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Parking Right of Way

Regulations for parking on rights-of-way are found in section 42-889 of the Taylor County Code of Ordinances and contain the following requirements: The county administrator acting on behalf of the board of county commissioners, may regulated parking on rights-of-way and such regulations may include the time and place of parking.

No person shall park on any portion or the right-of-way of any public road in the county after the board of county commissioners has prohibited the parking thereon.

35 MPH OR LESS

The parking of vehicles on that portion of the right-of-way of public roads not used as a traffic lane and on which the speed limit is 35 miles per hour or less shall be authorized and permitted unless the county administrator, after considering factors such as the condition and width of the right-of-way, volume of traffic, safety of traveling and parking vehicles and frequency of parking, determines that parking should be prohibited on such right-of-way of a public road and causes signs to be erected on such portion of the right-of-way where parking is prohibited stating "No Parking Between Signs" or "No Parking".

MORE THAN 35 MPH

The parking of vehicles on any portion of the right-of-way of public roads on which the speed limit is in excess of 35 miles per hour shall be prohibited unless the county administrator, after considering factors such as the condition and width of the right-of-way, volume of traffic, safety of traveling and parking vehicles and frequency of parking, determines that parking may be permitted and causes signs to be erected in such portion of the right-of-way where parking is permitted stating "Parking Permitted Between Signs" or "Parking Permitted".