§ 94.12  PERMITS REQUIRED FOR CERTAIN ACTIVITIES.
   (A)   Public meetings.  No person shall hold or attend any public meeting, discussion, debate, picnic, or gathering of any kind on or within park property without first obtaining a permit from the City Manager.  However, family parties or small groups of picnickers shall not be required to obtain written permission.
   (B)   Parades.  No person shall engage in any parade, drill, or procession of any kind on or within any park property without first obtaining a permit from the City Manager.
   (C)   Music concerts.  No person, except a single player playing privately, shall play upon or operate any musical instrument, or hold any musical concert on or within any public park property, without first obtaining a permit from the City Manager.
   (D)   Flags, banners, and signs.  No person shall display any banner, flag, target, sign, or device for advertising or other commercial purpose on or within any public park property without first obtaining a permit from the City Manager.
   (E)   Selling goods.  No person shall sell or expose anything for sale within any public park property or on any sidewalk bounding such property without first having obtained a permit from the City Manager.
   (F)   Fireworks.  No person shall bring, display, or discharge any fireworks within park property without first having obtained a permit therefor from the City Manager.
   (G)   Use of boats.  No person shall place or use any boat, skiff, or vessel on the waters of any park without first obtaining a permit therefor from the City Manager.
   (H)   Going on ice.  No person shall go upon any ice in any park without first obtaining a permit from the City Manager.
   (I)   Use of parks.  The City Manager may, in his or her reasonable discretion, issue permits for the use of public parks or portions thereof for special sporting events.
(`77 Code, § 710.3(n)-(s), (jj), (kk))  (Am. Ord. O-12-85, passed 3-19-85; Am. Ord. O-20-94; passed 5-7-94; Am. Ord. O-32-02, passed 7-16-02)  Penalty, see § 94.99
Cross-reference:
   
Fireworks, see Chapter 91