limits and construction
double in road construction zones.
Please keep an eye out for the construction workers.
K.S.A. 8-1558 establishes the following maximum speed limits:
30 mph in any urban district
70 mph on any separated, multilane highway that is designated
and posted by the secretary of transportation
mph on any county or township highway
65 mph on all other highways
for minors - City of Iola
curfew is enforced stating that any child under the age of 18
shall not be allowed to loiter or roam the streets or public areas
either by foot or motor vehicle between the hours of 12:00 midnight
on any day and 6:00 am of the following day."
62-3 Iola City Code
Cigarettes or tobacco products shall be purchased or in possession
by or of a minor .
is unlawful for any person under
18 years of age to possess or attempt to purchase tobacco products.
A fine will be given to those who are caught in violation.
Visit the NEW Iola Police
need to knows
it turned down - Use of sound amplification systems.
person operating or occupying a motor vehicle shall operate or
permit the operation of any sound amplification system from within
the vehicle so that the sound is plainly audible from a distance
of 50 feet from the vehicle."
90-2 Traffic and Vehicles
Riding on Vehicles or in the back of a Pickup Truck
is deemed unlawful for any persons to ride on any vehicle or upon
any portion thereof not designed or intended for the use of passengers
when the vehicle in in motion."
shall not apply to:
(1) An employee engaged in the necessary discharge of the employee's
duty within truck bodies in space intended for cargo or
(2) When vehicle is operated in a parade, caravans or exhibitions
which are officially authorized or permitted by law.
182 & 115
Tinted Windows - Tinting Restrictions
sun screening device when used in conjunction with the windshield
shall be nonreflective and shall not be red, yellow or amber in
color. Cannot be to the immediate left or right of the driver.
The windows behind the driver shall be non reflective and the
total light transmission no less than 35% when a sun screening
device is used.
8-1749 this applies to vehicles everywhere in the state...including
Light covers are illegal everywhere in Kansas as well, unless
they are completely clear with no tint.
under vehicles are allowed in Iola and Allen County.
However they must be under the car and run toward the
this time, we are receiving conflicting information regarding
the lights under vehicles. If you have questions regarding this
information, please contact the local Police
department or the
Allen County Sheriff department.
covers (dark screening) on headlamps (Kansas)
vehicle registered to operated on the highways shall be equipped
with headlamps which are covered with any sun screen device, film
or glaze which when lamps are not in use is highly reflective
or otherwise nontransparent. Disclaimer
license plate frames and covers.
Are allowed at this time as long as they are a steady burning
frame. Frames that are flashing are illegal.
8-1729 states that the Tag Light must be white in color. It also
says that the only lights allowed to be displayed to the rear
of a vehicle are Red, Amber, or Yellow for tail lights/brake lights/signal
lights. White is reserved for backup lights and the tag light.
headlamp bulbs are allowed at this time.
Beer or Liquor Sales after 11:00pm
Beer or Liquor Sales on Sundays and Holidays (Kansas State Law)
out for Deer and Farm Animals
Thermonuclear weapons in city limits (Iola)
Fireworks in city limits (Iola)
open burning in city limits without a permit(can you get a permit?)
about selling things in parking lots or without a business (have
to have a license)
cut in line at Fast Food Restaurant
Information provided by the Allen County Sheriff's office. Iola.com
does not claim to be an authority on legal issues. If you have any
questions regarding laws and ordinances, contact the appropriate offices.