(Chapter added by Ordinance No. 181684, effective April 18, 2008.)
A. It is unlawful to paint, tape, or otherwise mark public property or place objects in the right-of-way for the purpose of reserving space for a parade event.
B. City of Portland may remove unauthorized materials left on public property or the right-of-way.
C. Camping overnight, to reserve a space in the public right-of-way along side the parade route, may be allowed as set forth in administrative rule. Overnight camping under this section is a limited exception to Portland City Code 14A.50.020 and 14A.50.030.
A. The Director of the Bureau of Development Services, or designee, upon determining that a violation of this code or administrative rule has occurred, may issue a notice of violation by direct delivery of said notice to the violator.
B. The violator shall, upon receipt of a notice of violation, correct the violation and pay to the City a civil penalty as set forth in Portland City Code 14A.55.030.
Violations of this Chapter may be punishable by fines as follows:
A. A $100 fine for the first violation;
B. A $500 fine for each subsequent violation.
A person, who is issued a notice of violation, may challenge the findings in the notice by requesting an administrative review from the Bureau of Development Services.
A determination issued pursuant to Portland City Code 14A.55.040 may be appealed to the Code Hearings Officer, as provided for in Chapter 22.10 of Portland City Code.
All appeals from the Code Hearings Officer's determination pursuant to Portland City Code 14A.55.050 shall be by writ of review as authorized by Portland City Code 22.04.010 and ORS 34.010 - 34.100.
The Bureau of Development Services is authorized to promulgate administrative rules and take other actions reasonable and necessary to enforce this Chapter.