§ 174.27  Wheeled equipment on sidewalks
   (a)   It shall be unlawful for any person, as defined in § 10.05, to operate wheeled equipment on the city sidewalks.
   (b)   Wheeled equipment, for the purpose of this section, shall include motorcycles, bicycles or tricycles, whether peddled or motor propelled, skate boards, roller blades, scooters, whether pushed or motor propelled, or any similar wheeled device, whether or not attached to the person, that allows the person to glide, roll or move over the surface of said sidewalks whether or not designed as a mode of movement for persons.
   (c)   Exemptions.
      (1)   This section shall not apply to wheeled devices used by a person because of a medical condition or a physical condition, including but not limited to wheel chairs, mobility scooters, or wheeled medical oxygen tanks, nor to a person transporting small children in baby carriages, strollers or similar devices.
      (2)   This section shall not apply to the temporary use of wheeled dollies or similar devices used for transporting goods, furniture and fixtures from the streets over the sidewalks to adjacent buildings and property.
   (d)   Any person violating any of the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon final conviction thereof and be fined in accordance with the general penalty provision found in § 10.10.  Each occurrence that constitutes a violation of this section shall be deemed a separate and distinct offense and shall be punishable as such.
   (e)   To the extent any provision of this section conflicts with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the provisions of the Act shall supercede this section.
(Ord. 9-7-04-3, passed 9-7-04)