G-26. - Herndon Residential Permit Parking District.  

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  • (a)

    Purpose and Intent. The Herndon Residential Permit Parking District is established to protect the residential area from polluted air, excessive noise, and other adverse impacts of automobile commuting; to protect the residents of these areas from unreasonable burdens in gaining access to their property; and to preserve the residential character of the area and the property values therein.


    District Designation.


    The Herndon Residential Permit Parking District is designated as Residential Permit Parking District 26, for the purposes of signing and vehicle decal identification.


    Blocks included in the Herndon Residential Permit Parking District are shown on the Official Residential Permit Parking District Map and are as described below:

    Kingstream Circle (Route 6963):

    From Bennett Street to Woodvale Court

    Meadow Chase Drive (Route 7803):

    The entire length

    Kingstream Drive (Route 6701):

    From Kingstream Circle to Kingsvale Circle North

    Kingsvale Circle (Route 6965):

    From Kingstream Drive South to Kingstream Drive North.

    Kingstream Circle (Route 6963):

    From Kingstream Drive to Meadow Chase Drive.

    Kings Valley Court (Route 10369):

    From Kingstream Circle to the cul-de-sac inclusive.


    District Provisions.


    This District is established in accordance with and is subject to the provisions set forth in Article 5A of Chapter 82.


    Parking is prohibited along the described street blocks, both sides, within the Herndon Residential Permit Parking District from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, when school is in session, except as permitted by the provisions of Article 5A of Chapter 82.


    One (1) free transferable visitor pass per address shall be issued in the name of a bona fide resident of said address and said pass shall be valid for a maximum of two (2) years from the month issued, not to exceed the expiration date on the pass.


    Owners of property in the District who are not bona fide residents of said District may obtain a temporary visitor parking pass for periods not to exceed two weeks.


    All permits and visitor passes for the Herndon Residential Permit Parking District shall expire on June 30, 1999. Thereafter, all permits and visitor passes may be renewed for periods of two years.


    Signs. Signs delineating the Herndon Residential Permit Parking District shall indicate the following:

    8:00 a.m.—3:30 p.m.
    School Days
    Except by Permit
    District 26

    (02-97-G-26; 25-99-G-26; 23-18-G.)

(02-97-G-26; 25-99-G-26; 23-18-G.)