A. Any person parking a vehicle on a borough-owned street or improved right-of-way shall remove the subject vehicle within 12 hours of the issuance of a temporary parking closure. Temporary parking closure notifications shall be provided by borough officials or service district representatives via public radio and temporary signage placed in the vicinity of the closure.
B. During declared natural disasters, extreme weather events or when a vehicle is impeding necessary public services, where immediate action by the borough or service district is required in order to maintain operability of the street or improved right-of-way, a minimum of two borough officials, upon agreement, may have vehicles removed from the right-of-way without notification to the vehicle’s owner prior to removal. [Ord. FY2020-09 §11, 2020].