(1) No vehicle, except those displaying an official disabled license plate or transferable motor vehicle identification card issued by the state shall park in any parking spot designated for parking by disabled persons, even if the driver or a passenger in the vehicle is disabled.
a. A vehicle displaying a distinctive official disabled license plate or transferable motor vehicle identification card issued by another state, territory, or foreign jurisdiction shall be permitted to park in a parking spot designated for use by a disabled person.
b. No person shall park in a parking stall designated for use by disabled persons unless that person or a passenger in the vehicle is disabled, even if the vehicle displays a disabled license plate or transferable motor vehicle identification card issued by the State.
c. No citation for a violation of subsection (c) shall issue unless a peace officer or ordinance control officer observes the violation. Volunteer enforcement personnel shall not be permitted to issue citations for violations of Subsection (c).
(2) This Section shall apply to and be enforceable upon all property where parking is open to the general public, whether parking is provided to the general public for free or for a fee.
(3) The West Valley City Police Department may authorize volunteers to issue Notices of Parking Violation for violations of this Section, or any other City ordinance or regulation which provides a penalty for illegal parking in a stall properly designated for the exclusive use by disabled persons.
a. A volunteer appointed under this Subsection must be eighteen years of age or older.
b. No volunteer shall issue a Notice of Parking Violation without having first been satisfactorily trained by the Police Department.
(4) A Notice of Parking Violation issued by a properly appointed volunteer shall have the same force and effect as a Notice issued by a peace officer or ordinance enforcement officer, provided the Notice issued by the volunteer contains the following information:
a. A sworn statement that the volunteer observed the vehicle parked in violation of this Section;
b. Photographic evidence that the vehicle was parked in violation of this Section, provided that at least one photograph clearly shows the license plate of the vehicle;
c. The name and business address of the volunteer, and any other identifying information required by the Police Department.