§ 130.03  DISORDERLY CONDUCT.
   (A)   Definitions. For the purpose of this section, the following definitions apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      PUBLIC NUDITY.
         (a)   Knowingly or intentionally displaying in a public place, or for payment or promise of payment by any person including, but not limited to, payment or promise of payment of an admission fee, any individual’s genitals or anus with less than a fully opaque covering or a female individual’s breast with less than a fully opaque covering of the nipple and areola.
         (b)   PUBLIC NUDITY does not include any of the following:
            1.   A woman’s breast-feeding of a baby whether or not the nipple or areola is exposed during or incidental to the feeding;
            2.   Material as defined in § 2 of Public Act 343 of 1984, being M.C.L.A. § 752.362; and
            3.   Sexually explicit visual material as defined in § 3 of Public Act 33 of 1978, being M.C.L.A. § 722.673.
      PUBLIC PLACE. Any street, alley, park, public building, parking lot, body of water, any place of business or assembly open to or frequented by the public and any other place to which the public has access.   
(Prior Code, § 9.1)
   (B)   Acts prohibited. No person shall:
      (1)   Discharge a pistol, other firearm or bow and arrow in the city, except when lawfully acting in the defense of persons or property or the enforcement of law or at a duly established range, the operation of which has been approved by the City Council;
      (2)   Discharge a “pneumatic gun” (as defined by state law) in any area within the city that is so heavily populated as to make that conduct dangerous to the inhabitants of that area. The discharge of pneumatic guns is allowed at a duly established range, the operation of which has been approved by the City Council, on other property where firearms may be discharged as approved by the City Council, or on or within private property with the permission of the owner or possessor of that property if conducted with reasonable care to prevent a projectile from crossing the bounds of the property. An individual below the age of 16 who is in possession of a pneumatic gun must be under the supervision of a parent, a guardian or an individual 18 years of age or older, except on or within private property if the individual below the age of 16 is authorized by a parent or guardian and the property owner or legal possessor to possess the pneumatic gun;
      (3)   Point, wave about or display a pneumatic gun in a threatening manner with the intent to induce fear in another individual;
      (4)   Engage in public nudity;
      (5)   Engage in any disturbance, fight or quarrel in a public place;
      (6)   Obstruct traffic on any street or sidewalk without the approval of the City Manager; and/or
      (7)   Refuse to leave a public meeting after having been validly ordered to leave the meeting pursuant to a rule or bylaw of the public body holding the meeting.
(Prior Code, § 9.2)
   (C)   Acts prohibited (civil infraction). No person shall:
      (1)   Disturb the public peace and quiet by loud, boisterous or vulgar conduct; and/or
      (2)   Permit any place occupied or controlled by him or her to be a place in which noisy, boisterous or disorderly persons are present.
(Prior Code, § 9.4)
   (D)   Possession or consumption of open intoxicants. No person shall possess open intoxicants or consume intoxicants in a public place unless such possession or consumption is allowed by state law or this code.
(Prior Code, § 9.5)
(Ord. 605, passed 4-19-1993; Ord. 658, passed 3-6-2000; Ord. 665, passed 2-19-2001; Ord. 773, passed 9-21-2015)  Penalty, see § 130.99