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16.20.641 Disabled Person Placard – Non-Metered Regulated Parking Zone.

City Code Section

(Added by Ordinance 186575, effective July 1, 2014.)

  1. A.  A vehicle with an official State-issued disabled person registration plate, placard, permit or decal, must adhere to all applicable non-meter regulated parking zone regulations, and may park:
    1. 1.  In any non-metered regulated parking zone designated for a vehicle with a disabled person parking placard for any amount of time (subject to on-street storage regulations);
    2. 2.  In any non-metered regulated parking zone with a designated time limit of 30 minutes or more for any amount of time; or
    3. 3.  In any non-metered regulated parking zone with a designated time limit of less than 30 minutes for a period of time not to exceed the designated time limit.
  2. B.  Use of invalid disabled person parking permit; penalty. 
    1. 1.  A person commits the offense of use of an invalid disabled person parking permit if the person uses a permit that is not a valid permit from another jurisdiction, and that:
    2. a.  Has been previously reported as lost or stolen;
    3. b.  Has been altered;
    4. c.  Was issued to a person who is deceased at the time of the citation;
    5. d.  Has not been issued under ORS 811.602;
    6. e.  Is a photocopy or other reproduction of a permit, regardless of the permit status; or
    7. f.  Is mutilated or illegible.
  3. C.  Unlawful use of disabled person parking permit; penalty.
    1. 1.  A person commits the offense of unlawful use of a disabled person parking permit if the person:
      1. a.  Is not a person with a disability and is not transporting the holder of a disabled parking permit to or from the parking location; and
      2. b.  Uses a disabled parking permit described under ORS 811.602 or 811.606 to exercise any privileges granted under ORS 811.635,
  4. D.  Misuse of program placard; penalty. 
    1. 1.  A person commits the offense of misuse of a program placard if the person:
      1. a.  Is the driver of a vehicle that is being used as part of a program for the transportation of persons with disabilities; and
      2. b.  Uses a program placard described under ORS 811.607 for any purpose other than exercising privileges granted under ORS 811.637.