Sec. 20-6-2. Prohibition in roadways-- Unlawful obstructions.

No person shall place, install, maintain or use any advertising sign/display, newsrack, modular newsrack, chair and/or table which projects onto, or which rests, wholly or part, upon, along or over any portion of a roadway. No advertising sign/display, newsrack, modular newsrack, chair and/or table shall be placed, installed or maintained:
(a) Within three feet of any marked crosswalk;
(b) Within fifteen feet of the curb return of any unmarked crosswalk and handicap ramp;
(c) Within three feet of any above-ground public utility, including, but not limited to, fire hydrants, traffic signal poles, street light poles, traffic controllers, power poles, telephone poles, double check detector check assemblies, sign poles or other emergency facilities;
(d) Within three feet of any driveway;
(e) Within three feet of, and within fifteen feet to the rear of, any sign or pavement markings designating a bus stop measured parallel to the flow of traffic;
(f) Within three feet of any bench, seat or chair placed, installed or maintained for public use within a public right-of-way;
(g) In such place or manner as to impede the flow of pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic on a public right-of-way;
(h) In such place or manner as to unreasonably obstruct or interfere with access to, or the use and environment of, abutting property, or space for any legally parked or stopped vehicle;
(i) In such place or manner as to endanger persons or property;
(j) In such place or manner as to reduce the clear space for the passage of pedestrians to less than four feet in width;
(k) In such place or manner as to interfere with the use of poles, posts, mailboxes or other permanently fixed objects permitted at or near the location of an advertising sign/display, newsrack, modular newsrack, chair and/or table;

(l) In such a manner as to impede, or interfere with, the reasonable use of any commercial window display. (Ord. No. 1201, § 2 (part).)