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O 2888COUNCIL BILL NO. 19-023 ORDINANCE NO. 2888 AN ORDINANCE REPEALING AND REPLACING IN ITS ENTIRETY SECTION 27-12- 9, PARKING REGULATIONS, OF THE LAS CRUCES MUNICIPAL CODE (LCMC) 1997, AS AMENDED. The City Council is informed that: WHEREAS, the City of Las Cruces is considering imposing a two-hour time limit in the TIDD, within Downtown Las Cruces; and WHEREAS, the two-hour time limit will be enforced by metering, either by parking meters and/or by kiosks on each block; and WHEREAS, the current parking regulations ordinance is very outdated in that it is very specific about the type of parking meters to be used and the coins that should be used in those meters; and WHEREAS, most cities have moved away from using parking meters that only take coins and instead use parking meters and kiosks that take multiple methods of payment; and WHEREAS, by updating the ordinance the City will be able to use newer parking meter technology that better fits the needs of the City. NOW, THEREFORE, Be it Ordained by the Governing Body of the City of Las Cruces: THAT Las Cruces Municipal Code Section 27-12-9, Parking regulations is hereby repealed and replaced in it, as shown in Exhibit "A", attached hereto and made part of the Ordinance. THAT City staff is hereby authorized to do all deeds necessary in the accomplishment of the herein above. DONE AND APPROVED this 6 day of May , 20 19 . APPR or ATTEST: (SEAL) Moved by: Seconded by: core APPROVED AS TO FORM: T Rrney . �- 4-9 i V /3 City Atto VOTE Mayor Miyagishima: May Councilor Gandara: Aye Councilor Smith: Aye Councilor Vasquez: Aye Councilor Eakman: Ma_ Councilor Sorg: Aye Councilor Flores: Aye EXHIBIT "A" ARTICLE IX. - PARKING REGULATIONS Sec. 27-12-9-1. - Authority to establish parking meter zones. A. The administrator may establish parking meter zones in which the parking of vehicles upon streets or parts of streets shall be regulated by parking meters between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. of any day except Sunday and public holidays. B. The administrator may limit the period of time for which parking is lawfully permitted in any parking meter zone in which meters are located regardless of the amount of money in the meter or kiosk. C. The parking meter zone may be diminished or extended and enlarged, or other parking meter zones may be created. D. The maximum duration of parking at any meter shall be established by the administrator and shall not exceed ten hours. Sec. 27-12-9-2. - Installation of parking meters. A. The administrator shall install parking meters or kiosks in established parking meter zones. B. In parking meter zones, parking meters may be installed within or near the curb line, or by kiosk on the block of such spaces as may be designated by the administrator, as is deemed advisable or necessary for the proper regulation or parking of vehicles, said installation to be placed appropriately. C. Meters and kiosks shall accept payment in forms deemed appropriate and maximum parking times shall be noted on the meters and kiosks. Paid parking may be regulated by any other approved means, e.g., paper or electronic permits or license recognition. D. The administrator shall designate the parking space for which the meter or kiosk is to be used. Sec. 27-12-9-3. - Tampering with meter. No person shall deface, injure, tamper with, open or willfully break, destroy or impair the usefulness of any parking meter. Sec. 27-12-9-4. - Presumption of unlawful parking. A. When the parking meter or kiosk is indicating the expiration of the lawful parking meter period, it shall be presumptive evidence thatany vehicle found in a regulated parking space is parked in violation. B. It is unlawful and an offense for any person who has already occupied a parking stall for the specified time limit to extend parking time beyond the total lawful parking period designated for the parking meter zone in which the meter or kiosk is located. EXHIBIT "A" Sec. 27-12-9-5. - Parking in designated disabled parking places. A. It is unlawful for any person to park motor vehicle not carrying registration plates or a placard indicating disability in accordance with NMSA 1978, § 66-3-16 in a designated disabled parking space or in such a manner as to block access to any part of a curb cut. Any person who violates this section shall be subject to a fine of not less than $100.00 or more than $300.00. Failure to property display a parking placard or special registration plate issued pursuant to NMSA 1978 § 66-3-26 is not a defense against a charge of violations of subsection A of this section. B. As used in this section, "designated disabled parking space" means any space, including an access aisle, marked and reserved for the parking of a passenger vehicle which carries registration plates or a parking placard indicating disability in accordance with NMSA 1978, § 66-3-16, and designated by a conspicuously posted sign bearing the international disabled symbol of a wheelchair and if paved, by a clearly visible depiction of this symbol painted in blue on the pavement of the space. "Curb cut' means a short ramp through a curb or built up to the curb designed for access by the handicapped. (NMSA 1978, § 66-7-352.5) C. A vehicle parked in violation of subsection A of this section is subject to being towed at the expense of the vehicle owner upon authorization by law enforcement personnel or by the property owner or manager of a parking lot. D. State, county and municipal law enforcement personnel have the authority to issue citations for violations of section 12-9-9 in their respective jurisdictions, whether the violation occurs on the public property or private property. Sec. 27-12-9-5. — Parking meter rates. The Las Cruces City Council may establish, in the form of an ordinance, parking meter fees upon any drive, roadway, city -owned or controlled parking lot or parking facility, or any other area where the parking space is subject to a parking meter. ATTACHMENT"A" ARTICLE IX. - PARKING REGULATIONS Sec. 27-12-9-1. - Authority to establish parking meter zones. A. The administrator may establish parking meter zones in which the parking of vehicles upon streets or parts of streets shall be regulated by parking meters between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. of any day except Sunday and public holidays... B. The administrator may limit the period off time for which parking is lawfully permitted in any parking meter zone in which meters are located regardless of the amount of money in the meter or kiosk . C_The parking meter zone may be diminished or extended and enlarged, or other parking meter zones may be created. G-.D. The maximum duration of parking at any meter shall be established by the administrator and shall not exceed ten hours. Sec. 27-12-9-2. - Installation of parking meters. A. The administrator shall install parking meters or kiosks in established parking meter zones. PaFk ng FneteF6 shall be plaGed an the ouFb immediately adjaeent te each designated B. In parking meter zones, parking meters may be installed within or near the curb line or by kiosk on the block of such spaces as may be designated by the administrator, as is deemed advisable or necessary for the proper regulation or parking of vehicles, said installation to be placed appropriately. C. Meters and kiosks shall accept payment in forms deemed appropriate and maximum parking times shall be noted on the meters and kiosks. Paid parking may be regulated by any other approved means, e.g.. paper or electronic permits or license recognition. D. The administrator shall designate the parking space for which the meter or kiosk is to be used. FneehaRioally, upon the depos t thereon of a 25 G9Rt GO A, t9R Gent Gain, five GeA C. Each parking meter shall be d861gRed, GGR6#61Gted, iR6talled and set ro that aR appropriate signal will ind Gate exp Fat an of the lawful paFk Rg FReteF peFiod wh Gh was FegisteFed by the deposit of one or more Gains as pmvided hepeiA. F. Faoh pa F!(:Rg meter shall hear a legend 'nd'n..1'nn the days and haws ..ehpn the ATTACHMENT"A" SPA 27 12 n c 1 be of 6I 9 Fohib ted Ne peFGon shall depe6 a t aF attempt to deposit in any papkiRg Fl;eteF any slug, bUttOR OF an Sec. 27-12-9-37. - Tampering with meter. No person shall deface, injure, tamper with, open or willfully break, destroy or impair the usefulness of any parking meter. Sec. 27-12-9-49. - Presumption of unlawful parking. A. When the=vielaNerrthe parking meter or kiosk is indicating indisetec is sheN4ng-ea a paFkiRg meter to the expiration of the lawful parking meter period4er it shall be presumptive evidence that any vehicle found in a regulated parking space is parked in violation. B. It is unlawful and an offense for any person who has already occupied a parking stall- for the specked time limit to Fneter speGified time limit any Gains fOF the purpose ef xtend ng parking time beyond the total lawful parking period designated for the parking meter zone in which the meter or kiosk is located. Sec. 27-12-9-59. - Parking in designated disabled parking places. A. It is unlawful for any person to park motor vehicle not carrying registration plates or a placard indicating disability in accordance with NMSA 1978, § 66-3-16 in a designated disabled parking space or in such a manner as to block access to any part of a curb cut. Any person who violates this section shall be subject to a fine of not less than $100.00 or more than $300.00. Failure to property display a parking placard or special registration plate issued pursuant to NMSA 1978 § 66-3-26 is not a defense against a charge of violations of subsection A of this section. B. As used in this section, "designated disabled parking space" means any space, including an access aisle, marked and reserved for the parking of a passenger vehicle which carries registration plates or a parking placard indicating disability in accordance with NMSA 1978, § 66-3-16, and designated by a conspicuously posted sign bearing the international disabled symbol of a wheelchair and if paved, by a clearly visible depiction of this symbol painted in blue on the pavement of the space. "Curb cut" means a short ramp through a curb or built up to the curb designed for access by the handicapped. (NMSA 1978, § 66-7-352.5) ATTACHMENT"A" C. A vehicle parked in violation of subsection A of this section is subject to being towed at the expense of the vehicle owner upon authorization by law enforcement personnel or by the property owner or manager of a parking lot. D. State, county and municipal law enforcement personnel have the authority to issue citations for violations of section 12-9-9 in their respective jurisdictions, whether the violation occurs on the public property or private property. Sec. 27-12-9-5. — Parking meter rates. The Las Cruces City Council may establish, in the form of an ordinance, parking meter fees upon any drive, roadway, city -owned or controlled parking lot or parking facility, or any other area where the parking space is subject to a parking meter. ig City of Las Cruces® MOUNTAINS OF OPPORTUNITY Council Action and Executive Summary Item # 15 Ordinance/Resolution# 2888 For Meeting of April 15, 2019 For Meeting of May 6. 2019 (Ordinance Finit Reading Date) (Adoption Date) Please check box that applies to this item: ❑QUASI JUDICIAL ®LEGISLATIVE ❑ADMINISTRATIVE TITLE: AN ORDINANCE REPEALING AND REPLACING IN ITS ENTIRETY SECTION 27-12- 9, PARKING REGULATIONS, OF THE LAS CRUCES MUNICIPAL CODE (LCMC) 1997, AS AMENDED. PURPOSE(S) OF ACTION: To amend the Municipal Code. COUNCIL DISTRICT: N/A Drafter/Staff Contact: Elizabeth Teeters Department/Section: I Phone: 541-2181 CMO/Chief of Staff City Manager Signature: r-5.- Stuart C. Ed BACKGROUND / KEY ISSUES I CONTRIBUTING FACTORS: The City of Las Cruces is considering imposing a two-hour time limit in the TIDD, within Downtown Las Cruces. The two-hour time limit will be enforced by metering, either by parking meters and/or by kiosks on each block. The current Parking Regulations ordinance is very outdated in that it is very specific about the type of parking meters to be used and the coins that should be used in those meters. Most cities have moved away from using parking meters that only take coins and instead use parking meters and kiosks that take multiple methods of payment. By updating the ordinance, the City will be able to use this newer parking meter technology that better fits the needs of the City. SUPPORT INFORMATION: 1. Ordinance, 2. Exhibit "A" — Proposed LCMC Section 27-12-9. 3. Attachment "A" — Proposed LCMC Section 27-12-9. Shown in legislative format. (Continue on additional sheets as required) Rev. 05/2018 Council Action and Executive Summary Page 2 SOURCE OF FUNDING: Is this action already budgeted? N/A Yes Ja See fund summary below No LL If No, then check one below: Budget Adjustment Attached ❑ Expense reallocated from: ❑ Proposed funding is from a new revenue source (i.e rant; see details below ❑ Proposed funding is from fund balance in the Fund. Does this action create any revenue? N/A Yes ❑ Funds will be deposited into this fund: in the amount of for FY No ❑ There is no new revenue generated by this action. BUDGET NARRATIVE N/A FUND EXPENDITURE SUMMARY: Fund Account Expenditure Available Remaining Purpose for Name(s) Number(s) Proposed Budgeted Funds in Funds Remaining Funds Current FY N/A N/A I N/A N/A N/A N/A OPTIONS / ALTERNATIVES: 1. Vote "Yes"; this will approve the Ordinance and repeals and replaces to Section 27-12-9 of the LCMC related to parking regulations. 2. Vote "No"; this will not approve the Ordinance, nor the amendments to Section 27-12-9 of the LCMC related to parking regulations 3. Vote to "Amend"; this could amend Section 27-12-9 of the LCMC related to parking regulations based on direction to staff. 4. Vote to 'Table"; this could be brought back to City Council for further discussion based on direction to staff. REFERENCE INFORMATION: The resolution(s) and/or ordinance(s) listed below are only for reference and are not included as attachments or exhibits. N/A Rev. 05/2018 (Continue on additional sheets as required) City of Las Cruces° MOUNTAINS OF OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL ACTION AND EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PACKET ROUTING SLIP For Meeting of April 15, 2019 For Meeting of May l 2019 (Dmiaame Fo-n w.amy Dam) (Adoption Darer TITLE: G REGULATIONS, OF THE LAS CRUCES MUNICIPAL CODE (LCMC)1997 ED. Purchasing Manager's Request to Contract (PMRC) {Required?} Yes ❑ No DEPARTMENT SIGNATURE PHONE NO. DATE Elizabeth Teeters 0 .� `4 1,20 PolicyAnal t/Administration 541-2181 tuber Vaughn 3/ Department Director 541-2642 I Budget 0210 aS Assistant City Manager /WilliamF. ZS�(v"ly Studer Jr. Assistant City Manager/David P. _ 2 Dollahon ^10 ,� Ci Attomey / ?,q & 2 City Clerk - — /! -I Rev. 5/2018 L S CRU . UN -NEWS AFFIDAVIT OF PUBLICATION NOTICE OF INTENT 70 ADOPT Ad No. 0001282806 The City Council of The City of Las Cruces, New Mexico, Hereby Gives Notice of Its Intent to Adopt the Following Esther Ordinance(s) at a Regular CITY OF LAS CRUCES City Council Meeting to PO BOX 20000 be Held on May B, 2019: PURCHASING (1) Council Bill No. 19-023; LAS CRUCES NM 88004 Ordinance No. 2888, An Ordinance Repealing and Replacing in Its Entirety Section 27-12-9, Parking Regulations, of the Las I, a legal clerk of the Las Cruces Sun -News, a Cruces Municipal Code newspaper published daily at the county of Dona (LCMC)Amend.d. 1997, as Ana, state of New Mexico and of general paid circulation in said county; that the same is a duly Copies Are Available for Inspection During qualified newspaper under the laws of the State Working Hours at the wherein legal notices and advertisements may Office of the City Clerk. be published; that the printed notice d and attached seal eof they City nof Las hereto was published in the regular and entire Cruces on this the Sth day edition of said newspaper and not in supplement of April, 2019. thereof on the date as follows, to wit: Linda Lewis, CMC City Clerk 04114/19 Pub#1282806 Run Dates: Apr. 14, 2019 Despondent further states this newspaper is duly qualified to publish legal notice or advertisements within the meaning of Sec. Chapter 167, Laws of 1937. Legal Clerk STATE OF WISCONSIN SS County of Brown Subscribed and sworn before me this 15th of April 2019. NO Y PU it nd for Brown County, Wisconsin ///V 11 ;°tio'."..yq My Co mission Expires 'V NOTARY Ad#'. 0001282806 ; N`v. PUBLIC PO: # of Affidavits :0.00 i9Tic FINANCE DEPARTMENT NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT TM1e City C d of The City of L Cn¢q. New Mexico, HmLy Gives Na u of lh hunt to mops Ne Follwing Qtlio"i .. Regulw City Coil MM- ingtokReMmtot, 6. M19' Ill Cauneu BINNo. 1A ; ONinurce N. =r An (loto—e Repnling aM Repmaing in It, P timty Smlon 29.12.9, Feting it,wit ions, of tM1e W O ey Municipl Co (LCMC) IM,. Ammgei Cyia Are Availade fa Inxpction Oun, Wutking Houta at IIe ORa of @e City Clerk. WRicts My Hmd III SOI of tlr City of Las C—t, on ti Ne AN &y of April, 2019, LiMat—is,CMC City Clerk @te: OMl2, W19 Leal Advertising Affidavit Angel McKellar, who, being duly sworn as the Advertising Assistant of the Las Crum BULLETIN, a weekly newspaper of general distribution published in the City of Las Cruces, County of Win Ana, State of New Mexico, disposes and states that the legal advertising for CITY OF LAS CRUCES CITY ATTORNEY In the matter of NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT The City Council of The City of Las Cruces, New Mexico, Hereby Gives Notice of Its Intent to Adopt the Following Ordinance(s) at a Regular City Council Meeting to be Held on May 6, 2019: (1) Council Bill No. 19-023; Ordinance No. 2888: An Ordinance Repealing and Replacing in Its Entirety Section 27-12-9, Parking Regulations, of the Las Cruces Municipal Code (LCMC)1997, as Amended. 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Ne �_ wl jPANm­ P Te"ome 1 VN If FA ST Alwl HMSA 1113 s 4lmNA k u l w °Ad •. 3I M v� M Ilupc R .,A ' It'5RALL • Re.F. m uI ] Pillw1 I.er w "FARNIAFYryFI°,ye tem M M III lesid. gryuvR e51166Vn MewW uCnm XMBFeII MFIMI e Pum II s un¢xiY EeV qK r Y n.<m. x uy. tlgrrq M m Pat Am ew."'I.110.de1 LAS CRU ...SUN NEWS AFFIDAVIT OF PUBLICATION Ad No. 0001285482 Esther CITY OF LAS CRUCES PO BOX 20000 PURCHASING LAS CRUCES NM 88004 I, a legal clerk of the Las Cruces Sun -News, a newspaper published daily at the county of Dona Ana, state of New Mexico and of general paid circulation in said county; that the same is a duly qualified newspaper under the laws of the State wherein legal notices and advertisements may be published; that the printed notice attached hereto was published in the regular and entire edition of said newspaper and not in supplement thereof on the date as follows, to wit: 06112/19 Despondent further states this newspaper is duly qualified to publish legal notice or advertisements within the meaning of Sec. Chapter 167, Laws of 1937. c9kL_ Legal Clerk STATE OF WISCONSIN SS. County of Brown Subscribed and swom before me this 13th of May 2019. J"' NOTAF}7 PU go and for Brown' ount , Isconsin /Uj/ ?il My Comm ssion Expires res Ad#: 0001285482 P O 2888 # of Affidavits :0.00 NOTICE OF ADOPTION FINANCE DEPAR'M� N? The City Council of the City of Las Cruces, New Mexico, Hereby Gives No- tice of Its Adoption of the Following Ordinance(s) at the Regular City Council Meeting Held on May 6, 2019: 1)Council Bill No. 19-023; Ordinance No. 2888: An Ordinance Repealing and Replacing in Its Entirety Section 27-12-9, Parking Regulations, of the Las Cruces Municipal Code (LCMC) 1997, as Amend- ed. Copies Are Available for Inspection During Work- ing Hours at the Office of the City Clerk. Witness My Hand and Seal of the City of Las Cruces on this the 7th day of May 2019. Linda Lewis, CMC City Clerk Pub#1285482 Run: May 12, 2019 NOTAgy '�., PURL\O i 2 . 0 OF W ISG.Ac. BY: