Criminal Charges

RMC

CHARGE

CLASS

PA

BOND

CHAPTER 4

REVENUE AND FINANCE

 

 

 

4-2-240

Retail Sales and Use Tax (Division 3, Use Tax - Motor vehicles and trailers)

BMO

SUM

100

4-2-470

Retail Sales and Use Tax (Division 3, Use Tax - Violations; summons and complaint; penalty)

AMO

SUM

100

4-5-50

Telephone Utilities Tax (Penalty:  Telephone Occupation Tax)

AMO

SUM

100

CHAPTER 6

BUSINESS LICENSE AND REGULATIONS

 

 

 

6-1-10

Business License (License required)

BMO

SUM

500

6-2-10

Sales Tax Licenses (License required)

AMO

SUM

500

6-3-20

Adult Entertainment Establishments (License required)

AMO

SUM

500

6-3-140

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Employee license required)

AMO

SUM

500

6-3-160

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Inspection)

AMO

SUM

500

6-3-260

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Massage parlors  and certified or licensed massage therapists)

AMO

SUM

500

6-3-270

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Admission of minors unlawful)

AMO

SUM

500

6-3-280

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Sales to minors unlawful)

AMO

SUM

500

6-3-410

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Display of entertainment or performances and supply of liquor prohibited)

AMO

SUM

500

6-3-430

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Interference with inspectors)

AMO

SUM

500

6-3-440

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Tampering with notices)

AMO

SUM

500

6-3-450

Adult Entertainment Establishments (False statements prohibited)

AMO

SUM

500

6-3-460

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Alterations prohibited)

AMO

SUM

500

6-3-480(a)(1)

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Violations – it is a violation of this Code for any person to knowingly and willfully operate, procures, acquiesce in the operation of an unlicensed premises contrary to the relevant requirements of this Code)

AMO

SUM

500

6-3-480(a)(2)

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Violations – it is a violation of this Code for any person to knowingly and willfully admit, procure or acquiesce in the admission of a minor within a licensed premises)

AMO

SUM

1000

6-3-480(a)(3)

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Violations – it is a violation of this Code for any person to knowingly and willfully sell, barter, give or offer to sell, barter or give to any minor any service, device or thing sold or offered for sale by an adult bookstore, adult cabaret, adult motel, adult arcade, adult motion picture theater, massage parlor, adult theater or peep booth)

AMO

SUM

1000

6-3-480(a)(4)

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Violations – it is a violation of this Code for any person to knowingly and willfully maintain procure or acquiesce n the maintaining of a licensed premises in an unsanitary or unsafe  condition contrary to the provisions of this Article)

AMO

SUM

500

6-3-480(a)(5)

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Violations – it is a violation of this Code for any person to knowingly and willfully having a duty to conduct the self-inspection required herein, fail, refuse, procure or acquiesce in a failure or refusal to conduct said self inspection)

AMO

SUM

1000

6-3-480(a)(6)

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Violations – it is a violation of this Code for any person to knowingly and willfully  interfere with, procure or acquiesce in an interference with an inspector contrary to relevant provisions of this Code)

AMO

SUM

1000

6-3-480(a)(7)

Adult Entertainment Establishments (Violations it is a violation of this Code for any person to knowingly and willfully maintain, procure or acquiesce in the maintenance of a nuisance on a licensed premises)

AMO

SUM

500

6-4-10

Alarm Systems (Audible alarm requirements)

BMO

100

100

6-4-20(d)

Alarm Systems (User fees for false alarms)

BMO

250

100

6-4-30(a)

Alarm Systems (Direct connection systems – without permission)

BMO

250

100

6-4-30(b)

Alarm Systems (Direct connection systems)

BMO

250

100

6-7-110(b)(1)

Placement of Trash Containers - First Offense

CMO

25

100

 
6-7-110(b)(2)

 
Placement of Trash Containers - Second Offense
 
CMO

50

100
 
6-7-110(b)(3)


Placement of Trash Containers - Third Offense

CMO

100

100

6-6-220

Oil & Gas (Violation and enforcement)

AMO

SUM

1000

6-8-150

Operation of Medical Marijuana Dispensary

AMO

SUM

500

6-8-160

Operation of Medical Marijuana Cultivation Operation

AMO

SUM

500

CHAPTER 7

HEALTH, SANITATION AND ANIMALS

 

 

 

7-1-210

Administration and Abatement of Nuisances (Violation of injunction)

AMO

SUM

500

 
7-2-10(a)

 
Nuisances Enumerated (Accumulation to constitute nuisances) - First Offense

AMO

50

250
 
7-2-10(b)

 
Nuisances Enumerated (Accumulation to constitute nuisances) - Second Offense

 
AMO

100

250
 
7-2-10(c)

 
Nuisances Enumerated (Accumulation to constitute nuisances) - Third Offense
 
AMO

SUM

250

7-2-20

Nuisances Enumerated (Streets, streams and water supply)

AMO

SUM

250

7-2-30

Nuisances Enumerated (Stagnant water)

AMO

SUM

250

7-2-40

Nuisances Enumerated (Sewer inlet)

AMO

SUM

1000

7-2-50

Nuisances Enumerated (Nauseous liquids)

AMO

SUM

250

7-2-60

Nuisances Enumerated (Stale matter) - First Offense

AMO

100

250

7-2-60

Nuisances Enumerated (Stale matter) - Second Offense

AMO

SUM

250

7-2-70

Nuisances Enumerated (Privy vaults)

AMO

SUM

250

7-2-80

Nuisances Enumerated (Trash containers) - First Offense

AMO

100

250

7-2-80

Nuisances Enumerated (Trash containers) - Second Offense

AMO

SUM

250

7-2-90

Nuisances Enumerated (Accumulation of manure) - First Offense

AMO

100

250

7-2-90

Nuisances Enumerated (Accumulation of manure) - Second Offense

AMO

SUM

250

7-2-100

Nuisances Enumerated (Transporting garbage, manure) - First Offense

AMO

250

250

7-2-100

Nuisances Enumerated (Transporting garbage, manure) - Second Offense

AMO

SUM

250

7-2-110

Nuisances Enumerated (Dumping on property)

AMO

SUM

500

7-2-120

Nuisances Enumerated (Interference with public property)

AMO

SUM

250

7-2-130

Nuisances Enumerated (Inoperable vehicles) - First Offense

AMO

25

100

7-2-130

Nuisances Enumerated (Inoperable vehicles) - Second Offense

AMO

50

100

7-2-130

Nuisances Enumerated (Inoperable vehicles) - Third Offense

AMO

SUM

100

7-2-140

Nuisances Enumerated (Dangerous or vacant residential dwellings)

AMO

SUM

250

7-2-150

Nuisances Enumerated (Continuation of nuisance)

AMO

SUM

500

7-2-160

Nuisances Enumerated (Maintenance of nuisances)

AMO

SUM

250

7-3-10

Garbage and Refuse Collection (Deposit restrictions) - First Offense

BMO

60

100

7-3-10

Garbage and Refuse Collection  (Deposit restrictions) - Second Offense 

BMO

SUM

100

7-3-20

Garbage and Refuse Collection (Accumulation of refuse prohibited) - First Offense

BMO

100

100

7-3-20

Garbage and Refuse Collection (Accumulation of refuse prohibited) - Second Offense

BMO

SUM

100

7-3-30

Garbage and Refuse Collection (Responsibility for refuse on premises) - First Offense

BMO

100

100

7-3-30

Garbage and Refuse Collection (Responsibility for refuse on premises) - Second Offense

BMO

SUM

100

7-3-40

Garbage and Refuse Collection (Removal of refuse from business)

BMO

250

250


7-4-20(a)(1)

Weeds and Brush (Prohibition against weed growth in excess of eight inches) - First Offense


AMO

50

100

7-4-20(a)(2)

Weeds and Brush (Prohibition against weed growth in excess of eight inches) -Second Offense


AMO

150

100

7-4-20(a)(3)

Weeds and Brush (Prohibition and against weed growth in excess of eight inches) -Third Offense 


AMO

SUM

100

7-4-30

Weeds and Brush (Removal of cut plants required)

AMO

30

100


7-5-20(b)(1)(1)

Trees (Street trees clearance) - First Offense

 
BMO

50

100

7-5-20(b)(1)(2) 

Trees (Street trees clearance) - Second Offense

 
BMO

150

100

7-5-20(b)(1)(3)

Trees (Street trees clearance) - Third Offense

 
BMO

SUM

100 

7-5-20(b)(2)(1)

Trees (Street trees obstruction) - First Offense

 
BMO
 
50

100 

7-5-20(b)(2)(2) 

Trees (Street trees obstruction) - Second Offense


BMO 
 
150

100

7-5-20(b)(2)(3) 


Trees (Street trees obstruction) -Third Offense
 
BMO
 
SUM

100

7-5-20(b)(3)(1) 

Trees (Street trees construction) - First Offense 

 
BMO
 
50
 
100

7-5-20(b)(3)(2) 

Trees (Street trees construction) - Second Offense

 
BMO
 
150
 
100

7-5-20(b)(3)(3) 

Trees (Street trees construction) - Third Offense 

 
BMO
 
SUM
 
100

7-5-30(a)(1)(1) 

Trees (Private tree maintenance branches) - First Offense

 
BMO
 
50
 
100

7-5-30(a)(1)(2) 

Trees (Private tree maintenance branches) - Second Offense 


BMO
 
150
 
100

7-5-30(a)(1)(3)

Trees (Private tree maintenance branches) - Third Offense 


BMO
 
 
SUM
 
100

7-5-30(a)(2)(1)


Trees (Private tree maintenance clearance) - First Offense
 
BMO
 
50
 
100

7-5-30(a)(2)(2)

Trees (Private tree maintenance clearance) - Second Offense
 
 
BMO
 
150

100 

7-5-30(a)(2)(3) 

Trees (Private tree maintenance clearance) - Third Offense

 
BMO
 
SUM

100 

7-6-20(a)

Rabies Control – Vaccinations for dogs and cats

BMO

SUM

100

7-6-20(b)

Rabies Control – Proof of vaccinations

BMO

SUM

100

7-6-20(c)

Rabies Control – Harboring unvaccinated dogs and cats

BMO

SUM

100

7-6-20(f)

Rabies Control – Confinement of animals – refusal or produce animal

AMO

SUM

100

7-6-20(g)

Rabies Control – Removal of animals from confinement

BMO

SUM

100

7-6-30(a)

Reporting Animal Bites (Duty to report)

NACI

100

100

7-6-30(c)

Reporting Animal Bites (Suspected rabies)

NACI

100

100

7-6-40(c)

Dog Licensing (Failed to attach license)

CMO

100

100

7-6-40(e)

Dog Licensing (Failed to obtain or exhibit)

CMO

100

100

7-6-40(f)

Dog Licensing (License not transferrable)

CMO

100

100

7-6-50(a)(1)

Animals Running at Large (Failed to physically restrain) - First Offense

CMO

50

100

7-6-50(a)(1)(2)

Animals Running at Large (Failed to physically restrain) - Second Offense

CMO

100

100

7-6-50(a)(1)(3)

Animals Running at Large (Failed to physically restrain) - Third Offense

AMO

SUM

100

7-6-50(a)(2)

Animals Running at Large (Non-neutered or unspayed) - First Offense

CMO

50

100

7-6-50(a)(2)(2)

Animals Running at Large (Non-neutered or unspayed) - Second Offense

CMO

100

100

7-6-50(a)(2)(3)

Animals Running at Large (Non-neutered or unspayed) - Third Offense

AMO

SUM

100

7-6-50(b)(1)

Animals Running at Large (Confinement during estrus- dog or cat) - First Offense

CMO

50

100

7-6-50(b)(2)

Animals Running at Large (Confinement during estrus- dog or cat) - Second Offense

CMO

100

100

7-6-50(b)(3)

Animals Running at Large (Confinement during estrus- dog or cat) - Third Offense

AMO

SUM

100

7-6-50(e)(1)

Animals Running at Large (Left unattended) - First Offense

CMO

50

100

7-6-50(e)(2)

Animals Running at Large (Left unattended) - Second Offense

CMO

100

100

7-6-50(e)(3)

Animals Running at Large (Left unattended) - Third Offense

AMO

SUM

100

7-6-60(a)(1)

Removal of Animal Excrement; damage to property (Failed to remove from common thoroughfare, etc)

CMO

50

50

7-6-60(a)(2)

Removal of Animal Excrement; damage to property (Causes damage – public or private)

BMO

SUM

100

7-6-60(a)(3)

Removal of Animal Excrement; damage to property (Improper disposal of excrement)

CMO

100

100

7-6-60(a)(4)

Removal of Animal Excrement; damage to property (Failed to promptly remove; properly dispose of)

CMO

SUM

100

7-6-60(a)(5)

Removal of Animal Excrement; damage to property (Failed to maintain premises)

CMO

SUM

250

7-6-70(a)(1)

Disturbance (Allow animal to disturb) - First Offense

BMO

50

100

7-6-70(a)(2)

Disturbance (Allow animal to disturb) - Second Offense

BMO

100

100

7-6-70(a)(3)

Disturbance (Allow animal to disturb) - Third Offense

AMO

SUM

100

7-6-80(b)

Vicious Animals & Potentially Dangerous Animals Prohibited (Potentially dangerous)

AMO

SUM

250

7-6-80(c)

Vicious Animals & Potentially Dangerous Animals Prohibited (Potentially vicious)

AMO

SUM

250

7-6-90(e)

Impounded Animal (Failure to produce animal)

AMO

SUM

250

7-6-100

Kennels (Maintenance; conditions, state license)

NACI

100

100

7-6-110

Pet Shops (Maintenance; conditions, state license)

NACI

100

100

7-6-120(a)(1)

Restrictions on Sale and Possession of Animals (Generally unlawful possession)

CMO

100

100

7-6-120(b)

Restrictions on Sale and Possession of Animals (Livestock)

CMO

100

100

7-6-120(c)

Restrictions on sale and Possession of Animals (Prohibited and endangered)

CMO

100

100

7-6-120(f)

Restrictions on sale and Possession of Animals (Potbellied pigs)

CMO

100

100

7-6-130(1)

Chicken Regulations (Number allowed)

CMO

100

100

7-6-130(2)

Chicken Regulations (Type permitted)

CMO

100

100

7-6-130(3)

Chicken Regulations (Enclosure)

CMO

100

100

7-6-130(4)

Chicken Regulations (Waste removal)

CMO

100

100

7-6-130(5)

Chicken Regulations (Odor impacts)

CMO

100

100

 
7-6-130(6)

 
Chicken Regulations (Slaughter prohibited)

CMO

100

100
 
7-6-140(a)

Beekeeping Regulations (Two hive maximum)

CMO

100

100

 
7-6-140(b)

Beekeeping Regulations (Type of bees)

CMO

100

100

 
7-6-140(c)

Beekeeping Regulations (Location of hives)

CMO

100

100

 
7-6-140(d)
 
Beekeeping Regulations (Flyaway barrier)

CMO


100

100

7-6-140(e)

Beekeeping Regulations (Water source)

CMO

100

100


7-6-140(f)

Beekeeping Regulations (Re-Queening)

CMO

100

100

 
7-6-140(g)

Beekeeping Regulations (Abandonment)

CMO

100

100

7-6-150(a)

Care and Treatment (Cruelty to animals)

AMO

SUM

1000

7-6-150(b)

Care and Treatment (Poisoning)

AMO

SUM

1000

7-6-150(c)

Care and Treatment (Sanitation)

AMO

SUM

500

7-6-150(d)

Care and Treatment (Abandoning animals)

AMO

SUM

500

7-6-150(e)

Care and Treatment (Confinement of animals)

AMO

SUM

250

7-6-150(f)

Care and Treatment (Display or sale of dyed animals)

AMO

SUM

250

7-6-150(g)

Care and Treatment (Fighting animals)

AMO

SUM

1000

7-6-160(d)

Capturing Animals – It shall be unlawful for any person to set or cause to be set any steel-jaw leg hold trap, snare, or any trap other than a humane trap for the purpose of capturing an animal

NACI

100

100

7-6-170

Guard Dogs (Confinement and control)

NACI

100

100

7-6-180(a)

Interference (With animal control or officer)

AMO

SUM

1000

7-6-180(c)

Interference (Refuse to correct given name, address, dob)

AMO

SUM

250

CHAPTER 8

VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC

 

 

 

8-2-20

Abandoned and Inoperable Vehicles(Abandonment of vehicles prohibited – no person shall knowingly abandon any vehicle upon public property or upon private property other than his or her own) - First Offense

NTO

25

100

8-2-20

Abandoned and Inoperable Vehicles (Abandonment of vehicles prohibited) - Second Offense

BMO

50

100

8-2-20

Abandoned and Inoperable Vehicles (Abandonment of vehicles prohibited) - Third Offense

BMO

SUM

100

8-2-30(a)

Abandoned and Inoperable Vehicles (Inoperable vehicles prohibited – no person shall knowingly leave any partially dismantled, wrecked, discarded, inoperable or unlicensed vehicle on any public property within the City) - First Offense

NTO

25

100

8-2-30(a)

Abandoned and Inoperable Vehicles (Inoperable vehicles prohibited) - Second Offense

BMO

50

100

8-2-30(a)

Abandoned and Inoperable Vehicles (Inoperable vehicles prohibited) - Third Offense

BMO

SUM

100

8-2-30(b)

Abandoned and Inoperable Vehicles (Inoperable vehicles – it is unlawful for any person who is the owner of any vehicle or any person who is in the charge or control of any property within the City, whether as owner, tenant, occupant, lessee or otherwise, to knowingly permit or allow a wrecked, inoperable, unlicensed or discarded vehicle to remain on such property longer than (30) days) - First Offense

NTO

25

100

8-2-30(b)

Abandoned and Inoperable Vehicles (Inoperable vehicles prohibited) - Second Offense

BMO

50

100

8-2-30(b)

Abandoned and Inoperable Vehicles (Inoperable vehicles prohibited) - Third Offense

BMO

SUM

100

8-2-40

Abandoned and Inoperable Vehicles (Limitations on parking residential streets – no trailer or hauling device, unless attached to a vehicle, can be parked on a street in a residential zone district at any time.)

PK

30

100

8-2-70

Release of Impounded Vehicles

BMO

SUM

250

CHAPTER 10

GENERAL OFFENSES

 

 

 

10-1-70

General Provisions (Conspiracy)

AMO

SUM

300

10-1-80

General Provisions (Complicity)

AMO

SUM

300

10-1-90

General Provisions (Accessory to crime)

AMO

SUM

500

10-1-100

General Provisions (Compounding)

AMO

SUM

250

10-1-110

General Provisions (Aiding and abetting)

AMO

SUM

500

10-2-20(a)

Government and Public Officers (Obstructing government operations – it is unlawful to obstruct government operations)

AMO

SUM

500

10-2-20(b)

Government and Public Officers (Obstructing government operations – if he or she intentionally obstructs, impairs or hinders the performance of a governmental function by a public servant, by using or threatening or use violence, force or physical interference or obstacle)

AMO

SUM

500

10-2-30(a)

Government and Public Officers (Resisting arrest – it is unlawful to resist arrest or interfere with a peace officer)

AMO

SUM

1000

10-2-30(b)(1)

Government and Public Officers (Resisting arrest –using or threatening to use physical force or violence against the peace officer or another)

AMO

SUM

1000

10-2-30(b)(2)

Government and Public Officers (Resisting arrest – using any other means which creates a substantial risk of causing physical injury to the peace officer or another)

AMO

SUM

1000

10-2-40(a)(1)

Government and Public Officers (Obstructing a peace officer, firefighter, emergency medical services provider or rescue specialist) – no person shall use or threaten to use, violence, force, physical interference, an obstacle or false or misleading information to obstruct, impair or hinder the enforcement of the penal law or preservation of the peace.

AMO

SUM

500

10-2-40(a)(2)

Government and Public Officers (Obstructing an animal used in law enforcement or fire prevention) no person shall use or threaten to use, violence, force, physical interference, or an obstacle to obstruct, impair or hinder any such animal.

AMO

SUM

500

10-2-50

Government and Public Officers (Refusal to permit inspection)

CMO

SUM

250

10-2-60

Government and Public Officers (Refusing to aid a peace officer)

AMO

SUM

200

10-2-70(1)

Government and Public Officers (False reporting to authorities – causes a false alarm of fire or other emergency to be transmitted to or within an official or volunteer fire department, ambulance service or any other government agency which deals with emergencies involving danger to life or property)

AMO

SUM

250

10-2-70(2)

Government and Public Officers (False reporting to authorities – makes a report or causes the transmission of a report to law enforcement authorities of a crime or other incident within their official concern when he or she knows that it did not occur)

AMO

SUM

250

10-2-70(3)

Government and Public Officers (False reporting to authorities – makes a report or causes the transmission of a report to law enforcement authorities pretending to furnish information relating to an offense or other incident within their official concern when he or she knows that he or she has no such information or knows that the information is false)

AMO

SUM

250

10-2-70(4)

Government and Public Officers (False reporting to authorities – gives false information to any law enforcement officer with the purpose of implicating another)

AMO

SUM

250

10-2-70(5)

Government and Public Officers (False reporting to authorities – gives a false name or address to a law enforcement officer with the intent of concealing or hiding his or her own real name, address and/or age)

AMO

SUM

250

10-2-80

Government and Public Officers (Impersonating a public servant)

AMO

SUM

300

10-2-90

Government and Public Officers (Aiding escape)

AMO

SUM

1000

10-2-100

Government and Public Officers (Escapes)

AMO

SUM

1000

10-2-110

Government and Public Officers (Attempt to escape)

AMO

SUM

1000

10-2-120

Government and Public Officers  (Failure to appear in Court)

AMO

SUM

500

10-3-10(a)(1)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Obstructing highway or other passageway – obstructs a highway, street, sidewalk, railway, waterway, building entrance, elevator, aisle, stairway or hallway to which the public or a substantial group of the public has access, or any other place used for the passage of persons, vehicles or conveyance, whether the obstruction arises from his or her acts alone or from his or her acts and the acts or others)

CMO

60

300

10-3-10(a)(2)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Obstructing highway or other passageway – disobeys a reasonable request or order to move issued by a person he or she knows to be a peace officer, fireman or person with authority to control the use of the premises, to prevent obstruction of a highway or passageway or to maintain public safety by dispersing those gathered in dangerous proximity to a fire, riot or other hazard)

CMO

60

300

10-3-20

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Disrupting lawful assembly)

AMO

SUM

500

10-3-30(a)(1)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Interfere at educational institutions – no person shall, on or near the premises or facilities of any educational institution, willfully deny to students, school officials, employees and invitees; lawful freedom of movement on the premises)

AMO

SUM

500

10-3-30(a)(2)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Interfere at educational institutions – no person shall, on or near the premises or facilities of any educational institution, willfully deny to students, school officials, employees and invitees; lawful use of the property or facilities of the institution)

AMO

SUM

500

10-3-30(a)(3)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Interfere at educational institutions – no person shall, on or near the premises or facilities of any educational institution, willfully deny to students, school officials, employees and invitees; The right of lawful ingress and egress to the institution’s physical facilities)

AMO

SUM

500

10-3-30(b)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Interfere at educational institutions – no person shall, on the premises of any educational institution or at or in any building or other facility being used by any educational institution, willfully impede the staff or faculty of such institution in the lawful performance of their duties or willfully impede a student of the institution in the lawful pursuit of his or her educational activities through the use of restraint, abduction, coercion or intimidation or when force and violence are present or threatened)

AMO

SUM

500

10-3-30(c)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Interfere at educational institutions – no person shall willfully refuse or fail to leave the property of or any building or other facility used by any educational institution upon being requested to do so by the chief administrative officer or his or her designee charged with maintaining order on the school premises and in its facilities, if such person is committing, threatens to commit or incites others to commit any act which would disrupt, impair, interfere with or obstruct the lawful missions, processes, procedures or functions of the institution)

AMO

SUM

500

10-3-40(a)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Trespass and interference in public buildings – no person shall conduct himself or herself at or in any public building owned, operated or controlled by the City in such a fashion to willfully deny to any public official, public employee or invitee on such premises the lawful rights of such official, employee or invitee to enter, use the facilities of or leave any such public building)

AMO

SUM

500

10-3-40(b)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Trespass and interference in public buildings – no person shall, at or in any such public building, willfully impede any public official or employee in the lawful performance of duties or activities through the use of restraint, abduction, coercion or intimidation or by force and violence or threat thereof)

AMO

SUM

500

10-3-40(c)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Trespass and interference in public buildings – no person shall willfully refuse or fail to leave any such public building upon being requested to do so by the Chief Administrative officer or his or her designee charged with maintaining order in such public building, if the person has committed, is committing, threatens to commit or incites others to commit any act which did or would, if completed, disrupt, impair, interfere with or obstruct the lawful missions, processes, procedures or functions being carried on in the public building)

AMO

SUM

500

10-3-40(d)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Trespass and interference in public buildings – no person shall, at any meeting or session conducted by any judicial, legislative or administrative body or official at or in any public building willfully impede, disrupt or hinder the normal proceedings of such meeting or session by any act of intrusion into the chamber or other areas designated for the use of the body or official conducting the meeting or session or by any act designed to intimidate, coerce or hinder any member of such body or official engaged in the performance of duties at such meeting or session)

AMO

SUM

500

10-3-40(e)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Trespass and interference in public buildings – no person shall, by any act of intrusion into the chamber or other areas designated for the use of any executive body or official at or in any public building, willfully impede, disrupt or hinder the normal proceedings of such body or official)

AMO

SUM

500

10-3-50(a)(1)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Harassment - strikes, shoves, kicks or touches a person or subjects him or her to physical contact)

BMO

SUM

500

10-3-50(a)(2)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Harassment - in a public place directs obscene language, or makes an obscene gesture to or at another person)

BMO

110

200

10-3-50(a)(3)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Harassment - follow a person in or about a public place)

BMO

SUM

200

10-3-50(a)(4)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Harassment - initiates communication with another)

BMO

110

200

10-3-50(a)(5)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Harassment - makes a telephone call or causes a telephone to ring repeatedly)

BMO

110

200

10-3-50(a)(6)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Harassment - makes repeated communications at inconvenient hours)

BMO

110

200

10-3-50(a)(7)

 Public Peace, Order and Safety (Harassment - repeatedly insults, taunts, challenges or makes communication in offensively coarse language to another in a manner likely to provoke a violent or disorderly response)

BMO

 110

 200

10-3-60(a)(1)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Disorderly conduct - makes a coarse and obviously offensive utterance, gesture or display in a public place and the utterance, gesture or display tends to incite an immediate breach of the peace)

CMO

110

200

10-3-60(a)(2)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Disorderly conduct - makes unreasonable noise in a public place or near a private residence that he or she has no right to occupy)

CMO

110

200

10-3-60(a)(3)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Disorderly conduct - fights with another in a public place except in an amateur or professional contest of athletic skills)

AMO

SUM

500

10-3-60(a)(4)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Disorderly conduct - not being a peace officer discharges, swings or throws a deadly weapon within the city)

AMO

SUM

500

10-3-60(a)(5)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Disorderly conduct - not being a peace officer, displays a deadly weapon, displays any article used or fashioned in a manner to cause a person to reasonably believe that the article is a deadly weapon, or represents verbally or otherwise that he or she is armed with a deadly weapon in a public place in a manner calculated to alarm)

AMO

SUM

500

 
10-3-60(a)(6)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Urinating in public)


BMO
 
SUM

500

10-3-70(a)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Assault and battery)

AMO

SUM

1000

10-3-80(b)(1)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Loitering - loiters for the purpose of begging)

CMO

30

50

10-3-80(b)(2)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Loitering - loiters for the purpose of unlawful gambling with cards, dice or other gambling paraphernalia)

CMO

30

50

10-3-80(b)(3)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Loitering - loiters for the purpose of engaging or soliciting another person to engage in prostitution or deviate sexual intercourse)

CMO

SUM

200

10-3-80(b)(4)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Loitering - with the intent to interfere with or disrupt the school program or with the intent to interfere with or endanger school children, loiters  in or upon a school building or on school rounds or within 100 foot of school grounds when persons under the age of eighteen (18) are present in the building or on the grounds)

CMO

SUM

200

10-3-80-(b)(5)

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Loitering - loiters with one or more persons for the purpose of unlawfully using or possessing a controlled substance)

CMO

60

100

10-3-90

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Restrictions on use of tents, campers and trailers)

CMO

30

50

10-3-100

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Hindering transportation)

CMO

60

100

10-3-110

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Throwing stones or missiles)

BMO

60

100

10-3-120

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Unlawful conduct on public property)

AMO

SUM

100

10-3-130

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Unlawful assembly) - First Offense

AMO

100

100

10-3-130

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Unlawful assembly) - Second Offense

AMO

SUM

100

10-3-140

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Damage or removal of street signs)

AMO

SUM

250

10-3-150

Public Peace, Order and Safety (False alarms)

AMO

SUM

250

10-3-160

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Storage of flammable liquids) - First Offense

AMO

250

250

10-3-160

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Storage of flammable liquids) - Second Offense

AMO

SUM

250

10-3-170

Public Peace, Order and Safety (Explosives)

AMO

SUM

500

10-4-10

Public, Private and Personal Property (Theft – less than $100)

BMO

SUM

300

10-4-10             

Public, Private and Personal Property (Theft – more than $100, less than $500)

AMO

SUM

300

10-4-20

Public, Private and Personal Property (Theft of rental property – less than $100)

BMO

SUM

300

10-4-20

Public, Private and Personal Property (Theft of rental property – more than $100 less than $500)

AMO

SUM

300

10-4-30

Public, Private and Personal Property (Theft by receiving)

AMO

SUM

300

10-4-40

Public, Private and Personal Property (Concealment of goods)

AMO

SUM

300

10-4-50

Public, Private and Personal Property (Fraud by check – less than $100)

BMO

SUM

300

10-4-50

Public, Private and Personal Property (Fraud by check – more than $100 less than $500)

AMO

SUM

300

10-4-60

Public, Private and Personal Property (Damaging or destroying public property)

AMO

SUM

500

10-4-70

Public, Private and Personal Property (Damaging or destroying private property)

AMO

SUM

500

10-4-80

Public, Private and Personal Property (Criminal mischief – less than $100)

BMO

SUM

300

10-4-80

Public, Private and Personal Property (Criminal mischief - $100 to $500)

AMO

SUM

300

10-4-90(a)(1)

Public, Private and Personal Property (Trespass - entering or remaining upon closed premises)

AMO

SUM

150


10-4-90(a)(2)

Public, Private and Personal Property (Trespass - enters or remains upon premises of hotel, bar, restaurant)

AMO

SUM

150


 
10-4-90(a)(3)

Public, Private and Personal Property (Trespass - enters or remains in motor vehicle)

AMO

SUM

150


 
10-4-90(b)

Public, Private and Personal Property (Trespass - entering or remaining upon premises in defiance of an order)

AMO


SUM

150


10-4-100

Public, Private and Personal Property (Littering of public and private place)

CMO

30

50

10-4-110

Public, Private and Personal Property (Posting of handbills and circulars)

CMO

30

50

10-4-120

Public, Private and Personal Property (Abandoned containers and appliances)

AMO

60

100

10-4-130

Public, Private and Personal Property (Accumulation of tires) - First Offense

AMO

100

100

10-4-130

Public, Private and Personal Property (Accumulation of tires) - Second Offense

AMO

SUM

100

10-4-140

Public, Private and Personal Property (Tampering and unauthorized connection)

AMO

SUM

100

10-5-10

Decency and Morals (Prostitution prohibited)

AMO

SUM

300

10-5-20

Decency and Morals (Soliciting for prostitution)

AMO

SUM

300

10-5-30

Decency and Morals (Pandering)

BMO

SUM

300

10-5-40

Decency and Morals (Keeping a place of prostitution)

AMO

SUM

300

10-5-50

Decency and Morals (Patronizing a prostitution)

BMO

SUM

300

10-5-60

Decency and Morals (Prostitution making a display)

BMO

SUM

200

10-5-70

Decency and Morals (Public indecency)

AMO

SUM

200

10-5-80

Decency and Morals (Indecent exposure)

AMO

SUM

500

10-5-100

Decency and Morals (Sale of sexually explicit materials harmful to children prohibited)

AMO

SUM

300

10-6-30

Gambling (Gambling and professional gambling)

BMO

SUM

300

10-6-40

Gambling (Gambling devices – records and  proceeds)

BMO

SUM

300

10-6-50

Gambling (Possession of a gambling device or record)

BMO

SUM

300

10-6-60

Gambling (Gambling Information)

BMO

SUM

300

10-6-70

Gambling (Premise)

BMO

SUM

300

10-7-10

Minors (Curfew) - First Offense

CMO

30

50

10-7-10

Minors (Curfew) - Second Offense

CMO

60

75

10-7-10

Minors (Curfew) - Third Offense

CMO

SUM

100

10-7-20

Minors (Responsibility of parents or guardians)

AMO

60

100

10-7-30

Minors (Aiding and abetting a minor)

AMO

SUM

300

10-7-40

Minors (Encouraging delinquency)

AMO

SUM

300

10-7-50

Minors (False statements; False credentials)

AMO

SUM

100

10-7-60

Minors (Service of others)

AMO

SUM

100

10-7-70

Minors (Loitering and other acts around schools)

AMO

SUM

50

10-8-30(a)(1)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Establishment restrictions - Allowing the consumption, sale, serving or distribution during hours prohibited by law)

AMO

SUM

500

10-8-30(a)(2)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Establishment restrictions - Selling, serving, giving away of alcohol to persons under twenty-one (21) years of age)

AMO

SUM

500

10-8-40

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Warning display required)

CMO

110

150

10-8-50

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Minors on premises prohibited)

AMO

SUM

300

10-8-70(a)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Distribution to minors and others prohibited)

AMO

SUM

500

10-8-80

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Open container)

BMO

110

150

10-8-90(a)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Purchase or possession of alcoholic or fermented malt beverage by minor - any person under twenty-one (21) years of age who possesses or consumes ethyl alcohol anywhere in the City commits illegal possession or consumption of ethyl alcohol by an underage person.  Illegal possession or consumption of ethyl alcohol by an underage person is a strict liability offense)

AMO

SUM

300

10-8-90(b)

 Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Purchase or possession of alcoholic or fermented malt beverage by minor - it is unlawful for any person to knowingly obtain, or attempt to obtain, ethyl alcohol by any method in any place where ethyl alcohol is sold when such person is under the age of twenty-one (21) years)

AMO

 SUM

 300

10-8-90(n)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Purchase or possession of alcoholic or fermented malt beverages by minors  - it is unlawful for any person to knowingly use any false, fraudulent or altered identification card or make other misrepresentations of age, in order to purchase any ethyl alcohol)

AMO

SUM

500

10-8-100(a)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Alcohol related violation – it is unlawful for any person under the age of twenty-one (21) years to represent himself or herself to be over the age of twenty-one (21) years for the purpose of purchasing within the City any fermented malt beverage or malt, vinous or spirituous liquors)

AMO

SUM

300

10-8-100(b)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Alcohol related violation – it is unlawful for any person under the age of twenty-one (21) years to attempt to purchase, purchase or obtain, either directly or through an intermediary, any fermented malt beverage or malt, vinous or spirituous liquors by misrepresentation or any other means)

AMO

SUM

300

10-8-100(c)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Alcohol related violations – it is unlawful for any person under the age of twenty-one (21) years to possess or consume, whether actual or constructive, fermented malt beverage or malt, vinous or spirituous liquors)

AMO

SUM

300

10-8-100(d)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Alcohol related violations – it is unlawful to sell fermented malt beverage or malt, vinous or spirituous liquors to any person under the age of twenty-one (21) years, or to permit any fermented malt beverage, malt or vinous liquors to be sold or dispensed by a person under eighteen (18) years of age, or spirituous liquors to be sold or dispensed by a person under twenty-one (21) years of age, or to permit any such person to participate in the sale or dispensing thereof)

AMO

SUM

1000

10-8-100(e)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Alcohol related violations – it is unlawful for any person whether for remuneration or not, to procure for any person under twenty-one (21) years of age any fermented malt beverage or malt, vinous or spirituous liquors)

AMO

SUM

1000

10-8-100(f)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Alcohol related violations – it is unlawful in any place of business where alcoholic beverages are sold and consumed upon the premises, for any person to beg or to solicit any patron or customer of or visitor in such premises to purchase any alcoholic beverage for the one begging or soliciting)

AMO

SUM

300

10-8-110

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Sales near schools -  it is unlawful for any person to sell, offer or expose for sale or gift any fermented malt beverages or any vinous, spirituous or malt liquors within a distance of five hundred (500) feet from any private, public or parochial school)

AMO

SUM

1000

10-8-120(a)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Possession of drug paraphernalia)

BMO

SUM

300

10-8-130(a)(1)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Possession of marijuana prohibited - any person who knowingly possesses  more than one (1) ounce of marijuana)

AMO

110

300

10-8-130(a)(2)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Possession of marijuana prohibited - possession of excessive numbers of plants)

AMO

SUM

300

10-8-130(a)(3) Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Underage possession of marijuana prohibited) AMO SUM  300
10-8-130(a)(4) Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Possession of marijuana products or accessories by person under 21) AMO SUM   300
10-8-130(a)(5)  Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Providing products or accessories to person under 21)  AMO  SUM  300 
10-8-130(a)(6)  Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Public consumption of marijuana)  AMO  SUM  300 

10-8-140(a)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Abusing toxic vapors – no person shall knowingly smell or inhale the fumes of toxic vapors for the purpose of causing a condition of euphoria, excitement, exhilaration, stupefaction or dulled senses of the nervous system)

AMO

SUM

300

10-8-140(b)

Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs (Abusing toxic vapors – it is unlawful for any person knowingly to sell, offer for sale, deliver or give away to any other person any substance or product releasing toxic vapors, where the seller, offer or deliverer knows or has reason to believe that such substance will be used for the purpose of inducing a condition of euphoria, excitement, exhilaration, stupefaction or dulled senses of the nervous system)

AMO

SUM

500

10-9-20(a)(1)

Weapons (Carrying a concealed weapon - knife)

AMO

SUM

500

 
10-9-20(a)(2)

Weapons (carrying a concealed weapon - gun)

AMO

SUM

500

10-9-40(a)(1)

Weapons (Prohibited use of weapons - knowingly and unlawfully displays or aims a deadly weapon at another person, another person’s property, or a domestic animal in a manner calculated to alarm)

AMO

SUM

500

10-9-40(a)(2)

Weapons Weapons (Prohibited use of weapons - recklessly or with criminal negligence fires, discharges, swings or throws any bow and arrow or other deadly weapon not specifically addressed in Subsection (a) anywhere within the City)

AMO

SUM

500

10-9-40(a)(3)

Weapons (Prohibited use of weapons) – recklessly or with criminal negligence discharges any air gun, gas gun, B.B. gun, pellet gun or slingshot within the City)

AMO

SUM

100

10-9-40(a)(4)

Weapons (Prohibited use of weapons - sets off or explodes any firecracker, torpedo ball, rocket or other fireworks)

BMO

30

100

10-9-40(a)(5)

Weapons (Prohibited use of weapons - explodes or sets off any combustible explosive material)

AMO

SUM

100

10-9-40(a)(6)

Weapons (Prohibited use of weapons - knowingly sets a loaded gun, trap or device designed to cause explosion upon being tripped or approached)

AMO

SUM

1000

10-9-40(a)(7)

Weapons (Prohibited use of weapons - has in his or her possession a firearm while he or she is under the influence of intoxicating liquor or of a controlled substance)

AMO

SUM

200

10-9-40(a)(8)

Weapons (Prohibited use of weapons - knowingly possesses a throwing star or nunchaku in a public place except for the purpose of presenting an authorized public demonstration or exhibition or pursuant to instruction in conjunction with an organized school or class)

AMO

SUM

200

10-9-50

Weapons (Selling of weapons to intoxicated persons prohibited)

AMO

SUM

200

10-10-50

Open Burning Fires and Fireworks

BMO

SUM

200

10-11-30

Noise (General noise disturbance – no person shall make or create any noise disturbances, including but no limited to the enumerated noise disturbances outlined in sections 10-11-40 through 10-11-90 listed below)

BMO

30

100

10-11-40

Noise (Construction noise – no person shall create or permit the creation of any construction noise between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. in or within two hundred (200) feet of a residential zoned area)

BMO

30

100

10-11-50

Noise (Commercial and industrial power equipment)

BMO

30

100

10-11-60

Noise (Domestic power equipment – no person shall operate any domestic power equipment between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. in, or within two hundred (200) feet of, a residential zoned area)

BMO

30

100

10-11-70

Noise (Trash compacting and collection – no person shall operate any trash compacting mechanism or any motor vehicle or on any premises, nor shall any person engage in the collection of trash, rubbish, garbage or refuse between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. in, or within two hundred (200) feet or a residential zoned area or within two hundred (200) feet of a hotel, motel or bed and breakfast establishment)

BMO

30

100

10-11-80(a)

Noise (Amplified sound devices – no person shall operate an outdoor amplified sound device in a commercial or industrial area at any time within two hundred (200) feet of any private property boundary)

BMO

30

100

10-11-80(b)

Noise (Amplified sound devices – no person shall operate an amplified sound device in a residential zone which produced an audible sound more than three hundred (300) feet beyond the private property boundary containing the amplified sound device, nor shall any such operation produce an audible sound more than one hundred (100) feet beyond such property between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m.)

BMO

30

100

10-11-90(a)

Noise (Motor vehicle noise - muffler required)

BMO

30

100

10-11-90(b)

Noise (Motor vehicle noise - engine braking devices)

BMO

30

100

10-11-90(c)

Noise (Motor vehicle noise  - excessive idling)

BMO

30

100

10-11-90(d)

Noise (Motor vehicle noise - horns)

BMO

30

100

10-11-90(e)

Noise (Motor vehicle noise - motor vehicles amplified noise)

BMO

30

100

10-11-120

Noise (Animals)

BMO

30

100

10-11-130

Noise (Sirens, whistles, gongs and red lights)

BMO

30

100

10-12-60(b)

Smoking Ban (Unlawful acts – it is unlawful for a person to smoke in an area where smoking is prohibited)

 

50

50

CHAPTER 11

STREETS, SIDEWALKS AND PUBLIC PROPERTY

 

 

 

11-1-10

Sidewalks (Sidewalks declared nuisance – a sidewalk having an offset, being either a raise or a depression in excess of three-quarters (3/4) inch, or being in disrepair, cracked or defective, is hereby declared a nuisance)

BMO

60

100

11-1-20

Sidewalks (Failure to repair defective sidewalks or remove obstructions – any owner or occupant of any lot, block or parcel of ground who shall fail to repair, remove or correct the defective sidewalks along such property within twenty (20) days after services of notice upon him or her)

BMO

60

100

 
11-1-40(a)(1)

Sidewalks (Snow and ice removal from sidewalk) - First Offense

BMO

25

100

 
11-1-40(a)(2)

Sidewalks (Snow and ice removal from sidewalk) - Second Offense
 
BMO

50

100

 
11-1-40(a)(3)

Sidewalks (Snow and ice removal from sidewalk) - Third Offense

BMO

SUM

100

 
11-1-40(b)(1)

Sidewalks (Snow and ice removal - moving snow in a manner which impairs vehicle or pedestrian traffic) - First Offense


BMO

50

100

11-1-40(b)(2) 

Sidewalks (Snow and ice removal - moving snow in a manner which impairs vehicle or pedestrian traffic) - Second Offense


BMO 

100

100
 
11-1-40(b)(3)

Sidewalks (Snow and ice removal - moving snow in a manner which impairs vehicle or pedestrian traffic) - Third Offense


BMO

SUM

100

11-1-50

Sidewalks (Construction permit for sidewalks and streets – it shall be unlawful for any person to begin to construct, reconstruct, repair, alter or grade any sidewalk, curb, curb cut, driveway or street in the City, without first obtaining a permit from the City)

BMO

110

150

11-1-60

Sidewalks (Standards and Specifications – the work shall be completed according to the standards and specifications of the City for public work of like character)

BMO

SUM

100

11-1-70

Sidewalks (Permit for distributing public grounds – it shall be unlawful for any person to move, disturb or take any earth, stone or other material from any public street, alley, park or other public ground, or to cut or disturb any curb or sidewalk, without first having obtained a permit from the City)

BMO

SUM

200

11-1-80

Sidewalks (Destroying property prohibited – no person shall willfully, maliciously, wantonly, negligently or otherwise injure, deface, destroy or remove real property or improvements thereto or movable or personal property belonging to the City or to any person in the City.  In addition, no person shall tamper with, injure, deface, destroy or remove any sign, notice, marker, fire alarm box, fire plug, topographical survey monument or any other personal property erected or placed by the City)

AMO

SUM

300

11-1-90

Sidewalks (Interfering prohibited – it shall be unlawful for any person who, by menace, profane language, language or conduct, threatens, quarrels with, disturbs, interrupts or interferes with any officer or employee of the City in the discharge of his or her work or duties)

AMO

SUM

300

11-4-40

Excavations (Permit required for legal use and excavation of public right-of-way)

AMO

SUM

250

11-4-220

Excavations (Removal of Barricades and other protective devices unlawful)

AMO

SUM

250

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC PARKS AND RECREATION AREAS

 

 

 

11-6-20(a)(1)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Sanitation - failing to dispose of all garbage, including paper, cans, bottles, waste materials and rubbish, by removal from the site or area, or by disposal at places provided by the City for rubbish removal) - First Offense

NPI

50

100

11-6-20(a)(1)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Sanitation - dispose of trash properly) - Second Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-20(a)(1)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Sanitation - dispose of trash properly) - Third Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-20(a)(2)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Sanitation - draining or dumping refuse or waste from any trailer or other vehicle except in places or receptacles provided for such uses)

NPI

60

100

11-6-20(a)(3)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Sanitation - cleaning food, or washing clothes or articles of household use or eviscerating fish or game at any water faucets, rest rooms, or water hydrants, or in any creeks, streams or rivers)

NPI

60

100

11-6-20(a)(4)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Sanitation - polluting or contaminating water supplies or water used for human consumption, or any creeks, streams, or rivers)

AMO

60

100

 
11-6-20(a)(5)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Sanitation - depositing, except into receptacles provided for that purpose, any body waste in or on any portion of any restroom facility or any other public structure or depositing any bottles, cans, cloths, rags, metal, wood, stones, or other damaging substance in any of the fixtures in such stations or structures)


NPI 

60

100

11-6-20(a)(6)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Sanitation - using refuse containers or other refuse facilities for dumping household or commercial garbage or trash brought as such from private property)

NPI

60

100

11-6-30(a)(2)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources - inciting or participating in riots, or indulging in boisterous/abusive, threatening or indecent conduct)

AMO

60

100

11-6-30(a)(3)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources - destroying, defacing or removing any natural feature or plant)

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-30(a)(3)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources  - no digging, staking or marking of turf (except tent stakes at Rifle Mountain Park) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-30(a)(3)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources  - no digging, staking or marking of turf,  except tent stakes at Rifle Mountain Park) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-30(a)(3)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources  - no digging, staking or marking of turf, except tent stakes at Rifle Mountain Park) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-30(a)(3)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources  - no digging, staking or marking of turf, except tent stakes at Rifle Mountain Park) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-30(a)(4)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources - destroying, injuring, defacing, removing or disturbing in any manner any public building, sign, equipment, marker, or other structure or property)

NPI

SUM

300

11-6-30(a)(4)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources  - do not move safety barriers or flags) - First Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-30(a)(4)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources  - do not move safety barriers or flags) - Second Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-30(a)(4)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources - do not move or modify soccer goals) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-30(a)(4)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources - do not move or modify soccer goals) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-30(a)(4)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources - do not move or modify soccer goals) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-30(a)(4)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources - do not move or modify soccer goals) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-30(a)(5)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources - selling or offering for sale any merchandise without the prior consent of City Manager)

NPI

110

150

11-6-30(a)(6)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources - distributing any handbills or circulars or posting, placing or erecting any bills, notices, paper or advertising devices or matter of any kind without the prior written permission of the City Manager)

NPI

60

100

11-6-30(a)(7)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources - discharging firearms, firecrackers, or any other fireworks, firing paintball guns, CO2 cartridges or air-pressure fired weapons, such as BB guns or pellet guns, bow and arrow, crossbows, blowguns, slingshots or any other device which propels a projectile of any kind)

AMO

110

100

11-6-30(a)(7)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources  - no hunting, shooting, fireworks, etc.) - First Offense

NPI

250

250

11-6-30(a)(7)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources - no hunting, shooting, fireworks, etc.) - Second Offense

NPI

SUM

500

11-6-30(a)(8)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources - operating or using any audio devices, including radios, televisions or musical instruments, or any other noise-producing devices such as an electrical generating plant, in such a manner and at such times as to disturb other persons using the recreation area or park)

NPI

60

100

11-6-30(a)(8)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources - no loud music) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-30(a)(8)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources  - no loud music) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-30(a)(8)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources  - no loud music) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-30(a)(8)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources  - no loud music) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-30(a)(9)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources  - operating and using public address systems, whether fixed or portable, except with the prior written permission of the City Manager)

NPI

110

150

11-6-30(a)(10)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Public behavior and preservation of public property and resources - installing aerial/special radio, telephone, T.V. equipment unless previously approved by the City Management in writing)

NPI

110

150

11-6-40(a)(1)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - occupying a recreation site for other than primarily recreational purposes)

NPI

60

100

11-6-40(a)(2)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - entering or using a site or portion of a site closed to public use, as established by notices which shall be posted in such locations as will reasonably bring them to the attention of the public)

NPI

60

100

11-6-40(a)(3)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - occupying a site with camping equipment which is prohibited by the City Manager.  Notices establishing limitations on the kind or type of camping equipment, as well as the amount of equipment and number of vehicles allowed, shall be posed in such locations as will reasonably bring them to the attention of the public)

NPI

60

100

11-6-40(a)(4)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - building a fire outside of stoves, grills, fireplaces or fire rings provided for such purposes, leaving unattended any fire, failing to extinguish a fire when leaving the park, or allowing burning wood or other fuel sources to extend beyond the confines of fire rings)

AMO

SUM

300

11-6-40(a)(4)A

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - fires in fire rings only) - First Offense

AMO

100

100

11-6-40(a)(4)B

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - fires in fire rings only) - Second Offense

AMO

SUM

250

11-6-40(a)(4)C

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - no wood cutting) - First Offense

AMO

100

100

11-6-40(a)(4)D

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - no wood cutting) - Second Offense

AMO

SUM

250

11-6-40(a)(5)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - camping overnight in places restricted to day use only)

NPI

60

100

11-6-40(a)(5)A

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - no camping except in designated areas in rifle mountain park) - First Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-40(a)(5)B

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas  - no camping except in designated areas in rifle mountain park) - Second Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-40(a)(6)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - failing to remove camping equipment or to clean rubbish and trash before departure)

NPI

60

100

11-6-40(a)(7)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - pitching tents or parking trailers or other camping equipment except in places specifically provided for such purposes)

NPI

60

100

11-6-40(a)(8)A

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - camping overnight within a campground for a longer period than fourteen (14) days in any thirty (30) day period, Rifle Mountain Park) - First Offense

NPI

60

100

11-6-40(a)(8)B

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - camping limit fourteen (14) days,  Rifle Mountain Park) - Second Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-40(a)(9)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - leaving a camping unit unoccupied during the first night after camping equipment has been setup, or leaving unattended camping equipment for more than 24 hours, without written permission of the City Manager, Rifle Mountain Park)

NPI

60

100

11-6-40(a)(10)A

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - failing to maintain quiet in campgrounds between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. of the following day, Rifle Mountain Park) - First Offense

NPI

60

100

11-6-40-(a)(10)B

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - picnic areas close at 10 p.m., Rifle Mountain Park) - Second Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-40-(a)(10)C

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - picnic areas close at 10 p.m., Rifle Mountain Park) - Third Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-40(a)(11)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - entering or remaining in campgrounds during darkness except for those persons who occupy the campground for camping purposes or other person visiting those campers, Rifle Mountain Park)

NPI

60

100

11-6-40(a)(12)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - bringing a dog or cat or other animal into the recreation area, recreation site or park unless it is crated, caged, or upon a leash not longer than six (6) feet or otherwise under physical restrictive control at all times, Trail Rules)

NPI

60

100

11-6-40-(a)(12)A

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - dogs must be on a maximum of 6’ leash, Trail Rules) - First Offense

NPI

25

50

11-6-40(a)(12)B

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - dogs must be on a maximum of 6’ leash, Trail Rules) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-40-(a)(12)C

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - dogs must be on a maximum of 6’ leash, Trail Rules) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-40-(a)(12)D

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - dogs must be on a maximum of 6’ leash, Trail Rules) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-40-(a)(12)E

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - pick up after your dog, Trail Rules) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-40-(a)(12)F

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - pick up after your dog, Trail Rules) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-40-(a)(12)G

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - pick up after your dog, Trail Rules) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-40-(a)(12)H

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - pick up after your dog, Trail Rules) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-40(a)(13)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - bringing  a dog into any recreation area, recreation site or park located within the City limits, except into an area specifically set apart and designated by signs for dog runs)

NPI

60

100

11-6-40(a)(14)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Occupancy of recreation areas - failing to display, at all times during the occupancy of a campsite, a receipt of payment of camping fees.  Camping fee receipts must be attached to the post provided at each campsite, for verification, by the park ranger, Rifle Mountain Park)

NPI

60

100

11-6-50(1)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Regulations of vehicles - driving a motor vehicles in excess of twenty (20) miles per hour within any developed recreation area, recreation site or park, Rifle Mountain Park)

NPI

25

100

11-6-50(2)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Regulations of vehicles - driving or parking any vehicle or trailer except in placed developed for that purpose within any developed recreation area, recreation site or park, Rifle Mountain Park.)

NPI

25

100

11-6-50(2)A

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Regulation of vehicles - no motorized vehicles maintenance and emergency vehicles exempt, Trail Rules, Rifle Mountain Park) - First Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-50(2)B

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Regulation of vehicles - no motorized vehicles maintenance and emergency vehicles exempt, Trail Rules, Rifle Mountain Park) - Second Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-50(2)C

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Regulations of vehicles - parking in designated areas only, Rifle Mountain Park) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-50(2)D

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Regulations of vehicles - parking in designated areas only, Rifle Mountain Park) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-50(2)E

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Regulations of vehicles - parking in designated areas only, Rifle Mountain Park) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-50(2)F

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Regulations of vehicles - parking in designated areas only, Rifle Mountain Park) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-50(3)A

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Regulations of vehicles - driving bicycles, motor bikes, motorcycles or other off-road vehicles off of established roadways or onto trails, unless such trials have been specifically marked for off road vehicle use within any developed recreation area, recreation site or park)

NPI

25

100

11-6-50(3)B

Regulations of Vehicles (ATV’s may not be operated within park boundaries, Rifle Mountain Park) - First Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-50(3)C

Regulations of Vehicles (ATV’s may not be operated within park boundaries, Rifle Mountain Park) - Second Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-50(4)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Regulations of vehicles - operating any motor vehicle or snowmobile in such a manner as will annoy or disturb other users of the park or recreation area, recreation site or park)

NPI

25

100

11-6-50(5)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Regulations of vehicles - operating any motor vehicle or snowmobile in any park or recreation area when the same has been closed to traffic.  The City Manager or the Chief of Police shall have the authority to close any park or recreation area for health or safety reasons at any time, and such closing shall become effective when signs giving notice thereof are erected at prominent locations within the park)

NPI

25

100

11-6-50(6)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas(Regulations of vehicles - failing to affix a current daily or annual user pass to any motor vehicle entering Rifle Mountain Park, in the lower right-hand corner of the windshield of the vehicle, in such a position that the pass may be easily observed and identified.  Passes that are not dated or have been altered are not valid and will be considered a violation as if no permit were displayed)

NPI

25

100

11-6-60(1)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no glass) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(2)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no glass) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(3)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no glass) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(4)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no glass) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-60(5)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no alcohol) - First Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(6)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no alcohol) - Second Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-60(7)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no dogs, except for trails, rifle mountain park or dog park) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(8)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no dogs, except for trails, rifle mountain park or dog park) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(9)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no dogs, except for trails, rifle mountain park or dog park) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(10)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no dogs, except for trails, rifle mountain park or dog park) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-60(11)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no skateboards, skates or similar devices, except at Action Park) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(12)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no skateboards, skates or similar devices, except at Action Park) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(13)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no skateboards, skates or similar devices, except at Action Park) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(14)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no skateboards, skates or similar devices,  except at Action Park) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(15)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no practice hitting into baseball/softball fences) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(16)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no practice hitting into baseball/softball fences) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(17)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no practice hitting into baseball/softball fences) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(18)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no practice hitting into baseball/softball fences) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(19)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations, skate park - helmets required) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(20)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations, skate park - helmets required) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(21)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations, skate park - helmets required) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(22)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations, skate park - helmets required) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(23)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no outside features allowed on premises, skate park) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(24)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no outside features allowed on premises, skate park) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(25)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no outside features allowed on premises, skate park) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(26)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no outside features allowed on premises, skate park) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-60(27)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no profanity, skate park) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(28)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no profanity, skate park) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(29)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no profanity, skate park) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(30)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no profanity, skate park) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(31)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - field use for baseball games only, Cooper Baseball Field) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(32)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - field use for baseball games only, Cooper Baseball Field) -Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(33)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - field use for baseball games only, Cooper Baseball Field) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(34)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - field use for baseball games only, Cooper Baseball Field) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(35)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no running allowed on deck, swimming pool) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(36)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no running allowed on deck, swimming Pool) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(37)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no running allowed on deck, swimming pool) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(38)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no running allowed on deck, swimming pool) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(39)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - shower before entering pool, swimming pool) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(40)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - shower before entering pool,  swimming pool) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(41)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - shower before entering pool, swimming pool) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(42)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - shower before entering pool, swimming pool) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(43)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - food must be kept behind white fences, swimming pool) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(44)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - food must be kept behind white fences, swimming pool) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(45)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - food must be kept behind white fences, swimming pool) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(46)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - food must be kept behind white fences, swimming pool) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(47)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no smoking, swimming pool) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(48)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations  - no smoking, swimming pool) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(49)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no smoking, swimming pool) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(50)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no smoking, swimming pool) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(51)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - children must be supervised in baby pool area, swimming pool) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(52)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - children must be supervised in baby pool area, swimming pool) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(53)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - children must be supervised in baby pool area, swimming pool) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(54)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - children must be supervised in baby pool area, swimming pool) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(55)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - you must be 16 years of age to use hot tub, swimming pool) - First Offense

 NPI

25

 

25

11-6-60(56)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - you must be 16 years of age to use hot tub, swimming pool) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(57)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - you must be 16 years of age to use hot tub, swimming pool) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(58)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations – you must be 16 years of age to use hot tub, swimming pool) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(59)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - only one person allowed on diving board at a time, swimming pool) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(60)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - only one person allowed on diving board at a time, swimming pool) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(61)

 

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - only one person allowed on diving board at a time, swimming pool) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(62)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - only one person allowed on diving board at a time, swimming pool) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(63)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - only one bounce allowed on diving board, swimming pool) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(64)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - only one bounce allowed on diving board, swimming pool) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(65)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - only one bounce allowed on diving board, swimming pool) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(66)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - only one bounce allowed on diving board, swimming pool) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(67)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - lifejackets or goggles are not allowed in deep end of pool, swimming pool) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(68)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - lifejackets or goggles are not allowed in deep end of pool, swimming pool) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(69)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - lifejackets or goggles are not allowed in deep end of pool, swimming pool) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(70)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - lifejackets or goggles are not allowed in deep end of pool, swimming pool) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(71)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - hanging from diving boards is not allowed, swimming pool) - First Offense

NPI

 

25

25

11-6-60(72)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - hanging from diving boards is not allowed, swimming pool) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(73)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - hanging from diving boards is not allowed, swimming pool) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(74)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - hanging from diving boards is not allowed, swimming pool) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(75)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - must be 42 inches tall to use waterslide, swimming pool) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(76)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - must be 42 inches tall to use waterslide, swimming pool) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(77)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - must be 42 inches tall to use waterslide, swimming pool) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(78)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - must be 42 inches tall to use waterslide, swimming pool) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(79)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - a slide pass must be purchased before use of waterslide, swimming pool) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(80)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations – a slide pass must be purchased before use of waterslide, swimming pool) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(81)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - a slide pass must be purchased before use of waterslide, swimming pool) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(82)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations – a slide pass must be purchased before use of waterslide, swimming pool) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-60(83)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - goggles or flotation devices are not allowed on waterslide, swimming pool) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(84)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - goggles or flotation devices are not allowed on waterslide, swimming pool) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(85)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - goggles or flotation devices are not allowed on waterslide, swimming pool) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(86)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - goggles or flotation devices are not allowed on waterslide, swimmingpPool) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(87)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - only one person allowed on waterslide at a time, swimming pool) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(88)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - only one person allowed on waterslide at a time, swimming pool) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(89)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - only one person allowed on waterslide at a time, swimming pool) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(90)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - only one person allowed on waterslide at a time, swimming pool) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(91)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no horses allowed) - First Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(92)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no horses allowed) - Second Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(93)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no horses allowed) - Third Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-60(94)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no trespassing onto private property, trail visitors must remain on trail) - First Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(95)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no trespassing onto private property, trail visitors must remain on trail) - Second Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(96)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - no trespassing onto private property, trail visitors must remain on trail) - Third Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-60(97)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - do not harass wildlife) - First Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(98)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - do not harass wildlife) - Second Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-60(99)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - do not throw, kick, dislodge or otherwise cause material to fall onto or from the trail) - First Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(100)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - do not throw, kick, dislodge or otherwise cause material to fall onto or from the trail) - Second Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(101)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations - do not throw, kick, dislodge or otherwise cause material to fall onto or from the trail) - Third Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-60(102)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations –Centennial Park, No running in water play area) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(102)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations – Centennial Park, No running in water play area) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(102)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations – Centennial Park, No running in water play area) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(102)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations – Centennial Park, No running in water play area) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(103)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations – Centennial Park, No climbing on metal structures) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(103)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations – Centennial Park, No climbing on metal structures) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(103)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations – Centennial Park, No climbing on metal structures) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(103)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations – Centennial Park, No climbing on metal structures) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-60(104)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations – Centennial Park, Bicycles, skateboards, skates and similar devices are not allowed to be ridden in the Central Plaza) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-60(104)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations – Centennial Park, Bicycles, skateboards, skates and similar devices are not allowed to be ridden in the Central Plaza) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-60(104)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations – Centennial Park, Bicycles, skateboards, skates and similar devices are not allowed to be ridden in the Central Plaza) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-60(104)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Promulgation of rules and regulations – Centennial Park, Bicycles, skateboards, skates and similar devices are not allowed to be ridden in the Central Plaza) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

100

11-6-80(a)1

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Parks and recreation site hours and special event users - no overnight parking) - First Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-80(a)2

Public Parks and Recreation Areas  (Parks and recreation site hours and ppecial Event Users  - no overnight parking) - Second Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-80(a)3

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Parks and recreation site hours and special event users - no overnight parking) - Third Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-80(a)4

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Parks and recreation site hours and special event users - parks are only to be used during posted hours) - First Offense

NPI

25

25

11-6-80(a)5

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Parks and recreation site hours and special event users - parks are only to be used during posted hours) - Second Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-80(a)6

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Parks and recreation site hours and special event users - parks are only to be used during posted hours) - Third Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-80(a)7

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Parks and recreation site hours and special event users - parks are only to be used during posted hours) - Fourth Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-80(a)8

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Parks and recreation site hours and special event users - no parking of “for sale” vehicles, trailers, etc.) - First Offense

NPI

50

50

11-6-80(a)9

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Parks and recreation site hours and special event users - no parking of “for sale” vehicles, trailers, etc.) - Second Offense

NPI

100

100

11-6-80(a)10

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Parks and recreation site hours and special event users - no parking of “for sale” vehicles, trailers, etc.) - Third Offense

NPI

SUM

250

11-6-80(b)

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Park and recreation site house and special event users – park and recreation site hours.  All persons are welcome to visit any park or recreation site owned or operated by the City during operation hours.  No person shall be on park or recreation site property except during operating hours.  All parks and recreation sites, including Heinz Park, Metro Park, Deerfield Park, Macintosh Park, Arnold Court Playground, Moki Playground, Davidson, Palomino Park and Centennial Park shall be in operation from 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.; provided however, that Metro Park shall be in operation from 5:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.)

NPI

30

100

11-7-70

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Cemetery regulations - damaging Property Prohibited.  All persons are welcome to visit the cemetery during cemetery operating hours, which operating hours shall be 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.  No person shall be on the cemetery property except during operating hours.  Visitors shall be orderly at all times, shall not walk on flowerbeds, newly planted areas, gravestones, or grave markers.  Recreational activities are prohibited)

CMO

30

100

11-7-80

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Cemetery regulations - damaging property prohibited.  All persons are prohibited from damaging landscaping, breaking or injuring any tree, shrub or plant, or lounging on any individual lot or in any way damaging or defacing any monument, grave marker, structure or other property within the grounds)

BMO

SUM

250

11-7-90

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Cemetery regulations - disturbing the quiet prohibited.  Loud, boisterous talking and profane language are prohibited.  No person will be permitted to disturb the quiet or good order of the place in any way)

NPI

25

25

11-7-100

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Cemetery Regulations - discharging firearms prohibited; dogs prohibited.  All persons are prohibited from hunting or in any way disturbing the birds or fowls, or discharging any firearms, fireworks or other missiles within or over any portion of the cemetery or around the gates, fences or roads adjoining the same) - First Offense

NPI

100

100

11-7-100

Public Parks and Recreation Areas (Cemetery regulations - discharging firearms prohibited; dogs prohibited.  All persons are prohibited from hunting or in any way disturbing the birds or fowls, or discharging any firearms, fireworks or other missiles within or over any portion of the cemetery or around the gates, fences or roads adjoining the same) - Second Offense

NPI

SUM

250

CHAPTER 13

MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

 

 

 

13-1-130

Municipal Utilities  - Water System (Service Line connections – connections required; violation; it shall be unlawful for any person who owns any house, building or other structure occupied for business or residence purposes and situated within the City to fail to connect such structure to the water supply system in accordance with the requirements of this article)

AMO

SUM

100

13-1-150

Municipal Utilities – Water System  (Service Line connections – connections required; violation; Unauthorized connections prohibited; It shall be unlawful for any unauthorized person to uncover, make any connection with or opening into, use alter or disturb any distribution main or appurtenance thereof without first obtaining written permission from the City Manager)

AMO

SUM

100

13-1-540

Municipal Utilities – Water System (Water usage - Certain uses prohibited.  It shall be unlawful for any person to directly or indirectly sell or otherwise dispose of water service furnished by the City for the use of such person or to do any other act except in accordance with the service application and service contract of such person, in accordance with the ordinances, rules and regulations of the City)

AMO

SUM

500

13-1-550

Municipal Utilities Water System (Water usage - Sprinkling hours and restrictions)

AMO

30

100

13-1-560

Municipal Utilities Water System (Water usage; Stealing water unlawful.  It shall be unlawful for any person to take or use any water from the water supply system of the City or to aid and abet any person in such taking or using)

AMO

SUM

500

13-1-580

Municipal Utilities Water System (Water usage - Taking water from fire hydrant.  It shall be unlawful for any person to take any water from any fire hydrant or hose pipe except for the extinguishing of fires, the cleaning or testing of fire apparatus or with the permission of the City Manager)

AMO

SUM

250

13-1-820(a)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful acts – it shall be unlawful for any person to install a bypass without the express written authorization of the City Manager)

AMO

SUM

500

13-1-820(b)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful acts – it shall be unlawful for any customer or user at any premises knowingly to receive water service by means of a bypass which has not been authorized in writing by the City Manager; or knowingly to receive water service by means of an authorized bypass which is not approved or intended for water service)

AMO

SUM

500

13-1-820(c)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful acts – it shall be unlawful for any person to tamper with a water meter or other water utility equipment without the express written authorization of the City Manager)

AMO

SUM

500

13-1-820(d)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful acts –it shall be unlawful for any customer or user at any premises knowingly to receive water service by means of tampering which has not been authorized in writing by the City Manager)

AMO

SUM

500

13-1-820(e)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful acts –it shall be unlawful for any person to engage in unauthorized metering)

AMO

SUM

500

13-1-820(f)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful acts – it shall be unlawful for any customer or user of any premises knowingly to receive water service by means of unauthorized metering which has not been expressly authorized in writing by the City Manager)

AMO

SUM

500

13-1-820(g)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful acts – it shall be unlawful for any person to interfere in any manner with any distribution main, meter, corporation valve or any other appurtenance connected to the water system or comprising a part thereof without the permission  therefore obtained by the City Manager)

AMO

SUM

500

13-1-820(h)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful acts – it shall be unlawful for any person to damage, impair or deface any part, appliance or appurtenance of the water supply system of the City)

AMO

SUM

1000

13-1-820(i)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful acts – it shall be unlawful for any person to excavate or obstruct any line or main belonging to the City or to do any act or thing to divert, damage, drain or otherwise impede or hinder, to tend to impede or hinder, the flow of any of the waters or streams tributary or contributing to the water supply of the City without permission therefore obtained from the City Manager)

AMO

SUM

500

13-1-820(j)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful acts – it shall be unlawful for any person to damage, tamper, meddle or interfere in any way with any of the works, lakes, reservoirs, drains, streams, trenches, mains, lines, filters, valve, gauges, devices, grounds, enclosures, buildings, structures, boats or other property or works of the City used directly or indirectly for or in connection with the water supply system of the City)

AMO

SUM

1000

13-1-820(k)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful acts – it shall be unlawful for any person to enter without authority or to trespass upon any property or works of the City used directly or indirectly for or in connection with the water supply system of the City)

AMO

SUM

250

13-1-820(l)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful acts – it shall be unlawful for any person to connect a surface or groundwater source or otherwise create a water connection or cross-connection to the water system)

AMO

SUM

250

13-1-820(m)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful acts – it shall be unlawful for any person located within the area identified as the Rifle Institutional Control Boundary to access groundwater for potable purposes or in any way connect a groundwater source to the water system)

AMO

SUM

250

13-1-830(a)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful to pollute - it shall be unlawful for any person to pollute or contaminate any of the waters in or of the water supply system of the City, or to do any act which would pollute or tend to pollute the watersheds of the City)

AMO

SUM

500

13-1-830(b)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful to pollute  - it shall be unlawful for any person to do any act whatsoever which shall tend to foul or render impure or unwholesome any of the waters or stream tributary or contributing to the water supply of the City; and it shall be unlawful for any person to cast into or allow to flow or fall into any of said water or into any reservoir or lake belonging to the City any filth, sewage, carrion, garbage, minerals, clay, rock or earth or any kind, or any excretion, clothing, paper, rags, or any extraneous substances)

AMO

SUM

500

13-1-830(c)(1)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful to pollute  - it shall be unlawful for any person to do any of the following acts in such areas of the water supply system as the City Council may designate:  (1) To wash, swim, wade or bathe in such areas)

AMO

SUM

500

13-1-830(c)(2)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful to pollute  - it shall be unlawful for any person to do any of the following acts in such areas of the water supply system as the City Council may designate:  (2) To bathe any animal or to cause or allow any animal to enter or swim in such areas)

AMO

SUM

500

13-1-830(c)(3)

Municipal Utilities (Unlawful to pollute - it shall be unlawful for any person to do any of the following acts in such areas of the water supply system as the City Council may designate:  (3) To fish in or to shoot over, into or near such areas)

AMO

SUM

500

13-2-40

Municipal Utilities (Prohibited activities; permitted activities requiring notice)

AMO

SUM

500

13-3-120

Municipal Utilities (Connection permit required – it is unlawful for any person to open, uncover or in any manner make connection with any sewer main or line of the City, or to lay drain or sewer pipes on any premises or in any street or alley in the City without first obtaining a written connection permit from the City)

AMO

SUM

500

13-3-150

Municipal Utilities (Sewer connections)

AMO

SUM

100

13-3-220

Municipal Utilities (Discharge of certain materials )

AMO

SUM

500

13-3-450

Municipal Utilities (Malicious or negligent damage – no person shall maliciously, willfully or negligently break, damage, destroy, uncover, deface or tamper with any structure, appurtenance or equipment which is a part of the City’s public sewer system)

AMO

SUM

500

CHAPTER 16

LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT

 

 

 

16-3-40

Land Use and Development (Annexation and zoning)

AMO

SUM

500

 
16-8-20(1)

 
Sign Maintenance (Damaged or deteriorating signs) - First Offense

AMO

25

100
 
16-8-20(2)

Sign Maintenance (Damaged or deteriorating signs) - Second Offense

AMO

50

100

 
16-8-20(3)

Sign Maintenance (Damaged or deteriorating signs) - Third Offense

AMO

SUM

100

 
16-8-80(5)(a)

Prohibited Signs (Off-premises signs) - First Offense

AMO

25

100

 
16-8-80(5)(b)

Prohibited Signs (Off-premises signs) - Second Offense

AMO

50

100

 
16-8-80(5)(c)

Prohibited Signs (Off-premises signs) - Third Offense

AMO

SUM

100

 
16-8-80(6)(a)


Prohibited Signs (Temporary stake signs) - First Offense

AMO

25

100
 
16-8-80(6)(b)

Prohibited Signs (Temporary stake signs) - Second Offense

AMO

50

100

 
16-8-80(6)(c)

Prohibited Signs (Temporary stake signs) - Third Offense

AMO

SUM

100

 
16-10-40(2)

Temporary Use of Recreational Vehicle/Travel Trailers (Recreational vehicle/travel trailers and camping equipment may be occupied as temporary dwellings only in the following circumstances: on private property for up to forty-five (45) days in any calendar year, including the Garfield County Fairgrounds.)


AMO
 
50

50

CHAPTER 18

BUILDING REGULATIONS

 

 

 

18-2-40

Building Regulations (Building Code penalties)

S

SUM

500

18-3-40

Building Regulations (Residential Code penalties)

S

SUM

500

18-4-40

Building Regulations (Mechanical Code penalties)

S

SUM

500

18-5-40

Building Regulations (Plumbing Code penalties)

S

SUM

500

18-7-50

Building Regulations (Dangerous Building Code penalties)

S

SUM

500

 
18-15-30(b)(1)

Property Numbering (Number required) - First Offense

AMO

25

100

 
18-15-30(b)(2)

Property Numbering (Number required) - Second Offense

AMO

50

100

 
18-15-30(b)(3)

Property Numbering (Number required) - Third Offense

AMO

SUM

100

 
18-15-30(c)(1)

Property Numbering (Style of number) - First Offense

AMO

25

100

 
18-15-30(c)(2)

Property numbering (Style of number) - Second Offense

AMO

50

100

 
18-15-20(c)(3)

Property Numbering (Style of number) - Third Offense
 
AMO

SUM

100

   UPDATED 06/13/2016