Township of Knowlton, NJ
Warren County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Committee of the Township of Knowlton by Ord. No. 90-4 (Ch. XIII of the Revised General Ordinances). Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Alcoholic beverages — See Ch. 60.
Animals — See Ch. 64.
Beaches — See Ch. 69.
Campgrounds — See Ch. 81.
Article I General Provisions

§ 134-1 Definitions.

§ 134-2 Applicability.

§ 134-3 Hours.

§ 134-4 Closing of areas.

§ 134-5 Enforcement.

§ 134-6 Violations and penalties.

Article II Conduct in Parks and Recreation Areas

§ 134-7 Sales and concerts.

§ 134-8 Solicitors, peddlers, mendicants, musicians or showmen.

§ 134-9 Games of chance.

§ 134-10 Intoxication.

§ 134-11 Signs and other advertising devices.

§ 134-12 Use of buildings and other property.

§ 134-13 Explosives.

§ 134-14 Going onto ice.

§ 134-15 Go-carts, model airplanes, midget cars and motorcycles.

§ 134-16 Washing and repair of vehicles.

§ 134-17 Operating public-address system.

§ 134-18 Interference with spectators or participants.

§ 134-19 Camping.

§ 134-20 Golf.

§ 134-21 Dangerous devices.

§ 134-22 Changing clothes.

§ 134-23 Fires.

§ 134-24 Picnicking and preparation of food.

§ 134-25 Littering.

§ 134-26 Protection of wild animals, birds and fish.

§ 134-27 Disorderly conduct.

§ 134-27.1 Parking.

Article III Use and Rental of Park Facilities

§ 134-28 Permit required.

§ 134-29 Application for permit.

§ 134-30 Series of meetings; applications in writing.

§ 134-31 Issuance and duration of permits.

§ 134-32 Responsibility of permittee.

§ 134-33 Chaperons required for minors.

§ 134-34 Exhibition of permits upon request.

§ 134-35 Standards for issuance of permits.

§ 134-36 Denial of application and appeal.

§ 134-37 Revocation of permit.

§ 134-38 Condition of area after use.

Article IV Motor Vehicle Use Restrictions

§ 134-39 Applicable regulations.