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File #: 2015-2185    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed Finally
File created: 10/30/2015 In control: Committee on Public Safety Services
On agenda: 11/2/2015 Final action: 12/15/2015
Enactment date: 12/15/2015 Enactment #: 61
Effective date: 12/18/2015    
Title: Ordinance amending the Pittsburgh Code, Title Seven: Business Licensing, Article III: Sales Businesses, Chapter 719 Vendors and Peddlers, by removing specific subsections and/or adding to specific subsections as follows:
Sponsors: Dan Gilman, Corey O'Connor
Indexes: PGH. CODE ORDINANCES TITLE 07 - BUSINESS LICENSING
Date Ver.Action ByActionResultAction DetailsMeeting DetailsVideo
12/18/20152 Mayor Signed by the Mayor  Action details Meeting details
12/15/20152 City Council Passed FinallyPass Action details Meeting details
12/15/20152 City Council AMENDEDFail Action details Meeting details
12/9/20152 Standing Committee Affirmatively Recommended as AmendedPass Action details Meeting details
12/9/20152 Standing Committee AMENDEDPass Action details Meeting details
12/9/20151   Affirmatively Recommended as Amended  Action details Meeting details
12/8/20151 Committee on Hearings Public Hearing Held  Action details Meeting details
11/10/20151 Standing Committee Held for Cablecast Public HearingPass Action details Meeting details Video Video
11/2/20151 City Council Read and referred  Action details Meeting details Video Video

Title

Ordinance amending the Pittsburgh Code, Title Seven: Business Licensing, Article III: Sales Businesses, Chapter 719 Vendors and Peddlers, by removing specific subsections and/or adding to specific subsections as follows:

Body

The Council of the City of Pittsburgh hereby enacts as follows:

 

Section 1.  Ordinance amending the Pittsburgh Code, Title Seven: Business Licensing, Article III: Sales Businesses, Chapter 719 Vendors and Peddlers, by removing specific subsections and/or adding to specific subsections as follows:

 

§ 719.01 - LICENSE REQUIRED.

No person shall engage in the business of being a vendor or peddler without first obtaining a license from the License Officer.

(Ord. 31-2002, § 1, eff. 11-4-02)

 

§ 719.02 - DEFINITIONS AND EXCEPTIONS.

(a)

PEDDLER as used herein includes any person, whether a resident of the City of Pittsburgh or not, traveling by foot from place to place, from house to house, or from street to street, carrying on their person goods, wares, merchandise, meats, fish, vegetables, fruits, garden truck, farm products, or provisions offering and exposing the same for sale, or making sales and delivering articles to purchasers. It is further provided that one who solicits orders for delivery at a later date is deemed a peddler and subject to the provisions of this chapter.

(b)

VENDOR as used herein includes any person, whether a resident of the City of Pittsburgh or not who, without traveling from place to place, sells or offers for sale goods, wares, merchandise, meats, fish, vegetables, fruits, farm products, or provisions from an approved vending unit at an approved vendor location.

(c)

VENDOR/SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES (S&E) as used herein includes any person, whether a resident of the City of Pittsburgh or not who, without traveling from place to place, sells or offers for sale goods, wares, merchandise, meats, fish, vegetables, fruits, farm products, or provisions from an approved vending unit at an approved vendor location located within the boundaries set forth in Section 719.05C(c)(2) of property owned by the Stadium Authority of the City of Pittsburgh for the operation and management of Heinz Field and PNC Park or of the property owned by the Sports and Exhibition Authority of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County for the operation and management of the Mellon Arena Consol Energy Center and the David L. Lawrence Convention Center or of any other property used by professional sports franchises in which the Sports and Exhibition Authority of the City of Pittsburgh, or Allegheny County has a financial or proprietary interest; and property owned and operated by the University of Pittsburgh known as the John M. & Gertrude E. Peterson Event Center; and property owned and operated by Duquesne University known as A.J. Palumbo Center.

(d)

STATIONARY VEHICULAR VENDOR as used herein includes any person, whether a resident of the City of Pittsburgh or not, who sells or offers for sale goods, wares, merchandise, meats, fish, vegetables, fruits, garden truck, farm products, or provisions from an approved vending vehicle at a specific and permitted vehicular vendor location.

(e)

MOBILE VEHICULAR VENDOR as used herein includes any person, whether a resident of the City of Pittsburgh or not who, sells or offers for sale goods, wares, merchandise, meats, fish, vegetables, fruits, garden truck, farm products, or provisions from an approved vending vehicle that shall not remain at any one (1) location for a period greater than thirty (30) minutes four (4) hours.

(f)

BLOCKFACE. As defined by the Bureau of Building Inspection, means that portion of the sidewalk which directly fronts any street or thoroughfare and shall be understood to apply to both sides so that each street or thoroughfare shall contain two (2) blockfaces.

(Ord. 31-2002, § 1, eff. 11-4-02)

 

§ 719.03 - INFORMATION REQUIRED.

In addition to information required under Section 701.08, the following information is required:

(a)

A description of the nature of the business and goods to be bought, sold or rented and the name, address and phone number of the applicant.

(b)

If employed, the name, address and phone number of the employer, together with the credentials establishing the exact relationship.

(c)

The duration and hours of operation for which the right to do business is requested.

(d)

A description of any vehicle used and its license number.

(e)

Proof of registration for city business taxes and clearance that all taxes are paid.

(f)

Evidence that all required health licenses have been obtained.

(g)

The location or alternate locations for which application for permit has been made.

(h)

A signed statement that the permittee shall hold harmless the City of Pittsburgh, its officers and employees and shall indemnify the City of Pittsburgh, its officers and employees for any claims or damage to property or injury to persons which may be occasioned by any activity carried on under the terms of the permit. Permitee shall furnish and maintain such public liability, food products liability, and property damage insurance as will protect permittee and the city from all claims for damage to property or bodily injury, including death which may arise from operations under the permit or in connection therewith. Such insurance shall provide coverage of not less than fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00) for bodily injury for each person, one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00) for each occurrence and not less than one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00) for property damage per occurrence. Such insurance shall be without prejudice to coverage otherwise existing therein, and shall name as additional insured the City of Pittsburgh, its officers and employees, and shall further provide that the policy shall not terminate or be cancelled prior to the expiration date of the permit without thirty (30) days' written notice to the Chief of the Bureau of Building Inspection. Before conducting business at the location permitted by the Director, permittee shall name as an additional insured on the policies of insurance hereinabove required the owner of the property abutting the space between the prolongations of the boundary lines of the location which run perpendicular to the curbline to the property line of the same side of the street.

 

 

(Ord. 31-2002, § 1, eff. 11-4-02)

§ 719.04 - LOUD NOISES, SPEAKING DEVICES, SIGNS, GOODS, SMOKE, AND STRONG ODORS AND DISPOSAL OF TRASH

(a)

No vendor, peddler, vehicular vendor, nor any person in his or her behalf, shall blow a horn, or use any device, except a ring of a bell, including any loud speaking radio or sound amplifying system upon any of the streets, alleys, parks or other public places of the city or upon any private premises in the city where sound of sufficient volume is emitted or produced therefrom to be capable of being plainly heard upon the streets, avenues, alleys, parks or other public places, for the purpose of attracting attention to any goods, wares or merchandise which the licensee proposes to sell.

(b)

Vendors and vehicular vendors shall be permitted signs attached to their vehicle or vending unit in compliance with the then existing zoning ordinance regulating same. At present, signs measuring up to two (2) feet by two (2) feet are permitted within the zoning ordinance. Signs may not be placed on walls or on the public right-of-way.

(c)

Vendors and vehicular vendors shall only be permitted to sell goods that can be contained on, in or under their vehicle or vending unit. The vehicle or vending unit shall be capable of mobility at all times. The size of the vending unit shall not be larger than eight (8) eleven (11) feet high, ten (10) twenty-four (24) feet long and four (4) feet wide except as provided for in Section (e).

(d)

No vendor, peddler, vehicular vendor, nor any person in his or her behalf while on the streets or public right-of-way, shall create smoke or strong odors through the preparation of goods to be sold. All vendors, peddlers, and vehicular vendors shall comply with all applicable Allegheny County Health Department regulations regarding smoke and odor control.

(e)

The Director of the Department of Public Works or his/her assign, upon approval from the Council of the City of Pittsburgh, shall review and approve each vehicle or vending unit to be used by each permitted vendor and vehicular vendor prior to the authorization and issuance of each vending permit by the Chief of the Bureau of Building Inspection or his/her assign. A picture and the size of each vehicle or vending unit must be provided to the Director of the Department of Public Works or his/her assign during the application process.

(f)

Vendors and vehicular vendors may apply to the Department of Public Works for an exception to the vending unit size constraints enumerated in Section (c).

 

 

(g)                      

All vendors and vehicular vendors shall be accompanied by a metal or rigid plastic trash container(s) with a thirty-gallon combined minimum capacity if the vendor is selling a product that generates trash. In addition, vendors shall also be responsible for maintaining and cleaning a twenty-five (25) feet perimeter surrounding the designated location of the vending unit or vehicle.

 

 

(Ord. 31-2002, § 1, eff. 11-4-02)

 

§ 719.05A - PERMITTED LOCATIONS.

(a)

Based upon sites reviewed and approved by the Council of the City of Pittsburgh, the Director of the Department of Public Works or his/her assign

 

shall compile a list of permitted locations where the presence of vending units on the sidewalk, park or trail would be compatible with the public interest in use of parks, waterway shores, trails and street and sidewalk areas as public right-of-way. The Director may consider the width of the sidewalk; the proximity and location of existing street furniture, including but not limited to signposts, lamp posts, parking meters, bus shelters, benches, phone booths, and newspaper vending devices; the presence of bus stops, truck loading zones, and taxi stands; pedestrian and vehicular traffic patterns; and other factors he/she deems relevant. The Director may modify the list as he/she deems necessary. The list shall also include a description of goods and merchandise that may and may not be sold or rented at a particular vending location. If a Council Ordinance adopting a vending site or sites pursuant to Section 719.09 Specifies a description of the goods and merchandise to be sold or rented at a particular site, the Director is bound to follow the Ordinance relative to the goods and merchandise at the particular site.

(b)

No permitted location shall be used by a vendor selling an item like or similar to the primary items sold by another non-vendor business within five hundred (500) one hundred (100) feet of the permitted location, unless otherwise permitted by the non-vendor business. This restriction may be reduced to two hundred fifty (250) feet, or waived, if approved by the Street and Sidewalk Vending Site Designation Committee and City Council as part of an appropriate vending district.

 

(c)

At the promulgation of City Council, the Bureau of Building Inspection, or at the urging of community or business organizations, vendor districts, areas within a particular and contiguous geographic area, may be established in which the particulars of this ordinance may be lifted or amended by Council resolution. At the time vendor districts are established representatives of merchants, community groups, and vendors will be called upon in order to give input regarding appropriate vending activities.

(d)

Vendors and vehicular vendors shall not park any vehicles for the purpose of vending, or place any materials in on-street metered parking spaces

 

 (e)                         Mobile vehicular vendors  may park their vehicles in on-street metered parking spaces for the purpose of vending, or place any materials in on-street metered parking spaces if they pay the meters. Additionally, if the mobile   vehicular vendor takes up more than one metered spot at a time (in areas without multi-space meters), they must pay all meters occupied by their mobile vending vehicle.  The vendor must follow all laws regarding metered parking and parking area time limits.

 

 

  (f)                     Mobile vehicular vendors locating on private property, such as privately owned parking lots, do not need to obtain a mobile vending permit under this section. However, these vehicular vendors must follow all other applicable laws to operate a business, including, but not limited to, securing an occupancy permit.

 

  (g)                     Mobile vehicular vendors may not locate in Market Square or directly adjacent to Schenley Plaza, unless otherwise allowed through a Permitted Event.

 

(Ord. 31-2002, § 1, eff. 11-4-02; Ord. 24-2003, eff. 8-4-03)

 

§ 719.05B - PERMIT APPLICATION AND DURATION.

(a)

Permits shall be available year-round and valid for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase and/or execution and may be renewed prior to expiration upon the payment of the permit fee, provided all the requirements of this Chapter are met.

(b)

The Chief of the Bureau of Building Inspection or his/her assign will issue permits to the applicant pending the appropriate approvals from the Council of the City of Pittsburgh and the Department of Public Works. Following adoption of an ordinance by Council that adds a site or sites, the Director of the Department of Public Works, or his/her assign, shall announce the availability of the site or sites by public advertisement and communication to those involved in the business of street and sidewalk vending. In cases where there is more than one prospective permittee seeking to vend exclusively at a particular location, the Director of the Department of Public Works, or his/her assign, will hold a lottery to determine who will be allowed to hold the exclusive right to be the permittee at the particular location. The applicant or his/her assigns shall have the right to be present at the holding of the lottery and shall be appropriately informed of the site, time and date of the lottery.

(c)

Permittees located at a specific location may renew permits for that specific location unless determined by the Chief of the Bureau of Building Inspection, or his/her assign to be violators of a section of this ordinance, in which case the right to renew this Vending Permit will be suspended.

(d)

Vendors who have been operating at a particular location prior to the adoption of this ordinance shall be provided an opportunity for first preference to continue their operation provided that they have been in compliance with all previous regulations and obligations and City Council designates the location as a permitted site.

(e)

The Director of the Department of Public Works is authorized to promulgate at his/her discretion additional regulatory guidelines in order to effectuate this ordinance.

 

(f)                     The permit should include information encouraging the use of:

 i. Sustainable and environmentally friendly practices, including the use of energy-efficient vehicles,

   ii. Charitable components to the business of operation,

   iii. School nutrition programs or healthy food choices,

   iv. Programs for children or the homeless,

   v. Other socially responsible practices and programs,

   vi. Routes that provide access to underserved neighborhoods   of the city

   vii. Vendors should aim to make trucks as handicap accessible as possible

 

 

§ 719.05C - USE OF STREETS, PARKS AND TRAILS.

(a)

No peddler shall remain more than fifteen (15) minutes in one (1) location. Upon the expiration of the fifteen (15) minutes, the peddler must begin moving to a location at least two hundred fifty (250) feet from the first location. No vendor, peddler or vehicular vendor shall be permitted to operate between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. in residential districts, unless otherwise allowed through a Permitted Event. In commercial districts, no vendor, peddler or vehicular vendor shall be permitted to operate between the hours of 1:00 12:00 AM and 7:00 AM.and between 12:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. in business and commercial districts. No vendor, peddler or vehicular vendor shall be permitted to operate within one hundred (100) feet of a City of Pittsburgh specially permitted event, including Farmer's Markets, the Pittsburgh Regatta, the Three Rivers Arts Festival and community festivals, excluding parades, without the written permission of the event organizers.

(b)

Community groups, business associations and similar organizations may vend on the public right-of-way during the hours and within the perimeters of a permitted special event with the approval of the appropriate City of Pittsburgh departments and personnel including the Bureau of Building Inspection and the special events coordinator of the City of Pittsburgh.

(c)

No peddler, whether licensed or not, shall use any public place to sell wares or in any other way obstruct, interfere with or prevent the free flow of pedestrian or vehicular traffic in the Central Business District, except during the hours of a City of Pittsburgh permitted special event; and no peddler shall operate

on any public right of way within the boundaries set forth in subsection (2) below  or within any  [of the] property owned by the Sports and Exhibition Authority of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County for the operation and management of Heinz Field, PNC Park, the Mellon Arena and the David L. Lawrence Convention Center and of any other property used by professional sports franchises in which the Sports and Exhibition Authority of the City of Pittsburgh, or Allegheny County and has a financial or proprietary interest. No peddler shall operate within the boundaries set forth in subsection (2) below of the property owned and operated by the University of Pittsburgh known as the John M. & Gertrude E. Peterson Event Center and property owned and operated by Duquesne University known as the A.J. Palumbo Center.

(1)

Vendors and vending activity on any public right of way within the boundaries set forth in subsection (2) below or within any property [of] owned by the Sports and Exhibition Authority of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County for the operation and management of Heinz Field, PNC Park, the Mellon Arena, and the David L. Lawrence Convention Center or on any other property used by professional sports franchises in which the Sports and Exhibition Authority of the City of Pittsburgh, or Allegheny County has a financial or proprietary interest; and on property owned and operated by the University of Pittsburgh known as the John M. & Gertrude E. Peterson Event Center; and property owned and operated by Duquesne University known as A.J. Palumbo Center must be approved through agreement with the appropriate Authority or its designated management company.

(2)

Maps, depicting the boundaries, set forth below, relative to the facilities in subsection (c) above, shall, upon request, be provided to any individual who applies for a vendor's or peddler's license.

 

MAP 1-HEINZ FIELD:

Northern boundary - Reedsdale Street

Southern boundary - North Shore Drive

Eastern boundary - Art Rooney Avenue

West boundary - Allegheny Avenue

 

MAP 2-PNC PARK:

Northern boundary - General Robinson Boulevard

Southern boundary - Allegheny River

Eastern boundary - 6th Street/Federal Street

West boundary- Mazeroski Way

 

MAP 3 CONSOL ENERGY CENTER

Northern boundary - Bedford Avenue

Southern boundary [Center Ave.]- Fifth Avenue

Eastern boundary -[Mario Lemieux Place] Pride Street and Crawford Street

Western boundary - Washington Place

 

MAP 4-DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER:

 

 

Northern boundary - Allegheny River

Southern boundary - Penn Avenue

Eastern boundary - 11th Street

Western boundary - 9th Street

 

MAP 5-PETERSON EVENT CENTER:

Northern boundary - Univ. of Pittsburgh Property Line

Southern boundary - Terrace Street

Eastern boundary - Univ. of Pittsburgh Property Line

Western boundary - Sutherland Street

 

MAP 6-A.J. PALUMBO CENTER:

Northern boundary - Forbes Avenue

Southern boundary - Duquesne Univ. Property Line

Eastern boundary - Stevenson Street

Western boundary - Duquesne Univ. Property Line

 

(Due to developmental changes, the maps and boundary descriptions set forth above may be substituted to more accurately reflect the areas in question.)

(d)

All vendors and vehicular vendors shall be accompanied by a thirty-gallon minimum capacity metal or rigid plastic trash container if the vendor is selling a product that generates trash. In addition, vendors shall also be responsible for maintaining and cleaning a twenty-five (25) feet perimeter surrounding the designated location of the vending unit or vehicle.

(e)

Vendors, peddlers, and vehicular vendors shall obtain a license that shall be valid for one (1) year from the Bureau of Building Inspection. The badge or sticker shall be attached in a conspicuous location to the vendor's apparel or vehicle and visible to police officers, building inspectors and the public as required by Section 701.09(b)(2) and (3).

(f)

No vendor shall be permitted to dispose of any debris or waste products generated from the operation of their business into city owned and maintain trash receptacles.

 

(g)        A mobile vehicular vendor may not operate within a City park except at the following approved locations during normal park operating hours:

 (i) Schenley Park:

(a) The Bob O’Connor Golf Course

(b) Flagstaff Hill

(c) The Schenley Oval

 

                                                                (ii) Frick Park

(a)                     Tennis court parking lot

(b)                     Frick Environmental Center

 

(Ord. 31-2002, § 1, eff. 11-4-02)

 

§ 719.06 - LICENSING ADDITIONAL EMPLOYEES.

(a)

Vendors, after first meeting the base licensing fees listed below, shall cover each employee with an EMPLOYEES LICENSE at an extra cost of sixty-five dollars ($65.00) per additional employee

(b)(a)

Vendors with additional employees shall be responsible for employees' violations of this chapter and the rules and regulations.

 

(Ord. 31-2002, § 1, eff. 11-4-02)

 

§ 719.07 - SEVERABILITY.

The provisions of this chapter shall be severable and, if any of the provisions hereof shall be held to be invalid or unenforceable, the remaining provisions of this chapter shall remain in effect.

(Ord. 31-2002, § 1, eff. 11-4-02)

 

§ 719.08 - FEES FOR VENDOR'S, VEHICULAR VENDOR'S OR PEDDLER'S LICENSE.

The fees for a vendor's, vehicular vendor's or peddler's license shall be as follows:

*Vendor .....$500.00

*Vendor/S&E .....1,000.00

*Stationary vehicular vendor .....1,000.00

*- approved vendors located within an authorized Business Improvement District (BID) shall pay an additional $100.00 annual fee to the appropriate local BID oversight committee.

 

Mobile vehicular vendor .....500.00 $1,200.00

Peddlers .....250.00

License for additional employee

 

(Ord. 31-2002, § 1, eff. 11-4-02)

§ 719.09 - STREET AND SIDEWALK VENDING SITE DESIGNATION COMMITTEE.

(a)

The Council of the City of Pittsburgh hereby establishes a seven member committee to be titled the "Street and Sidewalk Vending Site Designation Committee" to be composed of the following members or their designees:

• An appointee of the Mayor.

• The Director of the Department of Public Works.

• The Director of the Department of City Planning.

• The Director of the Public Parking Authority.

• The Director of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Youth Policy.

• Two (2) individuals selected by the President of City Council who are licensed vendors under section 719.01 above.

(b)

The Chief of the Bureau of Building Inspection shall act as scheduler of Committee meetings. The Director of the Department of Public Works or a designee shall maintain the official record and record and verify all communications to the Committee from the general public.

(c)

The activities of the Committee shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

(i)

Prepare for public advertising and general notification to the community a formal announcement that City Council is requesting recommendations for specific vending and vehicular vending locations within the boundaries of the City of Pittsburgh from the general public and those directly involved in the business of street and sidewalk vending. The public notice shall reference where members of the public can obtain a copy of Council's Ordinance on street and sidewalk vending.

(ii)

The Committee shall compile a list of all recommendations for vending and vehicular vending sites and submit to City Council, a report including exact locations and the Committee's evaluation of site appropriateness. When any vending district is proposed the committee shall organize a meeting with representatives of local merchants, community organizations and vendors to seek advisory input regarding vendor activities.

(iii)

City Council shall conduct a formal cablecast Public Hearing to inform the general public and the vending community of this report and to solicit testimony regarding the appropriateness of each location.

(d)

City Council shall adopt an ordinance specifically listing each site where street and sidewalk vending shall be permitted by licensed vendors pursuant to the guidelines and requirements of the new Ordinance establishing sidewalk and street vending opportunities in the City of Pittsburgh.

(e)

The Committee shall conduct biannual meetings, as scheduled by the Chief of the Bureau of Building Inspection or a designee, to evaluate additional recommendations for specific vending and vehicular vending locations within the boundaries of the City of Pittsburgh. The Bureau of Building Inspection shall advertise the dates of the biannual meetings requesting applications for site nominations be submitted no later than thirty (30) days prior to the scheduled meetings of the Committee. These additional recommendations shall be addressed in accordance with the procedures set forth in this Resolution.

(f)

City Council may accept, reject or modify any sites recommended by the Committee. City Council may, without any review, recommendation or report on a site or sites from the Committee, add a site or sites, at any time by adoption of an ordinance specifying the additional site or sites, subject however to the ability of the Director of the Department of Public Works to modify or reject such site or sites if not compatible with the public interest considering the factors specified in Section 719.05A(a) above.

(Ord. 31-2002, § 1, eff. 11-4-02; Ord. 24-2003, eff. 8-4-03)

 

§ 719.10 - LISTS OF SITES APPROVED BY COUNCIL.

City Council has approved the following sites as locations for street and sidewalk vending:

Corner of Forbes Ave. and Bigelow Blvd.

Corner of Forbes Ave. and Bigelow Blvd.

Fifth and Desota (side of graduate school of public health).

Fifth and Desota (side of graduate school of public health).

Corner of Ohara and Desota (north and south).

Corner of Ohara and Desota (north and south).

Corner of Fifth and Craig (PNC side).

Corner of Fifth and Craig (PNC side).

University of Pittsburgh Mobile District at Bigelow Blvd.

University of Pittsburgh Mobile District at Bigelow Blvd.

University of Pittsburgh Mobile District at Bigelow Blvd.

University of Pittsburgh Mobile District at Bigelow Blvd.

Bigelow Blvd NR Forbes Ave. (½ block up).

Bigelow Blvd NR Forbes Ave. (½ block up).

Margaret Morrison/Carnegie Mellon University Mobile District.

Margaret Morrison/Carnegie Mellon University Mobile District.

Margaret Morrison/Carnegie Mellon University Mobile District.

Margaret Morrison/Carnegie Mellon University Mobile District.

Margaret Morrison/Carnegie Mellon University Mobile District.

Margaret Morrison/Carnegie Mellon University Mobile District.

Tech St and Margaret Morrison St.

5513 Walnut St.

CCB - Grant and Fourth.

CCB - Grant and Forbes.

Market Square (clock/stage).

Market Square (1st base).

Market Square (2nd base) This site is designated as a produce stand.

Market Square (3rd base).

Mellon Square Park - WM. Penn Pl.

Mellon Square Park - WM. Penn Pl.

Corner of Wood St. and Fifth Ave.

"T" Station - Wood St.

"T" Station - Stanwix St.

"T" Station - Fifth and Grant.

Ft. Duquesne Blvd. - Corners of 6th (bridge side).

Ft. Duquesne Blvd. - Corners of 6th (bridge side).

Ft. Duquesne Blvd. - Corners of 6th (DT side).

Ft. Duquesne Blvd. - Corners of 6th (DT side).

Ft. Duquesne Blvd. - Corners of 7th (bridge side).

Ft. Duquesne Blvd. - Corners of 7th (bridge side).

Ft. Duquesne Blvd. - Corners of 7th (DT side).

Ft. Duquesne Blvd. - Corners of 7th (DT side).

Gateway Center (Old Navy- Penn and Stanwix).

7th and Penn - Opposite Katz Plaza.

4503 Penn Ave. (in front of St. Mary's Cemetery).

North St. Clair @ Bunker Hill (next to city tennis courts).

West Park, West Ohio (tennis courts).

East Park - Circle Flowerbed (Cedar and E North).

Brookline Blvd. and West Liberty.

Brookline Memorial Park.

Tony Dorsett and Reedsdale (formerly Martindale and Merchant).

Tony Dorsett and Reedsdale (formerly Martindale and Merchant).

Tony Dorsett and Reedsdale (formerly Martindale and Merchant).

Tony Dorsett and Gen Robinson (formerly Martindale and Gen Robinson).

Tony Dorsett and Gen Robinson (formerly Martindale and Gen Robinson).

Tony Dorsett and Gen Robinson (formerly Martindale and Gen Robinson).

Tony Dorsett and Gen Robinson (formerly Martindale and Gen Robinson).

Eastside of Sandusky and West General Robinson Street.

Bunker Hill at Highland Park entrance.

Tony Dorsett Drive between Reedsdale and West General Robinson.

Tony Dorsett Drive between North Shore Drive and West General Robinson.

South west corner of Allegheny Avenue and Ridge in north side.

Northwest corner of Tenth Street at Penn Avenue.

Corner of Allegheny Avenue at Western Avenue.

Mellon Park at Parking Lot near entrance.

At or near 1860 Centre Avenue, across from the Hill House.

Mellon Park Playground/parking lot.

North Shore: NE corner of North Shore Drive & Scotland Avenue.

Fineview Baseball Field Parking Area at Jay Street.

North Shore: SE corner of Casino Drive & Sprout Way.

SW corner of Morrow Park & Baum Blvd @ S. Aiken.

SE corner of Grant & Forbes.

SW corner of Grant & Fifth.

 

§ 719.11 - Penalties

Any Person violating any provision of this Chapter shall, upon conviction thereof, be subject to a penalty up to the maximum amount provided by Section 101.09 of the Pittsburgh Code of Ordinances.