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Chapter 701 Parks and Recreation
SECTION:
701.01: Definition
701.02: Use of Motor or Snow Vehicles
701.03: Prohibited Conduct or Activity

701.01: DEFINITION:
The word "park" when used in this Chapter shall mean any municipally owned or operated public park, open space, playground or golf course. (Ord. 534, 4-24-1967; amd. 1995 Code)

701.02: USE OF MOTOR OR SNOW VEHICLES[1] :
A. Operation of Vehicles: Except for authorized service vehicles, no person shall drive or operate any vehicle in any park except on roads, parking areas or such other areas designated by the Director of Parks and Recreation at a speed not to exceed 15 miles per hour.
B. Parking of Vehicles: No person shall park any motor vehicle in any park except in designated parking areas. (Ord. 534, 4-24-1967; amd. 1995 Code)

[1]See Ttile 6, Chapter 604 of this Code.

701.03: PROHIBITED CONDUCT OR ACTIVITY:
The following regulations apply in all parks:
A. No person shall light or make a fire except in places provided for such purposes.
B. No person shall discharge any firearms or air guns[2]. No person shall discharge or display any fireworks unless a permit is obtained from the City Manager[3].
C. No person shall use bows and arrows in parks and playgrounds except in areas designated for that purpose.
D. No person shall scatter about or litter the grounds with any form of waste material.
E. No person shall throw stones or rubbish of any kind in any lake, pond or watercourse nor bathe, swim or wade except in designated areas.
F. No person shall affix or inscribe any handbill or poster on any structure or property in any park or any place, square or highway contiguous to any park. (Ord. 534, 4-24-1967)
G. No person shall possess, display, consume or use intoxicating liquors as defined in Minnesota Statutes section 340A.101, subdivision 14. No person shall possess, display, consume or use non-intoxicating malt liquors as defined in Minnesota Statutes section 340A.101, subdivision 19, except inside or on the deck of the clubhouse at the Roseville Golf Course or in certain areas of Central Park. The permitted areas in Central Park shall be established by the Director or designee of the Parks and Recreation Department pursuant to permits issued on a case-by-case basis and upon conditions imposed by said permits. (Ord. 1111, 4-27-1992)
H. No person shall disturb or interfere with any birds or animals kept or found in such park.
I. No person shall be permitted to sell any article including food or drink unless such person shall have a permit, lease or concession granted by the City.
J. No person shall play any game of baseball, football or other game except in areas provided for such game. (Ord. 534, 4-24-1967; amd. 1995 Code)
K. No dogs shall be allowed except on leash, cord, or chain not more than six feet in length. This subsection does not apply to service animals accompanying a disabled person.
The owner or attendant of any animal must carry clean-up utensils and clean up and dispose of all feces in a sanitary manner. (Ord. 1168, 8-12-1996)
L. City parks shall be closed between the hours of 10:00 P.M. and 5:00 A.M. unless otherwise posted. No person shall remain and no motor vehicle shall be left in the park between those hours unless special permission has been granted by the Director of Parks and Recreation. (Ord. 1069, 1-8-1990)
M. No person shall write upon, mark, deface or destroy in any manner or use in any improper way any property or thing pertaining to or in said parks.
N. All persons shall obey all orders or directions of the Director or employees of the Department of Parks and Recreation.
O. No person shall break, cut, mutilate, injure, remove or carry away any tree, plant, flower, shrub, rock, soil, sand, fence, bench or any other property.
P. No person shall ride a horse or other animal without a permit from the Parks and Recreation Director.
Q. No person shall use SCUBA or other diving equipment. (Ord. 534, 4-24-1967; amd. 1995 Code)
R. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Code, the use of non-intoxicating malt liquors as defined in Minnesota Statutes section 340A.101, subdivision 19, is permitted in certain areas of McCarrons Lake Park. The permitted areas in McCarrons Lake Park shall be established by the Director of the Parks and Recreation Department, or the Director's designee, pursuant to permits issued by Ramsey County on a case-by-case basis and upon review and approval of said permits by the Director and the Roseville Police Department.
This subsection R shall be in force until the issuance of a certificate of completion for the Snail Lake Park shelter or November 1, 1999, whichever occurs first, at which time it shall be repealed without further action of the City Council. (Ord. 1204, 5-26-1998)

[2]See Title 5, Chapter 503 of this Code.
[3]See Title 5, Chapter 504 of this Code.

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