Sec. 14-6-10. Traffic engineer to place emergency parking signs.

When the traffic engineer determines that an emergency traffic congestion is likely to result from the holding of public or private assemblages, gatherings or functions, or for other reasons, the traffic engineer may order temporary signs to be erected or posted indicating that the operation, parking or standing of vehicles is prohibited on such streets and alleys as the traffic engineer shall designate during the time such temporary signs are in place. Such signs shall remain in place only during the existence of such emergency and the traffic engineer shall cause such signs to be removed promptly thereafter.
If such signs state that vehicles in violation of this section may be removed, any regularly employed and salaried employee, who is engaged in directing traffic or enforcing parking laws and regulations of the city may remove a vehicle in violation of this section. The employee removing the vehicle shall follow the procedures set forth in Vehicle Code Section 22850 et seq. (Ord. No. 938, § 1; Ord. No. 1128, § 1.)