A.   It is unlawful for any person in a park or adjacent to a recreational facility to:
      1.   Mark, deface, disfigure, injure, tamper with or displace or remove any buildings, bridges, tables, benches, grills, railings, paving or paving material, water lines, equipment, signs, drinking fountains, swimming or wading pools or other park or recreational facility property, improvements or appurtenances whatsoever, real or personal;
      2.   Fail to cooperate in maintaining restrooms and washrooms in a neat and sanitary condition.
      3.   Dump dirt, grass and tree clippings or dig, remove, plant or deposit any soil, rock, sand, stones, trees, shrubs or plants or other wood or materials, or make any excavation by tool, equipment or other means or agency except as authorized by the Mayor.
      4.   Construct or erect any building or structure of whatever kind, whether permanent or temporary, or run or string any public utility into, upon or across park or recreational facility property, except on special written permit issued hereunder.
      5.   Damage, cut, carve, mark, transplant or remove any plant, or injure the bark, dig in or otherwise disturb grass areas, or in any other way injure the natural beauty or usefulness of any area.
      6.   Attach any rope, cable, structure, device or other contrivance to any tree, fence, railing, bridge, bench, building or other structure unless otherwise posted. This prohibition does not include locking bicycles to the foregoing mentioned structures as long as no damage is done to the structure and so long as the bicycle does not interfere with the use and enjoyment of the park by others.
      7.   Litter or fail to refuse to deposit litter in provided garbage receptacles. Where receptacles are not provided, all such rubbish or waste shall be carried away from the park by the person responsible for its presence and properly disposed of elsewhere.
      8.   Break glass objects and then fail to remove broken glass and safely dispose of the broken glass in such fashion so as not to cause injury to persons or property.
      9.   Cause or permit any domestic animal to run loose, or fail to keep such animal under restraint as per Title 6-4C, in any park or other open space area designated by the City Council as an area requiring restraint as per Title 6-4A. The above provision shall not apply to service animals authorized under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Further, every owner or person having custody of said dog or other animal shall remove and properly dispose of the animal's solid waste (fecal material).
      10.   Pasture or pen any animal, domesticated or wild.
      11.   Hunt, molest, harm, frighten, kill, trap, pursue, chase, tease, shoot or throw missiles at any animal, nor remove from the park or have in his possession any animal, or the eggs or nest, or young of any animal. An exception to the foregoing is made in that snakes known to be poisonous may be killed on sight. An exception is further made to fishing where allowed by the state department of fish, wildlife and parks. This regulation does not apply to officers of state or local government duly acting within the course and scope of their duties.
      12.   Start a fire except in facilities installed and provided for such purpose, or to fail to completely extinguish a fire upon leaving the park.
      13.   Camp overnight as per Titles 5-8-2 and 7-2-5-E.
      14.   Display, offer to sell, or sell any article or service without first obtaining permission by the City Council pursuant to this chapter, exception of the Three Forks Chamber of Commerce's Farmer's Market.
      15.   Operate a skateboard, roller skate, inline skate, ride a bike or similar recreational device with wheels on any tennis court, basketball court, or in any drained swimming pool.
      16.   Operate a skateboard, rollerskate, inline skate, or ride a bike or similar recreational device with wheels on or against any city-owned table, bench, structure, tennis court, bike rack, parking stop, retaining wall, fountain, statue, railing, stage, or other improvement which may suffer damage by such use.
      17.   Operate a skateboard, rollerskate, inline skate, or ride a bike or similar recreational device with wheels on or in any pavilion.
      18.   Practice golf with real golf balls in any park.
      19.   Drive, operate or park any vehicle or trailer on park lands or trails, except as authorized by the Mayor.
   B.   The Mayor may create additional prohibitions which may be applicable to one or more parks or recreation facilities. (Ord. 382-2018, 9-11-2018; amd. Ord. 382-2018, 8-28-2018)