§ 93.017  FIRE AND SMOKING MATERIAL USE RESTRICTIONS.
   (A)   A person may kindle, build, stoke, light, maintain or use a fire within any park, provided that it:
      (1)   Is constructed and maintained only with safe, appropriate, ordinary, natural, untreated materials;
      (2)   Is in a fireplace, furnace, oven, range or other non-combustible container with sides and bottom sufficient to prevent the spread of fire or flames;
      (3)   Is, if outside, a minimum of six feet away from any building, facility or combustible vegetation; and
      (4)   Shall be continuously monitored and cared for from kindling to complete extinguishment by a competent person. In addition, a person may kindle, build, stoke, light, maintain or use a fire within any park in strict compliance with a specific permit issued by the Director of the Park Department. It shall be unlawful for any person to kindle, build, stoke, light, maintain or use a fire within any park except as hereinabove authorized.
   (B)   It shall be unlawful for any person to smoke within any enclosed building within a park.
   (C)   It shall be unlawful for any person to toss, drop, throw away, deposit or otherwise discard ashes, coals, used matches or smoking materials upon the ground, in waters or in trash containers within any park except in a fireplace or other appropriate container as defined in division (A)(2) above or in a receptacle designed and designated for the deposit of such materials.
(Ord. 12-177, passed 4-16-2012)  Penalty, see § 93.999