§ 90.04  EAST PARK AREA REGULATIONS.
   (A)   From Memorial Day to Labor Day, no person, who owns, keeps or possesses a dog, shall permit the dog to enter on or within the regulated portion of East Park unless the dog is on a leash and is under control of the person holding the leash. However, during a city-approved event in East Park, no person, who owns, keeps or possesses a dog, shall permit the dog to enter the regulated portion of East Park even if the dog is on a leash and under the control of the person holding the leash. This prohibition of dogs in the regulated portion of East Park during city-approved events shall not apply to dogs that are performing in the city-approved event.
   (B)   (1)   For purposes of this section, the REGULATED PORTION OF EAST PARK shall mean that portion of East Park that is bounded by: on the north, the sidewalk to the south of East Clinton Street continuing to the north side of the Harbor Master Building ending at the sidewalk adjacent to Round Lake; on the south, the south wall of the Performance Pavilion continuing in a straight line to the sidewalk adjacent to Round Lake; on the east, the sidewalk which runs along Round Lake between the aforementioned northern and southern boundaries; and on the west, the sidewalk adjacent to the east side of Bridge Street between the aforementioned northern and southern boundaries.
      (2)   In addition, for purposes of this section, a CITY-APPROVED EVENT shall mean an event, festival or activity which has been approved or authorized by the city pursuant to this code, the City Charter or by virtue of the city’s ownership of the land being used for the event, festival or activity.
(Prior Code, § 9.125)  (Ord. 730, passed 7-7-2008)  Penalty, see § 10.99