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Springville, UT 84663
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Restricted Parking Options
- An application fee of $25 will be charged to consider the application for parking restrictions.
- A sign installation fee of $95 per necessary sign will be charged prior to ordering and installing signs.
- A fee of $10 shall be charged for each permit used under the policy, including replacement permits. Permits shall be valid for up to two years.
To establish the procedure whereby restricted parking is approved in the City.
Springville City Code §9-2-104(4) prohibits people from parking in violation of posted restrictions. The City reserves the right to post and remove parking restrictions on any street within the City. Once new restrictions are approved and installed, restrictions will remain in place for at least two years.
In transition areas where residential units are near commercial establishments, schools and churches, the City will allow for restricted parking in accordance with neighborhood desires. The attached application will be submitted to the City along with the approved application fee and the consent of more than half of the residents on a given residential neighborhood. Prior to signs being installed and restrictions being enforced, the applicant will pay the required sign installation fee as explained below. Springville City will be responsible for future enforcement of parking restrictions.
The appropriate application from is attached. The application from must be fully completed and submitted to Springville City Administration. An application fee as set by the City Council must accompany the completed application. The application must include a map of the neighborhood and the signatures of at least half of the affected residents indicated that they are in favor of the restrictions.
All requests will be reviewed and will be subject to approval of the City Engineer. Explanation of the need for the restriction is important in determining the level of restriction necessary. The City Engineer will also utilize the map to determine the number of signs necessary to properly mark the restricted area. Generally, a full block will need four signs on each side of the street.
For the purposes of this policy, “neighborhood” will include at least four contiguous residential properties. These properties may be across the street from each other. The City Engineer will review the application to ensure that the proposed neighborhood is a logical division of properties. For example, a neighborhood cannot eliminate a single corner house from the “neighborhood.”