It shall be unlawful for any person not so entitled to park a vehicle in a public parking lot as defined in Section 4-208-130* of the Municipal Code of Chicago. Any person who violates this subsection shall be fined the amount set forth in Section9-100-020" destination-id="JD_9-100-020">9-100-020 for each offense.
* Editor’s note – As set forth in the 1990 Municipal Code; Coun. J. 12-9-92, p. 25465, renumbered § 4-208-130 as §4-232-130" destination-id="JD_4-232-130">4-232-130, but this section defines “public garage” and not “parking lot”.
It shall be unlawful for any person not so entitled to park a vehicle in a private parking lot established voluntarily or pursuant to the Chicago Zoning Ordinance to provide off-street parking facilities for tenants or employees of the owner. Any person who violates this subsection shall be fined the amount set forth in Section 9-100-020 for each offense.
Whenever any vehicle is parked in violation of this section, any police officer or other person authorized to issue parking violation notices pursuant to Section9-64-220" destination-id="JD_9-64-220">9-64-220, upon a written complaint signed by the owner of the parking lot or by his authorized agent that the vehicle is not entitled to the privileges of the parking lot, may attach a parking violation notice to the vehicle.
(Added Coun. J. 7-12-90, p. 18634; Amend Coun. J. 11-13-07, p. 14999, Art. I, § 6)