A.   Boating, Swimming Or Wading: No person in any park shall boat, windsurf, swim, bathe, or wade in any water or waterways, or pool in any park, except in such water and at places such regulations or restrictions as have been or may be promulgated and posted by the commission.
   B.   Fishing: No person in any park shall fish in any waters in any park, whether by the use of a hook and line, net, trap, or other device, except in waters designated for that use and under such regulations and restrictions as have been or may be promulgated and posted by the commission.
   C.   Trapping Devices And Fireworks:
      1.   Prohibitions: No person in any park shall:
         a.   Except for authorized beaver or pest removal, use any kind of trapping device.
         b.   Discharge, or be in possession of, any fireworks, except as provided in subsection C2 of this section.
      2.   Fireworks Permits:
         a.   The City Clerk, pursuant to the provisions of section 5-12-61 of this Code and any rules, regulations or policies promulgated thereunder, may grant or deny a permit for the use of fireworks as defined in section 5-12-61 of this Code within Ann Morrison Park only.
         b.   The City Clerk's issuance or denial of a fireworks permit for Ann Morrison Park shall be subject to prior review and approval by the Boise Parks and Recreation Commission.
         c.   Issuance of a fireworks permit by the City Clerk shall be subject to such other reasonable conditions as the City Clerk may prescribe, so long as a denial of a fireworks permit or any conditions imposed on the granting of a fireworks permit are reasonably necessary for protection of the public health, safety and welfare.
   D.   Park Use: No person in any park shall:
      1.   Regulated: Fail or refuse to comply with directions given by police officers or duly authorized representatives of the Director in regulating the activities in any area when necessary to prevent congestion and to secure the maximum use for the comfort and convenience of all.
      2.   Availability: Violate the regulation that use of the individual fireplaces, tables and benches follows generally the rules of "first come, first served".
      3.   Non-Exclusive: Use any portion of a park for the purpose of holding events to the exclusion of other persons, nor shall any person use such area and facilities for an unreasonable time if the facilities are crowded; provided, however, reservations in advance may be made for any park facility where fields, courts, halls, rooms, gyms, gardens, shelters, pavilions, plazas, archery ranges or fireplaces are provided. All persons requesting an advanced reservation shall pay a fee in an amount set forth on the fee schedule and shall observe all department rules and regulations. Failure to observe such department rules and regulations shall, in addition to other applicable penalties, result in the immediate termination of the advanced reservation.
      4.   Permit Required: Conduct, sponsor, promote or publicly advertise any meeting, concert, theater, athletic event or other public activity in a park; or any activities which include amplified sound, use of equipment or apparatus, sales, closing parkways, fundraising, or interference with the normal and regular use or maintenance of the park without obtaining a park use permit.
      5.   Moving Tables: Move picnic tables without consulting a duly authorized representative of the Director.
      6.   Duty Of Reservation Holder: Violate the duty to leave all halls, rooms, gyms and other building and park facilities reserved for use in a condition identical to that when those facilities were permitted to the reservation holder for use. All trash in the nature of boxes, papers, cans, bottles, garbage and other refuse is placed in disposal receptacles where provided. If no such trash receptacles are available, then refuse and trash shall be carried away from the park area to be properly disposed of elsewhere.
   E.   Camping: No person in any park shall set up tents, shacks, or any other temporary shelter for the purpose of camping as defined in section 7-3A-2 of this title, except by special permission by the Director, nor shall any person leave in a park after closing hours any movable structure or special vehicle to be used, or that could be used, for such purpose such as a motor home, camp-trailer, or the like.
   F.   Fires: No person in any park shall light, build, or maintain a fire in any public park, except for culinary purposes in park grills, fireplaces, or privately owned grills, and no person shall leave the immediate area without first extinguishing such fire.
   G.   Games: No person in any park shall take part in or abet the playing of any games involving thrown or otherwise propelled dangerous objects such as stones, arrows or javelins except in areas set apart for such forms of recreation. Golfing or driving golf balls is prohibited except where specific facilities have been provided.
   H.   Tennis Courts: No person in any park shall fail to observe and/or violate the rules and regulations for the use of such courts as promulgated by the commission.
   I.   Archery Range: No person in any park shall fail to observe and/or violate rules and regulations for the use of such range promulgated by the commission.
   J.   Hot Air Balloons: No person in any park shall tether or launch a hot air balloon except by permit issued pursuant to rules and regulations promulgated by the commission.
   K.   Metal Detectors: No person in any park shall operate a metal detector without obtaining a permit from an authorized agent of the Director. All permittees shall display permit in plain sight and comply with all rules and regulations set forth by the department.
   L.   Vehicles: No vehicle as said term is defined by section 6-1-1 of this Code shall be permitted in or upon any park except: those vehicles operated and used for pleasure and designed to carry passengers; those vehicles employed by the City; and those vehicles making deliveries within a park.
   M.   Wheeled Devices: No person in any park shall ride or operate a skateboard, roller skates, scooter, inline skates, bicycle or other wheeled recreation equipment on any brickwork, ornamental surface, picnic table, bench, tennis court, fountain area, wading pool, planter, sculpture or other structure unless otherwise designated as an area where wheeled devices are permitted. (Ord. 44-18, 9-25-2018)