636.01  DISORDERLY CONDUCT.
   (a)   Definition. A person is guilty of disorderly conduct if, with a purpose to cause public danger, annoyance, alarm, disorder or nuisance or if, with the knowledge that he is likely to create such public danger, alarm, annoyance, disorder or nuisance, he willfully:
      (1)   Creates a disturbance of the public order by an act of violence or by any act likely to produce violence;
      (2)   Engages in fighting or in violent, threatening or tumultuous behavior;
      (3)   Makes any loud, boisterous, unreasonably or unseemingly loud noise or disturbance to the annoyance of the peaceable residents nearby, or near to any public highway, road, street, lane, alley, park, square or common, whereby the public peace is broken or the traveling public annoyed;
      (4)   Addresses abusive language or threats to any person present which creates a clear and present danger of violence;
      (5)   Causes likelihood of harm or serious inconvenience by failing to obey a lawful order of dispersal by a police officer, where two or more persons are committing acts of disorderly conduct in the immediate vicinity;
      (6)   Damages, befouls or disturbs public property or property of another so as to create a hazardous, unhealthy or physically offensive condition; or
      (7)   Commits a trespass on residential property or on public property. "Trespass", for the purpose of this section, means:
         A.   Entering upon, or refusing to leave, any residential property of another, either where such property has been posted with "No Trespassing" signs, or where immediately prior to such entry, or subsequent thereto, notice is given by the owner or occupant, orally or in writing, that such entry or continued presence is prohibited; or
         B.   Entering upon, or refusing to leave, any public property in violation of regulations promulgated by the official charged with the security, care or maintenance of the property and approved by the governing body of the public agency owning the property where such regulations have been conspicuously posted or where immediately prior to such entry, or subsequent thereto, such regulations are made known by the official charged with the security, care or maintenance of the property, his agent or a police officer.
   (b)   Exceptions. This section shall not apply to peaceful picketing, public speaking or other lawful expressions of opinion not in contravention of other laws.
   (c)   Offense. No person shall engage in disorderly conduct in the City.
(Ord. 36-68. Passed 12-30-68.)