660.10  SIDEWALK AND STREET OBSTRUCTIONS; DAMAGE OR INJURY.
   (a)    No person shall place or knowingly drop upon any part of a sidewalk, playground or other public place any tacks, bottles, wire, glass, nails or other articles which may damage property of another or injure any person or animal traveling along or upon such sidewalk or playground.
   (b)    No person shall walk on, or allow any animal upon, or injure or deface in any way, any soft or newly laid sidewalk pavement.
   (c)    No person shall place, deposit or maintain any merchandise, goods, material or equipment upon any sidewalk so as to obstruct pedestrian traffic thereon, except for such reasonable time as may be actually necessary for the delivery or pick-up of such articles. In no case shall the obstruction remain on such sidewalk for more than one hour.
   (d)    No person shall unload upon, or transport any heavy merchandise, goods, material or equipment over or across, any sidewalk or curb without first placing some sufficient protection over the pavement to protect it against damage or injury. The affected area shall be rendered safe and free from danger.
   No person shall allow any cellar or trap door, coal chute or elevator or lift opening in any sidewalk to remain open without providing suitable safeguards to protect and warn pedestrian traffic of the dangerous conditions.
   (f)    No person engaged in the construction, erection, alteration or demolition of any building or structure, or the hauling of any material or substances thereto or therefrom, shall allow fragments, dust, soil or other substances or materials to fall on, or to be blown or tracked on, any public street or sidewalk, or on or into any premises other than the premises upon which the work of construction, erection, alteration or demolition is conducted.
   (g)    No person shall cause to be piled or stored on any portion of the sidewalk, pathway or traveled portion of any public highway, any brick, stone, lumber or any other material, nor permit such piling or storage on any public highway in front of any land of which he or she is the owner or occupant.
(Ord. 1970-6. Passed 1-21-70.)
   (h)    Whoever violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the fourth degree and shall be subject to the penalty provided in Section 698.02.
(Ord. 1972-59. Passed 9-20-72.)