§ 6.02.

TOWING OF VEHICLES

Whenever any member of the San Francisco Police Department, employee or lessee authorized by the Recreation and Park Department or Commission finds any vehicle parked in violation of Sections 601(d), (e), (f), (g), (h), (i), (j), or (k) of this Code, such officer, employee or lessee may provide for the removal of such vehicle, so long as signs have been posted to inform the public that vehicles so parked are subject to removal and, with respect to Section 601(i), so long as there is an attendant on duty or other facilities permitting the patron to pay or remit the parking charges at the time the vehicle is first parked.

The procedure for removal and impounding of vehicles shall be as is provided for in applicable provisions of the San Francisco Traffic Code and Sections 22850 to 22855 of the California Vehicle Code.

Moreover, any vehicle stopped, parked or left standing in such a manner as to violate Sections 6.01(d), (e), (f), (g), (h), (i), (j), or (k) of this Code is an obstruction to the free use of property and a nuisance within the meaning of Part III of the Civil Code of California relating to nuisances and the abatement thereof.

History

(Added by Ord. 603-81, App. 12/18/81; amended by Ord. 428-86, App. 10/31/86)

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