Beginning July 25, 2009 it will be unlawful to park a vehicle for sale on designated streets within the city of San Diego. However, the SDPD will provide a 30-day warning period to allow the public to become familiar with this new ordinance. SDPD will begin issuing citations to violators on September 5, 2009.
San Diego Municipal Code 86.23.1(b) reads "It is unlawful to park a vehicle on a street designated pursuant to Section 86.23.1(e) when, because of a sign or placard on the vehicle, it appears that the primary purpose of parking the vehicle at that location is to display to the public that the vehicle is for sale." Cars in violation of this section will be issued a citation and a warning notice listing the designated streets in the ordinance. The notice can be found on page two of this news release.
Each parking citation issued to a vehicle in violation of this ordinance carries a $50 fine. Vehicles in violation can receive two citations per day if the car is not moved. In addition to a parking citation, cars for sale may be impounded even if they are moved to another prohibited street, as long as the car has been cited for the same violation with the last 30 days but not within 24 hours of the first citation.
STREET BEGINNING LIMIT TO ENDING LIMIT
Midway Drive 2300 Barnett Avenue to 3600 Sports Arena Blvd.
Rosecrans Street 1100 Canon Street to 3630 Camino del Rio West
Sports Arena Boulevard 2400 Pacific Hwy. to 3900 Midway Drive
33rd Street 4300 Meade Avenue to 4399 El Cajon Boulevard
Adams Avenue 3100 Boundary Street to 3159 West Mountain View
El Cajon Boulevard 3150 Iowa Street to 3299 33rd Street
Home Avenue Interstate 805 to 4699 Home Avenue (East Limit)
Meade Avenue 3174 Boundary Avenue to 3200 32nd Street
University Avenue 4300 43rd Street to 4399 44th Street
Wightman Street 3500 35th Street to 3999 40th Street
Euclid Avenue 2000 Elm Street to 2000 54th Street
Cardiff 8400 Jamacha to 8500 San Felipe
Logan Avenue 35th Street to 36th Street
Home Avenue 4400 Fairmount to 4500 45th Street
Bernardo Center Drive 15500 Camino Crisalida to 17749 West Bernardo Road
Paseo Lucido 11800 Bernardo Hghts Pkwy (W) to 12700 Bernardo Hghts Pkwy (E)
Rancho Bernardo Road 11900 Bernardo Center Drive to 12300 Bernardo Oaks Drive
Stoney Peak Drive 11700 Carmel Mountain Road to 11800 World Trade Drive
Boyd Avenue 3100 Acworth Avenue to 3750 Genesee Avenue
Clairemont Dr. (north side) Interstate 5 to 2600 Denver Street
Convoy Street 3800 Ostrow Street to 4100 Othello Avenue
Moraga Avenue (west side) 3700 Balboa Avenue to 3800 Cadden Drive
Morena Boulevard 4000 Avati Drive to 4799 Jutland Street
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