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41-796. Regulation of traffic and parking; monetary penalties; hearing; state traffic and parking control fund; definition

A. The department of administration may adopt and administratively enforce rules for the control of vehicles on state property with respect only to the following:

1. Maximum speed of vehicles.

2. Direction of travel.

3. Place, method and time of parking.

4. Nonparking areas.

5. Designation of special parking areas for state employees and the general public.

6. Prohibiting parking in vehicle emissions control areas as defined in section 49-541 of those vehicles which fail to comply with section 49-542.

B. The department shall adopt and administratively enforce rules requiring the designation of preferential parking areas, such as reserved, close-in or covered parking, to state employees with offices in vehicle emissions control areas as defined in section 49-541 who are car pool operators as defined in section 28-4032 or who drive vehicles powered by alternative fuel as defined in section 1-215.

C. The department may prescribe and collect reasonable monetary penalties for violations of the rules adopted pursuant to subsection A of this section.

D. The department shall:

1. Cause signs, markings and notices to be posted on the property for the regulation of vehicles.

2. Maintain parking lots and structures.

E. Police personnel shall be authorized to issue a notice to appear for an alleged violation in the form adopted by the department directing a person accused of violating a rule for control of vehicles on state property adopted pursuant to this section to appear at a designated place to contest the allegation of violation or to admit the violation and pay a penalty. Upon failure of a person served with a notice under this section to appear, the administrative law judge may proceed to determine whether a violation has occurred and, if so, the penalty to be imposed.

F. Penalties which are imposed pursuant to this section and which are not paid within the time prescribed by the administrative law judge may be collected by an action filed with the justice court.

G. A state traffic and parking control fund is established consisting of monetary penalties collected pursuant to this section. The department shall administer the fund. Monies in the fund are continuously appropriated and are exempt from the provisions of section 35-190 relating to lapsing of appropriations.

H. All monetary penalties collected by the department for violations of the rules adopted pursuant to subsection A of this section shall be deposited in the state traffic and parking control fund.

I. Except as provided in section 41-1092.08, subsection H, a person who has received a final administrative ruling concerning a penalty imposed on the person as a result of a violation of a rule adopted pursuant to this section may have that ruling reviewed by the superior court in the county in which the institution involved is located pursuant to title 12, chapter 7, article 6.

J. As used in this section "state property" means property which is the responsibility of the department under section 41-791 and property which is the responsibility of the speaker of the house of representatives or the president of the senate under section 41-1304.05.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-796

41-796. Regulation of traffic and parking; monetary penalties; hearing; state traffic and parking control fund; definition

A. The department of administration may adopt and administratively enforce rules for the control of vehicles on state property with respect only to the following:

1. Maximum speed of vehicles.

2. Direction of travel.

3. Place, method and time of parking.

4. Nonparking areas.

5. Designation of special parking areas for state employees and the general public.

6. Prohibiting parking in vehicle emissions control areas as defined in section 49-541 of those vehicles which fail to comply with section 49-542.

B. The department shall adopt and administratively enforce rules requiring the designation of preferential parking areas, such as reserved, close-in or covered parking, to state employees with offices in vehicle emissions control areas as defined in section 49-541 who are car pool operators as defined in section 28-4032 or who drive vehicles powered by alternative fuel as defined in section 1-215.

C. The department may prescribe and collect reasonable monetary penalties for violations of the rules adopted pursuant to subsection A of this section.

D. The department shall:

1. Cause signs, markings and notices to be posted on the property for the regulation of vehicles.

2. Maintain parking lots and structures.

E. Police personnel shall be authorized to issue a notice to appear for an alleged violation in the form adopted by the department directing a person accused of violating a rule for control of vehicles on state property adopted pursuant to this section to appear at a designated place to contest the allegation of violation or to admit the violation and pay a penalty. Upon failure of a person served with a notice under this section to appear, the administrative law judge may proceed to determine whether a violation has occurred and, if so, the penalty to be imposed.

F. Penalties which are imposed pursuant to this section and which are not paid within the time prescribed by the administrative law judge may be collected by an action filed with the justice court.

G. A state traffic and parking control fund is established consisting of monetary penalties collected pursuant to this section. The department shall administer the fund. Monies in the fund are continuously appropriated and are exempt from the provisions of section 35-190 relating to lapsing of appropriations.

H. All monetary penalties collected by the department for violations of the rules adopted pursuant to subsection A of this section shall be deposited in the state traffic and parking control fund.

I. Except as provided in section 41-1092.08, subsection H, a person who has received a final administrative ruling concerning a penalty imposed on the person as a result of a violation of a rule adopted pursuant to this section may have that ruling reviewed by the superior court in the county in which the institution involved is located pursuant to title 12, chapter 7, article 6.

J. As used in this section "state property" means property which is the responsibility of the department under section 41-791 and property which is the responsibility of the speaker of the house of representatives or the president of the senate under section 41-1304.05.


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-796

41-796. Regulation of traffic and parking; monetary penalties; hearing; state traffic and parking control fund; definition

A. The department of administration may adopt and administratively enforce rules for the control of vehicles on state property with respect only to the following:

1. Maximum speed of vehicles.

2. Direction of travel.

3. Place, method and time of parking.

4. Nonparking areas.

5. Designation of special parking areas for state employees and the general public.

6. Prohibiting parking in vehicle emissions control areas as defined in section 49-541 of those vehicles which fail to comply with section 49-542.

B. The department shall adopt and administratively enforce rules requiring the designation of preferential parking areas, such as reserved, close-in or covered parking, to state employees with offices in vehicle emissions control areas as defined in section 49-541 who are car pool operators as defined in section 28-4032 or who drive vehicles powered by alternative fuel as defined in section 1-215.

C. The department may prescribe and collect reasonable monetary penalties for violations of the rules adopted pursuant to subsection A of this section.

D. The department shall:

1. Cause signs, markings and notices to be posted on the property for the regulation of vehicles.

2. Maintain parking lots and structures.

E. Police personnel shall be authorized to issue a notice to appear for an alleged violation in the form adopted by the department directing a person accused of violating a rule for control of vehicles on state property adopted pursuant to this section to appear at a designated place to contest the allegation of violation or to admit the violation and pay a penalty. Upon failure of a person served with a notice under this section to appear, the administrative law judge may proceed to determine whether a violation has occurred and, if so, the penalty to be imposed.

F. Penalties which are imposed pursuant to this section and which are not paid within the time prescribed by the administrative law judge may be collected by an action filed with the justice court.

G. A state traffic and parking control fund is established consisting of monetary penalties collected pursuant to this section. The department shall administer the fund. Monies in the fund are continuously appropriated and are exempt from the provisions of section 35-190 relating to lapsing of appropriations.

H. All monetary penalties collected by the department for violations of the rules adopted pursuant to subsection A of this section shall be deposited in the state traffic and parking control fund.

I. Except as provided in section 41-1092.08, subsection H, a person who has received a final administrative ruling concerning a penalty imposed on the person as a result of a violation of a rule adopted pursuant to this section may have that ruling reviewed by the superior court in the county in which the institution involved is located pursuant to title 12, chapter 7, article 6.

J. As used in this section "state property" means property which is the responsibility of the department under section 41-791 and property which is the responsibility of the speaker of the house of representatives or the president of the senate under section 41-1304.05.

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