No person shall drive or propel any vehicle within any park except upon the paved roads, driveways, and highways provided or unpaved roads designated by sign or signal for use by such vehicular traffic;
All persons operating vehicles must drive or propel them in a careful manner, at a lawful rate of speed, and in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Commission, San Francisco Traffic Code, Port of San Francisco Harbor Traffic Code and California Vehicle Code, as such rules are amended from time to time;
No person shall drive or propel any vehicle on any planted area or on any access road or unpaved service road or fire trail in any park;
No person shall park any vehicle on any lawn, or planted area, or unimproved area or on any pedestrian or equestrian lane, or on any access road or unpaved service road or fire trail or in any manner so as to block access to or exit from any pier, service road or access road or fire trail, or in any other place in the park where the rules and regulations of the Commission prohibit vehicular parking, unless allowed otherwise by permit;
No person shall wash, grease, or repair any vehicle in any park except insofar as repairs may be necessary for the immediate removal of any damaged or disabled vehicle from the park;
No vehicle shall be parked on any road, place or highway in any park except on the extreme side of said road, place or highway and immediately adjacent to any curb or any planted portion of the park. The Commission shall have full power and authority to set aside suitable space for the parking of any vehicle off any road, place or highway. The extreme right of said road, place or highway shall be deemed to be the right-hand side of any road, place or highway as measured or applied in the direction in which any vehicle is traveling. Nothing in this Section shall be deemed to prohibit parking on the extreme left side of any one-way road or highway, provided such parking is otherwise permitted, which side shall be deemed to be the left-hand side of any road or highway as measured or applied in the direction in which any vehicle is traveling.
No person shall park any automobile or any other vehicle, including a horse trailer, whether attended or unattended, in any park, between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. except (1) when attending an event or function authorized by the Commission or Executive Director, and then only when the person parks the vehicle in an area specifically designated for such parking in connection with said event or function; (2) when such parking is necessary because of an emergency, such as a flat tire or other mechanical failure, in which case the vehicle shall not be parked any longer than necessary; or (3) when a sign is posted or notice is otherwise provided that parking is permitted in a designated area between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., or some portion of those hours.
No person shall, in any park, allow any automobile or other vehicle to remain parked in any parking lot which is open for public use and for which a fee is charged for parking, for a period of more than 24 hours after the expiration of the period for which the fee is charged, unless otherwise allowed by permit.
No person shall, in any park, allow any automobile or any other vehicle that is disabled to remain parked in any parking lot which is open for public use and for which a fee is charged for parking, unless otherwise allowed by permit.
(Added by Ord. 92-00, File No. 000634, App. 5/19/2000)