Parking Ordinances

The following are highlights of several Pepper Pike ordinances that pertain to vehicular parking. The overviews presented here are not intended to replace actual and complete wording. If more information is needed, please feel free to contact the Pepper Pike Police Department for clarification.

The City of Pepper Pike prohibits the parking of any vehicle at any time under the following conditions:

  1. Within ten feet of a fire hydrant or within twenty feet of a crosswalk.
  2. Within thirty feet of a stop sign, flashing beacon or traffic signal.
  3. Parking is prohibited upon the main or traveled portion of the roadway when it is practicable to stop, park or leave the vehicle off the driveway. This ordinance also applies to landscaper vehicles.
  4. Parking is prohibited in any public or private location where so designated by sign or pavement marking.
  5. Parking is prohibited in any location signed as "handicap parking" unless the vehicle' driver possesses and displays a current state placard. Violation of this ordinance is subject to a $250-500 fine.
  6. When vehicular parking is permissible on the streets, vehicles should only be parked on the side of the street that is opposite of the fire hydrants.
  7. Parking on city streets is prohibited when snow has accumulated to two inches or more.
  8. Parking a motor truck, bus, or business or commercial vehicle on a roadway or any residential driveway is prohibited except while delivering goods or persons, or while rendering services to the residence.
  9. Parking a recreational vehicle, trailer or boat in any residential driveway or on any residential premises, other than storage in a private garage, is permitted only for a total of seven days in any 90-day period.
  10. Between the hours of 2:00 AM and 6:00 AM, no person shall park a vehicle on a city street. The police department can grant special permission for residents that may be having overnight guests, parties, or driveway work being performed.
  11. Vehicles may only park on cul-de-sacs if sufficient passage remains for the free travel of school busses or emergency vehicles.