SEC. 7-132.  OBSTRUCTION OF MOVEMENT ON PUBLIC WAYS.
   (A)   No person shall sit or lie down in or upon any public street, sidewalk or crosswalk in the city in any manner so as to hinder or obstruct the free passage of pedestrians thereon, or to annoy or molest such pedestrians.
   (B)   The prohibitions of subsection (A) shall not apply to any person who:
      (1)   Is sitting or lying down on a public way due to a medical emergency;
      (2)   As the result of a disability, utilizes a wheelchair, walker, or similar device to move about the public way; or
      (3)   Is operating or patronizing a commercial establishment conducted on the public way pursuant to a permit duly issued by the city or who is participating in or attending a parade, festival, performance, rally, demonstration, meeting, or similar event conducted on a public way pursuant to a permit duly issued by the city.
   (C)   No person shall be prosecuted for a violation of subsection (A) unless the person engages in conduct prohibited by this section after having been notified by a law enforcement officer that the conduct violates this chapter.
   (D)   Except for an on-duty peace officer, as defined in Cal. Penal Code, Section 830, no person 12 years of age or older shall ride a bicycle on a public sidewalk in the city.
(`64 Code, Sec. 20-8)  (Ord. No. 2452, 2711)