Chapter 208

Chapter 208
PARKING AND TRAFFIC
[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Fredonia 11-25-1996 by L.L. No. 7-1996. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Parking lots — See Ch. 207.
Traffic and parking in Russell R. Joy Park — See Ch. 209. Art. I.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 257.

ARTICLE I
General Provisions
§ 208-1. Definitions.
A. The words and phrases used in this chapter shall, for the purposes of this chapter, have the meanings respectively ascribed to them by Article 1 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
B. The following word and phrases, which are not defined by Article 1 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York, shall have the meanings respectively ascribed to them in this section for the purposes of this chapter:
CURBLINE — The prolongation of the lateral line of a curb or, in the absence of a curb, the lateral boundary line of the roadway.
HOLIDAYS — As set forth in § 24 of the General Construction Law of the State of New York.
OFFICIAL TIME STANDARD — Whenever certain hours are named herein or on traffic control devices, they shall mean the time standard which is in current use in this state.
§ 208-2. Authority to install traffic control devices.
The Village of Fredonia Streets Department shall install and maintain traffic control devices when and as required under the provisions of this chapter, to make effective the provisions of this chapter, and may install and maintain such additional traffic control devices as he may deem necessary to regulate, warn or guide traffic under the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York, subject to the provisions of §§ 1682 and 1684 of that law.
§ 208-3. Schedules; adoption of regulations.
A. For the purpose of maintaining an accurate record of all regulations adopted under the provisions of this chapter, there is hereby established a system of schedules, appearing as Article VII of this chapter, in which shall be entered all regulations after adoption. Such schedules shall be deemed a part of the section to which they refer. All regulations shall be adopted with reference to the appropriate schedule as indicated in the various sections of this chapter.
B. Regulations shall be adopted by the Board of Trustees in accordance with provisions of the Village Law and the Vehicle and Traffic Law, or by an officer or agency authorized by the Board of Trustees to adopt regulations pursuant to § 1603 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law.
ARTICLE II
Traffic Regulations
§ 208-4. Traffic control signals.
Traffic control signals shall be installed and operated at the intersection of those streets described in Schedule I (§ 208-40), attached to and made a part of this chapter.
§ 208-5. Speed limits.
The maximum speed at which vehicles may proceed on or along any streets or highways within the Village is hereby established at 30 miles per hour, except that the speed limit for vehicles proceeding on or along those streets or parts of streets described in Schedule II (§ 208-41), attached to and made a part of this chapter, shall be as indicated in said schedule.
§ 208-6. (Reserved)
§ 208-7. One-way streets.
The streets or parts of streets described in Schedule IV (§ 208-43), attached to and made a part of this chapter, are hereby designated as one-way streets in the direction indicated.
§ 208-8. Prohibited turns at intersections.
No person shall make a turn of the kind designated (left, right, all) at any of the locations described in Schedule V (§ 208-44), attached to and made a part of this chapter.
§ 208-9. Prohibited right turns on red signal.
No person shall make a right turn when facing a steady red signal (stop indication) at any of the locations described in Schedule VI (§ 208-45), attached to and made a part of this chapter.
§ 208-10. Through streets.
The streets or parts of streets described in Schedule VII (§ 208-46), attached to and made a part of this chapter, are hereby designated as through streets. Traffic control devices shall be installed on each street intersecting the through street.
§ 208-11. Stop intersections.
The intersections described in Schedule VIII (§ 208-47), attached to and made a part of this chapter, are hereby designated as stop intersections. Stop signs shall be installed as provided therein.
§ 208-12. Yield intersections.
The intersections described in Schedule IX (§ 208-48), attached to and made a part of this chapter, are hereby designated as yield intersections. Yield signs shall be installed as provided therein.
§ 208-13. Truck route system.
A. A truck route system upon which all trucks, tractors and tractor-trailer combinations having a total gross weight in excess of 20,000 pounds are permitted to travel and operate shall be as set forth in Schedule X (§ 208-49), attached to and made a part of this chapter.
B. All trucks, tractors and tractor-trailer combinations having a total gross weight in excess of 20,000 pounds are hereby excluded from all streets except those streets listed in Schedule X, except that this exclusion shall not be construed to prevent the delivery or pickup of merchandise or other property along the street from which such vehicles and combinations are excluded.
ARTICLE III
Parking, Standing and Stopping
§ 208-14. Application of Article.
The provisions of this article shall apply except when it is necessary to stop a vehicle to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the directions of a police officer or official traffic control device.
§ 208-15. Parking between sidewalk and paved portion of street restricted.
No person shall park a vehicle at any time between the sidewalk and the paved portion of any street in the Village of Fredonia unless permission is granted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Fredonia.
§ 208-16. Overnight parking prohibited.
No person shall park a vehicle upon any public highway within the corporate limits of the Village of Fredonia between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. from November 15 to April 15.
§ 208-17. Parking prohibited at all times.
No person shall park a vehicle at any time upon any of the streets or parts thereof described in Schedule XI (§ 208-50), attached to and made a part of this chapter.
§ 208-18. No stopping.
No person shall stop a vehicle upon any of the streets or parts of streets described in Schedule XII (§ 208-51), attached to and made a part of this chapter.
§ 208-19. No standing.
No person shall stand a vehicle upon any of the streets or parts of streets described in Schedule XIII (§ 208-52), attached to and made a part of this chapter.
§ 208-19.1. Parking of trailers or trailer trucks. [Added 7-22-2013 by L.L. No. 5-2013]
A. On streets or municipal parking lots within the Village where parking of vehicles is permitted, no person shall park a trailer or trailer truck upon any of such streets or municipal parking lots within the Village of Fredonia for more than two hours on any day, except such parking shall be permitted in the following cases, provided there is no obstruction of vehicle traffic:
(1) For two days if in connection with moving of equipment or furniture or appliances into a building within 50 feet of the trailer or trailer truck; or
(2) For a period of time not to exceed seven days if in connection with the repair or construction of a building within 50 feet of the trailer or trailer truck. Where parking of vehicles is prohibited on any Village street or municipal parking lot, such prohibition shall apply also to trailers and trailer trucks.
B. Any trailer or trailer truck parking in violation of this section shall be subject to towing and storage at the owner’s expense, and the owner or operator shall be subject to a fine of $35 per day, and each additional day a violation shall exist shall constitute a separate offense punishable by a fine not exceeding an additional $35 a day.
C. For the purposes of this section, “trailer” shall be defined the same as in § 156 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law. “Trailer truck” shall be defined as a truck primarily designed to tow a trailer and is also referred to as a semi-truck.
§ 208-20. Parking prohibited certain hours.
No person shall park a vehicle between the hours specified in Schedule XIV (§ 208-53) of any day, unless otherwise indicated, upon any of the streets or parts of streets described in said schedule, attached to and made a part of this chapter.
§ 208-21. No stopping certain hours.
No person shall stop a vehicle during the times specified in Schedule XV (§ 208-54) of any day, unless otherwise indicated, upon any of the streets or parts of streets described in said schedule, attached to and made a part of this chapter.
§ 208-22. No standing certain hours.
No person shall stand a vehicle during the times specified in Schedule XVI (§ 208-55) of any day, unless otherwise indicated, upon any of the streets or parts of streets described in said schedule, attached to and made a part of this chapter.
§ 208-23. Time limit parking.
No person shall park a vehicle for longer than the time limit shown in Schedule XVII (§ 208-56) at any time between the hours listed in said schedule of any day, unless otherwise indicated, upon any of the streets or parts of streets described in said schedule, attached to and made a part of this chapter.
§ 208-24. Handicapped parking. [Amended 11-10-2009 by L.L. No. 7-2009]
The locations described in Schedule XVIII (§ 208-57), attached to and made a part of this chapter, are hereby designated as handicapped parking zones. Violators of this section shall be punished by a fine of $60.
§ 208-25. Loading zones.
The locations described in Schedule XIX (§ 208-58), attached to and made a part of this chapter, are hereby designated as loading zones.
§ 208-25.1. Unauthorized parking on private property. [Added 5-26-2009 by L.L. No. 2-2009]
A. Unauthorized parking on private property prohibited. It shall be unlawful for any person to park or stand a vehicle, whether occupied or unoccupied, except temporarily for the purpose of and while actually loading or unloading such vehicle, in any private driveway or on any private parking lot or other private property without the express or implied consent of the owner or person in lawful possession thereof. In the event the identity of the driver of such vehicle is unknown, the owner or person in whose name such vehicle is registered shall be prima facie deemed to be in violation hereof.
B. Limitations on enforcement. No person shall be charged with violation of this section for parking in a parking space or lot of a business, commercial or multiple-family use unless either:
(1) A sign visible from all the entrances to the lot or from the parking space prohibits unauthorized parking; or
(2) The person parking in such private parking area has been warned orally or in writing to refrain from parking there.
C. Penalty. Any person who violates this section shall be subject to a fine of $50.
ARTICLE IV
Removal and Storage of Vehicles
§ 208-26. Authority to impound vehicles.
A. When any vehicle is parked or abandoned on any highway or public parking lot within this Village during a snowstorm, flood, fire or other public emergency which affects that portion of the public highway or parking lot upon which said vehicle is parked or abandoned, said vehicle may be removed by or under the direction of the Fredonia Police Department.
B. When any vehicle is found unattended on any highway or public parking lot within the Village where said vehicle constitutes an obstruction to traffic or is in violation of any provision of this chapter, said vehicle may be removed by or under the direction of the Fredonia Police Department.
§ 208-27. Storage and charges.
After removal of any vehicle as provided in this article, the Police Department may store or cause such vehicle to be stored in a suitable place at the expense of the owner. Such owner or person in charge of the vehicle may redeem the same upon payment to the person with whom stored of the amount of all expenses actually and necessarily incurred in effecting such removal and storage, such storage charges not to exceed $5 per day or fraction thereof.
§ 208-28. Notice of removal.
It shall be the duty of the Fredonia Police Department to ascertain to the extent possible the owner of the vehicle or the person having the same in charge and to notify him of the removal and disposition of such vehicle and of the amount which will be required to redeem same. Said Police Department shall also, without delay, report to the Village Administrator/Clerk the removal and disposition of any vehicle removed as provided in this article.
ARTICLE V
Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 208-29. Penalties for offenses.
Every person convicted of a traffic infraction for a violation of any provision of this chapter which is not a violation of any provision of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York shall, for a first conviction thereof, be punished by a fine of not more than $100 or by imprisonment for not more than 15 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment; for a second such conviction within 18 months thereafter, such person shall be punished by a fine of not more than $200 or by imprisonment for not more than 45 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment; upon a third or subsequent conviction within 18 months after the first conviction, such person shall be punished by a fine of not more than $300 or by imprisonment for not more than 90 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
ARTICLE VI
Metered Parking
§ 208-30. Definitions.
The following words and phrases, which are not defined by Article 1 of the Vehicle and Traffic Laws of the State of New York, shall have the meanings respectively ascribed to them in this section for purposes of this article:
PARKING METER — Any mechanical device or meter not inconsistent with this article placed or erected for the regulation of parking by authority of this article. Each “parking meter” installed shall indicate by proper legend the legal parking time established by the Village and, when operated, shall at all times indicate the balance of legal parking time and, at the expiration of such period, shall indicate illegal or overtime parking.
PARKING METER SPACE — Any space within a parking meter zone, which is adjacent to a parking meter and which is duly designated for the parking of a single vehicle by lines painted or otherwise durably marked on the curb or on the surface of the street or lot adjacent to or adjoining the parking meters.
PARKING METER ZONE — Any restricted on-street parking area or off-street parking lot upon which parking meters are installed and in operation.
§ 208-31. Designation of parking spaces.
The Fredonia Streets Department is hereby directed and authorized to provide for the marking off of individual parking spaces in the parking meter zones designated and described in Schedule XX (§ 208-59), said parking spaces to be designated by lines painted or marked on the curbing or surface of the street or lot. At each space so marked off, it shall be unlawful to park any vehicle in such a way that said vehicle shall not be entirely within the limits of the space so designated.
§ 208-32. Installation of parking meters.
In said parking meter zones, the Fredonia Streets Department shall cause parking meters to be installed upon the curb, sidewalk or area immediately adjacent to the parking spaces provided in this article. No parking meters shall be installed in areas where parking is prohibited pursuant to the provisions of the Vehicle and Traffic Law. The Police Department shall be responsible for the regulation, control, operation, maintenance and use of such parking meters. Each device shall be so set as to display a signal showing legal parking upon the deposit of the appropriate coin, lawful money of the United States of America, for the period of time prescribed in Schedule XX (§ 208-59). Each device shall be so arranged that upon the expiration of the lawful time limit, it will indicate by a proper, visible signal that the lawful parking period has expired, and in such case the right of such vehicle to occupy such space shall cease, and the operator, owner, possessor or manager thereof shall be subject to the penalties hereinafter provided.
§ 208-33. Operation of parking meters.
A. Except in a period of emergency determined by an officer of the Fire or Police Department, or in compliance with the directions of a police officer or traffic control sign or signal, when any vehicle shall be parked in any parking space alongside or next to which a parking meter is located, the operator of such vehicle shall, upon entering said parking meter space, immediately deposit or cause to be deposited in said meter such proper coin of the United States of America as is required for such parking meter and as is designated by proper directions on the meter, and when required by the directions on the meter, the operator of such vehicle, after the deposit of the proper coin, shall also set in operation the timing mechanism on such meter in accordance with directions properly appearing thereon, and failure to deposit such proper coin and to set the timing mechanism in operation when so required shall constitute a violation of this article. Upon the deposit of such coin (and the setting of the timing mechanism in operation when so required), the parking space may be lawfully occupied by such vehicle during the period of time which has been prescribed for the part of the street in which said parking space is located, provided that any person placing a vehicle in a parking meter space adjacent to a meter which indicates that unused time has been left in the meter by the previous occupant of the space shall not be required to deposit a coin so long as his occupancy of said space does not exceed the indicated unused parking time. If said vehicle shall remain parked in any such parking space beyond the parking time limit set for such parking space and if the meter shall indicate such illegal parking, then and in that event such vehicle shall be considered as parking overtime and beyond the period of legal parking time, and such parking shall be deemed a violation of this article.
B. Said parking meters shall be operated in said parking meter zones Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Excepted from this section shall be: [Amended 7-14-2003]
(1) Public holidays which shall be defined as set forth in § 24 of the General Construction Law of the State of New York.
(2) Those times and places as may be authorized by resolution of the Board of Trustees for Village elections.
(3) The Christmas shopping period, if authorized by resolution of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Fredonia, provided that such shopping period shall not exceed 14 days prior to Christmas.
§ 208-34. Manner of parking.
When a parking meter space is parallel with the adjacent curb or sidewalk, no person shall park or permit the parking of any vehicle in such parking space in any other position than with the foremost part of such vehicle nearest to the parking meter; when a parking meter space is diagonal to the curb or sidewalk, no person shall park or permit the parking of any vehicle in such parking space in any other position than with the foremost part of such vehicle nearest to the parking meter; when a parking meter shall have been installed at the head of and immediately adjacent to any parking space on a municipal off-street parking lot, no person shall park or permit the parking of any vehicle in such parking space in any other position than with the foremost part of such vehicle nearest to the parking meter; provided, however, that in municipal off-street parking lots, signs shall be erected indicating that head-on parking only is permitted. In any event, a vehicle shall be parked within the lines marked on the pavement measuring such parking space.
§ 208-35. Violations.
It shall be unlawful and a violation of the provisions of this article for any person to:
A. Cause, allow, permit or suffer any vehicle registered in the name of or operated by such person to be parked overtime or beyond the period of legal parking time established for any parking meter zone as herein described, or to deposit in any parking meter any coin for the purpose of parking beyond the maximum legal parking time for the particular parking meter zone.
B. Permit any vehicle to remain or be placed in any parking space adjacent to any parking meter while said meter is displaying a signal indicating that the vehicle occupying such parking space has already been parked beyond the period prescribed for such parking space.
C. Park any vehicle across any line or marking of a parking meter space or in such position that the vehicle shall not be entirely within the area designated by such lines or markings.
D. Deface, injure, tamper with, open or willfully break, destroy or impair the usefulness of any parking meter installed under the provisions of this article.
E. Deposit or cause to be deposited in any parking meter any slug, device or metal substance or other substitute for lawful coins.
F. Park or permit the parking of any vehicle in any parking meter space where the meter does not register lawful parking.
§ 208-36. Reports of violations; citations. [Amended 11-13-2001; 11-10-2009 by L.L. No. 7-2009 ]
A. It shall be the duty of the police officers, acting in accordance with instructions issued by the Chief of Police, to report:
(1) The location of each parking meter which indicates that the vehicle occupying the parking space adjacent to such parking meter is or has been parked in violation of any of the provisions of this article.
(2) The state license number of such vehicle.
(3) That such vehicle is parked in violation of any of the provisions of this chapter.
(4) Any other facts, a knowledge of which is necessary to a thorough understanding of the circumstances in attending such violation.
B. The police officer shall also attach to said vehicle a tag or notice to the owner thereof that a provision of said chapter or amendment hereto has been violated and instructing the owner, operator or chauffeur thereof to report to the Village Clerk’s office or Police Department and pay a traffic recording fee in the following amounts:
(1) For a violation involving a metered parking space, the sum of $7; provided, however, that whenever there is any meter violation in excess of two hours, the sum of $15 shall also be paid, and a $15 tag or notice shall also be attached to said vehicle.
(2) For unauthorized use of a handicapped parking space, the sum of $60, plus any additional state surcharge.
(3) For violation of any of the following:
Violation Fee
Overnight parking during time prohibited by this chapter $20
Parking within 10 feet of a fire hydrant $30
Parking within a zone or space or side of street designated as prohibited or a no-parking zone $20
Vehicle facing wrong way $20
Parking on a crosswalk $25
Parking in or in any manner obstructing a driveway, alley or entranceway $25
Parking on sidewalk $25
Double parking $25
Unauthorized parking in fire-hall parking lot $20
Parking more than 24 hours in a designated twenty-four-hour parking space or more than two hours in a two-hour designated parking space (This applies to Village parking lots) $15
Parking in violation of designated one-half-hour or ten-minute parking space on Village streets $15
Parking in a non-metered handicapped zone for more than two hours $20
For violation of any other provisions of this chapter or any amendment thereto, unless otherwise specified $15
Too far from curb $10
Ten-minute parking zone $10
Parking a vehicle in violation of § 297-19.3B of the Code of the Village of Fredonia (front yard parking prohibited), except for temporary loading and unloading. $20
Unauthorized parking on private property (§ 208-25.1) $50

(4) In the event that any of the above penalties is not paid within 14 days of the date of violation, an additional sum of $15 shall be paid per violation, and if not paid within 28 days of the date of violation, an additional sum of $30 shall be paid per violation. The Village Clerk’s office or Police Department shall issue a receipt for the payment of such recording fee whenever requested.
(5) If any of the fines set forth above are not paid after 30 days from the date of violation, any police officer of the Village of Fredonia is authorized to issue an appearance ticket as authorized under Article 150 of the Code of Criminal Procedure of the State of New York for failure to pay the fines set forth above.
§ 208-37. Impounding of vehicles.
Any vehicle left parked for a period exceeding 24 hours succeeding expiration of the maximum parking time indicated during the hours of operation specified in the space in which the vehicle is parked shall be towed, under the direction of the Police Department, to the Police Impound Garage or any other place designated by the Chief of Police for impoundment, subject to redemption by the owner upon payment of the reasonable cost of towing and a storage charge of $5 for each day or portion thereof during which it remains in said garage or other place.
§ 208-38. Purpose of meter deposits.
The coins required to be deposited in parking meters as provided herein are hereby levied and assessed as fees to provide for the proper regulation and control of traffic upon the public streets and also the cost of supervising and regulating the parking of vehicles in the parking meter zones created thereby, and to cover the cost of the purchase, supervision, protection, inspection, installation, operation, maintenance, control and use of the parking meters described herein.
§ 208-39. Collection of coins from meters; disposition thereof.
It shall be the duty of the Chief of Police to designate some proper person or persons to make regular collections of the moneys deposited in said meters, and it shall be the duty of such person or persons so designated to remove from the parking meters the coins so deposited in said meters and to deliver such to the Treasurer, who shall count the funds contained in such containers and deposit such funds in the usual manner provided by law.
ARTICLE VII
Schedules
§ 208-40. Schedule I: Traffic Control Signals.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-4, traffic control signals shall be installed at the following described intersections:
Intersection
Central Avenue at College Entrance
East Main Street at Eagle Street
East Main Street at Newton Street
East Main Street at Route 60 (Bennett Road)
Temple Street at Central Avenue
Temple Street at Church Street
West Main Street at Chestnut Street/Seymour Street
West Main Street at Water Street/Temple Street

§ 208-41. Schedule II: Speed Limits.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-5, speed limits other than 30 miles per hour are hereby established as indicated upon the following described streets or parts thereof:
Name of Street Speed limit
(mph) Location
East Main Street (Route US 20) 40 From the easterly Village line to Clinton Street
West Main Street (Route US 20) 40 From the westerly Village line to Chautauqua Street

§ 208-42. (Reserved)

§ 208-43. Schedule IV: One-Way Streets.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-7, the following described streets or parts thereof are hereby designated as one-way streets in the direction indicated:
Name of Street Direction of Travel Limits
Canadaway Street
[Repealed 11-23-1998]
Center Street North From West Main Street to Church Street
Milt Lupean Drive East Entire length
Terrace Street West From Temple Street to Center Street

§ 208-44. Schedule V: Prohibited Turns at Intersections.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-8, no person shall make a turn of the kind designated below at any of the following intersections:
Name of Street Direction of Travel Prohibited Turn Hours/Days At Intersection of
Day Street South Left 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m./All, except Sun. and holidays East Main Street (Route 20)
West driveway at 30 East Main Street (now Lake Shore Savings & Loan) South Left All/All, except Sun. and holidays East Main Street (Route 20)
West driveway at 24 East Main Street (now M & T Bank) South Left All/All, except Sun. and holidays East Main Street (Route 20)
Park Place South Left 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m./All, except Sun. and holidays West Main Street (Route 20)

§ 208-45. Schedule VI: Prohibited Right Turns on Red Signal.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-9, no person shall make a right turn when facing a steady red signal (stop indication) at any of the following locations:
Name of Street Direction of Travel Prohibited Right Turn on Red Signal Onto
Water Street Northeast Main Street (Route 20)

§ 208-46. Schedule VII: Through Streets.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-10, the following described streets or parts thereof are hereby designated as through streets. Traffic control devices shall be installed on each street intersecting the through street:
Name of Through Street Name of Entrance Street Direction From Which Entering Traffic Control Device
Central Avenue Birchwood Drive East Stop sign
Central Avenue Carol Avenue East Stop sign
Central Avenue Cottage Street East Stop sign
Central Avenue Curtis Place East Stop sign
Central Avenue Day Street Southeast Stop sign
Central Avenue Forbes Place East Stop sign
Central Avenue Holmes Place East Stop sign
Central Avenue Lowell Place East Stop sign
Central Avenue Maple Avenue West Stop sign
Central Avenue Middlesex Drive East Stop sign
Central Avenue Newton Street East Stop sign
Main Street (Route US 20) Chautauqua Street Southeast Stop sign
Main Street (Route US 20) Cleveland Avenue East Stop sign
Main Street (Route US 20) Clinton Avenue North Stop sign
Main Street (Route US 20) Cushing Street Southeast Stop sign
Main Street (Route US 20) Day Street Northwest Stop sign
Main Street (Route US 20) Hamlet Street East Stop sign
Main Street (Route US 20) Hillcrest Drive South Stop sign
Main Street (Route US 20) Park Street Northwest Stop sign
Main Street (Route US 20) Pine Drive South Stop sign
Main Street (Route US 20) Prospect Street South Stop sign
Main Street (Route US 20) Summer Street East Stop sign
Main Street (Route US 20) White Street Northeast Stop sign
Temple Street Barker Street Southwest Stop sign
Temple Street Brigham Road North Stop sign
Temple Street Kirkland Hall service road Northeast Stop sign
Temple Street Lambert Avenue Northeast Stop sign
Temple Street Leverett Street Southwest Stop sign
Temple Street Maple Avenue Northeast Stop sign
Temple Street Matteson Street Southwest Stop sign
Temple Street Risley Street Southwest Stop sign
Temple Street State University of New York road Northeast Stop sign
Water Street Canadaway Street Southwest Stop sign
Water Street Hamlet Street West Stop sign
Water Street Howard Street Southwest Stop sign
Water Street Norton Place East Stop sign
Water Street Spring Street Northwest Stop sign
Water Street Washington Avenue Southwest Stop sign

§ 208-47. Schedule VIII: Stop Intersections.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-11, the following described intersections are hereby designated as stop intersections, and stop signs shall be installed as follows:
Stop Sign on Direction of Travel to be Stopped At Intersection of
Ahrens Place West Sahle Place
Andrew Court North Castile Drive
Barker Street Both Center Street
Barker Street Southwest Temple Street
Bernett Drive Northeast Chestnut Street
Berry Road East Chestnut Street
Birchwood Drive Both Middlesex Drive
Birchwood Drive West Central Avenue
Bradish Street West Chautauqua Street
Brendon Court North Castile Drive
Brigham Road South Temple Street
Brigham Road, access road West Brigham Road
Canadaway Street Southwest Water Street
Carol Avenue East Central Avenue
Castile Drive Southwest Seymour Street
Center Street Both Barker Street
Center Street Both Leverett Street
Center Street Northwest Risley Street
Chautauqua Street Southeast Main Street (Route US 20)
Chestnut Street Both Matteson Street
Chestnut Street
[Added 7-20-1999] Both Risley Street and Gardner Street
Clark Street Southwest Prospect Street
Claudia Court West Castile Drive
Cleveland Avenue East Orchard Street
Cleveland Avenue East Main Street (Route US 20)
Clinton Avenue North Main Street (Route US 20)
Cottage Place East Central Avenue
Cottage Street
[Added 11-22-1999] Both Lambert Avenue
Curtis Place East Central Avenue
Curtis Place East Lambert Avenue
Cushing Street Both Orchard Street
Cushing Street Southeast Main Street (Route US 20)
Day Street Both Lambert Avenue
Day Street Northwest Main Street (Route US 20)
Day Street Southeast Central Avenue
Douglas Street North Houghton Street
Dunn Street East Porter Street
Eagle Street Both Orchard Street
East Parking Lot East Eagle Street
Elm Street Southwest Prospect Street
Forbes Place East Central Avenue
Forest Place East West Main Street
Forest Place Northwest Risley Street
Gardner Street East Chestnut Street
Gardner Street West Johnson Street
George’s Place Southeast Howard Street
Gillis Street Northeast Cushing Street
Gillis Street South Eagle Street
Green Street North Cushing Street
Green Street South Eagle Street
Hamlet Street East Main Street (Route US 20)
Hamlet Street Northwest Spring Street
Hamlet Street West Water Street
Hillcrest Drive South Main Street (Route US 20)
Hillcrest Drive Southeast Chautauqua Street
Holmes Place East Central Avenue
Houghton Street Northeast Seymour Street
Houghton Street Southwest Chautauqua Street
Howard Street Both Seymour Street
Howard Street Southwest Water Street
James Place East Lambert Avenue
Johnson Street South Berry Road
Kirkland Hall Access Road Southwest Temple Street
Lambert Avenue Both Day Street
Lambert Avenue Both Newton Street
Lambert Avenue
[Added 11-22-1999] North Cottage Street
Lambert Avenue Northeast Temple Street
Leon Place East Pleasant Street
Leon Place West Lambert Avenue
Leverett Street South Center Street
Leverett Street Southwest Temple Street
Link Street Southwest Prospect Street
Lowell Place East Central Avenue
Maple Avenue Northeast Temple Street
Maple Avenue West Central Avenue
Matteson Street Northeast Temple Street
Middlesex Drive South Birchwood Drive
Middlesex Drive West Central Avenue
Moore Avenue North Cleveland Avenue
Moore Avenue South Cushing Street
Newton Street Both Lambert Avenue
Newton Street East Central Avenue
Norton Place East Water Street
Norton Place North Eagle Street
Orchard Street Both Cushing Street
Orchard Street South Eagle Street
Park Place Northwest Main Street (Route US 20)
Park Place West Church Street
Pine Drive North Chautauqua Street
Pine Drive South Main Street (Route US 20)
Pleasant Street North Cottage Street
Porter Street South Liberty Street
Porter Street Northeast Eagle Street
Prospect Street
[Added 11-26-2007] North Orchard Street and Cleveland Avenue
Prospect Street Northeast Elm Street
Prospect Street South Eagle Street
Prospect Street South Main Street (Route US 20)
Prospect Street Southeast Orchard Street
Pulaski Street North Gardner Street
Reese Parkway North Berry Road
Risley Street
[Added 7-20-1999] Southwest Chestnut Street
Risley Street Southwest Temple Street
Rosalyn Court South Castile Drive
Sahle Place North James Place
Seymour Street Both Howard Street
Spring Street Northwest Water Street
State University of New York Campus Access Road Southwest Temple Street
Steuben Street North Gardner Street
Summer Street East Main Street (Route US 20)
Summer Street West Seymour Street
Sunset Drive North Gardner Street
Sunset Drive North Johnson Street
Susann Court West Castile Drive
Temple Street Both Matteson Street and Brigham Road
Terrace Street South Center Street
Union Street North Cushing Street
Union Street South Eagle Street
University Park Southeast Risley Street
Ventura Circle West Johnson Street
Washington Avenue Southwest Water Street
Water Street North Liberty Street
Westerly Drive East Chestnut Street
White Street Northeast Main Street (Route US 20)
White Street Northwest Lambert Avenue
Woodcrest Drive Northwest Woodward Drive
Woodward Drive Southwest Seymour Street

§ 208-48. Schedule IX: Yield Intersections.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-12, the following described intersections are hereby designated as yield intersections, and yield signs shall be installed as follows:
Yield Sign on Direction of Travel At Intersection of
(Reserved)

§ 208-49. Schedule X: Truck Route System.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-13, a truck route system upon which trucks and tractor-trailer combinations in excess of 20,000 pounds may travel is hereby established on the following streets or parts thereof:
Name of Street Location
East Main Street and West Main Street (Route US 20) From easterly Village line to westerly Village line

§ 208-50. Schedule XI: Parking Prohibited at All Times.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-17, no person shall park a vehicle at any time upon any of the following described streets or parts thereof:
Name of Street Side Location
Barker Street North Entire length
Berry Street Both From Chestnut Street to the Village limits
Brigham Road Both Entire length
Canadaway Street
[Amended 11-23-1998] Both Entire length
Carol Avenue South Entire length
Center Street East From Church Street to Risley Street
Central Avenue East Entire length; except from Forbes Place to Cottage Street; parking allowed Saturdays and Sundays
Central Avenue West From Maple Avenue north to the Village line, except from the south side of 194 Central Avenue to the driveway of 172 Central Avenue where parking will be permitted based on temporary parking permits issued by the college and clearly displayed on the vehicle
Chestnut Street
[Added 4-15-1998] Both From West Main Street (Route 20) to Berry Street
Chestnut Street East From Berry Road to Westerly Drive
Chestnut Street West From Berry Road to Westerly Drive
Cleveland Avenue South Entire length
Cottage Street South Entire length
Curtis Place South Entire length
Cushing Street East Entire length
Cushing Street West From Main Street to Gillis Street
Day Street East Entire length
Dunn Street
[Added 11-13-2001] South Entire length
Eagle Street East From a point 170 feet south of East Main Street south for a distance of 60 feet
Eagle Street West Entire length
East Main Street (Route U.S. 20)
[Added 7-13-1998] Both From 350 feet east from Cleveland Avenue to the east Village line
East Main Street (Route U.S. 20) South From the intersection of the westerly side of Prospect Street west for a distance of 200 feet
Forbes Place
[Amended 7-13-1998] North Entire length
Forest Place East From a point approximately 200 feet north of Barker Street to a point approximately 510 feet north thereof
Forest Place East From Main Street to Barker Street
Forest Place West From Barker Street to Risley Street
Forest Place
[Added 6-14-2010] West From the southern curb of Hart Street southerly to a point 60 feet south from said curb (fronts vicinity of 44 Forest Place)
Forest Place
[Added 6-14-2010] West From a point 295 feet southerly from the southern curb of Hart Street to a point 415 feet southerly from said curb (fronts vicinity of 22 Forest Place)
Forest Place
[Added 6-14-2010] West From a point 570 feet southerly from the southern curb of Hart Street to the northern curb of West Main Street (fronts vicinity of 6 Forest Place)
Gillis Street North Entire length
Green Street East Entire length
Hamlet Street Both A distance of 800 feet beginning from the easterly side of the pavement on West Main Street (Route U.S. 20)
Holmes Place South Entire length
James Place South Entire length
Lambert Avenue Both From White Street to Temple Street
Lambert Avenue East From the cemetery to Cottage Street
Lambert Avenue North From Temple Street to the cemetery at the corner of turn in Lambert Avenue
Leon Place North Entire length
Leverett Street South Entire length
Liberty Street East Entire length
Lowell Place North Entire length
Main Street (Route U.S. 20) South From the westerly side of Seymour Street to the easterly line of Chautauqua Street
Maple Avenue
[Added 7-13-1998] North In front of 65 Maple Avenue from a point 390 feet east of Temple Street to a point 415 feet east of Temple Street
Maple Avenue North From Temple Street to a point 300 feet east thereof
Maple Avenue South Entire length
Moore Avenue East Entire length
Newton Street
[Amended 7-13-1998; 2-27-2000] Both From the western part of the curve at 142 Newton Street to East Main Street
Newton Street
[Repealed 10-13-1998]
Newton Street
[Added 7-13-1998] North From Central Avenue to Lambert Avenue
Newton Street
[Added 7-13-1998] South From Lambert Avenue to the cemetery curve
Newton Street South From a point 110 feet west of Lambert Avenue to a point 170 feet west thereof
Norton Place North From a point 200 feet west of Water Street to a point 325 feet west thereof
Norton Place Southeast Entire length
Orchard Street East Entire length
Prospect Street East From Elm Street to a point 110 feet northwest thereof
Prospect Street East From Main Street to Cleveland Avenue
Prospect Street Southwest From Cleveland Avenue to Elm Street
Risley Street North Entire length
Risley Street
[Added 9-13-1999] Southeast From a point 407 feet west of Temple Street to a point 450 feet west thereof
Seymour Street West From Route 20 to its terminus
Spring Street South Entire length
Summer Street East Entire length
Summer Street West From a point 180 feet south of West Main Street to a point 380 feet south of West Main Street
Temple Street Both From Risley Street to Matteson Street
Temple Street East From Terrace Street to Risley Street
Temple Street West From Barker Street to Terrace Street
Terrace Street South Entire length
Union Street West Entire length
Water Street East From Liberty Street to Howard Street
Water Street
[Added 2-8-1999] East Parking space in front of 24 Water Street
Water Street West From the Water Street Bridge to a point 700 feet south thereof except for one space in front of 65 Water Street for the purpose of loading and unloading
West Main Street (Route U.S. 20)
[Added 7-13-1998] Both From Chestnut Street/Seymour Street easterly to Canadaway Street
West Main Street (Route U.S. 20) North From opposite the east side of Chautauqua Street west a distance of 604 feet
West Main Street (Route U.S. 20)
[Added 7-13-1998] South Parking space in front of building at 34 West Main Street (1st parking space west of the west municipal parking lot entrance off Route 20)
White Street East From a point 226 feet north of East Main Street north for a distance of 118 feet
White Street West Entire length

§ 208-51. Schedule XII: No Stopping.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-18, no person shall stop a vehicle upon any of the following described streets or parts thereof:

Name of Street Side Location
Day Street East Within the intersection with Church Street
Main Street (Route US 20) Within the intersection with Day Street

§ 208-52. Schedule XIII: No Standing.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-19, no person shall stand a vehicle upon any of the following described streets or parts thereof:
Name of Street Side Location
Day Street East Within the intersection with Church Street

§ 208-53. Schedule XIV: Parking Prohibited Certain Hours.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-20, no person shall park a vehicle between the times specified upon any of the following described streets or parts thereof:
Name of Street Side Hours/Days Location
Canadaway Street North 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m./All Entire length
Cottage Street North 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./Mon. to Fri. From Central Avenue to Lambert Avenue
East Main Street (Route US 20) North All/All, except Sat., Sun. and holidays From Eagle Street to Day Street
Forbes Place South 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./Mon. to Fri. Entire length
Maple Avenue North 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./Mon. to Fri. From Central Avenue to a point 275 feet west thereof
Maple Avenue North 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./Mon. to Fri. From the driveway at 41 Maple Avenue to a point 111 feet south thereof
Temple Street West All/All, except Sunday From Church Street northerly to a point 200 feet north thereof
White Street
[Added 2-14-2000] East Restricted to bus parking only from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m./All 100 feet northerly from the north curb of East Main Street to 205 feet northerly from said curb

§ 208-54. Schedule XV: No Stopping Certain Hours.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-21, no person shall stop a vehicle between the times specified upon any of the following described streets or parts thereof:
Name of Street Side Hours/Days Location
(Reserved)

§ 208-55. Schedule XVI: No Standing Certain Hours.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-22, no person shall stand a vehicle between the times specified upon any of the following described streets or parts thereof:
Name of Street Side Hours/Days Location
(Reserved)

§ 208-56. Schedule XVII: Time Limit Parking.
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-23, no person shall park a vehicle for longer than the time limit specified upon any of the following described streets or parts thereof:
Name of Street Side Hours/Days Location
Church Street
[Amended 10-14-2002] Southeast 1/2 hour; 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., except week- ends and holidays 4 spaces between Day Street and Temple Street (adjacent to East Barker Common)
Church Street
[Amended 10-14-2002] Northwest 1/2 hour; 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., except week- ends and holidays 5 spaces between Day Street and Temple Street (adjacent to Village Hall and parking lot)
Day Street
[Amended 10-14-2002] Southwest 1/2 hour; 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., except week- ends and holidays 5 spaces adjacent to Village Hall parking lot between Church Street and Village Hall parking lot entrance
Day Street
[Amended 10-14-2002] Southwest 1/2 hour; 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., except week- ends and holidays 8 spaces from East Main Street to Church Street (adjacent to East Barker Common)
Temple Street East 10 mins.; 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./Mon. to Sat. 1 space adjacent to west side of Village Hall, first space from Church Street
Temple Street
[Amended 10-14-2002] Northeast 1/2 hour; 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., except week- ends and holidays 7 spaces adjacent to Village Hall, with 1 space handicapped; northwest 3 spaces reserved for police visitor parking

§ 208-57. Schedule XVIII: Handicapped Parking. [Amended 9-7-2001; 3-11-2002; 10-14-2002]
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-24, the following described areas are designated as parking for handicapped only and shall be limited to the exclusive use of handicapped individuals having a duly issued permit; and notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, parking time shall be limited to a maximum of two hours; and the parking meter deposit shall be $0.25 per hour:
Name of Street Side Location
Church Street
[Added 10-23-2006] South First parking space east of Center Street
East Main Street South In front of 33 East Main Street
East Parking Lot North In back of 9 Eagle Street
East Parking Lot By ramp
Fire Hall Southeast corner
Park Place West In front of 1 Park Place, the third parking space from Main Street
Prospect Street East Two parking spaces in front of 64 Prospect Street
Temple Street East Adjacent to Village Hall, 9 Church Street
Temple Street Southwest At the south end of driveway at 134 Temple Street
Temple Street West In front of 40 Temple Street
Village Hall parking lot on Church Street North First space on south side of parking lot
Water Street
[Added 10-23-2006] West First parking space north of Canadaway Street
West Main Parking Lot
[Added 10-23-2006] East Two parking spaces immediately west of the alleyway behind 13 and 15 Water Street
West Main Street
[Added 10-23-2006] North First parking space west of Forest Place
West Main Street South First parking space on south side of West Main Street west of Water Street
West Parking Lot
[Repealed 10-23-2006]

§ 208-58. Schedule XIX: Loading Zones. [Amended 12-13-1999]
In accordance with the provisions of § 208-25, the following locations are hereby designated as loading zones, and parking of vehicles is hereby prohibited at the locations as set forth below:

Name of Street Side Location
Center Street East From a point 100 feet north of Main Street northerly for a distance of 100 feet north thereof (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. only)
Church Street West First parking space in front of 33 Church Street, which is located approximately 21 feet east from the southerly extension of the Center Street curbline; except for ten-minute loading and unloading, which shall be permitted
Park Place West From a point 100 feet north of Main Street northerly for a distance of 22 feet
Water Street
[Repealed 10-14-2002]
Water Street
[Added 10-24-2005] West 4th parking space from Main Street (9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday only)

§ 208-59. Schedule XX: Parking Meter Zones.
A. On-street parking meter zones. Parking or standing a vehicle in a parking meter space in the on-street parking meter zones described below shall be lawful during the hours specified only upon the deposit of such amount and for such time limit as set forth hereafter. The times on all metered parking shall be two hours and the meter deposit shall be $0.25 per 30 minutes. [Amended 7-24-2000; 7-14-2003]
Name of Street Side Hours/Days Location
Center Street East 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./All, except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays From Main Street to Church Street
Church Street Both 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./All, except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays From Day Street to Center Street
Eagle Street West 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./All, except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays From East Main Street to East Parking Lot
East Main Street Both 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./All, except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays From Water Street to 53 East Main Street
Park Place Both 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./All, except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays From Main Street to Church Street
Temple Street East 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./All, except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays From Church Street to 57 Temple Street
Temple Street West 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./All, except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays From Church Street to Barker Street
Water Street Both 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./All, except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays From Main Street to bridge
West Main Street Both 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./All, except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays From Water Street to bridge
White Street East 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m./All, except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays From Main Street to a point 100 feet north of Main Street

B. Off-street parking meter zones. Parking or standing a vehicle in a parking meter space in the off-street parking meter zones described below shall be lawful only when not in excess of the maximum parking time indicated during the hours of operation specified, on all days except Sundays and holidays, and only upon the deposit of such amount as is indicated for each specified period of time:
Name of Lot
(Location) Hours/Days Time Limit/Rate
(Reserved)

§ 208-60. Amendments.
This chapter and any part thereof may be amended from time to time by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Fredonia by order, rule or regulation without notice or hearing, as authorized by § 20-2002 of the Village Law and §§ 1640 and 1643 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York, or by local law or by any other procedure that may be authorized by the laws of the State of New York.