SEC. 7-144.  SKATEBOARDING, BICYCLING, ROLLER SKATING, INLINE SKATING OR RAZOR SCOOTING IN PUBLIC PARKING LOTS AND ON PRIVATE PROPERTY.
   (A)   The following regulations shall apply to skateboarding, bicycling, roller skating, inline skating, or razor scooting in public parking lots:
      (1)   No person shall ride, propel or in any manner operate a skateboard, bicycle, roller skates, inline skates, or inline scooter on or over any public parking lot upon which the city has posted signs informing such person that such uses are prohibited.
      (2)   The prohibitions set forth in this section shall not apply unless and until the city complies with the following:
         (a)   Provide notice in and about the area where the activity is prohibited, in conspicuously placed locations and in sufficient numbers to adequately notify a person engaging in the prohibited activity;
         (b)   The notice shall identify in capital letters at least two inches high the activities that are prohibited and shall identify this section of the code.
   (B)   The following regulations shall apply to skateboarding, bicycling, roller skating, inline skating, or razor scooting on private property:
      (1)   No person shall ride, propel or in any manner operate a skateboard, bicycle, roller skates, inline skates, or inline scooter on or over any privately owned property upon which the owner, manager, or other person in charge of such private property has posted signs informing such person that such uses are prohibited.
      (2)   The prohibitions set forth in this section shall not apply unless and until the owner, manager, or person in charge of such private property complies with the following:
         (a)   Provide notice in and about the area where the activity is prohibited, in conspicuously placed locations and in sufficient numbers to adequately notify a person engaging in the prohibited activity;
         (b)   The notice shall identify in capital letters at least two inches high the activities that are prohibited and shall identify this section of the code.
(Ord. No. 2767)