For the purpose of §§ 70.15 et seq., the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   CONTROLLED VEHICLES.  Include any machine designed to traverse along a surface.  CONTROLLED VEHICLES include those powered by either muscles or engines.  CONTROLLED VEHICLES include, but are not limited to, unicycles, bicycles, tricycles, quadracycles, toy vehicles, scooters, wagons, roller skates, skateboards, remote-controlled vehicles, sleds, toboggans, ice skates, snowmobiles, motorcycles, motor scooters, mopeds, and automobiles.
   OPERATION OF A CONTROLLED VEHICLE.  Any use of inherent design capabilities other than that which causes it to be carried, pushed, or pulled at speeds less than or equal to an average walk.
      (1)   Include those in which the operation of controlled vehicles is restricted.
      (2)   Shall be posted with signs at all points of entry.  Signs shall be placed so as to be visible by operators of all types of vehicles.  Wording of the signs shall be established by the Village Manager.
(Am. Ord. 225, passed 6-3-1996)
   ROADWAY. Any street intended for the operation of automobiles.
   SIDEWALKS.  Paved walkways located between the facade of a building, front yard, parking lot, or easement and the curb, easement, or edge of a roadway.  SIDEWALKS are primarily intended for pedestrian traffic.
(Ord. 169, passed 8-1-1988)