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TITLE 10 -VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC


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For statutory provisions regarding motor vehicles generally, see AS 28; for state agency regulations, see Title 13, Alaska Administrative Code; for charter provisions authorizing adoption of regulations by reference, see City Charter §II-15.

 

Repeal of former Title 10 Ordinance Number 730, effective August 11, 1984, repealed former Title 10 and enacted new Title 10 in lieu of the repealed provisions.


Former Title 10 derived from CCK §7.1.1; CCK 7.1.2(A) - 7.1.2(P); CCK §7.1.3 - 7.1.6; CCK 7.1.7(A), 7.1.7(B); CCK §7.1.8 - 7.1.44; CCK 7.1.45(A) - 7.1.45(G); CCK §7.1.46 - 7.1.50; CCK 7.1.51(A) - 7.1.51(J); CCK 7.2.1(A) - 7.2.1(C); CCK §7.2.2; Ord. 331, 1968; Ord. 336, 1969; Ord. 338, 1969; Ord. 362, 1971; Ord. 383, 1972; Ord. 407, 1973; Ord. 571, 1980; Ord. 620, 1981; Ord. 624, 1981; Ord. 648, 1982; Ord. 697, 1983.

10.04 General provisions

10.08 Motor vehicle and driving offenses; rules of the road

10.12 Motor vehicle and driving offenses; vehicle equipment and inspection

10.16 Repealed

10.20 Repealed

10.24 Drivers' licenses

10.28 Snowmobiles and other off-road vehicles

10.32 Miscellaneous provisions

10.36 Abandoned vehicles

10.40 Impoundment of vehicles

10.44 Fine schedule




CHAPTER 10.04
GENERAL PROVISIONS



10.04.010 Short title; application

10.04.020 Adoption of state law

10.04.030 Application of state law

10.04.040 Citation of authority

10.04.050 Definitions

10.04.060 Repealed

 


10.04.010 Short title; application
. This title may be referred to as the Kodiak Traffic Code. This title contains all general regulations of the city governing the travel, parking, standing, and equipping of vehicles in the city. (Ord. 1150 §1, 2002; Ord. 921 §1, 1991; Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.04.020 Adoption of state law
. (a) Pursuant to AS 28.01.010, this title sets forth the provisions of AS Title 28 and the regulations adopted thereunder that the city has adopted by reference. The state statutes and regulations adopted by reference in this title have been modified or supplemented where the council has determined it to be necessary to meet specific local requirements.
    (b) The state statutes and regulations adopted by reference in this title include all amendments to those statutes and regulations that become effective after the effective date of the adoption by reference. (Ord. 1150 §1, 2002; Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.04.030 Application of state law
. Nothing in this title affects the application of the provisions of AS Title 28 and the regulations adopted thereunder within the city, or the enforcement of those provisions by city officers and employees. (Ord. 1150 §1, 2002; Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984)
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10.04.040 Citation of authority
. A traffic citation alleging a violation of a state statute or regulations adopted by reference in this title shall cite the number of the section of this title that adopts the pertinent state statute or regulation, and the number of the section of the adopted state statute or regulation. (Ord. 1150 §1, 2002; Ord. 730 (part), 1984)
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10.04.050 Definitions
. (a) AS 28.40.100, titled "Definitions for title," and 13 AAC 40.010, titled "Definitions," are adopted by reference to provide definitions of terms used in this title.    
    (b) As used in this title:
        (1) "AAC" means the Alaska Administrative Code.
        (2) "AS" means the Alaska Statutes. (Ord. 1150 §1, 2002; Ord. 921 §1 and §2, 1991; Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.04.060 Penalty
. Repealed by Ordinance Number 826, effective January 1, 1988.

Repealed §10.04.060 derived from Ord. 730 (part), 1984.

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CHAPTER 10.08
MOTOR VEHICLE AND DRIVING OFFENSES
RULES OF THE ROAD

 



10.08.010 Rules of the road

10.08.015 Basic rule and maximum speed limit

10.08.020 Repealed

10.08.030 Additional parking regulations

10.08.040 Restricted parking; designation

10.08.050 Limited time parking
10.08.055 Parking in city parking lots

10.08.060 Motor vehicles used as living or sleeping accommodations

10.08.070 Limited use of vehicular ways and areas

10.08.080 Repealed

10.08.090 Skateboards and similar devices

 


10.08.010 Rules of the road
. 13 AAC Chapter 02, titled "Motor Vehicle and Driving Offenses: Rules of the Road," is adopted by reference, subject to the local amendments set forth in this chapter. (Ord. 1150 §2, 2002; Ord. 921 §2, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984)
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10.08.015 Basic rule and maximum speed limit
. 13 AAC 02.275(b) is amended to read as follows:
    (b) Except when a special hazard exists that requires a lower speed for compliance with (a) of 13 AAC 02.275(b), the maximum lawful speed on city streets is twenty (20) miles per hour, and no person may drive a vehicle at a speed in excess of this maximum limit, unless a different maximum limit is otherwise posted. (Ord. 1150 §3, 2002; Ord. 1036: 1996)

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10.08.020 Defacing or destroying traffic-control devices
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002.
    Repealed §10.08.020 derived from Ord. 921 §2, 1991; Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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10.08.030 Additional parking regulations
. Subsections (f) and (g) of 13 AAC 02.365 are hereby amended to read as follows:
    (f) No person may park a vehicle upon a street, roadway, alley, vehicular way or area, or a municipal parking lot for the purpose of:

(1) Washing of the vehicle if the person parking the vehicle is a dealer, agent, or employee of a garage, filling station, or car wash;

(2) Repairing or performing maintenance work on the vehicle except repairs or maintenance necessitated by an emergency;

(3) Displaying the vehicle for sale or hire in the regular course of the person's business except that a motor bus, sightseeing vehicle, airline service vehicle, or taxicab may park in accordance with the provisions of 13 AAC 02.372 (see also 5.04.010(a));

(4) Storing or parking, without being attended by a driver, a vehicle to be used for hire to another person; or

(5) Commercial advertising.

    (g) No person may park a vehicle on a street, highway, public way, or area, or other public property, including a city parking lot, for more than twenty-four consecutive hours unless the location where the vehicle is parked is designated by an official traffic control device for parking for a different maximum time. (Ord. 1279 §1, 2010; Ord. 921 §2, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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10.08.040 Restricted parking
; designation. For the purpose of 13 AAC 02.340, the following official traffic control devices have the following meanings:
    (a) Parking is prohibited in the area next to a curb that is painted red.
    (b) An area next to a curb that is painted yellow is a taxi or loading zone.
    (c) A parking space designated with a sign bearing the federal handicapped symbol, and with the federal handicapped symbol painted on the parking space, is a designated handicapped zone. (Ord. 1150 §5, 2002; Ord. 772 §1, 1985: Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.08.050 Limited time parking
. (a) The chief of police may designate, by placing official traffic control devices, time limites for parking on those parts of a street, roadway, alley or vehicular way where the chief of police has determined that demand for parking warrants the designation. No person may stop, stand or park a vehicle in violation of such an official traffic control device.

    (b) The chief of police may issue permits to occupy parking spaces on a street, roadway, alley or vehicular way for the duration that the applicant demonstrates is necessary to accommodate a temporary activity such as a special event, construction project, or loading or unloading. (Ord. 1279 §2, 2010; Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.08.055 Parking in city parking lots.  (a) The council by resolution may:
          (1)    Establish time limits for parking in city parking lots;
          (2)    Designate city parking lots for paid parking, and establish fees for paid parking in city parking lots; and
          (3)    Designate city parking lots for permit parking, and the fees and qualifications for obtaining a permit.
     (b) The city shall notify the public of time limits in city parking lots, fees required to park in city parking lots, and permit requirements for parking in city parking lots by the placement of official traffic control devices.  No person may stop, stand or park a vehicle in violation of such an official traffic control device. (Ord. 1279 §3, 2010)
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10.08.060 Motor vehicles used as living or sleeping accommodations. No person may occupy or utilize any motor vehicle or trailer as living quarters or sleeping accommodations while the motor vehicle or trailer is parked on any public or private property in the corporate city limits, nor may any person park or leave standing a motor vehicle or trailer utilized or prepared for utilization as living quarters or sleeping accommodations through having been connected to any water, sewer, electric, or other utility lines or having been rendered incapable of immediate movement under its own power through the use of jacks, blocks, leveling devices or any other devices, except as provided in section 14.20.030 or section 14.20.040 of this code. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.08.070 Limited use of vehicular ways and areas
. Subsection (a) of 13 AAC 02.482 is hereby amended to read as follows:

    (a) No pedestrian, rider of a bicycle, or driver of a vehicle may travel on a vehicular way or area as defined in AS 28.40.100(a) (18) when it is designated for use by a different mode of travel than used by a pedestrian, rider of a bicycle, or driver of a vehicle. (Ord. 921 §1 and §2, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.08.080 Handicapped parking restricted
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002.       

    Repealed §10.08.080 derived from Ord. 772 §2, 1985.

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10.08.090 Skateboards and similar devices
. (a) No person may ride or operate a skateboard, unicycle, coaster, scooter, roller skates, in-line skates, or a similar device upon any sidewalk, plaza, parking lot or vehicular way or area within or immediately adjacent to the area bounded by Center Avenue from West Rezanof Drive to and including the Alaska Marine Highway System ferry dock (also known as City of Kodiak Pier 1), Marine Way from Center Avenue to West Rezanof Drive, and West Rezanof Drive from Marine Way to Center Avenue. The area described in the foregoing sentence includes St. Paul’s Plaza, the ferry dock and the parking area immediately adjacent to it, the small boat harbor parking lots on the south side of Marine Way, and the west side of West Rezanof Drive.
    (b)  Every person using a device enumerated in section (a) of this ordinance, where not prohibited, upon any sidewalk, public path, roadway or any other public property shall use such device in a careful and prudent manner and at a rate of speed no greater than is reasonable and proper under the conditions existing at the point of operation, taking into account the amount and character of pedestrian traffic, grade and surface, and shall obey all traffic control devices. Every person using a device enumerated in section (a) of this ordinance upon any sidewalk or public path shall yield the right-of-way to any pedestrian
 
    (c) Every person using a device enumerated in section (a) of this ordinance when operated on a roadway shall obey all traffic control devices applicable to vehicles and bicycles on a roadway except those which by their nature can have no application to the devices enumerated.
    (d) The penalty for a violation of this section shall be:
   
     (1) First Offense, a fine of $20.00
   
     (2) Second Offense, a fine of $40.00
   
     (3) Third and subsequent offenses, a fine of $60.00
   
(e) Any officer issuing a citation for a violation of this section may seize and impound as evidence or instrumentality of the offense any device utilized by the cited offender in violation of this section. Any device seized under (e) of this section shall not be returned to the offender or owner until and unless the violation has been properly adjudicated by a court of competent jurisdiction, and the offender or owner provides evidence of the adjudication. (Ord. 1153 §1, 2003; Ord. 838 §1, 1988)

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CHAPTER 10.12

MOTOR VEHICLES AND DRIVING OFFENSES

VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND INSPECTION

 



10.12.010 Vehicle equipment and inspection

10.12.020 Flashing blue lights on vehicles

10.12.030 Vehicles transporting hazardous materials

 



10.12.010 Vehicle equipment and inspection
. 13 AAC Chapter 04, titled "Motor Vehicle and Driving Offenses: Vehicle Equipment and Inspection," is adopted by reference, subject to the local amendments set forth in this chapter. (Ord. 1150 §7, 2002; Ord. 921 §2, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.12.020 Flashing blue lights on vehicles
. Subsection (a) of 13 AAC 04.100 is hereby amended to read as follows:

    (a) A fireman, when authorized by the chief of the fire department, may equip the fireman's private vehicle with a flashing blue light which must be visible from the front and sides for a distance of 300 feet in normal sunlight. The flashing blue light authorized by this subsection may be illuminated only when the driver of the vehicle is a member of the fire department responding to an emergency, and the vehicle displays a sign or plate which indicates that the driver is a member of the Kodiak fire department. (Ord. 921 §2, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.12.030 Vehicles transporting hazardous materials
. (a) A person shall give the Kodiak fire department and the Kodiak police department at least four hours notice before transporting an explosive or other hazardous material on a highway or vehicular way or area. No person may transport an explosive or other hazardous material on a highway or vehicular way or area without first obtaining permission to do so from the Kodiak fire department and without using such safety devices and complying with such restrictions as the fire chief may require to protect the public health, safety and welfare.
    (b) In this section, "explosive or hazardous material" means dynamite, nitroglycerine, or similar high explosive normally used for commercial blasting, radioactive material, chlorine gas, or ammonia in containers weighing more than 150 pounds, but does not include ammonia or chorine gas in containers weighing not more than 2,000 pounds that are transported by a certificated common carrier. (Ord. 1150 §8, 2002; Ord. 921 §2, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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CHAPTER 10.16
INSPECTION OF VEHICLES

 

 

Chapter 10.16 repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002. Former Chapter 10.16 derived from Ord. 921 §2, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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CHAPTER 10.20
VEHICLE REGISTRATION AND TITLE

 


Chapter 10.20 repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002. Former Chapter 10.20 derived from Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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CHAPTER 10.24
DRIVERS' LICENSES

 



10.24.010 Unlawful use of classified license

10.24.020 Repealed

10.24.030 Repealed

10.24.040 Repealed

10.24.050 Repealed

10.24.060 Repealed

 



10.24.010 Unlawful use of classified license
. 13 AAC 08.140, titled "Unlawful Use of Classified License," is adopted by reference. (Ord. 1150 §11, 2002; Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.24.020 Possession of license
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002. Repealed §10.24.020 derived from Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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10.24.030 Operation in violation of restrictions
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002. Repealed §10.24.030 derived from Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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10.24.040 License to be carried and exhibited on demand
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002. Repealed §10.24.040 derived from Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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10.24.050 Unlawful use of license
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002. Repealed §10.24.050 derived from Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.24.060 Unlawful use of classified license
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002. Repealed §10.24.060 derived from Ord. 921 §2, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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CHAPTER 10.28

SNOWMOBILES AND OTHER OFF-ROAD VEHICLES


For statutory provisions regarding off-road vehicles, see 13 AAC 02.430, 13 AAC 02.455, AS 5.30, and AS 28. For vehicle equipment and inspection, see §10.12.010 of this code; for adoption of definitions, see §10.04.050 of this code.

 



10.28.010 Definitions

10.28.020 Compliance with state law

10.28.030 Use regulated

10.28.040 Operations on highways and other locations

10.28.050 Applicability of regulations; parental responsibility

10.28.060 Riding on snowmobiles and other off-road vehicles

10.28.070 Towing

10.28.080 Exceptions

10.28.090 Time restriction

10.28.100 Authorized area of operation

10.28.110 Driver's license required

 



10.28.010 Definitions
. (a) For the purposes of this chapter, "highway" shall be deemed as meaning any street, road, highway, alley, or bike trail from property line to property line, officially classified as a public right-of-way by the city.

    (b) "Off-road vehicles" shall be deemed as, but not limited to, snow machines, all-terrain vehicles, three wheelers, and motorcycles not licensed for use upon the highways. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.28.020 Compliance with state law
. (a) All provisions of Alaska Statutes regulating the registration, operation, and equipment of off-road vehicles apply in addition to any specific ordinances of the city, and shall be enforced as city ordinances at the discretion of the city pursuant to the authority enacted in AS 28.01.010(b).

    (b) All provisions of title 13 of the Alaska Administrative Code, and title 28 of the Alaska Statutes regulating traffic and the operation of motor vehicles upon streets or highways shall apply to the operation of off-road vehicles except those which by their nature can have no application. (Ord. 921 §1 and §2, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.28.030 Use regulated
. No person shall operate or ride upon an off-road vehicle within the city limits:

    (a) In or upon a park or other city-owned property, except in areas as provided in this chapter, which are designated as off-road vehicle areas;

    (b) On private property of another without the express permission to do so by the owner or authorized occupant of the property;

    (c) In a careless, reckless, or negligent manner so as to endanger or likely to endanger the safety of any person or property of any other person;

    (d) While under the influence of intoxicating liquor, narcotics, or drugs;

    (e) To intentionally drive, chase, run over, or kill any animals;

    (f) While transporting any loaded or unloaded weapon; or

    (g) The prohibitions of subsections (a) and (b) above apply to any vehicle, whether licensed or not, when operated off public streets, highways, roads, or rights-of-way. (Ord. 777, 1985: Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.28.040 Operation on highways and other locations
. A snowmobile or an off-road vehicle may be driven on a roadway, bike trail, or shoulder of a highway only under the following circumstances:
    (a) When crossing a highway as provided in (d)(l) of this section, or when traversing a bridge or culvert on a highway, but then only by driving at the extreme right-hand edge of the bridge or culvert and only when the traverse can be completed with safety and without interfering with other traffic on the highway;
    (b) When use of the highway by other motor vehicles is impossible because of snow or ice accumulation or other natural conditions or when the highway is posted or otherwise designated as being open to travel by off-road vehicles;
    (c) When highway driving is authorized by an authority having jurisdiction over the highway, but only in accordance with restrictions which may be imposed by that authority with regard to highway use; or
    (d) When driven on the right-of-way of a highway which is not a controlled access highway, outside the roadway or shoulder, and no closer than six feet from the nearest edge of the roadway; no person may drive an off-road vehicle within the area dividing the roadways of a divided highway, except to cross the highway as provided in this section.

(1) A snowmobile or an off-road vehicle may make a direct crossing of a highway if:

(A) The crossing is made approximately at a right angle to the highway and at a location where visibility along the highway in both directions is clear for a sufficient distance to assure safety, and the crossing can be completed safely and without interfering with other traffic on the highway; and

(B) The vehicle is brought to a complete stop before crossing the shoulder or roadway, and the driver yields the right-of-way to all traffic on the highway.

(2) No snowmobile or other off-road vehicle may cross or travel on a sidewalk, a location intended for pedestrian or other non-motorized traffic, an alley, or a vehicular way or area which is not open to snowmobile or off-highway vehicle operation, except as provided in (d)(l) of this section. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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10.28.050 Applicability of regulations; parental responsibility. (a) No parent or guardian may authorize or knowingly or unknowingly permit a child to violate any provision of this chapter.

    (b) Every person operating a snowmobile or other off-road vehicle upon a highway has the rights and is subject to the duties applicable to the driver of any other vehicle under this chapter, except as otherwise provided in this chapter, and except as to those provisions of this chapter which by their nature have no application. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.28.060 Riding on snowmobiles and other off-road vehicles
. A person driving a snowmobile

or other off-road vehicle may ride only on a permanent seat attached to the vehicle. No snowmobile or other off-road vehicle, when driven on a highway, may be used to carry persons other than the driver, unless the vehicle is designed and equipped with a seat for a passenger. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.28.070 Towing
. No person shall operate an off-road vehicle while towing a sled, toboggan, or other object, nor any person riding on same unless such sled, toboggan, or other object is attached to the off-road vehicle by a rigid bar, and the towed object shall be equipped with a red reflector on each side of rear. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.28.080 Exceptions
. Upon recommendation by the city manager and approved by the city council, controlled special events may be excepted from specific portions of this chapter, when satisfactory evidence is shown that the public health, safety, and welfare is protected. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.28.090 Time restriction
. No person shall operate or ride upon an off-road vehicle within the city limits after ten p.m., nor before eight a.m., except that this section shall not apply to an employee or an authorized officer of a municipal or state law enforcement agency while in the performance of official duties. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.28.100 Authorized area of operation
. (a) The only area within the corporate limits of the city authorized for operation of snowmobiles is defined as those portions of U.S. Survey 3945 lying northwesterly of Pillar Mountain Road and southwesterly of the upper reservoir.

    (b) Transportation to and from the designated area shall only be by truck or trailer to that part of Pillar Mountain Road below the city chlorinator building near the lower reservoir. Use of snowmobiles for transport within the city limits to the designated area is prohibited. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.28.110 Driver's license required
. A driver or operator of an off-road vehicle shall be required to have a valid motor vehicle operator's license or permit, or be accompanied by a person having such valid license, while operating a snowmobile in the area designated in section 10.28.100 or under the authorization of section 10.28.080. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984)
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CHAPTER 10.32
MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS



10.32.010 Repealed

10.32.020 Repealed

10.32.030 Repealed

10.32.040 Repealed

10.32.050 Repealed

10.32.060 Repealed

10.32.070 Repealed

10.32.080 Repealed

10.32.090 Repealed

10.32.100 Confinement of loads

10.32.110 Removal of dirt and debris

 



10.32.010 Miscellaneous provisions
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002.
Repealed §10.32.010 derived from Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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10.32.020 Tampering with or damaging a vehicle
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002. Repealed §10.32.020 derived from Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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10.32.030 Immediate notice of accident
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002. Repealed §10.32.030 derived from Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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10.32.040 Rendering of report by others
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002. Repealed §10.32.040 derived from Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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10.32.050 Penalty for false information
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002. Repealed §10.32.050 derived from Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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10.32.060 False report or destruction of evidence
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002. Repealed §10.32.060 derived from Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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10.32.070 Unlawful obstruction or blocking of traffic
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002. Repealed §10.32.070 derived from Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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10.32.080 Disobedience to signals of officer regulating traffic unlawful
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002. Repealed §10.32.080 derived from Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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10.32.090 Operation of vehicle with certain tires prohibited
. Repealed by Ordinance No. 1150, effective August 10, 2002. Repealed §10.32.090 derived from Ord. 730 (part), 1984

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10.32.100 Confinement of loads
. (a) No vehicle shall be driven or moved on any highway unless the vehicle is so constructed or loaded as to prevent any of the load from dropping, shifting, leaking, or escaping, except that sand may be dropped for the purpose of securing traction, and water or other substance may be sprinkled on a roadway in cleaning or maintaining it.

    (b) No person may operate on any highway any vehicle with a load unless the load, and any covering on it, is securely fastened so as to prevent the covering or load from coming loose, detached, or in any manner a hazard to other users of the highway. (Ord. 738 §1, 1984)

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10.32.110 Removal of dirt and debris
. (a) A contractor or other person in control of a construction, excavation, or other project necessitating or involving the hauling of dirt, rock, sand, or other materials or debris upon a highway or vehicular way or area shall conduct that project in such a manner as to avoid such materials being dropped, dragged, tracked, or otherwise deposited upon a highway or vehicular way and shall sweep, wash, or otherwise clean all such materials and debris from highways or vehicular ways affected by the project no less frequently than at the close of each working day.

    (b) Any contractor or other person who fails to comply with the provisions of paragraph (a) of this section shall pay all costs and expenses incurred by the city in cleaning the affected highways or other vehicular ways. (Ord. 738 §2, 1984)
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CHAPTER 10.36
 
ABANDONED VEHICLES




10.36.010 Abandoned vehicles

10.36.020 Presumption of abandonment

10.36.030 Proceeds from sale of abandoned vehicles

 



10.36.010 Abandoned vehicles
. AS 28.11 entitled "Abandoned Vehicles" as currently enacted is hereby adopted by reference to regulate abandoned vehicles in the city of Kodiak. The provisions relating to abandoned vehicles so adopted shall be interpreted, administered, and enforced with local amendments specifically set forth in this chapter. (Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.36.020 Presumption of abandonment
. AS 28.11.020 is hereby amended to read as follows: A vehicle which has been left unattended, standing, parked upon, or within 10 feet of the traveled portion of a highway in excess of twenty-four hours, or a vehicle left standing or parked on private property or upon other property of the city of Kodiak where not specifically permitted by a traffic-control device for more than twenty-four hours, without the consent of the owner or person in charge of the property, may be removed under AS 28.11.030 and treated as an abandoned vehicle, unless the vehicle is reclaimed and removed before the action regarding removal is taken under AS 28.11.030. The city of Kodiak, for good cause, may make provision for parking of vehicles on municipal property other than as specified in this section. (Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.36.030 Proceeds from sale of abandoned vehicles
. AS 28.11.110 is hereby amended to read as follows: The proceeds from the sale of an abandoned vehicle under this chapter after deducting the cost of impounding, advertising, and selling the vehicle shall be deposited with the city and accounted for as a fund for the disposal of abandoned vehicles and shall be made available to the police department for expenses incurred in the disposition of abandoned vehicles which do not generate any revenue. (Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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CHAPTER 10.40

IMPOUNDMENT OF VEHICLES

 

 



10.40.010 Impoundment

10.40.020 Safe and secure area or facility

10.40.030 Inventory of impounded vehicles

10.40.040 Order to release impounded vehicle

10.40.050 Sale at public auction

10.40.060 Fees and expenses

10.40.070 Records kept; disposal

 



10.40.010 Impoundment
. A person authorized by contract, or other official order, may remove an abandoned, wrecked, dismantled, or inoperative vehicle; or one involved in a collision or a police investigation; or any motor vehicle located or standing upon any public property, street, or alley right-of-way in violation of the provisions or this code; or any vehicle found to be mechanically unsafe to operate upon any street or alley; or whenever the driver of any vehicle is found to be incapacitated or is taken into custody by an officer for an offense involving either driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs, reckless driving, negligent driving, or any felony; or if any vehicle is located on private property and the owner or lessee notifies the chief of police in writing that any vehicle has been located on the property for over twenty-four hours without the consent of the owner or lessee by towing it to an approved impound area or facility. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.40.020 Safe and secure area or facility
. All vehicles impounded by official order of the city shall be stored in a safe and secure area or facility. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.40.030 Inventory of impounded vehicles
. (a) Upon impoundment and storage of a vehicle, a police officer or other authorized person shall make, or cause to be made, an inventory of the contents of the vehicle and an estimate of the value of those contents. The inventory shall be included in or attached to a written report which shall describe the vehicle, the date, time, and place of impoundment, the grounds for impoundment, and the place of impoundment of the vehicle. At the time of release of the vehicle, the person to whom the vehicle is to be released shall review the inventory to confirm the vehicle contents and shall sign a statement acknowledging the accuracy of the inventory and the receipt of the vehicle contents.

    (b) If, at the time the inventory is conducted, property is discovered which could be readily removed from the vehicle and which has an estimated value in excess of $100, or which is, or could be, dangerous or hazardous if left in the vehicle or unlawfully removed, the impounding officer may, at the officer's discretion, cause that property to be stored in the police evidence locker or other suitable location pending its release to the owner. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.40.040 Order to release impounded vehicle
. A person authorized by contract, or other official order, may release any vehicle impounded pursuant to the provisions of this chapter. Such release shall only be made to a person who presents a valid "Order to Release" signed by the chief of police. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.40.050 Sale at public auction
. A person authorized by contract, or other official order, may arrange the sale at public auction of any vehicle which has remained in impound for such period of time, under such circumstances, and after such notice as is required to authorize such sale pursuant to state law; provided however, that no such auction will be conducted without written approval from the chief of police specifying the vehicle or vehicles to be sold. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984) (See also 7.36.045.)

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10.40.060 Fees and expenses
. The city, or its authorized agent, shall collect directly from the vehicle owner or his agent, any towing, impound, storage, and/or disposal fees or expenses associated with vehicles towed or impounded. Under the authority of AS 28.10.502, a person authorized by contract, or other official order, to tow, transport, or store a vehicle has a possessory lien on the vehicle. The lien remains in effect while the vehicle is in the possession of the person, and the vehicle may be sold to pay the charges for towing, transportation, or storage. (Ord. 921 §1, 1991: Ord. 730 (part), 1984)

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10.40.070 Records kept
; disposal. (a) A person authorized by contract, or other official order, to tow and/or store vehicles shall maintain and make available to the city such records as the city may require, including, but not by way of limitation, written records reflecting the time, place, and circumstances associated with the impoundment of each such vehicle, an inventory of its contents at the time of impoundment, and details concerning its release or sale at public auction.

    (b) All records maintained pursuant to this section shall be retained for at least two years and made available to the city upon request. In no event shall any records maintained pursuant to this section be destroyed without prior written consent of the city. (Ord. 730 (part), 1984)
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CHAPTER 10.44
FINE SCHEDULE




10.44.010 Disposition of scheduled offenses

10.44.020 Failure to obey citation

10.44.030 Vehicle and traffic offenses; fine schedule

 



10.44.010 Disposition of scheduled offenses
. (a) A person cited for an offense for which a fine amount is established in section 10.44.030 may dispose of the charge by mailing or personally delivering to the Alaska Court System (per AS 29.25.075) within five days of the date of the citation the fine amount plus any surcharge required to be imposed by AS 29.25.074, and the citation with the "no contest plea" box checked on the back of the citation. The payment of a fine under this subsection shall be treated as a judgment of conviction under this chapter.
    (b) If a person cited for an offense for which a fine amount is established in section 10.44.030 appears in court to contest the citation and is found guilty, the maximum sentence which may be imposed is the scheduled fine amount plus any surcharge required to be imposed by AS 29.25.074.
    (c) A person cited for an offense for which a fine amount is established in section 10.44.030 does not have a right to a jury or to a court-appointed lawyer. (Ord. 1150 §14, 2002; Ord. 1081, §11, 1998; Ord. 826 §2, (part), 1988)

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10.44.020 Failure to obey citation
. If a person is cited for an offense for which a scheduled fine has been established and fails to pay the fine, or appear in court, the citation shall be considered a summons for a misdemeanor. (Ord. 1150 §14, 2002; Ord. 1081, §12, 1998; Ord. 826 §2, (part), 1988)

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10.44.030 Vehicle and traffic offenses
; fine schedule. (a) Pursuant to AS 28.05.151, the following vehicle and traffic offenses are amenable to disposition without court appearance upon payment of a fine in the amount listed below. The fine amounts listed below are doubled for violations committed within a highway work zone, as that term is defined in AS 28.40.100 and 13 AAC 40.010(b).
    (b) Pursuant to AS 28.15.131 and 13 AAC 04.008, a citation for an offense listed as "Corr" must be dismissed (or voided) if proof of correction is presented to an inspection official within the time allowed. If the required repair is not made, the offense may be disposed of without court appearance upon payment of the fine amount listed.

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STATUTE, REGULATION OR ORDINANCE

DESCRIPTION OF OFFENSE 

FINE

 

 

 

13 AAC 02.005(a) 

Disobedience to Traffic Control Devices

100

13 AAC 02.010(a)(1)(A & B)

FTY to Vehicle in Intersection After Green Signal

150

13 AAC 02.010(a)(1)(A & B)

FTY to Pedestrian in Crosswalk After Green Signal

150

13 AAC 02.010(a)(3)(A)

Failure to Stop for Steady Red Traffic Signal

150

13 AAC 02.010(a)(3)(B)

FTY When Turning on Red Signal

150

13 AAC 02.010(a)(3)(B)

Turning on Red Signal When Prohibited

75

13 AAC 02.010(a)(3)(C)

Failure to Stop for Steady Red Arrow

150

13 AAC 02.010(b)

Position of Vehicle Stopping at Intersection

75

13 AAC 02.015

Failure to Obey Pedestrian Control Signal

40

13 AAC 02.020(a)(1)

Failure to Yield After Stopping for Flashing Red Signal

150

13 AAC 02.020(a)(1)

Failure to Stop for Flashing Red Signal

150

13 AAC 02.025

Lane Use Control Signals

75

13 AAC 02.030(a)

 Display of Unauthorized Signs, Signals, or Markings

50

13 AAC 02.050(a)

Failure to Drive on Right Side of Roadway

75

13 AAC 02.050(a)(3)

FTY When Driving Left of Obstructed Roadway

150

13 AAC 02.050(b)

Vehicle Not to Use Left Lane at Less than Speed Limit

75

13 AAC 02.050(b)

Turn Off Required When 5 or More Vehicles Are Behind
Charge under AS 24.35.140(b)


100

13 AAC 02.055(a)

Improper Overtaking on Right

75

13 AAC 02.055(b)

Return to Lane Only When Clear

100

13 AAC 02.060(a)

Limitations on Driving Left of Center

100

13 AAC 02.065(a)

Improper Overtaking on the Left

150

13 AAC 02.065(a)

FTY to Overtaking Vehicle

150

13 AAC 02.065(b)

FTY to On-Coming Traffic When Passing

150

13 AAC 02.070

FTY ½ of Roadway to On-Coming Vehicle and
Failure to Pass on Right of On-Coming Vehicle

100

13 AAC 02.075(b)

Passing/Driving Left of Center in No Pass Zone

150

13 AAC 02.080(b-c)

Wrong Way on One-Way Roadway

100

13 AAC 02.085(a)

Improper Lane Change

75

13 AAC 02.085(b)

Improper Use of Center Lane of 3-Lane Roadway

75

13 AAC 02.090(a-c)

Following Too Closely

100

13 AAC 02.095(a)

Driving Over, Across, or Within Barrier/Median

100

13 AAC 02.095(a)

Failure to Stay on Right Side of Divided Highway

100

13 AAC 02.095(c)

Improper Entry/Exit-Controlled-Access Highway

75

13 AAC 02.107

Drive Nearest Right Edge on Narrow/Winding Roadway

75

13 AAC 02.120(a)

FTY to Vehicle on Right at Unsigned Intersection

90

13 AAC 02.120(b)

FTY to Vehicle Entering Intersection After Stop

150

13 AAC 02.125

FTY When Turning Left

150

13 AAC 02.130(b)

Improper Position of Vehicle Stopping at Stop Sign

75

13 AAC 02.130(b-c)

FTY After Stopping or at Yield Sign

150

13 AAC 02.130(b)

Failure to Stop for Stop Sign

100

13 AAC 02.135(b)

FTY When Entering Roadway from Non-Roadway

100

13 AAC 02.140(c)

Driver of Emergency Vehicle Not to Disregard Safety

100

13 AAC 02.150(a-b)

Pedestrians Subject to Traffic Regulations

40

13 AAC 02.155(a)

FTY to Pedestrian in Crosswalk

100

13 AAC 02.155(b)

Pedestrian to Exercise Due Caution

50

13 AAC 02.155(c)

Vehicle Not to Pass Vehicle Stopped for Pedestrian

75

13 AAC 02.155(e)

Not to Drive Within or Through Pedestrian Safety Zone

50

13 AAC 02.160(a-f)

Pedestrian Crossing at Other than Crosswalks

25

13 AAC 02.175(a-e)

Pedestrian to Use Sidewalk/Left Edge of Roadway and Not Interfere, Sleep, Loiter, or Obstruct

40

13 AAC 02.180

 

Pedestrian Not to Distract Drivers When Soliciting Rides and Pedestrian Not to Solicit Employment, Business, or Contributions from Vehicle Occupants

50

13 AAC 02.190(a)

FTY to Pedestrian w/White Cane/Guide Dog

150

13 AAC 02.190(b)

Not to Use White Cane/Guide Dog Unless Blind

150

13 AAC 02.195(a)

Pedestrian FTY to Authorized Emergency Vehicle

50

13 AAC 02.200(a-c)

Improper Position/Method Turning at Intersection

75

13 AAC 02.205(a-b)

U-Turn Only When Safe/Not on Hill, Crest, or Curve

75

13 AAC 02.210

Improper Start From Parked/Stopped/Standing

75

13 AAC 02.215(a-f)

Signals Required - Turn/Stop/Slowing-Discontinue After

75

13 AAC 02.240(a-b)

Obedience to Train Signals and Barriers

100

13 AAC 02.250(a)

 Certain Vehicles to Stop at All Railroad Crossings

200

13 AAC 02.255(a & b)

Heavy Equipment to Give Notice of RR Crossing

75

13 AAC 02.255(a & c)

Heavy Equipment to Stop at RR Crossing

200

13 AAC 02.257

Give Warning w/Horn When Vision Restricted/ Alley/Driveway/Bldgs

50

13 AAC 02.257

Stop: Emerging from Alley/Driveway/Building

100

13 AAC 02.257

Position of Stop When Emerging From Alley/Driveway/Bldg.

75

13 AAC 02.265

Stop When Traffic May be Obstructed

75

13 AAC 02.275(a)

Basic Speed: Reasonable & Prudent for Road Conditions

90

13 AAC 02.275(b)

Speeding:
       3-9 mph over posted limit
     10-19 mph over posted limit
      20 mph over posted limit


8/mi.
8/mi.
12/mi.

13 AAC 02.280(a-d)

Altered Speed Limits:
       3-9 mph over posted limit
       10-19 mph over posted limit
       20 mph over posted limit


8/mi.
8/mi.
12/mi.

13 AAC 02.295

Minimum Speed Regulation

60

13 AAC 02.325(a)

Speed Limitation on Motor- Driven Cycles at Night

 60

13 AAC 02.325(b) & (e)

Special Speed Limit When: (b) Towing Mobile Home or (e) Passing School Bus with Flashing Yellow Lights 
      3-9 mph over
     10-19 mph over posted limit
     20 mph over posted limit


 
8/mi.
8/mi.
12/mi.

13 AAC 02.325(c)

Driving With Lighted Headlights At Unreasonable Speed

75

13 AAC 02.325(d) Special Speed Limitations on Public School or
      Playground or Crosswalk:
     
3-9 mph over
     10-19 mph over posted limit
     20 mph over posted limit
     



12/mi., 6 points
14/mi., 6 points
16/mi., 6 points

13 AAC 02.325(f)

Overweight, Oversize or Excess Speed When Crossing Over Bridge or Through Tunnel:
     
3-9 mph over
    10-19 mph over posted limit
     20 mph over posted limit
     
Overwidth
     
Overlength
     
Overweight



8/mi.
8/mi.
12/mi.
. 50/ft. 
25ft. 
.05/lb.

13 AAC 02.340(a-d except (d)(1)(L))

Stopping/Standing/Parking on Highway/Other Location

25

13 AAC 02.340(d)(1)(L)

Handicapped Parking, Charge under AS 28.35.235
      1st offense
      2nd offense


125
250

13 AAC 02.365(a-g)

Additional Parking Regulations

25

13 AAC 02.367(d)

Not to Stop/Stand/Park in Loading Zone

25

13 AAC 02.372(b)

Position of Bus Stopping to Load/Unload Passengers

25

13 AAC 02.372(c)

Taxi Cab Restrictions on Standing/Parking

50

13 AAC 02.372(d)

Stop/Stand in Bus Stop/Taxi Stand

25

13 AAC 02.377(c-f)

Parking Meter Violations

15

13 AAC 02.395(b-e)

Special Bicycle Violations

40

13 AAC 02.400(a-h)

Riding Bicycles on Roadways/Bike  Paths

40

13 AAC 02.420(a-c)

Parking of Bicycles

20

13 AAC 02.425(a-c)

Special Motorcycle Violations

60

13 AAC 02.425(d) Motorcycle Cling to Other Vehicle

200

13 AAC 02.427(a)

Motor Vehicle Not to Deprive Motorcycle of Full Lane Use

50

13 AAC 02.427(a)

Motorcycles More than Two Abreast

50

13 AAC 02.427(b)

Motorcycle Passing in Same Lane As Other Motor Vehicle

50

13 AAC 02.445

Snowmobile and Other Off-Highway Vehicle Violations

75

13 AAC 02.455(a-f) 

Snowmobile and Other Off-Highway Vehicle Operation on Highways and Other Locations

50

13 AAC 02.455(g)  Snowmobile or Other Off-Highway Vehicle Traveling
on Pedestrian Pathway


100

13 AAC 02.480

Requirements for Unattended Motor Vehicle

50

13 AAC 02.482(a)

Bicycles/Pedestrians Traveling in Prohibited Area

50

13 AAC 02.482(a)

Driving a Motor Vehicle Where Prohibited

150

13 AAC 02.482(b) 

Non-Motorized Vehicle to Yield to Traffic on Roadway

40

13 AAC 02.485(a-b) 

Limitation on Backing

75

13 AAC 02.487 

Driving Vehicle on Sidewalk

150

13 AAC 02.495(a&c)

Obstructing Driver's View/Control of Vehicle

75

13 AAC 02.495(d)

Opening Doors/Entering or Leaving When Vehicle in Motion

25

13 AAC 02.495(e-f)

Person Riding Outside Vehicle Or In Trailer

100

13 AAC 02.497(a) 

Interfering w/Funeral Procession

75

13 AAC 02.497(b)

Requirements for Drivers in Funeral Procession

40

13 AAC 02.497(c)

Permit Requirements for Funeral Procession/Parade

40

13 AAC 02.505(d-e)

Motor Vehicle Drivers to Exercise Due Care Re Animals

125

13 AAC 02.515

Coasting Prohibited

50

13 AAC 02.517(a-e,g)

Emergency Vehicle Regulations

60

13 AAC 02.520(a) 

Following Emergency Vehicle Closer Than 500 Feet

100

13 AAC 02.520(b)

Improper Stopping/Parking at Emergency Scene

100

13 AAC 02.520(c)

Crossing Fire Hose

100

13 AAC 02.530(d) 

Haul/Drag Material Causing Damage to Highway

150

13 AAC 02.532 

RR Trains Not to Block Roadways

50

13 AAC 02.545(a)

Drinking While Driving

300

13 AAC 02.545(b)

Drivers to Exercise Due Care to Avoid Collision

150

13 AAC 04.003

Minimum Equipment Required for Sale/Rent/Lease/Loan

75

13 AAC 04.004(a-c)

Sale or Use of Equipment

50

13 AAC 04.005(a) 

Disconnection/Alteration of Equipment

50

13 AAC 04.005(b) 

Operating A Vehicle Modified To Be Too Low or Too High

300

13 AAC 04.005(c) 

Operating A Vehicle With Features or Load Adversely
 Affecting Steering, Braking, or Stability

200 

13 AAC 04.006(b-c)

Submit to Roadside Vehicle Inspection

75

13 AAC 04.009(a-c)

Prohibited Practices--Inspection/Repair

50

13 AAC 04.010 

Illuminate Lights as Required

50

13 AAC 04.015(d)

Lights Must Be in Good Working Order, Securely Mounted, Not Obstructed

 75

13 AAC 04.020(a) & (f-g)

Headlight Requirements

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.020(e)(1 & 2)

Headlight Dimming Requirements

50

13 AAC 04.025(a-c)

Taillight Requirements

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.030(a) 

Reflector Requirements

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.035(a-c)

Stop Light Requirements

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.037(a-c)

Turn Light Requirements

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.040(a-q)

Additional Lighting Requirements

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.070(a-d) 

Parking Light Requirements

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.070(e)

Parking Lights Not Used When Vehicle in Motion

50

13 AAC 04.090(a),(c),(g) 

Additional Lights Required for Emergency Vehicle

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.095(c-i)

Flashing Yellow Vehicular Light Requirements

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.095(d), (g), (i)

Flashing Yellow Lights Used When Required

75

13 AAC 04.097(a-c)

Special School Bus Lighting Equipment

Corr/100

13 AAC 04.097(a)

Use of Flashing Red Light–School Bus

60

13 AAC 04.100(a-h)

Improper Use of Flashing Blue Lights

60

13 AAC 04.145(a-e)

Improper Use of Auxiliary/Spot Lights

60

13 AAC 04.145(a-e)

Restrictions on Lighting Equipment

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.145(f)

Use of Lights in Colors Not Authorized

50

13 AAC 04.205(a-c)

Brake Requirements

Corr/90

13 AAC 04.205(d) & (e) 

Improper Towing

300

13 AAC 04.210(a) 

Failure to Give Audible Warning as Required

50

13 AAC 04.210(a-d) 

Horn/Warning Device Requirements

Corr/60

13 AAC 04.215(a-b)

Muffler Requirements

Corr/60

13 AAC  04.220(a-c) Mirror Requirements

  Corr/60

13 AAC 04.223

Tinted Windows

   Corr/150

13 AAC 04.225(a-b)

View Not To Be Obstructed

60

13 AAC 04.225(a-g)

Windshield and Wiper Requirements

Corr/50

13 AAC 04.230(a-e)

Tire Restrictions and Requirements

Corr/100

13 AAC 04.240(a-c)

Flares/Other Warning Devices Requirements

75

13 AAC 04.245(a-i)

Display of Warning Lights/Devices

75

13 AAC 04.247(a-c)

Color/Special Equipment on School Buses

 Corr/100

13 AAC 04.247(d)

Improper Use of Signs/Stop Arm on School Bus

50

13 AAC 04.250 

Compressed Gas Fuel Requirements: Venting and Signage

Corr/150

13 AAC 04.252(a-c)

Slow Moving Vehicle Emblem Requirements

50

13 AAC 04.255(b-d)

Air Conditioning Equipment Requirements

Corr/100

13 AAC 04.257

Emission Control System Requirements

Corr/100

13 AAC 04.260(a-c)

Restrictions on Television/Headset in Motor Vehicle

150

13 AAC 04.265(a-b)

Anti-Spray Device Requirements (see  AS 28.35.253 also)

Corr/50

13 AAC 04.270(a),(c)

Safety Belt Requirements

Corr/75

13 AAC 04.272 

Energy Absorption System Requirements

Corr/75

13 AAC 04.275(a-e)

Connections/Safety Devices--Towed Vehicles

75

13 AAC 04.320(a-b)

Motorcycle Headlight Requirements

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.320(c)

Bicycle Headlight Requirements

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.320(d)

Lights Turned On When on Highway–Motor Driven Cycle

60

13 AAC 04.325(a)

Bicycle Taillight Requirements

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.325(a-b)

Motorcycle Taillight Requirements

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.330(a-b)

Motorcycle Stop/Turn Light Requirements

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.335(a) 

Motorcycle Reflector Requirements

Corr/30

13 AAC 04.335(b)

Bicycle Reflector Requirements

Corr/20

13 AAC 04.340(a)

Motorcycle Brake Requirements

Corr/90

13 AAC 04.340(b)

Bicycle Brakes

Corr/40

13 AAC 04.345(a)

Motorcycle Handgrips and Footrests for Passengers

Corr/50

13 AAC 04.345(b)

Motorcycle Handlebar Requirements

Corr/75

13 AAC 04.350(a)

Helmet Required--Minors/Passengers (AS 28.35.245 exempts adults)

75

13 AAC 04.350(b)

Eye-Protective Device Required When No Windscreen

50

13 AAC 04.350(c)

Minimum Equip. for Rent/Lease/Loan of Motorcycle

75

13 AAC 04.355(a)

Other Equipment Required (horn, mirrors, tires, emission control system)
Bicycle
Motor-Driven Cycle



 Corr/40
Corr/40

13 AAC 04.355(b)

Motorcycle Windshield Requirements

Corr/60

13 AAC 04.400(a-b)

 Snowmobile/Off Hwy Vehicle Lights and Reflectors

Corr/60

13 AAC 04.405

Snowmobile/Off Hwy Vehicle Brakes

Corr/60

13 AAC 04.410

Snowmobile/Off Hwy Vehicle Throttle

Corr/60

13 AAC 04.415(a-b) 

Snowmobile/Off Hwy Vehicle Muffler/Emission Controls

Corr/60

13 AAC 04.420(a-b)

Snowmobile/Off Hwy Vehicle Other Equipment

Corr/40

13 AAC 08.140

Unlawful Use of Classified License

50

KCC 10.08.030(f-g)

Additional Parking Regulations

10

KCC 10.08.050(a) Limited time parking

10

KCC 10.08.055(b) Parking in city parking lots

10

KCC 10.08.060

Motor Vehicles Used as Living or Sleeping Quarters

100

KCC 10.08.090

Riding Skateboard or Similar Device Where Prohibited

20

KCC 10.12.030

Transportation of Hazardous Material

20

KCC 10.28

Snowmobiles and Other Off-Road

20

KCC 10.32.100

Confinement of Loads

50

KCC 10.32.110

Removal of Dirt and Debris

50

KCC 10.36

Abandoned Vehicles

100

(Ord. 1279 §4, 2010; Ord. 1178 §1, 2004; Ord. 1150 §14, 2002; Ord. 1081, §13, 1998; Ord. 921 §1 and §2, 1991: Ord. 838 §2, 1988: Ord. 826 §2 (part), 1988)

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