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The administrative action of the city manager or the manager’s designee shall be based upon consideration of:

(a) Traffic engineering principles and traffic investigations.

(b) Standards, limitations, and rules promulgated by the Oregon Transportation Commission or the Oregon Public Utility Commission or their successors.

(c) Other recognized traffic control standards.

(d) The city’s adopted transportation-related plans and policies.

(e) Existing state and local laws regulating use of public ways.

(f) The efficient use of the public way by the public.

(g) The use of abutting property.

(h) The intensity of use of the street by vehicles and pedestrians.

(i) The physical condition and characteristics of the street and abutting property.

(j) Emergencies.

(k) The public health, safety and welfare.

(l) Special events of community interest including parades and public gatherings.

(m) Construction within or adjacent to the street.

(n) When establishing conditions upon the use of parking in the public way and city-owned parking facilities:

(1) Applicable and appropriate time limits;

(2) The vehicle type and purpose;

(3) The relative, seasonal and special event demands for parking spaces within the areas of the requested parking;

(4) The other public uses for the property;

(5) The location and physical characteristics of the parking area or facility;

(6) The demand for operating revenues, the costs of operations and enforcement;

(7) The use of parking regulations to promote city adopted goals and policies;

(8) Abuse by applicants of any parking-related permits;

(9) The impact on nearby commercial uses;

(10) The ease of enforcing the provisions of this chapter; and

(11) The availability of other parking spaces.

(Section 5.055 amended by Ordinance No. 18937, enacted March 8, 1982; and Ordinance No. 19779, enacted June 10, 1991, effective July 10, 1991; and Ordinance No. 19969, enacted July 21, 1994.)