What is a loading zone and can I park there?
A loading zone is simply a portion of the street next to a curb in front or to the sides of stores, warehouses and places of business where merchandise or material is unloaded or loaded and is designated and marked with signage as a No Parking – Loading Zone. No vehicles, except ones used for the act of loading or unloading merchandise or material, are allowed to park in a loading zone between the hours designated on the sign. (City Code Sec. 26-124)

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1. Where is it illegal to park?
2. Does the city have a residential parking permit program?
3. What are the requirements for the residential parking permit program?
4. Can I have a handicap parking space in front of my house?
5. What are the parking regulations for cul-de-sacs?
6. What are the parking regulations for boats, trailers, and larger vehicles?
7. What are the parking regulations for parking on or over a sidewalk?
8. What are the parking regulations for parking in a street space?
9. How close to the curb must I park?
10. What is a loading zone and can I park there?