11.04.110 Arterial Highways.
Avenue D within the limits of the City; First Street within the limits of the City; Second Street within the limits of the City; Maple Street, the northern portion of which is commonly known and designated as the Machias Highway, within the limits of the City; Lincoln Street south from Second Street to the south City limits, Fourth Street from the west line of Avenue J to the west line of Pine Street, Pine Street north from Second Street to the north City limits; Glen Street from the north line of Fourth Street to the north line of Fifth Street; Terrace Street from Sixteenth Street to the north City limits; Seventy-Sixth Street from Avenue A to intersection with Pine Street; and Fifth Street from the west side of Maple to the east side of Avenue D and west of Avenue D to the east side of Avenue J; Tenth Street between Avenue D and Maple Street; all within the City of Snohomish, are hereby declared to be arterial highways, and it shall be the duty of all persons driving or operating any vehicle when approaching said arterial highways to bring such vehicles to a complete stop at the point of intersection, excepting, however, that the operators of vehicles shall not be required to bring same to a stop before entering First Street from either the north or south on Avenue D. The intersection of Glen Street and Pearl Street shall be regulated by the placement of a stop sign on Pearl Street on the northeast corner of that intersection. (Ord. 830, 1955; Ord. 903, 1960; Ord. 989, 1965; Ord. 1004, 1966; Ord. 1130, 1971; Ord. 1339, 1976)