or phrase is not defined in the Vehicle Code. whether requested or not.1 80. or at which the vehicle combinations are regularly maintained. shall submit an application. the location of the terminal. SEC. and make payment of the fees as required by Section 80. “Caltrans” means the State of California Department of Transportation or its successor SEC. a review of adequate turning radius and lane widths of ramps. Applications.4 80. (b) Upon receipt of the application. 159.1. it shall have the meanings set forth in the California Vehicle Code. the Department will cause an investigation to be made to ascertain whether or not the proposed terminal meets the requirements for an interstate truck terminal.5. which interstate trucks will utilize any City streets in traveling to.2.33.3 of this Code. (c) agency.33. or from. Purpose. (a) The owners or operators of a terminal requiring terminal access for interstate trucks from the federally designated highway system. Sec. Upon its approval of that designation.6 Definitions.33. evidence that the terminal. and if any word or phrase used in this article is not defined in this section. 80. without limitation. DEFINITIONS. The application shall include the name and address of the applicant. the preferred route (and alternate routes if appropriate). APPLICATIONS. it shall have the meaning attributed to it in ordinary usage. 35401.33. with unlimited length as regulated by Vehicle Code.(b) No person shall engage in or aid or abet in any motor vehicle speed contest or motor vehicle exhibition of speed thereon. on a form as provided by the City. (a) “Terminal” means any facility at which freight is consolidated to be shipped or where fullload consignments may be off-loaded. such terminal. semitrailer. without prior written authorization therefor from the owner. No.33. intersections. Modifications.5 80.) Section 80. lessee or other person in legal possession.33 80. Revocation of Route.624. The application shall be filed with the Department. and trailer.33. the Department will then determine the capability of the route requested and alternate routes.3 80. stored.

6. relocation of above-ground fixtures such as traffic signs. 80. designate an alternate route.33. SEC. as determined by the Department. are in place. it may. (b) Modifications shall be limited to the reconstruction of curbed islands. the actual construction will be done at no cost to the City by a contractor acceptable to it. which fee shall be disbursed by the Department to the applicant who paid for the modification as well as to any applicant who contributed to the cost of the modification under this subsection. the applicant. or route. Costs for trailblazer signs may be proportioned in accordance with the procedures in Section 80. A traffic hazard includes the inability of interstate trucks to negotiate the route or said vehicles causing unsafe traffic conditions for other vehicular traffic or pedestrians. where required. (a) If all feasible routes to a requested terminal are found unsatisfactory by the Department the applicant shall be notified of the modifications necessary to eliminate a traffic hazard. as referred to in Sec. Except when the modification of deficiencies is within the jurisdiction of Caltrans. Trailblazer signs will be required at every decision point in the City on route to the terminal. Coordination of the approval of the route through the City will be the responsibility of the entity which controls the terminal’s land use.4. (c) When the work is done by the applicant. SEC. 80.33. shall also comply with that jurisdiction’s application process.3.33. (d) No interstate truck may leave a designated terminal access route in the City of Los Angeles except at an entrance to an authorized terminal. a statement detailing the actual costs of the modification. should any other applicant seek terminal approval which would use the route upon which such modification was accomplished. construction and inspection will be the responsibility of the applicant. if the terminal. Terminal identification signs will be required at the entrance to the terminal. (a) The applicant shall pay to the Department a non-refundable application fee of $250. (b) Upon the approval of the terminal designation and route by the City and by Caltrans the applicant shall pay to the Department for the purchase and installation of terminal trailblazer signs and terminal identification signs. The applicant may request the necessary modifications to make the route acceptable. (d) If at any time within five (5) years from the date of completion of the modification by the applicant. as may be required. pursuant to Sec. or route. in addition to complying with Subsection (a) hereof. MODIFICATIONS. .33. If the Department should revoke any approved terminal.5. SEC. It shall be the applicant’s responsibility to obtain all the necessary permits. REVOCATION OF ROUTE.33.00 per sign. (c) Should the requested route pass through the City to a terminal located in another jurisdiction. becomes a traffic hazard. at the rate of $75.highway system will be approved without the approval of Caltrans.3 of this Code. the applicant may file with the Department on a form satisfactory to the Department.33.4. 80. All costs of engineering. The Department may revoke any approved terminal. Costs shall be as provided in Section 80. or route. and intersection approach markings together with traffic signal detection devices. curb returns and appurtenant structures. SEC.5 herein or to protect existing facilities. street light standards and fire hydrants within the curb return area.00 per proposed terminal and/or its proposed access route(s).33. 80.4. 80. (c) Upon approval of a terminal and/or its access route the terminal owner or its successor in interest will pay to the City an annual fee of $50. Nothing herein shall require the payment of a proportionate fee if the applicant doing the work failed to file the report with the Department required by Subsection (b) above. due on January first of each year. Required modifications shall not include reconstruction of any pavement or street surface not related to the above. for vehicular traffic or if there is a failure to pay the fee provided for in Section 80. which cannot be modified to the satisfaction of the Department. FEES AND COSTS. any such applicant’s fee may include that applicant’s proportionate share of the modification. APPEAL PROCESS.33. No terminal or route may be used until such signs.3 of this Code. in its discretion.33.00 for each such terminal and/or access route. traffic signal standards. 80. traffic signal controllers.

Within fifteen (15) working days of the filing of an appeal.1 80.7 80.36. the Department shall transmit to the Secretary of the Board the terminal application.36. 10/5/62. the Department shall cause signs and barriers to be placed closing such streets during such days and hours.4 80. Restricted Use of Certain Streets. or revokes. and vehicular traffic would not be unduly inconvenienced or impeded. Flood Control Channels.36. 80. terminal access from federally designated highways. pursuant to the provisions of Section 21101(e) of the Vehicle Code. but must be made to Caltrans as may be permitted by Caltrans. The appeal shall state specifically wherein there was an error or abuse of discretion by the Department or wherein its decision is not supported by the evidence in the record. (c) If Caltrans. Eff.36.36. the report and decision of the Department on the application. STREETS CLOSED TO VEHICLES.36.9 80. Preferential Use of Traffic Lanes. or both. route feasibility or revokes a previously approved terminal or route.) (a) Whenever the Department finds and determines that the travel of vehicles upon any street or portion thereof which crosses or divides any school ground or grounds creates unusual hazards and is not essential to maintain free circulation of traffic or access to property.) . Cruising Prohibited. Eff. (Amended by Ord.36 80.35. (Amended by Ord. (b) The Board shall make copies of the data provided by the Department available to the applicant and to the appellant (if the applicant is not the appellant) for inspection and may give notice to any other interested party who requested notice of the time when the appeal will be considered by the Board. close such street to vehicular traffic during those days and hours when that school is open to normal use pursuant to Section 21102 of the Vehicle Code.36. said Department shall place or cause to be placed appropriate signs or barricades. denies. the sketches of the proposed or revoked route and all other data filed therewith. (b) Whenever the Department shall find and determine that it would be necessary and desirable and in the interests of the automobile Driver Training Program in secondary schools. 122. No.36. Streets Closed to Vehicles.3 80. Contra-flow Lanes. SEC.10 School Streets Closed to Vehicles. DIVISION RESTRICTED USE OF CERTAIN STREETS Section 80. and not the Department. When such signs and barriers are in place upon such street or portion thereof. “H” SEC. 7/17/67. subject to the approval of the Council by resolution. Upon receiving such approval.5 80.523. no appeal may be made to the Board. 134.36.(a) If the Department denies terminal designation. thereby specifying that a particular street or streets is closed to through traffic during regular school hours. the Department shall.8 80. 80.716. may appeal said decision to the Board in writing. An appeal shall be made on a form prescribed by the Department and shall be filed with the Board. Assemblages and Processions of Vehicles. no person shall operate any vehicle thereon. Restricted Use of Certain State Highways. Noise Restrictions in Use of Streets. for the specific purpose of conducting special Driver Training Program. SCHOOL STREETS CLOSED TO VEHICLES. the applicant/terminal owner. within fifteen (15) working days following the date of receipt of the decision of the Department.35 80. No.

propel. 158. The provisions of this section shall not apply to any of the following: 1. the Department shall. alteration. signs prohibiting such vehicles. that no vehicle used for round-trip sight-seeing tour service vehicle. namely round-trip travel in the same vehicle with guide service for an informational purpose. when authorized signs are in place giving notice thereof.1. 7/17/67. Eff. Oper. Eff. or cause to be driven or propelled. No. or portions thereof. and used for the sole and exclusive purpose of picking . Vehicles owned by or under contract to a public utility while necessarily in use in the construction. as hereinabove described. or detrimentally affect public welfare. 122. (b) When it has been determined by the Department that continued use of any street.564. wares and merchandise from or to any building or structure located on such restricted streets. 2. specified in Subsection (d) of this section provided. Eff. or portion thereof. The Department may require any exempt operator to display on the exempt vehicle a placard or device issued by him which identifies the vehicle as exempt and such placard or device shall be displayed as required by the Department at all times while the vehicle is traveling in the City. Oper. 158. 1/22/84. Upon receiving. provided. Vehicles subject to the provisions of Section 1031 – 1036 of the Public Utilities Code of the State of California which vehicle has received a Certificate from the Public Utilities Commission of the State declaring that the public necessity and convenience require the operation of such vehicle provided that the certificate specifically authorizes that vehicle to be operated in the City of Los Angeles for the purpose authorized in said certificate. however.716. installation or repair of such public utility. or for the purpose of delivering materials to be used in the actual and bona fide repair. and when alternate routes are available. such approval. remodeling or construction of any building or structure upon such restricted street for which a building permit has previously been obtained.) (c) Exceptions. shall use any street other than a major or secondary highway. that such authority shall not extend to major or secondary highways. 80. however.564. 1/22/84. no person shall operate any vehicle thereon. and any erection of signs.) 3. other than those major or secondary highways. 7/11/58. 10/5/62. 2/28/84. Commercial vehicles coming from an unrestricted street having ingress or egress by direct route to and from such restricted streets when necessary for the purpose of making pickups or deliveries of goods. or other devices thereon. Passenger vehicles operated. indicating that such street. (Amended by Ord. 134. This exemption shall not apply to vehicles operated as a round-trip sight-seeing tour service as defined by the Public Utilities Commission. subject to the approval of the Council by resolution. Eff. 111. as defined by Section 18. No.) SEC. the Department is hereby authorized to erect upon such street or portions thereof. any vehicle exceeding a maximum gross weight of 6. This exemption shall apply only if a copy of the Certificate and a description of the routes to be used in the City are filed with the Department at least two (2) days prior to the operation of any vehicle claimed to be exempt is to be operated in the City. as defined by the Public Utilities Commission.523.000 pounds on any of the streets or portions of streets set forth in Subsection (d) of this section.402. to drive. in excess of 6.000 pounds gross weight would cause traffic congestion. the Department shall place signs. 2/28/84. barriers. (a) It shall be unlawful. as defined by Section 18. (Amended by Ord. Eff. engaged. despite any lack of such determination by the Department.(a) Whenever the Department finds and determines that the travel of vehicles upon any street. Emergency vehicles. public way or portion thereof creates unusual hazards or congestion and that such street is not essential to maintain free circulation of traffic or access to property.) 4. barriers or stanchions are in place upon such street or portion thereof. by vehicles over 6.) (b) When such signs.000 pounds gross weight. No. (Amended by Ord. No.01 of this Code. public way or portion thereof is closed to vehicular traffic and preventing the entry of such traffic as far as practical. RESTRICTED USE OF CERTAIN STREETS. create a hazard to life or property. (Amended by Ord. and 5. (Amended by Ord. so long as appropriate notice of the restriction is given in compliance with Vehicle Code Section 35701(b). stanchions. close such street to vehicular traffic.01 of this Code. No.36.

629. 2/28/84. Eff. specified in this subsection. H . B (Amended by Ord.131. No. Arbor Vitae Street between Airport Boulevard and Lilienthal Avenue. Colfax Avenue from Victory Boulevard to Ventura Boulevard. 167. 5/19/80. Eff. Eff.) Center Street from Commercial Street to Ramirez Street. Eighth Avenue between 67th Street and 76th Street. No. D (Added by Ord. Eff. Coldwater Canyon Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and Mulholland Drive. Eff. Anaheim Street from Eubank Avenue to Figueroa Street. 8/17/91. C (Amended by Ord. No.097. G (Added by Ord. Beverly Glen Boulevard between Mulholland Drive and Ventura Boulevard. This exemption shall not apply to vehicles operated as a round-trip sight-seeing tour service as defined by the Public Utilities Commission. Burbank Boulevard from Vineland Avenue to Lankershim Boulevard. 158.000 pounds gross weight upon those major or secondary highways or portions thereof.) (d) The Department is hereby authorized to erect signs prohibiting vehicles over 6.681. Oper.201. Beverly Glen Boulevard between Pico Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard. No. No.) Balboa Boulevard between Balboa Boulevard (Connector road to San Fernando Road) and Rinaldi Street. 5/12/90. 153. Culver Boulevard from Vista Del Mar to the City line near Nicholson Street. E Eighth Avenue between Hyde Park Boulevard and Slauson Avenue. Collis Avenue between Huntington Drive and the City limits northerly of Coleman Avenue. Encinitas Avenue between Bledsoe Street and Roxford Street.up or discharging a passenger or passengers at any origin or destination of such passenger or passengers on any street designated by the Department pursuant to Subdivision (b) above or (d) below. (Amended by Ord. Avenue of the Stars between Santa Monica Boulevard and Pico Boulevard.564. Avenue 60 between Monterey Road and the City limits easterly of Oak Hill Avenue. No. Chatsworth Street between De Soto Avenue and Topanga Canyon Boulevard. 6/14/86. A (Amended by Ord.) Division Street between El Paso Drive and San Fernando Road. Eff. 1/22/84.) Airport Boulevard between La Tijera Boulevard and 74th Street Alla Road between Culver Boulevard and Maxella Avenue. 161.) Gage Avenue between Figueroa Street and Normandie Avenue. 5/4/03. 165. Avalon Boulevard from ‘B’ Street to the City of Carson boundary. 175.

Highland Avenue between Melrose Avenue and La Brea Avenue. I Idaho Avenue between Bundy Drive and Centinela Avenue. P (Added by Ord. No. 171. No. Pershing Drive between Manchester Avenue and a point 500 feet southerly of Waterview Street. No.603. No.519. Eff. Eff. No.Hauser Boulevard between Venice Boulevard and Jefferson Boulevard.406.) Manchester Avenue between Lincoln Boulevard and Pershing Drive. Sunset Boulevard between the city limits of Beverly Hills and Pacific Coast Highway.) Oro Vista Avenue between Big Tujunga Canyon Road and Foothill Boulevard. San Fernando Mission Boulevard between Balboa Boulevard and Reseda Boulevard. V .) La Tuna Canyon Road between the Foothill Freeway (Route 210) eastbound off-ramp and Sunland Boulevard. 8/25/00. Eff. Eff. Manning Avenue between Santa Monica Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. 10/18/97. L (Added by Ord. Manning Avenue between the Santa Monica Freeway on-ramp south of Manning Court and National Boulevard. O (Amended by Ord. Seventh Street between Boyle Avenue and Soto Street. Ninth Avenue between Exposition Boulevard and Mont Clair Street. 167. S (Amended by Ord. Inglewood Boulevard between Navy Street and National Boulevard. 167. N National Boulevard between Overland Avenue and Westwood Boulevard. South Breed Street between Whittier Boulevard and Seventh Street.729.) Sixth Street between Vermont Avenue and Fairfax Avenue. 152. Pershing Drive from Cabora Drive to Manchester Avenue.) Pershing Drive between Manchester Avenue and a point 500 feet southerly of Waterview Street. T Tyrone Avenue between Moorpark Street and Ventura Boulevard.603. 8/5/79. 173. M (Added by Ord. Ninety-sixth Street between Airport Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard. Paxton Street between Sharp Avenue and Vena Avenue. Overland Avenue between Pico Boulevard and Santa Monica Boulevard. 3/27/92. Moorpark Street between Vineland Avenue and Tyrone Avenue. Eff. 3/27/92.

2. 11/28/85. 2.430. or both. 3/18/06. For a second infraction occurring within one year of a prior infraction. W (Amended by Ord.) SEC. By a fine not exceeding $100. and a gross weight of more than 10. (e) It is unlawful and constitutes an infraction for any person to violate this section. 158. (f) Any violation of this section that would otherwise be an infraction shall be a misdemeanor if a defendant has been convicted of three or more violations of the California Vehicle Code (except for violations by pedestrians).) SEC. No. Vista Del Mar from Culver Boulevard to Imperial Highway. 177. No.461. No. 1/6/92.36. Z (Added by Ord.324. Eff. Vehicles engaged in the collection of rubbish regulated under LAMC Section 113. Eff. No.) Yarnell Street between Bradley Avenue and Foothill Boulevard. Wilshire Boulevard between Veteran Avenue and the City limits of the City of Beverly Hills. 168. 160. Eff. or by both a fine and imprisonment. which resulted in a conviction. Wilmington Boulevard from ‘C’ Street to the City of Carson boundary.) Zelzah Avenue between Rinaldi and Chatsworth Streets. Eff. 3/2/80. No. EXCEPTIONS: The provisions of this section shall not apply to any of the following: 1. 9/28/92.2. Emergency vehicles.) West Channel Road between Pacific Coast Highway and Lower Mesa Road. Every person convicted of an infraction for a violation of this section shall be punishable as follows: (Added by Ord. (Added by Ord. 167. 177. Eff.) 1. 1/29/84. 3. No.324. or this section. For this purpose. No. (Added by Ord. Y (Added by Ord. NOISE RESTRICTIONS IN USE OF STREETS.000 pounds empty.187. Eff.) Veteran Avenue between Santa Monica Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard Vineland Avenue from Camarillo Street to Burbank Boulevard. 3/18/06. (Repealed by Ord.M.) No person shall cause the engine of a commercial vehicle with at least six tires.) (g) Every person convicted of a misdemeanor for a violation of this section shall be punishable by a fine not exceeding $1. within the 12-month period immediately preceding the commission of the offense and those prior convictions are admitted by the defendant or alleged in the accusatory pleadings.324. a fine not exceeding $250.000 or by imprisonment in the County jail for a period not exceeding six months. For a third or any subsequent infraction occurring within one year of two or more prior infractions. 171. a bail forfeiture shall be deemed to be a conviction of the offense charged. 153. Eff. 8/7/97.587. 80.3.651. 80. . No.01.(Amended by Ord.354. which resulted in convictions. to operate to the disturbance of persons occupying sleeping quarters in any dwelling hotel or apartment or other place of residence while parked or standing on a public street earlier than 6:30 A. No. 177. (Added by Ord. 3/18/06.36. Eff. a fine not exceeding $200.

80. it shall be unlawful. Except as provided under Exceptions (a) and (b) of this section.3. or any private ambulance. 80. used or maintained primarily for the transportation of property for hire. (b) This section shall not apply to any vehicle which is subject to the provisions of Section 50 1/4 of the Public Utilities Act of California.587. Eff. nor to any vehicles operated under specific written authorization of the United States Corps of Engineers. No.4. Eff. CONTRA-FLOW LANES. where necessary for the picking up or the delivery of goods. propel. SEC. SEC. 151. The Department is hereby authorized to install such signs. EXCEPTIONS: (a) This section shall not prohibit such commercial vehicles from using said described streets or portions thereof. wares. Chavez Avenue and contra-flow northbound lanes along the east curb of Flower Street between lower 4th Street and 3rd Street and to restrict their use to that of the buses specifically authorized for this use by the Department. 2/25/79. United States Army. This section shall not apply to vehicles owned or in the service of the United States Corps of Engineers. Eff. No. when authorized signs and markings are in place. to drive. Renumbered Sec. merchandise or material. the Los Angeles County Flood Control District. any public ambulance. 1/29/84. (1) Olympic Boulevard between Figueroa Street and the easterly city limits of the City of Beverly Hills. to drive or propel any commercial vehicle which is designed.) Except as to buses specifically authorized for this use by the Department. or to cause or allow any such commercial vehicle to be driven or propelled on the following named streets or portions thereof. when authorized signs are in place giving notice thereof. or the City of Los Angeles.4.) No person shall drive. on or along the east curb of Spring Street between 1st Street and Cesar E. or any public utility vehicle. compensation or profit.) (a) (Amended by Ord. 80.833. 5. FLOOD CONTROL CHANNELS.36. operated or under the control of either the Los Angeles County Flood Control District or the Corps of Engineers. giving notice thereof. RESTRICTED USE OF CERTAIN STATE HIGHWAYS. 158. (Amended by Ord.7. 176. No. Chavez Avenue or on the east curb lanes of Flower Street between lower 4th Street and 3rd Street in the City of Los Angeles.36. (Added by Ord. signals or other markings as are necessary to establish a contra-flow northbound lane in. Vehicles owned or under contract to a public utility while necessarily in use in the construction. This section shall not apply to the driving or operating of a motor vehicle on the travelled portion of any public highway. 2/10/79.36. Vehicles subject to the provisions of Section 1031 – 1036 of the Public Utilities Act. 10/5/62. any vehicle into or upon any flood control channel within this City which is owned. 9/21/05. SEC. (b) The provisions of this section shall not apply to any vehicle of the Police or Fire Department.36. installation or repair of such public utility. 122. No. or the City of Los Angeles. when any vehicle mentioned in this . the Los Angeles Flood Control District. Oper.5. (2) Olympic Boulevard between the westerly City limits of the City of Beverly Hills and Sepulveda Boulevard. drawing a trailer or semitrailer. 4. Eff.904. which public utility vehicle or private ambulance has qualified as an authorized emergency vehicle.716. Vehicles used for the carriage of passengers. 80. it shall be unlawful. Ord. nor to any taxicab or any other passenger vehicle operated for hire. stop or park any vehicle in or on the east curb lane of Spring Street between 1st Street and Cesar E. or operate.

80. or cause to be placed and maintained. 2/25/79.8. signals. 2/25/79. Eff. 159.9. 5/16/75. Oper. No. car pools and other high occupancy vehicles. No. Oper. 147. for the adequate protection for the safety of operation of all motor vehicle traffic. “Preferential use of traffic lanes” shall mean the setting aside of one traffic lane for either the priority or exclusive use of buses. any public ambulance. scheduling reservations. Eff. jitneys. 151.833. (Added by Ord.00.) (a) The Department of Transportation is authorized. the following definitions shall apply: “Taxicab” shall be defined as defined in the Los Angeles Municipal Code Section 71. when any vehicle mentioned in this paragraph is operated in the manner specified in the Vehicle Code in response to an emergency call. No. “Jitney” shall be defined as any motor vehicle owned. Eff. Nor shall such apply to any vehicle of the Transportation Department while used by a Traffic Officer in the performance of such person’s official duties. 147. (d) The provisions of this section shall not apply to any vehicle of the Police or Fire Department. 2/19/85. “Carpool” shall mean a vehicle containing two or more persons.) (e) The provisions of this section shall not apply to contra flow traffic lanes.paragraph is operated in the manner specified in the Vehicle Code in response to an emergency call. or any private ambulance.) (d) The provisions of this article shall not prohibit vehicles from passing through restricted lane at any angle for the purpose of going to or from private property. SEC. Eff. (Amended by Ord. taxicabs. (c) Relettered (d) by Ord. 151. No. (Added by Ord. 2/10/79. (Title Amended by Ord. 2/10/79. (Added by Ord. Eff. (Former Subsec. Oper. controlled. just south of Aliso Street.010. and conditions as the department deems necessary or desirable for increasing the effectiveness of the street system for the safe and efficient movement of people and goods. jitneys. and to protect the adequacy of the facilities to meet traffic needs.) For the purpose of this section.) (c) (Amended by Ord. 2/19/85. The purpose of this subsection is to allow vehicles exiting such driveway to be allowed to make a right turn into the contra-flow lane for the purpose of making a right turn eastbound on Aliso Street.660. Eff. 157. Such lanes shall be subject to such geometric design standards. 2/25/79. 8/17/82.067.36. operated or managed for public use in the transportation of persons. PREFERENTIAL USE OF TRAFFIC LANES. subject to approval by resolution of the City Council to designate the preferential use of traffic lanes in streets and highways under the jurisdiction of the Department of Transportation within the City of Los Angeles and to place and maintain. 159. over any public street in the City of Los Angeles. 80. 2/10/79. 151. No. Eff.36. or any public utility vehicle. (b) It is the intent of the Council in enacting this section to stimulate and encourage the development of ways and means of relieving traffic congestion on the streets of Los Angeles and to encourage the use of buses.) SEC.660. No. provided any such vehicle. for compensation. and into which passengers are received and from which passengers are discharged along a fixed route traversed by such vehicle. Eff. such appropriate signs. No.833. (Amended by Ord. taxicabs and car pools. ASSEMBLAGES AND PROCESSIONS OF VEHICLES. (c) The provisions of this section shall not apply to any vehicle exiting the driveway on the east side of Spring Street. barriers.) Such preferential use of street lanes shall be based upon competent traffic engineering and surveys and estimates developed or supported by continuing comprehensive transportation planning processes of the city. which public utility vehicle or private ambulance has qualified as an authorized emergency vehicle. No. stanchions or other traffic control devices as may be authorized under the State Vehicle Code or as may be necessary properly to indicate and to carry out the provisions of this section or to warn or guide traffic. upon exiting such driveway does not proceed northbound on Spring Street north of Aliso Street. restrictions.833.067.) . 5/16/75.

public way or portion thereof closed by such order or resolution. street or public way or portion thereof is closed to vehicular traffic. SEC. (Amended by Ord. who. injury to persons or property or to otherwise preserve the public peace. or public way or portion thereof closed pursuant to an order or resolution adopted under Subsection A above. county. vehicles. may cause it to remain available for use by public transportation vehicles. may be given written notice that further driving past the control point. in violation of Subsection (c). it may in that action also authorize and direct the Department and/or the Police Department to close any highway. CRUISING PROHIBITED. and/or other vehicles which the Department and/or the Police Department determine are not a part of. that unless directed otherwise by the City Council. (c) No person. or other device to be placed at a location or locations which will give notice to the public indicating that such highway. It shall be unlawful for any person to operate a vehicle upon a highway. or his designee. emergency vehicles. however. will be a violation of this section. For the first offense by a fine of one hundred dollars ($100). and no additional notice shall be required prior to issuance of a second or subsequent citation. having been a passenger in a motor vehicle driven. provided. shall drive past the control point within the period while cruising controls are in effect. B. the area affected by traffic congestion. past a traffic control point established pursuant to this section and having received written notice that further driving past the traffic control point will constitute a violation of this section. or near. 171. either as the operator or passenger therein. or arrest.10. by a fine of two hundred dollars ($200). No. or a passenger in. (b) Any person. state or federal agency. Where a closure is directed pursuant to this section. For a third or any subsequent offense occurring within one year of two or more prior . Cruising is defined to mean the driving of a motor vehicle two or more times within a sixhour period.) (a) The ranking peace officer on duty within any area affected by traffic congestion may. or public way. district. or any portion thereof in order to prevent traffic congestion. and after the operator of the vehicle. Whenever the City Council determines by order or resolution that it is necessary to regulate or prohibit the assemblage or procession of vehicles on a highway. street. For a second offense occurring within one year of a prior violation of this section which resulted in a conviction. stanchions. 2. establish one or more traffic control points at or near such area to regulate cruising. the Department and/or the Police Department. past any traffic control point established by the ranking peace officer on duty within the affected area. Each successive trip past the traffic control point shall constitute a separate violation of this section. hereof. (3) Any vehicle licensed for public transportation or vehicles which are normally used for business purposes and are engaged in such business use. shall be empowered to post the signs required by this section. The ranking peace officer on duty within. street. health or safety. the Department and/or the Police Department shall cause signs. (d) This section shall not apply to: (1) (2) Any authorized vehicle as defined in Section 165 of the California Vehicle Code. barriers. Any publicly owned vehicle of any city. as the operator of. 3. street. or intended to be a part of. street. on a portion of any street identified as subject to cruising controls as specified in Subsection (a). past a traffic control point so established on a portion of any street identified as subject to cruising controls by signs posted at the beginning and end of the controlled roadway that briefly and clearly state the appropriate provisions of this section and Section 21100(k) of the Vehicle Code. or public way. having driven a motor vehicle.574. (e) It shall be an infraction for any person to violate this section and upon conviction thereof shall be punished as follows: 1. the highway. such assemblage or procession. or any portion thereof for the time and distance necessary for that purpose. a motor vehicle driven bin a particular direction. in a particular direction. having determined that such area is so affected. or. except as otherwise provided in that subsection.A. 5/1/97.36. 80. has been given the notice specified in this section.

No person. This section shall not apply to any employee of this City who is required to push. by a fine of two hundred fifty dollars ($250).37 80. PLACES CLOSED TO PEDESTRIAN TRAVEL. Trains Not to Block Streets. 7/17/67. DIVISION PEDESTRIANS Section 80. Places Closed to Pedestrian Travel. CROSSWALKS – DEPARTMENT TO ESTABLISH. (c) Cross Roadway at Right Angles to Curb. DIVISION METHOD OF PARKING Section 80.50 80. or by the shortest route to the opposite curb except in a marked or unmarked crosswalk. move or draw any hand cart or hand truck used for the transportation of persons or property on a roadway in a direction opposed to the flow of traffic thereon.) SEC. When such determination has been made. propel. shall cross a roadway at any place other than by a route which is at right angles to the curb. the Department shall install crosswalks at such intersections or other places.42 80.523. or across such structure. the Department is directed to post signs giving notice that such places are closed to pedestrian travel. “I” SEC.37. No person shall push. When such determination has been made in any case. move or draw a hand cart or hand truck upon any roadway as part of his official duties.42. The Department is hereby authorized to determine those structures or freeways or portions thereof. or permit the same to remain standing. (a) To Comply With Traffic Laws. Eff. 80. it shall be unlawful for any pedestrian to go or travel upon. 80. The Department is hereby authorized to determine those intersections or other places at which exceptional hazard exists to pedestrians crossing the roadway. Parking on Left Side of Roadway. 134. propelling. TRAINS NOT TO BLOCK STREETS.44 Crosswalks – Department to Establish. HAND CARTS AND HAND TRUCKS. (Amended by Ord. moving or drawing any hand cart or hand truck used for the transportation of persons or property upon any roadway shall be granted all of the rights and shall be subject to all of the duties applicable to the driver of a vehicle by the Vehicle Code of this State and ordinances of this city.1. while so pushing. street or public way. propelling. so as to block the movement of traffic upon any street for a period of time longer than five (5) minutes. No.) SEC. “K” .523. 7/17/67.1 80. 80. Department to Indicate Angle Parking.49 80.42. Hand Carts and Hand Trucks. SEC. When such signs are in place. moving or drawing any hand cart or hand truck. in any case. (Amended by Ord. freeway. (d) Exemption. upon which travel by pedestrians constitutes a hazard. except to perform public work or official duty or when unavoidable as a result of an emergency. Every person pushing. No.42. by appropriate markings or other devices.44. along. Eff.violations which resulted in convictions. propel.51 Parallel with Curb – Exceptions. except those provisions which by their very nature can have no application. 80. (b) To Conform to Traffic Flow. No person shall operate any train or train of cars. 134.

58 80.55 Application of Chapter.50. Eff.58. The Department is hereby directed to mark all places so designated by white lines upon the surface of the roadway. except as follows. No. When such determination has been made the Department may install signs or markings indicating that such stopping or parking is permitted.56 Establishment of Passenger. Preferential Parking Program.523. STANDING AND PARKING Section 80. 122. 80. Short Time Limit.) (b) Upon those streets where parking on the left side of the roadway or otherwise is specifically provided in this chapter.) DIVISION STOPPING. 122. Commercial. Eff. 7/17/67. (Amended by Ord. No.53 80. upon which streets commercial vehicles shall be parked at the angle to the curb indicated by such marks or signs. 80. 10/5/62. No.1 80. 10/5/62. “L” 80. 10/5/62.57 80. and “No Stopping” Curb Zones. 7/17/67.59 Establishment of Parking Zones for the Physically Handicapped. (Amended by Ord.) (b) The Department is hereby authorized to determine those locations where the stopping or parking of vehicles upon the left side of any one way roadway would not constitute an undue hazard or deterrent to the free movement of traffic. (b) Upon any street where that method of parking is prohibited by the Vehicle Code. 122. 134.) The Department is hereby authorized to determine and designate those streets and portions of streets along which the angle parking of vehicles will reduce parking congestion to the benefit of the public and where the surrounding conditions are such that the free movement of traffic will not be interfered with by that method of parking.54 80. No. (a) No person shall stop or park any vehicle within 18 inches of the left hand curb of any one way roadway unless signs or markings are in place indicating that such stopping or parking in permitted. 122. (Amended by Ord. No. PARKING ON LEFT SIDE OF ROADWAY.49. (Amended by Ord.523. 80. provided. Department May Prohibit Stopping or Parking at Certain Designated Locations. No.SEC. No person shall stand or park a commercial vehicle in a roadway other than parallel with the edge of the roadway headed in the direction of traffic and with the right hand wheels of the vehicle within 18 inches of the curb line or edge of the roadway.716.) (c) When required for the loading and unloading of such vehicles (Amended by Ord. indicating the angle at which parking is permitted. PARALLEL WITH CURB – EXCEPTIONS.523.716. Standing in Parkways Prohibited. No. Eff.716. Eff. Overnight Parking Prohibited or Limited.) (a) Upon those streets which have been marked or signed by the Department for angle parking. Eff. that angle parking shall not be permitted (a) At any place where passing traffic would thereby be caused or required to drive upon the left side of the highway. 134.52 80. 7/17/67. 80. (Amended by Ord. 134.) SEC. . Removal of Chalk Marks Placed on Vehicles by City Personnel Prohibited. SEC. Eff. however. Eff. DEPARTMENT TO INDICATE ANGLE PARKING. (Amended by Ord.716. Parking of Carshare Vehicles. 10/5/62.51.

stand or park a vehicle within any parkway. The resolution establishing an Overnight Parking District shall state the maximum number and type of Overnight Parking Permits that may be issued to any one Dwelling. 176. Dwelling Unit shall mean one or more rooms containing a kitchen. Resident Permit: a. unless it shall be apparent from the context that they have a different meaning: 1. and/or Visitor Permits and/or Guest Permits for an Overnight Parking District if such proposed district is a residential area lacking adequate off-street parking facilities. SEC. which exempts vehicles displaying a valid permit from parking restrictions established pursuant to this section. Visitor or Guest Permit may be parked exempt from the parking restrictions established pursuant to this section in the Overnight Parking District for which the permit is issued.52. 80. Overnight Parking Districts with appropriate boundaries and authorize parking restrictions to be in effect on the streets thereof between 2 a. located in a building. The resolution shall also establish the fee charged for each type of Overnight Parking Permit. . Shall be valid on any street in the Overnight Parking District. Visitor Permit: a.m. Shall be valid for a maximum period of 12 months. the Department of Transportation to issue Resident Permits. No person shall stop. or portions thereof. 1. and May be renewed annually. and 6 a. 4. Guest shall mean a person who. Motor vehicles properly displaying a valid Resident. by resolution. 2. (Added by Ord. SEC. Shall be issued only to a vehicle whose registration lists the resident as the owner and the vehicle's registered address as the resident's address in the Overnight Parking District. d. Overnight Parking District shall mean an area with boundaries designated by a City Council resolution wherein the parking or standing of vehicles on certain streets or highways. OVERNIGHT PARKING PROHIBITED OR LIMITED. Visitor shall mean a person who is visiting a Resident in an Overnight Parking District.53.m. (c) Types of Overnight Parking Permits: The Council may authorize. c. b. Overnight Parking Permit shall mean a permit issued by the Department. 9/14/05. (b) Designation of Overnight Parking District: The Council may establish. the following words and phrases are defined and shall be construed as hereinafter set out. Eff.54. by resolution. STANDING IN PARKWAYS PROHIBITED.m. is prohibited or restricted between the hours of 2 a. 5.861. standing or parking of a vehicle shall apply at all times or at those times herein specified except when it is necessary to stop a vehicle to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the directions of a police officer or official traffic control device. 3.m. No. Shall be issued to a Resident of the area to be used on any vehicle owned or leased by the Resident or his/her Visitor. (b) The provisions of this chapter imposing a time limit on standing or parking shall not relieve any person from the duty to observe other and more restrictive provisions prohibiting or limiting the standing or parking of vehicles in specified places or at specified times. 80. 80.SEC. and 6 a. (a) The provisions of this chapter prohibiting the stopping. for one night. Resident shall mean a person who lives in a Dwelling Unit located in an Overnight Parking District.) (a) Definitions: For the purpose of this section. 6. APPLICATION OF CHAPTER. and designed for occupancy by one family for living and sleeping purposes. 2. is visiting a Resident in the Resident's Dwelling Unit located in an Overnight Parking District.

c. Each Visitor Permit shall state or reflect thereon the particular Overnight Parking District and the date on which the permit shall expire. when used in the construction. Each Resident Permit shall state or reflect thereon the particular Overnight Parking District. Shall be valid on any street in the Overnight Parking District. Applicants for Overnight Parking Permits will be required to pay all amounts owed to the City of Los Angeles for any outstanding delinquent parking citations prior to the issuance of any Resident. whether privately. and May be renewed every four (4) months. A motor vehicle identified as owned by or operated under contract to a governmental agency. (e) Posting of Overnight Parking District: Upon designation of an Overnight Parking District. removal. the Department of Transportation shall cause appropriate signs to be erected in such district in accordance with procedures set forth in the establishing Council resolution. when used in the course of official government business. (g) Rules and Regulations: The Department shall have authority to promulgate and administer rules . Overnight Parking Permits shall be issued only to Residents of the Overnight Parking District. Such signs shall also state that motor vehicles with valid permits shall be exempt from the restrictions. 2. except that the resolution establishing an Overnight Parking District may authorize the Department to issue Visitor Permit(s) to absentee landlords for their personal use or for the use of their authorized property managers. 5. indicating prominently thereon the parking limitation and the period of the day for its application. 4. as well as to the penalties herein provided. d. The following vehicles shall be exempt from parking restrictions established pursuant to this section: a.b. despite the parking restrictions established pursuant to this section. the license number of the vehicle for which the permit is issued. 3. Except as provided below. operation. A motor vehicle. Each Guest Permit shall state or reflect thereon the particular Overnight Parking District and the date on which the permit is valid. municipally or publicly owned. Visitor or Guest Permit shall be permitted to be parked on any block within the Overnight Parking District for which it is issued. (f) Permit Parking Exemption: 1. 1. Visitor or Guest Permits. and the date on which the permit shall expire. identified as owned by or operated under contract to a utility. 3. Overnight parking restriction signs may be posted on school and church frontages located within the district. An Overnight Parking Permit shall not guarantee or reserve to the holder thereof an on-street parking space within the designated Overnight Parking District. b. Shall be valid for four (4) months. (d) Issuance of Permits: Parking permits for Overnight Parking Districts shall be issued by the Department of Transportation or its authorized agent. Guest Permit: a. all other motor vehicles parked within an Overnight Parking District shall be subject to the parking restrictions adopted pursuant to this section. A motor vehicle on which is properly displayed a valid Resident. b. 3. and Shall be valid only for the date specified on the permit. Shall be valid on any street in the Overnight Parking District. c. or repair of utility property or facilities or engaged in authorized work in the designated Overnight Parking District. 2. Shall be issued to a Resident of the area to be used on any vehicle owned or leased by the Resident or his/her Guest.

6/29/79. except that a bus may stop at a designated bus stop: 3. Such Resident. 9/4/06. Eff. 2.716. except that a bus may stop at a designated bus stop. 9/4/06. 177. shall be revoked by the Department and no new Overnight Parking Permits shall be issued to that Resident or household for a period of one year. nor shall any person use or display a facsimile or counterfeit Overnight Parking Permit. monetary or otherwise.) 5. Unless exempted pursuant to this section. The Overnight Parking Permit or Permits of any Resident who. consistent with this section and the direction of the Council through the resolution establishing each Overnight Parking District. No.426. At any designated bus stop. has been found by the Department to have violated any of the provisions of this ordinance. Any place within 15 feet of any “ yield” sign. life or property. 134. or an obstruction to vehicular or pedestrian passage.) EXCEPTION: Authorized school buses owned by or under contract with the Board of Education or operated by or through recognized parochial school systems are excepted from the provisions of this subdivision when loading or unloading during school days and hours when approved by the Department. 5 Renumbered by Ord. (Former Subdiv. 4 Deleted and Former Subdiv. 6 Renumbered by Ord.716. Eff. Eff. after a hearing. 4. No person shall falsely represent himself or herself as eligible for an Overnight Parking Permit or furnish false information in an application for an Overnight Parking Permit to the Department. produce or create a facsimile or counterfeit Overnight Parking Permit. stop sign or official electrical flashing device. 9/4/06. 7 Renumbered by Ord. No person shall copy. stop sign or other official electrical flashing device. Former Subdiv. and no person shall thereafter stop or park any vehicle at such place. 7. Eff.55. (Amended by Ord. Any place with 25 feet of any traffic signal.716. No. 177. except that a bus may stop at a designated bus stop. 177. (Added by Ord. 2. (Former Subdiv. transferred or used for any consideration.) 6. 7/17/67. or a serious obstruction to vehicles or pedestrian passage. No. Upon any street or portion thereof contiguous to the frontage of any elementary school. upon written notification of such revocation. junior or senior high school where it is determined that parking will create a hazard to life and property. No.523. No. Eff. . 5. 9/4/06. DEPARTMENT MAY PROHIBIT STOPPING OR PARKING AT CERTAIN DESIGNATED LOCATIONS. 177. 8 Renumbered by Ord. Eff. Any place where the stopping or parking of vehicles is determined by the Department to constitute a hazard to traffic. within 30 feet of an intersection in any business district. 4. No permit issued pursuant to this section shall thereafter be assigned. Any place within 25 feet of the approach to the nearest line of a crosswalk. shall surrender the permit or permits to the Department within 15 days.) (b) The department shall designate such places by appropriate signs or markings. (Former Subdiv.to implement and enforce the program and to implement the issuance of Overnight Parking Permits as well as the collection and deposit of fees for these permits. except that a bus may stop at a designated bus stop. but not within five feet of any traffic signal. (h) Penalty Provisions: 1.716. Any place. No. 80. SEC. 3. no person shall stand or park a motor vehicle in violation of any parking restrictions established pursuant to this section.) (a) The Department shall prohibit the stopping or parking of vehicles on any of the following places: 1. but not within five feet of said nearest line of a crosswalk. 152.

134. between the hours of 7:00 o'clock A. 182. access to property improved.484. pursuant to Subsection (c) above. 1. (Amended by Ord. No person shall stop. the Department is authorized to prescribe the longer of the two periods of time provided for below in Subsection (e)3.) 1. (Amended by Ord. Passenger vehicles may stop or stand for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers and their personal baggage. and in no event for more than five minutes. stand or park a vehicle in a commercial loading zone. 134. 3. except that a bus may stop in such zone or portion of street marked or sign posted as a bus stop. but not to exceed 30 minutes. 7/17/67. ESTABLISHMENT OF PASSENGER. COMMERCIAL.M. Such "No Stopping" zones shall be in effect during all times unless limited to specified hours and/or days by posted signs. 9/7/08. Such commercial loading zones shall be in effect during the hours and on the days indicated by posted signs. Passenger Loading zones when designated by painted curbs shall be white and stenciled “Passenger Loading Only. 7/17/67.1 of this chapter.M.” (a) White curb zones may also be stenciled “Mailbox Deposit Only” when designated .523.) (d) The Department shall install red “No Stopping” zones or signs reading “No Stopping Any Time” at places where the stopping of vehicles is prohibited under Section 80. except that commercial vehicles may stop or stand for the purpose of loading or unloading freight for the time necessary therefor. if it finds that factors exist which reasonably constitute an impediment to the utilization of nearby services and facilities within the shorter period of time. No. Eff.SEC. on any day except Sunday.) (b) The Department is hereby authorized to install commercial loading zones at those locations where it determines that hazards would thereby be reduced access to property improved. 4.M. Vehicles may be towed when passenger loading zone signs include notice that vehicles may be removed. except for a maximum of ten minutes where signs indicating a ten minute limit are posted. 80. and then only for the time necessary therefor but in no event for more than five minutes. No. and 6:00 o'clock P. or if none.) (c) The Department is hereby authorized to install short-time parking limit zones at those locations where it determines that access to property would be improved or a more equitable distribution of available curb space would be obtained.092. No person shall stop. 161. No.523. in which latter case the time limit shall be thirty minutes. Eff.523. 12/11/86. 180. 7/17/67. on any day except Sunday.55 of this Code. stand or park a vehicle at any time in any red " No Stopping" zone or portion of street posted with signs reading " No Stopping Any Time". or impedance to traffic reduced. (Amended by Ord. No person shall stop.) (e) Time Limits for All Zones. Such passenger loading zones shall be in effect during all times unless limited to specified hours and/or days by posted signs. Such time limits shall be in effect during the hours and on the days indicated by posted signs. that the public welfare requires a longer period. stand or park a vehicle in any passenger loading zone except for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers and their personal baggage and then only for the time necessary therefor. Additionally. (Amended by Ord. (f) Markings for Zones. 134.M. and 6:00 o'clock P. Eff. No. (a) The Department is hereby authorized to install passenger loading zones at those locations where the Department determines that hazards would thereby be reduced. No person shall stop. AND “NO STOPPING” CURB ZONES.733.56. stand or park a vehicle in any short-time parking limit zone for a period of time longer than that indicated by posted signs or curb markings.01. between the hours of 8:00 o'clock A. The time limits and effective hours of passenger loading zones. shorttime parking limit zones. "No Stopping" zones. and commercial loading zones shall be as follows: (Amended by Ord. Such time limit shall be fifteen minutes unless the Department determines. or if none. Eff. except as provided in Section 88. (Amended by Ord. No. Eff. No. Eff. or impedance to traffic reduced. 4/28/13) 2. SHORT TIME LIMIT.

4. Miller (1954) CR A 3178. 2.) The 30 day period of Penal Code Section 1382 does not begin to run as of the date a citation is placed upon an illegally parked car. Guest shall mean a person who is visiting in a dwelling located in a preferential parking district. rules and procedures required in this section have been met. by a City Council resolution. 6/28/58. Official signs using above standard colors and legends may be posted by the Department in lieu of painting the curbs.) 4. Such property shall be located in a preferential parking district. b. (b) Designation of Preferential Parking District : Preferential parking districts may be designated or dissolved. (Amended by Ord. No. Absentee landlord shall mean an owner of residential property who does not live on the property. No.57. upon recommendation of the Department. A guest visiting residents living in the area designated as a preferential parking district. Resident shall mean person who lives in a dwelling unit located in a preferential parking district. 2/25/79. A resident who lives in the area designated as a preferential parking district.for this purpose. 2. Eff.5 of the Vehicle Code or to disabled veterans.) (a) Definitions: For the purpose of this section. consider for designation as preferential parking districts those areas satisfying the criteria established in this section for said districts. “No Stopping” Zones when designated by painted curbs shall be RED. 5. If the Council determines that the criteria. and shall be indicated by blue paint on the curb or the edge of the paved portion of the street adjacent to the space. Commercial Loading Zones when designated by painted curbs shall be YELLOW and stenciled “Loading Only.523. PREFERENTIAL PARKING PROGRAM. No. 7/17/67. Oper.487. 111. this space may also be indicated by signs adjacent to the parking space or by other suitable means. Eff. (Amended by Ord. SEC. the following words and phrases are defined and shall be construed as hereinafter set out. 12/11/86. 171.” (Amended by Ord. 2/10/79. People v. unless it shall be apparent from the context that they have a different meaning: 1. 80. Short-time Parking Limit Zone when designated by painted curbs shall be GREEN and stenciled “15 Minutes Limit” or “30 Minute Limit.” as provided by Subsection (c) and Subdivision (3) of Subsection (e) of this section. No. No. 161.833. as specified in Section 9105 of the Vehicle Code.58. 5. Eff. Such parking spaces may be designated whenever the Department of Transportation determines that access to property would be improved for physically handicapped persons or that hazards or impedance to traffic would be reduced. ESTABLISHMENT OF PARKING ZONES FOR THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED.) The Department of Transportation is hereby authorized to designate parking spaces for the exclusive use of those physically handicapped persons whose vehicles display the distinguishing license plates or placards issued to disabled persons pursuant to Section 22511. SEC. including those created by ordinance. A commuter vehicle shall mean a motor vehicle parked in a residential area which is not owned. Eff.029. (Amended by Ord. 6/1/96. In addition to the blue paint. 134.733. (Amended by Ord. Preferential parking district shall mean a residential area with streets and boundaries designated by a City Council resolution wherein vehicles displaying a valid permit shall be exempt from parking restrictions established pursuant to this section. 80. it . 3. Eff.) 3. The City Council shall. leased or otherwise controlled by: a. 151.

or landslide. or as the result of any conditions which impact fewer than six blocks and which. Each annual parking permit shall be designated to state or reflect thereon the particular preferential parking district. Those rules and procedures. Temporary preferential parking districts may be established by Council resolution to provide relief for residents who suffer an excessive parking impact as a result of a natural disaster such as fire. as the result of an occurrence that creates unusual media attention. (d) Temporary Preferential Parking Districts: 1. Motor vehicles displaying a valid parking permit may be parked exempt from the parking restrictions established pursuant to the authority of this section in the preferential parking district for which the permit is issued. 2. Posting of Permit Parking Area: Upon designation of a preferential parking district. 1. Parking restrictions signs may be posted on school and church frontages located within the district. (e) Issuance of Permits: Parking permits for preferential parking districts shall be issued by the Department. One-day Guest permits shall be issued as provided in Subsection (m). reporting requirements. 6. f. criteria for designation of a preferential parking district and for the implementation and administration of this section. and the fact that motor vehicles with valid permits shall be exempt therefrom. 4. and any substantial changes thereto. 3. earthquake. A motor vehicle on which is displayed a valid Annual one-day Guest parking permit. shall be permitted to be parked on any block within the preferential parking district for which it is issued without being limited by parking restrictions established pursuant to this . shall be effective upon approval by the City Council. in the judgment of the Council member of the District and after consultation with the Parking Administrator. flood. Residents shall be required to purchase permits in accordance with established requirements in order to retain the district. the Department shall cause appropriate signs to be erected in the district. 2. which discretion is consistent with the Department rules adopted pursuant to Subsection (k) hereof. Applicants for any parking permits are required to clear all unpaid parking citations prior to the issuance of new permits or renewals for Annual or Visitor Permits. The Council shall accept testimony and make a finding that an adverse parking impact exists prior to approving the resolution. Any District established pursuant to this section shall be limited in duration to a maximum of 12 months from the date of approval of the resolution. the hearing and notification processes. 4. Parking permits may be issued only to residents of the preferential parking district. by resolution.may establish.03 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code except at the discretion of the Department. 3. deserve immediate relief until a permanent solution can be found. No more than three Annual parking permits shall be issued to any one dwelling unit as defined in Section 12. indicating prominently thereon the parking limitation. preferential parking districts with appropriate boundaries and parking restrictions. period of the day for its application. as provided for herein. Four-month Visitor permits shall be issued as provided in Subsection (m). g. 5. The Department shall post the streets included in the temporary district upon receipt of the necessary petitions. 5. the license number of the vehicle for which the permit is issued and the date on which the permit shall expire. (c) Designation Process and Criteria: The Department shall prepare Rules and Procedures for the designation of Preferential Parking Districts setting forth the petition process. Such district may be renewed on an annual basis by resolution until either a permanent solution is found or the problem ceases to exist. Permit Parking Exemption: 1.

municipally or publicly owned. but in no case less than $11. Eff. A motor vehicle when identified as owned by or operated under contract to a governmental agency. shall be permitted to be parked in a preferential parking district only on the block or blocks for which the permit is issued without being limited by parking restrictions on that block or blocks established pursuant to this section. The following vehicles shall be exempt from parking restrictions established pursuant to this section: a. 180. when used in the construction. operation.50 for the transfer of the permit. each Annual parking permit issued by the Department shall be valid for a period not to exceed one year. except (a) while loading or unloading property. A vehicle which displays either a distinguishing license plate or placard issued pursuant to Sections 22511. or in aid of.50. If the permit is lost or stolen. as provided for herein. Except as provided below. the Department shall collect a fee of $11. 3. The Department shall collect a fee of $11. the permittee shall surrender the permit to the Department before a replacement permit can be issued.00.50 for replacement of lost. These rules shall be submitted to and approved by the City Council. c. Annual permits may be issued only for vehicles registered in the State of California. No. change of vehicle or damaged permit.5 or 22511. The permits so transferred shall expire on the same day as do all permits in the new district. 2. Permits may be renewed annually upon reapplication in the manner required by the Department. Each application for a parking permit shall contain information sufficient to identify the applicant. or (b) when such vehicle is parked in connection with. his residence address or address of real property owned or leased within a preferential parking district. A motor vehicle. or repair of utility property or facilities or engaged in authorized work in the designated preferential parking district. 8/30/08.) (k) Rules and Regulations: The Department shall have authority to promulgate and administer rules to implement and enforce the program and to implement the issuance of preferential parking permits and the collection of fees for these permits. A motor vehicle on which is displayed a valid four-month Visitor permit. No refund shall be made for any unused portion of the permit's duration. b.059. the license number(s) of the motor vehicle(s) for which application is made. whether privately.9 of the Vehicle Code. the Department shall be notified immediately. Upon the permittee's change of place of residence. identified as owned by or operated under contract to a utility. stolen or transferred permits and the replacement permit shall expire on the same day as the original permit. (l) Penalty Provisions: 1. and such other information as may be deemed relevant by the Department. the performance of a service to or on a property in the block in which such vehicle is parked. (h) Exemption of Commercial Vehicles: No person shall without a permit therefor park or leave standing any commercial vehicle or trailer in a preferential parking district in excess of the parking restrictions authorized pursuant to this section. In the event a permittee moves from one preferential parking district to another preferential parking district. A preferential parking permit shall not guarantee or reserve to the holder thereof an on-street parking space within the designated preferential parking district. (j) Annual Permit Fees: The fee for an Annual preferential parking permit shall be $34. removal. no person shall stand or park a motor vehicle in violation of any parking restrictions established pursuant to this section. No person shall falsely represent himself or herself as eligible for a parking permit or furnish . 2.section. all other motor vehicles parked within a preferential parking district shall be subject to the parking restrictions adopted as provided in this section as well as the penalties provided for herein. when used in the course of official government business. (Amended by Ord. Unless exempted pursuant to this section. The fee for an Annual preferential parking permit shall be prorated by the month for the unexpired period of the district. (i) Application for and Duration of Permit: Except as otherwise provided.

nor shall any person use or display a facsimile or counterfeit preferential parking district permit. A Carshare Vehicle shall mean a motor vehicle that is operated as part of a regional fleet by a public or private car sharing company or organization and provides hourly or daily service. transferred or used for any consideration. (Added by Ord. An Eligible Carshare Organization shall mean a public or private company or organization satisfying the criteria of this section. No permit issued pursuant to this section shall thereafter be assigned.) (a) Definitions: For the purpose of this Section. No. 5. (m) Visitor and Guest Permits: Any resident eligible for an Annual preferential parking permit and whose residence has frontage or side frontage on a block posted with preferential parking restrictions may apply to the Department for a four-month Visitor preferential parking permit for the use of visitors to the person's residence. One Visitor preferential parking permit per year per household can be replaced at a prorated cost when lost or stolen if the applicant submits written documentation of actual loss to the Department. upon which parking is reserved for the exclusive use of vehicles displaying a permit issued pursuant to the provisions of Subsection (e) of this Section. shall surrender the permit or permits to the Department within 15 days. 3. Such person upon written notification of such revocation. No person shall park. monetary or otherwise. Eff.602. or Publicly Owned Off-Street Parking Facilities or portions of the Facilities. 6. The City's Carshare Program shall mean a program whereby the Department of Transportation designates parking spaces for the exclusive use of vehicles displaying Departmentissued Carshare Permits. Guest preferential parking permits shall be valid on any block within a district. In addition. Use of a revoked parking permit shall be subject to the penalty provisions of Subsection l(1). PARKING OF CARSHARE VEHICLES. The owners of a residence under construction and absentee landlords may purchase a maximum of two Visitor preferential parking permits for their personal use or for the use of construction service personnel. 180. (Amended by Ord.1.50 for each permit issued. the number of permits to be sold shall be determined by the Department of Transportation. No person shall copy.58. Use of a four-month Visitor parking permit on any block other than that for which the permit was issued shall be subject to the penalty provisions of Subsection l(1). No. 2. 3. (b) Designation of Spaces: The Department of Transportation is hereby authorized to designate streets or portions of streets. These permits shall be valid only on the block or blocks for which they are issued and for a period not to exceed four months. No more than two Visitor preferential parking permits shall be issued for any one dwelling at any one time.059. any vehicle or motor vehicle in a place designated for the exclusive parking of motor vehicles . unless it shall be apparent from the context that they have a different meaning: 1. 8/30/08.) SEC.50 for each permit issued. which exempts the vehicle from the parking restrictions posted pursuant to this section. The permit or permits of any person who after a hearing has been found by the Department to have violated any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be revoked by the Department and no new permit shall be issued to that person or household for a period of one year. 4/24/09. Eff. 180. The Department shall collect a fee of $22. Schools and churches that have frontage onto streets posted with preferential parking restrictions shall be permitted to purchase Visitor preferential parking permits equivalent to the number of parking spaces allowable on its posted (otherwise unrestricted) frontage. the following words and phrases are defined and shall be construed as hereinafter set out.false information in an application for a parking permit to the Department. produce or create a facsimile or counterfeit parking permit. any resident in the district may also apply for one-day Guest preferential parking permits for the use of guests to the person's residence for which the Department shall collect a fee of $2. 4. 4. A Carshare Permit shall mean a permit issued by the Department of Transportation to a Carshare Vehicle meeting the requirements of this section. Where the frontage is limited. when authorized signs are in place giving notice thereof. 80.

3. except as provided in Section 88. The Carshare Organization was selected as part of a competitive process. 8/22/12. traffic officers and parking control checkers are hereby authorized to place chalk marks on parked vehicles in performance of their duties in enforcing vehicle parking laws within the City of Los Angeles. (Amended by Ord.942. (Amended by Ord.60 80. Eff. (d) Vehicle Requirements.548. REMOVAL OF CHALK MARKS PLACED ON VEHICLES BY CITY PERSONNEL PROHIBITED. (First Sentence Amended by Ord. (a) Permission herein granted to stop or stand a vehicle for purposes of loading and unloading of materials shall apply only to commercial vehicles and shall not extend beyond the time necessary therefor. the Department shall cause appropriate signs to be erected in such street or Publicly Owned Off-Street Parking Facilities. Eff.) (a) Police officers. Eff. or Publicly Owned Off-Street Parking Facilities or portions of the Facilities. 11/30/80. 162.019.187. Only vehicles that have a properly displayed. (b) No person shall remove any chalk mark placed upon a vehicle pursuant to this section unless such vehicle has been removed from City streets or has been driven a minimum of one mile after leaving the parked location where the chalk mark was affixed. 8/22/12. 12/19/87. indicating prominently thereon the parking restrictions and stating that motor vehicles with valid permits shall be exempt from the restrictions.participating in the City's Carshare Program. 182.59.) SEC. The provisions of this section shall not apply until signs or markings giving adequate notice thereof are in place. No. 164. Taxicab and Other Passenger Vehicle Zone. on any sign installed pursuant to this section. Carshare vehicles can be accessed where they are parked without having to go to a different physical location to execute a contract and/or pick up the keys. (Amended by Ord. 80. 170. (c) Permission herein granted to stand or park for purposes of loading or unloading passengers shall .1 Effect of Permission to Load or Unload. (First Sentence Amended by Ord. No.187. and in no event for more than thirty (30) minutes. 2. 10/21/94.) (b) The loading or unloading of materials shall apply only to commercial deliveries and to the delivery or pickup of express and parcel post packages and United States mail.1 of this chapter. 80. Vehicle reservations are processed and paid for using an online system. No. Eff. No.60. (Added by Ord. No. Carshare Vehicles participating in the Carshare Program shall not be more than 72 inches in height or 20 feet in length.66. Eff. EFFECT OF PERMISSION TO LOAD OR UNLOAD. Standing in Any Alley.187. 8/22/12. that vehicles left standing in violation of such sign may be removed.61 80.) (c) Eligibility Criteria for Carshare Organizations: Participation in the City's Carshare Program is limited to carshare companies or organizations that meet the following criteria: 1. to be reserved for the exclusive parking of Carshare Vehicles. 182. The Department is further authorized to include notice. City-issued Carshare Permit are exempt from this restriction.) (e) Issuance of Permits: The Department of Transportation is hereby authorized to issue Carshare Permits to qualifying vehicles of Eligible Carshare Organizations participating in the City's Carshare Program. “M” SEC. (f) Posting of Carshare Vehicle Parking Spaces: Upon Department of Transportation designation of streets or portions of streets. 182.01. No.) DIVISION STOPPING FOR LOADING OR UNLOADING ONLY Section 80. Eff.

CR A 818.4 80. Unlawful Parking – Peddlers – Vendors. Parking of Trailers and Semitrailers. Eff. Parking Prohibited or Limited in Anti-Gridlock Zones.1 80. or operated in passenger transportation service by authority of the California Public Utilities Commission. and in no event more than five minutes. SEC.” People v. (Amended by Ord. 180.5 80.4 Prohibition of Parking of Vehicles Without Permission on Privately Owned or Publicly Owned Property. 182.00 of this code. Parking Prohibited or Limited on Private Streets. 80. “We see no reason to doubt the validity of the ordinance under which appellant was convicted.70 80. Parking in Front Yards. No person shall stop. 80. SEC.73.880. 80. Eff. (Amended by Ord. STANDING IN ANY ALLEY.66. (Amended by Ord.69. “N” Parking of Commercial and Construction Vehicles under Freeway Overpasses.74 Parking Prohibited or Limited on Certain Streets on Red Flag Alert Days. stand or park a vehicle for any purpose other than the loading or unloading of persons or materials in any alley. Eff. 152. TAXICAB AND OTHER PASSENGER VEHICLE ZONE. 6/29/79. (Amended by Ord.426.69.1.092.1 80.73.61. but shall not extend beyond the time necessary therefor. 80. 4/28/13.484.2 80.71. 9/7/08.) (b) Any zone so designated shall be occupied only during such hours of the day and for such periods of time as may be specified by the Department.71.73 80. Use of Street for Storage of Vehicles – Generally – When Prohibited. and to determine the locations thereof. except for a maximum of ten minutes where signs indicating a ten minute limit are posted. No. 173. Use of Streets for Storage of Vehicles – Prohibited. No. or by appropriate posted signs.include the loading or unloading of personal baggage.2 80. Eff.69 80.3 80. No. such zones to be used for the parking of vehicles while awaiting employment. Parking – Commercial Vehicles. .72 80. No.) DIVISION PARKING PROHIBITED OR LIMITED Section 80.) (c) The Department shall promptly cause each such zone so established to be marked either by a painting of a white line on the tops of the curbs or places stenciled with the words " No Stopping" together with the appropriate words such as "Taxicab Zone". Washing Vehicles in Street. 5/21/01.3 Parking Prohibited or Limited. (Amended by Ord. (a) The Department is authorized to establish taxicab zones and zones for other vehicles defined in Section 71. Johnson (1932).69. Eff.426. 6/29/79. Parking of Oversize Vehicles.) (d) Within the total time limits above specified the provisions of this section shall be enforced so as to accommodate necessary and reasonable loading or unloading but without permitting abuse of the privileges hereby granted. 152. No.72.) (d) No person shall stop.69. stand or park any vehicle except those authorized by the Department in any zone established in accordance with the provisions of this section.

170. stop or park a vehicle except as provided on such signs. 161. (Amended by Ord. 161. phrase or portion of this section is for any reason held to be invalid or unconstitutional by the decision of any court of competent jurisdiction. (Amended by Ord. The Council of the City hereby declares that it would have adopted the section.645. Whenever authorized signs are in place giving notice thereof. with reference to any street or portion thereof.1. it shall be unlawful for any person to park any vehicle during such prohibited times. it shall be unlawful for any person to stop or stand or park any vehicle for a period of time in excess of the parking time limit indicated by such sign. as defined in Section 463 of the California Vehicle Code.) (c) Parking Time Limits.4 Parking with Audible Status Indicator Operative.320.) (d) Limitation for Vehicles Six Feet or More in Height. (Amended by Ord.) (f) Streets Withdrawn From Public Use. Whenever authorized signs are in place giving notice that stopping or standing is prohibited during such hours or on such days as are indicated on such signs. or (2) because of proximity to a business district or center of employment. within 100 feet of an intersection. 10/21/94.) SEC. 10/17/86. If any subsection. Eff. subsection. SEC. traffic congestion. Parking Automobiles on Streets Exceeding Grade of 3%. clauses.1 during the hours specified in their respective permits issued by the Department. or portion thereof. Eff. 80. or deprive the public of the efficient use of available curb space. No. Eff. Eff. No. create a hazard.716. sight-seeing automobiles. (Amended by Ord.75. (Re-lettered by Ord.69. (b) Parking Prohibited. 10/17/86.75. 10/5/62. that vehicles parked or left standing in violation of such sign may be removed. 10/17/86. (Amended by Ord. roadway.) Whenever. Eff.645. which has been withdrawn in whole or in part from public use. No. detrimentally affect the public welfare. in addition to a street as defined by the Vehicle Code. to any street. clause. or (5) because of any other factor or condition. 161. clause. No. sentence. the Department is hereby authorized to install at any such place signs giving notice that no person shall stand. such decision shall not affect the validity if the remaining portions of this section. 161. irrespective of the fact that any portion or more subsections. 6/16/79. 10/17/86. No.01. 10/17/86. Eff. 80. except as provided in Section 88. including any load thereon. it shall be unlawful for any person to stop or stand or park any vehicle at any time during such hours or such days. The Department is further authorized to include notice on any sign which prohibits the stopping or parking of vehicles. or automobiles for hire standing in any zone designated for their use pursuant to Section 80. 170. or (4) because vehicles which are six feet or more in height (including any load thereon) parked within 100 feet of an intersection limit the visibility of approaching traffic and thereby create a hazard. Eff. the unrestricted parking of vehicles has caused. or (3) because of an unusual concentration of population. phrase or portion thereof. is prohibited at any time or during certain hours. Eff.80. The restrictions and exceptions of this section shall apply.) (a) Stopping or Standing Prohibited. Whenever authorized signs are in place giving notice that parking. No. or any portion thereof. (Amended by Ord. 152.75.645. Whenever authorized signs are in place giving notice thereof. or would necessarily cause. (Title Amended by Ord.3 80. Emergency Rules and Signs.01. (New (d) Added by Ord. except as provided in Section 88. 10/21/94.645.) (e) Exceptions. Eff. way or place. 122.019.1 80. No.66. the Department determines that: (1) the same is within a business district. No. 161.) (g) Severability.1 of this chapter. PARKING PROHIBITED OR LIMITED.645. The restrictions of this chapter shall not apply to taxicabs. it shall be unlawful for any person to park or stand a vehicle more than six feet in height.1 of this chapter. No. PARKING OF TRAILERS AND SEMITRAILERS.69.019.) . phrases or portions be declared invalid or unconstitutional.

(a) No person shall park any trailer or semitrailer upon any highway, street, alley or public way or upon any public place otherwise ordinarily used for vehicular parking. (b) The provisions of this section shall not apply to any trailer or semitrailer which does not exceed 22 feet in overall length, as measured from the foremost part of the trailer hitch to the rear extremity of the trailer body, or to any trailer or semitrailer exceeding such length which is designed for the transportation of a boat or which is designed for human habitation for camping or recreational purposes, nor shall such provisions apply to any trailer or semitrailer which is: 1. In the process of being loaded or unloaded; 2. Disabled in such a manner and to such an extent that it is impossible to avoid stopping and temporarily leaving the disabled trailer or semitrailer on that portion of the highway, street, alley or public way or upon any public place otherwise ordinarily used for vehicular parking; 3. Leased or owned by any permittee granted a permit under the provisions of Article 8 of Chapter 13 of Division 22 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code, for the duration of such permit and while parked at the location specified in such permit. 4. Leased or owned by any permittee granted a permit for construction or repair work under any of the provisions of Chapter VI of the Los Angeles Municipal Code or by a public utility engaged in work for which no such permit is required, or a vehicle leased or owned by any contractor hired by such permittee or public utility, provided that the trailer or semitrailer is used in connection with such construction or repair work and is parked upon the construction or repair site or within 150 feet thereof, as measured from the limits of the work area as specified in the permit, and only during the period of actual construction. 5. Leased or owned by a City department or a contractor or vendor hired by a City department for construction or repair work, or by a subcontractor thereof, provided that such trailer or semitrailer is used in connection with such construction or repair work, and is parked upon the construction or repair site or within 150 feet thereof, as measured from the limits of the work area, and only during the period of actual construction or repair. (c) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (b) of this section, no person shall park or leave standing, when authorized signs are in place giving notice thereof, any unhitched trailer upon any major highway, secondary highway, or collector street in the City. (Added by Ord. No. 177,086, Eff. 12/11/05.) SEC. 80.69.2. PARKING - COMMERCIAL VEHICLES. (Amended by Ord. No. 168,782, Eff. 7/12/93.) No person shall park or leave standing any commercial vehicle or any other vehicle exceeding 22 feet in length as measured from bumper to bumper, other than a house car, on any public street where a majority of the buildings situated on the property contiguous thereto is used for residential purposes, whether as singlefamily dwellings or as multi-family dwellings, nor shall any person park or leave standing any commercial vehicle for more than three (3) hours on any other public street, except that any vehicle regulated herein may park notwithstanding such prohibition or in excess of such time limitation: (1) While loading or unloading property, and additional time is necessary to complete such work; or (2) When such vehicle is parked in connection with, and in aid of, the performance of a service to or on a property in the block in which such vehicle is parked, and additional time is necessary and reasonable to complete such service. The provisions of this section shall not apply to trailers and semitrailers regulated by the provisions of Section 80.69.1 of this Code. As used in this section, the term “commercial vehicle” shall mean: (1) (2) a truck tractor; or a motor vehicle with commercial license plate; and (A) (B) exceeding 22 feet total length including bumpers, or 22 feet or less in length with the name of a business enterprise or establishment or a

sign advertising a product or service painted, attached, or otherwise affixed on or to the exterior thereof. SEC. 80.69.3. PARKING OF COMMERCIAL AND CONSTRUCTION VEHICLES UNDER FREEWAY OVERPASSES. (Amended by Ord. No. 148,582, Eff. 8/18/76.) No person shall park or leave standing any commercial or construction vehicle upon any portion of a public street which passes beneath a railroad overpass, a freeway or any other vehicular overpass if within 150 feet of either side thereof the majority of the buildings upon property contiguous to said street are used for residential purposes. The provisions of this section shall not apply to vehicles leased or owned by any permittee granted a permit under the provisions of Article 8 of Chapter 13 of Division 22 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code during the period for which such permit is granted. SEC. 80.69.4. PARKING OF OVERSIZE VEHICLES. (Amended by Ord. No. 181,218, Eff. 8/19/10.) (a) No person shall stop, stand or park, when authorized signs are in place giving notice of the restriction, any oversize vehicle, defined as a motor vehicle in excess of 22 feet in length or over 84 inches in height, between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. The registered owner of the oversize vehicle or other person having control of the oversize vehicle shall also be in violation of this section if he or she has knowledge that the oversize vehicle had been so parked and the person parking had the express or implied permission to operate the oversize vehicle. (b) Oversize vehicle restricted areas or streets may be established in either of the following manners: (1) The Council may authorize, by resolution, the streets, or portions of the streets, upon which the parking of oversize vehicles shall be restricted between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m., except for those oversize vehicles displaying a valid permit issued pursuant to the provisions of Subsection (c) of this section. Upon Council action designating streets with oversize vehicle parking restrictions, the Department of Transportation shall cause appropriate signs to be erected in those streets, indicating the parking limitation prominently on the sign and stating that motor vehicles with valid permits shall be exempt from the restrictions. (2) A Councilmember representing the district in which fewer than six street segments are impacted by the unrestricted parking of oversize vehicles may request the Department of Transportation to investigate and make a determination whether or not the parking of oversize vehicles on those street segments between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. is adversely impacting the visibility of oncoming traffic, creating constrictions in the traveled way, or substantially reducing the availability of parking for residents and businesses. For the purpose of this section, a street segment consists of both sides of a street between two adjacent intersecting streets. To make this request, the Councilmember shall send a letter to the Department of Transportation identifying the street segments to be included in the restricted area, the reasons for the request, and verifying receipt of petitions showing support for the restriction by a substantial number of affected community residents. Upon receiving a written request from a Councilmember pursuant to this subdivision, the Department of Transportation shall conduct an investigation to determine whether or not the parking of oversize vehicles between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. on the designated street segments is adversely impacting the visibility of oncoming traffic, creating constrictions in the traveled way, or substantially reducing the availability of parking for residents and businesses. In making its determination, the Department shall consider all relevant factors, including without limitation, the location of driveways relative to parked oversize vehicles, the width of oversize vehicles when compared to other parked vehicles, the existing availability of parking, the impact the oversize vehicles are having on parking availability for residents and businesses, the effectiveness of restricting oversize vehicle parking in alleviating any adverse impact on the visibility of oncoming traffic, constrictions of the traveled way and reduced parking supply, and whether signs may be erected on the street segments in a manner that provides adequate notice of the restriction. The Department of Transportation shall report the results of its investigation and determination to the City Council. The City Council may by resolution

authorize the street segments upon which the parking of oversize vehicles shall be restricted between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m., except for those oversize vehicles displaying a valid permit issued pursuant to the provisions of Subsection (c) of this section. Upon Council action designating street segments with oversize vehicle parking restrictions, the Department of Transportation shall cause appropriate signs to be erected in those street segments, indicating the parking limitation prominently on the sign and stating that motor vehicles with valid permits shall be exempt from the restrictions. (c) Notwithstanding the above, the parking of oversize vehicles, as defined in Subsection (a) of this section, shall be allowed for the limited purposes of loading and unloading in areas established pursuant to the provisions of Subsection (b) of this section, provided that the oversize vehicle properly displays a valid permit that was issued in advance by the Department of Transportation. The permit for loading or unloading shall be issued for a fee of $10.00 per day and for a period not to exceed three consecutive days. The use of this permit shall be limited to the purchasing resident's street segment, or adjacent street segment if authorized by the Department. A permit issued pursuant to this subsection shall not guarantee or reserve to the holder an on-street parking space. SEC. 80.70. PARKING PROHIBITED OR LIMITED IN ANTI-GRIDLOCK ZONES. (Added by Ord. No. 177,753, Eff. 9/8/06.) (a) Whenever, with reference to any Major Highway or portion of a Major Highway, the Department determines that traffic demand between 6:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. on weekdays requires the use of the curb lane as an additional, continuous lane for through-traffic in order to avoid gridlock, it shall be unlawful for any person to park, stand or stop a vehicle in an Anti-Gridlock Zone, other than for emergency repairs or activities authorized by the City pursuant to permits issued for these activities, during these hours and days as are indicated on signs. The Department of Transportation shall determine and identify those streets in the City of Los Angeles that comprise Anti-Gridlock Zones, and shall install and maintain signs giving notice of the Zone. (b) The Department of Transportation is authorized to include notice, on any sign that prohibits the stopping or parking of vehicles in an Anti-Gridlock Zone during certain hours and days, that vehicles parked or left standing in violation of the sign may be removed. (c) The provisions of Section 88.01.1 of this chapter are not applicable to signs erected pursuant to this section. SEC. 80.71.3. PARKING IN FRONT YARDS. (Added by Ord. No. 170,903, Eff. 3/16/96.) No person shall park any vehicle in the front yard of any residential property. “Residential property” shall mean any property used for human habitation and shall include, but not be limited to, any property in the “A” or “R” Zones of the City. The front yard shall consist of that area in the front of the property between the adjacent street and any building or structure thereon, exclusive of any area used as a driveway to access a garage or other parking structure. SEC. 80.71.4. PROHIBITION OF PARKING OF VEHICLES WITHOUT PERMISSION ON PRIVATELY OWNED OR PUBLICLY OWNED PROPERTY. (Title Amended by Ord. No. 159,155, Eff. 7/23/84.) (a) No person shall park a vehicle on private property or publicly owned property without the permission, express or implied, of the owner or person in lawful possession of such property or in a manner different or for a period of time longer than the permission which was given. No person, regardless of whether permission has been given by the owner or person in lawful possession, shall park a vehicle in a fire access road established, maintained and posted with signs pursuant to the provisions of Los Angeles Municipal Code Section 57.09.05. (Amended by Ord. No. 163,974, Eff. 10/1/88.) (b) No person shall park a vehicle on property owned or operated by the City and designated or set apart for vehicle parking purposes by employees of the City without the direct or implied consent of the City or its authorized agent. (c) Any vehicle parked in violation of this section may be removed to the nearest public garage from

7/23/84. except as provided on such signs. police. hawking. or food of any kind. 7/23/84.) . or pushcart for the purpose of peddling. to park any vehicle on any of the streets or portions of streets in the City's Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zone in violation of the signs. that vehicles parked in violation of the sign may be removed. when authorized signs are in place giving notice.72. stand. (Amended by Ord. 177. 80.09. 163. or if vacant or improved with any other type of buildings or used for other than single family residence purposes if there is displayed on the property in plain view of a sign. the person causing the removal of the vehicle shall comply with all of the notice provisions of California Vehicle Code Section 22658. Eff. Eff. (b) It shall be unlawful. 174. 80.72. beverages.) SEC. on any sign that prohibits the parking of vehicles on Red Flag days. and further containing a telephone number of the Los Angeles Police Department which may be called by the person parking the vehicle. (Amended by Ord. wares.) (b) As used in this section. Eff. said Department may install signs or markings giving notice that no person shall stop or park a vehicle.155.523. sanitation and public utility vehicles. 3/1/63. health. No. (a) It shall be unlawful for any person to stop. merchandise. the Department of Transportation is hereby authorized to install and maintain at that place signs giving notice that no person shall park a vehicle during a Red Flag Alert in the City of Los Angeles.73. wagon. the Fire Department determines that parking on one or both sides of the street would create a hazard to life or property by interfering with emergency vehicle access and resident evacuation during a major brush fire. (Added by Ord.155.05 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code. 7/23/84. (a) Whenever the Department shall determine that the stopping or parking of vehicles on a private street constitutes a hazard to traffic. not less than 24 inches by 24 inches in size which states that public parking is prohibited. which number shall be the same number to which the owner of the property or person in lawful possession thereof notifies the police department of the intent to remove the vehicle. (d) The provisions of Section 88. fruit.) (a) Whenever. No. Eff. with reference to any street or portion of a street in the City of Los Angeles' Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zone. or park any vehicle.215. (Amended by Ord.587.01 of this code. The Department of Transportation is further authorized to include notice. 2/8/06. 12/8/01. UNLAWFUL PARKING – PEDDLERS – VENDORS.5.) (f) The provisions of Subsection (c) and (d) hereof shall not limit the authority of any police officer or firefighter to order the removal of a vehicle parked in a place where parking is prohibited pursuant to Section 57. 134.) (e) The Los Angeles Police Department shall advise owners so requesting of the phone number where notice shall be given of the intent to remove a vehicle.155. Eff. Eff. (Added by Ord. 7/17/67.01. as well as those privately owned and maintained easements or roads which are generally used by the public for vehicular travel. 159. vegetables. No. (Amended by Ord. No. No. PARKING PROHIBITED OR LIMITED ON CERTAIN STREETS ON RED FLAG ALERT DAYS. the term “ private street” includes “private streets” as defined in Section 18. 159. No. No. which number shall also be placed on the sign. on any street within this City except as provided for in this section. indicating that parked vehicles will be removed at the expense of the owner of the vehicle.284. 159. 10/1/88. PARKING PROHIBITED OR LIMITED ON PRIVATE STREETS. 123. Eff.974. (Added by Ord. (Added by Ord. No. displaying or offering for sale therefrom any goods.1 of this chapter are not applicable to signs erected pursuant to this section. (c) Signs prohibiting parking installed pursuant to this section are only enforceable on Red Flag Alert days in the City of Los Angeles as declared by the Mayor or his designee. or an obstruction to the adequate access by fire.the property by the owner or person in lawful possession thereof if the property is improved with a single family dwelling. 80.) (d) Prior and subsequent to causing the removal of a vehicle on the authority of Subsection (c) of this section. Eff. life or property.) SEC. SEC.

Definitions: (Amended by Ord.264. Eff. offering or exposing for sale. a litter receptacle which is clearly marked with a sign requesting . traffic. either propelled or drawn by motorized or other force. 6/26/00. wagon or pushcart not included within the definition of “ catering truck”. “Street” shall mean all that area dedicated to public use for public street purposes and shall include. alleys. 174. said greater distance shall prevail and be controlling. sidewalks and public ways. dispensed in prepared. B. stand or park a catering truck upon any street for the purpose of dispensing victuals under any circumstances in violation of stopping.284. Eff. selling or giving away. Eff. 3/19/78. (5) Any location within 500 feet of the nearest property line of any school. No.561. (2) (3) (Deleted by Ord. No person shall stop. 173. B. but not be limited to. “Victuals” shall mean fruit. No. No person shall dispense victuals from any portion of a catering truck on any street in any manner which causes any person to stand in that portion of the street which is between the catering truck and the center of the street. “Catering truck” shall mean any motorized vehicle designed primarily for dispensing victuals. 12/8/01. or (Deleted by Ord. Eff.) Any location within 100 feet of the nearest part of: (i) (ii) (4) any intersection.00 of this Code. between the Los Angeles River and the City limits (Betty Davis Picnic Area).264. (ii) The roadway of any freeway on-ramp or off-ramp. nutritious or otherwise. D. 173. For purposes herein. displaying for sale. 2. (Amended by Ord. wares or merchandise. fire. D. vegetables. the following definitions shall apply: A. For purposes herein. the term “ catering truck” shall include any trailer designed primarily for dispensing victuals but only if attached to a motor vehicle at all times during which victuals are being dispensed. except as may be authorized under Section 42. MacArthur Park. business or other regulations set forth in the Los Angeles Municipal Code. safety. Persons who dispense victuals under the provisions of this section may not do so unless at that time they provide or have available in a conspicuous place in the immediate vicinity of the catering truck.) The dispensing of victuals shall be permitted on any street except at or from: (1) Any trailer. 6/26/00. roadways. meat. Restrictions: A. parkways. In the event of a conflict between any of the above specified distances and a greater distance otherwise required by law. victuals shall not include other goods. hawking. soliciting the sale of. “Dispense or dispensing” shall mean peddling. Robert Burns Park. No. C. beverages or food of any kind. standing or parking prohibitions or restrictions either shown by signs or curb markings or as otherwise provided by the State Vehicle Code or the health. packaged or other form suitable for immediate ingestion or consumption by human beings. (Amended by Ord. and Ferndell Drive between Los Feliz Boulevard and Red Oak Drive.(b) Catering Trucks. 150.284.) 1. No. the following portions of Griffith Park: Riverside Drive between the Glendale Boulevard off-ramp and Los Feliz Boulevard. No.) For the purposes of this Section. or any other vehicle incidentally used for dispensing victuals. Eff.) Any location within 200 feet of: (i) Balboa Park. 174. “Catering truck” shall not include any other trailer or any wagon or pushcart. C. 12/8/01. Banning Park.

such permit shall be forthwith revoked by the Department upon the filing of the record of such conviction with it. Provided. as measured in a straight line. Eff. Eff.620.264. No. 134. a violation of this provision shall be punishable by a civil penalty of $500. 7/23/06. sublease or rent a catering truck to any other person knowing that such person does not possess one or more valid licenses or permits required by the City or by the County of Los Angeles in order to dispense victuals from a catering truck. which will be automatically activated in the event the vehicle backs up. at any location. adding together all times parked at each commercial location.) Notwithstanding the provisions of Municipal Code Sections 114.00 for the second and each subsequent offense. used with or for dispensing the victuals. In the event that the holder of any such permit is convicted in any court of competent jurisdiction. for violating any of the provisions of this section. adding together all time parked at each residential location. 177. from the location where the vehicle was parked at the beginning of the 30-minute period. however.284.) No person shall lease. (Amended by Ord.) (d) No person shall park or stand any vehicle. 6/26/00. no person shall drive or operate a catering truck for the purpose of dispensing victuals unless such catering truck is equipped with an audible alarm which can be heard at a distance of 100 feet from the vehicle. Upon the elapse of that period of time. and no permit . Eff. and the vehicle shall not return to that location for at least another 30 minutes from the time of departure or relocation. No permit shall be issued for any such location within the Central Traffic District. any catering truck that continues to be used for the purpose of dispensing victuals must be parked at a location more than half a mile distant.76. Eff. No. G. which exceeds 30 minutes. F. (Added by Ord. 7/17/67. which exceeds one hour. Upon the elapse of that period of time. including any packages or containers. prior to leaving the location. Such alarm must be installed within six months of the effective date of this regulation. No. this provision shall not apply to any license or permit which cannot be secured until the vehicle is in the possession of the lessee.00(m). 174. from the location where the vehicle was parked at the beginning of the one hour period. wagon. H. 5/11/01. a catering truck operator. The requirement that a vehicle must be parked one-half mile distant shall only apply if the new parking location is in a residential area. No catering truck shall remain parked at any commercial location for the purpose of dispensing victuals. No.2 of this Code.854. (Amended by Ord.its use by patrons. no person shall park or stand any vehicle. (c) (Deleted by Ord.76. any catering truck that continues to be used for the purpose of dispensing victuals must be parked at a location more than half a mile distant. or wagon without first obtaining a written permit to do so from the Department which shall designate the specific location where such vehicle may stand. Eff.523. 80.) No catering truck shall remain parked at any residential location for the purpose of dispensing victuals. or parts of either. 134. Eff. 173.1 and 80. and the vehicle shall not return to that location for at least another 60 minutes from the time of departure or relocation. 80. 7/17/67. (Amended by Ord. or push cart on any location other than as designated in such permit. Notwithstanding the provisions of Sections 11. or wagon used or intended to be used in the transportation of property for hire on any street while awaiting patronage for such vehicle. 12/8/01.76. as measured in a straight line. No. or at any commercial location within a half mile radius of that location. for a period of time.000. for a period of time. (Amended by Ord.05.04 and 114. remove and dispose of all trash or refuse which consists of materials originally dispensed from the catering truck.523. shall pick up. sublessee or renter. or at any residential location within a half mile radius of that location. E. After dispensing victuals. No.) (f) Whenever any permit is granted under the provisions of this section and a particular location to park or stand is specified therein. 173.00 for the first offense and $1.) (e) No person shall stand or park a vehicle upon any street for the purpose of displaying such vehicle for sale by sign or otherwise.

(Repealed by Ord. (c) It shall be unlawful for any person to park or leave standing on any public street. (Added by Ord.785.945. 6/9/94. any vehicle or part of parts thereof pending delivery or during delivery to a person who deals in or whose business involves the wrecking. USE OF STREETS FOR STORAGE OF VEHICLES – PROHIBITED. junking or dismantling of used vehicles.) (a) No person shall dust. (Amended by Ord. custody or control of any vehicle to park that vehicle or leave it standing upon any highway.) No person shall park a vehicle on any street or upon any public or private property which while so parked . Eff. No. (Amended by Ord.) Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 11. (Amended by Ord. 80. junking or dismantling of used vehicles. 80. (Amended by Ord. 80.523. 163. alley way or place. 7/12/93. Eff. No.569. every violation of any of the provisions of this Section which is punishable as an infraction. leasing. 168. any enforcement agency shall have the right to demand copies of the report of vehicles in the custody of any automotive repair site or used sales area as specified in Section 12. repossession. 168. (b) No person shall park a vehicle on any street for the purpose of dusting.74.) SEC. (Added by Ord. alley way or place. 9/4/05. Eff. No.) (g) (Amended by Ord. rental. No. Eff. unless the vehicle so stored or left standing is currently licensed by the Department of Motor Vehicles and is fully operable. 139. 173. shall be punished by a fine of not less than $100 for the first violation. 134. 11/29/69. 2/27/88. Eff. Eff.) SEC. 169. SEC. 6/18/01. rental. 6/26/00. wiping. wash or otherwise clean.4. alley.2.840.) (b) It shall be unlawful for any person who deals in or whose business involves the wrecking.782. repair.1.161.75. 176. (Amended by Ord.782. 173. No. Eff. WASHING VEHICLES IN STREET. any vehicle pending delivery or during delivery to a person who deals in or whose business involves wrecking. No. repossession or transportation of new or used vehicles shall park or leave standing on any one or more streets or alleys during the conduct of such business any vehicle held for sale.73. repair. junking or dismantling of used vehicles to park.73. store.00(m) of this Code. 7/3/06. junking or dismantling.264. wiping. or leave standing on any public street.370. (Added by Ord. 177. Eff.75. leasing. washing or otherwise cleaning.) It shall be unlawful for any person who owns or who has possession. No. No. transportation or other disposition. SALE OF VEHICLES OR BICYCLES – WHERE PROHIBITED. 7/12/93.21 I. 7/17/67. of this Code. No. shipment. or use or employ any method of dusting. 7/12/93. street or alley for 72 or more consecutive hours.1. Eff. $200 for the second violation and $250 for each subsequent violation within one year. 80. any vehicle or portion thereof while on any street unless such vehicle is owned by or under the direct control or supervision of the person doing any of the acts herein enumerated. USE OF STREET FOR STORAGE OF VEHICLES – GENERALLY – WHEN PROHIBITED. Eff. 80. SEC. 168. Eff.shall thereafter be issued to such person until six (6) months have elapsed from the date of such revocation.) (d) It shall be unlawful for any person to unload or store on any public street. (Amended by Ord. PARKING WITH AUDIBLE STATUS INDICATOR OPERATIVE. way or place any vehicle or part or parts thereof which has been delivered to him or which is in his possession or custody for wrecking. No.) (a) No person who deals in or whose business involves the sale.782.) (e) While in the process of enforcing this section. unless the vehicle so parked or left standing is currently licensed by the Department of Motor Vehicles and is fully operable. washing or otherwise cleaning such vehicle or portion thereof unless it is owned by or under the direct control or supervision of such person. trade. No. SEC. wipe.

SEC. The Commissioners are hereby authorized to install such signs as they may deem necessary to give notice of the effect of any such emergency rule at any particular occasion. and provided further that no rule so adopted shall remain in force longer than thirty days unless incorporated into an ordinance. EMERGENCY RULES AND SIGNS. 134. PENALTIES. Vehicle Release Fee. or by other means. (a) Authority of Commissioners. or otherwise use any vehicle in violation of any emergency rule adopted and published by the Commissioners pursuant to the authority granted by this section.75.77. or in control of. (c) Violation Prohibited.6. a motor vehicle shall permit it to stand on any street or highway unattended when upon any grade exceeding three per cent (3%) within any business or residence district without blocking the wheels of said vehicle by turning them against the curb. The time period shall be calculated from the point in time of the emission of the first audible sound used in calculation and shall end one minute thereafter. the Department is hereby authorized and directed to cause appropriate signs to be posted and maintained on such streets. not withstanding any variation or temporary stoppage in the emission of audible sound.77.76. Removal of Parked Cars.77. 80.) (b) When signs are erected in places giving notice thereof. SEC. DIVISION PENALTIES AND EFFECT OF CHAPTER Section 80. In the event enforcement of a violation occurs under this section. 80. No. or in violation of the instructions of any sign installed hereunder. Infractions. park. Booting Fee. 80. 80. (Amended by Ord.76.75. provided. The Commissioners are hereby authorized to adopt rules regulating parking or other use of vehicles upon the streets and other public ways of travel whenever they deem it necessary to meet an emergency not expressly provided for under any other provisions of this chapter.1 80.77 80.76 80. PARKING AUTOMOBILES ON STREETS EXCEEDING GRADE OF 3%. no person driving.76.4 Official Police Garages.07 of the Municipal Code for the same violation.2 Penalties. (b) Emergency Signs – Installation Authorized. however.3. an audible status indicator is a component of a vehicle theft alarm system which emits a chirp.2 80. for any person to operate.77. It shall be a misdemeanor. punishable as elsewhere provided in this chapter. As used in this section. When such determination has been made. Eff. or by other means.1 80. (a) The Department is hereby authorized to determine those streets in the City of Los Angeles which have a grade exceeding three per cent and upon which a hazardous condition would be created unless unattended motor vehicles were parked by blocking the wheels of said vehicles by turning them against the curb.4. Civil Penalties. no enforcement action shall be taken under Section 114. the resolution adopting any such rule shall be published once in a newspaper of general circulation in this city and shall thereupon become effective. voice message or other sound audible outside the vehicle for a duration of more than one minute for the purpose of warning an approaching person that a vehicle theft alarm system is installed and armed or operational. that in any such case.emits sound from an audible status indicator. . “O” 80.3 Receipt by City Clerk of Proceeds of Sale of Forfeited Vehicles Under State Vehicle Code Section 14607. SEC.523. 7/17/67.

Eff.2.518.61 or 89. 88. For a second violation within a period of one year by a fine of not to exceed One Hundred Dollars ($100).6 89.1(d) 80. no less than $100.6 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code defaces.73(b)(2). or by imprisonment in the City Jail for a period not exceeding ten (10) days.) EXTENDING PARKING TIME OFF-STREET PARKING METERS NOT TO BE USED (Deleted by Ord.518.09(l) 88.D.E 80.) EXTENDING PARKING TIME IMMEDIATE DEPOSIT OF COINS DEPOSITING COINS TO EXTEND TIME (Deleted by Ord.) Notwithstanding Section 80. No. 173.5(c) 89. 80.4 89.10 88. Eff.1. 168. The first and second violation of Section 88. the fine imposed upon conviction shall be no less than $50. 169. or by imprisonment in the City Jail for a period not to exceed six (6) months.) 80.00(m) of this Code. 80.06(a) 87. violation of any of the sections or subsections of the Los Angeles Municipal Code described herein shall be an infraction: SECTION DESCRIPTION 80.518. (c) Notwithstanding Section 11.) REMOVAL OF CAR WITHOUT PAYING FEES SEC.C.73.00 for the first offense.76. where any person in violation of Section 88. 4/11/94. (Amended by Ord.76.35. opens or willfully breaks. or by both such fine and imprisonment. For a third and each additional offense committed within one year by a fine of not exceeding Five Hundred Dollars ($500). or by imprisonment in the City Jail for a period not exceeding five (5) days. destroys or impairs the usefulness of any parking meter. No. 169.12 88. The third and subsequent violation of these sections shall be deemed a misdemeanor. or by both such fine and imprisonment.75 86. 88.) (a) It is unlawful for any person to do any act forbidden or fail to perform any act required by this chapter. Eff.73(b)2A(1) VENDING FROM NON-CATERING TRUCK VEHICLES (Amended by Ord.61 or 89.00 for the third and each additional offense committed within one year of the date of commission of the first offense. No.35. No. Eff. tampers with. Eff. For the first offense by a fine of not to exceed Fifty Dollars ($50). 7/12/93. SEC.782. 4/11/94.264. No. INFRACTIONS.(Amended by Ord. 2. and 3. 169. injures.11.40(c) CATERING TRUCKS. 6/26/00. No. 169.35.518.09(g) 87. 4/11/94.35.62 89.00 for the second offense and no less than $300. Eff. any person violating any of the provisions of this chapter shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished as follows: 1. . CLEANUP OF AREA USE OF STREETS FOR STORAGE SALE OF VEHICLE DRIVING-SIGNS POSTED PROHIBITING COMPLIANCE WITH ORDERS PAYMENT OF PARKING FEE PARKING METERS NOT TO BE USED (Deleted by Ord.76 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code.11 88.61 88.60 88.6 shall be deemed an infraction.11. 4/11/94. CIVIL PENALTIES.35. (b) Except as provided elsewhere.

No. No. No. DIST.72.73(a) 80. 6/26/00.55(a)4 80.69. 177.51(a) 80. 178. 173.72 80.) DESCRIPTION PARKING NEAR OR FOLLOWING EMERGENCY VEH.69(a) 80.1(c) 80. 170. 177.69.69.5 80.54(h)1 6/21/07. 7/12/93. 3/16/96. violation of any of the sections or subsections of the Los Angeles Municipal Code described herein shall be punishable by civil penalty: SECTION 80.49 80.BUSINESS DISTRICT 25 FEET CROSSWALK ANY POLICE STATION PASSENGER ZONE (WHITE) LOADING ZONE (YELLOW) SHORT TIME LIMIT ZONE (GREEN) NO STOPPING ZONE (RED) PREFERENTIAL PARKING CARSHARE PARKING (Added by Ord. 2/8/06. Eff. No.56(e)3 80.56(e)4 80.215.4 80. Eff.) PARKING IN FRONT YARDS (Added by Ord. 180. Eff. No. No. VEHICLES AND TRAILERS IN RES. No.1 80.) Notwithstanding Section 80.086.794.VEHICLE CAPABLE OF TOWING PARKING UNHITCHED TRAILER (Added by Ord.73(b)(2)(f) 80. No.903.) 80.1(d) 80.53 80.) COMM.876.25 80. 177. 177.55(a)3 80. 10/23/09.1(a) 80. 168.264.) PARKING WITHOUT PERMISSION PARKING ON RED FLAG DAY (Added by Ord.753. Eff.69(c) 80.55(a)1 80. 10/6/06.76 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code.71. HAZARDOUS AREA 30 FEET OF INTERSECTION . Eff.602*.A(2)(3) (4)(5) DISTANCE LIMITATIONS (Amended by Ord.69.) PARKING ON PRIVATE STREET (Amended by Ord.(Added by Ord.69(d) 80.69.56(e)2 80.66.782. Eff.58(k)1 80.61 80.3 80. Eff. WRONG SIDE/NOT PARALLEL-OVER 18” FROM CURB PARKING ON LEFT SIDE OF ROADWAY PARKING WITHIN A PARKWAY OVERNIGHT PARKING WITHOUT PERMIT (Added by Ord. No.73(b)2.56(e)1 80. No. 180.) PARKING OF CATERING TRUCKS CATERING VIOLATION .STANDING IN RESTRICTED ZONES STOPPING OR STANDING PROHIBITED PARKING PROHIBITED PARKING TIME LIMITS PARKING OF VEHICLES MORE THAN SIX FEET HIGH PRKG TRAILER .70 80.) ALLEY .4 80.58. Eff. Eff.71.69(b) 80. 12/11/05.) PARKING IN ANTI-GRIDLOCK ZONE (Added by Ord.2 80. 9/8/06.876.TIME LIMITS . 4/24/09.3 80. PARKING UNDER FREEWAY OVERPASSES PARKING OF OVERSIZE VEHICLES (Added by Ord.55(a)2 80. Eff.

39.1(b) 89. PARKING OUTSIDE SPACE INDICATED METERS . 6/9/94.3 85.FAILURE TO DEPOSIT COIN OVERTIME USE OF METER SPACE OFF-ST.1 PARKING WITH AUDIBLE STATUS INDICATOR OPERATIVE (Added by Ord.03(a) 88.5(b) 89.13(a) 88.39.39 89.2 80.11 87.73(e) 80. DEPOSIT COIN IN METER FAILURE TO REMOVE VEH.F 80.64 89.73(b).36 89.13(b) 88.73(c) 80. PARKING OUTSIDE SPACE INDICATED OFF-STREET FAILURE TO DEPOSIT COINS FAILURE TO OBEY OFF-STREET PARKING SIGNS PARKING METER SPACES FAILURE TO IMMED.75.06(b) 87. 169.54 88.02 87.01(b) 86.1(a) 89. Eff.2.35. No.03 86.5(a) 89.03 87.RED CURB PARKING AT GREEN CURB PARKING AT YELLOW CURB PARKING AT WHITE CURB STOPPING OR STANDING PROHIBITED PARKING PROHIBITED PARKING TIME LIMITS PRKG RESTRICTED TO HOTEL-MOTEL VEHICLES PARKING WHERE GRADE EXCEEDS 3% REPAIRING VEHICLE IN STREET STANDING OR PARKING OF VEHICLES IN PARKS NO PARKING OTHER THAN POSTED AREAS PARKING NEAR FIRE HYDRANT PARALLEL PARKING REQUIRED PARKING TIME PROHIBITED PARKING PROHIBITED ON CERTAIN ROADWAYS PARKING PROHIBITED ON CERTAIN STREETS .39.2 PARKING PROHIBITED IN HARBOR DISTRICT PARKING BY RECREATIONAL VEHICLES ADVERTISING PROHIBITED OTHER PARKED VEH.06 87.75.1 89.73.38 89.35.04 87.73.80.09(a)(b)(c) (d)(e)(h)(k) 87.) 80. WHEN METER EXPIRES NO STOPPING .1(a)(b)(c) 80.73(d) 80.39.63(a) 88.37 89.1(c) 89.785.73(f) 80.05 87.53 88.74(b) TIME RESTRICTIONS LUNCH WAGONS. CENTRAL AREA OF CITY “FOR HIRE” WITHOUT PERMIT “FOR SALE” VIOLATING PROVISIONS OF PERMIT TO PARK STORING VEHICLES IN THE STREET MORE THAN 72 HOURS ON STREET OR ALLEY CLEANING VEHICLE IN STREET 80.35.

(e) Whenever a vehicle is removed from the streets of the City and stored as authorized by Subsection . (d) Police Officers and Traffic Officers are hereby authorized to remove from streets or highways within the City of Los Angeles to the nearest garage or other place of safety. REMOVAL OF PARKED CARS.40(b) 89. Oper.40(a) 89. No 151.09(d) 87.89.45 89. Such report shall be made on a form furnished by such department and shall include a complete description of the vehicle the date.77.11 PARKING WITHIN MARKERS USING MORE THAN ONE SPACE PARALLEL PRKG .44(c) 89.833. a copy of such notice shall be given to the proprietor of such garage. any vehicle which has been parked or left standing in violation of an official sign prohibiting the stopping or parking of vehicles and giving notice that such vehicle may be removed. 80.09(e) 87. (Amended by Ord. 2/10/79. 2/25/79.09(h) 87. In the event any such vehicle is stored in a public garage. (c) Whenever a Police Officer or Traffic Officer removing a vehicle from a street or highway under this section does not know and is not able to ascertain the name of the owner or for any other reason is unable to give the notice to the owner as hereinbefore provided.09(k) 87. then and in that event the Police Officer or Traffic Officer shall immediately send or cause to be sent written report of such removal by mail to the Department of Motor Vehicles at Sacramento and shall file a copy of such notice with the proprietor of any public garage in which the vehicle may be stored. SEC. and is repealed thereafter. and in the event the vehicle is not returned to the owner within a period of 120 hours.) (a) Police Officers and civilian employees of the Department of Transportation designated as Traffic Officers for purposes of this section are hereby authorized to remove from highways. streets or alleys within the City of Los Angeles to the nearest garage or other place of safety designated or maintained by the Police Department.09(a) 87. street or alley for 72 or more consecutive hours. any vehicle which has been parked or left standing on such highway. time and place from which removed.09(c) 87.POSTED AREAS EXCESS OF TIME LIMIT LOADING ZONES TEMPORARY NO PARKING PARKING IN MORE THAN ONE ALLOCATED SPACE PARKING OTHER THAN BETWEEN PAINTED LINES RECREATION VEHICLE OVERNIGHT * Note: This ordinance shall remain in effect until midnight on December 31. the grounds thereof and of the place to which such vehicle has been removed. Eff. or to a garage or other place of safety designated or maintained by the Police Department.43 89. the grounds for such removal and the name of the garage or place where the vehicle is stored.42 89.09(b) 87. 2010. such Police Officer or Traffic Officer shall immediately give or cause to be given notice in writing to such owner of the fact of such removal.RIGHT WHEELS 18” FROM CURB PARKING IN CROSSWALK VIOLATION OF EMERGENCY RULES OR SIGNS PARKING OF “FOR HIRE” VEHICLES PARKING RESTRICTED TO “FOR HIRE VEHICLES” WITHIN 6 FEET OF RAILROAD TRACK NO PARKING OR STANDING . (b) Whenever a Police Officer or Traffic Officer removes a vehicle from a street or highway as authorized in this section and the officer knows or is able to ascertain from the registration records in the vehicle or from the registration records of the California Department of Motor Vehicles the name and address of the owner thereof.46 87.

(Amended by Ord.(d) above. 80. (d) Each operator shall. (Amended by Ord. Eff. At the time the statement is filed. 164.301. 10/25/10. Eff.7 or any other Code section which authorized similar immobilization. (c) Each operator of an Official Police Garage shall collect the fee imposed by this section at the same time the towing and storage charges are collected.041. of the total amount of fees imposed by this section collected for said period. (Added by Ord. (g) Any fees imposed by this section which are not collected by an operator or which are collected by an operator and not remitted to the Office of Finance shall be deemed a debt owed by the operator to the City. the full amount of said fees collected shall be remitted to the Office of Finance. Eff. No. All fees collected by each operator pursuant to this section shall be held in trust for the account of the City until remittance thereof is made to the Office of Finance.698. No. notice sufficient to warn any individual that such vehicle has been immobilized and any attempt to move such vehicle might result in damage to such vehicle. Any operator who fails to collect any fees imposed by this section or who fails to remit to the Office of Finance any fees collected under this section shall be liable in an action brought in the name of the City for the recovery of the amount of such fees.) (a) Subject to the provisions of Subsection (b). 181.) SEC. However. such owner or person in control of the vehicle shall be required to pay the Department a charge of $150. the provisions for a post–storage hearing as set forth in said Vehicle Code section shall be implemented.) (b) The charge imposed by Subsection (a) above shall not be applicable to a vehicle which. on the 15th day and last day of each calendar month. (Amended by Ord. No. in a conspicuous manner. and the owner or person in control of the vehicle has been issued five or more notices of parking violations that are delinquent.) (f) It shall be the duty of each operator liable for the collection and remittance to the City of fees imposed by this section to keep and preserve for a period of four years all records as may be necessary to determine the amount of said fees for which said operator may have been liable for the collection and remittance to the City. prior to release to the owner.00 per vehicle or pocket bike to reimburse the City for costs related to the impound.77.112. 181. has been so immobilized and subsequently towed to an impound garage. 6/30/00.) (a) Every person who redeems a vehicle or pocket bike from an Official Police Garage that was impounded at the direction of any City of Los Angeles Police or Traffic Officer for a violation of any provision of state or local law shall pay a fee of $115. Eff.698. 6/18/11. SEC. Eff. (Added by Ord. Eff. No. which records the Office of Finance shall have the right to inspect at all reasonable times. VEHICLE RELEASE FEE. Eff. No. 6/18/11. where a vehicle is immobilized pursuant to Vehicle Code Section 22651. 180. Oper. the statement and remittance are due immediately upon the cessation of business by an operator for any reason. make a statement to the Office of Finance. BOOTING FEE. (Amended by Ord.060. No. The fee imposed herein constitutes a debt owed to the City which is extinguished by payment to the operator. 10/21/88. 181. 3/31/87.) (e) Any fees imposed by that section which are not collected by an operator or that are collected by an operator and not remitted to the Office of Finance within 15 days of the applicable dates set forth in Subsection (d) hereof are delinquent. 7/1/00. (Amended by Ord.1. 162. on forms provided by the Office of Finance. No.2. 80.) (b) The fee imposed by this section shall be paid to the operator of the Official Police Garage at the same time the towing and storage charges are paid. A penalty for delinquency in the remittance of fees shall be paid by the operator to the Office of Finance in the amount of 25 percent of the amount of the delinquent fees.00 for the cost of the immobilization. or is stored as permitted and provided for in California Vehicle Code Section 22852. 173.77.312. 8/30/08. (c) Upon immobilization of such vehicle the person effecting such immobilization shall cause to be placed on such vehicle. Said notice shall also state that there is a right to a post-immobilization hearing to determine the validity of such .

301.6 shall be deposited in the General Fund. . If the immobilization occurs when a vehicle is parked in a tow-away zone or restricted parking area. (d) The Los Angeles Police Department is authorized and responsible for investigating and auditing as necessary the files and records of each person selling forfeited vehicles and for taking any action necessary to assure that the City of Los Angeles receives all moneys required to be transmitted to it pursuant to Vehicle Code Section 14607. However.immobilization.7 of the Vehicle Code or as a result of a hearing held pursuant to Subsection (c) of this section it is determined that the device or mechanism should be removed. (f) No one. 6/30/00.7 or other similar provision of law. A penalty for delinquency in the remittance of moneys shall be paid by the operator to the Office of Finance in the amount of the 25 percent of the amount of delinquent moneys. who engages in the sale or sales of forfeited vehicles pursuant to Vehicle Code Section 14607. No. excluding weekends and holidays. hereinafter "operator". The full amount of moneys due and owing to the City shall be remitted to the Office of Finance at the time the report is filed. (Amended by Ord. This post-immobilization hearing will not be determinative of or adjudicate any citation issued relative or any immobilized vehicle. Such hearing shall be conducted by a hearing officer appointed to conduct such hearings. once a vehicle has been so immobilized. of the total amount of moneys due and owing to the City pursuant to Vehicle Code section 14607. or in a location so as to be blocking or impeding traffic. shall be permitted to repossess or secure the release of the vehicle.6 shall make a report to the Office of Finance.6.) (a) On the 15th day and last day of each calendar month.7 or any other similar provision of law which authorizes immobilization. (g) Any violation of either Subsections (e) and (f) shall constitute a misdemeanor. 7/1/00. no one. Booting. or his or her agent. Oper.3. mechanism shall remain in place for 72 hours unless the owner has complied with Section 22651. on forms provided by the Los Angeles Police Department.) (b) Legal owners who engage in the sale of forfeited vehicles pursuant to Vehicle Code Section 14607. RECEIPT BY CITY CLERK OF PROCEEDS OF SALE OF FORFEITED VEHICLES UNDER STATE VEHICLE CODE SECTION 14607. (Amended by Ord. shall. Eff. towing and storage fees. 6/18/11. Moneys due and owing to the City under this section that are not remitted to the Office of Finance within 15 days of the applicable dates set forth are delinquent. cause any such vehicle to be towed from the location where immobilized. (d) The immobilizing device or. SEC. Eff. (e) Any person who fails to remit to the City of Los Angeles moneys required to be remitted under this section shall be liable in an action brought in the name of the City for the recovery of the amount of such moneys.6 shall transmit moneys due and owing the City of Los Angeles to the Los Angeles Police Department for deposit into the City’s General Fund. shall mobilize any such vehicle. No.6 for said period. pursuant to Subsection (c) of this section and applicable Vehicle Code sections. The hearing shall be conducted within 48 hours of the request. subject to the determination of the hearing officer. Failure of either the registered or legal owner. then such vehicle is subject to immediate towing and impounding.698.6. shall be paid before the owner of such vehicle. If any such vehicle is so towed both the person requesting the towing service and the operator of the towing vehicle shall be in violation of this section. and any booting. other than such persons who are authorized by law to do so. 181. to request or to attend a scheduled hearing shall satisfy the post-immobilization validity hearing requirement of this subsection. other than a person authorized by law to immobilize a vehicle pursuant to Vehicle Code Section 22651. All moneys due and owing to the City pursuant to this section shall be held in trust for the account of the City until remittance thereof is made to the Office of Finance. each Official Police Garage Operator. the report and remittance are due immediately upon the cessation of business by an operator for any reason. or authorized person. towing or storage charges. 80. (c) Moneys received by the Office of Finance from the sale of forfeited vehicles pursuant to Vehicle Code Section 14607. (e) Once a vehicle has been immobilized pursuant to Vehicle Code Section 22651. that such fees are not required.77. 173.

SEC. 80.77.4. OFFICIAL POLICE GARAGES. (Amended by Ord. No. 173,397, Eff. 8/13/00.) A. Definitions. As used in this section “Board” shall mean the Board of Police Commissioners. “Official Police Garage” shall mean a towing and garage business selected by the City to remove and store vehicles at the direction of any Police Officer or Traffic Officer employed by the City of Los Angeles including officers of the Port Police, Airport Police and Housing Authority Police. B. Selection Process for Official Police Garages. 1. The Board of Police Commissioners shall, subject to the approval of the City Council, enter into contracts, awarded for a fixed term of five years, with Official Police Garages for 18 Official Police Garage service areas of the City and for such heavy duty towing services as may, in the judgment of the Board, be necessary. The geographic boundaries of the 18 Official Police Garage service areas shall be those depicted on the maps on file with the City Clerk in Council File 08-0418. (Amended by Ord. No. 181,143, Eff. 6/1/10.) 2. Said contracts shall be issued only after utilizing the City’s standardized bid and contract procedures. Each request for proposals issued pursuant to this section shall be approved by resolution of the City Council. The evaluation of each proposal made pursuant to the provisions of this Section shall include an evaluation of the past performance of any proposer which has in the past operated as an Official Police Garage. 3. Each contract awarded pursuant to this section shall provide for towing and storage fees which shall be uniform throughout the City. Said fees shall be determined by the Board which shall consider as a factor the Los Angeles County Transportation Index. Said fees shall be effective for a calendar year. 4. The bid and contract procedures shall be implemented successively commencing with the geographic area which has had a designated Official Police Garage for the longest period and concluding with the area which has had a designated Official Police Garage for the shortest period. The heavy duty towing contracts shall be awarded in a like manner. (Amended by Ord. No. 174,792, Eff. 10/6/02.) 5. Each contract awarded pursuant to this section shall provide for an option to renew the contract for an additional five year period subject to approval by the City Council. This provision shall not apply to any interim contract awarded pursuant to Subsection C of this section. 6. C. (Repealed by Ord. No. 181,143, Eff. 6/1/10.) Interim Contracts for Official Police Garage Services. 1. The Board shall enter into written contracts with those individuals or corporations which were doing business as Official Police Garages for the City on February 28, 1996. Said contracts shall be for terms which shall expire upon the award of the contracts described in Subsection “B” above. 2. Any transfer of ownership of an Official Police Garage contract entered into under provisions of this subsection shall not be made absent approval of the City Council. D. Gross Receipts Fee. Each Official Police Garage shall pay to the general fund of the City a fee equal to seven percent (7%) of all revenues generated as a result of its activities as an Official Police Garage, including but not limited to revenues generated from the towing and storage of vehicles and the sales of lien vehicles. Each operator of an Official Police Garage shall, on the 15th day and last day of each calendar month, make a statement to the Office of Finance, on forms provided by the Office of Finance, of the total amount of fees imposed by this section. At the time the statement is filed, the full amount of said fees shall be remitted to the Office of Finance. However, the statement and remittance are due immediately upon the cessation of business by an operator for any reason. All fees owed by each operator pursuant to this section shall be held in trust for the account of the City until remittance thereof is made to the Office of Finance. Fees imposed by this section that are not remitted to the Office of Finance within 15 days of the applicable dates set forth are delinquent. A penalty for delinquency in the remittance of fees shall be paid by the

operator to the Office of Finance in the amount of 25 percent of the amount of the delinquent fees. (Amended by Ord. No. 181,698, Eff. 6/18/11.) E. Miscellaneous Provisions. 1. Contracts awarded pursuant to this section may be awarded to individuals, partnerships, closely held corporations or public corporations. 2. Any sale or transfer of a majority of either the ownership interest or stock except public share stocks, of any Official Police Garage shall be subject to the approval of the City Council which shall consider any recommendation of the Board. 3. No individual, partnership, closely held corporation or public corporation shall be awarded more than two contracts to operate as an Official Police Garage at any given time. 4. Each Official Police Garage shall maintain its primary storage facility within the City. 5. No owner of an Official Police Garage shall have a controlling ownership interest in any automobile dismantling or wrecking yard, automobile body or repair shop, used car business or any other automobile related business other than an automobile towing and related garage business. 6. Each Official Police Garage shall obtain a permit pursuant to Los Angeles Municipal Code Section 103.204 and shall be subject to the provisions of Chapter X, Article 3, Division 3 of this Code.

DIVISION “P” SCHEDULES OF DESIGNATED STREETS REFERRED TO IN CHAPTER
Section 80.81 Speed Zone Schedules. SEC. 80.81. SPEED ZONE SCHEDULES. (1) 30 M.P.H. Prima Facie Speed Limit. Upon the streets designated in this subsection, a prima facie speed limit of 30 miles per hour is hereby declared to be reasonable, safe, and more appropriate to facilitate the orderly movement of traffic. A (Amended by Ord. No. 181,749, Eff. 7/30/11.) Abbot Kinney Boulevard between Washington Boulevard and Main Street. On Adlon Road between Empress Avenue and Havenhurst Avenue. On Airdrome Street between Venice Boulevard and Robertson Boulevard. Aldea Avenue between Lassen Street and Superior Street. On Alexandria Avenue between Melrose Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard. Alla Road between the City Limits south of Washington Boulevard and Maxella Avenue. Allenford Avenue between 26th Street and Sunset Boulevard. Amalfi Drive between Mesa Road and Romany Drive. On Alonzo Avenue between Medley Drive and Valley Vista Boulevard. On Amestoy Avenue between Killion Street and Ventura Boulevard. Apperson Street between Haines Canyon Avenue and Newhome Avenue. On Apollo Drive between Hercules Drive and Willow Glen Road. On Arleta Avenue between Brand Boulevard and Fox Street. Art Street between Stonehurst Avenue and Wheatland Avenue.

On Avalon Boulevard from a point 700 feet south of Broad Avenue to Denni Street. On Avenue 19 between North Broadway and Lacy Street. On Avenue 20 between North Broadway and North Main Street. On Avenue 51 between Eaton Street and York Boulevard. Avenue 52 from Figueroa Street to Griffin Avenue. On Avenue 54 between Monte Vista Street and York Boulevard Avenue 57 between Figueroa Street and Pasadena Freeway. Avenue 60 between City Limits east of Hellman Avenue and Figueroa Street. On Avenue 64 from the Pasadena Freeway to Meridian Street. B (Amended by Ord. No. 181,095, Eff. 4/20/10.) Baden Avenue between Lassen Street and Plummer Street. On Balboa Avenue from Rancho Street to Ventura Boulevard. Ballina Canyon Road between Ballina Drive and Westfall Drive. Barrington Avenue between Olympic Boulevard and Saltair Avenue. On Bassett Street between Noble Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard. On Beachy Avenue between Filmore Street and Wentworth Street. On Beachwood Drive between Franklin Avenue and Westshire Drive. On Beacon Street between 3rd Street and Harbor Boulevard. On Beacon Street between 7th Street and Crescent Street. Bellaire Avenue between Coldwater Canyon Avenue and Magnolia Boulevard. Beethoven Street between Rose Avenue and the City Limits south of Zanja Street, and between the City Limits north of Ida Avenue and Maxella Avenue. Bellevue Avenue between Coronado Street and Hoover Street. On Benedict Canyon Drive between Mulholland Drive and 1500 feet northerly of Liebe Drive. Benton Way between Beverly Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard. On Beverly Glen Boulevard between 250 feet southerly of Ruthven Lane and Sunset Boulevard. Beverly Glen Boulevard between Ventura Boulevard and Sumac Drive. Beverwil Drive between City limits north of Rodeo Drive and Sawyer Street. Bixel Street between Huntley Drive and 8th Street. On Blinn Avenue from Opp Street to Pacific Coast Highway. Braddock Drive between Sawtelle Boulevard and Culver Boulevard. On Bradford Place between Bambi Place and Signature Drive. On Bradley Avenue from Hubbard Street to Bledsoe Street. Bradley Avenue between Roxford Street and the northerly City limits of the City of San Fernando. On Branford Street from San Fernando Road to Glenoaks Boulevard. On Brunswick Avenue between Glendale Boulevard and Goodwin Avenue. Buckingham Road between Adams Boulevard and West Boulevard. Budlong Avenue between Adams Boulevard and Jefferson Boulevard. Bundy Drive between Norman Place and Wilshire Boulevard.

On Cliffwood Avenue between San Vicente Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard. On Commonwealth Avenue between Beverly Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. On Club View Drive between Comstock Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard. between Olympic Boulevard and San Vicente Boulevard. Coldwater Canyon Drive between Mulholland Drive and Gloaming Drive. On Center Street between Ramirez Street and Banning Street. On Calneva Drive from Hayvenhurst Avenue to Mulholland Drive. On Carrillo Drive. Chimineas Avenue between Eddleston Drive and Rinaldi Street. On Cantara Street between Coldwater Canyon Avenue and Woodman Avenue. 6/28/99. Eff.604. On Chase Street from Topanga Canyon Boulevard to 150 feet west of Sale Avenue. On Castle Heights Avenue between Beverwil Drive (north intersection) and National Boulevard. Capri Drive between Sunset Boulevard and Casale Road. Canoga Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and Villena Avenue. Coldwater Canyon Avenue between Mulholland Drive and Hacienda Drive. Eff. Canyon Drive between Franklin Avenue and terminus north of Carolus Drive.) On Cahuenga Boulevard between Franklin Avenue and Melrose Avenue. On Coil Avenue from Blinn Avenue to Pacific Coast Highway. Coranado Street between Sunset Boulevard and Temple Street. Clark Street between De Soto Avenue and Winnetka Avenue. 181. Chavez Avenue between Bridge Street and Indiana Street. On Corbin Avenue between Rosita Street and Wells Drive. D (Amended by Ord. On Cypress Avenue from Figueroa Street to Verdugo Road. On Covello Street from Hazeltine Avenue to Van Nuys Boulevard.) . On Chase Street between Vanalden Avenue and De Soto Avenue. No. Centinela Avenue between Santa Monica Boulevard and Ocean Park Boulevard. Comstock Avenue between Beverly Glenn Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. On Channel Street from Pacific Avenue to Park Western Drive. Crescent Heights Boulevard between Guthrie Avenue and Olympic Boulevard. 7/30/11. Compton Avenue between 41st Street and Slauson Avenue. Crescent Avenue between Beacon Street and 21st Street. Culver Boulevard between Nicholson Street and Pacific Avenue.C (Amended by Ord. No. Cesar E. On Chautauqua Boulevard between Sunset Boulevard and Pacific Coast Highway. Cochran Avenue between Wilshire Boulevard and Venice Boulevard. Colden Avenue between Clovis Avenue and Vermont Avenue. Cohasset Street between Platt Avenue and Woodlake Avenue.749. On Coralmount Drive between Western Avenue and Park Western Drive. 172.

On Delevan Place between Delevan Drive and Trent Way. 83rd Street between Sepulveda Boulevard and Hastings Avenue. Etiwanda Avenue between Vincennes Street and Vintage Street. Electra Drive between Hercules Drive and Mount Olympus Drive. On El Paso Drive between Avenue 50 and Eagle Rock Boulevard. On Encino Avenue between Killion Street and Ventura Boulevard. 168. Eighth Street between Fairfax Avenue and La Brea Avenue. E (Amended by Ord.819. . Erwin Street from Shoup Avenue to Topanga Canyon Boulevard. Escalon Drive between Encino Hills Drive and Hayvenhurst Avenue. On Delay Drive between Fletcher Drive and San Fernando Road. On 83rd Street from Vermont Avenue to Van Ness Avenue.Daly Street between Avenue 26 and North Broadway. Division Street between El Paso Drive and San Fernando Road. Eton Avenue between Nordhoff Street and Parthenia Street. Eff. 80th Street between Sepulveda Boulevard and Campion Drive. 170. On Farralone Avenue between Lassen Street and Plummer Street. Dewey Street between Walgrove Avenue and Stewart Avenue.) On 18th Street between Spaulding Avenue and La Cienega Boulevard. 10/23/92. Darnoch Way from Highlander Road to Pomelo Drive. Farralone Avenue between Roscoe Boulevard and Sherman Way. No. Dodson Avenue between 9th Street and Western Avenue. On Erwin Street between White Oak Avenue and Wilbur Avenue. On Figueroa Street from Pico Boulevard to Fifth Street. On Ethel Avenue between Chandler Boulevard and Victory Boulevard.250.) Farralone Avenue between Andora Avenue and Plummer Street. On Doheny Drive between the terminus northerly of Swallow Drive and the City limits southerly of Shoreham Drive. No. 1/29/96. Del Moreno Drive between Ventura Boulevard and Wells Drive. Delevan Drive between Delevan Place and York Boulevard. Dixie Canyon Avenue between Moorpark Street and Valley Vista Boulevard. On Entrada Drive between Pacific Coast Highway and the City limits near Adelaide Drive. On Elmhurst Drive between Haines Canyon Avenue and Tujunga Canyon Boulevard. Deep Canyon Drive between Mulholland Drive and Hutton Drive. On 89th Street between Van Ness and Western Avenue. On Dronfield Avenue between Osborne Street and the south City limits of the City of San Fernando. Eff. On Federal Avenue between Olympic Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. F (Amended by Ord.

Fox Street between Chatsworth Street and Laurel Canyon Boulevard. I . On Hill Street between Bernard Street and Ord Street. On Griffin Avenue between Mission Road and Montecito Drive. Hillsboro Avenue between Robertson Boulevard and Monte Mar Drive. Fountain Avenue between Sunset Boulevard and Western Avenue. On Forman Avenue between Camarillo Street and Moorpark Street. Hercules Drive between Apollo Drive and Electra Drive. On 54th Street between Central Avenue and Western Avenue. On Hilgard Avenue between Le Conte Avenue and Sunset Boulevard.On Filmore Street between Beachy Avenue and Woodman Avenue. No. On Frigate Avenue between Lomita Boulevard and Pacific Coast Highway. Eff. Firmament Avenue between Sherman Way and Vanowen Street. Eff. On Hill Street between Olympic Boulevard and Santa Barbara Avenue. Gower Street between Franklin Avenue and Melrose Avenue.) On Gayley Avenue between Le Conte Avenue and Veteran Avenue. On Flora Avenue between Lincoln Park Avenue and Sierra Street. Hauser Boulevard between Pico Boulevard and Sixth Street. On First Street between Alameda Street and Indiana Street. No. G (Amended by Ord. 175. Highlander Road between Platt Avenue and Valley Circle Boulevard. On Fourth Street between La Brea Avenue and Western Avenue. 173. On Fountain Avenue from Highland Avenue to La Brea Avenue. On 1st Street from Harbor Boulevard to the westerly line of Meyler Street and from the City limits easterly of Hanford Avenue to the City limits easterly of Miralesta Drive. On Grand Boulevard between Main Street and Venice Boulevard. 11/18/03. Hooper Avenue between Slauson Avenue and Washington Boulevard. Hoover Street between Santa Monica Boulevard and Temple Street. Huston Street from Cedros Avenue to Hazeltine Avenue On Hyde Park Boulevard between West Boulevard and Wilton Place.) On Haskell Avenue between Hartsook Street and Ventura Boulevard. 3/6/00.061.555. On Hayvenhurst Avenue from Ventura Boulevard to Calneva Drive. Greenbriar Drive between Gleneaglas Drive and Vanalden Avenue. H (Amended by Ord. Hillrose Street between Sherman Grove Avenue and Pinyon Avenue. On Highland Avenue between Olympic Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. On Franklin Avenue from Normandie Avenue to Commonwealth Avenue. Hauser Boulevard between Jefferson Boulevard and Washington Boulevard.

169. On Larchmont Boulevard between 3rd Street and Beverly Boulevard.) On Kelvin Avenue from Ventura Boulevard to Wells Drive. Kentwood Avenue between Riggs Place and Manchester Avenue. No. On Kenter Avenue between Bundy Drive and Homewood Road (north intersection). On Laurel Pass between Mulholland Drive and Wonderland Avenue. Louise Avenue between the terminus north of Rushing Drive and Rinaldi Street. . No. On Lennox Avenue between Sherman Way and Vanowen Street. 10/23/92. Indiana Street between Brooklyn Avenue and Union Pacific Avenue. Lachman Lane between Luna Vista Drive and Jacon Way.505. Eff.369. 2/6/93. On Inglewood Boulevard between National Boulevard and Rose Avenue. 168.892. Jolette Avenue between Garris Avenue and Balboa Boulevard.355. Eff. M (Amended by Ord. On Kittridge Street between Reseda Boulevard and White Oak Avenue. Inglewood Boulevard between Venice Boulevard and the City Limits of Culver City north of Washington Boulevard. 4/2/94. On La Tijera Boulevard between the City limits north of 63rd Street and the City limits south of 64th Street. 1/4/93. Kittridge Street from Valley Circle Boulevard to Julie Lane (City limit) L (Amended by Ords. J (Amended by Ord. Lindley Avenue between Halsted Street and Lassen Street.249. No. Libbit Avenue between Magnolia Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard.) La Brea Avenue between Franklin Avenue and the City limits north of Fountain Avenue.) Mandeville Canyon Road between Sunset Boulevard and Sky Valley Road. 7/25/94.(Amended by Ord.) Idaho Avenue between Centinela Avenue and Bundy Drive. On Louise Avenue between Raymer Street and Nordhoff Street and between Luverne Place and Ventura Boulevard.) Johanna Avenue between La Canada Way and Sunland Boulevard. Eff. No. 168. On Lurline Avenue from Chatsworth Street to Prairie Street. Lanark Street between Hollywood Way and Wheatland Avenue. Eff. On Lincoln Park Avenue between Flora Avenue and Mission Road. On Justice Street between March Avenue and Woodlake Avenue. Eff. No. 169. 168. Lanark Street between Hazeltine Avenue and Woodman Avenue. Lanai Road between Hayvenhurst Avenue and Hayvenhurst Drive. K (Amended by Ord.

On Maple Avenue between Pico Boulevard and Woodlawn Avenue. On Nichols Canyon Road between Willow Glen Road and Hollywood Boulevard. 11/18/03. On 92nd Street between Central Avenue and Vermont Avenue. Gleason Avenue between Big Tujunga Canyon Road and Foothill Boulevard. On Mulholland Drive between Cahuenga Boulevard West and Longbow Drive. No. On March Avenue between Justice Street and Roscoe Boulevard. On Manning Avenue between Pico Boulevard and National Boulevard. . O (Amended by Ord. 167. McCarthy Vista.) Oakdale Avenue between Nordhoff Place and Plummer Street. Nicada Drive between Beverly Glen Boulevard and Mulholland Drive. Nordhoff Place between Corbin Avenue and Oakdale Avenue. On Mildred Avenue between Ocean Avenue and Washington Street. On 98th Street between Bellanca Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard. On 92nd Street between Croesus Avenue and Success Avenue. between San Vicente Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. On Military Avenue between Exposition Boulevard and National Boulevard. 175. On Mercury Avenue between Huntington Drive North and Sierra Street. Mindanao Way between Alla Road and Lincoln Boulevard. Nogales Drive between Caladero Street and Rosita Street. Eff. On Mount Olympus Drive between Electra Drive and Laurel Canyon Boulevard.457. Normandie Avenue between Franklin Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard. On Neptune Avenue from “B” Street to Lomita Boulevard.On Main Street from Pico Boulevard to the City limits south of 120th Street. No. Eff. On Melvin Avenue between Chatsworth Street and Devonshire Street. Monte Mar Drive between Robertson Boulevard and Beverly Drive. On 96th Street between Airport Boulevard and Sepulveda Boulevard. Motor Avenue between Pico Boulevard and Manning Avenue. N (Amended by Ord. Mt. On those sections of Montana Avenue within the City of Los Angeles between Barrington Avenue and the City limits at Stanford Street.) On Napoli Drive between Amalfi Drive and Sunset Boulevard. On North Broadway between Avenue 21 and Johnston Street. On Normandie Avenue from Pico Boulevard to Olympic Boulevard. Mulholland Drive between Encino Hills Drive and Calneva Drive. March Avenue between Stagg Street and Platt Avenue. On l9th Street between Crescent Avenue and Western Avenue. Marengo Street between Soto Street and City limits east of Evergreen Avenue. On Montana Avenue between Church Lane and Veteran Avenue. 1/18/92.554.

Osborne Street between Woodman Avenue and Van Nuys Boulevard. On Pomelo Drive from March Avenue to 600 feet south of Darnoch Way. Palms Boulevard between Lincoln Boulevard and Penmar Avenue.198. Owensmouth Avenue between Chatsworth Street and Lassen Street. Prairie street between De Soto Avenue and Shirley Avenue. 11/18/03. 186th Street between Vermont Avenue and Western Avenue. Rancho Street between Balboa Avenue and Louise Avenue. Polk Street between San Fernando Road and Laurel Canyon Boulevard. 10/24/04. Oso Avenue from Saticoy Street to Sherman Way. 180th Street. 176. Olive Street between its intersections with Hill Street and Olympic Boulevard. Orion Avenue between Victory Boulevard and Sherman Way. On Peoria Street between Roscoe Boulevard and Lankershim Boulevard. between Western Avenue and Gramercy Place. 104th Street between Gramercy Place and Western Avenue. Owensmouth Avenue between Roscoe Boulevard and Parthenia Street. Overland Avenue between Palms Boulevard and the City Limits near Washington Boulevard. On Raymer Street between Keswick Street and Sepulveda Boulevard. On 103rd Street between Avalon Boulevard and the City limits east of Weigand Avenue.Ohio Avenue between Barrington Avenue and Westwood Boulevard. P (Amended by Ord. 120th Street between Avalon Boulevard and Central Avenue. 182nd Street between Normandie Avenue and Western Avenue. 175.) Ramirez Street between Vignes Street and Center Street. Oxnard Street from Platt Avenue to Fallbrook Avenue. No. R (Amended by Ord.552. On Plummer Street between Lindley Avenue and Reseda Boulevard. Eff. On Paxton Street between Glenoaks Boulevard and Foothill Boulevard. westbound. On Rayen Street from Reseda Boulevard to Wilbur Avenue. Pacific Avenue between the City Limits near Marine Court and Via Marina. On Park Western Drive between Western Avenue and Channel Street. On Petit Avenue from Bosque Drive to Magnolia Boulevard. Ohio Avenue between Santa Monica Boulevard and Centinela Avenue. Oro Vista Avenue between Big Tujunga Canyon Road and Foothill Boulevard. No. Eff. Osage Avenue between La Tijera Boulevard and Manchester Avenue. . 182nd Street between Figueroa Street and Vermont Avenue. Rimpau Boulevard between Pico Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. 120th Street between Vermont Avenue and Avalon Boulevard.) Pacific Avenue between 17th Street and 22nd Street.

Solano Avenue between Jarvis Street and Academy Road. On State Street between Marengo Street and Brooklyn Avenue. San Pascual Avenue between York Boulevard and the east City limits of the City of Los Angeles. San Ysidro Drive between Beverly Hills City Limit and Summitridge Drive. On Sesnon Boulevard between Constable Avenue and Orozco Street. . Stone Canyon Avenue between Jadestone Drive and Valley Vista Boulevard. Stoneherst Avenue from Sunland Boulevard to Wentworth Street. Sesnon Boulevard between Neon Way and Terminus West of Neon Way. On Santa Fe Avenue between Banning Street and Seventh Street. On 74th Street between La Tijera Boulevard and Sepulveda Boulevard.) San Feliciano Drive between Avenue San Luis and Mulholland Drive. Simshaw Avenue between Hubbard Street and Gridley Street. Stansbury Avenue between Valley Vista Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard. Rosewood Avenue between Vermont Avenue and Normandie Avenue. Stone Canyon Road between Chalon Road and Sunset Boulevard. On San Vincente Boulevard between Gretna Green Way and Wilshire Boulevard. On Sierra Street between Fiora Avenue and Mercury Avenue. Southwest Drive between 8th Avenue and Van Ness Avenue. Santa Fe Avenue from 7th Street to 25th Street. On Seventh Avenue between California Avenue and Rose Avenue. Estaban Street between Commerce Avenue and Tujunga Canyon Boulevard. On Rosita Street between Reseda Boulevard and Vanalden Avenue. Royal Holls Drive between Sepulveda Boulevard and Caribeth Street. 79th Street between Sepulveda Boulevard and La Tijera Boulevard. Serrania Avenue between Dumetz Road and Ventura Boulevard. Short Avenue between Centinela Avenue and Alla Road. Seventh Street between Figueroa Street and Catalina Street. On Schuyler Road between the terminus northerly of Lloydcrest Drive and the City Limit southerly of Cerrocrest Drive. 8/29/10. Rosita Street between Corbin Avenue and Vanalden Avenue. Stanmoor Drive between Manchester Avenue and La Tijera Boulevard. On St. Sixth Street between Fairfax Avenue and San Vicente Boulevard. S (Amended by Ord. 181.221. On Sepulveda Boulevard between 84th Place and 92nd Street. On San Jose Street between Balboa Boulevard and Zelzah Avenue. Eff. Sayre Street between Glenoaks Boulevard and Los Angeles County line. No. Sawtelle Boulevard between Ohio Avenue and Olympic Boulevard. On 76th Street between Flight Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard.Rimpau Boulevard between Third Street and Wilshire Boulevard.

Gleason Avenue. No. T (Amended by Ord. Summitrose Street between Fairgrove Avenue and Mt. Van Ness Avenue between Harold Way and 3rd Street. On Venice Way between Pacific Avenue and Venice Boulevard. 181.611. Eff. 30th Street between Trinity Street and Figueroa Street. On 39th Street between Buckingham Road and Vermont Avenue. Vose Street between Sepulveda Boulevard and Kester Avenue. No. Tujunga Canyon Boulevard between La Tuna Canyon and Wentworth Street. Ventura Boulevard and Sepulveda Boulevard. Eff. Thornburn Street between La Tijera Boulevard and La Cienega Boulevard. .084. Variel Avenue from Bassett Street to Roscoe Boulevard. U On Union Pacific Avenue between Grand Vista Avenue and Indiana Street. W (Amended by Ord. Vaughn Street between Foothill Boulevard and Glenoaks Boulevard. 228th Street between Normandie Avenue and Western Avenue.) 23rd Street between Figueroa Street and Hoover Street. On Valley Vista Boulevard between Ethel Avenue. On Valerio Street between Sepulveda Boulevard and Woodman Avenue.) Wawona Street between Trent Way and Palmar Drive. V (Amended by Ord. On Sunland Boulevard from Vineland Avenue to Nettleton Street.987.) Valejian Avenue between Sherman Way to Victory Boulevard. Vanalden Avenue from Kittridge Street to the terminus north of Parthenia Street. 170. On Tampa Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and Wells Drive. Townsend Avenue between Hill Drive and Colorado Boulevard. On Van Nuys Boulevard between Riverside Drive and Valley Vista Boulevard. On Townsend Avenue between Colorado Boulevard and Yosemite Drive. Veteran Avenue between Pico Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. 3/25/03. Vanalden Avenue between Devonshire Street and Nordhoff Street. 2/27/12. No. Van Ness Avenue between 76th Street and Slauson Avenue. Eff. On Terra Bella Street between Eldridge Avenue and Foothill Boulevard. Ventura Canyon Avenue from Saticoy Street to Woodman Avenue. Tulsa Street between De Soto Avenue and Lurline Avenue. Vineland Avenue between Lorne Avenue and San Fernando Road. 8/19/95.On Summerland Avenue between Gaffey Street and Western Avenue. On Tunney Avenue between Lassen Street and Devonshire Street. Vanalden Avenue from Wilbur Avenue to Devonshire Street. 175.

Westwood Boulevard. Prima Facie Speed Limit. On Willoughby Avenue between Vine Street and those portions of Willoughby Avenue within the City of Los Angeles westerly to Gardner Street.) Yolanda Avenue between Lassen Street and Nordhoff Street. Zelzah Avenue between Rinaldi Street and the northerly limits of the City of Los Angeles. Westway between Airline Avenue and Kittyhawk Avenue.H. On Westholme Avenue between Hilgard Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard. White Oak Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and White Oak Place.436. No. Westfall Drive between Caribeth Drive and Oldham Street. No. Westchester Parkway between Sepulveda Westway and Will Rogers Place. Upon the streets designated in this subsection. 180.) Academy Road between Pasadena Freeway and west boundary of Elysian Park (at Morton Place). Woodlake Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and Victory Boulevard. (2) 35 M.) Zanja Street between Lincoln Boulevard and City Limit east of Meier Street. On Wilton Place between Olympic Boulevard and Washington Boulevard. between Pico Boulevard and Santa Monica Boulevard. On West Boulevard between Florence Avenue and Slauson Avenue.066. On Adams Boulevard from the westerly City limit near Genessee Avenue to Compton Avenue. Eff. Eff. a prima facie speed limit of 35 miles per hour is hereby declared to be reasonable. Winnetka Avenue from Ventura Boulevard to the terminus 680 feet south of Phaeton Drive. . Will Rogers Street between Emerson Avenue and Sepulveda. On Woodcliff Road between Mulholland Drive and Valley Vista Boulevard. On Woodland Avenue between Maple Avenue and Santa Barbara Avenue. Wilbur Avenue between Nordhoff Street and Rayen Street. Woodley Avenue between Magnolia Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard. 174. West Boulevard between Buckingham Road and Pico Boulevard. No. York Boulevard between Glendale City limit and Glendale Freeway. Wentworth Street between Sharp Avenue and Ventura Canyon Avenue. Z (Amended by Ord.755. 8/10/09. 169.Wells Drive between Avenida Hacienda and the terminus west of Kelvin Avenue. Eff.P. Woodley Avenue between Balboa Boulevard and Rinaldi Street. safe and more appropriate to facilitate the orderly movement of traffic. 3/24/02. On West Channel Road between Ocean Avenue and Pacific Coast Highway. On Wiley Post Avenue between Airlane Avenue and La Tijera Boulevard. Wentworth Street from Sherman Grove Avenue to Tujunga Canyon Boulevard. 11/1/93. Wheatland Avenue between Sunland Boulevard and Wentworth Street. Y (Amended by Ord. A (Amended by Ord.

Eff. On Belle Porte Avenue between the south line of Lomita Boulevard and the northeasterly line of Anaheim Street. north of Rosswood Terrace. On “B” Street between Figueroa Street and a point 200 feet east of Broad Avenue. Barrington Avenue between Federal Avenue – Indianapolis Street and Olympic Boulevard. Bell Canyon Boulevard from Valley Circle Boulevard to the City Limits westerly. On Arlington Avenue from 54th Street to Olympic Boulevard. On Beverly Boulevard from the City limits west of La Cienega Boulevard to Glendale Boulevard. On Arleta Avenue between Fox Street and Roscoe Boulevard. On Anaheim Street between the easterly line of Western Avenue and the westerly line of Vermont Avenue.) Baden Avenue between Lassen Street and Plummer Street. B (Amended by Ord. On Alma Street between the northerly line of 27th Street and the northerly line of 37th Street. On Avenue 50 from Figueroa Street to York Boulevard.095. On Alameda Street between 25th Street and Spring Street. On Avenue 66 between York Boulevard and Meridian Street. On Bellanca Avenue between Arbor Vitae Street and Manchester Avenue. Allesandro Street between Riverside Drive and Glendale Boulevard. On Alhambra Avenue between the northerly line of Valley Boulevard and the easterly City limits. On Alondra Boulevard between Figueroa Street and Vermont Avenue. On Barham Boulevard between Cahuenga Boulevard and the City boundary line of the City of Burbank. Avenue of the Stars between Pico Boulevard and Santa Monica Boulevard.On Airport Boulevard between La Tijera Boulevard and Century Boulevard. Arbor Vitae Street between Airport Boulevard and the City Line east of Bellanca Avenue. 181. between a point 500 feet west of Figueroa Street and the west line of Fries Avenue. . On Arroyo Drive from City limits at Arroyo Verde Street to Marmion Way. On Avenue 19 between Lacy Street and San Fernando Road. On Anaheim Street between the westerly line of Fries Avenue and the easterly line of Lakme Avenue. On Avalon Boulevard from the City limits south of 120th Street to Jefferson Boulevard. On Benedict Canyon Drive between 1500 feet northerly of Liebe Drive and the City limits southerly of Delresto Drive. On Avalon Boulevard between the City limits north of 246th Street and the northerly line of Denni Street. On Alla Road between Maxella Avenue and the Marina Freeway. On Avenue 64 from Meridian Street to the north City limits. 4/20/10. Balboa Boulevard between Ventura Boulevard and Burbank Boulevard and between Victory Boulevard and Rinaldi Street. On Avenue 36 between Fletcher Drive and Eagle Rock Boulevard. On Avenue San Luis between Mulholland Drive and Shoup Avenue. and between the easterly line of Lakme Avenue and the easterly line of Henry Ford Avenue. No. Avenue 26 between Pasadena Avenue and San Fernando Road. Alvarado Street between Hoover Street and the Hollywood Freeway.

On Califa Street between De Soto Avenue and Topanga Canyon Boulevard. On Bundy Drive between Wilshire Boulevard and Ocean Park Boulevard. north roadway. Canoga Avenue between Candice Place and Lassen Street. Beverly Glen Boulevard between Sumac Drive and a point 250 feet south of Ruthven Lane. 180. . On Bledsoe Street between Foothill Boulevard and San Fernando Road. C (Amended by Ord.000 feet east of McLennen Avenue and Ventura Boulevard. On Broadway between the northerly line of Manchester Avenue and the City limits south of 120th Street. Canoga Avenue between Roscoe Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard. Broadway between Colorado Boulevard and the Glendale City Limits. and to Robertson Boulevard. and between De Soto Avenue and the west City limits. 3/24/09. south roadway. On Beverly Glen Boulevard between Pico Boulevard and Olympic Boulevard. between a point 1. Century Park West between Olympic Boulevard and Santa Monica Boulevard. On Century Boulevard between Van Ness Avenue and Halldale Avenue. On Chandler Boulevard between the westerly line of Lankershim Boulevard and the easterly line of Van Nuys Boulevard.Beverly Glen Boulevard between Pico Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard. On Branford Street between the southwesterly line of San Fernando Road and the easterly line of Woodman Avenue. Bradley Avenue between Penrose Street and Tujunga Avenue.530. On Broad Avenue between the southerly line of Lomita Boulevard and the easterly line of Avalon Boulevard. On Burbank Boulevard between the east City limits and the San Diego Freeway. Century Park East between Pico Boulevard and Santa Monica Boulevard. On Century Boulevard between Anza Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard. On Carson Street between Western Avenue and Normandie Avenue. On Burton Way from La Cienega Boulevard to the City limits near Doheny Drive. On Centinela Avenue from Culver Drive to the City limits northwesterly of Stewart Avenue. Capitol Drive between Gaffey Street and Mayler Street.) Cahuenga Boulevard between Cahuenga Terrace and Franklin Avenue and between Lankershim Boulevard and Victory Boulevard. No. Cahuenga Boulevard West between Lankershim Boulevard and Oakcrest Drive. On Broadway Place between 36th Place and 40th Place. On Central Avenue from the City limits south of 120th Street to Olympic Boulevard. On Broadway from Manchester Avenue to Pico Boulevard. On Century Boulevard between Vermont Avenue and Central Avenue. On Chase Street between Haskell Avenue and Hayvenhurst Avenue. Eff. On Centinela Avenue from Washington Place to Palms Boulevard. On Camarillo Street between the west line of Clybourne Avenue and the east line of Tujunga Avenue. On Chandler Boulevard between Vineland Avenue and Clybourne Avenue.

On those portions of Clybourne Avenue within the City of Los Angeles between Sherman Place and Strathern Street. Corbin Avenue between Roscoe Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard. Chatsworth Street between Santa Susana Avenue and the terminus east of Mason Avenue.) On “D” Street between the northwesterly line of Alameda Street and the easterly line of Broad Avenue. On Coliseum Street from Rodeo Road to Hauser Boulevard. On Eagle Rock Boulevard from San Fernando Road to Fletcher Drive. On Compton Avenue from Imperial Highway to 92nd Street. 6/15/09. On Crenshaw Boulevard from 79th Street to Wilshire Boulevard. Clybourn Avenue between Vanowen Street and Victory Boulevard. 180. Daly Street between North Broadway and Mission Road.662. 168.250. . Colorado Boulevard between the west City limits of the City of Los Angeles and Eagle Rock Boulevard. E (Amended by Ord. Colorado Boulevard between Eagle Rock Boulevard and Figueroa Street. On Chase Street from Woodman Avenue to Van Nuys Boulevard.On Chase Street from Louise Avenue to White Oak Avenue. Coldwater Canyon Avenue between Hacienda Drive and Roscoe Boulevard. No. Crescent Heights Boulevard between the City limits north of Romaine Street and Wilshire Boulevard. Eff. On Coldwater Canyon Drive from Gloaming Drive to the north City limits of the City of Beverly Hills. On Devonshire Street from De Soto Avenue to terminus west of Larwin Avenue. Constellation Boulevard between Century Park East and Century Park West. Crescent Heights Boulevard from Selma Avenue to the City limits south of Sunset Boulevard. D (Amended by Ord. Eff. and on those portions of Clybourn Avenue within the City of Los Angeles between Burbank Boulevard and Dubnoff Way. Collis Avenue between Huntington Drive and the City Limits north of Coleman Avenue.) On Eagle Rock Boulevard from Colorado Boulevard and Fletcher Drive. On Colfax Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and Victory Boulevard. On Church Lane between Ovada Place and Waterford Street. On Chatsworth Street between Balboa Boulevard and Wilbur Avenue. Corbin Avenue between Roscoe Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard. No. On Colorado Boulevard between Figueroa Street and the east City limits of the City of Los Angeles. On Chavez Ravine Road between Adobe Street and Scott Avenue. On Comstock Avenue between Wilshire Boulevard and Beverly Glen Boulevard. On Dumetz Road between Serrania Avenue and Topanga Canyon Boulevard. Culver Boulevard between Nicholson Street and 1000 feet east of Nicholson Street. 10/23/92. On Coast Boulevard from Century Boulevard to Imperial Highway. On Chatsworth Drive between the northerly line of Chatsworth Street and the City limits adjacent to O’Melveny Street.

On Figueroa Street from Santa Barbara Avenue to Manchester Avenue. Eff.On Eastern Avenue from Valley Boulevard to Huntington Drive South . 11/18/03. F (Amended by Ord. On Figueroa Street from El Segundo Boulevard to Manchester Avenue. Fallbrook Avenue from Roscoe Boulevard to terminus north of Eccles Street. On Eubank Avenue between Lomita Boulevard and Pacific Coast Highway. Figueroa Street between Colorado Boulevard and San Fernando Road. On Eighth Street from Olympic Boulevard to Soto Street. On Figueroa Street from Santa Barbara Avenue to Pico Boulevard. Empyrean Way between Avenue of the Stars and Century Park East. On Figueroa Street from Fifth Street to Alpine Street. 48th Street between the City Limits west of Crenshaw Boulevard and Normandie Avenue. On Florence Avenue from West Boulevard to Central Avenue. Fountain Avenue between Hyperion Avenue and Sunset Boulevard. On Flower from Figueroa Street to Pico Boulevard. On Figueroa Street from “B” Street to Mauretania Street. No.) Fairfax Avenue between the City limits north of Fountain Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard. On Exposition Boulevard between La Brea Avenue and Flower Street. On Fourth Street from Beaudry Street to Olive Street On those portions of Frampton Avenue within the City of Los Angeles between 240th Street and Lomita . On 18th Street between La Cienega Boulevard and Robertson Boulevard. On 88th Street between Sepulveda Westway and Liberator Avenue. On Figueroa Place from Pacific Coast Highway to Anaheim Street. On Fletcher Drive between San Fernando Road and Glendale Boulevard.553. On First Street from Glendale Boulevard to Flower Street. Fairfax Avenue between Pico Boulevard and Venice Boulevard. On Eldridge Avenue between Harding Street and Polk Street. Fourth Street between Alameda Street and Indiana Street. Falmouth Avenue between Cabora Drive and 92nd Street. On 54th Street between Western Avenue and the West City limit at Hillcrest Avenue. 83rd Street between La Tijera Boulevard and Sepulveda Boulevard. On Erwin Street from DeSoto Avenue to Topanga Canyon Boulevard. On Fletcher Drive between San Fernando Road and Avenue 36. 175. On Fairfax Avenue from Pico Boulevard to Willoughby Avenue. On Fairfax Avenue between Venice Boulevard and La Cienega Boulevard. Foothill Boulevard between Lowell Avenue and Sunland Boulevard. On El Segundo Boulevard from Figueroa Street to Vermont Avenue. On Eighth Street from Figueroa Street to Lucerne Boulevard. On Figueroa Street between Colorado Boulevard and Scholl Canyon Road.

Grand Avenue between 39th Street and Olympic Boulevard.) Gaffey Street between Summerland Avenue and Paseo Del Mar. Grand Vista Avenue between Olympic Boulevard and the City Limits south of Washington Boulevard.Boulevard. On Front Street from Pacific Avenue to Harbor Boulevard. Glendale Boulevard between Beverly Boulevard and Alvarado Street. . Hillhurst Avenue from Hollywood Boulevard to Los Feliz Boulevard. On Franklin Avenue from Western Avenue to Normandie Avenue. H (Amended by Ord. On Hill Street between Ord Street and Temple Street. Gladstone Avenue from Hubbard Street to Polk Street. between the south City limits of the City of San Fernando and Van Nuys Boulevard. On Griffin Avenue between Avenue 52 and Montecito Drive. On Hollywood Boulevard from Laurel Canyon Boulevard to La Brea Avenue. On Griffith Park Boulevard from Sunset Boulevard to Los Feliz Boulevard. On Gage Avenue between Central Avenue and Van Ness Avenue. Grand View Boulevard between Palms Boulevard and Venice Boulevard. On Hayvenhurst Avenue between the northerly line of Victory Boulevard and the southerly line of Saticoy Street. No.) On Harbor Boulevard between Front Street and the terminus of Harbor Boulevard at the extension of 16th Street. On Fries Avenue from Anaheim Street to 800 feet south of “A” Street. On Franklin Avenue from Cahuenga Boulevard to Western Avenue. G (Amended by Ord. 180. Haskell Avenue between Chase Street and Roscoe Boulevard. Honolulu Avenue between the Glendale City limit and La Tuna Canyon Road. On Glenoaks Boulevard between Foothill Boulevard and the northwesterly line of Hubbard Street. On Hollywood Boulevard from Gower Street to Sunset Boulevard. 7/1/02. On Fulton Avenue between the northerly line or Ventura Boulevard and the southerly line of Raymer Street.603. 174. Galaxy Way between Avenue of the Stars and Century Park East. On Hollywood Way between the City limits of the City of Burbank and Glenoaks Boulevard. On Hazeltine Avenue from Ventura Boulevard and Cohasset Street. On Franklin Avenue between Highland Avenue and La Brea Avenue. 10/5/08.171. Eff. Glendale Boulevard between the Glendale Freeway and the easterly City limits. No. Gateway Boulevard between Pico Boulevard and Ocean Park Boulevard. Eff. On Gavina Avenue between Hubbard Street and Los Angeles County Line. On Highland Avenue between Santa Monica Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. Hauser Boulevard between Pico Boulevard and Washington Boulevard.

On Jefferson Boulevard from La Cienega Boulevard to Central Avenue.910. On Leimert Boulevard between Vernon Avenue and Santa Barbara Avenue. On Hoover Street from Exposition Boulevard to Wilshire Boulevard.On Hoover Street between Santa Barbara Avenue and Laconia Boulevard. 180. Eff. On Hubbard Street between Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Foothill Boulevard (within the City limits of Los Angeles).) Jefferson Boulevard between Inglewood Boulevard and the City Limits at the San Diego Freeway northbound on-ramp.168.074. to Jefferson Boulevard. K Kester Avenue between Saticoy Street and Ventura Boulevard. John S. On Lindley Avenue between the northerly line of Venture Boulevard and the southerly line of Nordhoff Street. Lassen Street between Topanga Canyon Boulevard and its terminus at Valley Circle Boulevard. Eff. On Jefferson Boulevard from Central Avenue to the City limits at Holdredge Avenue. On John S. 8/17/92. Eff. No. . located south of Washington Boulevard. Howard Hughes Parkway between Sepulveda Boulevard and the San Diego Freeway. Gibson Boulevard between Channel Street and the Harbor Freeway northbound on and off ramps. On those sections of La Cienega Boulevard within the City of Los Angeles between the City limits at Romaine Street and Bowcroft Street. Lassen Street between Sepulveda Boulevard and Woodman Avenue. Lankershim Boulevard between San Fernando Road and Ventura Boulevard. La Brea Avenue between Olympic Boulevard and the City limits at Romaine Street. 6/19/92. I (Amended by Ord. Laurel Canyon Boulevard from Mulholland Drive to Willow Glen Road.) Imperial Highway between San Pedro Street and Vermont Avenue. 167. L (Amended by Ord. On La Tuna Canyon Road between Glenoaks Boulevard and Ledge Avenue. On Huntington Drive North from Mission Road to the northerly City limits. Hyperion Avenue between Fountain Avenue and the extension of Ferncroft Road. No. 168. J (Amended by Ord. Gibson Boulevard between Harbor Freeway northbound On and Off Ramps and Channel Street. On Larchmont Boulevard between Beverly Boulevard and Melrose Avenue. No.) On La Brea Avenue between Coliseum Street and Olympic Boulevard. La Tijera Boulevard between La Cienega Boulevard and 74th Street. On Laurel Canyon Boulevard between Mulholland Drive and Hubbard Street. On Inglewood Boulevard from the City limits of Culver City. 10/5/08. On Huntington Drive South from Soto Street to the easterly City limits.

Martin Luther King Jr. On McLaughlin Avenue between Federal Avenue-Indianapolis Street and the City limits southerly of Washington Place.157. On Macy Street from North Spring Street to Bridge Street. .. Magnolia Boulevard between Balboa Boulevard and Hayvenhurst Avenue. On Mulholland Drive between Calneva Drive and Mulholland Place.) Maclay Street between Foothill Boulevard and the terminus east of Fenton Avenue.) On Napoli Drive between Amalfi Drive and Sunset Boulevard. On Marmion Way from Arroyo Drive to Avenue 64. On Lorena Street from Grande Vista Avenue to Brooklyn Avenue. M (Amended by Ord. 182. On Mission Road from First Street to Soto Street. On Los Feliz Boulevard from Western Avenue to the easterly City limits. Marylee Street between Owensmouth Avenue and Topanga Canyon Boulevard. On Louise Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and Oxnard Street. On Manchester Avenue between Van Ness Avenue and Central Avenue. Eff. On Melrose Avenue from Orlando Street to Vermont Avenue. Magnolia Boulevard between Clybourne Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard.On Lomita Boulevard between the City limits westerly of Western Avenue and the City limits easterly of Frampton Avenue. Venice. On Marilla Street between the east line of Topanga Canyon Boulevard and the easterly line of Owensmouth Avenue. 5/7/00. No. On Long Beach Avenue from Slauson Avenue to Washington Boulevard. Mountaingate Drive between Canyonback Road and Ridge Road. Eff. On Main Street from Alameda Street to Mission Road. Myra Avenue between Fountain Avenue and Hoover Street. Motor Avenue between Manning Avenue and the City Limits south of Venice Boulevard. On Mecca Avenue from Ventura Boulevard to Reseda Boulevard. Moorpark Street between Moorpark Way and Van Nuys Boulevard.035. On Manchester Avenue between Lincoln Boulevard and Pershing Drive. between the City limits of the City of Santa Monica near Navy Street and Windward Avenue. Moorpark Way between Moorpark Street and Riverside Drive. Marengo Street between Mission Road and Soto Street. On Main Street. Mountaingate Drive (westerly roadway) between Ridge Road and Sepulveda Boulevard. On Marmion Way from Figueroa Street to Monte Vista Street. and between Nordhoff Street and Rinaldi Street. 173. 3/19/12. On Monterey Road from Huntington Drive North to the City limits near Lomita Drive. N (Amended by Ord. No. Boulevard between Central Avenue and Leimert Boulevard.

) Ocean Park Boulevard between Gateway Boulevard and Centinela Avenue. On Olympic Boulevard between Robertson Boulevard and Figueroa Street. On 98th Street between Vermont Avenue and Avalon Boulevard. 179. On Normandie Avenue from Manchester Avenue to Pico Boulevard. 5/19/08. 92nd Street between Normandie Avenue and Van Ness Avenue. Palisades Drive between Calle Arbolada Drive and 550 feet south of Avenida de Santa Ynez. On North Broadway between Johnston Street and Mission Road. O (Amended by Ord.) On Pacific Avenue between Fourth Street and Channel Street. On Nordhoff Street between Haskell Avenue and Osborne Street. On Oxnard Street between the terminus east of Aldea Avenue and Cahill Avenue. Olympic Boulevard between Centinela Avenue and Heath Avenue. On Olympic Boulevard between Soto Street and Indiana Street. No. On North Spring Street from Alameda Street to Avenue 16. Nordhoff Street between De Soto Avenue and Topanga Canyon Boulevard. Pacific Avenue between 22nd Street and Shepard Street. Overland Avenue between Palms Boulevard and Pico Boulevard. On Olympic Boulevard between Figueroa Street and Santee Street. On Normandie Avenue between the south line of Lomita Boulevard adjacent to the City limits and the northerly line of Pacific Coast Highway. Owensmouth Avenue between Victory Boulevard and Valerio Street.554. On 135th Street between Figueroa Street and Vermont Avenue. On National Place between Overland Avenue and Malcolm Avenue. No. On 111th Street between Aviation Boulevard and La Cienega Boulevard.800. . Oxnard Street from Winnetka Avenue to Fallbrook Avenue. On North Broadway between College Street and Avenue 21. On Oxnard Street between Clybourne Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard. On Olympic Boulevard between Gladys Avenue and Soto Street. Osborne Street between San Fernando Road and Woodman Avenue. On those portions of Normandie Avenue within the City of Los Angeles from Manchester Avenue to Century Boulevard. On 108th Street from Vermont Avenue to Central Avenue. P (Amended by Ord.On National Boulevard between Bundy Drive and the City limits southeasterly of Venice Boulevard. 11/18/03. On Normandie Avenue from the north City limits north of 178th Street to the south City limits south of 225th Street. Eff. 175. Eff. Osborne Street between the City limits north of Garrick Avenue and Foothill Boulevard. On Ninth Street in San Pedro from Western Avenue to Gaffey Street.

182. Eff. No.) On Redondo Boulevard between Jefferson Boulevard and La Brea Avenue. San Fernando Road from Clybuourn Avenue to Fox Street. Parthenia Place between Parthenia Street and Sepulveda Boulevard. Plummer Street from Woodman Avenue to Van Nuys Boulevard. Plummer Street from De Soto Avenue to the terminus of Variel Avenue. On San Pedro Place from 40th Street to 41st Place. Parthenia Street from Van Nuys Boulevard to Sepulveda Boulevard. San Fernando Road between Pasadena Avenue and Poplar Street. On Robertson Boulevard from National Boulevard to Whitworth Drive. 182.482. Paxton Street between Arleta Avenue and Glenoaks Boulevard.Palms Boulevard between Walgrove Avenue and National Boulevard. . Reseda Boulevard from Devonshire Street to its terminus south of Paseo Nuevo Drive. On Riverside Drive from Figueroa Street to Los Feliz Boulevard. No. On Pasadena Avenue from North Broadway to Ave 39. On San Pedro Street from 120th Street to Pico Boulevard. Plummer Street between Reseda Boulevard and Tampa Avenue. On that portion of San Fernando Road east of the Southern Pacific right-of-way between the north City limits of Burbank and the south City limits of San Fernando. On Penrose Street between Sunland Boulevard and Wheatland Avenue.037. On Rowena Avenue between Glendale Boulevard and Hyperion Avenue. On Platt Avenue between Cohasset Street and Ingomar Street. R (Amended by Ord. Peoria Street between Stonehurst Avenue and Tujunga Avenue. S (Amended by Ord. On Rodeo Drive between Jefferson Boulevard and Gramercy Place. On Polk Street between Eldridge Avenue and San Fernando Road. 3/19/12. On Paseo Del Mar between the westerly line of Gaffey Street and the westerly City limits. Eff. On Pico Boulevard from the City limits at Centinela Avenue to Main Street. On Penrose Street between Sunland Boulevard and Tujunga Avenue. On Roxford Street between the southerly line of Foothill Boulevard and the northeasterly line of Sepulveda Boulevard. On Rose Avenue between Lincoln Boulevard and Walgrove Avenue. 4/22/13. Roscoe Boulevard from Haskell Avenue to Lankershim Boulevard. On Rossmore Avenue between Wilshire Boulevard and Melrose Avenue. San Fernando Road between Edward Avenue and Tyburn Street. Pershing Drive between Culver Boulevard and Westchester Parkway.) San Fernando Mission Boulevard between the City Limits northeasterly of Amboy Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard and between Louise Avenue and Newcastle Avenue.

On Sherman Way from Clybourne Avenue to Platt Avenue. and between Van Nuys Boulevard and Woodley Avenue. Saticoy Street (south) between Saticoy Street and Whitsett Avenue.San Vicente Boulevard between Pico Boulevard and Venice Boulevard. On Sunset Boulevard from the City limits west of Hayvenhurst Drive to Broadway.036. On Santa Ana Boulevard (north roadway) between Graham Avenue and Mona Boulevard. Soto Street between Huntington Drive South and City limits south of Washington Boulevard. On Strathern Street between Bellaire Avenue and San Fernando Road. Sesnon Boulevard between Neon Way and Van Gogh Street. On Slauson Avenue from the City limits near Hillcrest Drive to Central Avenue. Sesnon Boulevard between Termininus west of Neon Way and Van Gogh Street. T (Amended by Ord. On Sixth Street from Western Avenue to Figueroa Street. Sesnon Boulevard from Bronte Place to the terminus east of Neon Way. On Sawtelle Boulevard from the City limits southeast of Culver Drive to the City limits near Borman Street. Sepulveda Boulevard between Ohio Avenue and Palms Boulevard. Stadium Way between North Broadway and Riverside Drive. On Santa Ana Boulevard (south roadway) between Wilmington Avenue and Mona Boulevard. On Sixth Street from Alameda Street to Los Angeles River. Eff. On Sunset Boulevard from Pacific Coast Highway to the City limits at Ladera Drive. Sepulveda Boulevard from Plummer Street to Valley Vista Boulevard. On Shirley Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and Wells Drive. On Second Street from Glendale Boulevard to Figueroa Street. Sawtelle Boulevard between Olympic Boulevard and Palms Boulevard. No. On Sepulveda Boulevard between 92nd Street and Lincoln Boulevard. On Seaside Avenue between the westerly line of Altoona Place and the Long Beach City limits easterly. Santa Monica Boulevard between Sunset Boulevard and the Hollywood Freeway northbound off-ramp. and between Gretna Green Way and 26th Street. On Sesnon Boulevard between Balboa Boulevard and Constable Avenue. Sheldon Street between Glenoaks Boulevard and Roscoe Boulevard. Sixth Street between Fairfax Avenue and Western Avenue.) Tampa Avenue between Parthenia Street and Plummer Street. On Slauson Avenue from the City limits near Buckler Avenue to the City limits near Keniston Avenue. Saticoy Street between Clybourne Street and Woodman Avenue. On Silverlake Boulevard from Virgil Avenue to Glendale Boulevard. 182. . 3/19/12. On Seventh Street between Alameda Street and Boyle Avenue. On Shoup Avenue between the northerly line of Ventura Boulevard and the southerly line of Roscoe Boulevard. On those portions of San Vicente Boulevard within the City of Los Angeles between Pico Boulevard and La Cienega Boulevard.

On 25th Street. between the westerly line of Gaffey Street and the westerly line of Gunnell Avenue. Third Street from Boylston Avenue to Doheny Drive. Vanalden Avenue between Gleneagles Drive and Ventura Boulevard.676. On Vermont Avenue from Manchester Avenue to Los Feliz Boulevard. San Pedro. On Van Nuys Boulevard between Foothill Boulevard and Riverside Drive. V (Amended by Ord. Tunney Avenue between Devonshire Street and Tampa Avenue. Tujunga Avenue between Bradley Avenue and Peoria Street and between Penrose Street and Ventura Boulevard. Venice Boulevard between Mildred Avenue and Naples Avenue. Townsend Avenue between Colorado Boulevard and Yosemite Drive. On Van Ness Avenue between 54th Street and Slauson Avenue. On Valley Circle Boulevard from Avenue San Luis to Calenda Drive. On Terra Bella Street Between the northerly line of Nordhoff Street and the southwesterly line of San Fernando Road. On Ventura Boulevard between Lankershim Boulevard and Winnetka Avenue and between Kelvin Avenue and Valley Circle Boulevard. No. Venice Boulevard between Cadillac Avenue and Figueroa Street. 6/15/09. On Vermont Avenue between the south line of Lomita Boulevard adjacent to the City limits and the northerly line of Pacific Coast Highway. On Van Ness Avenue northbound. Third Place between Indiana Street and Velasco Street. 180. On Thurman Avenue between Venice Boulevard and Washington Boulevard.) Valjean Avenue from Saticoy Street to Sherman Way. On 223rd Street between Normandie Avenue and Western Avenue. On Topham Street between Cahill Avenue and Victory Boulevard. Valley Boulevard between Block Place and the easterly City limits of the City of Los Angeles. On Vanowen Street between the east City limit east of Clybourne Avenue and Valley Circle Boulevard. On Valley Circle Boulevard between Roscoe Boulevard and the County line east of Box Canyon Road. On portions of Vermont Avenue within the City of Los Angeles between El Segundo Boulevard and Manchester Avenue.On Temple Street from Hoover Street to Broadway. On Variel Avenue from Oxnard Street to Victory Boulevard. between 76th Street and Century Boulevard. Eff. On 240th Street between Frampton Avenue and Western Avenue. On 13th Street from Weymouth Avenue to Gaffey Street. On Tuxford Street between the easterly line of Lankershim Boulevard and the westerly line of Sunland Boulevard. On Torrance Boulevard from Western Avenue to Normandie Avenue. . Verdugo Road between Eagle Rock Boulevard and Hilda Avenue.

Wilbur Avenue between Parthenia Street and Roscoe Boulevard. On Virgil Avenue from Wilshire Boulevard to Sunset Boulevard. On Western Avenue between Paseo Del Mar and 25th Street. between the north line of the extension of Third Street and the City limits at Trudie Drive. and 35 miles per hour on Washington Street between Washington Boulevard and Pacific Avenue. Whitnall Highway (both roadways) between the Burbank City limit and Cleon Avenue. Via Marisol from Avenue 57 to Monterey Road (south intersection). Washington Boulevard from the westerly City Limit near Genessee Avenue to Alameda Street. On Westmont Drive from Gaffey Street to west City limits. Westwood Boulevard between Malcolm Avenue and Pico Boulevard. On those portions of Western Avenue within the City of Los Angeles from 220th Street to 248th Street. On Wilmington Boulevard between the southerly line of Lomita Boulevard and the northerly line of “B” Street. Westwood Boulevard between Santa Monica Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. . On the eastern portion of Western Avenue within the City of Los Angeles from 220th Street to Torrance Boulevard. Vineland Avenue between Chandler Boulevard and Lorne Avenue. Via Dolce between Washington Boulevard and the City Limits west of Marquesas Way. On those portions of Western Avenue in San Pedro within the City of Los Angeles. On Wilmington Avenue from Imperial Highway to 97th Street. On Wilshire Boulevard from Centinela Avenue to Federal Avenue.Vernon Avenue between the westerly City limits and Alameda Street. On Wilshire Boulevard from San Vicente Boulevard to Figueroa Street. On Webb Avenue between Lankershim Boulevard and Laurel Canyon Boulevard. On Whittier Boulevard from Los Angeles River to Indiana Street. 180. White Oak Avenue between Rinaldi Street and San Jose Street. Eff. On Vista Del Mar between Culver Boulevard and Palace Street. On Western Avenue from 108th Street to Los Feliz Boulevard. Weymouth Avenue from 13th Street to Western Avenue. On Wilshire Boulevard from Veteran Avenue to Beverly Hills City limits. Victory Boulevard from Clybourne Avenue to the San Diego Freeway. 3/22/09. On Washington Place from Grandview Boulevard to Albright Avenue. No. On Vine Street between Melrose Avenue and Franklin Avenue. On Whitsett Avenue from the northerly line of Ventura Boulevard to the southerly line of Roscoe Boulevard.519. Venice.) On Washington Boulevard between the Culver City limits near Walnut Avenue and Washington Street. On West Silverlake Drive between Moreno Drive and Armstrong Avenue. Western Avenue between 248th Street and the Los Angeles City Limit south of 261st Street. Veteran Avenue between Sunset Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. W (Amended by Ord.

169. No. 180. On Alameda Street from Slauson Avenue to 25th Street. Eff.Wilton Place between Sunset Boulevard and Beverly Boulevard. On Chatsworth Street between Wilbur Avenue and Melvin Avenue. Coral Drive from Barham Boulevard to Universal Center Drive. On Centinela Avenue from Palms Boulevard to Bundy Drive. Eff.) Balboa Boulevard between Victory Boulevard and Burbank Boulevard and between Pineridge Drive and Rinaldi Street.755. Culver Boulevard. Cahuenga Boulevard West between Highland Avenue and Oakcrest Drive. On both roadways of Brand Boulevard between the City limit east of Acala Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard. On Bundy Drive between Centinela Avenue and Ocean Park Boulevard.P. 180. B (Amended by Ord. On “B” Street between a point 200 feet east of Broad Avenue and Alameda Street. No. Corbin Avenue between Lassen Street and Roscoe Boulevard. Eff. Woodlake Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and Victory Boulevard. On Winnetka Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and Nordhoff Street. Yosemite Drive between Eagle Rock Boulevard and Figueroa Street. 179. between the City Limits near Corinth Avenue and the Marina (Route .) Zelzah Avenue between Chatsworth Street and Rinaldi Street.439.523. Eff. No. 1/26/08. No. C (Amended by Ord. On Woodlake Avenue between Sherman Way and Roscoe Boulevard and between Victory Boulevard and the terminus north of Schoolcraft Street. A (Amended by Ord. 147.066. Z (Amended by Ord. 3/24/09. and more appropriate to facilitate the orderly movement of traffic. Wilton Place between 3rd Street and Olympic Boulevard. south roadway. (3) 40 M.H. safe.) Cahuenga Boulevard East between Barham Boulevard and Cahuenga Terrace. 11/1/93.) On York Boulevard from Eagle Rock Boulevard to the easterly City limits. 8/24/75. Prima Facie Speed Limit. No.530. Woodman Avenue between the northerly line of Ventura Boulevard and the southerly line of Chatsworth Street. Upon the streets designated in this subsection. Eff.) On Alameda Street between “B” Street and a point 300 feet north of Pacific Coast Highway. a prima facie speed limit of 40 miles per hour is hereby declared to be reasonable. On Aviation Boulevard between 116th Street and Arbor Vitae Street. Y (Amended by Ord. 8/10/09. Canoga Avenue between Marilla Street and Roscoe Boulevard.

No.910. Hayvenhurst Avenue between Burbank Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard.168. Eff. . F (Amended by Ord. 6/19/92. La Cienega Boulevard between Century Boulevard and 116th Street. No. 180. Haskell Avenue between the northerly line of Victory Boulevard and Strathern Street.) Gaffey Street between a point 500 feet northerly of Westmont Drive and Summerland Avenue. 148. 3/24/09. H (Amended by Ord.90) Freeway. ) On John S.171. Eff.662. G (Amended by Ord.) Haskell Avenue between Rinaldi Street and Chase Street. No. Eff. No.532. No.) On Figueroa Street from l90th Street to Rosecrans Avenue. Gladstone Avenue from Hubbard Street to Maclay Street. Foothill Boulevard between Maclay Street and Van Nuys Boulevard. L (Amended by Ord. Eff. Eff.) On La Brea Avenue between Coliseum Street and Veronica Street. Hayvenhurst Avenue between Rinaldi Street and Lassen Street. Imperial Highway between San Pedro Street and Mona Boulevard. 7/16/76. 10/5/08.603. Devonshire Street between Arleta Avenue and De Soto Avenue. On Glenoaks Boulevard between Van Nuys Boulevard and Osborne Street. 174. 180. 10/5/08. D (Amended by Ord. ) Imperial Highway between Nash Street and La Cienega Boulevard. Foothill Boulevard between Sunland Boulevard and Wentworth Avenue. Eff. 167. Eff. between Hollywood Way and the north City limits of the City of Burbank. No. On Imperial Highway between Nash Street and Sepulveda Boulevard. Foothill Boulevard between Hubbard Street and Bledsoe Street. 180. 180. J (Added by Ord. No. I (Amended by Ord. On Hubbard Street between Foothill Boulevard and Gavina Avenue. Gibson Boulevard between the Harbor Freeway northbound on and off ramps and Figueroa Street. 7/1/02. 6/15/09.408.) De Soto Avenue between Chatsworth Street and Ventura Boulevard. On Grand Avenue between Vista Del Mar and the City limits of the City of El Segundo. On Henry Ford Avenue between Alameda Street and the northerly line of the exit ramp of the Terminal Island Freeway adjacent to Pennington Avenue.

Plummer Street between Tampa Avenue and De Soto Avenue. On Lomita Boulevard. On La Tuna Canyon Road between Elben Avenue and Ledge Avenue. Parthenia Street between Sepulveda Boulevard and Haskell Avenue.157. Lassen Street between Sepulveda Boulevard and Topanga Canyon Boulevard. 173. 12/8/91. No. within the City of Los Angeles.385. Mountaingate Drive (easterly roadway) between Ridge Road and Sepulveda Boulevard. On Mulholland Drive between Longbow Drive and Mulholland Place. Eff. . O (Amended by Ord. Louise Avenue between Victory Boulevard and Roscoe Boulevard. Laurel Canyon Boulevard between Polk Street and Hubbard Street.) On Olive View Drive between Cranston Avenue and Roxford Street. R (Amended by Ord.) On Redondo Beach Boulevard between Figueroa Street and Vermont Avenue. Boulevard between Leimert Boulevard adn Rodeo Road. Eff. 3/19/12. Plummer Street from Van Nuys Boulevard to Zelzah Avenue. Parthenia Street between Lindley Avenue and Tampa Avenue. Reseda Boulevard between Devonshire Street and Rinaldi Street. Martin Luther King Jr. 182. 5/7/00.) Magnolia Boulevard between Haskell Avenue and Libbitt Avenue.800.) On Nordhoff Street between De Soto Avenue and Haskell Avenue. Platt Avenue between Burbank Boulevard and Cohasset Street. Eff. No. Mulholland Drive between Mulholland Highway and a point approximately 930 feet west of San Feliciano Drive. 3/19/12. Nordhoff Way between Nordoff Street and Corbin Avenue. N (Amended by Ord. Eff.037. Plummer Street between Canoga Avenue and Valley Circle Boulevard.035. No. 182. Riverside Drive between Clybourn Avenue and Van Nuys Boulevard. Osborne Street between Foothill Boulevard and San Fernando Road. Rinaldi Street between Porter Ranch Drive and Laurel Canyon Boulevard. 167. between Figueroa Street and Wilmington Avenue. 5/19/08. No.) Parthenia Street between De Soto Avenue and Topanga Canyon Boulevard. 179. No. Mulholland Drive between a point approximately 700 feet east of Spielberg Drive and Calabasas Road/Avenue San Luis. P (Amended by Ord. M (Amended by Ord. Mason Avenue between Trentino Lane and Victory Boulevard. Eff.La Tijera Boulevard between 74th Street and Sepulveda Boulevard.

No. Sunland Boulevard between Nettleton Street and Sunland Park Drive. Victory Boulevard from Shoup Avenue to Valley Circle Boulevard. Vista Del Mar between Imperial Highway and Palace Street. Ventura Boulevard between Kelvin Avenue and Winnetka Avenue. 3/19/12. On Rosecrans Avenue from Vermont Avenue to the east City limits. Sawtelle Boulevard between Palms Boulevard and Venice Boulevard. Saticoy Street between Hayvenhurst Avenue and Woodlake Avenue. between a point 300 feet north of Monte Street to the northerly City limits of the City of San Fernando.676.) On Valamar Road from Mulholland Drive to the Los Angeles County boundary south of Brenford Avenue. 182. . Eff. On Vermont Avenue from 190th Street to Del Amo Boulevard. Eff. On those portions of Sepulveda Boulevard within the jurisdiction of the City of Los Angeles between Ohio Avenue and Valley Vista Boulevard and between Plummer Street and Rinaldi Street. Victory Boulevard between De Soto Avenue and Shoup Avenue.482. On the portions of Vermont Avenue within the City of Los Angeles from Artesia Boulevard to 190th Street. 6/15/09. No.036. Valley Boulevard between Mission Road and Block Place.Roscoe Boulevard between Haskell Avenue and Valley Circle Boulevard. Tampa Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and Parthenia Street. S (Amended by Ord. On portions of Vermont Avenue within the City of Los Angeles between Artesia Boulevard and El Segundo Boulevard. Valley Circle Boulevard from Plummer Street to the west City limit. Valley Circle Boulevard between Burbank Boulevard and Calenda Drive. Valley Circle Boulevard between Bell Canyon Boulevard and Roscoe Boulevard. On Sepulveda Boulevard between Western Avenue and the City limits west of Normandie Avenue. 180. Eff.) San Fernando Mission Boulevard between Sepulveda Boulevard and Louise Avenue and between Newcastle Avenue and Reseda Boulevard. On those portions of Sepulveda Boulevard within the City of Los Angeles between Palms Boulevard and 84th Place. 4/22/13.) Tampa Avenue between Devonshire Street and Plummer Street. San Fernando Road between Cohasset Street and Clybourn Avenue. Vineland Avenue between Chandler Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard. No. On 25th Street between Gunnell Avenue and the west City limits. San Fernando Road between Edward Avenue and Poplar Street. 182. and between Nohles Drive and Foothill Boulevard / Newhome Avenue. V (Amended by Ord. Valley Circle Boulevard from Germain Street to Lassen Street. T (Amended by Ord.

No. White Oak Avenue between Roscoe Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard. Eff. Wilbur Avenue between Nordhoff Street and Tampa Avenue. and more appropriate to facilitate the orderly movement of traffic. On Figueroa Street from Rosecrans Avenue to El Segundo Boulevard.786. B (Amended by Ord. Z (Added by Ord. A On Alameda Street between a point 300 feet north of Pacific Coast Highway and the North City limits of Lomita Boulevard. 180.) Zelzah Avenue between Chatsworth Street and Nordhoff Street. 180. 3/24/09. 180.532. Westchester Parkway between Emerson Avenue and Sepulveda Westway. Eff. Westchester Parkway between Airport Boulevard and Will Rogers Place. 3/24/09. Upon the streets designated in this subsection.) Corbin Avenue between Rinaldi Street and Lassen Street. a prima facie speed limit of 45 miles per hour is hereby declared to be reasonable. On Figueroa Street between Pacific Coast Highway and Lomita Boulevard. D (Added by Ord.) Washington Boulevard from Alameda Street to the easterly City Limit near Grande Vista Avenue. No. On Anaheim Street between a point 50 feet west of the west line of Figueroa Street and the easterly line of Vermont Avenue. No. C (Amended by Ord. . 167. 180. Eff. Wilbur Avenue between Roscoe Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard.P. No. between the easterly line of Henry Ford Avenue and the east City limits easterly thereon. Big Tujunga Canyon Road between Oro Vista Avenue and the City limits east of Mt.H.) Fallbrook Avenue between Roscoe Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard.W (Amended by Ord. Prima Facie Speed Limit.519. 1/17/92. (4) 45 M.530. On Western Avenue between 25th Street and Paseo Del Mar. 169. On Winnetka Avenue between Devonshire Street and Nordhoff Street. F (Amended by Ord. Eff. Gleason Avenue. Culver Boulevard between the Marina Freeway and 1000 feet east of Nicholson Street. Woodley Avenue between Rinaldi Street and Victory Boulevard.) De Soto Avenue between Chatsworth Street and the Simi Valley/San Fernando Valley Freeway.453. 3/22/09.) On Balboa Boulevard between Foothill Boulevard and Pineridge Drive. Foothill Boulevard between Bledsoe Street and Sierra Highway. safe. No. On Western between 25th Street and Third Street extended in the San Pedro area. No. On Woodley Avenue from Burbank Boulevard to Victory Boulevard. Eff. 8/10/09. Eff. 6/9/94.755.

Mulholland Drive between a point approximately 930 feet west of San Feliciano Drive and a point approximately 700 feet east of Spielberg Drive.563. No. Eff. N (Amended by Ord. 9/30/78. On La Tuna Canyon Road between Elben Avenue and a point 3. G (Amended by Ord. . Eff. No. On La Cienega Boulevard between Bowcroft Street and the City limits southerly. No. 7/1/02.392. Eff. 148. No. 3/24/09.953.Foothill Boulevard between Hubbard Street and Maclay Street.) On La Brea Avenue between Stocker Street and Veronica Street. Eff. M (Added by Ord. On Forest Lawn Drive between Barham Boulevard and the Ventura Freeway. P (Amended by Ord. 151. 9/22/07. Parthenia Street between Haskell Avenue and Lindley Avenue.) On Gaffey Street between a point 500 feet north of the north line of Westmont Drive and the southerly line of Anaheim Street. 159.407. 167. 180.) Hayvenhurst Avenue between Lassen Street and Roscoe Boulevard. L (Amended by Ord. 7/15/76. 179. 1/17/85. O (Added by Ord. 6/28/92.) 190th Street between Figueroa Street and Western Avenue. 179. I On Imperial Highway between Sepulveda Boulevard and California Street. J (Added by Ord.) Jefferson Boulevard between Lincoln Boulevard and Inglewood Boulevard. Eff. H (Added by Ord. 174. No. Eff. On La Cienega Boulevard between Fairview Boulevard and the City limits near 64th Street. On those sections of La Cienega Boulevard within the City of Los Angeles between the City limits near Thornborn Street-Industrial Avenue and Fairview Boulevard. On Glenoaks Boulevard between Osborne Street and Hollywood Way. No.) On Normandie Avenue between the southerly line of Paciflc Coast Highway and the northwesterly line of Vermont Avenue.061. Eff. Eff. No.531. 9/22/07. No.) Mulholland Drive between Topanga Canyon Boulevard and Mulholland Highway. Parthenia Street between Tampa Avenue and De Soto Avenue.062. Foothill Boulevard between Van Nuys Boulevard and Clybourn Avenue.) On Palisades Drive between Sunset Boulevard and 550 feet south of Avenida de Santa Ynez.800 feet east of Fire Road (West).603.

No. Prima Facie Speed Limit. No. Wentworth Street from Mary Bell Avenue to Foothill Boulevard. 162. 180. Eff. Eff. 2/4/93. 12/22/03. 4/22/13. 182. 10/5/08. (5) 50 M. On Sheldon Street from Wentworth Street to Glenoaks Boulevard. 5/23/87. 180.210. 5/19/08. No.) Valley Circle Boulevard between Bell Canyon Boulevard and Burbank Boulevard. Sepulveda Boulevard between Long Beach City Limit and Carson City Limit. Eff. Victory Boulevard between De Soto Avenue and the San Diego Freeway. 179.H. Temescal Canyon Road between Paciflc Coast Highway and Sunset Boulevard.) Wentworth Street from Sheldon Street to Stonehurst Avenue. Eff. T (Amended by Ord. On Vermont Avenue between the northerly line of Anaheim Street and the southerly line of Pacific Coast Highway.169. safe and more appropriate to facilitate the orderly movement of traffic. a prima facie speed limit of 50 miles per hour is hereby declared to be reasonable. On Vista Del Mar between Imperial Highway and the City limits at Grand Avenue. 11/18/03. Eff. Sunland Boulevard between Sunland Park Drive and Nohles Drive. No. Eff. Sesnon Boulevard between Reseda Boulevard and Crystal Springs Circle. 6/15/09. 175.499. On Western Avenue within the City of Los Angeles from 182nd Street to Torrance Boulevard. Eff.) Rinaldi Street between Porter Ranch Drive and Mason Avenue.) On Burbank Boulevard between a point 1. C (Amended by Ord. Eff.000 feet east of McLennan Avenue and the San Diego Freeway.530. Amended by Ord. 180. V (Amended by Ord. Upon the streets designated in this subsection. Sepulveda Boulevard from Roxford Street to San Fernando Road.) Corbin Avenue between Mason Avenue and Rinaldi Street. 3/24/09.P. W (Amended by Ord. R (Amended by Ord.553. S (Amended by Ord. No. No. 223rd Street between Long Beach City Limit and Carson City Limit.On Palos Verdes Drive North between the westerly line of Gaffey Street and the west City limits at Leesdale Avenue.482. B (Amended by Ord. No. No.676.627.799.) .) San Fernando Road between Sepulveda Boulevard and a point 300 feet north of Monte Street. F (Added by Ord. No. Eff. 168. 175.) Tampa Avenue between Rinaldi Street and Devonshire Street.

No. 181. Eff. I (Added by Ord.800 feet east of Fire Road (West) and Tujunga Canyon Boulevard. 148. 6/28/92. T (Added by Ord.Foothill Boulevard between Clybourn Avenue and Wheatland Avenue. Eff. 9/29/95. 146. 9/1/74) On La Tuna Canyon Road between a point 3. 10/29/76. Arcadia Street between Alameda Street and North Broadway. Prima Facie Speed Limit.) Bellagio Road between Bel Air Road and Moraga Drive.) Tampa Avenue between the City limit north of Sesnon Boulevard and Rinaldi Street.953. No.749.) Westchester Parkway between Pershing Drive and Emerson Avenue. (6) 25 M.169.H. 7/30/11. L (Amended by Ord. Eff. No.P. a prima facie speed limit of 25 miles per hour is hereby declared to be reasonable. J (Added by Ord. Alma Real Drive between Altata Drive (north intersection) and La Cruz Drive. Eff. A (Amended by Ord. Foothill Boulevard between Wentworth Avenue and Wheatland Avenue. Sesnon Boulevard between Crystal Springs Circle and Porter Ranch Drive. No. On Allin Street and Marionwood Drive between Braddock Drive and Inglewood Boulevard. S (Amended by Ord. No. W (Amended by Ord. 180.) Jefferson Boulevard between Culver Boulevard and Lincoln Boulevard. No. B (Amended by Ord.663.965.) San Fernando Road between Sepulveda Boulevard and Sierra Highway. 6/27/04. Eff. 170. On Blinn Avenue between Pacific Coast Highway and “Q” Street.798. Eff.) Aliso Street between Alameda Street and North Broadway.) Reseda Boulevard between Rinaldi Street and Sesnon Boulevard. . Wentworth Street from Stonehurst Avenue to Mary Bell Avenue. No. safe and more appropriate to facilitate the orderly movement of traffic. 5/19/08. Upon the streets designated in this subsection. 5/19/08. Eff. R (Added by Ord. 179. No. No. 167. 10/5/08.854.362. 179. Eff. Bel Air Road between Rial Lane and Sunset Boulevard. 175.) On Imperial Highway between California Street and Vista Del Mar. Eff.799.

No. 8/18/78.224.) Canoga Avenue between Mulholland Drive and Villena Avenue. 7/4/74. On Bristol Avenue between San Vicente Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard.224.944.) Day Street between the City Limit east of Amanita Avenue and Silverton Avenue. No.) On Nichols Canyon Road between Woodrow Wilson Drive and Willow Glen Road. Bundy Drive between Chalon Road and Norman Place. Hillhurst Avenue from Los Feliz Boulevard to Vermont Avenue. 174.) On Pacific Avenue between 62nd Avenue and Culver Boulevard. 8/29/10. No. On Copa De Oro Road between Sunset Boulevard and Bellagio Road.) Outpost Drive between Franklin Avenue and Mulholland Drive. Eff. 151. Chase Street between Louise Avenue and Wilbur Avenue. Eff. Q On Quesan Place between Halton Street and Louise Avenue.968. No. No. 145.) On Hauser Boulevard between 3rd Street and 6th Street. Chalon Road between Bellagio Road (south intersection) and Stone Canyon Road. C (Amended by Ord.749. Eff. 7/30/11.049.767. Eff. 7/9/93. . 181. 144.222. No.) Laurel Canyon Boulevard between Mulholland Drive and Mount Olympus Drive. M (Added by Ord. Burlingame Avenue between San Vicente Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard. Eff. 167. Eff. Corona del Mar between Altata Drive (north intersection) and Chautauqua Boulevard.) McVine Avenue between Ellenbogen Street and Foothill Boulevard. O (Added by Ord. On Cudahy Street between Collis Avenue and Pueblo Avenue. D (Added by Ord. No. 181. 181. No. H (Amended by Ord. 12/10/02. L (Amended by Ord. Eff. P (Amended by Ord. Eff. E On Emerson Avenue between 80th Street and Will Rogers Street. Laurel Terrace Drive between Whitsett Avenue and Laurel Canyon Boulevard. 8/29/10. 12/10/72.On Bowdoin Street between Temescal Drive and Erskine Drive. Chalon Road between Mandeville Canyon Road and Westridge Road. N (Amended by Ord.

10/24/04.937. and more appropriate to facilitate the orderly movement of traffic. On Seventh Street between Central Avenue and Alameda Street.Stradella Road. No. 4/27/05.) White Oak Avenue between Valley Vista Boulevard and Rancho Street.H.R (Amended by Ord.P. Roscomare Road between Chalon Road and Linda Flora Drive .) Townsend Avenue between Avenue 51 and Oak Grove Drive.) Vermont Avenue from Los Feliz Boulevard to its terminus north of Aberdeen Avenue. Eff. safe and more appropriate to facilitate the orderly movement of traffic. Wilton Place between Beverly Boulevard and 3rd Street. On Wrightwood Lane between Fredonia Drive and Wrightwood Drive.198. Stone Canyon Road from Lindamere Drive to Chalon Road. No. S (Amended by Ord.H. T On the Terminal Island Freeway between the Los Angeles City limits easterly and the Los Angeles City limits southerly.) Pershing Drive between Westchester Parkway and Imperial Highway. 1/ 6/75. Eff. W (Amended by Ord. 8/6/88. No. 10/24/04. Prima Facie Speed Limit. On Trolley Way between Culver Boulevard and Surf Street. P (Added by Ord. On Willow Glen Road from Woodstock Road to Nichols Canyon Road. Prima Facie Speed Limit. 167. On Speedway between 62nd Avenue and 66th Avenue.930. D . 176. Eff. 146.198. Upon the streets designated in this subsection. 6/20/92. (8) 15 M. 172.) On Saint Pierre Road between Beverly Glen Boulevard and Bel Air Road. On Woodstock Road between Woodrow Wilson Drive and Willow Glen Road.) Upon streets designated in this subsection a prima facie speed limit of 15 miles per hour is hereby declared to be a reasonable.537. No. safe. On Willow Glen Road between Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Nichols Canyon Road.765. 176. 163. No. Eff.P. T (Amended by Ord. No. 176. Eff. V (Amended by Ord.) Rancho Street between Louise Avenue and White Oak Avenue. Eff. (7) 55 M. 1/17/00. On Sunset Plaza Drive between Appian Way and the City limit southerly of Pine Tree Place. On Rockingham Avenue between the City limits north of 26th Street and Sunset Boulevard. a prima facia speed limit of 55 miles per hour is hereby declared to be reasonable. No.786. (Added by Ord. San Rafael Avenue between Avenue 50 and Avenue 37. Eff.

782.10 Removal of Glass and Other Debris from Scene of Accident. R (Added by Ord. “Q” SEC. machine. Repairing Vehicles on Streets. DIVISION MISCELLANEOUS Section 85. from making. 160. to or on any vehicle.06 85.02. Skateboarding and Bicycling. alley way or similar place. alley way or similar place. The driver of every vehicle. Eff.00. 85. 85. and more appropriate to facilitate the orderly movement of traffic. (Added by Ord. 7/12/93. (Amended by Ord. 168. or add or install any part or accessory. which is involved in any collision. Fees for Copies of Transportation Records. Eff 9/6/75. No. or make any repairs.04 85. before removing the vehicle. SEC. (c) The provisions of this section shall not be deemed to prohibit the driver of any vehicle.07 85. No.H.01 85. Advertising Sales in Residential Areas. Implementation of the Employee Transit Subsidy Program. Establishment of Bicycle Lanes. motor. the repairs necessary to enable such vehicle to be moved from the public or private highway. G (Added by Ord. from such street or alley before leaving the place of the collision. Prima Facie Speed Limit.) Rendall Place between Effle Street and Berkeley Avenue. Use of Streets and Public Parking Lots for Habitation.On Dell Avenue between Dante Court and South Venice Boulevard. 6/5/97. alley way or similar place. Eff. street. SEC. 171.562.) (a) No person shall dismantle.P. Bicycle Parking Zones – Racks. REMOVAL OF GLASS AND OTHER DEBRIS FROM SCENE OF ACCIDENT.583.) Upon streets designated in this subsection a prima facie speed limit of 20 miles per hour is hereby declared to be reasonable. (9) 20 M.09 85. No person shall use a vehicle parked or standing upon any City street.663. street.02 85. Eff. while the same is upon any public or private highway. Regulation of Roller-skating.00 85. or cause to be removed. all glass and other debris which may have fallen upon any public street or alley as a result of such collision.) Gorham Place between Darlington Avenue and Gorham Avenue. No. 147. safe.05 85. (b) No person shall park any vehicle for the purpose of making repairs while the same is upon any public or private highway. 2/21/86. REPAIRING VEHICLES ON STREETS. and every person hired or employed to move or remove any such vehicle shall remove all glass and other debris which may have fallen upon any public street or alley as a result of the collision in which the vehicle was involved. street. alley way or similar place to such extent that it is impossible to avoid stopping. repair. shall remove.01. appliance or other device. which is disabled while upon any public or private highway. or upon any parking lot owned by . 85. USE OF STREETS AND PUBLIC PARKING LOTS FOR HABITATION. street. or causing to be made. No.

installation or modification of any permanently fixed structure will be subject to the Board of Public Works permit requirements as specified in Section 62.105 of this Code.483. (Title and Section Amended by Ord. (b) Bicycle Racks Permit Requirements: 1. or otherwise. However.) (a) General Provisions. Nothing in this section is intended nor shall it be so construed as to limit or otherwise preclude employers from offering or providing additional ridesharing options to their employees. BICYCLE PARKING ZONES – RACKS. This section shall apply to all employers within the city limits. or to safeguard life or property. (2) Scope. In addition. that are also regulated by SCAQMD Regulation XV (Regulation XV).) SEC. and it shall thereupon be unlawful for any person to stop. Eff. No. It must set forth the proposed location of the bicycle parking rack and must be accompanied by a sketch of the proposed rack showing detailed plans and specifications thereof. 164. The type of reflectorization shall be shown in the specifications for each proposed rack. Each application for a revocable permit hereunder must be in writing upon a form provided by the department.04. the department shall cause appropriate signs or curb markings to be installed thereat. (Added by Ord. If the revocable permit is granted. provided that the distance between the curb and the property line which remains available for pedestrian use shall be determined by said department to be sufficient for said use. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE EMPLOYEE TRANSIT SUBSIDY PROGRAM. (1) Each employer in the City that offers free or subsidized parking to any employee and is covered by Regulation XV shall offer a $15 (fifteen) per month transit subsidy to each of its employees for their use in commuting to and from the employer’s worksite. as that term is defined in Rule 1502(k) of Regulation XV.the City of Los Angeles and under the control of the City of Los Angeles or under control of the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors. Eff. 2. including the City of Los Angeles (City) and its proprietary departments. 3/30/89. No. it is hereby authorized to set aside a space along and adjacent to the curb or between the curb and the property line for the exclusive use of the parking of bicycles. 85.05. an employer who provides free or subsidized vanpool or carpool parking only.960. Eff. Compliance with this ordinance shall be in addition to any acts required of employers by Regulation XV. 2/7/77. When a bicycle parking zone is established. 85. SEC. the bicycle parking rack authorized by the permit must conform in all respects to the sketch. 158. When the department shall determine that the establishment of a bicycle parking zone is reasonably necessary or desirable for the regulation of traffic. Each application must be accompanied by a written instrument signed by the owner or person in lawful possession or control of the property abutting upon the public street at the place where the bicycle parking rack is proposed to be located giving consent to its installation and maintenance. or to provide facilities for the parking of bicycles being operated upon the public streets.219. 9/19/83. 148. Bicycle parking racks within the public right-of-way shall be reflectorized. No person shall install or maintain a bicycle parking rack on any sidewalk or street except within a bicycle parking zone. day-by-day. (b) Subsidies. shall be exempt from the provisions of this section. (Amended by Ord. No person shall install or maintain any such rack without a revocable permit from the department. To support the South Coast Air Quality Management District’s (SCAQMD) Commuter Program in its effort to reduce air pollution and traffic congestion by requiring that employers who must prepare SCAQMD mandated Trip Reductions Plans for worksites located within the City of Los Angeles implement specific ridesharing incentive measures detailed in this section as part of their Trip Reduction Plans. giving notice that parking of motor vehicles is prohibited. . (1) Purpose. as living quarters either overnight. No. stand or park a motor vehicle within or in front of such zone.) (a) Establishment of Zones.

banner or billboard advertising any lawful garage. (1) (2) (3) The Board shall set a hearing date within a reasonable time. and the penalty. (e) Appeal. (Amended by Ord. 11/16/90. Any employer violating the requirements of this section is subject to an administrative penalty of $100 per day for each separate violation. character or symbol calculated to direct traffic on to any residential street and which sign advertises the sale of any goods. and passes and tickets on any other transit lines which serve employees’ homes and places of work and then resell them to their employees at a $15 per month discount. AMTRAK passes and tickets. 166. establish. return receipt requested. (c) This section shall not apply to the otherwise lawful placing. if any. These tokens or tickets would be first purchased by the employer. (d) Sanctions. No. road or highway and which sign displays any word. Every day during any portion of which such a violation occurs is a separate offense. SEC. erecting or maintaining of any sign. At the same time. (b) A residential street shall be defined as any public street with fewer than three lanes intended for vehicular traffic where a majority of the buildings situated on the property contiguous thereto are used for residential purposes. ADVERTISING SALES IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS.(2) This $15 subsidy may be provided in the following ways: (A) An employer may purchase transit passes and tickets.) (a) No person shall place. Within 10 days after a Notice of Violation has been issued. (B) An employer may offer bus tokens or tickets in the amount of $15 to each of its employees. a determination of the issues presented. Each party shall have the right to: (A) (B) (C) (D) Call and examine witnesses. billboard or other advertisement which is visible to the operator of any motor vehicle operated on any public street. Represent himself or be represented by anyone of his choice.06. City Commuter Express passes and tickets. Introduce exhibits. banner. Eff. whether single-family or multi-family dwellings. (f) Timetable. yard. an employer may appeal a violation to the Board. (5) The decision shall be in writing and shall contain findings of fact. (c) Monitoring. wares or merchandise including printed matter which sale is to occur on any property not zoned for commercial use. 85. (4) Any member of the Board who did not hear the evidence or read the record or proceedings shall not vote on the decision. Rebut evidence against him. The provisions of this section shall include but not be limited to placement of the advertisement on any motor vehicle. then given to the employee free of charge to a maximum of $15 per employee per month. including RTD passes and tickets. rummage or similar sale to be conducted on the .310. or maintain any sign. Hearings need not be conducted according to formal or technical rules of evidence. This section shall have a timetable of implementation identical to and in accordance with Rule 1503(a) of Regulation XV. a copy of said documentation shall also be filed with the City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation. Any monies collected as administrative penalties shall be placed in the Employee Transit Subsidy Account and used only for the administration of the requirements of this section. The documentation of compliance with this section shall be filed with the SCAQMD in conjunction with the Trip Reduction Plan submitted by employers to SCAQMD as required by Rule 1501 of Regulation XV. phrase. A copy of the decision shall be delivered to the appellant by certified mail.

skateboarding and bicycling on sidewalks and roadways in order to improve vehicular or pedestrian movement. Eff.): (k) Records Center Files/Telephone Records: 9. 166. Eff. 3/21/97. or as otherwise required by state or local law.506. or a county highway established pursuant to Article 5 of Chapter IX of Division 2 of the Streets and Highways Code. 85.00 (m) Copy of Parking Citation: (n) Credit Card Processing Fee: 15.07. SEC. pavement markings or other traffic control devices. SEC. striping.) DIVISION “R” . (b) No person shall roller-skate. 166. as defined by Section 24 of the Streets and Highways Code. (b) No person shall ride a bicycle on any bicycle lane other than as directed by signs. or operate a bicycle in violation of the limitations set forth on regulatory signs posted pursuant to this section.526.) (Added by Ord. appropriate signs. the Department is authorized to install. REGULATION OF ROLLER-SKATING. etc. 1/27/91. (Added by Ord.00 9.526.00 (g) Work Order (Sign. at each designated location. FEES FOR COPIES OF TRANSPORTATION RECORDS. guide and direct bicycle and vehicular traffic for public safety purposes.00 11.10. When such determination has been made. SEC. 170. No.00 9. Eff.) The Department shall collect the following fees for providing copies of the indicated records: (a) Sign Maintenance History: (b) Signal Maintenance History: (c) Timing Chart: (d) Geometric Plan: (e) Signal Plan: 5.00 6. When such determinations have been made. 1/27/91.00 9. Eff.00 $2. (Added by Ord. 85. No.00 $13. Signal. the Department is authorized to install signs giving notice as to the nature of the regulation as well as signs that provide such safety warnings as it determines will assist those engaged in the regulated activities.property of the seller. (Added by Ord. 171.00 (Added by Ord.09. 85.00 6. reduce congestion or diminish accident potential. pavement markings or other traffic control devices as required by state law and as otherwise necessary to warn.) (a) The Department is hereby authorized to determine and establish bicycle lanes at designated locations separated from vehicular lanes upon roadways and sidewalks not part of a state highway. No. SKATEBOARDING AND BICYCLING.00 9. Eff. 168.) (a) The Department of Transportation is hereby authorized to install any traffic control devices it determines necessary to regulate roller-skating. Such determinations shall be made only on the basis of traffic engineering principles and traffic investigations. 9/24/95.00 (f) Accident Summary: (h) Speed Survey: (i) Traffic Counts: (j) Stop Sign Map: (l) Master Files: 4. 11/19/92. ESTABLISHMENT OF BICYCLE LANES. No. No.662. Striping.00 $2. skateboard.275. striping.

01 86.04 86. Boulevard Stops in Parks – Observance Required. and in no event at a speed in excess of ten miles per hour.06 86. (a) No person shall drive a vehicle on any park road or other way. except those roadways hereinabove expressly excepted. that the maximum speed limit on Riverside Drive from Los Feliz Boulevard northerly on Riverside Drive to the junction of the City limits of the City of Los Angeles and the City of Glendale shall be 45 miles per hour. 86. No. Bridle Paths in Parks. drag race. The driver of any vehicle on any street or roadway in any public park in the City of Los Angeles upon approaching any entrance of a highway or intersection sign-posted with a stop sign as provided in this division shall stop at such sign before entering or crossing such highway or intersection. BOULEVARD STOPS IN PARKS – OBSERVANCE REQUIRED. Posting of Signs – Driving and Parking Prohibited.00 86. Standing or Parking of Vehicles – in Park. having due regard for the traffic on.01.027. drag race. or exhibition . 86. or travel in any public park at a speed greater than is reasonable or prudent. The Board is hereby authorized and directed to establish and maintain boulevard stops at appropriate points. BOULEVARD STOPS IN PARKS.03 86. or exhibition of speed upon property owned by or under the management and control of the Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners. Red Flag Day Parking. Etc. having due regard for the traffic on and the surface and width of the road or way. provided. however. (d) The Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners is authorized and directed to erect and maintain sign posts indicating the speed limits herein established at each entrance into any such parking area. Eff. 86. (c) No person shall drive a vehicle in any parking area owned by or under the management and control of the Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners at a speed greater than is reasonable or prudent. provided. and in no event at a speed in excess of 25 miles per hour.00. SEC. Crosswalks in Parks.02 86. further. (b) The Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners is authorized and directed to erect and maintain sign posts indicating the speed limits herein established at each entrance into any park of each such roadway or street. (f) No person shall engage in any motor vehicle speed contest.TRAFFIC REGULATION IN PARKS Section 86. Etc. No person shall aid or abet in any such motor vehicle speed contest. SEC. Etc. (Amended by Ord.) SEC. established and maintained by virtue of permission given by the Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners. places or intersections in public parks. such boulevard stops are posted. and provided. SPEED OF VEHICLES IN PARKS. Speed of Vehicles in Parks. (e) No person shall drive any vehicle upon property owned by or under the management and control of the Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners in willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property. The Board may erect and maintain such sign posts at other appropriate places within the parking area in any park or recreation area. Bicycles in Parks.05 86.08 Boulevard Stops in Parks.02.07 86. that the maximum speed limit established herein shall not apply to those streets in and through park lands which are opened. approved by the City Council by ordinance. The Board may erect and maintain such signposts at other appropriate places along the roadways or streets within any park. and the surface and width of the roadway. 153. 11/16/79.

937. or for any length of time prohibited as indicated by such signs. within a public park. within a public park. 7/12/93. ETC. No person shall drive a vehicle or bicycle on any path designated or posted as a “ trail” by the Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners. playground or recreation area owned or controlled by the City. Smith Recreation Center (in designated “Red Flag Day” parking spaces Ramona Hall. SEC. 86.03. 168. . playground or recreation area owned or controlled by the City. (g) Nothing contained in this section shall apply to any activity sponsored.04. or approved by the Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners and the City Council.06. motor vehicle or motorcycle at any time during such hours or on such days. 107. unless it is posted for parking. ETC. or in any other area. 86. People v. POSTING OF SIGNS – DRIVING AND PARKING PROHIBITED. (Amended by Ord. BICYCLES IN PARKS. SEC. RED FLAG DAY PARKING. as is necessary for the safety of the public or the reasonable use or enjoyment by the public of the park.of speed upon property owned by or under the management and control of said Board. (Added by Ord. playgrounds and recreation areas owned or controlled by the City where it determines that such crosswalks are necessary in order to eliminate hazards to pedestrians crossing any parkdrive or park-road. motor vehicle or motorcycle upon any path. SEC. 86.) (a) No person shall drive any vehicle. (1938) CR A 1502. No person shall drive a saddlehorse on any road other than a road designated and posted as a “ Bridle Path. The driver of a vehicle shall yield the right of way to a pedestrian crossing a park-drive or park-road within any marked cross-walk.07. 86. 10/11/56. giving notice thereon that parking is limited or prohibited during such hours or on such days as are indicated on the signs. or in any other area. STANDING OR PARKING OF VEHICLES – IN PARK. trail. Jackman. residents shall be permitted to park in the parking lots of the following Recreation and Parks facilities: (1) only). SEC. bridle path. (2) the Carlin G. directed. SEC. No. and whenever such authorized signs are in place. The Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners is hereby authorized and directed to post and maintain appropriate signs indicating that parking is limited or prohibited on any park-drive. stand or park any vehicle. Eff.578. (Added by Ord. Eff.08.05. it shall be unlawful for any person to park any vehicle.) (a) Upon declaration of a Red Flag day and issuance of Red Flag restrictions in the Mt. BRIDLE PATHS IN PARKS.782. park-road. No. playground or recreation area. motor vehicle or motorcycle upon any path. 179.” except that roads not designated as bridle paths may be crossed at crossings designated by the Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners and appropriately posted therefor. Eff. unless it is posted for parking.) Roadways within parks are not general arteries of travel and regulation of traffic thereon is a municipal affair and therefore regulations established by City Ordinance will prevail over State law. Washington area by the Los Angeles Fire Department. SEC. trail. or both. (b) No person shall stop. 86. 3/17/08. or on such days. playgrounds and recreation areas owned or controlled by the City during such hours. or at any other place within parks. 86. The Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners is hereby authorized and directed to establish and mark crosswalks within parks. CROSSWALKS IN PARKS. ETC. No. bridle path.

(b) During the period of Red Flag restrictions.06 87. and Areas. Parallel Parking Required. 87.12 Security Officer.08 Stop Signs to Be Erected. .04 87. to-wit: (a) On first private roadway southerly of Twenty-second Street at the southwesterly corner of Miner Street to stop traffic entering Miner Street. Stops Required at Stop Intersections. Washington area have ceased and the Red Flag restrictions are lifted. 87. SEC.11 Camping and Recreational Vehicles Prohibited from Parking Between 2:00 a. Exceptions.05 87. 87. (f) On Fries Avenue at the southeasterly corner of Pier A Street to stop traffic going north.01 87. Vehicle Code Governs. That stop signs shall be placed and maintained by the Board or Harbor Commissioners at or near the entrance to the following Harbor Department roadways and intersections. Speed Law and Speed Limit upon Harbor Department Roadways. Parking Prohibited on Certain Harbor Department Roadways. (b) On Signal Street at the northwesterly and southeasterly corners of Twenty-second Street to stop traffic entering Twenty-second Street.(3) the Sycamore Grove Bandshell. and Parking and Standing Prohibited or Limited to Specific Time and for Loading and Unloading on Harbor Department Streets. (g) On right hand side of roadway leading from berth 181 at Fries Avenue to stop traffic entering Fries Avenue. 87. DIVISION “S” TRAFFIC REGULATIONS IN THE HARBOR DISTRICT Section 87. (c) Parking restrictions and enforcement at the parking lots of the Recreation and Parks facilities listed in Subsection (a) shall resume at the regular closing time of the facilities one day after the Los Angeles Fire Department declares that Red Flag conditions in the Mt. Parking Prohibited on Certain Public Streets in the Harbor District. 87. (e) On Pier A Street at the southwesterly corner of Fries Avenue to stop traffic entering Fries Avenue. (d) On Water Street at northeasterly corner of Fries Avenue to stop traffic entering Fries Avenue. Roadways. Parking Time Limited on Certain Roadways. Parking Near Fire Hydrants Prohibited. Thoroughfares. Temporary Rules and Regulations. residents shall be permitted to enter the parking lots of the Recreation and Park facilities listed in Subsection (a) in order to access their vehicles. (c) On Signal Street low level road underneath viaduct at corner of retaining wall to stop traffic from loading truck loading area. and 6:00 a. (h) On Fries Avenue at the intersection of Water Street to stop traffic going north. STOP SIGNS TO BE ERECTED.00 87. To-wit.03 87. or Portions Thereof.09 Parking Prohibited on or Within Six (6) Feet of Any Railroad Track on Lands Under the Jurisdiction and Control of the Board of Harbor Commissioners.02 87.07 87. When Posted and Painted.m.00.m.10 One Way Traffic on Certain Roadways in the Harbor District.

Keel Street from Harbor Boulevard to Regan Street.03. South Seaside Avenue from Altoona Place to Terminal Way. (h) The paved portions of Terminal Way from South Seaside Avenue (northerly of Terminal Way) to Ferry Street.(i) On the westerly barrel of Avalon Boulevard and on the easterly barrel of Avalon Boulevard at the northwesterly corners of Water Street to stop traffic entering Water Street. PARKING TIME LIMITED ON CERTAIN ROADWAYS. flasher button. 1 in agreement with Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad Company dated April 3. park or leave standing any vehicle on any Harbor Department roadway other than parallel with the edge of the roadway heading in the direction of traffic and with the right hand wheels of the vehicle within eighteen (18) inches of the curb line or edge of the roadway except upon those roadways which have been marked or signed by the Harbor Department for angle parking. (k) On Tuna Street on the northwesterly and southeasterly corners of Terminal Way to stop traffic entering Terminal Way. SEC. SEC. PROHIBITED ON CERTAIN HARBOR DEPARTMENT No person shall stop.01. PARKING ROADWAYS. 87. park or leave standing any vehicle at any time on the following Harbor Department roadways. Every driver of a vehicle on any Harbor Department roadway upon approaching the entrance to any other roadway marked as a “stop” intersection by a stop sign. SEC.05. or the word STOP plainly painted on the roadway shall stop such vehicle before proceeding to enter or cross such other roadway. 87. No person shall stop. STOPS REQUIRED AT STOP INTERSECTIONS. . park or leave standing any vehicle on any Harbor Department roadway within fifteen (15) feet of any fire hydrant except when such vehicle is attended by a licensed operator or chauffeur seated in the front seat who can conveniently move such vehicle when necessary. (l) On Sixth Street at the northeasterly corner of Harbor Boulevard to stop traffic entering Harbor Boulevard. South Seaside Avenue from Terminal Way to United States Government Reservation Point. 1934). 87. No person shall stop. SEC. 87. EXCEPTIONS. in the following Harbor Department roadways. PARKING NEAR FIRE HYDRANTS PROHIBITED. park or leave standing any vehicle for a period of time longer than one hour at any time between the hours of 7:00 A. No person shall stop. SEC. to-wit: (a) (b) (c) Harbor Boulevard from Front Street to the northerly end of Harbor Boulevard. 87.M. from Anaheim Avenue to Dock Street.M. PARALLEL PARKING REQUIRED. (j) On Yacht Street at the northwesterly corner of Canal Avenue to stop traffic entering Canal Avenue. (d) Badger Avenue (Roadway No. Regan Street from Harbor Boulevard to the northerly end of Regan Street. and 6:00 P.02. (m) On Terminal Way at the northeasterly corner of Seaside Avenue to stop traffic entering Seaside Avenue. (e) (f) (g) Dock Street from Badger Avenue (Henry Ford Avenue) to Mormon Street. sometimes called Henry Ford Avenue. upon which roadway vehicles shall be parked at the angle to the curb indicated by such marks or signs. TO-WIT.04. (b) Terminal Way from South Seaside Avenue north of Terminal Way to South Seaside Avenue south of Terminal Way. to-wit: (a) Tuna Street.

or portion thereof. No. herein called Harbor Department roadways. provided that during the present war emergency. and the surface and width of such roadway. SPEED LAW AND SPEED LIMIT UPON HARBOR DEPARTMENT ROADWAYS. (a) It shall be unlawful for any person to park or stand any vehicle for any purpose on or within six (6) feet of any railroad track on lands under the jurisdiction and control of the Board of Harbor Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles. . 9/30/44. thoroughfare. Harris Place from south barrel of Ocean Avenue to Seaside Avenue.07. and in no event at a speed which endangers the safety of persons or property. (b) It shall be unlawful for any person to park or stand any vehicle for any purpose on any Harbor Department street.874.06. is posted with any permanent or temporary sign or signs.267 of said city. to suspend.) The rules and regulations for the operation of vehicles in the Harbor District on roadways open to the use of the public for purposes of vehicular travel are contained in the Vehicle Code of the State of California and in this Division “S”. The Board of Harbor Commissioners shall have the power. to-wit: (a) Mormon Street from Harbor Department Roadway named Dock Street to south barrel of Ocean Avenue. Eff. Dock Street from Altoona Place to Terminal Way.686. VEHICLE CODE GOVERNS. 6/21/74. (Added by Ord. No person shall stop. (Amended by Ord. No. 66.08. park or leave standing any vehicle at any time on the following public streets in the Harbor District of the City of Los Angeles. 139(h) of the Charter of the City of Los Angeles. roadway. (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) South barrel of Ocean Avenue from Mormon Street to Harris Place. 1930. 87. No.09. Eff. Seaside Avenue from Altoona Place to Long Beach City boundary line. SEC. No person shall drive a motor vehicle or other vehicle upon any roadway under the control and jurisdiction of the Board of Harbor Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles in territory described in Ordinance No.) SEC. thoroughfare. North barrel of Ocean Avenue from Mormon Street to Altoona Place. as provided in Sec. under the jurisdiction and control of the Board of Harbor Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles at any time when such street. except while any such vehicle is attended and engaged in loading or unloading passengers or materials. roadway. AND AREAS. or area. or portion thereof. it shall be unlawful for any person to drive a motor vehicle or other vehicle on any such Harbor Department roadway at a greater rate of speed than twenty-five (25) miles per hour. Eff. 87. 86. WHEN POSTED AND PAINTED. THOROUGHFARES. 87. modify or amend temporarily any rule or regulation in this Division “S” and to place in effect any temporary traffic rule or regulation to the extent authorized by the Vehicle Code for periods not to exceed ninety days. Altoona Place from north barrel of Ocean Avenue to Seaside Avenue. ROADWAYS. Ways Street from Cannery Street to Sardine Street. 145. 88. PARKING PROHIBITED ON OR WITHIN SIX (6) FEET OF ANY RAILROAD TRACK ON LANDS UNDER THE JURISDICTION AND CONTROL OF THE BOARD OF HARBOR COMMISSIONERS. or area.) SEC.964. approved April 5. PARKING PROHIBITED ON CERTAIN PUBLIC STREETS IN THE HARBOR DISTRICT. SEC. (Added by Ord. 10/6/42.(i) (j) (k) (q) Ferry Street from Terminal Way to Seaside Avenue. placed. The paved portions of Cannery Street from South Seaside Avenue to Barracuda Street. TEMPORARY RULES AND REGULATIONS. at a speed greater than is reasonable or prudent having due regard for the traffic on. AND PARKING AND STANDING PROHIBITED OR LIMITED TO SPECIFIC TIME AND FOR LOADING AND UNLOADING ON HARBOR DEPARTMENT STREETS. 87. OR PORTIONS THEREOF.

or area under the jurisdiction and control of the Board of Harbor Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles. (d) It shall be unlawful for any person to park or stand any vehicle for any purpose other than the loading and unloading of passengers or materials. limited to a specified time.00 of this chapter or any Security Officer as defined in Section 87. 108. thoroughfare. (Added by Ord. given under the authority of or pursuant to the provisions of Division “S” of Chapter VIII of this Code. 108. direction or signal of a Police Officer.erected or painted on any curb or area. (g) No person shall willfully fail or refuse to comply with any lawful order. Article 3 of the Vehicle Code whenever and wherever necessary on any Harbor Department street. 7/1/93. or portions of more than one. or portions thereof. hand or signal whenever and wherever necessary in the interests of safety or to expedite the flow of traffic on any Harbor Department street.) (k) It shall be unlawful for any person to park any vehicle in any public parking area except between . or when authorized by the General Manager. on any Harbor Department street. and Harbor Guards are hereby authorized to control parking or standing of vehicles and to direct all traffic by voice. roadway. (Added by Ord. erected or painted on any curb or area by said Board of Harbor Commissioners or its authorized agent giving notice that parking or standing is allowed thereon for a specified limited period of time. as appropriate. under the jurisdiction and control of the Board of Harbor Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles when any such street. (Added by Ord. roadway. or limited to unloading or unloading of passengers or materials only thereon. or area. Department of Transportation. roadway. Special Officers. (e) Whenever the promotion and accommodation of commerce. Loading Zones shall be indicated by a yellow paint line stenciled with black letters “ Loading Only” on any curb or other appropriate place within such zones as may be established by the Board of Harbor Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles. roadway. (Amended by Ord. 10/15/56. giving notice that no parking or standing is allowed thereon.12 of this chapter is hereby authorized to issue parking notices as provided by Division 17. by said Board of Harbor Commissioners or its authorized agent. The permission hereby granted to park or stand in “Loading Zones” for purposes of loading or unloading passengers or materials shall not extend beyond the time necessary therefor. thoroughfare. No. as it may deem necessary to give notice that such parking or standing is prohibited.057. thoroughfare. or Harbor Guard. or area. Oper. navigation or fishery may require that such parking or standing on any street. by painted lines or other designation indicating a parking space allocated for a vehicle. Eff. or portion thereof. No. shall cause such temporary or permanent signs to be installed or painted. 5/16/57.057. or area. or portion thereof. such marked parking space. or area. said Board of Harbor Commissioners. Police Officers of the City of Los Angeles. is posted with any permanent or temporary sign or signs placed. Eff.783. No. in any “Loading Zone” in any street. No. thoroughfare or area. under the jurisdiction and control of the Board of Harbor Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles. Eff. 7/12/93. roadway. Special Officer.161. or its authorized agent. under the jurisdiction and control of the Board of Harbor Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles as conditions may require. thoroughfare or area under the jurisdiction and control of the Board of Harbor Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles and to perform such other related duties as may be required by the Chief of Police or the General Manager. thoroughfare. or portion thereof. or any portion thereof. 10/15/56. road. 168. 109. roadway. roadway. be prohibited or limited to a specified time or limited to loading or unloading only. notwithstanding the provisions of DIVISION “S” of Chapter VIII of this Code. it shall be unlawful for any person to park or stand any vehicle thereon in such manner as to occupy more than one. or area. Eff. the Port Warden and Harbor Guards may regulate and direct traffic and regulate and control parking and standing on any street. under the jurisdiction and control of the Board of Harbor Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles. thoroughfare. ) (i) Police Officers. (f) In the event of a fire or other emergency. thoroughfare. under the jurisdiction and control of the Board of Harbor Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles. ) (h) Whenever a parking space has been temporarily or permanently marked on any Harbor Department street.) (j) Any Parking Control Checker or Traffic Officer as defined in Section 80. (c) It shall be unlawful for any person to park or stand any vehicle for any purpose for any period of time in excess of the parking or standing time limit indicated by any sign posted as herein provided.

10. 87.089. CAMPING AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES PROHIBITED FROM PARKING BETWEEN 2:00 A. 5/5/79.) No person shall park any vehicle capable of human habitation for camping or recreation purposes upon any premises or roadway in the Harbor District between the hours of 2:00 a. non-motorized vehicle.) Security Officer shall mean any person employed by the Harbor Department having a civil service classification of “Security Officer. 116. 167.5 of the California Vehicle Code applies to this Chapter with respect to the definition of a mobile billboard advertising display.734. 87.954.the painted lines indicating where such vehicle shall be parked.) (a) Mobile Billboard Advertising Display Definition. Section 395. REGULATION OF MOBILE BILLBOARD ADVERTISING DISPLAYS. Subdivisions (v) and (w). SEC.734. Generators and Floodlights in Streets – Permit Required. (Added Ord. No.” DIVISION “T” OPERATION OF UNUSUAL TYPES OF VEHICLES CREATING TRAFFIC PROBLEMS Section 87. pulls. Eff. (Added by Ord. No. of any vehicle parked or left standing in violation of this section.) SEC. Eff. ) When properly signposted by the Board of Harbor Commissioners. No. 3/13/12. or transports a sign or billboard. 182. 152. located within the . 9/29/91. Eff.55 87. 7/3/77.193.53. 149. 87. Searchlights. Eff. or anything that the mobile billboard display is attached to including a motor vehicle. who is authorized to engage and is engaged in directing traffic or enforcing parking laws and regulations may remove. ) (m) The Board of Harbor Commissioners or its authorized agents may cause temporary or permanent signs to be posted providing for the removal. No.m. lease or franchise. Pursuant to Section 22651. (Amended by Ord. 87.m. (Added by Ord. 87. (Added by Ord. or any regularly employed and salaried employee of the City. Eff.54 Regulation of Advertising Signs on Motor Vehicles Parked or Left Standing on City Streets or Public Lands. 145.69 Regulation of Vehicles Containing "For Sale" Signs or Placards. 7/3/77. the mobile billboard advertising display. No. No. 149.M. traffic shall move only in the direction indicated on the following roadways within the Harbor District: (1) (2) In a southerly direction on Sampson Way between Fourth Street and Sixth Street. ) (l) It shall be unlawful for any person to remove a vehicle from any public parking area without first paying all fees or charges due for the use of such parking space. SECURITY OFFICER. Section 395. without the written consent of the General Manager or the person having the right to use or occupy the premises pursuant to a berth assignment. of the California Vehicle Code. Eff. A "mobile billboard advertising display" means an advertising display that is attached to a mobile. (Added by Ord.M. and is for the primary purpose of advertising.5. 6/24/60. No. and 6:00 a. Eff. (Amended Ord. or cause to be removed." (b) Removal of Mobile Billboard Advertising Displays Authorized. In a southwesterly direction on Dock Street between Altoona Place and Terminal Way. revocable permit. device.53 Regulation of Mobile Billboard Advertising Displays. SEC.083.11. or removal and impound. AND 6:00 A. 87. ONE WAY TRAFFIC ON CERTAIN ROADWAYS IN THE HARBOR DISTRICT. 6/21/74.130. or bicycle that carries. any peace officer.12.5 of the California Vehicle Code is incorporated by reference and states: "395. SEC.

with the opportunity for a post-storage hearing to determine the validity of the storage. Section 22852 of the California Vehicle Code applies to this Section with respect to the removal of any mobile billboard advertising display vehicle.Penalties. an integral part of. or by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than six months. in summary. that whenever an authorized employee of the City directs the storage of a vehicle. the City shall direct the storage operator to provide the vehicle's registered and legal owner(s) of record. The City may authorize its own officer or employee to conduct the hearing as long as the hearing officer is not the same person who directed the storage of the vehicle. (c) Post-Storage Impound Hearing. or their agent(s). that whenever an authorized employee of the City directs the storage of a vehicle. Notice of the storage shall be mailed or personally delivered to the registered and legal owner(s) within 48 hours. Section 22852 is incorporated by reference as if set forth in full herein and provides. 2. The City Council hereby declares that it would have adopted this Section.5 of the California Vehicle Code. must request a hearing in person. and each and every subsection. If any subsection. as defined in Section 395. in summary. (e) Severability. if the registered owner of the vehicle or display was previously issued a warning citation for the same offense. the owner(s) of record. moved. or by telephone within ten days of the date appearing on the notice. either standing alone or attached to a motor vehicle. REGULATION OF ADVERTISING SIGNS ON MOTOR VEHICLES PARKED OR LEFT STANDING ON CITY STREETS OR PUBLIC LANDS. Eff. punishable upon conviction by a fine of not less than Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($250). as specifically provided for under Section 22852 of the California Vehicle Code. in writing. 87.) A motor vehicle may contain advertising signs that are painted directly upon or are permanently affixed to the body of.083. or their agent(s). clause. such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance. 182. identification. or height of the vehicle. The warning citation advised the registered owner of the vehicle or display that he or she may be subject to penalties upon a subsequent violation of the ordinance that may include the removal of the vehicle or display. if all of the following requirements are satisfied: 1. width. without regard to whether any portion of the ordinance would be subsequently declared invalid or unconstitutional. Motor vehicles that pose a safety hazard shall be impounded pursuant to California Vehicle Code Section 22651(b). sentence. (Title and Section Amended by Ord. A warning citation was issued to a first-time offender at least 24 hours prior to the removal of the vehicle or display. sentence.000). the City shall direct the storage operator to provide the vehicle's registered and legal owner(s) of . nor more than One Thousand Dollars ($1. or phrase of this Section is for any reason held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction. The City Council may establish from time to time by resolution an increase in the amount of the fine. or fixture of a motor vehicle for permanent decoration. Section 22852 is incorporated by reference as if set forth in full herein and provides. No. The City is not required pursuant to Section 22651(v)(2) and Section 22651(w)(2) of the California Vehicle Code to provide further notice for a subsequent violation prior to enforcement. To receive a post-storage hearing. SEC. and 3. excluding weekends. (d) Violation . Advertising signs that are painted directly upon or permanently affixed to a motor vehicle shall not be painted directly upon or permanently affixed in such a manner as to make the motor vehicle unsafe to be driven. After the initial warning citation. or by both fine and imprisonment.territorial limits of the City when the mobile billboard advertising display is found upon any public street or any public lands. When a mobile billboard advertising display. (a) Post-Storage Impound Hearing. a subsequent offense of this Section is a misdemeanor. or display and that do not extend beyond the overall length. Section 22852 of the California Vehicle Code applies to this Section with respect to the removal of any motor vehicle for being in an unsafe condition pursuant to California Vehicle Code Section 22651(b). parked or left standing on any public street or public lands in the City.54. and is parked or left standing in violation of this Code. 3/13/12. clause and phrase thereof not declared invalid or unconstitutional.

and each and every subsection. 181. After the initial warning citation. (Added by Ord. 2. SEC. width. nor more than One Thousand Dollars ($1. without regard to whether any portion of the ordinance would be subsequently declared invalid or unconstitutional. clause and phrase thereof not declared invalid or unconstitutional. A motor vehicle may contain advertising signs that are painted directly upon or are permanently affixed to the body of. 87. for the express purpose of containing an advertising sign. clause. sentence. The City Council hereby declares that it would have adopted this Section. the owner(s) of record. or placed in a location on the body of the vehicle that was specifically built by a registered manufacturer. or by telephone within ten days of the date appearing on the notice. The City may authorize its own officer or employee to conduct the hearing as long as the hearing officer is not the same person who directed the storage of the vehicle. sentence. as specifically provided for under Section 22852 of the California Vehicle Code. or display and that do not extend beyond the overall length. REGULATION OF VEHICLES CONTAINING "FOR SALE" SIGNS OR PLACARDS. who is engaged in directing traffic or enforcing parking laws and regulations of the City. therefore. or height of the vehicle. a subsequent offense of this Section is a misdemeanor. To receive a post-storage hearing. Pursuant to Section 22651. The City Council may establish from time to time by resolution an increase in the amount of the fine. or decaled on the body of the vehicle. to remove a vehicle located within its territorial limits which is in violation of this Section.55. Because of a sign or placard on the vehicle.000). If any subsection. or fixture of a motor vehicle for permanent decoration. of the California Vehicle Code. with the opportunity for a post-storage hearing to determine the validity of the storage. or by both fine and imprisonment.632.) It shall be unlawful for any person to park any vehicle on the streets or public lands in the City of Los Angeles listed in subdivision (a) of this Section for the purpose of advertising to the public the private sale of that vehicle. in compliance with both federal and state safety guidelines or law. (b) Violation .9. moved. (b) Authorization for Removal of a Vehicle Advertising the Private Sale of that Vehicle. The City Council may amend this Section.record. the City authorizes any peace officer. parked or left standing on any public street or public lands in the City. or their agent(s).5 (commencing with Section 830) of Title 3 of Part 2 of the Penal Code. excluding weekends. or phrase of this Section is for any reason held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction. No. an integral part of. identification. as defined in Chapter 4. Advertising signs that are painted directly upon or permanently affixed to a motor vehicle shall not be painted directly upon or permanently affixed in such a manner as to make the motor vehicle unsafe to be driven. to include additional streets or public lands. temporary signs affixed to motor vehicles pose a significant public safety risk. or their agent(s). The City finds and declares the following: WHEREAS. or by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than six months. punishable upon conviction by a fine of not less than Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($250). Eff. or is parked or driven during high wind conditions. such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance. (c) Severability. after conducting a public hearing. in writing. if all of the following requirements are satisfied: 1.Penalties. or any regularly employed and salaried employee. 1. On Franklin Avenue between Hillhurst Avenue and Western Avenue. must request a hearing in person. particularly when the vehicle is involved in a collision. On Los Feliz Boulevard between Interstate 5 and Western Avenue. it appears that the primary purpose of parking the . 4/12/11. permanently affixed signs for purposes of enforcement under this ordinance means that signs must be painted directly on the body of the vehicle. (a) City Streets or Public Lands Where Vehicle Sales Prohibited. Subdivision (a)(4). Notice of the storage shall be mailed or personally delivered to the registered and legal owner(s) within 48 hours.

SEARCHLIGHTS. or by telephone within ten days of the date appearing on the notice. 87. SEC. in writing. the vehicle is known to have been previously issued a notice of parking violation. A person shall be deemed guilty of a separate offense for each and every day or portion thereof during which any violation of this Section is committed. The City Council hereby declares that it would have passed this ordinance. sentence. or phrase of this ordinance is for any reason held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a decision of any court of any competent jurisdiction. excluding weekends. or as otherwise provided by law. A first violation of this Section is punishable by a fine of $100. in summary. Eff. (Amended by Ord. or their agent(s).523. under this Section. the location and the purposes for which it will be maintained or used. Notice of the storage shall be mailed or personally delivered to the registered and legal owner(s) within 48 hours. clause. subsection. 3. which was accompanied by a notice containing all of the following: a. (b) Application – Contents of. A warning that an additional parking violation may result in the impoundment of the vehicle. b. must request a hearing in person.) No person shall maintain any searchlight. The City may authorize its own officer or employee to conduct the hearing as long as the hearing officer is not the same person who directed the storage of the vehicle. 2. If any section. A third violation and any subsequent violations of this Section are punishable by a fine of $500. A warning that the vehicle may be impounded pursuant to this Section. GENERATORS AND FLOODLIGHTS IN STREETS – PERMIT REQUIRED. The nature of the appliance. clause and phrase thereof not declared invalid or unconstitutional without regard to whether any portion of the ordinance would be subsequently declared invalid or unconstitutional. . A listing of the streets or public lands subject to this Section. 7/17/67. the City shall direct the storage operator to provide the vehicle's registered and legal owner(s) of record. above. Section 22852 of the California Vehicle Code applies to this Section with respect to the removal of any vehicle in violation of this Section. generator or floodlight. sentence. (c) Permit – Contents of. the owner(s) of record.69. The notice of parking violation was issued at least 24 hours prior to removal of the vehicle. or across any street except during such days and hours as are stated on a permit therefor issued by the Department. (a) Power of Department to Grant Permits. The City Council may increase the amount of the fines from time to time. such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance. No. even if moved to another street subject to this Section so long as the signs or placards offering the vehicle for sale remain on the vehicle. in upon. A second violation of this Section is punishable by a fine of $250. or their agent(s). Within the past 30 days. (c) Post-Storage Impound Hearing. 134. that whenever an authorized member of a public agency directs the storage of a vehicle. (e) Severability. The written application above referred to shall contain a description of the appliance proposed to be maintained. The Department is hereby authorized to grant such permits upon written application therefor.vehicle at that location listed in Subdivision (a) of this Section is to advertise to the public the private sale of that vehicle. along. as specifically provided for under Section 22852 of the California Vehicle Code. To receive a post-storage hearing. c. with the opportunity for a post-storage hearing to determine the validity of the storage. subsection. and each and every section. continued or permitted. Section 22852 is incorporated by reference as if set forth in full herein and provides. Any permit granted under this section shall specify: 1. (d) Violation – Penalties.

Parking on Public Streets 88.1 Meters. (Amended by Ord. 7/12/93.02.02 88.01 Parking Meter Zones and Rates Established. or fraction thereof. (d) Fees. No permit granted under this section shall be issued until the person applying for it shall have paid to the Department a minimum fee of $3. ordinances and regulations applicable thereto.2. Time Limit Zones and No Parking Zones – When Personal Parking Meters Required.1 Commercial Loading Zones.05.70. (g) A violation of this section shall be punishable in Section 11. 168. Sale.) Section A. floodlight or generator equipment.137.1 88. in the amount of not less than $50.) DIVISION “U” PARKING ON PUBLIC STREETS AND PARKING ON PUBLICLY OWNED OFF-STREET PARKING FACILITIES (Div. executed by an insurance company approved by the Department insuring the public against injury.000 for injury to one or more persons in any one accident. stating the days and hours permitted.01. the applicant shall file with the Department.1 88. 88.03.) SEC. 9/29/68. loss or damage that may result to any person or property from the use. Parking Meters – Times for Operation.748. The location where it will be maintained. 7/12/93. Before any permit is issued. Personal Parking Meters – Hours of Operation. 168.2 88. Commercial Loading Zone Rates Established for Vehicles with Personal Parking Demand-Based Parking Meter Rates Established. Time Limit Zones and No Parking Zones. (Repealed by Ord. No.) (e) Insurance Required. 88.06 Time of Parking in Parking Meter Zones.1 Authority to Extend Time and to Charge for Parking in Commercial Loading Zones. 3.04 88. 137. .00 88. 88.000 for injury or destruction of property in any one accident.03 Maintenance and Repair of Parking Meters.30 per day. The time during which it will be maintained or used. The purpose for which it is to be used.782. “U” Added by Ord: No.00. Parking Meter Spaces to Be Indicated and Maintained. 87. (Added by Ord.05 88. 88. 88.782. 4.00(m) of this Code. Eff. 94. per searchlight. (f) The granting of issuance of a permit hereunder shall not relieve the operator of the equipment or appliance from the duty to observe all laws.00. No. Operation of Parking Meters. and $5. Maintenance. Repair and Collection of Personal Parking Meters. Eff. VIOLATIONS OF THIS ARTICLE – PENALTY. No. maintenance or operation of the appliance for which the permit is granted. Installation of Parking Meters Authorized. Eff. and thereafter keep in full force and effect a policy of insurance in such form as the Department may deem proper.

Off-street Parking Meters – Times for Operation.61 88. Off-street Parking Meter Spaces to Be Indicated and Maintained. Van Nuys Parking Meter Zone .56 88. Maintenance and Repair of Off-street Parking Meters.54 88. North Hollywood Parking Meter Zone .1 88.63 88. Operation of Off-street Parking Meters. Failure to Pay for an Off-street Parking Meter Space.57 88. Parking on Publicly Owned Off-street Parking Facilities 88. Kester Avenue between Magnolia Boulevard and Sherman Way.11 88.058.00 per hour.13 88. Magnolia Boulevard between Hazeltime Avenue and Kester Avenue. The boundary streets are included in the zone: . This zone includes all streets within the area bounded by the following street segments.52 88. 88.00 per hour.$1. Payment of the rates established in this section shall be in accordance with the appropriate schedules established by the Board. Improper Use or Misuse of Parking Meters.07 88.88.08 88.60 Off-street Parking Meters and Off-street Parking Meter Standards Not to Be Used for Certain Purposes. Parking Meters – Payment. PARKING ON PUBLIC STREETS” SEC. PARKING METER ZONES AND RATES ESTABLISHED. 8/31/08. 88.08.58 Operation of Personal Parking Meter.12 88.00. Collection of Personal Parking Meter Revenue.65 Designation of Parking Spaces for the Exclusive Use of Physically Handicapped Persons. Collection of Cash From Parking Meters. Extending Parking Time for a Parking Meter Space.13. 180. Failure to Obey Off-street Parking Signs. Eff. 88. This zone includes all streets within the area bounded by the following street segments.10 88.06. B. Public Off-street Parking Facilities and Regulatory Signs. Off-street Parking Meters – Payment. (Amended in Entirety by Ord.62 88. 2.50 88.1 88.1 88.55 88.) The following parking meter zones and hourly rates therefor are hereby established. The boundary streets are included in the zone: (a) (b) (c) (d) Sherman Way between Hazeltine Avenue and Kester Avenue. Time of Parking in Off-street Parking Meter Zones. Extending Parking Time for an Off-street Parking Meter Space.53 88. Collection of Cash from Off-street Parking Meters. Installation of Off-street Parking Meters Authorized.64 Improper Use or Misuse of Off-street Parking Meters. Failure to Pay for a Parking Meter Space. No. “A. Parking Meters and Parking Meter Standards Not to Be Used for Certain Purposes. Hazeltime Avenue Sherman Way and Magnolia Boulevard.51 88.$1. Failure to Activate Personal Parking Meter. 1.

(n) (o) Spaulding Avenue from Sunset Boulevard to a point 220 feet southerly thereof. (j) Alta Vista Boulevard from Sunset Boulevard to a point 210 feet southerly thereof. (d) Sierra Bonita Avenue between a point 136 feet north of the north curb of Sunset Boulevard and a point 270 feet south of the south curb of Sunset Boulevard. (e) Curson Avenue between a point 265 feet north of the north curb of Sunset Boulevard and a point 178 feet south of the south curb of Sunset Boulevard. (d) Tujunga Avenue from the Los Angeles River to Burbank Boulevard. (p) Genessee Avenue between a point 170 feet northerly and a point 190 feet southerly of Sunset Boulevard. (t) Laurel Avenue between a point 180 feet northerly and a point 230 feet southerly of Sunset Boulevard. Burbank Boulevard from Tujunga Avenue to Cahuenga Boulevard. (a) Drive. Laurel Canyon Boulevard from Sunset Boulevard to a point 190 feet northerly . The Los Angeles River from Cahuenga Boulevard to Tujunga Avenue.(a) (b) (c) 3. (r) Orange Grove Avenue between a point 200 feet northerly and a point 180 feet southerly of Sunset Boulevard. (k) Poinsettia Place between a point 340 feet northerly and a point 210 feet southerly of Sunset Boulevard. (h) Detroit Street between a point 230 feet northerly and a point 250 feet southerly of Sunset Boulevard. Sunset Boulevard between La Brea Avenue and the City Line west of Havenhurst (b) Vista Street between a point 200 feet north of and the alley 150 feet south of Sunset Boulevard. (l) Fuller Avenue between a point 350 feet northerly and a point 240 feet southerly of Sunset Boulevard. Courtney Avenue from Sunset Boulevard to a point 130 feet northerly thereof. (s) Hayworth Avenue between a point 220 feet northerly and a point 320 feet southerly of Sunset Boulevard. (q) Ogden Drive between a point 140 feet northerly and a point 230 feet southerly of Sunset Boulevard.$1. (g) West side only of Stanley Avenue between Sunset Boulevard and a point 160 feet south of south curb of Sunset Boulevard. (u) thereof.00 per hour. (i) Formosa Avenue between a point 210 feet northerly and a point 180 feet southerly of Sunset Boulevard. (m) Martel Avenue between a point 270 feet northerly and a point 240 feet southerly of Sunset Boulevard. (f) Stanley Avenue between Sunset Boulevard and a point 154 feet north of the north curb of Sunset Boulevard. (c) Gardner Avenue Between a point 302 feet north of the north curb of Sunset Boulevard and the alley 150 feet south of Sunset Boulevard. Sunset-Gardner Parking Meter Zone . Cahuenga Boulevard from Burbank Boulevard to the Los Angeles River.

(v) (w) 4. (a)

Selma Avenue from Sunset Boulevard to a point 220 feet northerly thereof. Havenhurst Drive from Sunset Boulevard to a point 400 feet southerly thereof. All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Hollywood Boulevard from Hillhurst Avenue to Edgemont Street. Edgemont Street from Hollywood Boulevard to Los Feliz Boulevard. Los Feliz Boulevard from Edgemont Street to Commonwealth Avenue. Commonwealth Avenue from Los Feliz Boulevard to Prospect Avenue. Prospect Avenue from Commonwealth Avenue to Hillhurst Avenue. Hillhurst Avenue from Prospect Avenue to Hollywood Boulevard.

Vermont Hollywood Parking Meter Zone - $1.00 per hour. This zone includes:

(b) 5. (a) Street. (b) (c) (d) (e) (f)

The boundary streets segments set forth in (a) above. West side only of Wilmington Avenue between East 102nd Street and East 103rd Beach Street between 102nd Street and 103rd Street. Graham Avenue between 102nd Street and 103rd Place. East side only of Graham Avenue between 102nd Street and 103rd Street. West side only of Grandee Avenue between 103rd Street and 103rd Place. Maie Avenue between 102nd Street and 103rd Street.

Watts Parking Meter Zone - $1.00 per hour.

(g) 103rd Street between Wilmington Avenue and the alley 440 feet west of Compton Avenue. 6. Wilshire-Western Parking Meter Zone. (a) $1.00 per hour: (1) Western Avenue between Melrose Avenue and Sixth Street, and between Seventh Street and Venice Boulevard. (2) Clinton Street between the alley east of and a point 220 feet west of Western Avenue. (3) Maplewood Avenue between the alley east of and a point 190 feet west of Western Avenue. (4) thereof. (5) thereof. Rosewood Avenue between Western Avenue and a point 190 feet westerIy Elmwood Avenue between Western Avenue and a point 180 feet westerly

(6) Oakwood Avenue between a point 200 feet west of Western Avenue and Oxford Avenue. (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) Avenue. Beverly Boulevard between Manhattan Place and Oxford Avenue. Council Street between Western Avenue and a point 220 feet westerly thereof. First Street between Oxford Avenue and the alley west of Western Avenue. Second Street between Manhattan Place and Oxford Avenue. Third Street between Manhattan Place and Kenmore Avenue. Fourth Street between a point 220 feet east of the alley west of Western

(13) Avenue. (14) (15)

Fifth Street between Oxford Avenue and the first alley west of Western Sixth Street between Western Avenue and Gramercy Place. Wilshire Boulevard between Western Avenue and Crenshaw Boulevard.

(16) Ingraham Street between Western Avenue and a point 510 feet west of Western Avenue. (17) Seventh Street between Western Avenue and a point 300 feet west of Western Avenue. (18) Eighth Street between a point 190 feet west of Western Avenue and Kenmore Avenue. (19) Ninth Street between Manhattan Place and Oxford Avenue, and between Crenshaw Boulevard and a point 200 feet easterly thereof. (20) (21) San Marino Avenue Street between Oxford Avenue and Manhattan Place. Monette Place between Western Avenue and the alley easterly thereof.

(22) Tenth Street between Olympic Boulevard and Wilton Place, and between Crenshaw Boulevard and Victoria Avenue. (23) (24) Olympic Boulevard between Victoria Avenue and Kenmore Avenue. Connecticut Street between Western Avenue and Oxford Avenue.

(25) Eleventh Street between a point 220 feet east of and a point 200 feet west of Western Avenue. (26) thereof. Harrington Avenue between Western Avenue and a point 180 feet easterly

(27) Country Club Drive between Western Avenue and a point 220 feet westerly thereof, and between Victoria Avenue and a point 200 feet east of Crenshaw Boulevard. (28) thereof. (29) Twelfth Street between Western Avenue and a point 210 feet easterly Pico Boulevard between Kenmore Avenue and St. Andrews Place.

(30) Fifteenth Street between a point 150 feet east of and a point 170 feet west of Western Avenue. (31) thereof. (32) Cambridge Street between Western Avenue and a point 150 feet easterly Crenshaw Boulevard between Ninth Street and Country Club Drive.

(33) Bronson Avenue between a point 180 feet north of and a point 350 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. (34) Norton Avenue between a point 250 feet north of and a point 210 feet south of Olympic Boulevard, and between a point 479 feet south of Wilshire Boulevard and Sixth Street. (35) thereof. Van Ness Avenue between Wilshire Boulevard and a point 333 feet northerly

(36) Fifth Avenue between a point 250 feet north of and a point 160 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. (37) Fourth Avenue between a point 230 feet north of and a point 190 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. (38) Third Avenue between a point 270 feet north of and a point 170 feet south of

Olympic Boulevard. (39) Westchester Place between a point 200 feet north of and a point 200 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. (40) Arlington Avenue between Olympic Boulevard and a point 330 feet southerly thereof. (41) Wilton Place between Ingraharn Street and the alley north of Wilshire Boulevard, and between Olympic Boulevard and Tenth Street. (42) thereof. Gramercy Place between Wilshire Boulevard and a point 210 feet northerly

(43) Gramercy Drive between a point 230 feet north of and a point 140 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. (44) St. Andrews Place between a point 350 feet north of Wilshire Boulevard and Ingraham Street, and between a point 150 feet north of and a point 230 feet south of Olympic Boulevard, and between a point 230 feet north of and a point 180 feet south of Pico Boulevard. (45) Manhattan Place between Sixth Street and a point 275 feet north of Sixth Street, and between Wilshire Boulevard and a point 350 feet north of Wilshire Boulevard, and between Eighth Street and Ninth Street, and between San Marino Street and a point 260 feet southerly thereof, and between a point 210 feet north of and a point 360 feet south of Olympic Boulevard, and between a point 210 feet north of and a point 220 feet south of Pico Boulevard. (46) Oxford Avenue between First Street and a point 310 feet northerly thereof, and between a point 240 feet northerly and a point 220 feet southerly of Third Street, and between Fifth Street and a point 310 feet northerly thereof, and between a point 145 feet north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street, and between a point 380 feet north of and a point 220 feet south of Eighth Street, and between Ninth Street and San Marino Street, and between the alley north of and a point 220 feet south of Olympic Boulevard, and between Pico Boulevard and a point 120 feet southerly thereof. (47) Serrano Avenue between a point 180 feet north of and a point 270 feet south of Third Street, and between a point 280 feet north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street, and between a point 380 feet north of and a point 205 feet south of Eighth Street, and between a point 350 feet north of and a point 250 feet south of Olympic Boulevard, and between Pico Boulevard and a point 170 feet northerly thereof. (48) Hobart Boulevard between a point 190 feet north of and a point 250 feet south of Third Street, and between a point 180 feet north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street, and between a point 255 feet north of and 200 feet south of Eighth Street, and between a point 200 feet north of and a point 190 feet south of Olympic Boulevard, and between a point 190 feet north of and a point 190 feet south of Pico Boulevard. (49) Harvard Boulevard between a point 250 feet north of and a point 130 feet south of Third Street, and between a point 275 feet north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street, and between a point 235 feet north of and a point 160 feet south of Eighth Street, and between a point 270 feet north of and a point 230 feet south of Olympic Boulevard, and between a point 180 feet north of and a point 230 feet south of Pico Boulevard. (50) Kingsley Drive between a point 260 feet north of and a point 140 feet south of Third Street, and between a point 340 feet north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street, and between a point 185 feet north of and a point 145 feet south of Eighth Street, and between a point 260 feet north of and a point 200 feet south of Olympic Boulevard, and between Pico Boulevard and a point 180 feet northerly thereof.

Wilshire Boulevard between Kenmore Avenue and Mariposa Avenue. (55) Alexandria Avenue between a point 160 feet north of and a point 150 feet south of Third Street. All boundary streets except the Pasadena Freeway are included in the Parking Meter Zone. and between a point 245 feet north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street. (52) Irolo Street between a point 185 feet north of and a point 235 feet south of Eighth Street. and between a point 140 feet north of and a point 125 feet south of Eighth Street. (56) Kenmore Avenue between a point 240 feet north of and a point 170 feet south of Third Street.00 per hour. Sixth Street between Western Avenue and Kenmore Avenue. and between a point 180 feet north of and a point 140 feet south of Olympic Boulevard.(51) Ardmore Avenue between a point 170 feet north of and a point 220 feet south of Third Street. . (a) (b) Pasadena Freeway between South Avenue 50 and York Boulevard. from Beverly Boulevard to the end of the contiguous commercial properties northerly and southerly thereof. and between Eighth Street and a point 150 feet southerly thereof. and between a point 180 feet north of and a point 180 feet south of Pico Boulevard. and between Olympic Boulevard and a point 350 feet southerly thereof. Highland Park Parking Meter Zone . York Boulevard between the Pasadena Freeway and Aldama Street. (54) Mariposa Avenue between a point 160 feet north of and a point 150 feet south of Third Street. and between a point 250 feet north of and a point 270 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. and between Pico Boulevard and a point 230 feet northerly thereof. and between Eighth Street and a point 160 feet southerly thereof. and between a point 265 feet north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street. and between a point 170 feet north of and a point 180 feet south of Pico Boulevard. and between a point 220 feet north of and a point 190 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. and between San Marino Street and a point 330 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. and between a point 205 feet north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street. and between a point 230 feet north of and a point 315 feet south of Pico Boulevard. 7. and between Fourteenth Street and a point 230 feet north of Pico Boulevard. and between a point 150 feet north of and a point 210 feet south of Pico Boulevard. and between Eighth Street and a point 160 feet southerly thereof. The Highland Park Parking Meter Zone includes all streets within the area bounded by the following street segments. Seventh Street between Mariposa Avenue and Western Avenue. (59) All streets intersecting Beverly Boulevard between Oxford Avenue and Juanita Avenue.00 per hour parking meter rate includes all streets within the area bounded by the following street segments. and between a point 220 feet north of and a point 200 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. The boundary streets are included. and between a point 195 feet north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street.00 per hour: The $1. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Western Avenue between Seventh Street and Sixth Street. (53) Normandie Avenue between a point 230 feet north of and a point 210 feet south of Third Street. (57) Fedora Street between Eighth Street and a point 160 feet southerly thereof. (58) Beverly Boulevard between Oxford Avenue and Juanita Avenue. (b) $1. Mariposa Avenue between Wilshire Boulevard and Seventh Street.$1. Kenmore Avenue between Sixth Street and Wilshire Boulevard.

and between a point 270 feet north of and a point 160 feet south of Eighth Street. Monte Vista Street between North Avenue 61 and North Avenue 50. and between a point 120 feet north of Ninth Street and a point 170 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. Olympic Boulevard between Hoover Street and Burlington Avenue. (13) Grand View Street between Miramar Street and Ocean View Avenue. South Avenue 50 between North Avenue 50 and the Pasadena Freeway $1. (5) Miramar Street between Grand View Street and Lake Street and between Alvarado Street and Mountain View Street. and between Seventh Street and a point 130 feet south of Seventh Street. (2) Pico Boulevard between Sentous Street and Hoover Street. (11) Rampart Boulevard between the alley south of Seventh Street and Seventh Street. and between a point 180 feet north of and a point 220 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. (9) Carondelet Street between a point 190 feet north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street.(c) (d) (e) (f) (g) 8. (8) Park View Street between the first alley south of Seventh Street and Seventh Street and between Tenth Street and Eleventh Street. (10) Coronado Street between Sixth Street and Ocean View Avenue. and between a point 250 feet north of a point 140 feet south of Pico Boulevard. and between Seventh Street and the first alley south of Seventh Street. (a) Aldama street between York Boulevard and North Avenue 61. (12) Benton Way between Sixth Street and a point 400 feet north of Sixth Street. (6) (7) Eighth Street between Park View Street and Burlington Avenue. (16) (17) Third Street between Alvarado Street and Grand View Street. . (14) Lake Street between Third Street and Ocean View Avenue. and between the first alley south of Seventh Street and Seventh Street. and between a point 240 feet north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street. Wilshire-Alvarado Parking Meter Zone. North Avenue 61 between Aldama Street and Monte Vista Street. North Avenue 50 between Monte Vista Street and South Avenue 50. and between Olympic Boulevard and a point 330 feet south of Olympic Boulevard Avenue.00 per hour: (1) Alvarado Street between Valley Street and 6th Street. and between Tenth Street and Eleventh Street. (3) Westlake Avenue between a point 220 feet north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street. and between Seventh Street and a point 190 feet south of Seventh Street. and between the first alley north of Eighth Street and a point 210 feet south of Eighth Street. Ninth Street between Lake Street and Westlake Street. (18) Bonnie Brae Street between Fifth Street and Sixth Street. and between Ninth Street and a point 160 feet south of Ninth Street. and between Eighth Street and a point 240 northerly thereof. (15) Valley Street between Mountain View Street and the first alley west of Alvarado Street. and between 7th Street and Westlake Avenue. and between Seventh Street and the first alley south of Seventh Street. and between a point 145 feet north of and a point 175 feet south of Pico Boulevard. (4) Ocean View Avenue between Third Street and Grand View Street.

50 per hour. (3) All intersecting streets along Ventura Boulevard between Fulton Avenue and Whitsett Avenue including Fulton Avenue. Sub-Zone I includes: (1) All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) (c) Ventura Boulevard between Fulton Avenue and Whitsett Avenue. Eleventh Street between Westlake Avenue and the alley west of Alvarado (20) Twelfth Street between a point 210 feet east of and the alley west of Alvarado Street.(19) Street. (22) Albany Street between Twelfth Place and a point 520 feet south of Pico Boulevard. Constance Street between Pico Boulevard and a point 275 feet southerly Burlington Avenue between Pico Boulevard and a point 240 feet southerly Alvarado Terrace between Pico Boulevard and a point 140 feet southerly (b) $1.00 per hour. The boundary streets are included except for (1) and (3). Fulton Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and the Los Angeles River The Los Angeles River between Fulton Avenue and Whitsett Avenue Studio City Parking Meter Zone.$1. .$1. (a) Lafayette Park Place between Seventh Street and Sixth Street. (a) (b) (c) 10. (1) (2) (3) (4) 9.00 per hour. Sixth Street between Lafayette Park Place and Burlington Avenue. Toberman Street between Pico Boulevard and the alley southerly thereof. Avenue 51 between Lincoln Avenue and Meridian Street. York Boulevard between Avenue 50 and Avenue 52. from Ventura Boulevard to the end of the contiguous commercial properties southerly thereof. (23) Valencia Street between a point 165 feet north of and a point 235 feet south of Pico Boulevard.00 per hour parking meter rate applies to all street segments within the area bounded by the following street segments. Sub-Zone I . Sub-Zone II includes: (1) All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (a) Ventura Boulevard between Whitsett Avenue and Laurel Canyon Boulevard. (b) Sub-Zone II . Seventh Street between Burlington Avenue and Lafayette Park Place. Union Avenue between Twelfth Place and the alley southerly thereof. (21) Bond Street between Pico Boulevard and the alley southerly thereof. York Boulevard Parking Meter Zone .$1. (27) thereof. Avenue 50 between Lincoln Avenue and Meridian Street. Burlington Avenue between Sixth Street and Seventh Street. (28) thereof. (24) (25) (26) thereof.00 per hour: The $1. (2) All of the boundary street segments set forth in subpart (1) above except for Whitsett Avenue.

Ivar Street between a point 275 feet south of Sunset Boulevard and Selma Avenue. (n) Fountain Avenue between Citrus Avenue and McCadden Place and between Vine Street and a point 300 feet east of Vine Street. Sub-Zone III includes: (1) All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (a) Ventura Boulevard between Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Lankershim Boulevard. Sycamore Avenue between Sunset Boulevard and De Longpre Avenue.$1. Orange Drive between Sunset Boulevard and De Longpre Avenue. Cole Place between Sunset Boulevard and De Longpre Avenue. Mansfield Avenue between Sunset Boulevard and Leland Way. (3) All intersecting streets along Ventura Boulevard between Whitsett Avenue and Laurel Canyon Boulevard including Whitsett Avenue and Laurel Canyon Boulevard. from Ventura Boulevard to the end of the contiguous commercial properties southerly thereof 11. (c) The Los Angeles River between Lankershim Boulevard and Laurel Canyon Boulevard.00 per hour.$1. (2) The boundary street segments set forth in subpart (1) above. Cahuenga Boulevard between De Longpre Avenue and Selma Avenue Wilcox Avenue between De Longpre Avenue and Selma Avenue. Sunset-Vine Parking Meter Zone . La Brea Avenue between Hawthorn Avenue and the City Line near Fountain Avenue. (c) Sub-Zone III . (i) (j) (k) (l) Vine Street between Sunset Boulevard and Lexington Avenue. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) Sunset Boulevard between Van Ness Avenue and La Brea Avenue. (2) All of the boundary street segments set forth in subpart (1) above except for Laurel Canyon Boulevard.(b) River. (b) Lankershim Boulevard between Ventura Boulevard and the Los Angeles River.00 per hour. This subdivision shall cease to be operative six months after receipt by the City Council of written notice of withdrawal of approval of the State Department of Public Works. from Ventura Boulevard to the end of the contiguous commercial properties southerly thereof. (h) Highland Avenue between Selma Avenue and Lexington Avenue. (d) Laurel Canyon Boulevard between the Los Angeles River and Ventura Boulevard. (m) De Longpre Avenue between McCadden Place and Citrus Avenue and between Morningside Court and a point 200 feet east of Vine Street and between a point 170 feet west of La Brea Avenue and Sycamore Avenue. Hudson Street between Sunset Boulevard and Selma Avenue. (3) All intersecting streets along Ventura Boulevard between Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Lankershim Boulevard including Lankershim Boulevard. Whitsett Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and the Los Angeles (c) The Los Angeles River between Whitsett Avenue and Laurel Canyon Boulevard. .

Dana Street between Vermont Avenue and Catalina Street. (v) Cassil Place between Sunset Boulevard and a point 350 feet north of Sunset Boulevard. (m) 28th Street between alley west of Figueroa Street and Flower Street. (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) 30th Place between Vermont Avenue and 350 feet west of Vermont Avenue. and between alley west of Figueroa Street and Flower Street. 37th Street between Figueroa Street and Flower Street. 37th Place between Figueroa Street and Flower Street. Hoover Street between Jefferson Boulevard and Adams Boulevard. and between McClintock Avenue and University Avenue.(o) (p) (q) Avenue. (x) (y) (z) 12. (n) 29th Street between the first alley west of Vermont Avenue and the first alley east of Vermont Avenue. La Mirada Avenue between Vine Street and a point 35 feet east of Vine Street. Gower Street between Harold Way and De Longpre Avenue. (r) (s) (t) (u) Lexington Avenue between Citrus Avenue and McCadden Place.00 per hour. (o) 30th Street between 160 feet west of Vermont Avenue and alley east of Vermont Avenue. Exposition Boulevard between Wisconsin Avenue and Flower Street. 31st Street between Vermont Avenue and 350 feet west of Vermont Avenue. Cherokee Avenue between Sunset Boulevard and Leland Way. Martin Luther King Boulevard between Vermont Avenue and Flower Street. El Centro Avenue between Leland Way and Selma Avenue. (w) Seward Street between Sunset Boulevard and a point 200 feet south of Sunset Boulevard. McCadden Place between Selma Avenue and De Longpre Avenue.$1. Flower Street between Figueroa Street and Adams Boulevard. 33rd Street between Figueroa Street and Flower Street. Vermont Avenue between Martin Luther King Boulevard and Adams Boulevard. Adams Boulevard between Severance Street and Flower Street. Las Palmas Avenue between Selma Avenue and Leland Way. . (l) 27th Street between Vermont Avenue and Catalina Street. and between University Avenue and Flower Street. McClintock Avenue between Jefferson Boulevard and 30th Street. Menlo Avenue between Martin Luther King Boulevard and Exposition Boulevard. Jefferson Boulevard between Catalina Street and Flower Street. USC-Coliseum Parking Meter Zone . 32nd Street between Hoover Street and Figueroa Street. Figueroa Street between Martin Luther King Boulevard and 23rd Street. Leland Way between Highland Avenue and a point 180 feet west of Highland Afton Place between Vine Street and a point 200 feet east of Vine Street. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) Argyle Avenue between Sunset Boulevard and Selma Avenue.

(g) Avenue 24 between a point 200 feet south and a point 200 feet north of North Broadway. This subdivision shall cease to be operative six months after receipt by the City Council of written notice of withdrawal of the State Department of Public Works. (f) Avenue 22 between a point 200 feet south and a point 200 feet north of North Broadway. 39th Street between 160 feet west of Vermont Avenue and Menlo Avenue. 13. (d) Avenue 26 between Barranca Street and Workman Street. Bonnie Brae Street between Park Avenue and the first alley westerly thereof. North Broadway between Avenue 20 and Hancock Street. (a) 38th Street between Vermont Avenue and 300 feet west of Vermont Avenue. 39th Place between Vermont Avenue and alley west of Vermont Avenue. . Sunset-Alvarado Parking Meter Zone . (f) Mohawk Street between Marathon Street and a point 200 feet north of Sunset Boulevard. 14.00 per hour.$1. (i) Sichel Street between a point 200 feet south and a point 200 feet north of North Broadway. This subdivision shall cease to be operative six months after receipt by the City Council of written notice of withdrawal of approval of the State Department of Public Works. (h) Workman Avenue between a point 200 feet south and a point 200 feet north of North Broadway. Browning Boulevard between Vermont Avenue and 225 feet west of Vermont Lincoln Heights Parking Meter Zone . (l) Laveta Terrace between Laguna Avenue and a point 210 feet northerly of Sunset Boulevard. Montana Street between Logan Street and Echo Park Avenue. (a) (b) Street.00 per hour. (d) Lemoyne Street between the first alley south of Sunset Boulevard and the first alley north of Sunset Boulevard. (j) Griffin Avenue between a point 200 feet south and a point 200 feet north of North Broadway.(v) (w) (x) (y) (z) Avenue. Echo Park Avenue between the first alley south of Sunset Boulevard and Montana Logan Street between the first alley south of Sunset Boulevard and Montana Street. (c) Sunset Boulevard between the easterly leg of Laveta Terrace and Rosemont Avenue. Liberty Street between Montana Street and Reservoir Street. (c) Pasadena Avenue between Avenue 24 and Avenue 28. (b) Daly Street between Manitou Avenue and Avenue 26. (e) Alvarado Street between Montrose Street and Reservoir Street.$1. (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) Reservoir Street between Alvarado Street and Sunset Boulevard. Leighton Avenue between Vermont Avenue and 225 feet west of Vermont Avenue. Park Avenue between Glendale Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard. (e) Avenue 21 between a point 200 feet south and a point 200 feet north of North Broadway.

and between Olympic Boulevard and Eleventh Street. and between Seventh Street and Leeward Avenue. Shatto Place between Fourth Street and Sixth Street. Council Street between the alley west of Vermont Avenue and Juanita . (12) La Fayette Park Place between a point 400 feet north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street. Commonwealth Avenue between Fifth Street and Sixth Street. and between a point 150 feet north of and a point 160 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. (6) Berendo Street between a point 180 feet north of and a point 190 feet south of Third Street. and between a point 180 feet north and the alley south of Pico Boulevard. (5) Catalina Street between a point 150 feet north of and a point 180 feet south of Third Street. and between a point 190 feet north of and a point 190 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. and between a point 150 feet north of and a point 190 feet south of Eighth Street. and between Seventh Street and Venice Boulevard. (14) Fourth Street between a point 180 feet west of Vermont Avenue and Westmoreland Avenue. and between a point 230 feet north of and a point 175 feet south of Pico Boulevard. and between Fifth Street and Sixth Street. (7) New Hampshire Avenue between a point 150 feet north of and a point 140 feet south of Third Street. (8) Westmoreland Avenue between Fifth Street and Sixth Street. Oakwood Avenue between Vermont Avenue and New Hampshire Avenue.00 per hour: (1) Vermont Avenue between Oakwood Avenue and Sixth Street. (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) Avenue. (a) $1. and between a point 410 feet north of and a point 380 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. and between a point 180 feet north of and a point 410 feet south of Pico Boulevard. Vermont-Wilshire Parking Meter Zone. Fifth Street between Shatto Place and Westmoreland Avenue. and between the first alley north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street. and between a point 250 feet north of and point 200 feet south of Eighth Street. (13) Wilshire Boulevard between Kenmore Avenue and La Fayette Park Place. and between a point 305 feet north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street. (2) (3) (4) Eighth Street between Kenmore Avenue and Westmoreland Avenue. Third Street between Kenmore Avenue and Juanita Avenue. and between a point 300 feet north of and a point 290 feet south of Pico Boulevard. (9) (10) Virgil Avenue between Fifth Street and Sixth Street. and between Leeward Avenue and a point 170 feet south of Eighth Street.15. Olympic Boulevard between Kenmore Avenue and Hoover Street. and between a point 190 feet north of and a point 230 feet south of Eighth Street. (11) Hoover Street between a point 275 feet north of Sixth Street and Sixth Street. and between a point 170 feet north of and a point 190 feet south of Ninth Street. and between Seventh Street and a point 190 feet south of Seventh Street. and between a point 190 feet north of and a point 180 feet south of Pico Boulevard. Beverly Boulevard between Vermont Avenue and Juanita Avenue. and between a point 180 feet north of and a point 130 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. Ninth Street between New Hampshire Avenue and Westmoreland Avenue.

9th Street from Parkview Street to New Hampshire Avenue. (34) Dewey Avenue between a point 200 feet north of and a point 160 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. The boundary streets are included except for Kenmore Avenue. Fifth Street between Vermont Avenue and a point 210 feet westerly thereof.00 per hour parking meter rate includes all streets within the area bounded by the following street segments. Washington Boulevard from Union Avenue to Catalina Street. (33) Menlo Avenue between a point 120 feet north of and a point 270 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. Seventh Street between a point 200 feet west of Catalina Street and La . (26) Avenue. and between Eleventh Street and a point 710 feet southerly thereof. Second Street between Vermont Avenue and Juanita Avenue. (32) Elden Avenue between a point 120 feet north of and a point 180 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. (35) (36) (37) (38) (39) Hoover Street from 7th Street to Washington Boulevard. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) La Fayette Park Place between Seventh Street and Sixth Street. and between Pico Boulevard and a point 195 feet northerly thereof. (28) thereof. and between Arapahoe Street and Hoover Street. Kenmore Avenue between Sixth Street and Wilshire Boulevard. (30) Arapahoe Street between a point 110 feet north of Olympic Boulevard and Eleventh Street. and between a point 105 feet north of and a point 180 feet south of Pico Boulevard. Catalina Street between Wilshire Boulevard and Seventh Street. (29) Twelfth Street between Vermont Avenue and a point 160 feet westerly Pico Boulevard between Kenmore Avenue and Hoover Street. (25) thereof. First Street between the alley west of Vermont Avenue and Bimini Place. Wilshire Boulevard between Kenmore Avenue and Catalina Street. Venice Boulevard from Burlington Avenue to Arapahoe Street.(21) (22) (23) (24) thereof. Sixth Street between La Fayette Park Place and Kenmore Avenue. Leeward Avenue between Vermont Avenue and a point 170 feet easterly Francis Avenue between Vermont Avenue and a point 190 feet easterly San Marino Street between the alley west of Vermont Avenue and Menlo (27) Eleventh Street between a point 220 feet west of Vermont Avenue and Menlo Avenue.00 per hour: The $1. and between a point 240 feet north of and a point 230 feet south of Pico Boulevard. (b) $1. 8th Street from Parkview Street to Kenmore Avenue. and between a point 120 feet north of and a point 240 feet south of Olympic Boulevard. and between a point 180 feet north of and a point 170 feet south of Pico Boulevard. (31) Magnolia Avenue between Seventh Street and a point 200 feet southerly thereof. and between a point 190 feet north of and a point 150 feet south of Pico Boulevard.

00 per hour. 16. (l) 50th Street between a point 200 feet westerly of Broadway and a point 200 feet easterly of Broadway. (c) 43rd Street between a point 200 feet west of Broadway and the first alley easterly of Broadway.$1. (n) 52nd Street between the first alley westerly of Broadway and the first alley easterly of Broadway. (g) 46th Street between the first alley westerly of Broadway and a point 200 feet easterly of Broadway. (p) 53rd Street between a point 200 feet westerly of Broadway and a point 200 feet easterly of Broadway. (h) 47th Street between the first alley westerly of Broadway and the first alley easterly of Broadway. (e) Vernon Avenue between a point 200 feet westerly of Broadway and a point 200 feet easterly of Broadway. (d) Beverly Glen Boulevard between Valley Vista Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard. Broadway-Vernon Parking Meter Zone . Magnolia Boulevard between the San Diego Freeway and Fulton (b) Fulton Avenue between Magnolia Boulevard and Valley Vista Boulevard. (q) 54th Street between a point 200 feet westerly of Broadway and a point 200 feet easterly of Broadway. (d) 43rd Place between Broadway and the first alley easterly thereof. (a) Sub-Zone I . (a) (b) Broadway between 42nd Street and 54th Street. (o) 52nd Place between the first alley westerly of Broadway and the first alley easterly of Broadway.00 per hour. Sub-Zone I includes: (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) Avenue. (f) 45th Street between the first alley westerly of Broadway and a point 200 feet easterly of Broadway. 17. 42nd Place between Broadway and the first alley easterly thereof. (i) 47th Place between the first alley westerly of Broadway and the first alley easterly of Broadway.Fayette Park Place. (j) 48th Street between a point 200 feet westerly of Broadway and 200 feet easterly of Broadway. . (k) 49th Street between a point 200 feet westerly of Broadway and a point 200 feet easterly of Broadway. Sherman Oaks Parking Meter Zone.$1. (m) 51st Street between the first alley westerly of Broadway and the first alley easterly of Broadway. (c) Valley Vista Boulevard between Fulton Avenue and Beverly Glen Boulevard.

(d) Beverly Glen Boulevard between Valley Vista Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard. 18. Tenth Street from Pacific Avenue to 190 feet west of Pacific Avenue. Beacon Street from Seventh Street to Tenth Street. (d) Ninth Street from Grand Avenue to 350 feet east of Pacific Avenue and from Beacon Street to Palos Verdes Street.$1. Riverside Drive between Fletcher Drive and Los Feliz Boulevard. (a) lines: Twelfth Street from Pacific Avenue to 190 feet west of Pacific Avenue. and Tyrone Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and the Ventura Freeway.(e) Tyrone Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and the Ventura Freeway. Seventh Street from Beacon Street to Grand Avenue. All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) The Ventura Freeway between Tyrone Avenue and the San Diego Freeway.00 per hour. This zone includes: . Glendale-Atwater Parking Meter Zone . The south side of Ninth Street from Cabrillo Avenue to Grand Avenue. (a) (b) Sixth Street from Beacon Street to Gaffey Avenue. Mesa Street from Fifth Street to Eighth Street.$1.00 per hour. (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) Pacific Avenue from Santa Cruz Street to Fourteenth Street. (m) (n) 19. Sub-Zone II .$1. (g) The San Diego Freeway between the Ventura Freeway and Magnolia Boulevard. (b) The San Diego Freeway between the Ventura Freeway and Valley Vista Boulevard. (2) All boundary street segments set forth in (1) above with the exception of Beverly Glen Boulevard between Valley Vista Boulevard and Ventura Boulevard. All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments and demarcation (1) (2) Fletcher Drive between Riverside Drive and San Fernando Road. (c) Valley Vista Boulevard between the San Diego Freeway and Beverly Glen Boulevard. Palos Verdes Street from Sixth Street to Seventh Street. Sub-Zone II includes: (c) Eighth Street from 200 feet west of Pacific Avenue to Mesa Street and from Beacon Street to Palos Verdes Street. San Pedro Parking Meter Zone . (e) Tyrone Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and the Ventura Freeway. (l) Eleventh Street from 190 feet west of Pacific Avenue to 160 feet east of Pacific Avenue. (f) The Ventura Freeway between Tyrone Avenue and the San Diego Freeway. Fifth Street from Palos Verdes Street to 180 feet west of Pacific Avenue. (2) (b) (1) The boundary streets set forth in (1) above.00 per hour. Centre Street from Fifth Street to 160 feet south of Seventh Street.

00 per hour. All boundary streets set forth in (1) above.$1. Rexford Drive between Airdrome Street and Cashio Street. Sub-Zone I includes: (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (2) (3) (b) (1) Whitworth Drive between Beverly Drive and Robertson Boulevard. Roxbury Drive between Cashio Street and Pico Boulevard. Sub-Zone II . Airdrome Street between Fairfax Avenue and Robertson Boulevard. White Oak Avenue between Victory Boulevard and Roscoe Boulevard. (d) 84th Street between the first alley easterly and the first alley westerly of Vermont Avenue. This zone includes: (a) All streets within the area bounded by the following segments: (1) (2) (3) (4) (b) 22. (c) 83rd Street between the first alley easterly and the first alley westerly of Vermont Avenue. Sub-Zone II includes: (2) All boundary streets set forth in (1) above except Robertson Boulevard between Airdrome Street and Whitworth Drive 21.00 per hour for each of the first four hours and a total of $4. (a) Vermont Avenue (West Roadway) between 83rd Street and the city limit line south of Manchester Avenue. (a) Sub-Zone I . All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) (c) (d) Whitworth Drive between Robertson Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue. Victory Boulevard between Corbin Avenue and White Oak Avenue.$1. Vermont-Manchester Parking Meter Zone . Airdrome Street between Robertson Boulevard and Rexford Drive. Beverly Drive between Pico Boulevard and Whitworth Drive.(3) (4) (b) 20. Fairfax Avenue between Whitworth Drive and Airdrome Street. Pico Boulevard between Roxbury Drive and Beverly Drive.00 per hour. Robertson Boulevard between Airdrome Street and Whitworth Drive.00 per hour.00 for up to ten hours as permitted by the posted parking regulations. Cashio Street between Rexford Drive and Roxbury Drive. The boundary streets set forth in (a) above.$1. (e) 84th Place between Vermont Avenue and the first alley westerly of Vermont Avenue. The Los Angeles River between Los Feliz Boulevard and Colorado Street.$1. Pico Boulevard between Motor Avenue and Roxbury Drive. Pico-Robertson Parking Meter Zone. The boundary streets set forth in (a) above. Reseda Parking Meter Zone . Roscoe Boulevard between Corbin Avenue and White Oak Avenue. Los Feliz Boulevard between Riverside Drive and the Los Angeles River. (b) Vermont Avenue (East Roadway) between 83rd Street and 88th Street. Robertson Boulevard between Whitworth Drive and Airdrome Street. Corbin Avenue between Roscoe Boulevard and Victory Boulevard. .

86th Place between Broadway and the first driveway easterly of Broadway. 23. (h) Manchester Avenue between Olive Street and a point 450 feet easterly of Broadway. Santa Monica-Sawtelle Parking Meter Zone . 85th Place between Broadway and the first alley easterly of Broadway.$1. (g) 88th Street between the first alley westerly of Broadway and a point 150 feet easterly of Broadway. Ohio Avenue from Federal Avenue to the San Diego Freeway. 54th Street between 11th Avenue and a point 200 feet west of Crenshaw Boulevard. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) 26. Crenshaw-Slauson Parking Meter Zone . Federal Avenue from Texas Avenue to Ohio Avenue. Texas Avenue from Centinela Avenue to Federal Avenue. (a) (b) (c) (d) Broadway between 85th Street and 88th Street. This subdivision shall cease to be operative six months after receipt by the City Council of written notice of withdrawal of approval of the State Department of Public Works.$1.00 per hour. (f) 87th Place between Broadway and a point 150 feet easterly of Broadway. (d) The west side of Crenshaw Boulevard from Slauson Avenue to 58th Place. (a) (b) Crenshaw Boulevard between 52nd Street and Slauson Avenue. (c) 57th Street between a point 150 feet east of Crenshaw Boulevard and a point 150 west of Crenshaw Boulevard.(f) 85th Street between the first alley easterly and the first alley westerly of Vermont Avenue.00 per hour.00 per hour. . (b) Orange Drive between a point 250 feet north of Santa Monica Boulevard and the first alley south of Santa Monica Boulevard. (g) 88th Street between Vermont Avenue and the first alley easterly of Vermont Avenue. La Grange Avenue from the San Diego Freeway to Bundy Drive. (c) Mansfield Avenue between Romaine Street and a point 200 feet northerly of Santa Monica Boulevard. 24. This zone includes all streets within the area bounded by the following street segments. Santa Monica-Highland Parking Meter Zone .00 per hour. Manchester-Broadway Parking Meter Zone . 85th Street between Broadway and the first alley easterly of Broadway. The boundary streets are included in the zone except for the San Diego Freeway and La Grange Avenue. Centinela Avenue from Nebraska Avenue to Texas Avenue. This subdivision shall cease to be operative six months after receipt by the City Council of written notice of withdrawal of approval by the State Department of Public Works. (h) Manchester Avenue between Menlo Avenue and Kansas Avenue. (a) Sycamore Avenue between the first alley south of Santa Monica Boulevard and a point 150 feet north of Santa Monica Boulevard. Bundy Drive from La Grange Avenue to Nebraska Avenue. Nebraska Avenue from Bundy Drive to Centinela Avenue.$1. 25. The San Diego Freeway from Ohio Avenue to La Grange Avenue. (e) 87th Street between the first alley westerly of Broadway and a point 150 feet easterly of Broadway.$1.

(g) Wilcox Avenue between a point 150 feet south of Santa Monica Boulevard. Sub-Zone I . . Third Street between Gardner Street and Cochran Avenue. (b) Sub-Zone II . Robertson-Alden Parking Meter Zone .00 per hour. Third Street between Cochran Avenue and Sycamore Avenue. Miracle Mile Parking Meter Zone. (2) All boundary streets set forth in (1) above except Cochran Avenue between Sixth street and Eighth street. Sycamore Avenue between Third Street and Eighth Street.00 per hour. (a) Robertson Boulevard between the city limits south of Beverly Boulevard and the city limits south of Colgate Avenue. Eighth Street between Sycamore Avenue and Cochran Avenue. (b) Alden Drive between the first alley west of Robertson Boulevard and San Vicente Boulevard. (n) (o) 27. Gower Street between Lexington Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard. and a point 250 feet north of Santa Monica Boulevard. (f) Las Palmas Avenue between the first alley south of Santa Monica Boulevard and a point 300 feet north of Santa Monica Boulevard.$2. Lillian Way between Santa Monica Boulevard and Eleanore Avenue. (a) Banner Avenue between Vine Street and a point 200 feet east of Vine Street.(d) Highland Avenue between Romaine Street and Lexington Avenue. (k) Hudson Avenue between Santa Monica Boulevard and a point 200 feet north of Santa Monica Boulevard.$1. (c) Third Street between Robertson Boulevard and San Vicente Boulevard. (e) McCadden Place and the first alley south of Santa Monica Boulevard and Lexington Avenue. Fairfax Avenue between Eighth Street and Sixth Street.$1. (h) Cole Avenue between Santa Monica Boulevard and a point 150 feet south of Santa Monica Boulevard. Sub-Zone II includes: (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) (c) (d) (2) (3) 28. Cochran Avenue between Eighth Street and Third Street. Eighth Street between Cochran Avenue and Fairfax Avenue. This subdivision shall cease to be operative six months after the receipt by the City Council of written notice of withdrawal of approval of the State Department of Public Works.00 per hour. All boundary streets set forth in (1) above. (m) Seward Street between Santa Monica Boulevard and a point 400 feet north of Santa Monica Boulevard. (i) (j) Vine Street between Romaine Street and Lexington Avenue. Cochran Avenue between Sixth Street and Eighth Street. Sub-Zone 1 includes: (1) All streets with an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) (c) (d) Sixth Street between Fairfax Avenue and Cochran Avenue. (l) Santa Monica Boulevard between the city limits east of La Brea Avenue and Gower Street.

(f) Maywood Avenue between Colorado Boulevard and a point 170 feet north of Colorado Boulevard. Crenshaw-King Parking Meter Zone . Pacific Palisades Parking Meter Zone . Antioch Street between Sunset Boulevard and Haverford Avenue. (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) Sunset Boulevard between Carey Street and a point 360 feet westerly of Via de la Via de la Paz between Sunset Boulevard and Bowdoin Street. Alma Real Drive between La Cruz Drive and Toyopa Drive. (a) Crenshaw Boulevard West Service Roadway between 39th Street and Martin Luther King. Sherbourne Drive between Alden Drive and Third Street (j) San Vicente Boulevard between Third Street and the city limits south of Beverly Boulevard. Entrada Drive between Pacific Coast Highway and Short Street. Jr. (a) Paz. (g) Merton Avenue between Eagle Rock Boulevard and a point 150 feet east of Eagle Rock Boulevard. This subdivision shall cease to be operative six months after receipt by the City council of written notice of withdrawal of approval by the State Department of Public Works. Boulevard. Hamel Road between Alden Drive and Third Street. (a) Colorado Boulevard between El Rio Avenue and Glen Iris Avenue. (i) West Channel Street between Pacific Coast Highway and a point 640 feet easterly thereof. Swarthmore Avenue between Monument Street and La Cruz Drive. 29. (c) El Rio Avenue between Colorado Boulevard and a point 100 feet north of Colorado Boulevard. .$1.00 per hour.$1. Monument Street between Albright Street and Sunset Boulevard.00 per hour. This subdivision shall cease to be operative six months after receipt by the City Council of written notice of withdrawal of approval of the State Department of Public Works. Colgate Avenue between Robertson Boulevard and the alley easterly thereof. (b) Eagle Rock Boulevard between Chickasaw Avenue and a point 125 feet south of Colorado Boulevard.$1. Holt Avenue between Third Street and a point 100 feet south of Third Street. Willsman Drive between Third Street and a point 100 feet south of Third Street. La Cruz Drive between Sunset Boulevard and Swarthmore Avenue. (e) Casper Avenue between Merton Avenue and a point 140 feet north of Colorado Boulevard. 31.(d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) Arnaz Drive between Third Street and a point 150 feet south of Third Street. Eagle Rock Parking Meter Zone . (j) Palisades Drive between Sunset Boulevard and a point 640 feet northerly thereof. (d) Rockland Avenue between Colorado Boulevard and a point 160 feet north of Colorado Boulevard. (h) Chickasaw Avenue between Eagle Rock Boulevard and a point 150 feet east of Eagle Rock Boulevard. 30.00 per hour.

Hilgard Avenue between Le Conte Avenue and Lindbrook Drive. Willoughby Avenue between La Cienega Boulevard and the alley easterly thereof. 33. . “G” Street between Marine Avenue and Broad Avenue Anaheim Street between Fries and Lakme Avenue. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Lindbrook Avenue from Gayley Avenue to Hilgard Avenue. Westmount Drive between La Cienega Boulevard and the city line westerly thereof. (g) Opp Street between the alley east of Avalon Boulevard and the alley west of Avalon Boulevard. (a) (b) (c) (d) 34. (i) Beverly Boulevard between the city line westerly of La Cienega Boulevard and Crescent Heights Boulevard. (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) Romaine Street between La Cienega Boulevard and the alley easterly thereof. This zone includes all street segments within the area bounded by the following street segments. Corbin Avenue between Roscoe Boulevard and Victory Boulevard. Melrose Place between La Cienega Boulevard and Orlando Avenue. Oakwood Avenue between La Cienega Boulevard and the alley easterly thereof. La Cienega Center Parking Meter Zone . Wilmington Parking Meter Zone . (a) Sunset Boulevard between Pacific Coast Highway and Los Liones Drive. All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (1) (2) (3) (4) Roscoe Boulevard between Fallbrook Avenue and Corbin Avenue. Board Avenue between “G” Street and “I” Street. Marine Avenue between “G” Street and “I” Street. Victory Boulevard between Corbin Avenue and Fallbrook Avenue. Canoga Park Parking Meter Zone . (j) Alfred Street between Beverly Boulevard and the alley northerly thereof.(k) (l) 32. Westwood Village Parking Meter Zone . The boundary streets are included in the zone.$1. Sherwood Drive between La Cienega Boulevard and the alley westerly thereof. 35.$1. Fallbrook Avenue between Victory Boulevard and Roscoe Boulevard. Le Conte Avenue between Gayley Avenue and Hilgard Avenue. Avalon Boulevard between “F” Street and Denni Street. Gayley Avenue between Lindbrook Avenue and Le Conte Avenue. (k) Croft Avenue between the alley north of Beverly Boulevard and the alley south of Beverly Boulevard.00 per hour. “I” Street between Broad Avenue and the alley west of Avalon Boulevard. This zone includes: (b) The boundary streets set forth in (a) above. (a) La Cienega Boulevard between the city line north of Melrose Avenue and the city line south of Santa Monica Boulevard and between the city line at Rosewood Avenue and Beverly Boulevard. Marquez Avenue between Sunset Boulevard and Jacon Way.$1.00 per hour. Warning Avenue between La Cienega Boulevard and the alley easterly thereof.00 per hour.$1.00 per hour.

(p) Harper Avenue between the alley north of Beverly Boulevard and the alley south of Beverly Boulevard. Ohio Avenue between Midvale Avenue and Malcolm Avenue. Ohio Avenue between Midvale Avenue and Malcolm Avenue. (s) Crescent Heights Boulevard between the alley north of Beverly Boulevard and the alley south of Beverly Boulevard. (n) Flores Street between the alley north of Beverly Boulevard and the alley south of Beverly Boulevard. Sub-Zone I includes: (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) (c) (d) (2) (b) Wilshire Boulevard between Malcolm Avenue and Midvale Avenue. 36. Malcolm Avenue between Ohio Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard. Sub-Zone II . Ohio Avenue between Midvale Avenue and Malcolm Avenue and Malcolm Avenue between Ohio Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard: (a) Olympic Boulevard between the San Diego Freeway and Century Park West. (c) Wilshire Boulevard between the San Diego Freeway and Midvale Avenue.00 per hour. Sub-Zone II includes: (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments but not including Wilshire Boulevard between Malcolm Avenue and Midvale Avenue.$1. (o) Sweetzer Avenue between the alley north of Beverly Boulevard and the alley south of Beverly Boulevard. All boundary streets set forth in (1) above. The north side of Beverly Place from La Cienega Boulevard to 170 feet westerly Westwood-Santa Monica Parking Meter Zone. Comstock Avenue between Wilshire Boulevard and Club View Drive. (b) The San Diego Freeway between Olympic Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. (t) (u) thereof. (a) The south side of Beverly Place from La Cienega Boulevard to Huntley Drive. (r) Kilkea Drive between the alley north of Beverly Boulevard and the alley south of Beverly Boulevard. (m) Kings Road between the alley north of Beverly Boulevard and the alley south of Beverly Boulevard. Wilshire Boulevard between Malcolm Avenue and Comstock Avenue. Midvale Avenue between Wilshire Boulevard and Ohio Avenue. Sub-Zone I . Midvale Avenue between Wilshire Boulevard and Ohio Avenue. (q) La Jolla Avenue between the alley north of Beverly Boulevard and the alley south of Beverly Boulevard.00 per hour.(l) Orlando Avenue between the alley north of Beverly Boulevard and the alley south of Beverly Boulevard. Malcolm Avenue between Ohio Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard. .$1. (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) Midvale Avenue between Wilshire Boulevard and Ohio Avenue.

$1. (2) With the exceptions of the Harbor Freeway. Francisco Street between James M. The Harbor Freeway between Pico Boulevard and 7th Street. Olympic Boulevard between Hill Street and Flower Street. Pico Boulevard between Maple Avenue and Hill Street. 7th Street between Francisco Street and the Harbor Freeway. 37. (c) Sub-Zone III .00 per hour. 7th Street between the Harbor Freeway and Francisco Street.$4. (2) With the exceptions of the Harbor Freeway. Sub-Zone II includes: (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments. 7th Street. and Hill Street. all boundary street segments set forth in (1) above. San Pedro Street between 4th Street and 9th Street.00 per hour.$3. (b) Sub-Zone II . 9th Street between San Pedro Street and San Julian Street. Central Business District Parking Meter Zone. Sub-Zone I includes: (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) 4th Street between the Harbor Freeway and Hill Street. 9th Street between Francisco Street and Hill Street. James M. (a) Sub-Zone I . Francisco Street between 7th Street and 9th Street. Hill Street between 9th Street and 4th Street. (j) Drive. Wood Boulevard and 7th Street. The Harbor Freeway between 7th Street and 4th Street. Wood Boulevard. Hill Street between 4th Street and 9th Street. Flower Street between Olympic Boulevard and Pico Boulevard. 9th Street. Ohio Avenue between Midvale Avenue and Malcolm Avenue and Malcolm Avenue between Ohio Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard. and Francisco Street. Pico Boulevard between Flower Street and the Harbor Freeway. Olympic Boulevard between San Julian Street and Maple Avenue. (2) All boundary streets set forth in (1) above with the exception of Midvale Avenue between Wilshire Boulevard and Ohio Avenue. Maple Avenue between Olympic Boulevard and Pico Boulevard. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (l) (m) (n) (o) (p) 4th Street between Hill Street and San Pedro Street. all boundary street segments set forth in (1) above. Hill Street between Pico Boulevard and Olympic Boulevard.(i) Club View Drive between Comstock Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard.00 per hour for each of the first four hours and a total of . 9th Street between Hill Street and Francisco Street. Santa Monica Boulevard between Century Park West and Club View (k) Century Park West between Santa Monica Boulevard and Olympic Boulevard. San Julian Street between 9th Street and Olympic Boulevard.

(h) The Harbor Freeway between the Santa Monica Freeway and Pico Boulevard. (g) The Santa Monica Freeway between San Pedro Street and the Harbor Freeway. (10) Canfield Avenue between the alley northerly and the City line southerly of Venice Boulevard. all boundary street segments set forth in (1) above. (d) Sub-Zone IV . 9th Street between San Julian Street and San Pedro Street. Flower Street between Pico Boulevard and Olympic Boulevard. (3) Mentone Avenue between National Boulevard and a point 180 feet northerly thereof. San Pedro Street between 9th Street and the Santa Monica Freeway. Olympic Boulevard. Durango Avenue between Venice Boulevard and the alley northerly thereof.) This zone includes: (a) All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (1) Motor Avenue between the City line at Washington Boulevard and a point 300 feet north of Irene Street. (Amended by Ord.00 for up to ten hours as permitted by the posted parking regulations.00 per hour. No. (2) With the exception of Flower Street. Sub-Zone IV includes: (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) (c) (d) Olympic Boulevard between Flower Street and Hill Street. (2) National Boulevard between Mentone Avenue and Motor Avenue. Hill Street between Olympic Boulevard and Pico Boulevard. 182. San Julian Street between Olympic Boulevard and 9th Street. (4) Woodbine Street between the alley easterly and the alley westerly of Motor Avenue. 1/23/13. (6) (7) Avenue. San Julian Street. the Santa Monica Freeway. . all boundary street segments set forth in (1) above. Eff. Sub-Zone III includes: (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Pico Boulevard between the Harbor Freeway and Maple Avenue. 38.$1. (5) Palms Boulevard between the alley easterly and the alley westerly of Motor Avenue. Pico Boulevard between Hill Street and Flower Street. and Maple Avenue. (8) (9) Tabor Street between Vinton Avenue and the alley westerly of Motor Avenue.$4. Palms Parking Meter Zone . Maple Avenue between Pico Boulevard and Olympic Boulevard.$1.346. 9th Street. Regent Street between Vinton Avenue and the alley westerly of Motor Venice Boulevard between Culver Boulevard and Overland Avenue. Olympic Boulevard between Maple Avenue and San Julian Street. (2) With the exceptions of the Harbor Freeway.00 per hour.

and segment of Robertson Boulevard between Santa Monica Boulevard and Venice Boulevard.(11) Bagley Avenue between a point 160 feet northerly and the City line southerly of Venice Boulevard.00 per hour. (25) Culver City city limit south of Venice Boulevard between Cattaraugus Avenue and Culver Boulevard. 39. Culver City city limit.$2. (16) Dunn Drive between a point 375 feet northerly and a point 175 feet southerly of Venice Boulevard. (19) Vinton Avenue between the alley northerly and a point 185 feet southerly of Venice Boulevard. (26) Culver Boulevard between Culver City city limit south of Venice Boulevard and Venice Boulevard. (20) thereof. (b) The boundary segments set forth in Recommendation 1(a) above except the Santa Monica Freeway. Goldwyn Terrace between Venice Boulevard and a point 105 feet southerly (21) Mentone Avenue between a point 410 feet northerly and the alley southerly of Venice Boulevard. (12) Cardiff Avenue between the alley northerly and the City line southerly of Venice Boulevard. (22) Keystone Avenue between a point 400 feet northerly and the alley southerly of Venice Boulevard. (23) Avenue. Brentwood-San Vicente Parking Meter Zone . Exposition Boulevard between Venice Boulevard and Exposition Place. (17) Clarington Avenue between a point 315 feet northerly and a point 170 feet southerly of Venice Boulevard. Exposition Place between Exposition Boulevard and Robertson Boulevard. (18) Jasmine Avenue between a point 225 feet northerly and a point 210 feet southerly of Venice Boulevard. (14) Delmas Terrace between a point 220 feet northerly and the City line southerly of Venice Boulevard. . Montana Avenue between San Vicente Boulevard and Bringham Avenue. (a) The zone includes all streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (1) (2) (3) San Vicente Boulevard between Bundy Drive and Montana Avenue. Robertson Boulevard between Exposition Place and Santa Monica Freeway. Santa Monica Freeway between Robertson Boulevard and Cattaraugus (24) Cattaraugus Avenue between the Santa Monica Freeway and city limit of Culver City south of Venice Boulevard. (15) Hughes Avenue between a point 160 feet northerly and a point 130 feet southerly of Venice Boulevard. Bringham Avenue between Montana Avenue and San Vicente Boulevard. (27) (28) (29) (30) Venice Boulevard between Culver Boulevard and Exposition Boulevard. (13) Watseka Avenue between the alley northerly and the City line southerly of Venice Boulevard.

(b) Beverly Boulevard from the alley west of Larchmont Boulevard to a point 200 feet east of Larchmont Boulevard. (c) South Venice Boulevard between Abbot Kinney Boulevard and Lincoln Boulevard. Rose Avenue between Ocean Front Walk and Main Street. Larchmont Parking Meter Zone . from Lincoln Boulevard to the end of the contiguous commercial properties easterly thereof.$1.00 per hour. (d) Larchmont Boulevard between First Street and Third Street. 42. Bundy Drive between Mayfield Avenue and San Vicente Boulevard. (d) Avenue. Beverly-Fairfax Parking Meter Zone . (b) Abbot Kinney Boulevard between Main Street and South Venice Boulevard. (b) Abbot Kinney Boulevard between Main Street and South Venice Boulevard. (a) Larchmont Boulevard from First Street to a point 300 feet north of Beverly Boulevard. San Vicente Boulevard between Bringham Avenue and Mayfield Avenue.$1. all boundary street segments set forth in (1) above. Beverly Boulevard from Crescent Heights Boulevard to Gardner Street. Sub-Zone II includes: (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) Main Street between Rose Avenue and Abbot Kinney Boulevard. (a) (b) (c) Fairfax Avenue from Third Street to the City line at Willoughby Avenue.00 per hour from October 1 through April 30. Oakwood Avenue from the alley west of Fairfax Avenue to the alley east of Fairfax . (3) All streets intersecting Lincoln Boulevard. Except for Main Street. (b) Sub-Zone II .$1. (c) Larchmont Boulevard from Melrose Avenue to a point 300 feet north of Beverly Boulevard. (d) (e) Ocean Front Walk between South Venice Boulevard and Rose Avenue. (2) Except for Abbot Kinney Boulevard. 41. $2.$1.(4) (5) (6) (b) 40. Venice Parking Meter Zone. Mayfield Avenue between San Vicente Boulevard and Bundy Drive. between South Venice Boulevard and Rose Avenue. The zone also includes all boundary streets set forth in (a) above.00 per hour from May 1 through September 30. all boundary street segments set forth in (1) above. (e) (2) Lincoln Boulevard between South Venice Boulevard and Rose Rose Avenue between Lincoln Boulevard and Main Street. Sub-Zone I includes: (1) All streets with an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) Main Street between Rose Avenue and Abbot Kinney Boulevard.00 per hour.00 per hour. (a) Sub-Zone I . (c) South Venice Boulevard between Abbot Kinney Boulevard and Ocean Front Walk.

(l) Genessee Avenue from Beverly Boulevard to the alley northerly thereof and from the alley south of Melrose Avenue to the alley north of Melrose Avenue. (j) Orange Grove Avenue from Beverly Boulevard to the alley northerIy thereof and from Melrose Avenue to the alley northerly thereof. (y) Kings Road from 200 north of Melrose Avenue to the City limits south of Melrose Avenue. (h) Edinburgh Avenue from the alley south of Beverly Boulevard to the alley north of Beverly Boulevard and from the alley south of Melrose Avenue to the alley north of Melrose Avenue. Melrose Avenue from City limits west of Orlando Avenue to Gardner Street. (i) Hayworth Avenue from the alley south of Beverly Boulevard to the alley north of Beverly Boulevard and from the alley south of Melrose Avenue to the alley north of Melrose Avenue. (r) First Street from Fairfax Avenue to the alley westerly thereof. (d) Rosewood Avenue from the alley west of Fairfax Avenue to the alley east of Fairfax Avenue. (p) Sierra Bonita Avenue from Beverly Boulevard to the alley northerIy thereof and from the alley south of Melrose Avenue to the alley north of Melrose Avenue. (q) Gardner Street from the alley south of Beverly Boulevard to the alley north of Beverly Boulevard and from the alley south of Melrose Avenue to the alley north of Melrose Avenue. (n) Stanley Avenue from Beverly to the alley northerly thereof and from the alley south of Melrose Avenue to the alley north of Melrose Avenue. (s) Crescent Heights Boulevard from the alley south of Melrose Avenue to the alley north of Melrose Avenue. (u) La Jolla Avenue from the alley south of Melrose Avenue to the alley north of Melrose Avenue.Avenue. (g) Laurel Avenue from the alley south of Beverly Boulevard to the alley north of Beverly Boulevard from the alley south of Melrose Avenue to the alley north of Melrose Avenue. (o) Curson Avenue from Beverly Boulevard to the alley northerly thereof and from the alley south of Melrose Avenue to the alley north of Melrose Avenue. (t) Kilkea Drive from the alley south of Melrose Avenue to the alley north of Melrose Avenue. (x) Flores Street to the City Limits south of Melrose Avenue. . (k) Ogden Drive from Beverly Boulevard to the alley northerly thereof and from Melrose Avenue to the alley northerly thereof. (e) (f) Clinton Street from the alley west of Fairfax Avenue to Fairfax Avenue. (w) Sweetzer Avenue from 200 north of Melrose Avenue to the City Limits south of Melrose Avenue. (v) Harper Avenue from the alley south of Melrose Avenue to the alley north of Melrose Avenue. (m) Spaulding Avenue from Beverly Boulevard to the alley northerly thereof and from the alley south of Melrose Avenue to the alley north of Melrose Avenue.

Boulevard to Stocker Street. Chavez Avenue. Barrington Court (entire street). Chavez Avenue. St.$1. (a) (b) (c) (d) 46.$1. Chavez Avenue. (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) 44. (c) Selma Avenue from Highland Avenue to McCadden Place and from Hudson Avenue to Gower Street. Degnan Boulevard from the first alley north of 43rd Street to 3rd Place. Leimert Park Parking Meter Zone . Brittania Street for 150 feet north from Cesar E. (a) Crenshaw Boulevard from Martin Luther King. Pleasant Avenue from Boyle Avenue to First Street. Louis Street for 150 feet north and south from Cesar E. Jr. 43. Cornwall Street for 150 feet north from Cesar E. (c) West Frontage Road of Crenshaw Boulevard from a point 350 feet south of Byrnhurst Avenue to 48th Street. Boulevard to 48th Street. Soto Street for 200 feet north and south from Cesar E. Leimert Boulevard from 43rd Street to Vernon Avenue. Boyle Heights Parking Meter Rate . Crenshaw Boulevard east from Vernon Avenue to Brynhurst Avenue.00 per hour.$2. Chicago Street for 150 feet north and south from Cesar E.00 per hour. Chayote Street between Sunset Boulevard and Barrington Place. Barrington Avenue between Sunset Boulevard and Barrington Place.(z) Orlando Avenue from 200 north of Melrose Avenue to the City Limits south of Melrose Avenue. East Frontage Road of Crenshaw Boulevard east from Vernon Avenue to 46th Street. (b) Yucca Street from Wilcox Avenue to Argyle Avenue and from a point 200 feet east of Las Palmas Avenue. Chavez Avenue between the Golden State Freeway and Fickett Street.00 per hour. Hollywood-Vine Parking Meter Zone . Cummings Street for 150 feet north and south from Cesar E. Jr. Chavez Avenue.$2. Breed Street for 150 feet north and south from Cesar E. Chavez Avenue. Chavez Avenue.00 per hour. Chavez Avenue. (b) West Frontage Road of Crenshaw Boulevard from Martin Luther King. Mathews Street for 150 feet south from Cesar E. 43rd Place from Crenshaw Boulevard to Leimert Boulevard. 43rd Street from Crenshaw Boulevard to Leimert Boulevard. Hollywood Boulevard from La Brea Avenue to Gower Street. Chavez Avenue. . (a) East Frontage Road of Crenshaw Boulevard from 16th Street to 48th Street. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (l) 45. East First Street from Boyle Avenue to Mott Street. Pickett Street for 150 feet north and south from Cesar E. (d) Hawthorne Avenue from Detroit Street to Highland Avenue. Barrington Place between Sunset Boulevard and Barrington Avenue. Brentwood Village Parking Meter Zone . Chavez Avenue. Vernon Avenue from Crenshaw Boulevard to Leimert Boulevard. Cesar E.

00 per hour. Reseda Boulevard between Halsted Street and Roscoe Boulevard. Wilcox Avenue from Selma Avenue to Franklin Avenue. Chase Street between Amigo Avenue and the first alley east of Reseda Boulevard. Raven Street between Baud Avenue and Canby Avenue. Nordhoff Street between Baird Avenue and Darby Avenue. Argyle Avenue from Selma Avenue to Yucca Street. Vine Street from Sunset Boulevard to Yucca Street. Eddy Street between Baird Avenue and Darby Avenue.(e) Sycamore Avenue from the first alley south of Hollywood Boulevard to a point 150 feet north of Hollywood Boulevard. Napa Street between Amigo Avenue and Darby Avenue. Hudson Avenue from Selma Avenue to Hollywood Boulevard. El Centro Avenue from Selma Avenue to Yucca Street. (l) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) Whitley Avenue from Hollywood Boulevard to a point 200 feet north of Yucca Street. This subdivision shall cease to be operative six months after receipt by the City Council of written notice of withdrawal of approval of the State Department of Public Works. Franklin Avenue from Wilcox Avenue to Cahuenga Boulevard. Baird Avenue between Nordhoff Street and Eddy Street. Cahuenga Boulevard from Selma Avenue to Franklin Ave. Vista Del Mar from Hollywood Boulevard to Carlos Street. Las Palmas Avenue from Selma Avenue to a point 450 feet north of Yucca Street. (f) Orange Drive from Hawthorne Avenue to a point 450 feet north of Hollywood Boulevard. Malden Street between Amigo Avenue and Reseda Boulevard. Darby Avenue between Eddy Street and Napa Street. Gresham Street between Baird Avenue and Canby Avenue. (v) El Cerrito Place from Hollywood Boulevard to a point 250 feet north of Hollywood Boulevard. . Bryant Street between Amigo Avenue and Darby Avenue. (w) (x) 47. Gower Avenue from Hollywood Boulevard to Selma Avenue. Amigo Avenue between Parthenia Street and Chase Street. (g) Orchid Avenue from Hollywood Boulevard to a point 700 feet north of Hollywood Boulevard. Parthenia Street between Yolanda Avenue and Lindley Avenue. (i) (j) McCadden Place from Hawthorne Avenue to Yucca Street. Ivar Street from Selma Avenue to Yucca Street.$1. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (l) (m) La Brea Avenue from Hollywood Boulevard to Hawthorne Avenue. (h) Highland Avenue from Selma Avenue to Franklin Avenue. Northridge Parking Meter Zone . (k) Cherokee Avenue from Selma Avenue to a point 450 feet north of Hollywood Boulevard.

(a) The zone includes all streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Olympic Boulevard between the San Diego Freeway and Fox Hills Drive. 49. Fairfax-Olympic Parking Meter Zone . (9) Exposition Boulevard between Westwood Boulevard and the San Diego Freeway. This zone includes: . Pico-Westwood Parking Meter Zone . (10) The San Diego Freeway between Exposition Boulevard and Olympic Boulevard. Fox Hills Drive between Olympic Boulevard and Pico Boulevard. Melrose Avenue between Bronson Avenue and Cahuenga Boulevard. Ashby Avenue between Manning Avenue and Westwood Boulevard. (b) All boundary streets set forth in (a) above except the San Diego Freeway between Exposition Boulevard and Olympic Boulevard. Oxford Avenue between Virginia Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard. 8th Street between Stanley Avenue and Fairfax Avenue.$1. (a) This zone includes all streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (b) 50. Wilton Place between Santa Monica Boulevard and Lexington Avenue. Santa Monica Boulevard between Oxford Avenue and Normandie Avenue. Melrose Avenue between Normandie Avenue and Van Ness Avenue. Virginia Avenue between Western Avenue and Oxford Boulevard. Santa Monica-Western Parking Meter Zone . Fairfax Avenue between 8th Street and Whitworth Drive.$1. Westwood Boulevard between Ashby Avenue and Exposition Boulevard. Santa Monica Boulevard between Gower Street and Wilton Place. Normandie Avenue between Santa Monica Boulevard and Melrose Avenue. Stanley Avenue between Whitworth Drive and 8th Street.00 per hour.00 per hour. Western Avenue between Lexington Avenue and Virginia Avenue.00 per hour. Clinton Street between Van Ness Avenue and Bronson Avenue. Patricia Avenue between Pico Boulevard and Cushdon Avenue. Lexington Avenue between Wilton Place and Western Avenue.$1. (a) Gower Street between Melrose Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard. Pico Boulevard between Fox Hills Drive and Patricia Avenue. Cushdon Avenue between Patricia Avenue and Manning Avenue. Van Ness Avenue between Melrose Avenue and Clinton Street. The boundary street segments set forth in (a) above. Bronson Avenue between Clinton Street and Melrose Avenue. All streets within the area bounded by the following segments: (1) (2) (3) (4) Whitworth Drive between Stanley Avenue and Fairfax Avenue.48. Manning Avenue between Cushdon Avenue and Ashby Avenue.

(b) Fountain Avenue from Sunset Boulevard to Virgil Avenue and from a point 160 feet west of Edgemont Street to a point 330 street east of Vermont Avenue. De Longpre Avenue from Vermont Avenue to a point 400 feet east of Vermont (o) The north side of Fountain Avenue from a point 330 feet east of Vermont Avenue to Lyman Place. Van Ness Avenue from Hollywood Boulevard to a point 210 feet northerly thereof.00 per hour. (g) Gramercy Place from Hollywood Boulevard to a point 200 feet northerly thereof. Sunset-Vermont Parking Meter Zone . Sunset Boulevard from Wilton Place to Kingsley Drive. (d) Kenmore Avenue from a point 150 feet north of Sunset Boulevard to a point 215 feet south of Sunset Boulevard.$1. La Mirada Avenue from Vermont Avenue to point 160 feet east of Vermont Avenue.$1. (f) West side of Catalina Street from a point 410 feet north of Fountain Avenue to a point 165 feet south of Fountain Avenue and the east side of Catalina Street from Sunset Boulevard to Fountain Avenue. (a) The boundary street segments set forth in (a) above.(b) 51. (e) Edgemont Street from Sunset Boulevard to a point 285 feet south of Sunset Boulevard and from a point 170 feet north of Fountain Avenue to a point 120 feet south of Fountain Avenue. Barnsdall Avenue from Vermont Avenue to its terminus west of Vermont Avenue. (f) Wilton Place from a point 180 feet northerly to the first alley south of Hollywood Boulevard. (c) Vermont Avenue from Hollywood Boulevard to Lexington Avenue. (g) West side of Berendo Street from Sunset Boulevard to Fountain Avenue. Maubert Avenue from Vermont Avenue to point 210 feet east of Vermont Avenue. (h) New Hampshire Avenue from Sunset Boulevard to a point 265 feet south of Sunset Boulevard and from a point 250 feet north of Fountain Avenue to a point 150 feet south of Fountain Avenue.00 per hour. (h) St. (n) Avenue. 52. Taft Avenue from Hollywood Boulevard to a point 210 feet northerly thereof. (m) Lexington Avenue from a point 230 feet west of Vermont Avenue to a point 300 feet east of Vermont Avenue. (i) (j) Garfield Place from Hollywood Boulevard to a point 250 feet northerly thereof. Serrano Avenue from a point 200 feet northerly to a point 300 feet southerly of . Sunset Boulevard from Winona Boulevard to Fountain Avenue. Western Avenue from Franklin Avenue to Fountain Avenue. the east side of Berendo Street from Sunset Boulevard to a point 150 feet south of Sunset Boulevard and the east side of Berendo Street from a point 320 feet south of Fountain Avenue to a point 210 feet north of Fountain Avenue. (i) (j) (k) (l) Rodney Drive from Sunset Boulevard to a point 140 feet north of Sunset Boulevard. Andrews Place from Hollywood Boulevard to a point 170 feet southerly thereof and from Sunset Boulevard to a point 240 feet northerly thereof. Hollywood-Western Parking Meter Zone . (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Hollywood Boulevard from Van Ness Avenue to Edgemont Street.

. (a) Sub-Zone I . (c) (d) (e) Sunset Boulevard between Hill Street and New High Street. Chavez Avenue and 1st Street.Hollywood Boulevard and from Sunset Boulevard to a point 250 feet northerly thereof. (2) With the exceptions of 1st Street. Sub-Zone II includes: (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) Street. Los Angeles Street between 1st Street and 4th Street. (r) Kenmore Avenue from a point 190 feet northerly to a point 150 feet southerly of Hollywood Boulevard. (m) Kingsley Drive from a point 260 feet northerly to a point 200 feet southerly of Hollywood Boulevard and from a point 200 feet northerly to a point 200 feet southerly of Sunset Boulevard. 1st Street between Alameda Street and Los Angeles Street.00 per hour. (v) De Longpre Avenue from Western Avenue to a point 200 feet westerly thereof. (t) Carlton Way from a point 200 feet westerly to a point 200 feet easterly of Western Avenue. (l) Harvard Boulevard from a point 260 feet northerly to a point 170 feet southerly of Hollywood Boulevard and from Sunset Boulevard to a point 200 feet northerly thereof. Sub-Zone I includes: (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) (c) (d) 1st Street between Beaudry Avenue and Hill Street. all boundary street segments set forth in (1) above. Civic Center Parking Meter Zone.$4. Hill Street and 4th Street. Cesar E. (w) Fernwood Avenue from a point 200 feet westerly to a point 270 feet easterly of Western Avenue. 4th Street between Hill Street and Beaudry Avenue. Beaudry Avenue between 4th Street and 1st Street. 53. (b) Sub-Zone II . (p) Mariposa Avenue from a point 200 feet northerly to a point 400 feet southerly of Hollywood Boulevard.00 per hour. (u) Harold Way from a point 200 feet westerly to a point 200 feet easterly of Western Avenue. Hill Street between 1st Street and 4th Street. (o) Normandie Avenue from a point 210 feet northerly to a point 150 feet southerly of Hollywood Boulevard. (q) Alexandria Avenue from a point 140 feet northerly to a point 190 feet southerly of Hollywood Boulevard.$3. (k) Hobart Boulevard between Hollywood Boulevard and a point 180 feet southerly thereof and from a point 200 feet northerly to a point 220 feet southerly of Sunset Boulevard. (n) Winona Boulevard from a point 160 feet northerly to a point 140 feet southerly of Hollywood Boulevard. (s) Russell Avenue from Western Avenue to a point 250 feet easterly thereof. Chavez Avenue between New High Street and Alameda Alameda Street between Cesar E.

00 per hour for each of the first four hours and a total of $4. Dewap Road between 1st Street and Temple Street. Chavez Avenue from Figueroa Street to Alameda Street. 54.00 per hour. Little Tokyo Parking Meter Zone . Cesar E. This zone includes all streets within the area bounded by the following street segments. Chavez Avenue between Figueroa Street and Hill Street. (2) With the exceptions of 1st Street (between Alameda Street and Los Angeles Street) and 4th Street. (a) First Street between Los Angeles Street and Santa Fe Avenue. all boundary street segments set forth in (1) above. The boundary streets are included in the zone. (a) The Pasadena Freeway from Stadium Way to Sunset Boulevard. Cesar E. . This zone includes: The boundary street segments set forth in (a) above except for Los Angeles Street.$1. Chavez Avenue and Temple Street. all boundary street segments set forth in (1) above. except the Pasadena Freeway. All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (1) (2) (3) (4) (b) 56. Sunset Boulevard from the Pasadena Freeway to Figueroa Street. Chavez Avenue to College Street. Santa Fe Avenue between First Street and Fourth Street. Hill Street between Cesar E. 1st Street between Hill Street and Dewap Road.00 for up to ten hours as permitted by the posted parking regulations. Fourth Street between Santa Fe Avenue and Los Angeles Street. All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (1) (2) Third Street between La Cienega Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue. Hill Street between 4th Street and 1st Street. Temple Street between Dewap Road and Hill Street.00 per hour. Dewap Road between Temple Street and 1st Street. Chavez Avenue: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) 55. Fairfax Avenue between Third Street and Wilshire Boulevard. Chinatown Parking Meter Zone . Temple Street between Hill Street and Dewap Road.00 per hour. College Street from Alameda Street to North Broadway. Temple Street and Dewap Road. Los Angeles Street between Fourth Street and First Street. Stadium Way from North Broadway to the Pasadena Freeway. Hill Street between Temple Street and Sunset Boulevard. Alameda Street from Cesar E. (c) Sub-Zone III . Beaudry Avenue between 1st Street and Sunset Boulevard. (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) Sunset Boulevard between Beaudry Avenue and Figueroa Street. North Broadway from College Street to Stadium Way. Wilshire-Fairfax Parking Meter Zone . 1st Street between Dewap Road and Beaudry Avenue.$2.$2.(f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) 4th Street between Los Angeles Street and Hill Street.$1. Sunset Boulevard and Cesar E. (2) With the exceptions of Hill Street.

Sub-Zone II includes: (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) Clinton Avenue between Sycamore Avenue and Highland Avenue. Clifton Way between San Vicente Boulevard and La Cienega Boulevard. Santa Monica Boulevard between Kenmore Avenue and Normandie Avenue. from Third Street to the end of the continuous commercial properties northerly therefrom.00 per hour. (2) With exception of La Brea Avenue between Waring Avenue and Clinton Avenue. 57. La Brea Avenue between Waring Avenue and Clinton Avenue. Waring Avenue between Highland Avenue and Sycamore Avenue. Formosa Avenue between Romaine Street and Waring Avenue. San Vicente Boulevard between Wilshire Boulevard and Clifton Way.00 per hour.$1. . Normandie Avenue between Melrose Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard. (b) The boundary street segments set forth in (a) above.$1. La Brea Avenue between Clinton Avenue and Waring Avenue. Romaine Street between Sycamore Avenue and Formosa Avenue. (b) Sub-Zone II .00 per hour. This zone (a) All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Melrose Avenue between Normandie Avenue and Virgil Avenue.(3) (4) (5) (6) Wilshire Boulevard between Fairfax Avenue and San Vicente Boulevard. La Cienega Boulevard between Clifton Way and Third Street. Kenmore Avenue between Lexington Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard. Virgil Avenue between Melrose Avenue and the Hollywood Freeway. including both sides of Virgil Avenue between Melrose Avenue and the Hollywood Freeway. Sycamore Avenue between Waring Avenue and Romaine Street. Waring Avenue between Formosa Avenue and La Brea Avenue. Virgil Avenue between Lexington Avenue and Melrose Avenue.$1. La Brea-Melrose Parking Meter Zone. Clinton Avenue between La Brea Avenue and Detroit Street and Waring Avenue between La Brea Avenue and Formosa Avenue. all boundary street segments set forth in (1) above. (c) All intersecting streets along Third Street between La Cienega Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue. (b) All boundary streets set forth in (a) above except Clifton Way between San Vicente Boulevard and La Cienega Boulevard. Sub-Zone I includes: (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) (c) (d) Gardner Avenue between Waring Avenue and Clinton Avenue. Lexington Avenue between Kenmore Avenue and Virgil Avenue. Clinton Avenue between Gardner Avenue and La Brea Avenue. 58. Highland Avenue between Clinton Avenue and Waring Avenue. (a) Sub-Zone I . Waring Avenue between La Brea Avenue and Gardner Avenue. includes: Santa Monica-Vermont-Virgil Parking Meter Zone .

$1.$1. Third Street between Detroit Street and Sycamore Avenue. The boundary street segments set forth in (1) above except for 6th Street. First Street between Gardner Avenue and Detroit Street. from Ventura Boulevard to the end of the contiguous commercial properties northerly and southerly thereof. (b) All intersecting streets along Ventura Boulevard between the San Diego Freeway and Lindley Avenue. Gardner Avenue between Oakwood Avenue and First Street.$1. Encino Parking Meter Zone . 7th Street between the Harbor Freeway and Burlington Avenue. 4th Street between 3rd Street and the Harbor Freeway. 6th Street between Burlington Avenue and Bixel Street.00 per hour.00 per hour.(i) (j) (k) (l) (m) (n) (o) (p) (2) Clinton Avenue between La Brea Avenue and Detroit Street. Detroit Street between First Street and Third Street. Wilshire-Union Parking Meter Zone.$1. (a) Sub-Zone I . Bixel Street between 6th Street and 3rd Street. Detroit Street between Clinton Avenue and Oakwood Avenue. Oakwood Avenue between Detroit Street and Gardner Avenue. Encino Parking Meter Zone includes all streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (a) Ventura Boulevard between the San Diego Freeway and Lindley Avenue. All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (a) 7th Street between Burlington Avenue and the Harbor Freeway. Sub-Zone I includes: (1) All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) (c) (d) (2) (b) (1) 3rd Street between Burlington Avenue to Bixel Street. All streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) 3rd Street between Bixel Street and 4th Street. (a) The zone includes all streets within an area bounded by the following street segments: (1) San Vicente Boulevard between Mayfield Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard.00 per hour. 59. . 60.00 per hour. 6th Street between Bixel Street and Burlington Avenue. Wilshire-San Vicente Parking Meter Zone .00 per hour. Burlington Avenue between 7th Street and 6th Street. Sub-Zone III includes: (1) 61.$1. Harbor Freeway between 4th Street and 7th Street. Burlington Avenue between 6th Street and 3rd Street. Sub-Zone II includes: (2) The boundary street segments set forth in (1) above except for the Harbor Freeway and Bixel Street. Sycamore Avenue between Third Street and Clinton Avenue. Bixel Street between 3rd Street and 6th Street. (c) Sub-Zone III . All boundary street segments set forth in (1) above. Sub-Zone II .

(3) All streets intersecting Lincoln Boulevard between South Venice Boulevard and the County of Los Angeles boundary. all boundary street segments set forth in (1) above. South Venice boulevard between Lincoln Boulevard and the Venice (e) The Venice Canal between South Venice Boulevard and Washington Boulevard.(2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Federal Avenue between Wilshire Boulevard and Texas Avenue. (c) Walk. Texas Avenue between Federal Avenue and Centinela Avenue. (c) The zone also includes all intersecting streets along Wilshire Boulevard between McClellan Drive and the City of Santa Monica boundary. South Venice Boulevard between the Venice Canal and Ocean Front (d) Ocean Front Walk between South Venice Boulevard and Washington Boulevard. McClellan Drive between Wilshire Boulevard and Goshen Avenue. Washington-Pacific Parking Meter Zone. Mayfield Avenue between Bundy Drive and San Vicente Boulevard. (2) Except for South Venice Boulevard.$1. from Wilshire Boulevard to the end of the continuous commercial properties northerly therefrom.00 per hour from October 1 through April 30. Sub-Zone II includes: (1) All street segments within an area bounded by the following boundaries: (a) Avenue. . (c) Lincoln Boulevard between the County of Los Angeles boundary and South Venice Boulevard. Sub-Zone I includes: (1) All streets within an area bounded by the following boundaries: (a) Canal. $2. from Lincoln Boulevard to the end of the contiguous commercial property northeasterly thereof. Bundy Drive between Goshen Avenue and Mayfield Avenue. (b) The zone includes all boundary streets set forth in (a) above except Mayfield Avenue between Bundy Drive and San Vicente Boulevard. (2) The Boundary street segments set forth in (1) above except South Venice Boulevard between Lincoln Boulevard and the Venice Canal.00 per hour. Goshen Avenue between McClellan Drive and Bundy Drive. Washington Boulevard between the Venice Canal and Mildred (b) The County of Los Angeles boundary between the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Mildred Avenue and Lincoln Boulevard. (b) Sub-Zone II . Washington Boulevard between Ocean Front Walk and the Venice (b) The Venice Canal between Washington Boulevard and South Venice Boulevard. (d) Canal. 62. Centinela Avenue between Texas Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard. (a) Sub-Zone I . Wilshire Boulevard between Centinela Avenue and McClellan Drive.00 per hour from May 1 through September 30.$1.

Mullen Avenue from Pico Boulevard to a point 155 feet northerly thereof. Hudson Avenue from Pico Boulevard to the alley northerly thereof.00 per hour for each of the first four hours and a total of $4. (c) The south side of Slauson Avenue from Menlo Avenue to the first alley west of Vermont Avenue. 65. Rimpau Boulevard from Pico Boulevard to a point 225 feet northerly thereof. 2nd Avenue from Pico Boulevard to a point 190 feet southerly. This zone includes: (a) All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (1) (2) (3) (4) Fourth Street from San Pedro Street to Alameda Street. East Downtown Parking Meter Zone . Alameda Street from Fourth Street to the Santa Monica Freeway.$1. (h) Norton Avenue from between point 240 feet northerly and a point 650 feet southerly of Pico Boulevard. Westchester Place from Pico Boulevard to a point 190 feet northerly thereof.$1. Pico Boulevard from Arlington Avenue to San Vicente Boulevard. (a) Vermont Avenue from 57th Street to 59th Place. (d) 59th Street from Menlo Avenue to the first alley west of Vermont Avenue.$1. (m) (n) Plymouth Boulevard from Pico Boulevard to a point 195 feet northerly thereof. 64. Pico-Crenshaw Parking Meter Zone . Queen Ann Place from Pico Boulevard to a point 135 feet northerly thereof. (b) 57th Street from the first alley west of Vermont Avenue to a point 310 feet east of Vermont Avenue. The Santa Monica Freeway from Alameda Street to San Pedro Street. (p) (q) (r) (s) Muirfield Road from Pico Boulevard to a point 295 feet northerly thereof. (i) 12th Avenue from Pico Boulevard to a point 150 feet southerly thereof.00 per hour. (e) 4th Avenue between a point 210 feet northerly and a point 210 feet southerly of Pico Boulevard. (o) West Boulevard between Victoria Park Drive and a point 155 feet northerly of Pico Boulevard. (g) 6th Avenue from Pico Boulevard to a point 620 feet southerly. (f) 5th Avenue between a point 130 feet northerly and a point 130 feet southerly of Pico Boulevard. (l) Windsor Boulevard between a point 200 feet northerly and a point 200 feet southerly of Pico Boulevard. (a) (b) (c) (d) 3rd Avenue between a point 130 feet northerly and a point 160 feet southerly of Pico Boulevard. (j) Bronson Avenue between a point 160 feet northerly and a point 180 feet southerly of Pico Boulevard. San Pedro from the Santa Monica Freeway to Fourth Street. Vermont-Slauson Parking Meter Zone . (k) Victoria Avenue between a point 200 feet northerly and a point 220 feet southerly of Pico Boulevard.00 per hour.00 for up to ten hours as permitted by the posted parking regulations. .63.

(g) (h) 25th Street between the alley easterly and the alley westerly of Robertson Boulevard. First alley north of Venice Boulevard between Centinela Avenue and Stewart Avenue. (f) Beverlywood Street between the alley easterly and the alley westerly of Robertson Boulevard. Soto Street between San Bernardino Freeway and Valley Boulevard.00 per hour. (a) Inglewood Boulevard between Mitchell Avenue and first alley north of Venice Boulevard. (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (l) Victoria Avenue between Mountain View Avenue and Centinela Avenue.00 per hour. 70. Mitchell Avenue between Centinela Avenue and Inglewood Boulevard. . County Medical Center Parking Meter Zone . The boundary streets are also included.$1. (i) David Avenue between the alley easterly and the alley westerly of Robertson Boulevard. Centinela Avenue between Victoria Avenue and first alley north of Venice Boulevard. 68. Mar Vista Parking Meter Zone includes all streets within the area bounded by the following street segments.$1. (b) First alley north of Venice Boulevard between Inglewood Boulevard and Mountain View Avenue. (e) Gibson Street between the alley easterly and the alley westerly of Robertson Boulevard. 66.00 per hour. 24th Street between the alley easterly and the alley westerly of Robertson Boulevard. Golden State Freeway between Mission Road and San Bernardino Freeway. Valley Boulevard between Soto Street and Mission Road. (d) Olin Street between the alley easterly and the alley westerly of Robertson Boulevard. Stewart Avenue between first alley north of Venice Boulevard and Venice Boulevard.$1. between Golden State Freeway and Soto Street.(b) The boundary street segments set forth in (a) above except the Santa Monica Freeway and San Pedro Street from Fourth Street to the Santa Monica Freeway. (b) Cattaraugus Avenue between the alley easterly and the alley westerly of Robertson Boulevard. The boundary streets are included in the parking meter zone except for (a) and (e). Mar Vista Parking Meter Zone . Frances Avenue between Venice Boulevard and Pacific Avenue. (c) Mountain View Avenue between first alley north of Venice Boulevard and Victoria Avenue. Venice Boulevard between Stewart Avenue and Frances Avenue. Mission Road between Vaney Boulevard and Golden State Freeway. County Medical Center Parking Meter Zone includes all streets within the area bounded by the following street segments. (c) Hargis Street between the alley easterly and the alley westerly of Robertson Boulevard. Centinela Avenue between Pacific Avenue and Mitchell Avenue. Robertson South Parking Meter Zone . (a) Robertson Boulevard between Cadillac Avenue and Venice Boulevard. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) San Bernardino Freeway. Pacific Avenue between Frances Avenue and Centinela Avenue.

Glendale Boulevard between Rowena Avenue and Sunset Boulevard. . This zone includes: (a) (b) The boundary street segments set forth in (a) above except that portion of Sunset Boulevard between Glendale Blvd. Redondo Boulevard between San Vicente Boulevard and Packard Street. Venice Boulevard between West Boulevard and San Vicente Boulevard. Vineyard Avenue between 21st Street and 23rd Street.00 per hour.$1. Silver Lake Parking Meter Zone . Olympic-Sawtelle Parking Meter Zone . 21st Street between Dunsmuir Avenue and Vineyard Avenue. This zone includes: (a) All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (1) (2) (3) Ventura Boulevard between Lindley Avenue and Corbin Avenue. Dunsmuir Avenue between Saturn Street and 21st Street. The Ventura Freeway between Corbin Avenue and Lindley Avenue. Centinela Avenue between Olympic Boulevard and Santa Monica Freeway. All boundary street segments set forth in (a) above. Olympic Boulevard between Bundy Drive and Centinela Avenue. and Rosemont Avenue. 75. Corbin Avenue between Ventura Boulevard and the Ventura Freeway. 23rd Street between Vineyard Avenue and West Boulevard. Hyperion Avenue between Fountain Avenue and Rowena Avenue. Packard Street between Redondo Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue. Pico-La Brea Parking Meter Zone .$1.00 per hour.72.00 per hour. Tarzana Parking Meter Zone . 74. (b) The boundary street segments set forth in (a) above except for the Santa Monica and San Diego Freeways. San Diego Freeway between Santa Monica Freeway and La Grange Avenue. All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Sunset Boulevard between Glendale Boulevard and Fountain Avenue. Bundy Drive between La Grange Avenue and Olympic Boulevard. (c) That portion of all streets intersecting Sunset Boulevard between Rosemont Avenue and Fountain Avenue which extends southerly from Sunset Boulevard to the end of the contiguous commercial property on such intersecting streets. Rowena Avenue between Hyperion Avenue and Glendale Boulevard. La Grange Avenue between San Diego Freeway and Bundy Drive. This zone includes: (a) All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Santa Monica Freeway between Centinela Avenue and San Diego Freeway. This zone includes: (a) All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (b) San Vicente Boulevard between Venice Boulevard and Redondo Boulevard.$1. West Boulevard between 23rd Street and Venice Boulevard. 73.00 per hour.$1. Fountain Avenue between Sunset Boulevard and Hyperion Avenue. Fairfax Avenue between Packard Street and Saturn Street. Saturn Street between Fairfax Avenue and Dunsmuir Avenue.

from Riverside Drive to the end of the contiguous commercial properties northerly and southerly thereof. (c) All streets intersecting Ventura Boulevard between Lindley Avenue and Corbin Avenue.00 per hour for each of the first four . (None. Alameda-East Parking Meter Zone . from Ventura Boulevard to the end of the contiguous commercial properties southerly thereof. 80. (b) Both sides of the boundary street segments set forth in (a)(2).00 for up to ten hours as permitted by the posted parking regulations. San Pedro Street from Adams Boulevard to the Santa Monica Freeway. Toluca Lake Parking Meter Zone .00 per hour for each of the first four hours and a total of $4.(4) (b) Lindley Avenue between the Ventura Freeway and Ventura Boulevard.) Woodland Hills Parking Meter Zone . from Ventura Boulevard to the end of the contiguous commercial properties northerly and southerly thereof. 77. 78. (b) All streets intersecting Cahuenga Boulevard between Lankershim Boulevard and Barham Boulevard.00 per hour. 82. The boundary street segments set forth in (a) above except the Ventura Freeway. This zone includes: (a) All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (b) Harbor Freeway from the Santa Monica Freeway to 23rd Street. Universal City Parking Meter Zone .$1.$1. (a) Riverside Drive between Ponca Avenue and Sancola Avenue.00 for up to ten hours as permitted by the posted parking regulations. This zone includes: (a) All streets within the area bounded by the following: (1) (2) (3) (4) Alameda Street between the Santa Ana Freeway and 4th Street.$1. 4th Street between Alameda Street and the Los Angeles River. from Cahuenga Boulevard to the end of the contiguous commercial! properties northerly and southerly thereof. Washington-Broadway Parking Meter Zone . 79. neither side of the boundary street segment set forth in (a)(1). Adams Boulevard from the Harbor Freeway to San Pedro Street. (b) All streets intersecting Ventura Boulevard between Corbin Avenue and Woodlake Avenue.$1. Santa Monica Freeway from San Pedro Street to the Harbor Freeway.$1.00 per hour for each of the first four hours and a total of $4. (a) Cahuenga Boulevard between Lankershim Boulevard and Barham Boulevard. 81. Flower Street from 23rd Street to Adams Boulevard. (b) All streets intersecting Riverside Drive between Ponca Avenue and Sancola Avenue. Broadway-Slauson Parking Meter Zone .00 per hour. All boundary streets set forth in (a) above. (a) Ventura Boulevard between Corbin Avenue and Woodlake Avenue. 76. The Los Angeles River between 4th Street and the Santa Ana Freeway.$1.00 per hour. 23rd Street from the Harbor Freeway to Flower Street. The Santa Ana Freeway between the Los Angeles River and Alameda Street.

Sepulveda Westway between 92nd Street and Manchester Avenue. Main Street between 59th Place and Gage Avenue.019.00 additional $3.345. 182. (7) (8) (9) (10) La Cienega Boulevard between Arbor Vitae Street and 104th Street.00 additional . designated by signs or yellow curb paint. (Added by Ord.$1. 88. (Added by Ord. Aviation Boulevard between 104th Street and Century Boulevard. Eff. 92nd Street between Sepulveda Boulevard and Sepulveda Westway. The boundary street segments set forth in (a) above. 10/21/94. Woodlawn Avenue between Slauson Avenue and 59th Place.hours and a total of $4.) This zone includes: (a) All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments.00 per hour. time limit zones and no parking zones.1.) The following rates are hereby established for commercial vehicles that utilize personal parking meters when parking in commercial loading zones. No. Broadway between Gage Avenue and Slauson Avenue. 83. This zone includes: (a) All streets within the area bounded by the following street segments: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Slauson Avenue between Broadway and Woodlawn Avenue. Time 0 to 30 minutes 31 to 60 minutes 61 to 120 minutes 121 to 180 minutes 181 to 240 minutes Charge free $1. No. 170.00 $2. Gage Avenue between Main Street and Broadway. SEC. Westchester Parking Meter Zone . (5) Street. including the boundary streets. 59th Place between Woodlawn Avenue and Main Street. Eff. COMMERCIAL LOADING ZONE RATES ESTABLISHED FOR VEHICLES WITH PERSONAL PARKING METERS. (4) Manchester Avenue between Sepulveda Westway and City limit east of Osage Avenue.00 for up to ten hours as permitted by the posted parking regulations.00. except for Arbor Vitae Street and La Cienega Boulevard: (1) (2) (3) Sepulveda Boulevard between Century Boulevard and 92nd Street. Century Boulevard between Aviation Boulevard and Sepulveda Boulevard. City limit east of Osage Avenue between Manchester Avenue and Arbor Vitae (6) Arbor Vitae Street between City limit east of Bellanca Avenue and La Cienega Boulevard.00 additional $4. 104th Street between La Cienega Boulevard and Aviation Boulevard. 1/23/13.

INSTALLATION OF PARKING METERS AUTHORIZED. 9/7/08. (Amended by Ord. 134. No. said determination shall be based upon good traffic engineering principles. in such numbers as may be designated by said Council and in such places in parking meter zones as may be determined by said Council be necessary to the regulation.00. maintain or replace any parking meter within the purview of this division except upon the order of the Department. MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF PARKING METERS. time limit zones with a posted limit of one or more hours. (Amended by Ord.) (b) No other officer. Eff. maintenance or replacement work.00. 134. Eff.523. (b) All persons engaged in repairing. as reviewed by traffic investigation and surveys. parking meters in all parking meter zones hereby established or hereafter created by the Council of the City of Los Angeles. 159. 180. REPAIR AND COLLECTION OF PERSONAL . Eff. 7/17/67. DEMAND-BASED PARKING METER RATES ESTABLISHED.01.1.1 of this chapter. SEC. No. parking meters may be installed which accept coins of a greater monetary value than that which is required for the parking space for which the meter is installed. replace and otherwise keep said parking meters in good working order and condition at all times or cause the same to be done.) The Department is hereby authorized and directed to repair. TIME LIMIT ZONES AND NO PARKING ZONES. Oper. 37.) The Department is hereby authorized and directed to permit commercial vehicles to park up to a maximum of four hours in commercial loading zone.01.) SEC.00. 1/1/12. traffic investigation and surveys made from time to time by the Department of Transportation. and 81 of Section 88. 2/25/79. 55. 53. that charges for time pursuant to the rate schedule set forth in Section 88. board or department of this City. No. control and inspection. Eff.019.02. No. Oper. 80. 1/17/85. (Amended by Ord. 10/3/11. (Relettered (b) by Ord. Eff 2/10/79. board or department of this City. (a) The rates established by the Department under the authority of this Section shall be based on parking demand. No. 54. 65.02. 88. AUTHORITY TO EXTEND TIME AND TO CHARGE FOR PARKING IN COMMERCIAL LOADING ZONES. No. 151. 88. shall install or place any parking meter within the purview of this division except upon the order of the Department.2. 7/17/67. (a) No other officer. when such vehicles are engaged in loading or unloading activities and are equipped with an activated personal parking meter. 88.00.SEC. approved by the Department.) (c) For the convenience of the public. and no private agency or person.833. maintaining. maintain. The Department is hereby authorized and directed to install or caused to be installed. (b) This Section shall apply only to the parking meter zones and rates established in Subsections 1.523.1. 88. The Department shall report to the City Council not less frequently than once per year on any actions taken pursuant to this Section and the impact(s) of those actions or revenue and meter usage. (Added by Ord. 144.092.) (a) Parking meters installed in parking meter zones shall be placed upon the curb or area adjacent to the parking meter spaces hereinafter described. SALE. MAINTENANCE. SEC. and no parking zones.) SEC. Eff. 10/21/94. with the goal of reaching occupancy by vehicles at the rate of 70 to 90 percent for parking meter spaces on each block at such times and hours that payment is required. No. designated by signs or yellow curb paint.852.561. Eff. replacing or otherwise working upon said parking meters shall bear identification showing that such persons are authorized to do such repair. of the parking of vehicles therein. (Added by Ord. 181. 88. and no private agency or person. 170. shall repair. No. (Added by Ord.115. Eff.) The Department is hereby authorized to increase or decrease parking meter rates by no greater than 50 percent from the rates prescribed in Section 88. (Amended by Ord. 12/31/72.

88. 88.1. (Amended by Ord. 10/21/94. (Amended by Ord. Eff. based upon engineering and traffic investigation. replaced and maintained upon the curb or roadway adjacent to each parking meter for the purpose of designating the parking meter space or spaces for which said meter is to be used. 10/21/94. Eff. however.523. No. PERSONAL PARKING METERS – HOURS OF OPERATION. No.06. No. SEC. 170. Such times and hours shall be indicated by signs or on the parking meter.) The Department shall not be responsible for the sale. shall be 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM on any day except Sunday. 134. TIME LIMIT ZONES AND NO PARKING ZONES – WHEN PERSONAL PARKING METERS REQUIRED.019. a personal parking meter approved by the Department. The maximum legal parking time for each portion of the area or areas described in Section 80. when permitted. No. Eff. that the Department may. Said lines or markings shall be so painted or placed as to permit parking in the manner provided by the California Vehicle Code. Such devices do not exempt vehicles from “No Stopping” restrictions. Eff.092. 88. 88. 10/21/94.01. provided. time limit zone or no parking zone with the intent to remain for a period of time in excess of thirty (30) minutes. COMMERCIAL LOADING ZONES. from time to time prohibit all parking in areas included in the parking meter zones during times of emergency by causing the appropriate " NO PARKING" signs to be posted. (Amended by Ord. (Added by Ord.019.03. Eff. 88. No.092. except to the extent necessary to exercise complete control and responsibility for the collection of all revenues generated by their use. PARKING METERS – TIMES FOR OPERATION. he/she shall activate and display within the vehicle.1. 170. . traffic investigation and surveys made from time to time. No.) When the operator of a commercial vehicle first parks such vehicle in a commercial loading zone. 180.019.05. TIME OF PARKING IN PARKING METER ZONES. (Added by Ord. in commercial loading zones.03. 170. maintenance or repair of personal parking meters permitted for use in commercial loading zones.06.) (b) Nothing contained herein shall be deemed or construed to permit parking during times or hours prohibited elsewhere in this chapter. shall not be in excess of the maximum legal parking time as prescribed and determined and posted by said commissioners or by such other department or bureau authorized to so determine and so post. 7/17/67. 9/7/08. time limit zones and no parking zones. 9/7/08.) The hours of operation for the use of personal parking meters. in its discretion. SEC. 88. Eff.) Provisions of this division which require payment of parking meters located on City streets shall apply at such times and hours as may be determined from time to time by the Department.PARKING METERS.04. (Added by Ord. SEC. Said determination shall be based upon good traffic engineering principles.) (a) Said maximum legal parking time in parking meter zones. (Amended by Ord. Eff. SEC. in accordance with Section 88.00 hereof shall be as determined from time to time by the Department. PARKING METER SPACES TO BE INDICATED AND MAINTAINED. (a) It shall be unlawful when such lines or markings are in place for any person to park.1.) The Department shall cause distinct lines or markings to be painted or placed.019. stop or stand any vehicle other than completely within the confines or limits of such parking meter space. 170.05. time limit zones and no parking zones. No. 180. 10/21/94. as provided elsewhere in this chapter.1. SEC. except as provided in Section 88. SEC. OPERATION OF PARKING METERS.

1.019. Eff.) Personal parking meters shall operate with stored prepaid time. No. Every parking meter shall also be so arranged that upon the expiration of the parking time for which said payment has been made.08. (Title and Section Amended by Ord. The meter shall be programmed pursuant to Department requirements. and upon the entry of the parking meter space number. 10/21/94.03. 9/7/08. 180. Every parking meter shall indicate the legal parking time which has been or may be established for that area or zone of the street upon which said parking meter is installed. SEC.092. and said parking meter shall continue to display. (Added by Ord. PARKING METERS AND PARKING METER STANDARDS NOT TO BE USED FOR CERTAIN PURPOSES.1.1.) .) Personal parking meters shall be displayed pursuant to instruction of the Department and shall be activated by the user upon arrival in a commercial loading zone. SEC.06. 9/7/08. if none. COLLECTION OF PERSONAL PARKING METER REVENUE. as indicated on the parking meter.1. Eff. upon payment for a parking meter space. SEC. IMPROPER USE OR MISUSE OF PARKING METERS. COLLECTION OF CASH FROM PARKING METERS. SEC. Eff.852. the operator shall immediately make or cause to be made a lawful payment for the parking meter adjacent thereto. 181. except when utilizing a personal parking meter as provided in Sections 88.019. at the rates established and provided therefor in Section 88. the remaining paid time for said parking meter space from the time of payment until the expiration of the paid time.1 and 88. Eff. shall display the hours and minutes parked at a location and shall charge the rates established in Section 88.00. Upon reaching the maximum of four hours at any one location. newsrack or any other article or thing to lean against a parking meter or a parking meter standard. 88.2 of this Article and in accordance with the payment schedule adopted by the Department for said parking meter space. the meter shall display the word “EXPIRED.) The Department shall make or cause to be made regular collections of the money deposited in said parking meters by uniformed collectors and shall count or cause to be counted the money contained therein and deliver the same into the City Treasury to the credit of the Special Parking Revenue Fund.(Amended by Ord.” The vehicle shall thereafter be in violation of applicable parking regulations. SEC. Oper. 88. 9/7/08.01. 170. it will indicate by a visible display that the lawful parking time has expired. whichever is sooner. or upon expiration of all prepaid time. No. time limit zone or no parking zone. if applicable. 88. No. PARKING METERS – PAYMENT. No. 88. the period of time for which said payment has been made.11. or. The meter shall cease to function and shall display the word “EXPIRED” when all prepaid time has been expended. This time shall be sold by the Department at the rate of one dollar per hour in increments of 20 hours. 170. No.00. Eff.092. 88. No. 180. (Title and Section Amended by Ord. The Department shall establish the mechanism for selling meter time for personal parking meters and shall deliver the revenue derived from such sale to the City Treasury to be deposited in the Special Parking Revenue Fund. and may be cited for a violation of any applicable “expired meter” parking restriction. or until a vehicle vacates said parking meter space. It shall be unlawful for any person to attach anything or to allow a bicycle.06. 88.00 as modified pursuant to Section 88. 180. Eff. 10/21/94. upon the entry of the parking meter space number. OPERATION OF PERSONAL PARKING METER.10.08. (Added by Ord.) Every parking meter shall be set to display. SEC. (Amended by Ord. for an applicable parking meter in the vicinity after entering the assigned parking meter space number.1.) When the operator of a vehicle parks in a parking meter zone on a public street. 1/1/12.07.092. 10/3/11. 88. if applicable.

1/15/94.) A. PARKING ON PUBLICLY OWNED OFF-STREET PARKING FACILITIES” SEC. 601 602 609 610 613 614 Address Vicinity 14401 Friar St. (Title and Section Amended by Ord. permit or suffer to be parked.00. 180. SEC.1. except as provided by Sections 88. 180. approved by the Department. permit or suffer any vehicle to remain in any commercial loading zone. 11320 Chandler Blvd. Eff. No. FAILURE TO ACTIVATE PERSONAL PARKING METER. destroy or impair the usefulness of any parking meter. Eff. EXTENDING PARKING TIME FOR A PARKING METER SPACE. Eff. or during any time the applicable parking meter is indicating that the time has elapsed for which lawful payment has been made for said parking meter space. or to place any foreign matter or substance in said parking meter or any part thereof.1. Eff.092.07.1 and 88.019.13. 88. allow. PUBLIC OFF-STREET PARKING FACILITIES AND REGULATORY SIGNS.03.246.01. SEC.1 and 88.1. 169. 10/21/94.01.03. a commercial vehicle in any commercial loading zone. 2010 Pisani Pl. 9/7/08.1. 88. without immediately making or causing to be made a lawful payment at an applicable parking meter as provided in Section 88. allow. (b) It shall be unlawful for any person to cause.12. 728 S. No. open or willfully break. (c) It shall be unlawful for any person to alter or manipulate in any way a personal parking meter. (Title and Section Amended by Ord. for the purposes of reducing the actual charged time or extending the parking time beyond the four-hour maximum limit for the space occupied. allow. Eff.1. Lot No. or any slug.50. or to cause.092. allow.092. (Added by Ord. 88. or for any person to deface.It shall be unlawful to deposit or cause to be deposited in any parking meter any defaced or bent coin. North Nuys Hollywood Van Nuys Van Nuys Venice Miracle Mile Van Public Off-Street Parking Facilities: (Amended by Ord. No. permit or suffer any vehicle to remain in any parking meter space for more than the time indicated by posted signs or on an applicable parking meter indicating the maximum parking time allowed in such parking meter space. time limit zone or no parking zone after his/her personal parking meter has expired and in no event beyond the posted time limit in a time limit zone. permit or suffer to be parked. 88. (Amended by Ord. approved for use in the City of Los Angeles.13. device. metallic or other substitute for any money of the United States of America.06. Cochran Ave. 14530 Gilmore St. No. that indicates the hours and minutes parked at a location and is calibrated to assess the rates established in Section 88. 88. 9/7/08. 9/7/08. time limit zone or no parking zone for a period exceeding 30 minutes unless such person activates and displays within the vehicle a personal parking meter.) (a) It shall be unlawful for any person to park. SEC.) It shall be unlawful for any person to make or cause to be made a payment in a parking meter for the purpose of increasing or extending the parking time of any vehicle beyond the legal parking time which has been established by the Department for the parking meter space.06. or vehicles operated pursuant to Sections 88. “B. No. 88.) Wilshire . (b) It shall be unlawful for any person to cause. or to cause. tamper with. that the provisions of this Section shall not apply to any vehicle described in Section 80. 170. 14521 Friar St.) (a) It shall be unlawful for any person to park. injure. provided. 180. FAILURE TO PAY FOR A PARKING METER SPACE. however.1. a vehicle in any parking meter space. vehicles owned by the City of Los Angeles.05.

West Los Angeles 1530 Butler Ave. Broadway-Manchester 5058 Meridian St. Canoga Park 1540 Purdue Ave. York Blvd. Van Nuys 7120 Baird Ave. Sunset-Echo Park 1146 Logan St. Sunset-Echo Park 7219 Remmet Ave. Glendale-Atwater 474 W. Ave. 56 Highland Park 5712 E. Detroit St. Mid-Wilshire 124 S. 51 5033 Lincoln Ave. Menlo Ave. Ave. Van Nuys 14402 Gilmore St. Sunset-Gardner 14607 Sylvan St. Schrader Blvd. 58 Highland Park 116 S.-Ave. 24 Lincoln Heights 2334 Daly St. 9th St. 22 Lincoln Heights 216 Ave. Reseda 462 W. 43rd St.-Ave. Crenshaw-Slauson 5407 11th Ave. Venice 1511 Electric Ave. West Los Angeles 1611 Beloit Ave. West Los Angeles 221 Ave. 8th St. 24 Lincoln Heights 2416 Workman St. Lincoln Heights 1152 Lemoyne St. Venice 7134 Remmet Ave. Vermont-Manchester 7222 Baird Ave. West Los Angeles 1547 Corinth Ave. West Los Angeles 11312 Idaho Ave. Pico-Robertson 1147 Echo Park Ave.616 617 618 619 620 621 622 623 624 625 626 627 628 629 630 631 632 633 634 635 636 637 638 639 640 641 642 643 644 645 646 647 649 650 651 652 653 654 655 656 657 658 659 660 661 662 663 664 665 668 669 670 671 672 1411 Electric Ave. West Los Angeles 1615 Colby Ave. Leimert Park 11231 Magnolia Blvd. El Sereno 323 W. 87th St. York Blvd. Reseda 8707 S. West Los Angeles 3528 Larga Ave. Marmion Way Highland Park 124 N. Leimert Park 3328 W. Crenshaw-Slauson 5701 11th Ave. 57 Highland Park . 59 Highland Park 120 S. Ave. Reseda 7131 Canby Ave. San Pedro 1533 N. Ave. Sunset-Vine 928 Marine Ave. Canoga Park 1451 Gardner St. Sherman Oaks 14517 Erwin St. 43rd St. Van Nuys 5345 11th Ave. Ave. San Pedro 1421 S. Sunset-Echo Park 4883 Navarro St. Wilmington 1516 Barry Ave. Crenshaw-Slauson 119 N. Reseda 3416 W. 51 1710 Cherokee Hollywood-Vine 672 S. Wooster St. Lincoln Heights 14591 Dickens St. North Hollywood 2418 Daly St. Lincoln Heights 154 Ave. 56 Highland Park 7130 Darby Ave.

Civic Center . Pico-Midvale 3528 Garden Ave. 86th Place Broadway-Manchester 2150 Dell Ave. 58 Highland Park 7220 Jordan Ave. Breed St. Avenue 57 Highland Park 835 Avalon Blvd. Mid-City 4601 W. Chicago St. Vermont Ave. Reseda 249 N. Woodland Hills 2377 Midvale Ave. Ave. San Pedro 301 N. Canoga Park 200 N. Vineland Ave. San Pedro 239 W. Vermont Ave. Brooklyn-Soto 445 5th St. West Los Angeles 4702 W. Van Nuys 414 E. Venice 218 N. Pacific Palisades 318 N. Los Feliz-Vermont 1146 Glendale Blvd. Venice 1637 Wilcox Ave. 6th St. Broadway Manchester-Broadway 1711 Sunset Blvd. Pico-Westwood 529 11th St. Ave. Washington Blvd. Costanso St. Vermont-Wilshire 601 S. Main St. 56 Highland Park 5000 N. Vermont-Wilshire 209 N. Beverly Center 7128 Jordan Ave. Hudson-Wilcox 8463 S. San Pedro 460 W. Washington Blvd. Rancho Park 5063 Caspar Ave. Hollywood 115 S. Canoga Park 21901 W. Mid-City 4600 W. San Pedro 2386 Malcolm Ave. Temple St. Larchmont 123 N. 7th St. Venice Blvd. Westwood Village 15216 Sunset Blvd. Eagle Rock 7141 Remmet Ave. Venice 1625 N. Larchmont Blvd. Vermont Ave. tudio City 682 S. Robertson Blvd. Canoga Park 4642 Russell Ave. North Hollywood 11010 Santa Monica Blvd. Civic Center 8509 S. Larchmont Blvd. Larchmont 396 W. Civic Center 237 S. Sunset-Echo Park 308 S. Boyle Heights 2371 Overland Ave. Mid-City 6265 Sylmar Ave.673 674 675 676 677 678 679 680 681 682 683 684 685 686 687 688 689 690 691 692 694 695 696 697 698 699 700 701 702 703 704 705 707 711 712 713 715 725 731 732 735 740 742 744 745 746 747 748 749 750 751 752 753 755 117 S. Pico-Westwood 7117 Remmet Ave. Echo Park 1036 Broxton Ave. Canoga Park 1156 Clark Drive Pico-Robertson 8866 Pico Boulevard Pico-Robertson 12223 Ventura Blvd. Glendale-Atwater 7246 Baird Ave. Vermont-Manchester 6801 Hollywood Blvd. Wilmington 2332 Workman Street Lincoln Heights 2367 Prosser Ave. Washington Blvd.Vine Street Hollywood-Vine 123 S. Hill St. Los Angeles St.

The maximum legal parking time for each publicly owned off-street parking facility in Section 88. traffic investigation and surveys made from time to time by the Department of Transportation. SEC. 159.54.52. maintaining. Sherman Oaks Burns Rd. 2/10/79. INSTALLATION OF OFF-STREET PARKING METERS AUTHORIZED. OFF-STREET PARKING METER SPACES TO BE INDICATED AND MAINTAINED. 1/17/85. No. 9/7/08.) (b) Such signs shall be of such design and type. 9/7/08.833. Oper. except upon the order of the Department. TIME OF PARKING IN OFF-STREET PARKING METER ZONES. 88.51. Beverly Fashion Center District Installation of Regulatory Signs.756 758 799 B. board or department of this City. 159. and no private agency or person. Oper. It shall be unlawful when such lines or markings are in place. or cause the same to be done. Eff. No. Eff.561. 88. shall install or place any off-street parking meter within the purview of this article except upon the order of the Department of Transportation. 1/17/85. stop or stand any vehicle other than completely within the confines or limits of such off-street parking meter space. 2/25/79.) SEC. SEC. and shall be in such numbers and places in or upon such facilities as said Department finds are required to fully inform the public of the contents thereof and the conditions and limitations on the parking of vehicles therein. maintain. Eff.) (a) Off-street meters installed on off-street parking facilities shall be placed in the area adjacent to or in the vicinity of the off-street parking meter spaces hereinafter described.833. control and inspection of the parking of vehicles therein. Eff. replaced and maintained upon the publicly owned parking facility adjacent to or in the vicinity of each off-street parking meter for the purpose of designating the off-street parking space or spaces for which said meter is to be used. in such numbers as may be designated by said Council and on such publicly owned off-street parking facilities as may be determined by said Council to be necessary to the regulation. Said determination shall be based upon good traffic engineering principles. 180. No.092. George Maple Ave.) (b) No other traffic officer. Said determination shall be based upon good traffic engineering principles. 151. 139 636 14758 Ventura Blvd. No. board or department of the City.53. replace and otherwise keep said offstreet parking meters in good working order and condition at all times. 151. and no private agency or person. maintain or replace any off-street parking meter within the purview of this article. Eff. (Amended by Ord. 2/10/79. S. (Amended by Ord. The Department of Transportation is hereby authorized and directed to install or cause to be installed. The Department is hereby authorized and directed to repair.561. 88. traffic investigation and surveys made . 2/25/79. shall repair. replacing or otherwise working upon offstreet parking meters shall bear identification showing that such persons are authorized to do such repair. (a) The Department of Transportation may install regulatory signs in or upon the above listed off-street parking facilities. maintenance or replacement work. SEC. (Amended by Ord. 88. Eff. No. (Amended by Ord.) (a) No other officer. (Amended by Ord. 180. Eff. (Amended by Ord. 2/10/79. 2/25/79.50 hereof shall be as determined from time to time by the Board of Transportation Commissioners. (Amended by Ord. MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF OFF-STREET PARKING METERS. Oper.092. No.) The Department shall cause distinct lines or markings to be painted or placed.833. 151. No.) (b) (None) (c) All persons engaged in repairing. offstreet parking meters on publicly owned off-street parking facilities hereby established or hereafter created by the Council of the City of Los Angeles. for any person to park.

or any slug. said off-street parking meter shall continue to display. 9/7/08. SEC. Eff. if applicable.60.092. SEC. Eff. No. (Amended by Ord. 88. 88. It shall be unlawful for any person to attach anything to or to allow anything to lean against an off-street parking meter or an off-street parking meter standard. 180. No. (Title and Section Amended by Ord. 151. (Amended by Ord. OPERATION OF OFF-STREET PARKING METERS. tamper with. IMPROPER USE OR MISUSE OF OFF-STREET PARKING METERS. No. No. 180. SEC. (Amended by Ord. upon the entry of the off-street parking meter space number. prohibit all parking in any publicly owned off-street parking facility during times of emergency by causing appropriate "No Parking" signs to be posted. device. 88.from time to time. EXTENDING PARKING TIME FOR AN OFF-STREET PARKING METER SPACE. 10/3/11. or for any person to deface. Oper. No. based upon engineering and traffic investigation.833. Eff. 88. 1/1/12.092. whichever is sooner Every off-street parking meter shall be so arranged that upon the expiration of the parking time for which said payment has been made.56.58.57. injure. Each off-street parking meter shall indicate the legal parking time which has been or may be established for that publicly owned off-street parking facility. Such times and hours shall be indicated by signs or on the parking meters. or until a vehicle vacates said off-street parking meter space. 88.852. at the rates determined by the Board of Transportation Commissioners from time to time for said off-street parking meter space and as indicated by posted signs or on an applicable parking meter. 180.092.55. COLLECTION OF CASH FROM OFF-STREET PARKING METERS. that the Board of Transportation Commissioners may. upon payment for an off-street parking meter space. for an applicable parking meter in the vicinity after entering the assigned off-street parking meter space number. Eff.61. (Amended by Ord. 9/7/08. provided. 88. and upon the entry of the off-street parking meter space number. destroy or impair the usefulness of any offstreet parking meter. SEC.092. the period of time for which said payment has been made. or. (Amended by Ord. if none. OFF-STREET PARKING METERS – PAYMENT.62. open or willfully break. however. if applicable.) Provisions of this division which require payment of off-street parking meters shall apply at such times and hours as may be determined from time to time by the Board of Transportation Commissioners. OFF-STREET PARKING METERS AND OFF-STREET PARKING METER STANDARDS NOT TO BE USED FOR CERTAIN PURPOSES. No.) It shall be unlawful to deposit or cause to be deposited in any off-street parking meter any defaced or bent coin. 9/7/08. the remaining paid time for said offstreet parking meter space from the time of payment until the expiration of the paid time. .) SEC. OFF-STREET PARKING METERS – TIMES FOR OPERATION. metallic or other substitute for any money of the United States of America. 180.) Every off-street parking meter shall be set to display. Eff. 9/7/08. the operator shall immediately make or cause to be made a lawful payment for the off-street parking meter adjacent thereto. SEC. in its discretion from time to time.) The Department shall make or cause to be made regular collections of the money deposited in off-street parking meters by uniformed collectors and shall count or cause to be counted the money contained therein and deliver the same into the City Treasury to the credit of the Special Parking Revenue Fund. 88. Oper. and unless a printed receipt indicating the expiry time is made available at the time of payment. SEC.) When the operator of a vehicle parks in an off-street parking meter space on a publicly owned off-street parking facility. 2/25/79. 181. it will indicate by a visible display that the lawful parking time has expired. or to place any foreign matter or substance in said off-street parking meter or any part thereof. 2/10/79. Eff.

SEC.833. Oper. 88.681. leased or controlled off street parking facilities for the exclusive use of those physically handicapped persons whose vehicles display the distinguishing license plates or placards issued to disabled persons pursuant to Section 22511.092. Eff.50B. No. No.) (a) It shall be unlawful for any person to park. DESIGNATION OF PARKING SPACES FOR THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED PERSONS. 151. (c) The provisions of this section shall not apply to any vehicle described in Section 80. 5/4/72. permit or suffer to be parked. No.5 of the Vehicle Code.65.05. allow.) (b) (Amended by Ord.64. SEC. 88.63.57.” When such a sign is posted. 2. No. permit or suffer any vehicle to remain in any offstreet parking meter space for more than the time indicated by posted signs or indicated on an applicable offstreet parking meter indicating the maximum parking time allowed in such off-street parking meter space. 2/25/79. (Amended by Ord. or during any time the applicable off-street parking meter is indicating that the time has elapsed for which lawful payment has been made for said off-street parking meter space. provided. The complete address of the place where the vehicle may be reclaimed.) It shall be unlawful for any person to make or cause to be made a payment in an off-street parking meter for the purpose of increasing or extending the parking time of any vehicle beyond the legal parking time which has been established by the Board of Transportation Commissioners for the off-street parking meter space. . 2/10/79. FAILURE TO PAY FOR AN OFF-STREET PARKING METER SPACE. Such designation shall be made whenever the Department of Transportation determines that access to property would be improved for physically handicapped persons and shall be accomplished by posting immediately adjacent to and visible from each stall or space a sign consisting of a profile view of a wheelchair with occupant in white on a blue background. 9/10/76. allow. Towed vehicles may be reclaimed at -----. 2/10/79. allow. 9/7/08. Oper. or to cause.or by telephoning ------. (Title and Section Amended by Ord. 143. The applicable telephone number of the local law enforcement agency.092. Eff. 88. the Department of Transportation shall cause the blank spaces to be completed and maintained to set forth the following: 1. 2/25/79.(Title and Section Amended by Ord.158. a vehicle in any off-street parking meter space without immediately making or causing to be made a lawful payment at an applicable parking meter as provided in Section 88. Eff.50B. (Amended by Ord. No.833. or cause.) There shall also be posted immediately adjacent to and visible from such stall or space a sign which clearly and conspicuously states the following: “Unauthorized vehicles not displaying distinguishing license plates or placards issued to physically handicapped persons or disabled veterans will be towed away at owner’s expense.) (a) It shall be unlawful for any person to park. allow. permit or suffer any vehicle to remain in or upon any publicly owned off-street parking facility for more than the time indicated by the signs erected pursuant to Section 88.) (a) The Department of Transportation is hereby authorized to designate stalls or spaces in publicly owned. that the provisions of this Section shall not apply to any vehicle described in Section 80. Eff. 151. Eff. FAILURE TO OBEY OFF-STREET PARKING SIGNS. however. 148. a vehicle in any publicly owned off-street parking facility in violation of signs erected pursuant to Section 88. 180.05. or to disabled veterans as specified in Section 9105 of the Vehicle Code. (b) It shall be unlawful for any person to cause. 180. (Added by Ord. Eff. 9/7/08. (b) It shall be unlawful for any person to cause. No. permit or suffer to be parked. SEC.

V Sec.11 89.21 89.03 89. Turning in Intersection.1. Presumption of Validity of Signs. Reckless Driving. Div.07 89.20 89.05 89. Driving in Parking Areas.02 89. No.927. Eff.39. Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquor or Any Drug. Added by Ord.14 89. Sec. Citations and Arrests.39 . 89.31 89.08 89.18 89.15 89. 3/28/64. 89.89.00 89.32 Definitions.38.26 89. Maximum Speed Law.27 89.29 89. No. Sec 89.DIVISION “V” TRAFFIC REGULATIONS WITHIN THE LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AND VAN NUYS AIRPORTS (Div.16 89.06 89. 127. Entrance and Exits. Driving Over Double Line. V. U-turns.09 89. Stopping at Stop Signs.) Section 89.22 89. Basic Speed Law. Added by Ord. Duration of Signal.00 .25 89.04 89. Signal When Stopping. . Driver’s License.00 .48 and 89. Signals and Markings.01 89. 2/12/50. Amended. Hand Signals. Obedience to Officers.38.10 89.959. Authorized Emergency Vehicles. Powers of Manager. Method of Signal.17 89. Removal of Debris From Accident. Manner of Direction of Traffic. Eff. Application to Public Employees.24 89. Devices.89.30 89.28 89. 95.89. Laned Roadway.19 89.23 89.13 89. Right of Way at Crosswalks. Driving Under Influence of Non-narcotic Drug. Opening and Closing Doors.12 89. Starting Parked Vehicles or Backing. Use of Service Roadways. One-way Traffic. Right of Roadway. Turning Movements and Required Signals.

or Don’t Walk. Emergency Suspension of Parking.36 89. Parking Meter Rates.35.6 89. The following words and phrases whenever used in this division shall be construed as defined in this section unless from the context a different meaning is intended. Driving in Parking Area.49 89. Parking at White Curb. except the prolongation of such lines from an alley across a street.34 89.44 89. SEC. Stopping at Red Curb.40 89. Pedestrians Outside Crosswalks. Parking at Green Curb.37 89. Walk.35.35 89.5 89.46 89. Operations of Parking Meters.33 89. Wait. Parking in Parking Area.43 89.00.1 89.39.39 89.3 89. and except where signs have been placed indicating no crossing and.38 89. Curb Parking.48 89.2 89.1 89. Powers of Manager re Parking. Impounding of Vehicles. “Board” shall mean the Board of Airport Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles. Parking Restricted to Hotel – Motel Operated Vehicles.45 89.50 Vehicle Stopped for Pedestrians.42 89.4 89.35. (b) any portion of a roadway distinctly indicated for pedestrian crossing by lines or other markings on the surface thereof. or unless a different meaning is specifically defined and more particularly directed to the use of such words or phrases: “Airport” shall mean the Los Angeles International Airport and the Van Nuys Airport. Failure to Pay for a Parking Meter Space. Parking Restricted to for Hire Vehicles.41 89.39.2 89.35. “Bus” shall mean any motor vehicle other than a motor truck or truck tractor. Parking in Crosswalk.89. “Crosswalk” shall mean: (a) that portion of a roadway included within the prolongation or connection of the boundary lines of sidewalks at intersections where the intersecting roadways meet at approximately right angles. Parking Meter Spaces to Be Indicated and Maintained.47 89. Improper Use or Misuse of Parking Meters. DEFINITIONS. Parking of for Hire Vehicles. . Parking at Yellow Curb. Parking Meters – Payment. Parking Prohibited or Limited. Pedestrians Use Sidewalks. designed for carrying more than nine persons including the driver and used or maintained for the transportation of passengers.35.35. 89. Official Traffic Signals.

public roadways or private roadways. or that the movement of traffic will be expedited thereby.01. partnership. make markings and erect or place official traffic control devices and official traffic signals giving notice . lessee. upon or by which any person or property is or may be propelled. and may erect signs. or mechanically operated. business trust organization or the manager. joint stock company. electrically. association. The Manager may. Whenever any words or phrases used in this division are not defined herein but are now defined in the Vehicle Code of this State.) “Service roadway” shall mean a roadway set aside for the use of vehicles furnishing supplies and the like for the use of the Department of Airports or any lessee occupying any portion of an Airport. by which traffic is alternately directed to stop and to proceed. “Special Officers” shall mean any person employed by the Department of Airports having a civil service classification of “Special Officer. marking and devices not inconsistent with this division. servant. SEC. Roadways as service roadways. (f) The direction and manner in which vehicles shall proceed. Eff. and which is erected by authority of the Manager. “Person” shall mean a natural person. “Security Officer” shall mean any person employed by the Department of Airports having a civil service classification of “Security Officer. such definitions are incorporated herein and shall be deemed to apply to such words and phrases used in this division as though set forth herein in full. joint venture. “Guard” shall mean any person employed by the Department of Airports having a civil service classification of “Guard”. Points where vehicles must come to a stop before proceeding. when he shall determine that public safety or convenience requires the same. No. Places where roadways shall be divided into lanes. club. Places for crosswalks. agent. “Public roadway” shall mean a roadway open to the public. “Motor Vehicle” shall means a vehicle which is self-propelled.” (Added by Ord. POWERS OF MANAGER. signals. “Roadway” shall mean those ways within an Airport set aside for the movement of vehicular traffic. “Private roadway” shall mean a roadway not open to the public.“For Hire Vehicle” shall mean a vehicle used for the transportation of persons and baggage for hire. “Sidewalk” shall mean that portion of a roadway set apart for pedestrian movement. moved or drawn upon a highway or roadway excepting a device moved by human power. designate: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Roadways as entrances to or exits from an Airport. “Private parking area” shall mean any portion of an Airport other than a “public parking area” which is set aside for the parking of vehicles. “Official traffic control devices” shall mean all signs. placed or created by authority of the Manager. “Public parking area” shall mean any portion of an Airport which is set aside for the parking of private vehicles for compensation. corporation. whether manually. “Manager” shall mean the General Manager of the Department of Airports of the City of Los Angeles. 163.” “Vehicle” shall mean a device in. 89. other than a bus. 9/1/88.941. company. officer or employee of any of them. “Official traffic signals” shall mean any device.

SEC. 89. or out of.08.07. No person under the influence of any drug. except as to those roadways which are used as both entrances and exits. USE OF SERVICE ROADWAYS. DRIVING OVER DOUBLE LINE. 89. then before entering the intersection. 89. The driver of any vehicle approaching any intersection sign posted with a stop sign shall stop at a limit line. DRIVING UNDER INFLUENCE OF NON-NARCOTIC DRUG. No person shall drive a motor vehicle upon any roadway or in any parking area unless he then holds a valid driver’s licence issued under the provisions of the Vehicle Code of the State of California. SEC. No person shall use any service roadway for any purpose other than that for which it is designated. 89. U-TURNS.05. RECKLESS DRIVING. 89. if marked otherwise before entering the cross. SEC. SEC. SEC. 89. the traffic on and the surface and width of the highway and in no event at a speed which endangers the safety of persons and property. No person who is under the influence of intoxicating liquor or under the combined influence of intoxicating liquor or any drug shall drive a vehicle upon any roadway or in any parking area. which sighs.11.06. No person shall drive a vehicle upon an Airport at a speed greater than is reasonable or prudent.thereof. MAXIMUM SPEED LAW. No person shall drive any vehicle upon any driveway or in any parking area in willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property. BASIC SPEED LAW.09. 89.10. Persons entering an Airport by vehicle shall enter by means of those roadways which are designed as entrances to the Airport and shall leave by way of those roadways which are designated as exits. All drivers of vehicles entering upon any public parking area shall follow and comply with any directional markers or signs therein.03.14.12. except such persons as are expressly exempted by said Code. no person shall turn any vehicle on any public roadway so as to proceed in the opposite direction. ENTRANCE AND EXITS. having due regard for weather. SEC. STOPPING AT STOP SIGNS. a driveway. SEC.04. to a degree which renders him incapable of safely driving a vehicle shall drive a vehicle upon any roadway or in any parking area. SEC. 89. DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF INTOXICATING LIQUOR OR ANY DRUG.02. No person shall drive a vehicle upon an Airport at a speed greater than the posted limit. 89. and signals shall conform to the provisions of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices. other than a narcotic or amphetamine or any derivative thereof. . DRIVER’S LICENSE. markings. SEC. SEC. 89.13. SEC. When any roadway is divided into lines by a painted double parallel solid line no person driving a vehicle shall drive to the left thereof except when turning to the left across any such marking at any intersection or into. if none. When appropriate signs are erected. 89. devices.walk on the near side of the intersection or. SEC. 89. as provided in this division. SEC. visibility. DRIVING IN PARKING AREAS. REMOVAL OF DEBRIS FROM ACCIDENT. 89.

No. Upon all roadways a vehicle shall be driven upon the right half of the roadway. SEC. Police officers. as defined in the Vehicle Code of the State of California. PRESUMPTION OF VALIDITY OF SIGNS. as appropriate. Eff. hand or signal in conformance with traffic laws provided that.16. 7/1/93. before removing the vehicle. SEC. (Amended by Ord. thoroughfare or area under the jurisdiction and control of the Board of Airport Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles and to perform such other related duties as may be required by the Chief of Police or the General Manager.The driver of any vehicle which is involved in any collision shall remove or cause to be removed all glass and other debris which may have fallen upon any roadway as a result of such collision from such roadway before leaving the place of the collision and every person hired or employed to move or remove any such vehicle shall remove all glass and other debris which may have fallen upon the roadway as a result of the collision in which the vehicle was involved. in the event of a fire or other emergency. (b) When placing a vehicle in a lawful position for. signals or markings are placed in position such signs. or any county or city.00 of this chapter is hereby authorized to issue parking notices as provided by Division 17.00 of this chapter or any Special Officer or Security Officer as defined in Section 89. (c) When the right half of the roadway is closed to traffic. . signals and markings shall be presumed to have been so placed by authority of the Manager unless the contrary shall be established by competent evidence. they may direct traffic as conditions may require notwithstanding the provisions of this division. DEVICES. and when the vehicle is lawfully making a left turn. devices. special officer or guard. 89. Department of Transportation. roadway. (a) Any Parking Control Checker or Traffic Officer as defined in Section 80. 168. SIGNALS AND MARKINGS.18. SEC. SEC. Oper. 89.) (b) Any police officer is authorized and empowered to issue citations to any person violating any of the provisions of this division on the same forms used for violation of traffic laws or ordinances by the Police Department of the City and in accordance with the provisions of Sections 40500. except as follows: (a) When overtaking and passing another vehicle proceeding in the same direction under the rules covering such movement. AUTHORIZED EMERGENCY VEHICLES.19. Upon the immediate approach of an authorized emergency vehicle. No person shall willfully fail or refuse to comply with any lawful order.783. this state. Whenever traffic signs or traffic control devices.15.20. 40501 and 40502 of the Vehicle Code. RIGHT OF ROADWAY. 7/12/93. direction or signal of a police officer. MANNER OF DIRECTION OF TRAFFIC. 89. or to place such person under arrest in cases where arrest is authorized for similar offenses under the provisions of said Vehicle Code. OBEDIENCE TO OFFICERS. guards and special officers are authorized to direct all traffic by voice. 89. SEC. the driver of every other vehicle on any roadway shall yield the right of way and shall immediately drive to a position parallel to and as close as possible to the right hand edge or curb of the roadway clear of any intersection and shall thereupon stop and remain in such position until such authorized emergency vehicle has passed. CITATIONS AND ARRESTS. 89. 89.17. SEC. except when otherwise directed by a police officer. guard or special officer. 89. SEC.21. APPLICATION TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. The provisions of this division shall apply to the driver of any vehicle owned by or used in the service of the United States Government. sounding a siren and having at least one lighted lamp exhibiting red light visible under normal atmospheric conditions from a distance of 500 feet to the front of such vehicle. Article 3 of the Vehicle Code whenever and wherever necessary on any airport department street.

(d) (e) Upon a roadway designated. DURATION OF SIGNAL.22. 89. SEC. SEC. 89. TURNING MOVEMENTS AND REQUIRED SIGNALS. Right turn – hand and arm extended upward beyond the side of the vehicle. SEC. METHOD OF SIGNAL.23. 89.30. The signals required by this division shall be given either by means of the hand and arm or by a signal lamp or mechanical signal device. SEC. SEC. and signals shall be give by. ONE-WAY TRAFFIC. SEC. 89.28. When the roadway is not of sufficient width. 89. and sign posted for one-way traffic.24. 89. No person shall turn a vehicle from a direct crossing or move right or left upon a roadway until such movement can be made with reasonable safety and then only after the giving of an appropriate signal in a manner provided in this division in the event any other vehicle may be affected by the movement. No person shall start a vehicle stopped. No person shall operate or move a vehicle upon any roadway designated and sign posted for one-way traffic in a direction opposite to that indicated by the designation or sign post.27. or under any condition when a hand and arm signal would not be visible both to the front and rear of the vehicle or vehicles. SEC. then the vehicle or vehicles shall be equipped with. Both the approach for a right turn and a right turn shall be made as close as practicable to the right-hand curb or edge of the roadway. . No person shall stop or suddenly decrease the speed of a vehicle on a roadway without first giving an appropriate signal in the manner provided in this division to the driver of any vehicle immediately to the rear when there is an opportunity to give the signal. (c) Stop or sudden decrease of speed signal – hand and arm extended downward beyond the side of the vehicle. (b) Left turns. but when the body or load on any vehicle or combination of vehicles projects 24 inches or more to the left of the center of the steering wheel. 89. The driver of a vehicle intending to turn left at any intersection shall approach the intersection in the extreme left lane lawfully available to traffic moving in the direction of the driver of such vehicle and after entering the intersection the left turn shall be made so as to leave the intersection in a lane lawfully available to traffic moving in such direction upon the roadway being entered. LANED ROADWAY. All required signals given by hand and arm shall be given from the left side of a vehicle in the following manner: (a) (b) Left turn – hand and arm extended horizontally beyond the side of the vehicle. nor shall any person back a vehicle on a roadway until such movement can be made with reasonable safety. 89. HAND SIGNALS. a signal lamp or device. STARTING PARKED VEHICLES OR BACKING. The driver of a vehicle intending to turn at an intersection shall do so as follows: (a) Right turns. SIGNAL WHEN STOPPING.25. 89. Whenever any roadway has been divided into two or more clearly marked lanes for traffic. TURNING IN INTERSECTION. Any signal of intended turn right or left shall be given continuously during the last 100 feet traveled by the vehicle before turning. a vehicle shall be driven as near as practicable entirely within a single lane and shall not be moved from the lane until the driver has first ascertained that such movement can be made with reasonable safety. SEC.29. SEC.26. standing or parked on a roadway.

SEC. whichever is sooner. No. Eff. upon payment for a parking meter space.34. (Title and Section Amended by Ord.35. 151. and upon the entry of the parking meter space number. PARKING METER RATES. 89. Eff.2. (a) No person shall enter any public parking area except at the places marked “ entrance” nor leave such area except at the places marked “exit. Every parking meter shall be so arranged that upon the expiration of the parking time for which said payment has been made.092.) SEC.110. OPENING AND CLOSING DOORS. No. POWERS OF MANAGER RE PARKING. Eff. 89. 9/7/08. SEC. The Manager may. OPERATIONS OF PARKING METERS. No. a vehicle into. RIGHT OF WAY AT CROSSWALKS. 7/30/78. 89.32. (c) The location and number of parking meters. 180. designate: (a) Places where vehicles may or may not be parked. upon the entry of the parking meter space number. SEC.092. When any vehicle has stopped at a marked crosswalk or at any unmarked crosswalk at the intersection to permit a pedestrian to cross the roadway the driver of any other vehicle approaching from the rear shall not overtake and pass the stopped vehicle. (b) The period of time for which vehicles may be parked at any place. DRIVING IN PARKING AREA.1. It shall be unlawful when such lines or markings are in place for any person to park. 151.31. SEC.35.) The hourly rates and payment schedule for each parking meter space shall be determined from time to time by the Board. 89. The driver of a vehicle shall yield the right of way to a pedestrian crossing the roadway within any marked crosswalk or within any unmarked crosswalk or any intersection. the period of time for which said payment has been made. when he shall determine that the movement of traffic will be expedited thereby. if applicable. SEC. Eff.3. SEC. PARKING METER SPACES TO BE INDICATED AND MAINTAINED. VEHICLE STOPPED FOR PEDESTRIANS. No person shall open the door of a vehicle on the side available to moving traffic unless it is reasonably safe to do so and can be done without interfering with the movement of such traffic. and said parking meter shall continue to display. (Added by Ord. out of or within a public parking area shall follow the instructions of any parking area attendant therein. it will indicate . replaced and maintained adjacent to each parking meter for the purposes of designating the parking meter space or spaces for which said meter is to be used. 89.) Every parking meter shall be set to display.33. 180.” (b) All persons entering and driving. stop or stand any vehicle other than completely within the confines or limits of such parking meter space. 7/30/78. nor shall any person leave the door open on the side of the vehicle available to moving traffic for a period of time longer than necessary to load or unload passengers. 89.) The Manager shall cause distinct lines or markings to be painted or placed. No. the remaining paid time for said parking meter space from the time of payment until the expiration of the paid time or until a vehicle vacates said parking meter space. and may make appropriate markings giving notice thereof. 9/7/08. 89. SEC. which markings shall conform to the provisions of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices. 89.110. (Added by Ord.35. (Amended by Ord.35. if applicable.

9/7/08.35. SEC. No person shall stop. SEC.M. SEC.) It shall be unlawful to deposit or cause to be deposited in any parking meter any defaced or bent coin. as indicated by appropriate signs on the parking meter itself. PARKING METERS – PAYMENT. Eff. SEC. 89.092. STOPPING AT RED CURB. (Title and Section Amended by Ord.6. or to place any foreign matter or substance in said parking meter or any part thereof. Eff. 9/7/08. location or zone of the street upon which said parking meter is installed. PARKING AT GREEN CURB. and in no event for a longer period than 3 minutes.38. and in no case in excess of 15 minutes. or to cause. SEC. (Title and Section Amended by Ord. 127. permit or suffer any vehicle to remain in any parking meter space for more than the time indicated by posted signs or on an applicable parking meter indicating the maximum parking time allowed in such parking meter space. and 6:00 P. IMPROPER USE OR MISUSE OF PARKING METERS. (Added by Ord. but not to exceed 20 minutes. No person shall park any vehicle adjacent to any curb marked in green for any period in excess of the time indicated.) (a) It shall be unlawful for any person to park. injure. 9/7/08. PARKING AT WHITE CURB. 180. a vehicle in any parking meter space without immediately making or causing to be made a lawful payment at an applicable parking meter as provided in Section 89. PARKING AT YELLOW CURB.35. Passenger vehicles may stop or stand for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers and their personal baggage and then only for the time necessary therefor. tamper with. at the rates established by the Board and in accordance with the payment scheduled adopted by the Board for said parking meter space. SEC. This section . FAILURE TO PAY FOR A PARKING METER SPACE.37. or for any person to deface. permit or suffer to be parked. SEC. allow. 180. in an applicable parking meter in the vicinity after entering the assigned parking meter space number. 89. Every parking meter shall indicate the legal parking time which has been or may be established for that area.4. the operator shall immediately make or cause to be made a lawful payment in the parking meter adjacent thereto. No. or during any time the applicable parking meter is indicating that the time has elapsed for which lawful payment has been made for said parking meter space. open or willfully break.959. No.35. No. metallic or other substitute for any money of the United States of America. or any slug. (b) It shall be unlawful for any person to cause.092. 89. No.35.5. 89. (Title and Section Amended by Ord. (c) It shall be unlawful for any person to make or cause to be made a payment in a parking meter for the purpose of increasing or extending the parking time of any such vehicle beyond the legal parking time which has been established by the General Manager for the parking meter space. but in no event for more than three minutes. 89.) When the operator of a vehicle parks such vehicle in a parking meter space. allow. Eff. device.092. 89.4. stand or park a vehicle between the hours of 7:00 o’clock A.by a visible display that the lawful parking time has expired. or if none. 8/28/64. destroy or impair the usefulness of any parking meters.) No person shall park any vehicle other than a private passenger automobile adjacent to any white curb and shall not park such vehicle for any greater period of time than is actually necessary for the loading or unloading of passengers or personal baggage.M. on any day except Sunday in a commercial loading zone indicated by yellow curb except that commercial vehicles may stop or stand for the purpose of loading or unloading freight for the time necessary therefor. No person shall stop any vehicle at any time adjacent to a curb marked in red. 89.39. 180. Eff.36.

) The Manager is authorized to remove any vehicle parked on any roadway in any Airport in violation of this division and to impound the same in any public parking area.42. (Added by Ord. stand or park any vehicle. (c) Parking Time Limits. 89. No owner or operator of any such vehicle shall thereafter remove such vehicle without first paying the impound charge and regular parking charge therefor.40. SEC. in any place designated and posted for the parking of hotel-motel operated vehicles. 89. SEC. Whenever authorized signs are in place giving notice thereof.1.959. it shall be unlawful for any person to stop or stand or park any vehicle for a period of time in excess of the parking time limit indicated by such sign. Such signs shall bear the word “Temporary” in addition to the other matter appearing thereon. 89. Whenever authorized signs are in place giving notice that parking is prohibited at any time or during certain hours.44.39. IMPOUNDING OF VEHICLES. (Added by Ord. Whenever authorized signs are in place giving notice that stopping or standing are prohibited during such hours or on such days as are indicated on such signs. No. 8/28/64. 89. 8/28/64.shall not apply to busses. 89. (b) Parking Prohibited. CURB PARKING. SEC. 8/28/64. SEC. 9/22/66. (c) No person shall remove a vehicle from any public parking area without first paying all fees or charges due for the use of such parking space. (Added by Ord. 8/28/64. 127.) No person shall stop any vehicle in a crosswalk. No. 127. SEC. 8/28/64.959. No. PARKING IN PARKING AREA. Eff. (Added by Ord. No.865. PARKING IN CROSSWALK. to prohibit parking or movement of vehicles on any part of an Airport until such congestion or hazard is eliminated. Eff. Eff. 132. No. 89. No. (Added by Ord. Eff. 127. it shall be unlawful for any person to park any vehicle during such prohibited times.41. 127. (b) The Manager is further authorized to post signs giving notice of such suspension of parking. Eff. SEC. (b) No person shall park a vehicle as to use or occupy more than one such marked parking space.) (a) The Manager is authorized.43. (Added by Ord. or function. Eff. SEC. 127. it shall be unlawful for any person to stop or stand or park any vehicle at any time during such hours of such days. celebration. 127.) No person shall stop. 8/28/64. PARKING PROHIBITED OR LIMITED. EMERGENCY SUSPENSION OF PARKING. No. . PARKING RESTRICTED TO HOTEL – MOTEL OPERATED VEHICLES.959. Eff.) Every vehicle stopped or parked upon a roadway where there are adjacent curbs shall be stopped or parked with the right wheels parallel with and within 18 inches of the right hand curb.959.959. other than a hotel-motel vehicle operating under permit issued by the Board for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers and/or personal luggage.39.) (a) Stopping or Standing Prohibited .) (a) No person shall park any vehicle in any public parking area except between the painted lines indicating where such vehicles shall be parked. when he shall determine that traffic congestion or hazard is likely to result from the holding of any assemblage. 89.959. (Added by Ord.2.

and the terms and lights shall indicate and apply to drivers of vehicles and pedestrians as hereinafter provided. Red alone or “stop” on an official traffic control signal means: (1) Vehicular traffic facing the signal shall stop at a limit line. No. SEC. 127.959. No pedestrian shall enter the roadway or cross any part of a roadway or proceed from or to a safety zone against a yellow or caution signal. (a) Green or Go. 89.45. PEDESTRIANS OUTSIDE CROSSWALKS. if marked. Eff. Yellow or “caution” on an official traffic control signal when shown following the green or “go” signals means that: Vehicular traffic facing the signal is thereby warned that the red or stop signal will be exhibited immediately thereafter and vehicular traffic will be required to stop when the red or stop signal is exhibited. one at a time. 89. Green alone or “go” on an official traffic control signal means that: Vehicular traffic facing the signal shall proceed straight through or may turn right or left. Pedestrians facing the signal may proceed across the roadway within any marked or unmarked crosswalk. (Added by Ord. if none. SEC. Eff. 8/28/64.) No person shall park any for hire vehicle in any place other than a place provided therefor and appropriately marked as such. No. PARKING OF FOR HIRE VEHICLES. only the colors designated in this section shall be used. 127. No. SEC.959.) Whenever traffic is controlled by official traffic signals exhibiting the words “ go.) (a) Every pedestrian upon a roadway at any point other than within a marked crosswalk or within an unmarked crosswalk at an intersection shall yield the right-of-way to all vehicles upon the roadway. Traffic may make a semicircular or U-turn only where such turn is permitted by signs erected at such location.” or exhibiting different colored lights successively. PARKING RESTRICTED TO FOR HIRE VEHICLES.959. including vehicles turning right or left. then before entering the intersection and shall remain standing until green or “ go” is shown alone. (c) Red or Stop. otherwise before entering the crosswalk on the near side of the intersection or.” “caution. (Added by Ord. 8/28/64. But vehicular traffic. 127.46. (Added by Ord.47. 89. 135.959. but shall yield the right-of-way to all vehicles which were lawfully within the intersection at the time such signal was first exhibited. 8/28/64.48. No. shall yield the right-of-way to other vehicles and pedestrians which were lawfully within the intersection or an adjacent crosswalk at the time such signal was first exhibited. 127.49. SEC. except .) No person shall walk within any roadway which is bounded by or adjacent to a sidewalk. or with arrows. (b) The provisions of this section shall not relieve the driver of a vehicle from the duty to exercise due care for the safety of any pedestrian upon a roadway. PEDESTRIANS USE SIDEWALKS.(c) No person shall drive or park any vehicle contrary to the instruction of any sign posted pursuant to the terms of this section SEC. 89.476.) No person shall park any vehicle other than a for hire vehicle in any place set aside for the parking of for hire vehicles. Eff 12/10/67. (Added by Ord. Eff. No. 89. (Added by Ord.” or “stop. OFFICIAL TRAFFIC SIGNALS. (b) Yellow or Caution. Eff. 8/28/64.

Ord. A pedestrian facing the signal may proceed across the roadway in the direction of the signal or in a diagonal direction across the roadway within the intersection if so instructed by signs or signals installed at or near the intersection. but shall yield the right-of-way to pedestrians and other traffic proceeding as directed by the signal at said intersection except that the Council may by ordinance prohibit any such left turn as above described. which ordinance shall be effective when a sign is erected at such intersection giving notice thereof. SEC. Eff. 89.476. 12/10/67. but any pedestrian who has partially completed his crossing on the walk signal shall proceed to a sidewalk safety zone or island while the “wait” or “don’t walk” signal is showing. (4) No pedestrian shall enter any roadway or cross any part of the roadway or proceed from or to a safety zone against a red or “stop” signal. The following fines and late payment penalties are hereby established: LOS ANGELES MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION DESCRIPTION 80. a schedule of civil parking penalties is hereby established for the violation of any regulation governing the standing or parking of a vehicle under the California Vehicle Code or other State law.60 Authority. by.) “W” Pursuant to the authority of State law.25(b) 80. (2) The driver of a vehicle which is stopped as close as practicable at the entrance to the crosswalk on the near side of the intersection in obedience to a red or “ stop” signal. 135. DIVISION ESTABLISHMENT OF CIVIL PARKING PENALTIES (Added by Ord. No. No pedestrian shall start to cross the roadway in the direction of such signal. may make a right turn but shall yield the right-of way to pedestrians and other traffic proceeding as directed by the signal at said intersection. Oper 7/1/93.51(a) PARKING NEAR EMERGENCY VEHICLE FINE $63 WITH LATE PENALTY $126 $126 $116 WITH SECOND PENALTY $151 $151 $141 WRONG SIDE/NOT PARALLEL . Eff. 7/12/93. Eff. WALK.60. OR DON’T WALK. (3) The driver of a vehicle on a one-way street which intersects another one-way street on which traffic moves to the left shall stop in obedience to a red or “ stop” signal but may then make a left turn into said one-way street. 8/11/12. SEC. No.OVER 18" $63 FROM CURB PARKING ON LEFT SIDE OF ROADWAY $58 . (Amended. which ordinance shall be effective when a sign is erected at such intersection giving notice thereof. any Federal law. 168. 89. and provisions of the Los Angeles Municipal Code or of the Los Angeles Administrative Code. (b) WAIT OR DON’T WALK.) Whenever an official traffic control signal exhibiting the words “ walk” or “wait” or “don’t walk” are in place. except that the Council may by ordinance prohibit any such right turn against a red or “stop” signal at any intersection. 182. (Amended by Ord.) Section 89.as provided in the next succeeding paragraphs.782. No. WAIT. the signals shall indicate as follows: (a) WALK. AUTHORITY.183.50.49 80.

1(d) 80. 80.1 80.56(e)3.56(e)1.55(a)1. 80.69.69.2 COMMERCIAL VEHICLE AND TRAILERS PARKED IN RESIDENTIAL AREA FOR FIRST VIOLATION $78 $266 $291 $156 $206 $266 $181 $231 $291 FOR SECOND VIOLATION WITHIN TWELVE $103 MONTHS OF FIRST VIOLATION FOR THIRD AND SUBSEQUENT $133 VIOLATIONS WITHIN TWELVE MONTHS OF .1(c) PARKING WITHIN A PARKWAY OVERNIGHT PARKING WITHOUT PERMIT HAZARDOUS AREA $63 $68 $58 $126 $136 $116 $116 $116 $116 $116 $116 $186 $136 $326 $136 $136 $186 $146 $116 $116 $156 $151 $161 $141 $141 $141 $141 $141 $141 $211 $161 $351 $161 $161 $211 $171 $141 $141 $181 30 FEET OF INTERSECTION .1(a) 80.54(h)1.56(e)2.53 80.STANDING IN RESTRICTED ZONES STOPPING OR STANDING PROHIBITED PARKING PROHIBITED/STREET CLEANING PARKING TIME LIMITS $58 $58 $58 $58 $93 $68 $163 $68 $68 $93 $73 $58 PARKING OF VEHICLES MORE THAN SIX $58 FEET HIGH PARKING TRAILER .69(c) 80.69(b) 80. 80.58.80.69(a) 80.69. 80.56(e)4.55(a)2. 80.BUSINESS $58 DISTRICT 25 FEET CROSSWALK PASSENGER ZONE (WHITE) LOADING ZONE (YELLOW) SHORT TIME LIMIT ZONE (GREEN) NO STOPPING ZONE (RED) PREFERENTIAL PARKING CARSHARE PARKING ALLEY .58(l) 80. 80. 80.61 80.VEHICLE CAPABLE OF $78 TOWING UNHITCHED TRAILER: FOR FIRST VIOLATION $78 $156 $206 $181 $231 FOR SECOND VIOLATION WITHIN TWELVE $103 MONTHS OF FIRST VIOLATION FOR THIRD AND SUBSEQUENT VIOLATIONS WITHIN TWELVE MONTHS OF $133 FIRST VIOLATION 80.69(d) 80.55(a)3. 80.66.

F.73.69.72.4 80.73(b)2.1 80.5 80.71.4 PARKING OF OVERSIZE VEHICLES FOR FIRST VIOLATION $73 $146 $196 $171 $221 FOR SECOND VIOLATION WITHIN TWELVE $98 MONTHS OF FIRST VIOLATION FOR THIRD AND SUBSEQUENT VIOLATIONS WITHIN TWELVE MONTHS OF $128 FIRST VIOLATION 80.73(f) 80.70 80. LIMITATIONS (5) 80.71.73(a) PARKING ON PROPERTY PRIVATE DRIVEWAY OR $68 $68 $93 $68 DISTANCE $68 $286 $311 $136 $136 $186 $136 $136 $161 $161 $211 $161 $161 PARKING ON RED FLAG DAY PARKING ON PRIVATE STREET PEDDLING VEHICLES 80.3 PARKING IN ANTI-GRIDLOCK ZONE PARKING IN FRONT YARD FOR FIRST VIOLATION $68 $163 $256 $326 $281 $351 $136 $186 $161 $211 FOR SECOND VIOLATION WITHIN ONE $93 YEAR OF FIRST VIOLATION FOR THIRD AND SUBSEQUENT VIOLATIONS WITHIN ONE YEAR OF FIRST $143 VIOLATION 80.2 “FOR HIRE” WITHOUT PERMIT $68 $346 $136 $136 $186 $136 $371 $161 $161 $211 $161 VIOLATING PROVISIONS OF PERMIT TO $68 PARK STORING VEHICLES IN STREET USE OF STREET FOR STORAGE $93 OF $68 .73(b)2. CATERING VIOLATION A.TIME LIMITS FOR FIRST VIOLATION $73 $146 $246 $171 $271 FOR SECOND VIOLATION WITHIN TWELVE $123 MONTHS OF FIRST VIOLATION FOR THIRD AND SUBSEQUENT VIOLATIONS WITHIN TWELVE MONTHS OF $173 FIRST VIOLATION 80.FIRST VIOLATION 80.72 80.73(d) 80. (3). (4).73. CATERING VIOLATION .

035 $141 $151 $151 $141 $141 $141 $151 $151 $53 $58 $53 $255 $106 $116 $106 $510 $131 $141 $131 $535 PARKING OUTSIDE SPACE INDICATED METER .63(b) 88.64(a) 88.38 89.010 $116 $126 $126 $116 $116 $116 $126 $126 $235 $535 $1.53 87.1 85.RED CURB PARKING AT GREEN CURB PARKING AT YELLOW CURB PARKING AT WHITE CURB $63 $93 $58 $58 $58 .74 80.64(b) AND SUBSEQUENT $105 $255 $505 $58 $63 $63 $210 $510 $1.13(b) 88.35.13(a) 88.39 DESCRIPTION FAILURE TO PAY METER FINE $63 WITH LATE PENALTY $126 $126 $126 $186 $116 $116 $116 WITH SECOND PENALTY $151 $151 $151 $211 $141 $141 $141 FAILURE TO REMOVE VEHICLE WHEN $63 METER EXPIRES OVERTIME USE OF METER SPACE NO STOPPING .75.03(a) 88.35.TIME LIMITS $63 LOS ANGELES MUNICIPAL CODE – AIRPORTS SECTION 89.VEHICLES 80.37 89.35.53 88.5(a) 89.01 87.5(b) 89.FAILURE TO PAY OVERTIME USE OF METER SPACE OFF-STREET PARKING OUTSIDE SPACE $58 INDICATED OFF-STREET METER .FAILURE TO PAY $58 OFF-STREET OVERTIME USE OF METER $58 SPACE FAILURE TO OBEY OFF-STREET PARKING $63 SIGNS OFF-STREET PARKING .5(c) 89.63(a) 88.36 89.55 CLEANING VEHICLE IN STREET AUDIBLE STATUS INDICATOR REPAIRING VEHICLE IN STREET MOBLIE BILLBOARD PARKING OF VEHICLES WITH FOR SALE SIGNS FOR FIRST VIOLATION FOR SECOND VIOLATION FOR THIRD VIOLATIONS 88.

44(c) 89.1(a) 89.09(c) 87.04(h) STOPPING OR STANDING PROHIBITED PARKING PROHIBITED PARKING TIME LIMITS $93 $68 $58 $186 $136 $116 $116 $116 $116 $126 $136 $116 $116 $116 $186 $186 $211 $161 $141 $141 $141 $141 $151 $161 $141 $141 $141 $211 $211 PARKING RESTRICTED TO HOTEL-MOTEL $58 VEHICLES PARKING OUTSIDE PAINTED LINES USING MORE THAN ONE SPACE $58 $58 PARALLEL PARKING .1(c) 89.04(c) 171.09(a) 87.03 87.39.39.89.06 87.04 87.39.09(d) 87.CERTAIN STREETS WITHIN 6 FEET OF RAILROAD TRACK NO PARKING OR STANDING .POSTED $93 AREAS EXCESS OF TIME LIMIT LOADING ZONES TEMPORARY NO PARKING $58 $58 $68 .40(a) 89.46 171.43 89.39.RIGHT WHEELS 18" $63 FROM CURB PARKING IN CROSSWALK $68 VIOLATION OF EMERGENCY RULES OR $58 SIGNS PARKING “FOR HIRE” VEHICLES $58 PARKING RESTRICTED TO “FOR HIRE” $58 VEHICLES RESTRICTED/PRIVATE PARKING AREA LOADING/UNLOADING ONLY $93 $93 LOS ANGELES MUNICIPAL CODE – HARBOR SECTION 87.09(b) 87.1(b) 89.05 87.45 89.09(e) DESCRIPTION NO PARKING NEAR FIRE HYDRANT PARALLEL PARKING REQUIRED PARKING STREETS PARKING STREETS TIME LIMITED SPECIFIED SPECIFIED FINE $68 $58 $58 $68 $68 $63 WITH LATE PENALTY $136 $116 $116 $136 $136 $126 $186 $116 $116 $136 WITH SECOND PENALTY $161 $141 $141 $161 $161 $151 $211 $141 $141 $161 PROHIBITED PARKING PROHIBITED .40(b) 89.02 87.42 89.2 89.

NO PARKING PARKING IN PROHIBITED AREA NO PARKING OTHER THAN POSTED AREA $68 $68 $58 CALIFORNIA VEHICLE CODE SECTION DESCRIPTION NO EVIDENCE REGISTRATION OF CURRENT FINE WITH LATE PENALTY $135 $66 $66 $66 $66 $66 $66 $66 $66 $126 $106 WITH SECOND PENALTY $145 $76 $76 $76 $76 $76 $76 $76 $76 $151 $131 4000(a)(1) 4152.8.09(k) 87.09(h) 87.2.44 k. 63.87.06 DESCRIPTION NO PARKING BETWEEN POSTED HOURS FINE $68 WITH LATE PENALTY $136 $116 $136 $136 $116 WITH SECOND PENALTY $161 $141 $161 $161 $141 NO PARKING EXCEPT WITHIN STALLS $58 PARKING SLOT SIGNS POSTED .7. 63.44 k. 86.03 86.5 4454(a) 4462(b) 5200 5201 5201(f) 5202 5204(a) 21113(a) 21210 $50 FAILURE TO APPLY FOR REGISTRATION $25 FOREIGN VEHICLE FAILURE TO MAINTAIN REGISTRATION $25 CARD WITH VEHICLE REGISTRATION PRESENTED FOR WRONG $25 VEHICLE LICENSE PLATE DISPLAY SPECIFIED PLATES IMPROPERLY POSITIONED ILLEGAL PLATE COVERS PERIOD OF DISPLAY OF PLATE SPECIFIED CURRENT TAB IMPROPERLY ATTACHED $25 $25 $25 $25 $25 UNLAWFUL DRIVING OR PARKING ON $63 PUBLIC GROUNDS BICYCLE PARKED IMPEDING $53 .11 PARKING IN MORE THAN ONE ALLOCATED $58 SPACE PARKING OTHER PAINTED LINES THAN BETWEEN $58 $93 $116 $116 $186 $141 $141 $211 RECREATION VEHICLE OVERNIGHT LOS ANGELES MUNICIPAL CODE – PARKS SECTION 63.44 k.

OBSTRUCT ACCESS DISABLED PARKING .56(b) 22513(b)(c) 22514 22515 22520.ON/OFF STREET DISABLED PARKING .8(c)2 22510 22511.BOUNDARIES DISABLED PARKING .PARKING ON FREEWAY $63 RESTRICTED FIRE HYDRANTS UNATTENDED VEHICLE $68 $63 VENDING ON FREEWAY RIGHT-OF-WAY $63 PROHIBITED .8(a) 22507.8(b) 22507.8(c)1 22507.PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC PROHIBITED 21211(b) 22500(a) 22500(b) 22500(c) 22500(d) 22500(e) 22500(f) 22500(g) 22500(h) 22500(i) 22500(j) 22500(k) 22500(l) 22500.5(a) BLOCKING A BIKE PATH OR BIKE LANE PARKING WITHIN INTERSECTION PARKING ON CROSSWALK PARKING/SAFETY ZONE AND CURB PARKING FIRE STATION ENTRANCE BLOCKING DRIVEWAY PARKING ON SIDEWALK PARKING ALONG EXCAVATION DOUBLE PARKING PARKING IN BUS ZONE PARKING IN TUNNEL PARKING ON BRIDGE BLOCKING DISABLED ACCESS RAMP STOPPING IN DESIGNATED FIRE LANE PARKING 18" FROM CURB CURB PARKING ONE-WAY ROADWAY UNINCORPORATED AREA STOPPING UNAUTHORIZED STOPPING HIGHWAY PROHIBITED ON STATE $93 $68 $68 $68 $68 $68 $68 $68 $68 $293 $68 $68 $363 $63 $63 $63 $63 $63 $363 $363 $363 $363 $63 $186 $136 $136 $136 $136 $136 $136 $136 $136 $381 $136 $136 $406 $126 $126 $126 $126 $126 $406 $406 $406 $406 $126 $406 $126 $136 $126 $126 $211 $161 $161 $161 $161 $161 $161 $161 $161 $406 $161 $161 $431 $151 $151 $151 $151 $151 $431 $431 $431 $431 $151 $431 $151 $161 $151 $151 *DISABLED PARKING .1 22502(a) 22502(e) 22504(a) 22505(b) 22507.CROSSHATCHED PARKING IN SNOW REMOVAL AREAS MISUSE OF DISABLED PERSON PARKING $363 PRIVILEGES TOW CARS .

22520.STREET AND ALLEY $63 PARKING VEHICULAR CROSSING .6(a) 22521 22522 22523(a)(b) 22526(a)(b) UNAUTHORIZED ACTIVITIES AT HIGHWAY $63 REST AREA/VISTA POINT PROHIBITED PARKING ON RAILROAD TRACKS PARKING NEAR SIDEWALK ACCESS RAMP VEHICLE ABANDONMENT PROHIBITED BLOCKING INTERSECTION (GRIDLOCK) PROHIBITED – A STOPPING VIOLATION ISSUED ON A NOTICE TO APPEAR: FOR FIRST VIOLATION $93 $63 $363 $143 $126 $126 $406 $286 $151 $151 $431 $311 $186 $286 $211 $311 FOR SECOND VIOLATION WITHIN ONE $143 YEAR OF FIRST VIOLATION FOR THIRD AND SUBSEQUENT VIOLATIONS WITHIN TWO YEARS OF $358 FIRST VIOLATION BLOCKING RAIL TRANSIT CROSSING DUE TO LOW UNDERCARRIAGE (GRIDLOCK) PROHIBITED – A STOPPING VIOLATION ON A NOTICE TO APPEAR: FOR FIRST VIOLATION $113 $396 $421 22526(c) $226 $306 $251 $331 FOR SECOND VIOLATION WITHIN ONE $153 YEAR OF FIRST VIOLATION FOR THIRD AND SUBSEQUENT VIOLATIONS WITHIN TWO YEARS OF $368 FIRST VIOLATION 22951 23333 25300(b)(c) (e) 31303(d) PARKING LOT .UNAUTHORIZED $63 STOPPING OR STANDING WARNING DEVICE VEHICLES SPECIFIED ON DISABLED $25 $416 $436 $126 $126 $66 $576 $151 $151 $76 $601 PARKING HAZARDOUS WASTE CARRIER $383 IN RESIDENTIAL AREA * Citation may be cancelled with proof of valid placard per CVC § 40226 and payment of a $25 administrative fee. CALIFORNIA CODE OF DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION SECTION DESCRIPTION REGULATION– TITLE WITH LATE PENALTY WITH SECOND PENALTY 14 FINE .

American Legal Publishing Corporation provides these documents for informational purposes only. please contact the Municipality directly or contact American Legal Publishing toll-free at 800-445-5588. The official printed copy of a Code of Ordinances should be consulted prior to any action being taken. The second late payment penalty will be applied only if payment is received more than 58 days from the date of issuance. Any surcharges or assessments. These documents should not be relied upon as the definitive authority for local legislation.800. The parking fines and late payment penalties listed here for a section shall apply to all unlisted subsections. including any penalties or other fees. © 2013 American Legal Publishing Corporation techsupport@amlegal. For purposes of this schedule. A parking fine shall be increased by the amount of the fee that is charged to the City upon assignment as a delinquent account for Special Collection processing and/or if the City assigns to an outside collection agency or independent third party collectors. the formatting and pagination of the posted documents varies from the formatting and pagination of the official copy. For further information regarding the official version of any of this Code of Ordinances or other documents posted on this site. A parking fee shall be increased by the current DMV charge when a hold vehicle registration renewal is placed with the Department of Motor Vehicles. Additionally. the second penalty is added to the "fine with second penalty" amount.com 1.445. Disclaimer: This Code of Ordinances and/or any other documents that appear on this site may not reflect the most current legislation adopted by the Municipality. A parking fine shall be increased by a late payment penalty if payment is received more than 14 days from the mailing date of a notice of delinquent parking violation. For the purposes of this schedule.5588. . state or local standing or parking regulation constituting a violation for which no provision is made in this schedule shall have a fine of $63 and with late penalty of $126 and a second late payment penalty of $151. mandated by State law for a violation and not included in the fine and late penalties shall be added to the fine for the violation.4326 VIOLATION OF POSTED ORDERS $68 $136 $161 Any federal. the penalties are added to the original fine and included under the “fine with late penalty” amounts listed above.