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“As Winter approaches the Township is preparing for snow/ice events and are reminding all motorists to remove vehicles from public roadways after the beginning of snow/ice events. This is important to keep the roads open for plows and for emergency vehicles to safely traverse. Please drive safely this winter season.”
§ 189-25 General parking procedures and regulations.
A. No person shall be permitted to park a motor vehicle in or along the side of any Township street under the following circumstances:
(1) As posted by the Township for snow plowing and ice removal.
(2) As posted by the Township Road Department for cleaning.
(3) During the time of a declared local emergency.
(4) During special events as provided for and authorized by the Police Chief and the Township Board of Supervisors.
B. Exception. The only persons exempt from the provisions of Subsection A herein shall be:
(1) Owners and operators of emergency vehicles.
(2) Medical doctors on house calls.
(3) Repair vehicles, clearly labeled as such and performing an emergency repair or service at the property in question.
C. Parking, stopping and standing of vehicles on a street shall comply with the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code (75 Pa.C.S.A. § 101 et seq.) and all applicable Township ordinances.
§ 189-41 Parking prohibited. [Amended 3-18-2003 by Ord. No. 146-2003; 7-9-2014 by Ord. No. 256-2014]
A. There shall be no parking of any motor vehicle, trailer, boat or camper on any public roadway within East Whiteland Township at any time from the beginning of the accumulation of any frozen precipitation (snow or ice) until the precipitation stops and the roadway is cleared by the East Whiteland Township Public Works Department. If a property owner has no alternative location to park his/her vehicle during the time period when motor vehicles are not permitted to be parked on the public roadways, he/she may park the vehicle in designated areas in the Township Building parking lot.
B. Following the cessation of any such precipitation, no vehicle shall be parked on any public roadway until it has been completely plowed, cindered and salted for the full width of the paved cartway. This article shall be construed so that no portion of any vehicle shall protrude on or be upon the berm or paved cartway of a public road during the prohibited parking period. If a property owner has no alternative location to park his/her vehicle during the time period when motor vehicles are not permitted to be parked on the public roadways, he/she may park the vehicle in designated areas in the Township Building parking lot.
§ 189-44 Removal of vehicles.
Any police officer may remove or cause to be removed to a place of safety any unattended or illegally parked vehicle left standing upon any public road or private road during any period prohibited by this article when the vehicle is in such a position as to interfere with municipal snow removal, cindering and salting operations. The procedures in Article IV of this chapter shall govern removal of vehicles.