§ 93.11  PROTECTION OF PROPERTY, STRUCTURES AND NATURAL RESOURCES.
   (A)   Damaging or removing property prohibited. No park visitor may willfully deface, vandalize or otherwise cause the destruction of park property.
   (B)   Flowers, trees and shrubs. No park visitor may willfully or without authority cut, pluck or otherwise remove or injure any flowers, shrubs, trees or other plant material growing in or around any park. No park visitor may introduce any form of vegetation within a park or public land without written permission from the Parks and Recreation Director.
   (C)   Birds or animals. No park visitor may willfully or without authority kill, trap, hunt, pursue or in any manner disturb or interfere with any species of wildlife in any park. No park visitor may release any insect, fish or animal within a park or public land without written permission from the Parks and Recreation Director.
   (D)   Fires. No park visitor may ignite a fire in any park, except in receptacles provided by the city for those purposes. The igniting of fires may be further limited or prohibited by park rules. No park visitor igniting or attending a fire may leave the area before the fire has been completely extinguished.
   (E)   Excavations. No park visitor may dig trenches or make other excavations within a park.
   (F)   Maintaining parks. No person except employees of the city in performance of their duties may mow, fertilize or maintain any portion of park property without the written permission of the Parks and Recreation Director.
(2001 Code, § 825.21)