1062.01   DEFINITIONS.
   As used in this chapter:
   (a)   “Animal” means a quadruped, bird, fish, reptile, amphibian or insect.
   (b)   “Community park” means a park established to provide landscaped open area and recreation facilities for residents living within an area of five or six square miles and which would normally be reached by automobile.  Parking facilities are provided.  The primary use of a community park is by organized teams and leagues.  Limited picnic facilities may be provided.
   (c)   “Fish” and “fishing” mean taking or attempting to take fish by any method, and all other acts, such as placing, setting, drawing or using any device commonly used to take fish, whether or not resulting in such taking.
   (d)   “Motor vehicle” means any vehicle propelled or drawn by power other than muscular power.
   (e)   “Nature park” means a park established to preserve open space in its natural state for passive recreation, nature study and the enjoyment of naturalistic areas.  Nature parks are used by the entire community.  Improvements consist of parking areas, walking trails and horse trails.
   (f)   “Neighborhood park” means a park established to provide a landscaped open space and casual recreation facilities for residents of a neighborhood within walking or bicycling distance of their homes.
   (g)   “Park” means any land or water area owned, leased or otherwise controlled by the City or the Centerville-Washington Township Park District.
   (h)   “Park Director” means the person designated by the City or the Centerville- Washington Township Park District to direct activities within a park.
   (i)   “Park waters” means any lake, pond, reservoir, stream, channel, lagoon or other body of water, or any part thereof, whether natural or artificial, located in or adjoining a park.
   (j)   “Person” means any individual, company, partnership, corporation or association, or any combination of individuals, or any employee, agent or officer thereof.
   (k)   “Police officer” means a police officer of the City and every other law enforcement officer of the State or of any political subdivision thereof, including, but not limited to, troopers of the State Highway Patrol, sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, constables and Division of Wildlife game protectors.
   (l)   “Vehicle” means anything on wheels.
(Ord. 69-75.  Passed 8-18-75.)