1 ORDINANCE CODES FOR PARKING TICKETS Ordinance Ordinance Fine Fine if towed Code 001 Expired Meter (Municipal Lot) - Did park a motor vehicle in a municipal lot without paying or depositing in the meter, for said stall, the appropriate fee. 002 Alternate Parking 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Jenifer St.) - Did park a motor vehicle on a public street with a posted sign requiring alternate parking 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Jenifer St. 003 Overtime Limit (3 hour Law Park) - Did park a motor vehicle on municipal property outside a designated stall, or without a boat trailer or for more than (3) hours. 004 Street Storage (48 hour limit) - Did permit a vehicle to remain standing upon a street in the city of Madison for a period of 48 consecutive hours or more. 005 Overtime Parking (8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.) (Street outside of meter zone) 2 hour zone - Did park, stop or leave standing, whether attended or unattended, any day except Sundays and Holidays, a vehicle in the City of Madison between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., on a restricted street in excess of 2 hours. 006 Overtime Parking (1 hour zone - streets not metered) - Did park a vehicle in the City of Madison between the hours of 8a.m. and 6p.m. on any day except Sundays and Holidays, on a restricted street in excess of 1 hour. $35 $100 $35 $100
2 007 Overtime Parking (Misc. periods) (Streets) 2 hour 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Did park, stop or leave standing a vehicle, whether attended or unattended, for more than 2 hours on the streets or parts of streets and during the hours as specified. 009 Expired Meters (Streets) - Did park, stop or leave standing whether attended or unattended, a vehicle on a street in the City of Madison at a parking space adjacent to a parking meter which indicated expired time. 010 Overtime Limit (Street meter zones) - Did park, stop or leave standing a vehicle on a street in the City of Madison in excess of applicable time limit as specified on the adjacent parking meter. 011 Overtime Parking - (30 min. zone-streets not metered) - Did park, stop or leave standing a vehicle, whether attended or unattended, in the City of Madison in excess of 30 minutes between the hours of 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on any day except Sundays and Holidays on a restricted street. 150 Overtime Parking - (20 Minute Zone. 8AM-6PM. Streets Not Metered. Allen St. only between ft. South of Chadbourne) $35 $100 $35 $100 $35 $100 $30 $ Illegal Parking of Bicycle or Moped (15' crosswalk/secured to tree etc.) - Did park, whether secured to an object or not, on a public way, any bicycle or moped within (15) feet of a crosswalk, or secure to any tree located on public sidewalk or terrace, or parks on the terrace adjacent to any bus stop, loading zone, taxi stand, or handicapped parking lot, so as to interfere with the unloading or loading of persons or property. 014 Posted Fire Lanes (public or private) - Did leave stopped, standing or parked a vehicle anywhere on a marked fire lane, on public or private property, or otherwise obstruct same fire lane. $15 $100 $165
3 016 Handicapped Parking Only (Is permit showing) - Did park, stop or leave standing a vehicle upon a street, highway or public parking facility reserved for handicapped person by official traffic sign. 017 Overtime 15 Minute Limit (8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.) - Did park, stop or leave standing any vehicle whether attended or not, for more than 15 minutes on any street, during the hours specified. 018 Overtime - Miscellaneous Specified Time Limits - Did park, stop or leave standing any vehicle whether attended or unattended, for more than one hour during the hours and/or the days specified. 019 Vehicle Without Permit in Boat Launch Area - Did park, stop or leave standing any vehicle whether attended or unattended without a properly displayed permit 020 Unauthorized Parking on School Property - Did park a motor vehicle on designated school property contrary to a posted sign limiting/restricting parking and without the permission of the owner or lessee of such property. 021 Out of Indicated Space (Municipal lot) - Did park a vehicle in a municipal lot outside of the limits of the designated parking stall. 022 Backing into Stalls (Posted) - Did park a vehicle in a municipal lot by being backed into a parking space. 023 On Private Driveway or Unimproved Yard (w/o permission of owner/manager) - Did park or leave standing a vehicle in or on a private driveway without the permission of the lessee of the property upon which such driveway is located. $150 $215 $35 $100 $35 $100 $55 $120
4 024 Not Designated Areas (Public parks on grass/public lands) Open Space Easements/School Grounds/ Median Strips/Parkways - Did park a motorized vehicle on any portion of public lands including, but not limited to, parks, median strips, parkways, school grounds, open space easement unless designated as a park drive, roadway, parking area or temporary parking area. 025 Regulated Area (Law Park) - Did park a motor vehicle upon the roadway in or upon a part of Law Park not designated for vehicle parking. 026 No Parking at Olbrich bathhouse, 7:00 p.m.-4:00 a.m. - Did park, stop or leave standing, whether attended or unattended, any vehicle at the Olbrich bathhouse parking lot between the hours of 7:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m. 148 Snow Emergency For Violations of Alternate Side Parking During a Declared Snow Emergency. (1a -7a) 149 Alternate Side Parking Required (Nov. 15 Mar.15) Did park, stop or leave standing a vehicle, between Nov. 15 and Mar. 15, contrary to the alternate side parking regulations. (1a-7a) 028 Street Maintenance (Posted for 48 hours except meters) - Did park a vehicle on a street where reasonable notice has been given. 029 On Terrace - Did park a vehicle upon a portion of a street between the cement or traveled portion of the sidewalk and the curb lines thereof, said space being commonly known as the terrace. 030 Adjacent to Entrance of Any Place of Public Assemblage (Use sign terminology) - Did park a vehicle on a street in said city adjacent to the entrance of a school, church, theater, hospital, hotel or any other place of public assemblage during the hours designated by an official traffic sign. $55 $120 $25 $95 $60 $125 $20 $85
5 031 Less 30 ft. of Flashing Beacon, Stop Sign, or Traffic Control Signal - Did park a vehicle within 30 ft. of a flashing beacon, stop sign, or traffic control signal. 032 Upon a Bridge or Elevated Structure or Within a Street Tunnel - Did park a vehicle upon a bridge or other elevated structure upon a street or within a street tunnel where prohibited by official traffic sign or marking. 033 Where Prohibited by Yellow Paint - Did park, stop or leave standing any motor vehicle upon any portion of a highway adjacent to a curb which has been marked with yellow paint authorized by the official in charge of the maintenance of the highway and when such paint is sufficiently visible to be seen by an ordinarily observant person. 034 Leaving Keys in Car (Street) - Did permit a motor vehicle to stand or remain unattended on a public street, alley, or other public place without removing the key from the ignition. 035 Displaying Advertising (If primary purpose) (Doesn't Include "For Sale" signs) - Did park a vehicle on a highway for the primary purpose of displaying advertising. 036 Abandonment (48 hours) - Did abandon a motor vehicle, trailer, semi-trailer, or mobile home upon a public street or highway or private or public property in the City of Madison for a period of 48 continuous hours or more or to reasonably appear to be abandoned. 037 Repair Vehicle on Street (Can only do work necessary to move) - Did effect repairs on a vehicle upon a highway, other than to make such repairs as necessary to permit removal of a disabled vehicle due to accident or mechanical failure. $100 $80 $145
6 038 No Parking (Specified Times - City County basement garage) - Did park a motor vehicle in the basement of the City County Building without permission and contrary to a posted sign thereon indicating ANo or in excess of posted time limits. 039 No Parking Motor Vehicle on Highway Without Gas Cap - Did park a vehicle without a gas cap or leaking gas, oil, water or other fluids. 040 No Heavy Vehicle Parking, No Bus Idling in Residential Districts (Excess of 6,000 lbs., in residence districts) - Did park any vehicle or combination of vehicles, other than a motor bus, weighing more than six thousand lbs. on a highway in a residential district except for a reasonable time to facilitate loading and unloading. 042 Vehicle over 5,999 lbs. (Posted Municipal Lots) - Did park a vehicle in excess of 5,999 in a municipal lot. 043 No Parking of a Vehicle That Unreasonably Leaks Gas, Oil, or Other Fluids (Public or private) - Did park a vehicle that unreasonably leaks gas, oil, water or other fluids. (Wrecker company charges owner for tow and cleanup.) 044 No Bus or Truck Idling in Residential District. - Did permit a vehicle or combination of vehicles weighing more than eight thousand lbs. To remain stationary on a highway in a residential district with the main power train running for more than fifteen minutes, when the temperature is between degrees Fahrenheit. 045 Bus Zone or Cab Stand - Did park a vehicle, other than a bus or taxi cab, in an officially designated bus stop or taxi stand, other than for the purpose of and while actually engaged in the loading and or unloading of passengers. $15 $80 $105 $170 $105 $170 $40 $105
7 046 No Parking Anytime - Did park, stop or leave standing a vehicle on a highway where at the time parking is prohibited by an official traffic sign, except temporarily and while the vehicle is attended by a licensed operator so that it may be moved promptly in case of an emergency or to avoid obstruction of traffic, and only for the purpose of and while actually engaged in loading or unloading or receiving or discharging passengers. 047 No Parking (Use specified periods indicated) - Did park, stop or leave standing a vehicle on a highway during the hours prohibited by official signs. 048 Street Sweeping Parking Restrictions - Did park, stop or leave standing any vehicle on any street located within the sixth aldermanic district as defined in section 15.03(6) of the Madison general ordinances, where and when prohibited by an official traffic sign minute Langdon Bus Loading - No operator of a bus shall park, stop or leave standing any bus, whether attended or unattended, for more than fifteen (15) minutes on the north side of Langdon Street from a point 340 feet east of Park Street to a point 97 feet east therefrom. 050 Unregistered Vehicle - Did cause any unregistered motor vehicle to be located upon any highway within the City of Madison hr. Limit in DIS Stalls - Did park a motor vehicle used by a physically disabled person for more than 3 hours upon any portion of a street, highway, or parking facility reserved for physically disabled person as indicated by official traffic signs indicating the restriction. 052 Gates of Heaven, 3 hr. limit - 4:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. - Did park, stop or leave standing a vehicle, whether attended or unattended, for more than three (3) hours in the Gates of Heaven synagogue parking lot between the hours of 4:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. $35 $100 $55 $120
8 053 Gates of Heaven, No Parking 10:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m. - Did park, stop or leave standing a vehicle, whether attended or unattended, in the Gates of Heaven synagogue parking lot between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m. 054 Brittingham Boat House, 3 hr. limit - Did park, stop or leave standing a vehicle, whether attended or unattended, for more than three (3) hours in the Brittingham boat house parking lot. 055 Brittingham Boat House, 3 hr. limit - Did park, stop or leave standing a vehicle, whether attended or unattended for more than three (3) hours in the Brittingham boat house parking lot. 056 Within Intersection - Did stop or leave standing a motor vehicle on a street within an intersection. 057 On Crosswalk - Did stop or leave standing a motor vehicle on a street on a crosswalk. 058 On Sidewalk (or sidewalk area) - Did stop or leave standing a motor vehicle on a sidewalk area at a place not duly indicated for parking by official traffic signs, markings, or parking meters. 059 Alongside (or opposite) Excavation Obstruction (obstructing pedestrian or vehicle flow) - Did stop or leave standing a motor vehicle on a street alongside or opposite any highway excavation or obstruction when such stopping or standing would obstruct traffic or when pedestrian traffic is forced to travel in the roadway. 060 Double Parking - Did stop or leave standing a motor vehicle on the roadway side of any parked vehicle unless double parking is clearly indicated by official traffic signs or markers.
9 061 Across from Fire Station - Did stop or leave standing a motor vehicle directly across the highway from the entrance to a fire station. 062 Less 15 ft. Fire Station Driveway - Did park or leave standing a vehicle within fifteen feet of the driveway entrance to a fire station. 063 No Stopping, or Standing, or Parking (Signs stating No Stopping, Standing, Parking) - Did stop or leave standing a motor vehicle upon any portion of a highway where at the time of stopping or standing is prohibited by official traffic signs indicating the prohibition of any stopping or standing. 065 Less 50 ft. of Railroad Track (posted) - Did stop or leave standing a motor vehicle within 50 feet of the nearest rail of a railroad crossing. 067 Adjacent to School (7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. if posted) - Did stop or leave standing a motor vehicle on the near side of a through highway adjacent to a school between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on a school day. 068 Loading Zone - Did stop or leave standing a motor vehicle on a street in a loading zone during the time specified by an official traffic sign. 069 Alley, Business District - Did stop or leave standing any vehicle in an alley in a business district. 070 Street (or alley) less 18 ft. Wide (posted) - Did stop or leave standing a motor vehicle in a street or alley which is less than 18 feet wide from curb to curb. $40 $105
10 071 Fire Hydrant Zone (Minimum distance from hydrant 10 ft.) - Did stop or leave standing a motor vehicle on a street within ten feet of a fire hydrant, or within the distance indicated by an official traffic sign. 072 Less 4 ft. of Driveway, Alley, or Private Road, or Bicycle Way - Did stop or leave standing a motor vehicle upon a street within 4 feet of the entrance to a private road, driveway or alley. 074 Less 15 ft of Crosswalk (If not signed or painted) - Did stop or leave standing a vehicle on the street within 15 feet of the near limits of a crosswalk. 075 Prohibited, Limited, or Restricted by Signs (Use terminology) - Where and when parking is prohibited, limited, or restricted by official traffic signs. 076 No Angle Parking - Did park a vehicle at an angle to a curb where such angle parking is not clearly designated by official traffic signs or markers. 077 Over 12 Inches From Curb - Did park a vehicle upon a street more than 12 inches from the adjacent curb. 078 Less 2 ft. of Vehicle - Did park a vehicle upon a street with its front end less than 2 ft. from the vehicle to its front or rear end less than 2 ft. from the vehicle to its rear. 079 Out of Indicated Space (Street) (Limit 1 car or 3 cycles, also car in cycle stall) - Did park a vehicle on a street outside the limits designated parking or more than 1 vehicle or 3 cycles in a designated space. 080 Against Traffic (Two way or divided street) - Did park a vehicle upon a street, where traffic is permitted to move simultaneously in both directions, against the direction of travel.
11 081 Against Traffic (One-way street) - Did park a vehicle upon a one way street facing in the direction of traffic ft From Entrance to Bicycle Way - Did park, stop or leave standing any motor vehicle upon a highway closer than fifteen (15) feet to the near side of an intersection with a bicycle way. 083 On Posted Private Property/Public Property (Sign limitations or restrictions) - Did park a motor vehicle on private or public property contrary to a posted sign limiting/restricting parking and without the permission of the owner or lessee of such property. 084 Police Vehicle Only (Signs posted) - Did park a vehicle in a parking space restricted to the use of Madison Police Department vehicles. 085 On Left Side of Highway (By Blvds., where not $75 $140 permitted) - Did stop, park or leave standing a vehicle on the left side of a divided highway adjacent to the median or separator. 086 Residential Permit Parking Violation (On vehicle $105 $170 not listed on permit/failure to surrender revoked permit/copy, reproduce or resell permit) - Did park a motor vehicle with residential permit displayed which is not listed to said vehicle, or failed to surrender revoked residential permit or copied, reproduced or resold residential parking permit(s). 088 Truck Loading Zone (30 minute limit) - Did park a $40 $105 vehicle, not currently registered as a truck, in a space indicated by sign as truck loading zone, or did stop or leave standing a truck in a truck loading zone for more than 30 minutes contrary to this section. 089 Expired or No Receipt (Brayton Parkmaster) - Did park a vehicle in the Brayton Lot without using the appropriate payment method or did exit the parking facility without utilizing appropriate payment methods including prepayment receipts. 147 Within Four (4) Feet of MailBox
12 135 Overtime Parking at Meter (Municipal Lot) - Did park a motor vehicle in a municipal parking facility at a metered stall for a longer period than the applicable time limit specified on the meter adjacent to the parking stall. 136 No Trailer Parking (Municipal Lot) - Did park, stop, or leave standing any type of trailer or mobile home, whether attached to a motor vehicle or detached, in any municipal parking facility. 137 Out of Indicated Space (Angled parking only, indicated by signs or markings) - Did park or stop a motor vehicle in violation of a system of angled parking indicated by official signs or traffic markers. 138 Motorcycle Within 2 Feet of Another Vehicle (No marked stall) - Did park or stop a Type 1 motorcycle within 2 feet of another vehicle when parallel parking is not indicated by markers. 139 More Than 3 Motorcycles in a Marked Stall (Not metered) - Did park or stop a Type 1 motorcycle in a parking space where parallel or angled parking is indicated by markers so that more than 3 motorcycles are parked within the marked space. 140 More Than 3 Motorcycles in One Metered Stall, Unless Sign Says Otherwise - Did park or stop a type 1 motorcycle in a parking space where a parking meter has been installed so that more than 3 motorcycles are parked within the metered parking stall. $105 $170
13 PERSONAL ABUSE SECTION 093 Failure to Remove Expired Residential Parking Permit - Did, as owner or operator of a vehicle displaying a residential parking permit, fail to completely remove said permit immediately upon its expiration or termination. LAW PARK 094 Parking in Law Park Outside Designated Area - Did park upon the roadways in or upon any part of Law Park not designated and set aside for vehicle parking, or did not park within the limits of a designated parking stall. 095 Expired Meter in Law Park (Blair Lot) - Did park in Blair Lot in Law Park between the hours of 6:00 am and 6:00 pm Monday through Friday in a parking space adjacent to a parking meter which indicated expired time. 096 Overtime Parking in Law Park (Blair Lot) - Did park, stop, or leave a vehicle standing at a metered stall in Blair Lot in excess of applicable time limit as specified on the adjacent parking meter. 097 Permit Parking Only, Law Park (Blair Lot) - Did park without a permit issued by Parking Utility in a parking stall in the Blair Lot of Law Park that has been reserved by official sign or markings for permit parking only, during the times indicated. $25 $15 $80
14 STATE STREET MALL 098 No Parking Bicycles/Mopeds on State St. Pedestrian Mall - Did operate (ride) a bicycle on the State St. pedestrian mall or did park a bicycle on the State St. pedestrian mall other than on the bicycle rack provided. 105 No Parking Motor Vehicles on State St. Pedestrian Mall - Did leave a vehicle stopped, standing or parked upon a highway where prohibited under this section, except temporarily for the purpose of and while actually engaged in loading or unloading or in the receiving or discharging passengers and while the vehicle is attended by a licensed operator so that it may be removed promptly in case of an emergency or to avoid obstruction of traffic. 107 State St. Automobile Permit Violations - Did park an automobile on State Street without the visible display of an auto-use permit. 108 State St. Automobiles - Manner of Parking - Did park an automobile on State Street in the block without at least two wheels on the curb; or in the block without all four wheels on the curb between the glitter pole and the street if space allows, or in the block without two wheels on the curb if space does not allow all four wheels. 122 State St. Automobile Parking More Than 30 minutes - Did park an automobile on State Street for more than 30 minutes or less than 30 minutes without actively loading or unloading. 123 No Stopping, Standing, Parking of Motor Trucks on State St. 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM - Did stop, stand, or park a motor truck on State Street between the hours of 11:30 AM and 1:30 PM. $45
15 124 State St. Motor Truck No Stopping, Standing or Parking for Purposes Not Allowed Did stop, stand, or park a motor truck on State St. for purposes other than receiving or delivering merchandise on immediately adjacent property specifically requesting such merchandise or service. 127 No Stopping, Standing, Parking of Large Motor Trucks on State St. 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM - Did stop, stand, or park a large motor truck on State Street between the hours of 11:30 AM and 1:30 PM. 128 State St. Large Motor Truck Parking for Purposes Not Allowed - Did stop, stand, or park a large motor truck on State Street for purposes other than receiving or delivering merchandise on immediately adjacent properties specifically requesting such merchandise or service.
16 NO STOPPING, STANDING, PARKING, SPECIFIC TIMES 100 No Stopping, Standing, Parking (7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.) - Did leave a vehicle stopped, standing or parked, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. on a street with the appropriate signs. 101 No Stopping, Standing, Parking (3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.) - Did leave a vehicle stopped, standing or parked, between the hours of 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on a street with the appropriate signs. 102 No Stopping, Standing, Parking (7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.) - Did leave a vehicle stopped, standing or parked, between the hours of 7:00a.m. and 9:00 a.m. on a street with the appropriate signs.
17 103 No Stopping, Standing, Parking (4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.) - Did leave a vehicle stopped, standing or parked, between the hours of 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on a street with the appropriate signs. 104 No Stopping, Standing, Parking (7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) - Did leave a vehicle stopped, standing or parked, between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on a street with the appropriate signs. TRESPASS TO PARKING FACILITY 110 Trespassing in a Parking Facility - Unsatisfied Parking Ticket - Did park a vehicle in a parking facility when the owner of said vehicle has been issued 4 or more City of Madison parking tickets which have not been either paid or a court date arranged. 112 Failure to Pay $0 - $20 to Parking Attendant - Did exit from a municipal parking facility without first paying the fee of from $0.00 to $20.00 for parking to the personal attendant of the parking facility. 113 Failure to Pay $ $50 to Parking Attendant - Did exit from a municipal parking facility without first paying the fee of from $20.05 to $50.00 for parking to the personal attendant of the parking facility. $105 $170 $55 $120
18 114 Failure to Pay $50.05 or More to Parking Attendant - Did exit from a municipal parking facility without first paying the fee of $50.05 or more for parking to the personal attendant of the parking facility. 141 Exit Brayton Municipal Lot (Failure to pay at pay on foot station) - Did park a motor vehicle and exit a municipal parking facility when there are no Parking Utility employees on duty for the purpose of collecting parking fees without first using the payment means made available and following all directions for payment. $105 $170
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