Chapter 6-Park Regulations

3-6-1 PURPOSE
3-6-2 PARKING
3-6-3 USE OF DRIVES REQUIRED
3-6-4 FIRES
3-6-5 LITTERING
3-6-6 SWIMMING OR WADING
3-6-7 MOTORIZED BOAT
3-6-8 CAMPING TIME LIMIT
3-6-9 HOURS

3-6-1 PURPOSE. The purpose of this Chapter is to facilitate the enjoyment of park facilities by the general public by establishing rules and regulations governing the use of park facilities.

3-6-2 PARKING. All vehicles shall be parked in designated parking areas.

3-6-3 USE OF DRIVES REQUIRED. No person shall drive any car, cycle, or other vehicle, or ride or drive any horse, in any portion of a park except upon the established drives or roadways therein or such other places as may be officially designated by the City.

3-6-4 FIRES. No fires shall be built, except in a place provided therefor, and such fire shall be extinguished before leaving the area unless it is to be immediately used by some other party.

3-6-5 LITTERING. No person shall place, deposit, or throw any waste, refuse, litter or foreign substance in any area or receptacle except those provided for that purpose.

3-6-6 SWIMMING OR WADING: No persons shall be permitted to swim or wade in the pond at Horseshoe Pond Park or at the City Boat Ramp at the end of North Fifth Street. (Ord. 756, 6-17-91)

3-6-7 MOTORIZED BOAT. No person shall operate any type of motorized boat and watercraft at Horseshoe Pond Park.

3-6-8 CAMPING TIME LIMIT. No person shall park a camper or recreational vehicle at any City Park for more than fourteen (14) consecutive calendar days. (Ord. 665, 6-16-86)

3-6-9 HOURS. All City Parks are closed to the public from 11:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. the following morning.

Anyone present in a public park during the hours that the park is closed shall be removed and may be prosecuted for criminal trespass. (Ord. 790, 8-3-92)