Chapter 15 – Motor Vehicles & Traffic

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CHAPTER 15

MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC
PART 1

GENERAL REGULATIONS

§101. Definitions and Interpretation
§102. Manner of Adopting Permanent Traffic and Parking Regulations
§103. Provisions to be Continuation of Existing Regulations
§104. Temporary and Emergency Regulations
§105. Experimental Regulations
§106. Traffic on Streets Closed or Restricted for Construc¬tion, Maintenance or Special Events
§107. Use of Streets by Processions and Assemblages
§108. Authority of Police Officers
§109. Authorization for Use of Speed Timing Devices
PART 2

TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

§201. Maximum Speed Limits Established on Certain Streets
§202. Maximum Speed Limits Established in Parks
§203. Traffic Signals at Certain Locations
§204. Intersections Where Turn Prohibited on Red Signal
§205. One-Way Streets Established
§206. Turning at Intersections Prohibited or Restricted
§207. Right Turns Prohibited at Certain Intersections
§208. U-Turns Prohibited at Certain Locations
§209. No Passing Zones Established
§210. Through Highways Established
§211. Stop Intersections Established
§212. Yield Intersections Established
§213. Operation of Motor Vehicles Restricted on Public Lands
§214. Rotary Traffic Islands Established
5215. Play Highways Established and Authorized
§216. Snowmobile Roads Designated

PART 3

RESTRICTIONS ON SIZE, WEIGHT AND
TYPE OF VEHICLE AND LOAD

§301. Vehicle Weight Limits Established on Certain Streets and Bridges
§302. Restrictions on Size of Vehicles on Certain Street and Bridges
§303. Restrictions as to Weight and Size of Vehicles on Certain Streets and Bridges
§304. Truck Traffic Restricted on Certain Streets
§305. Engine Brake Retarder Ordinance
PART 4

GENERAL PARKING REGULATIONS

§401 Vehicles to be Parked Within Marked Spaces
§402 General Parking Prohibitions.
§403 Parking Prohibited at all Times in Certain Locations
§404 Parking Prohibited in Certain Locations, Certain Days and Hours
§405 Parking of Trucks, Buses and Certain Other Vehicles Prohibited in Certain Locations
§406 Parking Time Limited in Certain Locations Certain Days and Hours
§407 Special Purpose Parking Zones Established; Parking Otherwise Prohibited
§408 Standing or Parking on Roadway for Loading or Unloading
§400 Angle Parking Required on Portions of Certain Streets
§410 Parking Prohibited on Portions of Certain Highways During Street Sweeping Hours
§411 Residential Permit Parking; Delbrook Road
§412 Residential Permit Parking; South Thirty-Eighth Street
§413 Unlicensed, Uninspected and Dismantled Vehicles.
§412. Penalties
PART 5

REMOVAL AND IMPOUNDMENT OF ILLEGALLY PARKED VEHICLES

§501. Applicability and Scope
§502. Authority to Remove and Impound
§503. Tow Away Zones Designated
§504. Designation of Approved Storage Garages; Bonding; Towing and Storage
§505. Payment of Towing and Storage Charges
§506. Reclamation Costs
§507. Records of Vehicles Removed and Impounded
§508. Restrictions Upon Removal of Vehicles
§509. Penalty for Violation
§510. Reports and Disposition of Unclaimed Vehicles
PART 6

SNOW AND ICE EMERGENCY

§601. Definitions
§602. Declaration of “General” or “Limited” Snow Emergency
§603. Limited Snow Emergency
§604. General Snow Emergency
§605. Towing and Storage of Vehicles
§606. Penalty
PART 7

REGULATION OF PEDALCYCLES AND
NONMOTORIZED VEHICLES

§701. Riding and Parking of Pedalcycles on Sidewalks Along Certain Streets Prohib¬ited
§702. Restrictions on Use of Pushcarts
§703. Skates, Skateboards, Coasters, Sleds and Other Toy Vehicles
PART 8

PEDESTRIAN REGULATIONS

§801. Pedestrians to Obey Traffic-Control Signs
§802. Pedestrian-Control Signal Locations Established
§803. Locations Where Pedestrian Crossing in Unmarked Cross¬walks Restricted
§804. Locations Where Pedestrians May Cross Only in Crosswalk
§805. Penalty for Violation
PART 9

IMPOUNDMENT OF VEHICLES FOR
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION AND/OR COLLECTION OF EVIDENCE

§901. Storage of Impounded Vehicles
§902. Costs of Vehicle Storage
§903. Recovery of Vehicle
§904. Disposal of Unclaimed Vehicles

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PART 1

GENERAL REGULATIONS
§101. DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION.

1. Words and phrases, when used in this Chapter, except for Sections or parts to which dif-ferent or additional defini¬tions apply, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in The Vehicle Code, the Act of June 17, 1976, P.L. 162 No. 81, as amended, except that in this Chapter the word “street” may be used interchangeably with the word “highway,” and shall have the same meaning as the word “highway” as defined in the Vehicle Code.

2. The term “legal holidays” as used in this Chapter shall mean and include: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

3. In this Chapter, the singular shall include the plural, the plural shall include the singular, and the masculine shall include the feminine.

4. Although the streets in the Township run generally in a northeast-southwest and a north-west-southeast direction, for the purpose of this Chapter, Good Hope Road and the streets running parallel or generally parallel to Good Hope Road shall be deemed to run in a north-south direction, and Trindle Road and the streets parallel or generally parallel to Trindle Road shall be deemed to run in an east-west direction.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§102. MANNER OF ADOPTING PERMANENT TRAFFIC AND PARKING REGULA¬TIONS.

All traffic and parking regulations of a permanent nature shall be enacted as ordinances, as parts of ordinances, as amendments to ordinances, or as amendments to this Chapter, except where the law specifically authorizes less formal action.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§103. PROVISIONS TO BE CONTINUATION OF EXISTING REGULATIONS.

The provisions of this Chapter, so far as they are the same as those of ordinances and regula-tions in force immediately before the enactment of this Chapter, are intended as a continuation of those earlier ordinances and regulations, and not as new enactments. Nothing in this Chapter shall affect any act done or liability incurred, or any suit or prosecution pending or to be instituted under any of those repealed or superseded ordi¬nances or regulations.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§104. TEMPORARY AND EMERGENCY REGULATIONS.

1. The Chief of Police shall have the following powers to regulate traffic and parking temporarily and in time of emergency:

A. In the case of fire, flood, storm or other emergency, to establish temporary traffic and/or parking regulations; and,

B. In the case of emergency or to facilitate public works, or in the conduct of parades, processions or public events, to restrict or prohibit traffic and/or parking in limited areas for periods of not more than 72 hours.

2. Such temporary and emergency regulations shall be enforced by the Police Department in the same manner as permanent regulations. Any person who shall operate or park a vehi-cle or tractor in violation of any such regulations, or who shall move, remove, destroy, in-jure or deface any sign or marking erected, posted or made to give notice of any such regulation, shall upon conviction thereof, be subject to the penalty set forth in the law or elsewhere in this Chapter for a violation of such nature, and, in case of a violation for which no specific penalty is set forth in the law or elsewhere in this Chapter, to a fine of not more than $25 together with costs of prosecution.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§105. EXPERIMENTAL REGULATIONS.

The Board of Commissioners may, from time to time by resolution, designate places upon and along the highways in the Township where, for a period of not more than 90 days, specific traffic and/or parking regula¬tions, prohibitions and restrictions shall be in force and effect, and shall designate such locations by proper signs and markings. Such regulations, prohibitions and restrictions shall be effective as if they had been specified in this Chapter. No person shall operate and no person shall move, remove, destroy or deface any sign or marking erected, posted or made by authority of this Section. Any person who shall violate any provision of this Section shall, upon conviction thereof, be subject to the penalty set forth in the law or elsewhere in this Chapter for a violation of such nature, and in case of a violation for which no specific penalty is set forth in the law or elsewhere in this Chapter, to a fine of not more than $25 together with costs of prosecution; provided, the purpose of this Section is to allow for the test and experimental determi¬nation of the feasibility and desirability of permanent changes in the ordinances of the Township relative to traffic and parking.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§106. TRAFFIC ON STREETS CLOSED OR RESTRICTED FOR CONSTRUC¬TION, MAINTENANCE OR SPECIAL EVENTS.

1. The Board of Commissioners shall have authority to close any street or specific part of a street to vehicular traffic and to place barriers or station police officers at each end of the closed portion, while construction or maintenance work is under way or a special event is being conducted on the closed portion. It shall be unlawful for any person to drive a vehicle upon any such closed portion.

2. The Board of Commissioners shall have authority to establish a restricted traffic area upon any street where construction or maintenance work is under way and to station flag-men at each end of the restricted portion. It shall be unlawful for any person to drive a vehicle upon any such restricted traffic area at any time when the flagman is displaying a sign directing that vehicle to stop, or is signaling that vehicle, by a flag or other device, not to proceed.

3. Any person who violates any provision of this Section shall, upon conviction, be sen-tenced to pay a fine of $25 and costs.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§107. USE OF STREETS BY PROCESSIONS AND ASSEMBLAGES.

1. For the purpose of this Section, the words “assemblage” and “procession” shall have the following meanings:

ASSEMBLAGE – a gathering of people without vehicles, which inter¬feres with the movement of pedestrian or vehicular traffic on any street.

PROCESSION – a group of individuals, vehicles, animals and/or objects moving along a street in a way that interferes with the normal movement of traffic. A pro-cession shall not include a funeral caravan or military convoy.

2. It shall be unlawful for any person to hold or participate in any assemblage unless the person organizing or conducting the assemblage first obtains a permit from the Chief of Police, which shall be issued without fee. Application for the permit shall be made at least 2 weeks in advance of the day on which the assemblage is proposed to be held, but in any case where a State-designated highway is proposed to be used, application shall be made at least 3 weeks in advance of the proposed date. The permit shall state the place where and the date when the assemblage is to be held, the hour when the assemblage may convene and the hour by which it shall have been completely dispersed. It shall be unlawful for any person to hold or to participate in any assemblage unless the permit has been granted, or at any time or place other than that authorized by the permit.

3. It shall be unlawful for any person to hold or participate in any procession unless the per-son organizing or conducting the procession first obtains a permit from the Chief of Po-lice, which shall be issued without fee. Application for the permit shall be made at least 2 weeks in advance of the day when the procession is proposed to be held, but in any case where the State-designated highway is proposed to be used, application shall be made at least 3 weeks in advance of the proposed date. The permit shall specify the date on which the procession is to be held, the route to be followed by the procession, the hour when and place where participants may commence to assemble and form before the procession is under way, the time when the procession may commence to move along its route, and the time by which the end of the procession shall have been disbanded. It shall be unlawful for any person to hold or to participate in any procession unless the permit shall have been granted, or under any conditions as to time or route or otherwise than those stated in the permit.

4. Any person who violates any provision of this Section shall, upon conviction, be sen-tenced to pay a fine of $25 and costs.

5. Note: On PennDOT roads, applicant shall also apply for State approval.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§108. AUTHORITY OF POLICE OFFICERS.

The police officers of the Township are hereby authorized to direct traffic on the highways of the Township and at inter¬sections thereof and to otherwise enforce the provisions of this Chapter.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§109. AUTHORIZATION FOR USE OF SPEED TIMING DEVICES.

1. The Township Police Department is hereby authorized to use all speed timing devices for the determination of speed of a motor vehicle as are approved or will be approved by the Department of Transportation of the Com¬monwealth of Pennsyl¬vania, in accordance with Title 75, Pa. C.S.A. §3368.

2. This Section authorizes the use of said devices upon all highways within the Township be they Township, county or State highways, and does also hereby elect to exercise all powers granted to “local authorities” under the Vehicle Code of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 75 Pa. C.S.A. §6101 et seq., (1977), as hereafter amended, supplement¬ed, modified or reenacted by the General Assembly of Pennsylvania.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)

PART 2

TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
§201. MAXIMUM SPEED LIMITS ESTABLISHED ON CERTAIN STREETS.

1. Maximum speed limits are established on portions of speci¬fied streets, as follows, and it shall be unlawful for any person to drive a vehicle, on any part of a street where a maxi-mum speed limit applies, at a higher speed than the maximum prescribed for that part of the street:

Street Side Maximum Speed Limit
Abington Way Entire length 25 mph
Ada Drive Entire length 25 mph
Adam Lane Entire length 25 mph
Adeline Circle Entire length 25 mph
Airport Drive Entire length 25 mph
Alberta Avenue Entire length 25 mph
Alinda Circle Entire length 25 mph
Allendale Road Entire length 25 mph
Amherst Court Entire length 25 mph
Anthony Drive Entire length 25 mph
Apache Drive Entire length 25 mph
Appletree Lane Entire length 25 mph
Armitage Way Entire length 25 mph
Aspen Lane Entire length 25 mph
Auburn Drive Entire length 25 mph
Augusta Drive Entire length 25 mph
Bali Hai Road Entire length 25 mph
Balmoral Court Entire length 25 mph
Banbury Drive Entire length 25 mph
Barbara Drive Entire length 25 mph
Barnstaple Road Entire length 25 mph
Baron Court Entire length 25 mph
Basehore Drive Entire length 35 mph
Battersea Parkway Entire length 25 mph
Baythorne Drive Entire length 25 mph
Bearcreek Drive Entire length 25 mph
Beaver Drive Entire length 20 mph
Bedford Drive Entire length 25 mph
Beechcliff Road Entire length 25 mph
Beech Run Lane Entire length 20 mph
Bellows Drive Entire length 25 mph
Bennington Road Entire length 25 mph
Bentley Road Entire length 25 mph
Berkeley Drive Entire length 20 mph
Berkshire Lane Entire length 25 mph
Billingsgate Court Entire length 25 mph
Birch Court Entire length 25 mph
Blackfriars Way Entire length 25 mph
Bladestone Trail Entire length 25 mph
Blue Mountain Trail Entire length 25 mph
Bonnyrigg Court Entire length 25 mph
Brackbill Boulevard Entire length 35 mph
Bracken Court Entire length 25 mph
Brandy Lane Entire length 35 mph
Brandywine Drive Entire length 25 mph
Brandywine Way Entire length 25 mph
Brian Road Entire length 25 mph
Briarwood Lane Entire length 25 mph
Bridle Lane Entire length 25 mph
Brigade Road Entire length 25 mph
Brighton Lane Entire length 25 mph
Broadwing Court Entire length 25 mph
Brom Court Entire length 25 mph
Brondle Boulevard Entire length 25 mph
Brookridge Drive Entire length 25 mph
Brook Road Entire length 25 mph
Bryce Road Entire length 25 mph
Caissons Court Entire length 25 mph
Calvert Drive Entire length 25 mph
Candlelight Drive Entire length 25 mph
Cannon Drive Entire length 25 mph
Carlisle Pike Lighthouse Dr. to Spring Township line 45 mph
Carlisle Pike Lighthouse Dr. to 35th St. 40 mph
Carriage House Drive Entire length 25 mph
Carrington Court East Entire length 25 mph
Carrington Court West Entire length 25 mph
Cedar Lane Entire length 25 mph
Central Boulevard Entire length 35 mph
Charing Cross Entire length 25 mph
Charles Road Entire length 25 mph
Charlton Way Entire length 25 mph
Chelmsford Drive Entire length 25 mph
Chelsen Cross Entire length 25 mph
Cherylbrook Drive Entire length 25 mph
Cherokee Drive Entire length 20 mph
Chesterfield Lane Entire length 25 mph
Chestnut Street Entire length 25 mph
Chippenham Road Entire length 25 mph
Chloe Lane Entire length 25 mph
Christian Court Entire length 25 mph
Church Street Entire length 25 mph
Claridge Court Entire length 25 mph
Claverton Road Entire length 25 mph
Clubhouse Drive Entire length 25 mph
Cobbler Court Entire length 25 mph
Collingdale Circle Entire length 25 mph
Colony Road Entire length 25 mph
Colony Road West Entire length 25 mph
Concord Road Entire length 25 mph
Conestoga Road Entire length 25 mph
Conodoguinet Avenue Entire length 25 mph
Coppercreek Drive Entire length 25 mph
Copper Kettle Road Entire length 25 mph
Countryside Court Entire length 25 mph
Countryside Place Entire length 25 mph
Courtland Street Entire length 25 mph
Creekside Lane Entire length 25 mph
Creekview Road Lamb’s Gap Road to Sander-ling Boulevard and Cross Creek Drive 35 mph
Creekview Road Sanderling Boulevard and Cross Creek Drive to Copper Creek Drive 40 mph
Creekview Road Copper Creek Drive to Good Hope Road 30 mph
Creekview Road Good Hope Road to Orr’s Bridge Road 35 mph
Crofton Court Entire length 25 mph
Croghans Lane Entire length 25 mph
Crooked Stick Drive Entire length 25 mph
Cross Creek Drive Entire length 25 mph
Crosswick Circle Entire length 25 mph
Crystal Creek Circle Entire length 25 mph
Cumberland Avenue Entire length 25 mph
Cyprus Lane Entire length 25 mph
Dalkeith Drive Entire length 25 mph
David Drive Entire length 25 mph
Dawn Road Entire length 25 mph
Debra Road Entire length 25 mph
Deerfield Avenue Entire length 20 mph
Delbrook Road Entire length 25 mph
Deubler Road Entire length 25 mph
Devereux Lane Entire length 25 mph
Dewey Lane Entire length 25 mph
Dogwood Court Entire length 25 mph
Donald Street Entire length 25 mph
Dorchester Road Entire length 25 mph
Dorset Drive Entire length 25 mph
Downing Place Entire length 25 mph
Drummer Lane Entire length 25 mph
Dry Powder Circle Entire length 25 mph
Dunlin Court Entire length 25 mph
Dwayne Avenue Entire length 25 mph
E. Clearview Drive Entire length 25 mph
E. Coventry Lane Entire length 25 mph
E. Powderhorn Road Entire length 25 mph
Eagles Ridge Lane Entire length 25 mph
Eaglesmoor Lane Entire length 25 mph
East Lauer Lane Entire length 25 mph
Eastgate Drive Entire length 25 mph
Edgeware Road Entire length 25 mph
Edward Drive Entire length 25 mph
Egret Court Entire length 25 mph
Eldindean Terrace Entire length 25 mph
Eliza Way Entire length 25 mph
Ellen Road Entire length 25 mph
Elmwood Court Entire length 25 mph
Emilridge Drive Entire length 25 mph
Englewood Court Entire length 25 mph
Erb’s Bridge Road Entire length 35 mph
ESB Drive Entire length 25 mph
Fairfield Street Entire length 25 mph
Fairway Drive Entire length 25 mph
Falkstone Drive Entire length 25 mph
Fawn Meadow Lane Entire length 25 mph
Fetrow Drive Entire length 25 mph
Fireside Drive Entire length 25 mph
Florence Circle Entire length 25 mph
Forrest Drive Entire length 25 mph
Fox Drive Entire length 25 mph
Foxcroft Drive Entire length 25 mph
Foxtail Court Entire length 25 mph
Francis Drive Entire length 25 mph
Franklin Avenue Entire length 25 mph
Friars Court Entire length 25 mph
Gale Road Entire length 25 mph
General Couch Circle Entire length 25 mph
General Jenkins Drive Entire length 25 mph
General Knipe Circle Entire length 25 mph
Gleim Court Entire length 25 mph
Glenwood Street Entire length 25 mph
Golfview Road Entire length 25 mph
Good Hope Road Silver Creek Road to 1835 Good Hope Road 45 mph
Good Hope Road Erb’s Bridge Road and Silver Creek Road intersec¬tion 35 mph
Good Hope Road 1835 Good Hope Road to Wertzville Road 35 mph
Governors Drive Entire length 25 mph
Grandon Court Entire length 25 mph
Grandon Way Entire length 25 mph
Graystone Manor Drive Entire length 25 mph
Green Circle Entire length 25 mph
Green Street Entire length 25 mph
Greenbriar Lane Entire length 25 mph
Greenwich Drive Entire length 25 mph
Greenwood Circle Entire length 25 mph
Gunstock Lane Entire length 25 mph
Gustin Drive At intersection with Carlisle Pike 10 mph
Hampden Avenue Entire length 25 mph
Hampden Park Drive West from intersection with South Sporting Hill Road 20 mph
Harness Lane Entire length 25 mph
Hawthorne Drive Entire length 25 mph
Haymarket Way Entire length 25 mph
Haywood Drive Entire length 25 mph
Hearthstone Road Entire length 25 mph
Heatherington Way Entire length 25 mph
Heatherwood Court Entire length 25 mph
Hempt Drive Entire length 25 mph
Heron Court Entire length 25 mph
High Hollow Entire length 25 mph
Highlander Way Entire length 25 mph
Hill Lane Entire length 25 mph
Hillcrest Road Entire length 25 mph
Holly Drive Entire length 25 mph
Holtz Road Entire length 25 mph
Hopi Drive Entire length 25 mph
Horsham Drive Entire length 20 mph
Hume Lane Entire length 25 mph
Hunters Drive Entire length 25 mph
Huntington Commons Entire length 25 mph
Huron Drive Entire length 25 mph
Ichabod Court Entire length 25 mph
Indian Creek Drive Entire length 20 mph
Industrial Park Road Entire length 25 mph
Inverness Drive Entire length 25 mph
Iroquois Way Entire length 25 mph
Jacob Lane Entire length 25 mph
Jarod Court Entire length 25 mph
Jeffery Road Entire length 25 mph
Jennifer Circle Entire length 25 mph
Jerusalem Drive Entire length 35 mph
Joel Drive Entire length 25 mph
Joshua Road Entire length 25 mph
Joyce Road Entire length 25 mph
Katrina Court Entire length 25 mph
Kay Road Entire length 25 mph
Keith Road Entire length 25 mph
Kensington Square Entire length 25 mph
Kent Drive North of Golfview 25 mph
Kent Drive South of Golfview 20 mph
Kentwood Drive Entire length 20 mph
Kevin Road Entire length 20 mph
King Arthur Drive Entire length 25 mph
Kings Arms Entire length 25 mph
Kings Circle Entire length 25 mph
Kirk Court Entire length 25 mph
Lamb’s Gap Road Scenery Drive to Locust Lane 35 mph
Lamb’s Gap Road Locust Lane to
Wertzville Road 40 mph
Lamp Post Lane Entire length 25 mph
Lamp Gap Road Wertzville Road to Rye Township line 35 mph
Lantern Drive Entire length 25 mph
Laurel Lane Entire length 25 mph
Lawncrest Drive Entire length 25 mph
Legene Lane Entire length 25 mph
Leona Street Entire length 25 mph
Lexington Drive Entire length 25 mph
Leyland Drive Entire length 25 mph
Lincoln Drive Entire length 25 mph
Linden Street Entire length 25 mph
Little Run Road Entire length 25 mph
Locust Lane West of 581 35 mph
Locust Lane East of 581 25 mph
Locust Street Entire length 25 mph
Log Cabin Trail Entire length 25 mph
Logan Street Entire length 25 mph
Longwood Lane Entire length 25 mph
Lookout Drive Entire length 25 mph
Ludgate Court Entire length 25 mph
Lynnwood Court Entire length 25 mph
Mallard Lane Entire length 25 mph
Mandy Court Entire length 25 mph
Mandy Lane Entire length 25 mph
Maple Avenue Entire length 25 mph
Margaret Court Entire length 25 mph
Margo Road Entire length 25 mph
Marlton Road Entire length 25 mph
Maybelle Court Entire length 25 mph
Mayfair Court Entire length 25 mph
Maypole Drive Entire length 25 mph
Meadow Lane Entire length 25 mph
Meadowbrook Drive Entire length 20 mph
Memory Lane Entire length 25 mph
Millbank Drive Entire length 25 mph
Monterey Drive Entire length 25 mph
Montrose Circle Entire length 25 mph
Moorgate Court Entire length 25 mph
Motter Lane Entire length 25 mph
Mountain Pine Drive Entire length 25 mph
Mountainside Way Entire length 25 mph
Mountain View Road Technology Parkway to Orrs Bridge Road 35 mph
Mountain View Road Orrs Bridge Road to the East Pennsboro Township Line 25 mph
Mt. Zion Drive Entire length 25 mph
Muirfield Place Entire length 25 mph
Musket Lane Entire length 25 mph
N. Clearview Drive Entire length 25 mph
N. Powderhorn Drive Entire length 25 mph
Newbold Lane Entire length 25 mph
Newgate Court Entire length 25 mph
Nicholson Court Entire length 25 mph
North Drive Entire length 25 mph
Northgate Drive Entire length 25 mph
Northwood Circle Entire length 25 mph
Norway Street Entire length 25 mph
Norwich Drive Entire length 25 mph
N&S Sporting Hill Road Entire length 35 mph
Oak Avenue Entire length 25 mph
Oakmont Green Entire length 25 mph
Oakwood Circle Entire length 25 mph
Old Farm Road Entire length 25 mph
Old Federal Road Entire length 25 mph
Old Pioneer Road Entire length 25 mph
Old Silver Spring Road Entire length 25 mph
Orr’s Bridge Road Entire length 25 mph
Osage Way Entire length 25 mph
Osprey Circle Entire length 25 mph
Oxbow Drive Entire length 25 mph
Packard Lane Entire length 25 mph
Pamela’s Lane Entire length 25 mph
Park Circle Entire length 25 mph
Park Lane Entire length 25 mph
Park Street Entire length 25 mph
Partridge Court Entire length 25 mph
Patriot Drive Entire length 25 mph
Pawnee Drive Entire length 25 mph
Pelham Road Entire length 25 mph
Pellingham Circle Entire length 25 mph
Penn Ayr Road Entire length 25 mph
Pennsboro Drive Entire length 25 mph
Peregrine Way Entire length 25 mph
Pickett Lane Entire length 25 mph
Princeton Road Entire length 25 mph
Quakers Path Entire length 25 mph
Railroad Avenue Entire length 35 mph
Randall Road Entire length 25 mph
Raptor Court Entire length 25 mph
Red Fox Lane Entire length 25 mph
Red Spruce Lane Entire length 25 mph
Redwood Court Entire length 25 mph
Reed Lane Entire length 25 mph
Reeser Road Entire length 25 mph
Revere Drive Entire length 25 mph
Richard Road Entire length 25 mph
Ridgeland Boulevard Entire length 25 mph
Ridgewood Drive Entire length 25 mph
Robert Drive Entire length 25 mph
Rodney Lane Entire length 25 mph
Ronald Road Entire length 25 mph
Roth Farm Village Circle Entire length 25 mph
Roth Lane Entire length 35 mph
Round Hill Road Entire length 25 mph
Royal Oak Circle Entire length 25 mph
Royal Oak Road Entire length 25 mph
Rufus King Court Entire length 25 mph
Run Cross Lane Entire length 25 mph
Ryland Drive Entire length 25 mph
S. Clearview Drive Entire length 25 mph
Saffron Drive Entire length 25 mph
Salem Park Circle Entire length 20 mph
Salem Church Road Entire length 35 mph
Salmon Road Entire length 10 mph
Sand Pine Court Entire length 25 mph
Sandpiper Court Entire length 25 mph
Sarah Court Entire length 25 mph
Sawgrass Lane Entire length 25 mph
Sawyer Lane Entire length 25 mph
Scenery Drive Entire length 25 mph
Sear’s Run Road Entire length 25 mph
Seltzer Court Entire length 25 mph
Seneca Drive Entire length 25 mph
Shasta Way Entire length 20 mph
Sheely Lane Entire length 40 mph
Shetland Court Entire length
Shiremont Drive Entire length 25 mph
Shireton Place Entire length 25 mph
Signal Hill Drive Entire length 25 mph
Silver Pine Circle Entire length 25 mph
Silver Spring Road Entire length 45 mph
Silvercreek Drive Entire length 25 mph
Simie Street Entire length 25 mph
Sioux Drive Entire length 25 mph
Skyport Road Carlisle Pike to Edward Drive 25 mph
Skyview Court Entire length 25 mph
Sommerton Drive Entire length 25 mph
Springhouse Road Entire length 25 mph
Springtree Court Entire length 25 mph
Spy Glass Lane Entire length 25 mph
St. James Court Entire length 25 mph
St. Johns Church Road Trindle – Simpson 45 mph
St. Johns Church Road Trindle – Carlisle Pike 40 mph
St. John’s Drive Entire length 25 mph
St. Johns Drive North Entire length 25 mph
St. Johns Drive South Entire length 25 mph
St. Marks Road Entire length 25 mph
Stag Leap Lane Entire length 25 mph
Stailey Circle Entire length 25 mph
Stephen’s Crossing Entire length 20 mph
Strathmore Drive Entire length 25 mph
Stroup Circle Entire length 25 mph
Sullivan Street Entire length 25 mph
Sunset Circle Entire length 25 mph
Sunset Way Entire length 25 mph
Swindow Lane Entire length 25 mph
Tamar Road Entire length 25 mph
Tanwood Court Entire length 25 mph
Tavistock Road Entire length 25 mph
Tavy Court Entire length 25 mph
Terrace Road Entire length 25 mph
Thirty-fifth Street Entire length 25 mph
Thirty-ninth Street Entire length 25 mph
Tiverton Road Entire length 25 mph
Trindle Road Entire length 40 mph
Tunbridge Lane Entire length 25 mph
Valleybrook Drive Entire length 25 mph
Vine Circle Entire length 25 mph
Vine Street Entire length 25 mph
Virginia Court Entire length 25 mph
Virginia Road Entire length 25 mph
W. Clearview Drive Entire length 25 mph
W. Coventry Lane Entire length 25 mph
W. Powderhorn Road Entire length 25 mph
Wallingford Way Entire length 25 mph
Walnut Street Entire length 25 mph
Wansford Road Entire length 25 mph
Warleigh Way Entire length 25 mph
Waterford Way Entire length 25 mph
Wedgewood Way Entire length 25 mph
West Circle Entire length 25 mph
West Lauer Lane Entire length 25 mph
Westover Drive Entire length 20 mph
Weymouth Drive Entire length 25 mph
Whitehill Drive Entire length 20 mph
Whitetail Lane Entire length 25 mph
Willcliff Drive Entire length 25 mph
William Drive Entire length 25 mph
Williamsburg Way Entire length 25 mph
Willshire Drive Entire length 25 mph
Windsor Road Entire length 25 mph
Winfield Drive Entire length 25 mph
Wingate Drive Entire length 25 mph
Wingate Drive Intersection with Carlisle Pike 20 mph
Woodcrest Drive Entire length 20 mph
Wood Street Entire length 25 mph
Woodley Drive Entire length 25 mph
Woodstream Way Entire length 25 mph
Wynnwood Court Entire length 25 mph
Yorktowne Road Entire length 25 mph

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998, Ord. 2015-02, 1/6/2015, by Ord. 2015-10, 7/30/2015, and by Ord. 2016-10, 12/01/2016)

§202. MAXIMUM SPEED LIMITS ESTABLISHED IN PARKS.

1. A speed limit of 10 miles per hour is established on all streets and roadways in the public parks maintained and operated by the Township, except in the following locations, where the lower maximums, as specified, shall apply:
Park
Street
Location Maximum
Speed Limit
Reserved

2. Any person who violates any provision of this Section shall, upon conviction, be sen-tenced to pay a fine of $35. Any person exceeding the maximum speed limit by more than 5 miles per hour shall pay an additional fine of $2 per mile for each mile in excess of 5 miles per hour over the maximum speed limit.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§203. TRAFFIC SIGNALS AT CERTAIN LOCATIONS.

At the following locations, traffic signals as indicated below shall be erected (or are ratified if previously erected), and traffic at those locations shall be directed by those signals:

Location Type of Signal
Carlisle Pike and Brondle Blvd. Traffic
Carlisle Pike and Gateway Drive Traffic
Carlisle Pike and Hampden Center Traffic
Carlisle Pike and Jeffery Road Traffic
Carlisle Pike/K-Mart and Jeffery Road Traffic
Carlisle Pike and Lamb’s Gap Road Traffic
Carlisle Pike and Lamb’s Gap Road and Sil-ver Spring Road (intermunicipal) Traffic
Carlisle Pike and Orr’s Bridge Road Traffic
Carlisle Pike and Orr’s Bridge Road and Central Blvd. Traffic
Carlisle Pike and Salem Church Road Traffic
Carlisle Pike and St. John’s Church Road Traffic
Carlisle Pike and Skyport Road Traffic
Carlisle Pike and Sporting Hill Road Traffic
Carlisle Pike and St. John’s Drive Traffic
Carlisle Pike and Van Patten Drive Traffic
Carlisle Pike and Van Patton & Holiday Drive Traffic
Carlisle Pike and Wingate Drive and Skyport Road Traffic
Good Hope Road and Creekview Road Traffic
Simpson Ferry Road and Allendale Road (in-termunicipal) Traffic
Simpson Ferry Road and Sheely Lane and Wesley Drive (intermunicipal) Traffic
Simpson Ferry Road and St. Johns Church Road (intermunicipal) Traffic
Sporting Hill Road and Trindle Road Traffic
Sporting Hill Road and Hampden Park Drive Traffic
Sporting Hill Road/Municipal Building Dr./Emerg. Svcs. Bldg. Dr. Traffic
St. John’s Church and Trindle Road Traffic
S. Sporting Hill Road and Park Street Ex-tended Traffic
Trindle Road and Central Boulevard Traffic
Trindle Road and Sheely Lane Traffic
Trindle Road and Sporting Hill Road Traffic
Trindle Road and St. John’s Church Road Traffic
Wertzville Road and Good Hope Road Traffic
Wertzville Road and Orr’s Bridge Road Traffic
Wertzville Road and Valley Road Flashing Light

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998, and by Ord. 14-01, 01/30/14)
§204. INTERSECTIONS WHERE TURN PROHIBITED ON RED SIGNAL.

The following are established as intersections where drivers of vehicles headed in the direction or directions indicated are prohibited from making a right turn (or a left turn from a one way street into another one way street) on a steady red signal:

Street Intersecting Street Direction of Trav¬el
Carlisle Pike Central Boulevard West
Central Blvd./Private Drive Carlisle Pike South (from driveway)
St. Johns Drive Carlisle Pike North

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)

§205. ONE WAY STREETS ESTABLISHED.

T he following are established as one way streets, and it shall be unlawful for any person to drive a vehicle on any one way street other than in the direction established for traffic on that street:
Street
From
To Direction
of Travel
N. 36th Street Market St. Wood St. Northbound on-ly in lane east of medial strip
Southbound only in lane west of medial strip
Shasta Way Eastbound only in lane south of medial strip
Westbound only in lane north of medial strip

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§206. TURNING AT CERTAIN INTERSECTIONS PROHIBITED OR RESTRICT-ED.

It shall be unlawful for the driver of any vehicle, of the type indicated, traveling upon the first named street at any of the following intersections, in the direction or direc¬tions indicated in each case, to make a left turn and/or a right turn into the second named street, as indicated, at any time when such a turn is prohibited by this Section:
Vehicles
Travel¬ing On

Direc¬tion
of Trav¬el

Not to Make Turn
Into
When Type of
Vehicle
Applica¬ble
To
Carlisle Pike South Left Wingate At all times All south-bound
Conodoguinet Ave. North Left Carlisle Pike At all times All west-bound
Skyport Road North Left 6101 Carlisle Pike Between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. All north-bound

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998; and as amended by Ord. 00-03, 01/27/2000, §1)
§207. RIGHT TURNS PROHIBITED AT CERTAIN INTERSECTIONS.

It shall be unlawful for the driver of any vehicle, travel¬ing upon the first named street at any of the following intersections, in the direction or directions indicated in each case, to make other than a left turn, at any time stated, both right turns and straight across traffic being prohibited:
Vehicles
Traveling On
Direc¬tion of Trav¬el

Times Not To Make Right
Turn Into or Travel
Straight Across
Reserved

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§208. U TURNS PROHIBITED AT CERTAIN LOCATIONS.

It shall be unlawful for the driver of any vehicle, travel¬ing upon any of the following portions of streets, in the direction or directions indicated for that street, to make a u turn:
Street Portion Direction of Trav¬el
(Reserved)

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)

§209. NO PASSING ZONES ESTABLISHED.

The following are established as no passing zones, and it shall be unlawful for the driver of any vehicle to overtake or pass another vehicle or to drive on the left side of the roadway in any no passing zone:
Street Direction of Travel Between
(Reserved)

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§210. THROUGH HIGHWAYS ESTABLISHED.

The following highways are established as through highways, thus authorizing stop or yield signs to be erected facing traffic approaching every intersection with the through highway except for those intersections with traffic signals, or with exceptions or modifications as in-dicated below. Every driver of a vehicle approaching a stop or yield sign authorized by this Section shall stop the vehicle or yield right of way as required by §§3323(b) or 3323(c) of the Vehicle Code, as the case may be, and shall not proceed into or across the through highway until he has followed all applicable requirements of that Section of the law:

Highway Between
Brandy Lane Salem Church to Bay Street
Carlisle Pike Lamb’s Gap Road to 35th Street
Central Boulevard Carlisle Pike to Trindle Road
Creekview Road Good Hope and Lamb’s Gap
Creekview Road Orr’s Bridge Road to Good Hope Road
Erb’s Bridge Road Skyport to N. Sporting Hill Road
Good Hope Road Erb’s Bridge Road to Wertzville Road
Hunter Drive Lamb’s Gap to Wertzville Road
Industrial Park Road St. Johns Church to Freight Street
Lamb’s Gap Road Carlisle Pike to Wertzville Road
Lamb’s Gap Road Wertzville Road to top of mountain
Orr’s Bridge Road Carlisle Pike to Wertzville Road
St. John’s Church Road Simpson Ferry Road to Carlisle Pike
Salem Church Road Carlisle Pike to Brandy Lane
Sears Run Drive Good Hope to Orr’s Bridge Road
Silver Spring Road Brackbill Boulevard to Basehore Road
Simpson Ferry Road Norway to Sheely Lane
Skyport Road Carlisle Pike to Erb’s Bridge Road
N. Sporting Hill Road Carlisle Pike to Erb’s Bridge Road
S. Sporting Hill Road Trindle Road to Carlisle Pike
Trindle Road Norway to 35th Street
Valley Road Earth Road to Mt. Zion Road
Wertzville Road Hunter Drive to Orr’s Bridge

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§211. STOP INTERSECTIONS ESTABLISHED.

The following intersections (in addition to intersections with the through highways established by §210) are estab¬lished as stop intersections, and official stop signs shall be erected (or are ratified if previously erected) in such a position as to face traffic approaching the sec-ond named street (the intersecting or through street) on the first named street (the stop street) in the direction or directions indicated for that intersection. Every driver of a vehicle approaching the intersection on the first-named or stop street, in the direction indicated in each case, shall stop the vehicle as required by §3323(b) of the Vehicle Code, and shall not proceed into or across the sec-ond¬-named or intersecting or through street until he has followed all applicable require¬ments of that Section of the law.
Stop Street Intersection
or Through Street
Direction of Trav¬el
29th Street Vine Street North and South
35th Street (N) Hawthorne Drive North
36th Street (N) Walnut Street North
36th Street (N) Kohler Place South
36th Street (N) Logan Street North and South
36th Street (N) Wood Street North
36th Street (S) Chestnut Street North and South
38th Street (S) Chestnut Street North and South
Aberdeen Court Highlander Way West
Abington Way Locust Lane North
Access Road K-Mart Parking Lot East
Ada Drive Laurel Lane East and West
Ada Drive Alberta Avenue West
Adam Lane South Deerfield Avenue East and West
Airport Drive Mountain View Road East
Addison Drive Galleon Drive East and West
Adeline Drive Smith Drive South
Alberta Avenue Florence Circle West
Alberta Avenue Kent Drive East and West
Aldersgate Circle Jerusalem Road West
Amherst Court Rivendale Boulevard West
Anthony Drive Kent Drive East
Anthony Drive Anthony Drive West
Antilles Court Galleon Drive North
Antilles Court Mercury Drive East and West (2)
Apache Drive Cherokee Drive West (2)
Appletree Lane Ridgewood Drive East
Appletree Lane Ridgewood Drive South
Armitage Way Mountainview Road North
Augusta Drive Grandon Way West
Balmoral Court Highlander Way West
Barbara Drive South Deerfield Avenue East (2)
Barnstaple Road Saffron Drive South
Barnstaple Road Wansford Road North
Baron Court Gateway Drive East
Baron Court Van Patten Drive West
Basehore Road Salem Church Road East
Battersea Parkway Charing Cross North
Battersea Parkway Haymarket Way South
Baythorne Drive Chelmsford Drive West and East
Bearcreek Drive Copper Creek Road West
Bearcreek Drive Crystal Creek Circle West
Beaver Drive Indian Creek West
Beaver Drive Shasta Way North
Bedford Drive N. 36th St. West
Beechcliff Road St. Johns Drive North East
Beech Run Lane Golfview Drive North
Beech Run Lane Florence Circle East
Beech Run Lane Kent Drive East & West
Bellows Drive Orr’s Bridge Road West
Bennington Road Yorktowne Road and Locust Lane West
Bentley Road Tiverton Road East
Bentley Road Waterford Way West
Berkley Drive Westover Drive West
Berkley Drive Stephens Crossing Drive South
Berkshire Lane Brandy Lane South
Beverly Lane Kent Drive West
Billingsgate Edgeware Road East
Blackfriars Way Edgeware Road South
Blackfriars Way Charing Cross North
Bladestone Trail Run Cross Lane South
Blue Mountain Trail Lamb’s Gap Road West
Bonnyrigg Court Dalkieth Drive East
Brackbill Boulevard Silver Spring Road West
Brackbill Boulevard Salem Church Road East
Brian Road Charles Road West
Brian Road Thomas Drive East and West
Briarwood Court Briarwood Lane North
Briarwood Lane Mandy Lane West
Briarwood Lane Countryside Lane East
Bridle Lane Springhouse Road West
Brigade Road Caissons Court North
Brigantine Court Addison Drive North
Brigantine Court Galleon Drive South
Brighton Lane West Coventry Lane West
Brighton Lane East Coventry Lane East
Brookridge Road Willcliff Drive East
Brook Road Foxcroft Drive West and South
Brookhollow Drive Creekbend Drive East and West
Brookhollow Drive Salem Church Road East
Bryce Road East Lauer Lane East
Bryce Road St. Johns Drive North West
Caissons Court Gleim Drive and Glem Court West
Calvert Drive Stroup Circle East
Cambridge Boulevard Brewster Drive West
Candle Light Drive Orr’s Bridge Road West
Caribou Court Mountainview Road North
Carriage House Drive Conestoga Road North and South
Carriage House Drive (N & S) Lamp Post Lane East (2 different signs)
Cedar Lane Aspen Lane North
Cedar Lane Springtree Court South
Cedar Lane Westbury Drive East
Cedar Lane Westbury Drive North and South
Charing Cross Edgeware Road West
Charing Cross Skyport Road East
Charing Cross Haymarket Way East & West
Charing Cross Moorgate East & West
Charing Cross Battersea Parkway East & West
Charles Road Brian Road North
Charles Road Delbrook Road North & South
Charles Road Virginia Road West and East
Charles Road Thomas Drive West
Chelmsford Drive Chippenham Road East
Chelsen Cross Windsor Road East
Cherokee Drive Fox Drive East
Cherokee Drive Seneca Drive North and South
Cherokee Drive Huron Drive North and South
Cherokee Drive Sioux Drive North and South
Cherokee Drive Pawnee Drive North and South
Cherokee Drive Shasta Way North and South
Cherokee Drive Pawnee Drive North and South
Cherylbrooke Drive Brookridge Drive West
Chesterfield Lane Berkshire Lane West
Chesterfield Lane Linden Street East
Chestnut Avenue N. Clearview Drive East & West
Chestnut Avenue Hampden Avenue South
Chestnut Avenue St. John’s Drive East
Chestnut Street Maple Avenue East & West
Chestnut Street Conodoguinet Avenue East & West
Chestnut Street S. 35th Street East
Chestnut Street S. 36th Street East and West
Chestnut Street S. 38th Street East and West
Chestnut Street S. 39th Street West
Chestnut Street Oak Avenue East and West
Chippenham Road Golfview Drive South
Chloe Lane Adeline Drive West
Church Street Oak Avenue East and West
Church Street S. 39th St. East
Claridge Circle Pellingham Circle East
Claverton Road Chelmsford Drive West
Claverton Road Chippenham Road East
Clearview Drive (E) Hampden Avenue North and South
Clearview Drive (N) W. Clearview Drive West
Club House Drive Club House Drive West
Club House Drive Orr’s Bridge Road East
Collingdale Circle Wallingford Way South
Colony Road Old Federal Road North
Colony Road Gale Road South
Colony Road (W) Colony Road East
Colony Road (W) Gale Road West
Concord Road Yorktown Road East and West
Concord Road Bennington Road East
Conestoga Road Carriage House Drive East and West
Conestoga Road Lamp Post Lane East
Conestoga Road Orr’s Bridge Road West
Conodoguinet Avenue Chestnut Street North and South
Conodoguinet Avenue Park Street North and South
Copper Kettle Road Orr’s Bridge Road West
Copper Kettle Road Lamp Post Lane East
Coppercreek Drive Crystal Creek Circle North and South
Coppercreek Drive Silvercreek Drive North
Coppercreek Drive Creekview Road South
Countryside Court Mandy Lane South
Countryside Lane Foxcroft Drive East
Countryside Lane Foxcroft Drive East (2 signs @ Y)
Courtland Street S. Clearview Drive South
Courtland Street Hampden Avenue East
Creekbend Drive Brookhollow Drive North and South
Creekbend Drive Creekbend Drive South
Creekside Lane Eastgate Drive West
Creekview Road Good Hope Road West (State sign)
Creekview Road Orr’s Bridge Road East
Croghans Lane Westover Drive East
Crooked Stick Drive Grandon Way West
Crosswick Drive Ryland Drive West
Crystal Creek Circle (N) Coppercreek Road West
Crystal Creek Circle (S) Coppercreek Road West
Dalkeith Drive Aldersgate Circle South
Dalkeith Drive Inverness Drive North
Darius Drive Brigade Road East
Darius Drive Caissons Court North
Dartmoor Drive Orr’s Bridge Road West
Dartmoor Drive Chelmsford Drive East
David Drive Francis Drive North
David Drive Joshua Road South
Debra Road Delbrook Road South
Debra Road Charles Road North
Deerfield Avenue Skyport Road South
Deerfield Avenue (N) Maypole Drive North
Deerfield Avenue (N) Woodcrest Drive North
Deerfield Avenue (S) Woodcrest Drive North and South
Deerfield Avenue (S) Joshua Drive North and South
Delbrook Court Delbrook Road North
Delbrook Road Manor Drive East and West
Delbrook Road Kay Road East and West
Delbrook Road St. Marks Road East
Delbrook Road Sporting Hill Road West
Delbrook Road Virginia Road East and West
Deubler Road Old Federal Road North
Devereaux Lane Chelsen Cross North
Devereaux Lane Charlton Way South
Dewey Lane Reed Lane South
Dogwood Court Briarwood Lane North
Donald Street Carlisle Pike North
Donald Street William Drive North
Dorchester Road East Coventry Lane North
Dorset Drive Claverton Road North
Dorset Drive Chippenham Road East
Downing Place Westover Drive West
Drummer Lane Gunstock Lane West
Drummer Lane Musket Lane East and West
Drummer Lane East Powderhorn Road East
Duebler Road Colony Road South
Dunlin Court Cross Creek Drive West (2)
Dwayne Avenue Florence Circle West
Dwayne Avenue Kent Drive East
East Clearview Drive Chestnut Avenue North
Eastgate Drive (N) St. John’s Drive West
Eastgate Drive (S) St. John’s Drive West
East Lauer Lane Northgate Drive North
Eagles Ridge Lane Westbury Drive West
Eaglesmoor Lane Pellingham Circle North
Eastgate Drive St. Johns Drive North West
Edgeware Road Battersea Parkway South
Edward Drive Kevin Road East and West
Edward Drive Ronald Drive East
Edward Drive Skyport Road West
Egret Court Cross Creek Drive West (2)
Eldendeen Terrace Inverness Drive South
Elindeen Terrace Silvercreek Drive North
Eliza Way Adeline Drive East
Ellen Road Colony Road South
Ellen Road Old Federal Road North
Emeritus Driveway Grandon Way North
Emilridge Drive Brookridge Drive West
Emilridge Drive Willshire Drive East
Englewood Court Cedar Lane East
Fairfield Street Glenwood Street South
Falkstone Drive King Arthur Court West
Fawn Meadow Lane Greenbriar Lane West
Fawn Meadow Lane Longwood Lane East
Flint Drive West Powderhorn Road East
Florence Circle Beech Run Lane North
Florence Circle Beech Run Lane North
Forrest Drive Berkshire Lane West
Forrest Drive Linden Street East and West
Forrest Drive Salem Church Road East
Fox Drive Shasta Way North
Fox Drive Cherokee Drive South
Foxcroft Drive (N) Brentwater Road (E. Penn Twp.) East
Foxcroft Drive (S) Brentwater Road (E. Penn Twp.) East
Foxtail Court Pinehurst Way East
Francis Drive Joshua Road North and South
Francis Drive South Deerfield Avenue West
Francis Drive South Deerfield Avenue East and West
Franklin Avenue Florence Circle West
Franklin Avenue Kent Drive East
Freight Street Industrial Park Road North
Friars Court Westover Drive West
Gale Road Penn Ayr Road East and West
Gale Road Fairway Drive North
Galleon Drive Mercury Drive East and West
Galleon Drive Montego Court East
General Couch Circle Signal Hill Drive West
General Jenkins Drive Signal Hill Drive West
General Knipe Circle Signal Hill Drive North
Gleim Court Caissons Court North
Gleim Drive Caissons Court South
Gleim Drive Valley Road North
Golfview Drive Kent Drive East
Golfview Drive Orr’s Bridge Road West
Golfview Road Penn Ayr Road West
Good Hope Road (North) Pellinham Circle North
Governors Glen Orr’s Bridge Road East
Governors Glen Carrington Court (E) West
Grandon Court Grandon Way East
Graystone Manor Drive Countryside Lane East
Green Street S. 35th Street East
Green Street S. 36th Street West
Greenbriar Lane Heatherwood Court North
Greenbriar Lane Huntington Commons South
Greenwich Drive Stephens Crossing South
Greenwich Drive Westover Drive North
Gunstock Lane Musket Lane North
Gunstock Lane West Powderhorn Road South
Hampden Avenue E. Clearview Drive East and West
Hampden Avenue N. Clearview Drive North and South
Hampden Salem Park Salem Church Road West (2 stops)
Hampden Township Pool Parking Lot Hampden Park Drive East
Harness Lane Orr’s Bridge Road West
Havenwood Court Grandon Way South
Hawthorne Drive N. 36th St. West
Haymarket Way Charing Cross North
Haymarket Way Battersea Parkway East and West
Haymarket Way Salem Church Road West
Haymarket Way Newgate Court East and West
Haywood Drive Stroup Circle West
Hearthstone Road Orr’s Bridge Road West
Heatherington Way Pellingham Circle South
Heron Court Cross Creek Drive West (2)
High Hollow Windsor Road North (2)
Highlander Way Inverness Drive South
Highlander Way Inverness Drive West
Hill Lane McDonald Drive South
Hill Lane Lenker Street South
Holly Drive Logan Street South
Hopi Drive Sioux Drive South
Hopi Drive Huron Drive East
Horsham Drive Golfview Drive West
Horsham Drive Kent Drive East
Hume Lane Log Cabin Trail North
Hunters Ridge Drive Mountainview Road North
Huntington Commons Westbury Drive South
Huron Drive Cherokee Drive West
Huron Drive Sioux Drive East
Ichabod Court Cherokee Drive South
Indian Creek Drive Beaver Drive North and South
Indian Creek Drive Fox Drive West
Indian Creek Drive Pawnee Drive West
Indian Creek Drive Shasta Way North and South
Inverness Drive Aldersgate Circle South
Inverness Drive Silvercreek Drive North
Iroquois Way Pawnee Drive North
Iroquois Way Shasta Way South
Jacob Lane Barbara Drive North
Jacob Lane Barbara Drive West
Jeffrey Road William Drive North
Jennifer Circle Francis Drive South (2)
Jerusalem Road Creekview Road South
Jerusalem Road Locust Lane North and South
Jerusalem Road Rivendale Boulevard North
Jerusalem Road Silver Creek Road North and South
Joel Drive Barbara Drive North
Joel Drive Joshua Road North and South
Joshua Drive South Deerfield Avenue East and West
Joshua Road Barbara Drive West
Joyce Road Golfview Road South
Kay Road Delbrook Road South
Kay Road Charles Road North
Keith Road Delbrook Road South
Keith Road Virginia Road North
Kent Drive Beech Run Lane North and South
Kent Drive Golfview Drive North and South
Kent Drive Florence Drive West
Kent Drive Weymouth Drive North and South
Kentwood Drive Deerfield Avenue East
Kentwood Drive Woodcrest Drive West
Kentwood Drive Strathmore Drive East and West
Kevin Road Carlisle Pike South
King Arthur Court Leyland Drive North
King Arthur Court Saffron Drive South
Kings Circle Kings Circle East
Kings Circle Pamay Drive North
Kohler Place N. 36th Street East
Kittatiny Drive Mountainview Road South
Kittatiny Drive Tussey Court East
Lamp Post Lane Carriage House Drive North and South
Lamp Post Lane Copper Kettle Road North and South
Lamp Post Lane Harness Lane North and South
Lamp Post Lane Lantern Drive North and South
Lamp Post Lane Orr’s Bridge Road West
Lantern Drive Orr’s Bridge Road West
Lauer Lane (E) St. Johns Drive West
Lauer Lane (W – north end) St. Johns Drive East
Lauer Lane (W – south end) St. Johns Drive East
Laurel Lane Beech Run Lane North
Laurel Lane Ada Drive North and South
Laurel Valley Lane Wertzville Road East
Lawncrest Drive Locust Lane South
Lawncrest Drive Wallingford Way North
Lenker Street Lighthouse Drive East
Leyland Drive Wedgewood Way West
Lighthouse Drive Hill Lane North
Lighthouse Drive McDonald Drive North and South
Lincoln Drive N. 36th Street West
Linden Street Forrest Drive North and South
Linden Street Brandy Lane South
Little Run Road Gale Road East and West
Locust Lane Jerusalem Road East
Locust Lane Jerusalem Road East
Locust Lane Lawncrest Drive East
Locust Lane Valleybrook Drive East and West
Locust Street Norway Street West
Logan Court N. 36th Street East
Logan Street N. 36th Street West
Log Cabin Trail Run Cross Lane West
Longwood Lane Aspen Lane South
Lookout Drive Signal Hill Drive East
Lowes Parking Lot Carlisle Pike North
Lowes Parking Lot Van Patten Drive East
Ludgate Court Haymarket Way South
Lynndale Court Basehore Road North
Mandy Court Mandy Lane West
Mandy Lane Foxcroft Drive South
Manor Drive Delbrook Road North
Manor Drive Trindle Road South
Maple Avenue Chestnut Street North and South
Margaret Court Barbara Drive West
Margo Road Mandy Lane East and West
Marlton Road Locust Lane South
Marlton Road Wallingford Way North
Maybelle Court Monterey Drive West
Maypole Drive Deerfield Avenue West
Maypole Drive Meadowbrook Drive East
Maywood Court Galleon Drive North and South
McDonald Drive Lighthouse Drive West
Meadow Lane Foxcroft Drive South
Meadowbrook Drive Maypole Drive North and South
Meadowbrook Drive (N end) Deerfield Avenue West
Meadowbrook Drive (S end) Deerfield Avenue West
Memory Lane (N) Orr’s Bridge Road West
Memory Lane (S) Orr’s Bridge Road South
Mendenhall Drive Brewster Drive West
Mercury Drive Lamb’s Gap Road West and South
Millbank Drive Skyport Road East
Millennium Way Valley Road North
Montego Court Mercury Drive North
Montrose Circle Sommerton Drive South
Moorgate Court Charing Cross North
Motter Lane Hillcrest Road East
Motter Lane St. Johns Road North West
Motter Lane St. Johns Drive East and West
Mountain Pine Drive Montery Drive South
Mountain Pine Drive Pinehurst Way South
Mountainside Way Run Cross Lane South
Mountain View Road Roth Lane East
Mountain View Road Orr’s Bridge Road West and East
Mountain View Road Sullivan Street East and West
Mountainview Road Technology Parkway West
Mt. Zion Road Valley Road East and West
Murfield Place Inverness Drive West
Murfield Place Highlander Way West
Musket Lane East Powderhorn Road South
Newbold Lane Charlton Way South
Newbold Lane Chelsen Cross North
Newgate Court Haymarket Way South
Newtown Circle Valleybrook Drive North
North Clearview Drive Chestnut Street South
Northgate Drive St. Johns Drive North West
Northwood Circle Westover Drive West
Norwich Drive Lamb’s Gap Road West
Oak Avenue Chestnut Street North and South
Oak Avenue Church Street North and South
Oak Avenue Park Circle North and South
Oakmont Green Grandon Way East
Oakwood Circle Park Street North
Old Farm Road Penn Ayr Road East
Old Federal Road Penn Ayr Road East
Old Federal Road Gale Road West
Old Pioneer Road Penn Ayr Road East
Old Pioneer Road Gale Road West
Old Silver Spring Road Silver Spring Road North
Osage Way Sioux Drive West
Oxbow Drive Orr’s Bridge Road West
Packard Lane Reeser Road West
Packard Lane St. Johns Drive North East
Pamay Drive Chippenham Road South
Pamay Drive Kings Circle East
Pamay Drive Orr’s Bridge Road West
Pamela’s Lane (E) Stephens Crossing East
Pamela’s Lane (W) Stephens Crossing East
Park Circle Oak Avenue West
Parking Lot Gateway Drive West
Parking Lot Access Road Jeffrey Road East and West
Park Street Conodoguinet Avenue East and West
Park Street Maple Avenue East and West
Partridge Court Cherokee Drive South
1900 Patriot Drive Driveway Patriot Drive Southeast
Patriot Drive
(at cul-de-sac entrance) Patriot Drive North
Patriot Drive Technology Parkway East
Pawnee Drive Cherokee Drive West
Pawnee Drive Iroquois Way North and South
Pawnee Drive Osage Way North and South
Pelham Drive St. Johns Drive North East and West
Pellingham Circle Heatherington Way West
Penn Ayr Road Gale Road North and South
Penn Ayr Road Little Run Road North
Penn Ayr Road Wood Street South
Penn Ayr Road Old Federal Road North and South
Penn Ayr Road Golfview Road North and South
Pennsboro Drive Berkley Drive East
Peregrine Way Lambs Gap Road East
Pickett Lane Run Cross Lane North
Pinehurst Way Mountain Pine Drive West
Powderhorn Road (W) Gunstock Lane East
Princeton Road Concord Road South
Princeton Road Bennington Road North
Public Works Driveway Technology Parkway North
Quakers Path Windsor Road West
Quakers Path Chelsen Cross East
Ramrod Drive Creekview Road South
Red Spruce Lane Montery Drive East and South
Redwood Court Mandy Lane West
Reed Lane Shaull Road West
Reeser Road St. Johns Drive East and West
Reeser Road Packard Lane North and South
Regiment Boulevard Brigade Road East
Revere Drive Rivendale Boulevard South
Richard Road William Drive North
Richard Road Carlisle Pike South
Ridgeland Boulevard Orr’s Bridge Road East
Ridgeland Boulevard Brookridge Drive West
Ridgewood Drive Beverly Lane North
Robert Drive Jeffrey Road East
Robert Drive Kevin Road West
Rodney Lane East Lauer Lane East
Rodney Lane St. Johns Drive North West
Ronald Road Robert Drive South
Ronald Road William Drive North
Roth Farm Village Circle Roth Farm Village Circle North and East
Roth Farm Village Circle Roth Lane South
Roth Lane Orr’s Bridge Road East
Roth Lane Mountainview Road North
Roth Lane W.W.T.P. Roth Lane North
Round Hill Road Penn Ayr Road West
Rufus King Court Brigade Road East
Run Cross Lane Lamb’s Gap Road West
Ryland Drive Locust Lane North
Ryland Drive Valleybrook Drive South
Saffron Drive Pamay Drive South
Salem Park Circle Salem Church Road East
Sand Pine Court Red Spruce Lane North
Sanderling Boulevard Cross Creek Drive South
Sanderling Boulevard Windsor Road North
Sandpiper Court Cross Creek Drive East (2)
Sarah Court Barbara Drive North
Saratoga Road Concord Road East
Sawgrass Lane Crokked Stick Drive West (2)
Scenery Drive Glenwood Street South
Sears Run Road Salmon Road East and South
Sears Run Road (N end) Orr’s Bridge Road North
Sears Run Road (S end) Orr’s Bridge Road South
Seltzer Court Sullivan Street South
Seneca Drive Sioux Drive East
Seneca Drive Pawnee Drive West
Shasta Way Beaver Drive East
Shasta Way Cherokee Drive West
Shasta Way Indian Creek Drive East
Shaull Road Reed Lane North
Shetland Court Highlander Way South
Shiremont Drive Ridgeland Boulevard North and South
Shiremont Drive Brookridge Drive South
Shiremont Drive Willcliff Drive North
Shireton Place Pellingham Circle East (2)
Signal Hill Drive Signal Hill Drive West
Signal Hill Drive Smith Drive South
Silverbrook Drive Tavistock Road East
Silver Pine Circle (E) Pinehurst Way North
Silver Pine Circle (W) Pinehurst Way North
Silvercreek Drive Jerusalem Road East and West
Simie Street Brondle Boulevard East
Simie Street Salem Church Road West
Simie Street Wingate Drive West
Sioux Drive Cherokee Drive West
Sioux Drive Huron Drive West and East
Sioux Drive Pawnee Drive East
Skyview Court Summit Way South
South Deerfield Avenue Erb’s Bridge Road East
South Deerfield Avenue Francis Drive North and South
Sporting Hill School Elementary Access Road Hampden Park Drive North
Spring House Lane Bellows Drive North
Spring House Lane Lanterns Drive North and South
Spring House Lane Orr’s Bridge Road West
St. Andrews Court Grandown Way South
St. James Court Stephens Crossing South
St. James Court Westover Drive East and West
St. Johns Drive East Gate Drive North and South
St. Johns Drive E. Lauer Lane South
St. Johns Drive W. Lauer Lane (N. end) North
St. Johns Drive Market Street North and South
St. Johns Drive Reeser Road North and South
St. Johns Drive (S) Chestnut Street South
St. Marks Road Charles Road North
St. Marks Road Trindle Road South (State)
Stailey Circle St. Johns Road North East
Stanford Court Stephens Crossing South
Stephens Crossing Berkley Drive East and West
Stephens Crossing White Hill Drive East and West
Stephens Crossing Westover Drive North and South
Stephens Crossing Skyport Road East and West
Stephens Crossing Skyport Road East
Sterling Street Industrial Park Road North
Stonecrest Lane Creekbend Drive South
Strathmore Drive Deerfield Avenue East
Strathmore Drive Kentwood Drive North and South
Strathmore Drive Woodcrest Drive North
Stroup Circle Mountainview Road South
Sullivan Street Mountain View Road West
Summit Way Creekview Road South
Summit Way Summit Way East
Susan Road Joyce Road West
Swindon Lane Wansford Road West
Tamar Road Silver Brook Drive North
Tamar Road Trayer Lane South
Tanwood Court Mandy Lane West
Tavistock Road Trayer Lane South
2020 Technology Parkway Driveway Patriot Drive West
Terminal Street Industrial Park Road North
Terrace Road Skyport Road South
Thomas Drive Brian Drive North
Timber Chase Drive Mountainview Road North
Timber Brook Drive Mountainview Road North
Timber View Drive Mountainview Road North
Tiverton Road Saffron Drive North
Tiverton Road Golfview Drive South
Tunbridge Lane Barnstaple Road North
Tunbridge Lane Weymouth Drive North and South
Tunbridge Lane Wansford Road South
Tussey Court Mountainview Road South
Township Building Parking Lot Front of Building Township Building Parking Lot South
Township Building Parking Lot Rear of Building Township Building Parking Lot South
Valleybrook Drive Locust Lane North
Valleybrook Drive Ryland Drive East
Van Patten Drive Gateway Drive South
Vine Street S. 39th Street West
Virginia Road Charles Road South
Virginia Road Thomas Drive East
Walnut Street N. 35th Street West and East
Walnut Street N. 36th Street West
Wansford Road Weymouth Drive North and South
Wansford Road Tiverton Road South
Wedgewood Way Mountain View Road North
Westbury Drive Cedar Lane East and West
West Lauer Lane St. Johns Drive North East
Wansford Road Falkstone Drive North
Warleigh Way Tamar Road West
Warleigh Way Tavistock Road East
Westbury Drive Wertzville Road South
West Circle St. Johns Drive North East
Westfield Court Alberta Avenue East
Westover Drive Berkley Drive East and West
Westover Drive Croghans Lane East and West
Westover Drive Skyport Road East
Westover Drive Stephens Crossing West
Waterleaf Court Mercury Drive South (2)
Weymouth Drive Kent Drive East
Weymouth Drive Saffron Drive West
Whitehill Drive Stephens Crossing West
Whitehill Drive Berkley Drive East
Whitehill Drive Stephen’s Crossing West
Whitehill Drive Berkley Drive East
Whitetail Crossing Reed Lane North
Wild Orchid Lane Laurel Valley Lane South
Willcliff Drive Ridgeland Boulevard North and South
William Drive Jeffery Road East and West
William Drive Kevin Road West
Willshire Drive Ridgeland Boulevard South
Winfield Drive St. Johns Drive West
Winfield Road East Lauer Lane East
Winthrop Avenue Rivendale Boulevard North and West
Woodcrest Drive Deerfield Avenue East
Woodcrest Lane St. Johns Drive West
Woodley Drive Augusta Drive South
Woodley Drive Grandon Way North
Woodstream Way Log Cabin Trail North
Wynnwood Court Eagles Ridge Lane South
Yorktown Road S. Concord Road South
Yorktown Road N. Concord Road North and South
Yorktown Road Locust Lane North

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998; as amended by Ord. 04-01, 02/26/2004, §1; by Ord. 07-05, 02/01/2007, §1, by Ord.08-06, 05/29/2008, §1; by Ord. 08-08, 08/28/2008, §1., by Ord. 12-07, 09/26/2012, by Ord. 13-10, 10/30/2013, by Ord. 14-06, 03/27/2014)
§212. YIELD INTERSECTIONS ESTABLISHED.

The following intersections (in addition to intersections with the through highways established by §210) are estab¬lished as yield intersections, and official yield signs shall be erected (or are ratified if previously erected) in such a position as to face traffic approaching the sec-ond named street (the through street) on the first named street (the yield street) in the direc-tion or directions indicated for that intersection. Every driver of a vehicle approaching the intersection on the first named or yield street, in the direction indicated in each case, shall slow down or stop the vehicle as required by §3323(c) of the Vehicle Code, and then yield the right of way as required by that subsection of the Vehicle Code.

Yield Street Through Street Direction of Trav¬el
Countryside Lane Countryside Lane West

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§213. OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES RESTRICTED ON PUBLIC LANDS.

No motor vehicle including but not limited to, a motorcycle or minibike shall be operated on any property owned by the Township or any other public agency or instrumentali¬ty within the Township without the permission of the property owner and a permit from the Township Man-ager.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)

§214. ROTARY TRAFFIC ISLANDS ESTABLISHED.

The following locations are designated as rotary traffic islands, and every vehicle passing around a rotary traffic island shall be driven only to the right of the island:
Location
(Reserved)

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§215. PLAY HIGHWAYS ESTABLISHED AND AUTHORIZED.

1. The following areas upon the streets in the Township are established as play highways:

Street Between Days Hours
(Reserved)

2. The Chief of Police is authorized to designate as play highways, whenever he deems that action advisable, and for whatever period of time directed by him, any part of any street in the Township where sledding and coasting, shall be permitted. That play highway shall be set apart for the purpose under the direction of the Chief of Police.

3. No person shall drive any motor vehicle upon any play highway at any time when that street shall be designated as a play highway, except in case of emergency, with special permission of the Chief of Police or of the police officer in charge, who shall first clear that play highway of all persons using it for the purpose for which it was set aside. Any person who violates any provision of this subsection shall, upon conviction, be sentenced to pay a fine of $25 and costs.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§216. SNOWMOBILE ROADS DESIGNATED.

1. The following roads and streets within the Township are designated as special snowmo-bile roads:

Street or Road

Between Used by Snow-
mo¬biles
Only When
Closed to
Vehicular Traffic
Shared With
Vehicular Traffic
(Reserved)

2. It shall be unlawful for any person to operate a snowmobile on any highway, street or road in the Township other than as provided above. Provided, nothing in this Section shall prohibit any person from operating a snowmobile on any other street in the Town-ship:

A. As authorized by §7721 of the Vehicle Code for emergency and bridge crossings and for direct crossing of streets or two lane highways; or,

B. For special snowmobile events where authorized in advance and the street is blocked off as provided in §7723 of the Vehicle Code. Any person who violates any provision of this Section shall be subject to the penalties prescribed in §7752(a) of the Vehicle Code.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
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PART 3

RESTRICTIONS ON SIZE, WEIGHT AND TYPE OF VEHICLE AND LOAD
§301. VEHICLE WEIGHT LIMITS ESTABLISHED ON CERTAIN STREETS AND BRIDGES.

1. On the following bridges and streets or parts of streets, by authority granted by §4902(a) of the Vehicle Code, it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to drive any vehicle or combination having a gross weight in excess of the maximum prescribed below for that bridge or street or part of street, as the case may be:

Street or Bridge Between Maximum Gross Weight
Creekview Road From intersection with Good Hope Road to inter¬sec¬tion with Orr’s Bridge Road 12,000 lbs.
Erb’s Bridge Road Entire length 16,000 lbs.
Hunter Drive From intersection with Lamb’s Gap Road to inter¬sec¬tion with Wertzville Road 16,000 lbs.
Jerusalem Road North of Locust Lane 16,000 lbs.
Orr’s Bridge Road Entire length 16,000 lbs.
Sears Run Road Entire length 12,000 lbs.
Skyport Road Entire length 16,000 lbs.
Smith Drive Lamb’s Gap Road to house no. 5490 Posted

2. Any person who violates any provision of this Section shall be prosecuted under §§4902-(a) and 4902(g 1) of the Vehicle Code, and, upon conviction, shall be sentenced to pay a fine of $150 plus $150 for each 500 pounds, or part thereof, in excess of 3,000 pounds over the maximum allowable weight, and costs.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§302. RESTRICTIONS ON SIZE OF VEHICLES ON CERTAIN STREETS AND BRIDGES.

1. On the following bridges and streets or parts of streets, by authority granted by §4902(a) of the Vehicle Code, it shall be unlawful for any person to drive any vehicle or combina-tion in violation of the size restrictions prescribed below for that bridge or street or part of street:

Street or Bridge Between Restrictions
(Reserved)

2. Any person who violates any provision of this Section shall be prosecuted under §§4902(a) and 4902(g 1) of the Vehicle Code, and, upon conviction, shall be sentenced to pay a fine of $75 and costs.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§303. RESTRICTIONS AS TO WEIGHT AND SIZE OF VEHICLES ON CERTAIN STREETS AND BRIDGES.

1. By reason of hazardous traffic conditions and other safety factors, by authority granted by §4902(b) of the Vehicle Code, it shall be unlawful for any person to drive any vehicle or combination in violation of the restriction prescribed below for that bridge or street or part of street.

Street or Bridge Between Restrictions
(Reserved)

2. Any person who violates any provision of this Section shall be prosecuted under §§4902(b) and 4902(g 1) of the Vehicle Code, and, upon conviction, shall be sentenced to pay a fine of not less than $25 and not more than $100 and costs.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§304. TRUCK TRAFFIC RESTRICTED ON CERTAIN STREETS.

It shall be unlawful for any person to drive a vehicle other than a passenger car on any of the following streets or parts of streets:

Street Between
Berkshire Lane
Brandy Lane Between Salem Church Road and Hampden Township line
Cannon Drive
Chesterfield Lane
Chestnut Avenue
Chestnut Street
Church Street
E. Clearview Drive
N. Clearview Drive
S. Clearview Drive
W. Clearview Drive
Concord Drive
Conodoguinet Avenue
Creekview Road
Creekview Road Between Lamb’s Gap Road and Good Hope Road
Creekwood Drive
Deerfield Avenue
Delbrook Road
Donald Street
Erbs Bridge Road
Fetrow Drive
Forrest Drive
Foxcroft Drive
Green Street
Hampden Avenue
Jeffery Road
Kevin Road
Lambs Gap Road (T-602) Between Wertzville Road (Pa. Route 944) and the Hampden Township line.
Light House Drive
Manor Drive
Maple Avenue
McDonald Drive
Oak Avenue
Orr’s Bridge Road
Park Street
Penn Ayr Road
Randall Road
Richard Road
Royal Oak Road
Salem Church Road Between Brandy Lane and For¬rest Drive
Basehore Road and Carlisle Pike
Shasta Way
Simie Street
Skyport Road
St. John Drive
St. Mark’s Road
Wingate Drive Carlisle Pike and Simie Street
35th Street
36th Street
38th Street
39th Street

Provided: nothing in this Section shall prohibit any person from driving an emergency vehicle on any of those streets or parts of streets, or from driving on any of those streets or parts of streets a truck or other commercial vehicle making local deliveries to or pickups from premises located along that street or part of a street.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998; as amended by Ord. 02-07, 11/06/2002, §1, and by Ord. 12-06, 09/26/2012)

§305. ENGINE BRAKE RETARDER EQUIPMENT.

1. Title. This Part shall be known as the Engine Brake Retarder Ordinance of Hampden Township.

2. Definitions. Engine Brake Retarder Equipment shall mean compression release engine braking systems used on gasoline powered or diesel engines manufactured under various trade names.

3. Findings. The Board of Commissioners has determined that the use of Engine Brake Retarder Equipment creates excessive noise, and is otherwise detrimental to public health, safety and welfare, and is therefore declared a public nuisance.

4. Prohibition. The use of Brake Retarder Equipment is here prohibited upon all Township-owned streets or parts of streets and the following state-owned streets or parts of streets as shown on the attached diagram:

SR 0944 Wertzville Road From Good Hope Road (Segment 0570/0000)
To Lambs Gap Road (Segment 0540/1995)
SR 1011 Silver Spring Road From the Mechanicsburg Borough line Seg-ment 0020/0866) to the Silver Spring Township line (Segment 0060/2264) ascending (east) side only
SR 1013 Sporting Hill Road From Trindle Road (Segment 0010-0000) to the Car-lisle Pike (Segment 0030/0000)
SR 0641 Trindle Road From Mechanicsburg Borough Line Seg-ment 0670/0599 to the Camp Hill Borough Line (Segment 0140/1723)
SR 1021 Central Boulevard Entire length
SR 2014 Simpson Ferry Road From Old Gettysburg Road (Segment 0131/0682) to the Shiremanstown Borough Line (Segment 0110-0910) and from the Shiremanstown Borough Line (Seg-ment 0090/1827) to the Mechanicsburg Borough Line (Segment 0660/0000) descending (north) side only
SR 2021 Sheely Lane From Simpson Ferry Road (Segment 0070/0000) to Trindle Road (Segment 0070/1524)
SR 2025 Railroad Avenue From the Shiremanstown Borough Line (Seg-ment 0050/0683) to Trindle Road (Seg-ment 0050/2715)

5. Exceptions. The prohibition of this Part shall not apply to emergency vehicles while responding to an emergency, nor to any vehicle in time of imminent danger or distress.

6. Signage. The Township shall provide public notice of this prohibition by erecting and maintaining signage in accordance with applicable regulations of the Pennsylvania De-partment of Transportation.

7. Enforcement and Penalties. Any person who violates any provision of this Section shall be prosecuted hereunder and, upon conviction before a District Justice having jurisdic-tion, shall be sentenced to pay a fine of not more than five-hundred dollars ($500), plus costs of prosecution and counsel fees, if applicable, and in default in the payment thereof, shall be sentenced to imprisonment for a period of not more than five (5) days.

(Ord. 02-09, 11/06/2002, §I-VII, and by Ord.13-06, 08/29/2013)
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PART 4

GENERAL PARKING REGULATIONS
§401. VEHICLES TO BE PARKED WITHIN MARKED SPACES.

Wherever a space is marked off on any street for the parking of an individual vehicle, every vehicle parked there shall be parked wholly within the lines bounding that space, and it shall be a violation of this Part for any person to park a vehicle or allow it to remain parked otherwise.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§402. GENERAL PARKING PROHIBITIONS.

Except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or to protect the safety of any person or vehicle or in compliance with law or the directions of a police officer or official traffic control device, no person shall:

1. Park a vehicle at any place where official signs prohibit standing or parking.

2. Park a vehicle on private property without the consent of the owner or other per-son in control or possession of the property except in the case of emergency or disablement of the vehicle in which case the operator shall arrange for the removal of the vehicle as soon as possible.

3. Park a vehicle on the roadway side of any vehicle stopped or parked at the edge or curb of a street, except that a pedalcycle may be parked on the roadway abreast of another pedacycle or pedalcycles near the side of the roadway at any location where parking is allowed.

4. Park a vehicle on a sidewalk, except that a pedalcycle may be parked on a sidewalk, unless otherwise prohibited if it does not impede the normal and reasonable movement or pedestrian or other traffic.

5. Park a vehicle on a crosswalk.

6. Park a vehicle upon a two-way highway with the left-hand wheels nearest the curb, i.e., park against traffic.

7. Park a vehicle in front of a public or private driveway.

8. Park a vehicle within twenty (20) feet of the driveway entrance to any fire station or, when properly sign posted, on the side of a street opposite the entrance to any fire station within seventy-five (75) feet of the entrance.
9. Park a vehicle within fifteen (15) feet of a fire hydrant.

10. Park a vehicle alongside or opposite any street excavation or obstruction when parking would obstruct traffic.

11. Park a vehicle within thirty (30) feet upon the approach to any flashing signal stop sign, yield sign or traffic control signal located at the side of a roadway.

12. Park a vehicle within twenty (20) feet of a crosswalk at an intersection.

13. Park a vehicle within an intersection.

14. Park a vehicle with its side wheels more than twelve (12) inches from the curb or, in the absence of a curb, with its side wheels not being as close as practicable to the edge of the shoulder, except as otherwise permitted.

(Ord. 99-03, 05/28/1999, §1)
§403. PARKING PROHIBITED AT ALL TIMES IN CERTAIN LOCATIONS.

Parking shall be prohibited at all times in the following locations:

Street Side Between
38th Street East From the intersection of Trindle Road north to thye northern end of that por-tion of 38th Street
Brondle Boulevard Both Carlisle Pike and Overnite Trucking Co. property line
Carlisle Pike Both Entire length
Delbrook Road South A point 75 feet west of the centerline of Manor Drive to a point 125 feet east of the centerline of Manor Drive
Gleim Court East
West House Nos. 2247 and 2235
House Nos. 2218 and 2206
Industrial Park Road Both Entire length
Jeffrey Road Both Carlisle Pike to 240 feet north on Jeffrey Road
Locust Lane North Jerusalem Road to I-581 R/W
Manor Drive West From the intersection of Trindle Road north a distance of 160 feet and from the intersection of Delbrook Road south 40 feet
Manor Drive East From the intersection of Trindle Road to the intersection of Delbrook Road
N. 35th Street Both Market Street and Walnut
Park Street Extended Both S. Sporting Hill Road to Township pool complex
Railroad Avenue Both #424 to #433
S. Sporting Hill Road East & West Delbrook Road to East Gate S. at East Gate to 352 S. Sporting Hill Road West side 311 S. Sporting Hill Road to Trindle Road
S. Sporting Hill Road Both 100 feet on each side of Delbrook Road
S. St. Johns Drive Both Off Carlisle Pike
Salem Church Road Both Entire length
Sears Run Road Both Entire length
Shasta Way Both Good Hope Road to Cherokee Drive
Silvercreek South Good Hope Road to Jerusalem Road
Skyport Road South Carlisle Pike to 5 Skyport Road
Skyport Road West 401 & 501 Skyport Road
Sporting Hill Road West Park Street and 212 Sporting Hill Road
St. Marks Drive East Trindle Road to House #303 St. Marks Drive
Trindle Road Both #4801 address
Trindle Road Both #5115 address
Trindle Road, East Both 35th and 36th Streets

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998; as amended by Ord. 99-3, 05/28/1999, §1; by Ord. 01-05, 08/30/2001, §1; by Ord. 02-01, 01/03/2002, §1; by Ord. 02-08, 11/06/2002, §1; by Ord. 07-04, 02/01/2007, §1; by Ord. 08-12, 11/05/2008, §1, and by Ord. 15-15, 11/24/2015)
§404. PARKING PROHIBITED IN CERTAIN LOCATIONS, CERTAIN DAYS AND HOURS.

Parking shall be prohibited in the following locations at all times on the days and between the hours indicated in this Section, as follows:

Street Side Be¬tw¬een Days Hours
S. Sporting Hill Road East House #327 and #323 Mon. – Fri. 6:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§405. PARKING OF TRUCKS, BUSES AND CERTAIN OTHER VEHICLES PROHIBITED IN CERTAIN LOCATIONS.

1. It shall be unlawful for any person to park, or to allow to remain parked, on any of the following streets or parts of streets, any vehicle other than a passenger car (which shall not include any bus, motor home or passenger car attached to a trailer of any kind):

Street Between
(Reserved)

2. It shall be unlawful for any person to park a trailer (which shall mean a vehicle without motive power, designed to carry property of passengers or designed and used exclusively for living quarter wholly on its own structure, and to be drawn by a motor vehicle or tractor and including, but not limited to, house trailers, boat trailers and rental handling trailers), upon any street or highway in the Township, without having attached to such trailer a means of mechanical traction constructed or designed for the purpose of drawing such trailer.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998; as amended by Ord. 99-3, 05/28/1999, §1)
§406. PARKING TIME LIMITED IN CERTAIN LOCATIONS CERTAIN DAYS AND HOURS.

No person shall park a vehicle, or allow it to remain parked, for longer than the time indicated, in any of the following locations, at any time on the days and between the hours indicated:

Street Side Between Days Hours
(Reserved)

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998; as amended by Ord. 99-3, 05/28/1999, §1)
§407. SPECIAL PURPOSE PARKING ZONES ESTABLISHED; PARKING OTHERWISE PROHIBITED.

The following are established as special purpose parking zones, and it shall be unlawful for any person to park a vehicle or to allow it to remain parked, in any such zone, except as specifi¬cally provided for that zone:

Street

Side

Location Authorized
Purpose
or Vehicle
(Reserved)

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998; as amended by Ord. 99-3, 05/28/1999, §1)
§408. STANDING OR PARKING ON ROADWAY FOR LOADING OR UNLOADING.

It shall be unlawful for any person to stop, stand or park a vehicle (other than a pedalcycle) on the roadway side of any vehicle stopped or parked at the edge or curb of any street, except that standing or parking for the purpose of loading or unloading persons or property shall be permit-ted on the follow¬ing named streets on Monday through Saturday, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. and between the hours of 1:30 p.m. and 4 p.m., and for no longer than necessary for the loading or unloading.

Street Side Between
(Reserved)

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998; as amended by Ord. 99-3, 05/28/1999, §1)
§409. ANGLE PARKING REQUIRED ON PORTIONS OF CERTAIN STREETS.

1. Only angle parking shall be permitted on the following portions of streets:

Street Side Between
(Reserved)

2. On all streets where angle parking is required, every vehicle parked at the angle shall be parked with its front nearest the curb.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998; as amended by Ord. 99-3, 05/28/1999, §1)
§410. PARKING PROHIBITED ON PORTIONS OF CERTAIN HIGHWAYS DURING STREET SWEEPING HOURS.

It shall be unlawful for any person to park a vehicle or to allow the same to remain parked, at any time between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. on any of the following portions of the highways of the Township on the days hereby respectively designated for street sweeping purposes:

Street Between Day
(Reserved)

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998; as amended by Ord. 99-3, 05/28/1999, §1)
§411. RESIDENTIAL PERMIT PARKING; DELBROOK ROAD.

1. Preamble, Findings and Legislative Purpose. The Board of Township Commissioners (“Board”) hereby finds and states its legislative purposes and intention as follows:

A. Certain neighborhoods of the Township of Hampden (“Township”) depend upon parking domestic vehicles associated with residences upon public streets of said neighborhoods in the absence of sufficient off-street parking.

B. Certain of said neighborhoods are subjected to non-neighborhood intrusions of vehicular parking thereby denying residents of those neighborhoods from the op-portunity of parking their domestic vehicles on the public streets appurtenant to their residences adversely affecting the quality of life of the residents.

C. The Board believes that the regulation of nonresident parking in such neighbor-hoods through a parking permit program will promote the welfare and preserve the quality of life of the residents by assuring them preferential parking opportunities convenient to their residences.

Therefore, the Board determines it to be in the best interest of the residents of the Township. and to promote the general health, welfare and well-being of its citizenry, to establish a neighborhood parking permit program to assure primary access to available parking spaces on the public streets for the benefit of residents of said neighborhood.

2. Definitions. For the purpose of this Part, the words and terms listed in this Section shall have the following meanings when they appear in succeeding sections:

NEIGHBORHOOD – a geographical area of the Township predominately residential in character as more fully described in subsection (3) hereinbelow and as hereafter amended from time to time.

RESIDENCE – a structure located in a neighborhood used primarily for private residential purposes.

DOMESTIC VEHICLE – a motor vehicle licensed by a state of the United States be-longing to a resident of a residence used as the principal means of transportation of the resident.

NEIGHBORHOOD PARKING PERMIT – an annual permit for a calendar year rep-resented by a decal or placard of the type authorized by and issued pursuant to this Part.

PERMIT – a neighborhood parking permit.

RESIDENCE – a person residing permanently in a residence.

POLICE DEPARTMENT – the Hampden Township Police Department.

3. Establishment of Neighborhoods. Based upon the purposes and intention of this Sec-tion, the following neighborhoods are established for parking regulations pursuant to and under this Section:

A. Delbrook Road – that portion of Delbrook Road (both sides) extending from the intersection with St. Marks Road westwardly to the western property lines of the premises known and number as 4707 and 4708 Delbrook Road.
B. St. Marks Road – that portion of St. Marks Road (both sides) extending from the intersection with Trindle Road northwardly to a line projected from the northern property line of the premises known and numbered at 304 St. Marks Road.

C. West Clearview Drive – that portion of West Clearview Drive (both sides) extend-ing southward from the projected and extended northern property lines of the premises known and numbered 102 West Clearview Drive and 4711 North Clear-view Drive to the projected and extended southern property lines of the premises known and numbered as 108 and 109 West Clearview Drive.

D. North Clearview Drive – that portion of North Clearview Drive (both sides) ex-tending from its intersection with West Clearview Drive eastwardly to the pro-jected and extended eastern property line of the premises known and numbered as 4706 and 4709 North Clearview Drive.

4. Signage. Signs shall be erected along the public streets in each neighborhood indicating that parking in said streets shall be by permit only. Such signs shall be erected on the right-hand side of each travel lane, the first of which shall be within 25 feet from the nearest intersection of public streets and spaced thereafter on intervals of not less than 150 feet.

5. Parking Unlawful without Permit. It shall be unlawful for any person to park a motor vehicle or leave a motor vehicle parked upon any parked street within a neighborhood between the hours of 6:00 o’clock a.m. and 9:00 p.m., prevailing time, on any week day (Monday through Friday) without first lawfully obtaining and displaying a valid neighborhood parking permit.

6. Police Department to Administer this Section. The Police Department shall be responsible for the issuance and revocation of neighborhood parking permits in accordance with the provisions of this Section.

7. Application for Permits.

A. Only a resident shall be entitled to a neighborhood parking permit.

B. An application for such permit shall be made by a resident in writing on a form to be provided by the Township. Such form shall require the following minimum in-formation:
(1) The name of the resident.

(2) The street address of the residence.

(3) The motor vehicle operator’s license number of the resident.

(4) The make, model, color and license registration number of the domestic ve-hicle to be permitted.

(5) The basis on which the domestic vehicle belongs to the resident, i.e. owner-ship, lease, employer provided, etc. The Police Department may require documentary proof of such basis.

(6) A statement to be signed by the resident that the foregoing information is true and correct on penalty of prosecution under 18 Pa.C.S. §4904.

C. Each domestic vehicle shall require a separate application.

D. Each resident upon request shall be entitled to receive a duplicate permit marked “visitor” which may be used temporarily by a guest of the resident.

8. Issuance of Permits.

A. A neighborhood parking permit shall be indicated by a decal or placard to be placed on a permitted domestic vehicle. A visitor permit shall be a copy of a validly issued neighborhood parking permit but having placed thereon by the Police Department the word “visitor.”

B. If the Police Department determines the application required hereinabove to be valid, it shall issue a neighborhood parking permit to the resident.

C. Each such permit shall have an expiration date of December 31 of the calendar year for which it was issued.

D. Applications for the succeeding calendar year shall be received and processed be-ginning December 1 of the preceding year and shall continue throughout the year being permitted.

E. It shall be unlawful for any person to forge, replicate or otherwise display a permit other than authorized and issued pursuant to this Part.

9. Rights and Responsibilities of Permittee.

A. A resident shall be permitted to park or stand a domestic vehicle within the neigh-borhood of his residence when the vehicle displays a lawfully issued and valid neighborhood parking permit.

B. The neighboring parking permit issued hereunder shall not be displayed so as to be visible through the left front windshield of the domestic vehicle.

C. A neighborhood parking permit shall not guarantee or reserve a designated parking location in the neighborhood.

D. A neighborhood parking permit shall not exempt the holder thereof from ob-servance of all traffic and parking regulations.
E. No person than the specific permittee shall use the neighborhood parking permit.

F. No person shall display a neighborhood parking permit on a vehicle other than specific domestic vehicle identified in the application therefore, except only for the temporary use of a visitor’s permit.

G. The Police Department shall transfer a valid neighborhood parking permit without charge from one domestic vehicle to another on proof (after application) that the original vehicle has been disposed of and that the vehicle sought to be permitted meets the requirements of this Part.

H. The permittee shall be responsible for his or her visitor’s compliance with this Part.

10. Revocation of Permit. The Police Department shall have the authority to revoke any neighborhood parking permit:

A. Permanently when the application therefore is determined to contain false infor-mation.

B. For a period of 6 months when the permittee violates any of the provisions of subsection (9) hereinabove (including the revocation of a visitor’s permit for violations committed by the visitor).

11. Penalties.

A. The following provisions shall apply to violations of subsection (5) hereinabove:

(1) The Police Department shall have the power and authority to issue a written violation notice to be attached to the vehicle which shall indicate that the penalty for violation shall be the payment of $15 to the Police Department at its office within 24 hours of the time of issuance of said notice, or $25 after the expiration of said period of 24 hours. The violator shall have the privilege of paying such penalty within said period of 24 hours in full satisfaction of his responsibility hereunder.

(2) Any person who violates the provision of subsection (5) hereinabove and fails to resolve his obligation under subsection (A)(1) above shall, upon conviction thereof, be sentenced to pay a fine of $25 and the costs of the prosecution.
B. Any person who violates any of the provisions of this Part other than subsection (5) hereinabove shall, upon conviction, pay a fine of not less than $15 nor more than $25 and the costs of prosecution. The provisions of this subsection (B) shall be in addition to and shall not prevent or estop the prosecution of the violator for other penalties authorized by law, including, but not limited to prosecution under 18 Pa.C.S. §4904.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998; as amended by Ord. 99-3, 05/28/1999, §1)
§412. RESIDENTIAL PERMIT PARKING; THIRTY-EIGHTH STREET.

1. Preamble, Findings and Legislative Purpose. The Board of Commissioners (“Board”) hereby finds and states its legislative purposes and intention as follows:

A. Certain neighborhoods of the Township of Hampden (“Township”) depend upon parking domestic vehicles associated with residences upon the public streets of said neighborhoods in the absence of sufficient off-street parking.

B. Certain of said neighborhoods are subjected to non-neighborhood intrusions of vehicular parking thereby denying residents of those neighborhoods from the op-portunity of parking their domestic vehicles on the public streets appurtenant to their residences adversely affecting the quality of life of the residents.

C. The Board believes that the regulations of nonresident parking in such neighbor-hoods through a parking permit program will promote the welfare and preserve the quality of life of the residents by assuring them preferential parking opportunities convenient to their residences.

Therefore, the Board determines it to be in the best interest of the residents of the Township and to promote the general health, welfare and well-being of its citizenry, to establish a neighborhood parking permit program to assure primary access to available parking space on the public streets for the benefit of the residents of said neighbor¬hood.

2. Definitions. For the purpose of this Section, the words and terms listed in this subsec-tion shall have the following meanings when they appear in succeeding subsections:

NEIGHBORHOOD – a geographical area of the Township predominately residential in character as more fully described in subsection (3) hereinbelow and as hereafter amended from time to time.

RESIDENCE – a structure located in a neighborhood used primarily for private residential purposes.

DOMESTIC VEHICLE – a motor vehicle licensed by a state of the United States be-longing to a resident of a residence used as the principal means of transportation of the resident.
NEIGHBORHOOD PARKING PERMIT – an annual permit for a calendar year rep-resented by a decal or placard of the type authorized by and issued pursuant to this Sec-tion.

PERMIT – a neighborhood parking permit.

RESIDENT – a person residing permanently in a residence.

POLICE DEPARTMENT – the Hampden Township Police Department.

3. Establishment of Neighborhoods. Based upon the purposes and intention of this Sec-tion, the following neighborhood is established for parking regulation pursuant to and under this Section:

A. South Thirty-eighth Street – that portion of the west side of South Thirty-eighth Street (extending south from Carlisle Pike/Market Street) within the eastwardly projected side property lines of the premises known and numbered as 10 South Thirty-eighth Street.

4. Signage. A sign shall be erected along the public street in the neighborhood indicating that parking in said street shall be by permit only. Such signs shall be erected on the right hand side of the travel lane.

5. Parking Unlawful Without Permit. It shall unlawful for any person to park a motor vehi-cle parked upon any public street within the neighborhood between the hours of 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. of the succeeding day, prevailing time, on any week day (Monday through Friday) and during all hours of every Saturday and Sunday, without first lawfully obtaining and displaying a valid neighborhood parking permit.

6. Police Department to Administer this Section. The Police Department shall be responsible for the issuance and revocation of neighborhood parking permits in accordance with the provisions of this Section.

7. Applications for Permits.

A. Only a resident shall be entitled to a neighborhood parking permit.

B. An application for such permit shall be made by a resident in writing on a form to be provided by the Township. Such form to be provided by the Township. Such form shall require the following minimum information:

(1) The name of the resident.

(2) The street address of the resident.

(3) The motor vehicle operator’s license number of the resident.

(4) The make, model, color and license registration number of the domestic ve-hicle to be permitted.

(5) The basis on which the domestic vehicle belongs to the resident, i.e. owner-ship, lease, employer provided, etc. The Police Department may require documentary proof of such basis.

(6) A statement to be signed by the resident that the foregoing information is true and correct on penalty of prosecution under 18 Pa.C.S. §4904.

C. Each domestic vehicle shall require a separate application.

D. Each resident upon request shall be entitled to receive a duplicate permit marked “visitor” which may be used temporarily by a guest of the resident.

8. Issuance of Permits.

A. A neighborhood parking permit shall be indicated by a decal or placard to be dis-played on a permitted domestic vehicle. A visitor permit shall be a copy of a validity issued neighborhood parking permit but having placed thereon by the Police Department the word “visitor.”

B. If the Police Department determines the application required hereinabove to be valid, it shall issue a neighborhood parking permit to the resident.

C. Each such permit shall have an expiration date of December 31 of the calendar year for which it was issued.

D. Applications for the succeeding calendar year shall be received and processed be-ginning December 1 of the preceding year and shall continue throughout the year being permitted.

E. It shall be unlawful for any person to forge, replicate or otherwise display a permit other than authorized and issued pursuant to this Section.

9. Rights and Responsibilities of Permittee.

A. A resident shall be permitted to park or stand a domestic vehicle within the neigh-borhood of his residence when the vehicle displays a lawfully issued and valid neighborhood parking permit.

B. The neighborhood parking permit issued hereunder shall be displayed so as to be visible through the left front windshield of the domestic vehicle.

C. A neighborhood parking permit shall not guarantee or reserve a designat¬ed parking location in the neighborhood.

D. A neighborhood parking permit shall not exempt the holder from ob-servance of all traffic and parking regulations.

E. No person other than the specific permittee shall use the neighborhood parking permit.

F. No person shall display a neighborhood parking permit on a vehicle other than the specific domestic vehicle identified in the application therefore, except only for the temporary use of a visitor’s permit.

G. The Police Department shall transfer a valid neighborhood parking permit without charge from one domestic vehicle to another on proof (after application) that the original vehicle has been disposed of and that the vehicle sought to be permitted meets the requirements of this Section.

H. The permittee shall be responsible for his or her visitor’s compliance with this Section.

10. Revocation of Permit. The Police Department shall have the authority to revoke any neighborhood parking permit (a) permanently when the application therefore is deter-mined to contain false information, or (b) for a period of 6 months when h permittee violates any of the provisions of subsection (9) hereinabove (including revocation of a visitor’s permit for violation committed by the visitor).

11. Penalties.

A. The following provisions shall apply to violations of subsection (5) hereinabove:

(1) The Police Department shall have the power and authority to issue a written violation notice to be attached to the vehicle which shall indicate that the penalty for violation shall be the payment of $15 to the Police Department at its office within 24 hours of the time of issuance of said notice, or $25 after the expiration of said period of 24 hours. The violator shall have the privilege of paying such penalty within said period of 24 hours in full satisfaction of his responsibility hereunder.

(2) Any person who violates the provisions of subsection (5) hereinabove and fails to resolve his obligation under subsection (1) above shall, upon conviction in a summary proceeding before a district justice, pay a fine of $25 to the use of the Township and the costs of prosecution.

B. Any person who violates any of the provisions of this Section other than subsec-tion (5) hereinabove shall, upon conviction in a summary proceeding before a dis-trict justice, pay a fine of not less than $15 nor more than $25 and the costs of prosecution. The provisions of this subsection (B) shall be in addition to and shall not prevent or estop the prosecution of the violator for other penalties au-thorized by law, including, but not limited to prosecution under 18 Pa.C.S. §4904.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998; as amended by Ord. 98-9, 8/27/1998; and by Ord. 99-3, 05/28/1999, §1)
§413. UNLICENSED, UNINSPECTED AND DISMANTLED VEHICLES.

1. Parking and Storage of Unlicensed and Uninspected Vehicles on Streets and Alleys Re-stricted. It shall be unlawful for any owner of any type of motor vehicle requiring a registration plate and a state inspection sticker under the applicable provisions of the Vehicle Code1, to park or store or permit the same to be parked or stored on any public street or public alley within the limits of the Township for a period in excess of forty-eight (48) hours, if said motor vehicle does not have attached to it a current valid registration plate and a current valid State inspection sticker required under the ap-plicable provisions of the Vehicle Code.

2. Dismantled Vehicles Not to be Stored or Parked on Streets and Alleys. It shall be unlawful for any owner of any motor vehicle requiring a registration plate and state inspection sticker under the applicable provisions of the aforesaid Vehicle Code, to park or store or to permit to be parked or stored any such motor vehicle on any street or alley within the Township when such motor vehicle is to any extent partially dismantled and inoperable.

3. Removal of Vehicle.

A. Any police officer may remove or cause to be removed to a nearby garage or other place of safety a vehicle in violation of any provision of this Part 4. Prior to re-moval of such vehicle bearing a registration plate by which the last registered owner of the vehicle can be determined, notice shall be sent by certified mail to the last registered owner of the vehicle informing him that unless the vehicle is moved to a suitable location within five (5) days of the date the notice is mailed, the vehicle will be removed and held at a suitable facility where it may be reclaimed. If the vehicle does not bear an identification registration plate, the notice may be secured to the vehicle.

B. Within the five (5) day period, the owner shall be given, if requested, an opportunity to explain to police officers or the department why the owner believes the vehicle should not be removed. If the police officers or department decide that the vehicle should be moved the owner shall be given an additional forty-eight (48) hours to move the vehicle or have it moved.

4. Reclamation Costs. In order to reclaim a vehicle, the owner shall pay towing and storage costs, plus a twenty-five ($25.00) fee of which ten dollars ($10.00) shall be transferred to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation by the garage to which the vehicle was taken.

(Ord. 99-3, 05/28/1999, §1)

§414. PENALTIES.

Any person who violates any provision of this Part shall, upon conviction, be sentenced to pay a fine of not more than $15 and costs. Provided: it shall be the duty of the police officers and of parking enforcement personnel of the Township to report to the appropriate official all violations of any provision of this Part, indicating, in each case: the Section violated; the license number of the vehicle involved in the violation; the location where the violation took place; and any other facts that might be necessary in order to secure a clear understanding of the circumstances attending the violation. The police officer or other person making the report shall also attach to or place upon every such vehicle a notice stating that the vehicle was parked in violation of this Part. The notice shall contain instructions to the owner or driver of the vehicle that if he will report to the office of the Chief of Police and pay the sum of $15 within 24 hours after the time of the notice, or if he will place the sum of $15 enclosed within the envelope provided, in the drop box located at the Township Municipal Building. That act will save the violator from prosecution and from payment of the fine and costs prescribed in the first sentence of this Section.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998; as amended by Ord. 99-3, 05/28/1999, §1)
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PART 5

REMOVAL AND IMPOUNDMENT OF ILLEGALLY PARKED VEHICLES
§501. APPLICABILITY AND SCOPE.

This Part is enacted under authority of §6109(a 22) of the Vehicle Code, and gives authority to the Township to remove and impound those vehicles which are parked in a tow-away zone and in violation of parking regulations of this Chapter. Vehicles which have been abandoned (as defined by the Vehicle Code) or which are parked in such a manner as to interfere with traffic or pose a hazard to others, may be towed under the provisions of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§502. AUTHORITY TO REMOVE AND IMPOUND.

The Township shall have authority to remove and impound, or to order the removal and im-pounding, of any vehicle parked overtime or otherwise illegally, provided that the cir-cumstances of its parking were within the conditions stated in §501 of this Part. Provided: no such vehicle shall be removed or impounded except in strict adherence to the provisions of this Part, or the provisions of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998; as amended by Ord. 99-3, 05/28/1999, §2)
§503. TOW AWAY ZONES DESIGNATED.

The following designated streets and/or parking lots are hereby established as tow away zones. Signs shall be posted to place the public on notice that their vehicles may be towed for violation of the Township parking regulations:

Street Side Between Parking Lot
(Reserved)

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§504. DESIGNATION OF APPROVED STORAGE GARAGES; BONDING; TOWING AND STORAGE.

Removal and impounding of vehicles under this Part shall be done only by “approved storage garages” that shall be designated from time to time by the Board of Commissioners. Every such garage shall submit evidence to the Board of Commissioners that it is bonded or has acquired liability insurance in an amount satis¬factory to the Board of Commissioners as sufficient to indemnify owners of impounded vehicles against loss or damage to those vehicles while in the custody of the garage keeper for the purpose of towing or storage. The approved storage garage shall submit to the Board of Commissioners its schedule of charges for towing and storage of vehicles under this Part, and, when the schedule is approved by Board of Commissioners, those charges shall be adhered to by the approved storage garage; no different schedule of charges shall be demanded of or collected from any person whose vehicle is removed or impounded under this Part by any approved storage garage. The Board of Commissioners shall delete from its list of approved storage garages any garage that makes any unapproved charge in connection with any vehicle removed or impounded under this Part.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§505. PAYMENT OF TOWING AND STORAGE CHARGES.

The payment of towing and storage charges shall not relieve the owner or driver of any vehicle from liability for any fine or penalty for the violation of the provision of this Part for which the vehicle was removed or impounded.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§506. RECLAMATION COSTS.

In order to reclaim his vehicle, the owner shall pay towing and storage costs, plus a $25 fee of which $10 shall be transferred to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation by the garage to which the vehicle was taken.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§507. RECORDS OF VEHICLES REMOVED AND IMPOUNDED.

The Township shall cause a record to be kept of all vehicles impounded under this Part and shall be able at all reasonable times to furnish the owners or the agents of the owners of those vehicles with information as to the place of storage of the vehicle.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§508. RESTRICTIONS UPON REMOVAL OF VEHICLES.

No vehicle shall be removed under the authority of this Part or the Vehicle Code if, at the time of the intended removal, the owner or the person for the time being in charge of the vehicle is present and expresses a willingness and intention to remove the vehicle immediately.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)

§509. PENALTY FOR VIOLATION.

Any person who shall violate any provision of this Part shall, upon conviction thereof, be sen-tenced to pay a fine of $50 together with all costs of disposing of the vehicle under provisions of the Vehicle Code, 75 P.S. §7301 et seq., (1977) as hereafter amended, supplemented, modified or reenacted by the General Assembly of Pennsylvania.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§510. REPORTS AND DISPOSITION OF UNCLAIMED VEHICLES.

If after a period of 15 days the vehicle in storage remains unclaimed, a report shall be filed with PennDOT in accordance with §7311 of The Vehicle Code, by the person having legal custody of the vehicle. If the vehicle has not been claimed after 30 days, the vehicle may be transferred to a licensed Salvor who will then be responsible for filing the proper reports and disposing of the vehicle in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 73 of the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Code (75 Pa C.S.A. §101 et seq., as amended).

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)

PART 6

SNOW AND ICE EMERGENCY
§601. DEFINITIONS.

The following words when used in this Part shall have the following meanings unless the context clearly indicates a different meaning:

CHAINS – full chains, strap chains or other types of tire chains mounted on drive wheels of a motorized vehicle.

SNOW – any precipitation depositing any accumulation on the streets, including snow, sleet, hail, ice and freezing rain.

SNOW EMERGENCY CONDITION – state of street conditions that are hazardous and dangerous to vehicular and pedestrian traffic or so declared by the Township Manager or a person designated by the Township Manager.

SNOW TIRES – any new, recapped, retreaded or rebuilt tires for drive wheels of motor vehicles, such tires having studs or antiskid patterns impressed or cut into the treated surfaces to form bars, buttons or blocks, especially designed to give effective traction on snow or ice covered streets. All-season radial tires are not, for the purpose of this Part, considered snow tires.

VEHICLE – any self-propelled, motorized vehicle licensed to travel upon the streets, roads and highways within the boundaries of Hampden Township.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§602. DECLARATION OF “GENERAL” OR “LIMITED” SNOW EMERGENCY.

A general or limited snow emergency may be declared to exist in the Township of Hampden whenever snow falls so that, in the opinion of the Township Manager or his designee, the street conditions are hazardous and dangerous to vehicular and pedestrian traffic because of snow accumulation. Notice of a snow emergency shall be issued immediately to local radio and other news services. A list of local newspapers, radio and television stations are in the Hampden Township Emergency Operations Plan Manual. A snow emergency, either general or limited, is presumed to continue for a period of 24 hours after the cessation of snowfall or until the expiration of the time designated by the Township Manager or his designee.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§603. LIMITED SNOW EMERGENCY.

1. After a limited snow emergency is declared, which normally will be whenever there is a forecast of or an accumulation of 8 inches or more of snow, it shall be unlawful, at any time during the continuance of the emergency, for any person, firm, corpora¬tion, organi-zation or other entity:

A. To park a vehicle to remain parked on any street, road or highway within the boundaries of Hampden Township.

B. To allow any vehicle to remain parked on any street, road or highway within the boundaries of Hampden Township.

2. Once the Township has completed its effort to plow and widen the street, road or high-way, normally to the curb or edge of road, parking is allowed.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§604. GENERAL SNOW EMERGENCY.

1. During such time as a general snow emergency is in effect, all the provisions of a limited snow emergency (§603) shall be in effect.

2. In addition, any person, firm, corporation, organization or other entity operating a vehicle or causing a vehicle to be operated which is not equipped with four-wheel drive, snow tires or chains upon any street, road or highway within the boundaries of Hampden Township, unless during a bona fide emergency or for the delivery of essential emergency services, shall be in violation of this Part and shall be subject to the penalties and fines set forth in this Part.

3. In addition, any person, firm, corporation, organization or other entity operating a vehicle or causing a vehicle to be operated which is not equipped with four-wheel drive, snow tires or chains upon any street, road or highway within the boundaries of Hampden Township, resulting in such vehicle becoming stalled or incapable of moving under its own power or who leaves such vehicle abandoned or unattended on any street, road or highway within the boundaries of Hampden Township, as a result of its inability to move under its own power because of its failure to be equipped with either four-wheel drive, snow tires or chains, shall also be in violation of this Part and shall be subject to the penalties and fines set forth in this Part.
(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)

§605. TOWING AND STORAGE OF VEHICLES.

1. Any vehicle parked in violation of this Part or having become parked in violation of this Part or having become disabled and abandoned on any street, road or highway within Hampden Township, may be removed at the direction or order of any police officer and be towed and stored at the nearest available location.

2. It shall be the vehicle owner’s responsibility to pay any and all towing and storage costs resulting from the vehicle being removed. Said fees to be paid directly to the towing provided at the time said vehicle is claimed.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§606. PENALTY.

Any person, firm, corporation, organization or other entity who violates any provision of this Part shall, for each and every such violation, upon conviction thereof before a district justice, be ordered or sentenced to pay a fine or civil penalty of $50 plus costs of the action. Each day of continuous violation of any provision of this Part shall constitute a separate violation.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)

PART 7

REGULATION OF PEDALCYCLES AND NONMOTORIZED VEHICLES
§701. RIDING AND PARKING OF PEDALCYCLES ON SIDEWALKS ALONG CERTAIN STREETS PROHIBITED.

It shall be unlawful for any person to ride or to park a pedalcycle on the sidewalk along the following portions of the streets in the Township:

Street Side Between
(Reserved)

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§702. RESTRICTIONS ON USE OF PUSHCARTS.

1. The word “pushcart,” as used in this Section, shall mean a vehicle, including a pedal-cycle, propelled solely by human power, and used or intended for use for the display, transport, exhibit or sale of goods, wares or merchandise.

2. It shall be unlawful for any person to propel a pushcart upon any sidewalk in any business district except as necessary to move the pushcart to a location from which it is to be loaded or unloaded or from which goods, wares or merchandise are to be sold or dispensed under permit from the Board of Commissioners as provided in subsection (3) of this Section.

3. It shall be unlawful for any person to park a pushcart upon any sidewalk except for the purpose of selling or dispensing from that pushcart goods, wares or merchandise to pass-ersby under permit from the Board of Commissioners. Every such permit shall be issued to the person making application for the permit, upon payment of a fee, which shall be for the use of the Township set by the Board of Commissioners pursuant to a resolution. The permit shall be granted to the applicant, upon payment of the fee, and upon his signing an agreement with the Board of Commissioners that he shall be bound by the conditions imposed by Board of Commissioners and made a part of the permit, dealing with the following matters:

A. Restricting or limiting the parking of the pushcart to one or more stated locations upon the sidewalk and to stated days and hours at each location;

B. Stating requirements to be adhered to in connection with the disposal of garbage and refuse resulting from the operations carried on;

C. Requiring that there be no violation of any law, ordinance or regulation pertaining to health, sanitation and the handling of food or drink.
4. Any person who violates any provision of this Section, or any condition of any permit granted under this Section, shall be guilty of a summary offense, and, upon conviction, shall be sentenced to pay a fine of $25 and costs.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§703. SKATES, SKATEBOARDS, COASTERS, SLEDS AND OTHER TOY VEHICLES.

1. It shall be unlawful for any person to ride on a sled upon any sidewalk in the Township, or upon any roadway unless that roadway is on a portion of a street blocked off for sled-ding by authority of §105 of Part 1 or §216 of Part 2 of this Chapter. Provided: nothing in this subsection shall prevent a pedestrian from pulling a sled, with or without a rider, upon a sidewalk.

2. It shall be unlawful for any person to engage in roller-skating, skateboard¬ing or to ride upon or propel any coaster or other toy vehicle upon:

A. Any street except in order to cross the roadway; or,

B. Any sidewalk located in a business district, except that nothing in this subsection shall prevent a pedestrian from pulling a coaster or other toy vehicle, with or with-out a rider, upon a sidewalk.

3. Any person who violates any provision of this Section shall, upon conviction, be sen-tenced to pay a fine of $5 and costs.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)

PART 8

PEDESTRIAN REGULATIONS
§801. PEDESTRIANS TO OBEY TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNS.

At all locations in the Township where official traffic control signals are installed, pedestrians, except where directed otherwise by pedestrian control signals installed under §802 of this Part, shall obey the directions of those traffic control signals, as follows:

A. When facing a green signal, a pedestrian may proceed across the roadway within a crosswalk;

B. When facing a steady yellow signal, a pedestrian shall not start to cross the roadway;

C. When facing a steady red signal, a pedestrian shall not enter the roadway.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§802. PEDESTRIAN CONTROL SIGNAL LOCATIONS ESTABLISHED.

1. At the following locations, official pedestrian control signals shall be erected (or are rati-fied if previously erected):

Location
(Reserved)

2. Every pedestrian facing a steady or flashing “Don’t Walk” signal shall obey the direc-tions of that signal, as follows:

A. When facing a steady “Don’t Walk” signal, a pedestrian shall not start to cross the roadway in the direction of the signal, but any pedestrian who has partially com-pleted his crossing on the “Walk” signal should proceed to a sidewalk or safety zone while the “Don’t Walk” signal is showing.

B. When facing a flashing “Don’t Walk” signal a pedestrian shall not start to cross the roadway in the direction of the indication, but any pedestrian who has partly completed crossing during the “Walk” indication should proceed to a sidewalk or safety zone.

Any pedestrian who fails to obey the directions of a “Don’t Walk” signal, as indicated above, shall be guilty of an offense and a violation of this Part.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)

§803. LOCATIONS WHERE PEDESTRIAN CROSSING IN UNMARKED CROSS-WALKS RESTRICTED.

Except when authorized by a police officer or other appropriate¬ly attired person authorized to direct, control or regulate traffic, it shall be unlawful for any pedestrian to cross the roadway at any of the following streets, at the intersection with that street indicated.

Street Intersection Direction of Trav¬el
(Reserved)

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§804. LOCATIONS WHERE PEDESTRIANS MAY CROSS ONLY IN CROSSWALK.

It shall be unlawful for any pedestrian:

A. To cross any roadway in a business district within the Township except in a cross-walk;

B. To cross the roadway, in any of the following portions of streets in the Township, except in a crosswalk:

Street Between
(Reserved)

Provided: nothing in this Section shall permit any pedestrian to cross in a crosswalk at any location where that crossing is prohibited by §802 of this Part.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
§805. PENALTY FOR VIOLATION.

Any pedestrian who violates any provision of this Part shall be guilty of a summary offense, and, upon conviction, shall be sentenced to pay a fine of $5 and costs.

(Ord. 98-7, 8/27/1998)
PART 9

IMPOUNDMENT OF VEHICLES FOR
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION AND/OR COLLECTION OF EVIDENCE
§901. STORAGE OF IMPOUNDED VEHICLES.

Any vehicle impounded by the Hampden Township Police Department pursuant to a criminal investigation and/or for the collection of evidence shall be stored at a secure facility on prop-erty of Hampden Township at such location or locations that shall be determined by the Hampden Township Chief of Police. For purposes of this Part 9 only, the word “ vehicle” shall mean any vehicle of any type, class or make, whether motorized or not, any trailer, boat or other motorized or non-motorized device uses for travel, passage or movement by land and/or water.

§902. COSTS OF VEHICLE STORAGE.

The storage fee chargeable the owner of the vehicle impounded and stored on property of Hampden Township for purposes of criminal investigation and/or collection of evidence shall be $15.00 per day, or any fraction thereof. The storage fee shall be assessed and chargeable to the owner in the event the vehicle is not recovered in accordance with Section 903, below, within seven (7) calendar days of notice to the owner to recover the vehicle. Regardless whether the owner is assessed any storage fee, the owner of the vehicle shall be responsible for the towing costs associated with the towing of the vehicle so impounded, which such towing costs shall be paid directly to the person, company or entity towing the vehicle associated with its impoundment as a condition of the release thereof to the owner. The Board of Commissions may change from time to time the amount of the daily storage fee as noted above by Resolution.

§903. RECOVERY OF VEHICLE.

Before an owner shall be permitted to remove a vehicle from storage on property of Hamp-den Township, the owner (or his, her or its authorized agent or lessee, as verified by appro-priate written instrument) shall pay to the Hampden Township Police Department the amount of any storage fee then due as specified in §902, above, as well as any amount due and owing the tower of the vehicle so impounded. The owner shall further be required to review and execute a property form for such vehicle on a form to be provided by the Hampden Township Police Department. Under no circumstances shall the removal of a vehicle in accordance with this §903 operate to relieve the owner from liability for any fine or penalty imposed for any civil and/or criminal violation of any law or ordinance for which the vehicle was impounded.

§904. DISPOSAL OF UNCLAIMED VEHICLES.

In the event after notice to the owner a vehicle is not recovered by the owner and remains unclaimed, the Hampden Township Police Department shall at its option and election pro-ceed with declaring the vehicle abandoned as provided by the Motor Vehicle Code or any other applicable law, code, regulation or ordinance.

(Ord. 13-16, 11/26/13)

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