§ 73.02  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES (ATVs). 
      (1)   CLASS 1 ATVS are motorized flotation-tired vehicles of not less than 3 low pressure tires, but not more than 6 tires, that is limited in engine displacement of less than 1,000 cubic centimeters and total dry weight less than 1,000 pounds.
      (2)   CLASS 2 ATVs are motorized floatation-tired vehicles of not less than 3 low pressure tires, but not more than 6 tires, that is limited in engine displacement of less than 1,000 cubic centimeters and total dry weight of 1,000 to 1,800 pounds.
   OPERATE.  To ride in or on and control the operation of a snowmobile or other recreational vehicle.
   OPERATION.  To ride in or on, or control the operation of, or be in actual physical control of a snowmobile or other recreational vehicle.
   OPERATOR.  Any person who operates or is in actual physical control of a snowmobile or other recreational vehicle.
   OWNER.  A person, other than a lien holder, having an interest in or title to a snowmobile or other recreational vehicle, entitling that person to the use or possession thereof.
   PERSON.  Includes an individual, partnership, corporation, the state and its agencies and subdivision and any body of persons, whether incorporated or not.
   PUBLIC PROPERTY.  Any real property owned by the city including all city parks and recreation areas.
   RECREATIONAL MOTOR VEHICLE or RECREATIONAL VEHICLE.  Any self propelled vehicle and any vehicle propelled or drawn by a self propelled vehicle used for recreational purposes, including but not limited to snowmobile, trail bike or other all terrain vehicle, hovercraft or motor vehicle licensed for highway operation that is being used for off road recreational purposes.
   ROADWAY.  That portion of a street improved, designed or ordinarily used for vehicular traffic, together with all boulevards and sidewalks, except as herein-described.
(Am. Ord. 54, passed 12-2-2002; Am. Ord. 86, passed 8-6-2012)