It is unlawful for any person to operate a , other vehicle regulated by state law or :
   (1)   On private property of another without specific written permission of the of said property. Written permission may be given by a posted notice of any kind or description, so long as it specifies the kind of vehicles allowed, that the of the property, prefers such as by saying “Recreational Vehicles Allowed,” “Trail Bikes Allowed,” “All-Terrain Vehicles Allowed” or substantially similar words;
   (2)   On publicly owned land, that is not a dedicated street or road, including school grounds, park property, playgrounds, recreation areas and golf courses, except where permitted by this Division D;
   (3)   In a manner creating loud, unnecessary or unusual noise which disturbs, annoys or interferes with the peace and quiet of other persons. The characteristics and conditions set forth in § 10.30 of this code shall be considered in determining whether a noise constitutes a public nuisance;
   (4)   On a public sidewalk or walkway provided or used for pedestrian travel;
   (5)   At any place while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, narcotics or controlled substances as defined by state law;
   (6)   At a rate of speed greater than reasonable or proper under all the surrounding circumstances and in no case at a speed in excess of 25 mph;
   (7)   To operate or halt the vehicle in a careless, reckless or negligent manner endangering, or be likely to endanger, any person or property or to cause injury or damage thereto;
   (8)   On any public street, highway or right-of-way, unless licensed pursuant to state law or specifically exempt from licensing; and/or
   (9)   To intentionally drive towards, chase, run over or kill any domestic, wild or farm animal.
(1958 Code, § 101.082) (Ord. 70-22, passed 5-25-1970; Ord. 74-65, passed 7-19-1974; Ord. 75-58, passed 11-17-1975; Ord. 76-7, passed 3-22-1976; Ord. 77-54, passed 9-6-1977; recodified by Ord. 2013-9, passed 4-1-2013)