658.03  TRESPASSING.
   (a)   No person shall:
      (1)   Willfully enter or remain upon the lands or premises of another, without lawful authority, after having been forbidden to do so by the owner or occupant, or agent or servant of the owner or occupant. No person being upon the land or premises of another, upon being notified to depart therefrom by the owner or occupant, or his or her agent or servant, shall neglect or refuse, without lawful authority, to depart therefrom.
      (2)   Willfully enter or remain upon the lands or premises of another, without lawful authority, after having been warned of the owner's regulations governing access to and use of the property through the conspicuous posting of informational signs which state "WARNING -- THESE PREMISES ARE PROVIDED FOR THE BENEFIT OF PATRONS AND EMPLOYEES OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT. USE OF PARKING AREA IS ONLY PERMITTED WHILE THE EMPLOYEE OR PATRON IS INSIDE THE ESTABLISHMENT. VIOLATORS WILL BE SUBJECT TO TRESPASSING CHARGES."
      (3)   Stand, idle or sit, either in person or within a motorized vehicle, in or about any store, shop, business or commercial establishment, and/or its premises and private parking lot, if such standing, idling or sitting causes interference or disorder with the normal course of business of the store, shop, business or commercial establishment, or in any way tends to hinder or impede the passage of pedestrians or vehicles enroute to or from the establishment or premises.
   (b)   The judge of appropriate jurisdiction may impose community service for a violation of this section, in addition to the penalty provided in Section 658.99.
(Ord. 497. Passed 4-25-88.)