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20.12.100 Vandalism; Protection of Park Property and Vegetation.

City Code Section

(Amended by Ordinance No. 184522, 185448 and 186053, effective January 1, 2015.)

A.  No person shall take, remove, destroy, break, cut, injure, mutilate, or deface in any way or attach any thing to, any structure, monument, statue, vase, fountain, wall, fence, railing, gate, vehicle, bench, or other property in any Park.  No person shall remove, destroy, break, injure, mutilate, or deface in any way in any Park any shrub, fern, plant, flower, or other vegetation.  No person shall plant, prune, remove, destroy, break, injure, mutilate, or deface in any way in any Park any tree without a permit from the City Forester under the provisions of Title 11. This provision shall not prohibit authorized work done for, by or on behalf of the City.

B.  No person shall, without prior authorization, take, use, or have in his or her possession any equipment belonging to the City and designated for park or recreation use, outside of the limits of the established Park or Parks facility.