Village of Pleasant Prairie, WI
Kenosha County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Village Board of the Village of Pleasant Prairie 6-3-2002 by Ord. No. 02-18 (Ch. 19 of the 1988 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Park Commission — See Ch. 18, Art. II.
Animals — See Ch. 119.
Peace and good order — See Ch. 250.
242a RecPlex Prgm Fees 242b Reference Page 242c RecPlex Outdoor Rec 242d RecPlex Indoor Rec 242e RecPlex Birthday Pckg 242f RecPlex Prgm Ser Fees

§ 242-1 Definitions.

As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
LAKEVIEW RECPLEX
A recreation facility at 9900 Terwall Terrace in Prairie Springs Park.
PARK or PARKS
All lands and waters acquired by the Village for park or recreational purposes, and shall include, without limitation, parks, beaches, swimming pools, golf courses, bicycle/walking trails, ball diamonds and other athletic fields and privately owned lands, the use of which has been granted to the Village for park, recreational, athletic or like public services.
PUBLIC BEACH ON PUBLICLY OWNED INLAND LAKE
The area on Lake Andrea used for swimming, diving or recreational bathing, together with the associated land area and appurtenances designated for bather usage.
PUBLICLY OWNED LAND ADJACENT TO THE WATER'S EDGE OF LAKE MICHIGAN
The public land areas adjacent to the waters of Lake Michigan used for recreational purposes.

§ 242-2 Permits.

All permits issued pursuant to this section shall be obtained before the proposed activity.
A. 
The following actions are permitted with a written permit from the Village Board:
(1) 
Any person, group or organization may hold or take part in any musical, theatrical or other entertainment, or any parade, procession, public meeting or gathering of any kind, or make any political or religious address, oration or demonstration of any kind, or use any loudspeaker or amplifying equipment in any park only with written permission.
(2) 
Any person, group or organization may sell or offer for sale any article or perform or offer to perform any service for hire or solicit for any trade, occupation, business or profession or solicit in any park only with a written permit.
(3) 
Any person, group or organization may place or carry any structure, bulletin board or advertising device of any kind whatever, or erect a tent or post any notice, bill poster, sign, wire, rod or cord to any tree, shrub, fence, railing, fountain, wall, post or structure, statue, bridge, or monument in any park, or place any advertising or decoration of any kind whatever therein in any park, only with a written permit.
(4) 
(Reserved)[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection A(4), concerning removal of wood from any Village park, was repealed 5-17-2010 by Ord. No. 10-32.
(5) 
Any person, group or organization may camp or erect a tent for sleeping overnight in any Village park only with written permit. Upon approval, said permit will only be issued upon the submittal of a list of all registered campers and payment of applicable rental fees.
[Amended 5-17-2010 by Ord. No. 10-32]
(6) 
Any person, group or organization may conduct any gathering or activity, including reserving a picnic area or ball field, where the attendance is greater than 500 persons, only with written permit, insofar as no more than 50% of said facilities in any given park are reserved for that same period.
(7) 
Any person, group or organization may be allowed to bring, drink, possess or give away any beer, liquor or other intoxicating beverages within any Village park only with a written permit.
[Amended 5-17-2010 by Ord. No. 10-32]
B. 
The Director of Public Works shall have the authority to issue a permit to any person, group or organization to bring, drink, possess or give away beer, liquor or other intoxicating beverages within any Village park. The Director of Public Works shall have the authority to issue permits to reserve park pavilions, picnic areas and ball fields in Village parks if the following criteria are met:
[Amended 5-17-2010 by Ord. No. 10-32]
(1) 
A complete application is submitted no later than 72 hours prior to the scheduled event;
(2) 
The required fee(s) is submitted;
(3) 
The proposed activity does not violate any prohibited actions in this chapter;
(4) 
The proposed activity does not include any activities outlined in Subsection A;
(5) 
Not more than 50% of the picnic areas are rented in Prairie Springs Park for that given day;
(6) 
The proposed activity does not conflict with scheduled Village events or Village recreational programs; and
(7) 
The number of people does not exceed 500 persons.
(8) 
Applicants must be 21 years of age or older.
C. 
Application. A person seeking issuance of a permit shall obtain and file a complete application and required fee(s) with the Director of Public Works.
[Amended 5-17-2010 by Ord. No. 10-32]
(1) 
If such permit requires Village Board approval, as outlined in Subsection A, such permit shall be submitted to the Director of Public Works at least two weeks prior to a scheduled meeting of the Village Board.
(2) 
If such permit allows the Director of Public Works to issue a permit as outlined in Subsection B, such permit shall be submitted to the Director of Public Works at least 72 hours prior to the proposed event.
(3) 
The permit application shall include:
(a) 
Name and address of applicant.
(b) 
Name and address of the person, corporation or association sponsoring the activity, if any.
(c) 
The day and hours for which the permit is desired, if applicable.
(d) 
The park, or portion thereof, for which the permit is desired, if applicable.
(e) 
An estimate of the attendance, if applicable.
(f) 
Any other information which, in the opinion of the Village Board, is reasonably necessary to a fair determination of whether a permit should be issued.
D. 
Fees. Each application shall be accompanied by the appropriate fee and/or bond as required per § 242-3 of this chapter.
E. 
Granting of permits.
(1) 
The Village Board shall issue a permit hereunder when it has found that:
(a) 
The proposed activity or use of the park or park area will not unreasonably interfere with or detract from the general enjoyment of the park.
(b) 
The proposed activity or use of the park will not unreasonably interfere with or detract from the promotion of public health, welfare, safety and recreation.
(c) 
The proposed activity or use is not reasonably anticipated to incite violence, crime or disorderly conduct.
(d) 
The proposed activity will not entail unusual, extraordinary or burdensome expense on the Village.
(e) 
The facilities desired have not been reserved for other use at the day and hour requested in the application.
(f) 
The area requested is in compliance with the areas designated by the Village for the type of use requested.
(2) 
Permits shall be granted on a first-come-first-served basis, except that the Village Board may, by regulation, reserve certain areas for traditional celebrations and services on national holidays by specific groups. Applications for a permit within a given calendar year shall not be accepted prior to the first working day in January of said calendar year.
(3) 
No more than 50% of designated picnic areas in Prairie Springs Park shall be reserved for any given day.
(4) 
When considering an application for a permit to hold a public assembly, public meeting or gathering, the Village Board shall grant said permit unless the Board specifically finds that the granting of said permit is in conflict with any subsection noted above.
F. 
Compliance with rules and regulations. A permittee shall be bound by all of the park rules and regulations and all applicable ordinances fully as though the same were inserted in such permit, except to the extent that the permit otherwise specifies.
G. 
Liability. The person or persons to whom a permit is issued shall be liable for any loss, damage or injury sustained by any person whatever by reason of the negligence of the person or persons to whom such permit has been issued.
H. 
Display of permit. As a condition of a permit being issued, it is required that the permittee have the permit in his or her possession at all times while it is in effect and that, upon the request of any duly authorized agent of the Village or duly authorized law enforcement personnel, a permittee shall present the permit for inspection.
I. 
Revocation. The Village Board shall have the authority to revoke a permit upon a finding of violation of any rule or ordinance or upon good cause shown.
J. 
Appeal. Notice of hearing to revoke or appeal a denial of such permit shall be given to the applicant or holder of said permit 10 days before the date of hearing by delivering a copy of such notice to the permittee personally or by mailing a copy of such notice to the permittee or applicant as stated in the application or permit. If the permittee is a corporation, delivery of such notice shall be to the registered agent of such corporation at the address given in the application 10 days before the date of such hearing. In the event of revocation of a permit, no refund of application or permit fees shall be made, and the Village Board may refuse to grant another permit to such permittee or applicant for such length of time as it deems advisable.

§ 242-3 Park fees.

[Amended 6-17-2002 by Ord. No. 02-37; 5-19-2003 by Ord. No. 03-27; 2-6-2006 by Ord. No. 06-06; 4-16-2007 by Ord. No. 07-14[1]]
A. 
Prairie Springs Park fees.
(1) 
Yearly passes per family to park in a parking lot and use the beach area and archery range at Prairie Springs Park.
(a) 
Family membership definition: can only include a maximum of two adults and dependent family members age 25 and under living in the same household (ages 19 to 25 must show proof of full-time student status). Individuals must live in the same household to qualify for family rates.
[1] 
Pleasant Prairie resident: $40.
[2] 
(Reserved)
[3] 
Nonresident: $70.
[Amended 10-19-2009 by Ord. No. 09-54]
[4] 
(Reserved)
[5] 
(Reserved)
[6] 
(Reserved)[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection A(1)(a)[6], the out-of-state fee, was repealed 10-19-2009 by Ord. No. 09-54.
(b) 
LakeView RecPlex members are not subject to the above fees as they are included as part of each paid membership.
(2) 
Daily passes per person to park in a parking lot and use the beach area and archery range at Prairie Springs Park.
(a) 
Guest of RecPlex member and Pleasant Prairie resident: $4.
(b) 
(Reserved)
(c) 
(Reserved)
(d) 
Nonresident: $7.
[Amended 10-19-2009 by Ord. No. 09-54]
(e) 
(Reserved)[3]
[3]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection A(2)(e), the fee for an out-of-state resident, was repealed 10-19-2009 by Ord. No. 09-54.
(3) 
Scuba diving yearly permit (in addition to the above-noted park pass): $10 per person per season.
(4) 
Sail boarding and windsurfing are permitted activities on Lake Andrea. The launch site for sail boarders and windsurfers is the public launch on 93rd Street. There is no fee to use the launch on 93rd Street in Prairie Springs Park. Park pass holders and LakeView RecPlex members may launch their sail boarding and windsurfing equipment at sites designated by the Village in Prairie Springs Park.
(5) 
No daily pass shall be required for children two years of age and under.
(6) 
Proof of residency or employment shall be required at the time a park pass is purchased.
B. 
Fees for reserving outdoor recreation facilities, pavilions, equipment, and services. All picnic areas have a capacity of 250 persons unless otherwise noted. If the scheduled event will exceed the capacity for the given area, additional areas shall be reserved. All fees are nonrefundable. See 242 Attachment 3 for the Outdoor Recreation Facility, Equipment, and Services Fee Schedule at the end of this chapter.
[Amended 9-17-2007 by Ord. No. 07-38; 5-17-2010 by Ord. No. 10-32]
C. 
Ingram Park.
[Added 9-16-2013 by Ord. No. 13-44]
(1) 
Dog park fees. All dogs using the dog park must have a Village of Pleasant Prairie annual dog park tag, or the owner can pay a daily fee each day the park is visited. Fees to use the dog park in Ingram Park are set forth in Chapter 214 of the Municipal Code. No annual dog park tag shall be granted without proof that a dog is currently licensed in Kenosha County or another municipality where the dog is kept.
(2) 
Dog park rules and regulations. Set forth below are the rules and regulations for the use of the dog park in Ingram Park.
(a) 
Park ordinances require an owner/handler clean up and properly dispose of waste left by his or her dog(s).
(b) 
Dogs must be kept on a leash until they are in the dog park entrance and the gate has closed behind them. For the safety of your pet as well as others, do not keep your dog on a leash while inside the dog park.
(c) 
The dog owner/handler must be physically capable of controlling his or her dog. All owners/handlers are required to remain inside the off-leash area and be in view of their dog(s) at all times. The limit is three dogs per handler, per visit.
(d) 
Aggressive dogs or dogs that have been determined to be vicious are not permitted on the premises. Dogs exhibiting rough, aggressive or dangerous behavior must be removed by the owner immediately.
(e) 
Excessive barking is prohibited. Dogs barking excessively must be removed by the owner.
(f) 
All dogs must be current on vaccinations.
(g) 
All dogs must be licensed by their respective municipality and display said license/tag while in the dog park. Noncounty residents must have the current rabies vaccine tag as well as a dog license tag issued by the governing body where they reside.
(h) 
Leashes must be kept on the dog, until inside the double-gates entry. Remove the leash prior to entering the second gate. Do the reverse when leaving.
(i) 
The off-leash dog park is for dogs and their handlers. No other type of animal (i.e., hunting or other use) is allowed. No firearms or starting pistols are permitted.
(j) 
Absolutely no female dogs in heat or puppies under the age of four months are allowed in the dog park.
(k) 
No smoking, food, alcoholic beverages, glass containers, strollers or bicycles are allowed inside the dog park.
(l) 
Please leave your dog toys at home.
(m) 
Children under 18 years old must be accompanied and supervised closely by an adult at all times. It is recommended that small children not be brought into the off-leash area. Children are not permitted to run with or chase dogs.
(n) 
Users of the dog park do so at their own risk. The Village of Pleasant Prairie is not liable for any injury or damage caused by any dog or person in this park. Owners and users agree to assume the full responsibility of any injuries, damages or loss to themselves, their dogs or property or any damage to other people or dogs connected with or associated with their use of the park.
(3) 
Any person who violates the provisions of this section shall be subject to the penalties set forth in § 242-12 of this chapter.
D. 
Other fees for all parks.
(1) 
All applications shall be completed by a responsible adult over 18 years of age. In addition, a nonrefundable permit application fee of $25, for applications to be considered by the Village Board or to secure an alcohol beverage permit, shall be paid at the time an application is submitted for a permit as outlined in § 242-2. Applicants must be 21 years of age or older to apply for an alcohol beverage permit.
[Amended 5-17-2010 by Ord. No. 10-32]
(2) 
In parks without rest room facilities, a fee based on a Village contract with a sanitation company per required facility shall be submitted at the time the permit is issued. The number of rest room facilities shall be based on the requirements as set forth by the Wisconsin Administrative Code as follows:
Water Closets
Number of Patrons
Male
Female
Urinal
1 to 100
1
1
0
101 to 200
1
2
1
201 to 250
1
3
2
251 to 300
1
4
2
301 to 350
2
5
2
351 to 400
2
6
2
401 to 450
2
7
3
451 to 500
2
8
3
501 to 600
2
9
4
One drinking facility for each 150 occupants or fraction up to 600 people.
One lavatory for each two water closets or urinals required.
(3) 
If an applicant requests to have alcoholic beverages at the specific function, an additional fee of $250 per picnic area reserved shall be required. Said payment will be refundable after an appropriate cost for cleanup and/or repair of picnic area is required by Village staff.
(4) 
For rental of a park pavilion in any Village park, a refundable deposit of $100 shall be submitted one month prior to the reservation date to secure the site. The deposit shall only be refunded upon Village inspection that there are no damages or loss of Village property to the pavilion site. Applicants are held responsible for any costs associated with the loss or damage of Village property which may exceed the deposit of $100.
[Added 5-17-2010 by Ord. No. 10-32]
(5) 
Cancellation of rental. A fee of no less than 1/2 of the rental fee will be charged for guests changing or canceling their reservation within 30 days of the reservation date. Cancellation prior to 30 days will be subject to a fee of no less than $50. (No refunds due to inclement weather. Deposit refunds may take several weeks to process after the reservation.)
[Added 5-17-2010 by Ord. No. 10-32]
E. 
Selling of concessions in any park:
(1) 
Village's permanent structure: $100 per weekend day; $75 per weekday.
(2) 
Motorized vehicles (per vehicle): $200 per season (15 weeks maximum).
(3) 
Pushed or pulled units: $150 per season (15 weeks maximum).
(4) 
Carried (per person carrying): $100 per season (15 weeks maximum).
F. 
Nonmotorized watercraft rental fees at Lake Andrea.
[Amended 5-19-2008 by Ord. No. 08-32]
Hourly
VPP and RecPlex Members
Nonresident
Otter kayaks
$8
$10
Double otter kayaks
$10
$12
Ocean kayaks
$8
$10
Canoes
$8
$10
Pedal boats
$6
$8
[1]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also stated that the effective date of the fees it amended in this section is 5-1-2007.

§ 242-4 Park hours.

Except for attendance at or participation in scheduled events, no person shall remain in any park from dusk until dawn.

§ 242-5 Prohibited actions.

The following activities are prohibited in Village parks. All persons that are issued a permit or rent a picnic area, pavilion or ball field in any Village park shall be held financially responsible for any damages to the park and its facilities.
A. 
It shall be unlawful for any person, group or organization to:
(1) 
Place any straw, dirt, chips, paper, shavings, shells, ashes or other rubbish, even though not offensive to health, in or upon any park. Furthermore, it shall be unlawful for any person to clean fish and dispose of fish entrails in other than a designated area.
(2) 
Remove, destroy, break, injure, mutilate or deface in any way any structure, monument, statue, fountain, wall, fence, garbage cans, railing, vehicle, bench, tree, shrub, plant, flower or other property in any park.
(3) 
Drive, ride or push any motorcycle, motor vehicle, truck, wagon, horse or any vehicle or animal in any part of the parks, except on the regular roadways designated therefor, provided that wheelchairs, baby carriages and such vehicles as are used in the park service are not included in the foregoing prohibition.
(4) 
Place, build or create any fires within any park areas except in properly constructed grills. All charcoal ashes shall be disposed of in containers labeled for such disposal. In addition, no person shall leave any fire unattended or throw away any matches, cigarettes, cigars or pipe ashes without first extinguishing them.
(5) 
Wade, bathe or swim except at such pools or beaches as may be designated for that purpose.
(6) 
Disturb any bird or other animal or disturb the nest or young of any bird or other animal, except the taking of any bird or other animal which is causing property damage or injuries within any Village park.
(7) 
Engage in ball throwing, bicycle riding, kite flying or fishing or any other activity which may endanger the safety of bathers or spectators in the beach area.
(8) 
Bring or permit a dog, cat or other household pet animal in any Village park at any time unless said animal is on a leash not exceeding 10 feet in length or under the owner's control or to bring or permit a dog or other household pet in any Village park which is not properly licensed with all required vaccinations and shots. Furthermore, no such animal shall be allowed in any beach area (sand or water) designated for swimming or on any of the playground equipment.
(9) 
Bring or permit horses or other livestock, poultry or farm animals in any Village park, trail or designated park road or parking area.
(10) 
Go beyond the designated swimming limits outlined by markers, and it shall be unlawful for any person to use a boat, raft, water skis, surfboard, windsurfer, sail board or other watercraft within such swimming limits, unless such devices are a part of a scheduled class.
(11) 
Swim at night or when the park is closed.
(12) 
Operate gasoline-powered vehicles, including jet skis, with the exception of electric motors which operate with no wake, or with the exception of emergency and maintenance boats, which shall be permitted on the beach or on Lake Andrea.
(13) 
Bring glass containers for beverages on the beach, nor shall any person place, build or create any bonfires or campfires within any Village park. Bonfires or campfires are allowed for Village-sponsored events.
(14) 
Indulge in violent, abusive, indecent, profane, boisterous, unreasonably loud or otherwise disturbing conduct under circumstances in which such conduct tends to cause or provoke a disturbance.
(15) 
Operate a snowmobile in any Village park, except authorized park personnel.
(16) 
Use any type of inflatable device within a designated bathing area.
(17) 
Launch a boat from a trailer in any park, except that a boat, raft or watercraft of any type may be launched in a designated launching area.
(18) 
Fish in any designated swimming area.
(19) 
Play baseball, football, frisbee or other games in designated parking areas.
(20) 
Perform any mechanical work on automobiles in any park, unless it is an emergency situation.
(21) 
Operate any sound truck, loudspeaker, motor or any other mechanical device that produces undue or unnecessary noises in or upon any Village park.
(22) 
Be intoxicated or engage in any violent, abusive, loud, boisterous, vulgar, lewd, obscene or otherwise disorderly conduct, tending to create a breach of the peace or to disturb or annoy others, in or upon any Village park.
(23) 
Engage in ballplaying or the use of a frisbee or activity of like kind which interferes with the flow of traffic on any park road.
(24) 
Park, stop or leave standing, whether attended or unattended, any vehicle in any manner so as to block, obstruct or limit the use of any road or trail, or outside any designated parking area, or contrary to posted notices.
(25) 
Other than duly appointed law enforcement officers, to have in his possession or under his control any firearm, air gun, bow and arrow (except at the archery range) or other weapon, explosives or fireworks, as defined by §§ 250-3 and 250-5 of the Village Code, of any kind or discharge any of the same while in or upon any of the Village parks. Bow and arrow usage is specifically regulated in § 242-8 of this chapter.
(26) 
Conduct business in any Village park, in Prairie Springs Park, on Lake Andrea or within the LakeView RecPlex without a contract with the Village of Pleasant Prairie. This contract, or written agreement, and permit for approved programming should be readily available as proof of permission to conduct such business in the park or RecPlex.
[Added 5-19-2003 by Ord. No. 03-24]
(27) 
Launch motorized watercraft, including jet skis, from any public property on the Lake Michigan shoreline in the Village of Pleasant Prairie.
[Added 6-19-2006 by Ord. No. 06-30]
B. 
It shall be unlawful for any person to drive or operate any vehicle, whether propelled by animal or other power, in any park recklessly, or at a rate of speed greater than is reasonably proper, having regard for the traffic, the safety of the public and the use of the parks, or so as to injure the property, life or limb of any person. Furthermore, at no time shall the speed of such vehicles exceed 15 miles per hour in Prairie Springs Park.
C. 
It shall be unlawful for any aircraft to land in any park or any body of water in any Village park.
D. 
It shall be unlawful for any unauthorized person to enter in any way a building or area that may be locked or closed to public use or contrary to a posted notice.
E. 
It shall be unlawful for any vehicles to be parked in a parking lot at Prairie Springs Park without an annual park pass or a daily car pass.
F. 
It shall be unlawful for any vehicles to park against any yellow curb.
G. 
It shall be unlawful for any person without a scuba diving certificate to use Lake Andrea for the purpose of scuba diving, with the exception of scuba diving with a certified diving instructor.
H. 
It shall be unlawful for any person to smoke on the beach at Lake Andrea. First violation shall result in revocation of the daily pass; subsequent violations will result in revocation of the annual pass. Any additional violations will result in penalties in accordance with § 242-12 of this chapter.
I. 
It shall be unlawful for sailboarders or windsurfers to launch onto Lake Andrea from any location other than those permitted.
J. 
It shall be unlawful for any watercraft to use an anchor at any time when launched in Lake Andrea.
[Added 5-17-2010 by Ord. No. 10-32]

§ 242-6 Public beach in Prairie Springs Park.

A. 
Beach water sampling. At least one set of bacteriological samples shall be collected by a Village representative at a predetermined location(s) throughout the swimming area at Prairie Springs Park once a week during the swimming season and at periods of peak usage as determined by the Village. The samples shall be tested by the Village. A set of samples shall be all samples collected during any one day.
B. 
Closing criteria for a beach. When one or more of the following subsections are not complied with, the beach shall be closed to the public until compliance is achieved. The Village may post any public beach closed until compliance with this section is met.
(1) 
Microbiological quality. The beach water fecal coliform density shall be at a safe level based on current water testing procedures. When it is determined that a beach must be closed, daily samples shall be collected and analyzed during the period of closure. The beach may be reopened if the fecal coliform density in two consecutive daily samples is determined safe.
(2) 
Chemical quality. The water shall be free of chemical substances capable of creating toxic reactions or irritations to the skin or membranes of swimmers.
(3) 
Air temperature. When the air temperature is below 60° F. the beach area shall be closed.
(4) 
Severe weather. Swimming or bathing shall not be permitted during lightning storms or other inclement weather as determined by the responsible person in charge of the beach operations.
C. 
Signs. The posting of signs shall designate the land boundary of a beach. When no lifeguard is on duty a sign shall be posted that states "No Lifeguard on Duty. No Swimming Allowed. All Violators Will Be Prosecuted and Fined per Village of Pleasant Prairie Code Chapter 242."
D. 
Markers. The perimeter of the beach water area shall be clearly designated by means of lines attached to swimming area buoys.
E. 
Lifeguards. During nonswimming hours when no lifeguard is on duty, a legible sign or signs reading "No Lifeguard on Duty" shall be posted. Distinguishing apparel or emblems shall identify all lifeguards on duty. Lifeguard stations shall be located as close as practical to the swimming area shoreline and within at least 30 feet of the shoreline.
F. 
Lifeguard certification. Lifeguards shall be certified. Acceptable certification for a lifeguard shall be a current American Red Cross lifeguard training certificate or Ellis & Associates lifeguard license. American Red Cross lifeguards must be certified by Ellis & Associates within 30 days.
G. 
Responsibilities and authorities.
(1) 
Any authorized Village employee or designated lifeguard(s) shall have the authority to clear the beach and designated swimming area in the event of an emergency, at closing or due to any criteria listed in this section.
(2) 
Any authorized Village employee or designated lifeguard(s) shall have the authority to remove any person, group or organization from the park that violates any of the prohibited actions as specified in § 242-5 of this chapter.
(3) 
Any authorized Village employee or designated lifeguard(s) shall have the authority to remove any person who has not paid the required entrance fee.

§ 242-7 Use of Lake Andrea in Prairie Springs Park.

[Amended 5-19-2003 by Ord. No. 03-25]
A. 
Boating.
(1) 
Motorboats prohibited area. No person shall operate a motorboat, as defined in § 30.50(6), Wis. Stats., that is propelled by internal combustion engine or engines on the waters of Lake Andrea in Prairie Springs Park, with the exception of emergency boats, maintenance boats, law enforcement boats and boats which are used for Village of Pleasant Prairie sponsored special events. Electric motors only are permitted on said waters.
(2) 
Posting requirements. The Village of Pleasant Prairie shall place and maintain a copy of this section at all public access points within the jurisdiction of the Village of Pleasant Prairie.
(3) 
State boating and safety laws adopted. State boating laws as found in §§ 30.50 to 30.71, Wis. Stats., are adopted by reference.
(4) 
Penalties. Wisconsin state boating penalties as found in § 30.80, Wis. Stats., are adopted by reference.
B. 
Launching sites defined. Nonmotorized personal watercraft may be launched in Prairie Springs Park Lake Andrea as follows:
(1) 
93rd Place public launch site. Any small watercraft may launch from the existing 93rd Place North Lake Andrea boat ramp at no charge.
(2) 
Picnic areas two and six launch sites: fee-based launch. Any small nonmotorized personal watercraft may launch from picnic areas two and six launch sites with a LakeView RecPlex membership, Prairie Springs Park daily pass or seasonal park pass. This would include any small nonmotorized personal watercraft, including sailboards.

§ 242-8 Archery range.

A daily pass is required for any person, group or organization to utilize a bow and arrow in the designated archery range at Prairie Springs Park Lake Andrea. All bows must be cased to and from the archery range. The archery range may not be utilized before sunrise and after sunset. It is unlawful to have a bow and arrow in any other area of Prairie Springs Park Lake Andrea or any other park in the Village of Pleasant Prairie.

§ 242-9 RecPlex. [1]

[Last amended 4-16-2007 by Ord. No. 07-14[2]]
A. 
User charges for the LakeView RecPlex.
(1) 
Village residents, annual charges.
(a) 
Adult primary/individual within a household in the Village of Pleasant Prairie: $647. "Adult primary/individual" is defined as 14 years or older with use of entire facility.
[Amended 10-1-2007 by Ord. No. 07-41; 2-21-2011 by Ord. No. 11-01; 7-15-2013 by Ord. No. 13-30; 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
(b) 
Adult secondary within a household in the Village: $224. "Adult secondary" is defined as an addition to an adult primary; must be a spouse of the adult primary living in the same household. Only two adults per household.
[Amended 7-15-2013 by Ord. No. 13-30; 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
(c) 
Youth additional (the first two) within a household in the Village: $122. "Youth additional" is defined as an addition to an adult primary; two- to twenty-five-year-old dependent(s) living in the same household as adult primary (ages 19 to 25 must show proof of full-time college status to be considered a dependent). Any youth, ages two to 18, beyond the first two (i.e., 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, etc.) will be charged a rate of $70 per youth.
[Amended 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34; 10-5-2015 by Ord. No. 15-35]
(d) 
Disabled adult, dependent of primary member, age of 19 and above, will receive youth rate.
[Amended 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
(e) 
Any child under the age of two at the time of purchase: $0.
(2) 
Village residents, senior citizen annual charges.
[Amended 10-1-2007 by Ord. No. 07-41; 2-21-2011 by Ord. No. 11-01; 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
(a) 
Senior primary of any household in the Village of Pleasant Prairie: $488; six-month senior primary membership: $269; three-month senior primary membership: $150. "Senior primary" is defined as any person 60 or more years old.
(b) 
Senior secondary within a household in the Village: $200; six-month senior secondary membership: $102; three-month senior secondary membership: $75. "Senior secondary" is defined as an addition to a senior primary, must be a spouse of the adult primary, living in the same household within the Village.
(3) 
Village corporate business rate, annual charge. Individual rate per employee: $687. "This membership" is defined as follows: must be 16 years old, working for a company located in Pleasant Prairie. Rates are based on the business location.
[Amended 10-1-2007 by Ord. No. 07-41; 2-21-2011 by Ord. No. 11-01; 7-15-2013 by Ord. No. 13-30; 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
(4) 
(Reserved)[3]
[3]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection A(4), concerning the four-month college student rate for Village residents, was repealed 10-1-2007 by Ord. No. 07-41, effective 1-1-2008.
(5) 
Nonresident, annual charges.
[Amended 10-1-2007 by Ord. No. 07-41; 5-18-2009 by Ord. No. 09-39]
(a) 
Adult primary/individual nonresident: $694. "Adult primary/individual" is defined as 14 years or older with use of entire facility.
[Amended 2-21-2011 by Ord. No. 11-01; 7-15-2013 by Ord. No. 13-30; 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
(b) 
Adult secondary nonresident: $224. "Adult secondary" is defined as an addition to an adult primary; must be a spouse of the primary living in the same household. Only two adults per household.
[Amended 2-21-2011 by Ord. No. 11-01; 7-15-2013 by Ord. No. 13-30; 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
(c) 
Youth additional (the first two) within a household in the Village: $122. "Youth additional" is defined as an addition to an adult primary; two- to twenty-five-year-old dependent(s) living in the same household as adult primary (ages 19 to 25 must show proof of full-time college status to be considered a dependent). Any youth, ages two to 18, beyond the first two (i.e., 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, etc.) will be charged a rate of $70 per youth.
[Amended 2-21-2011 by Ord. No. 11-01; 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34; 10-5-2015 by Ord. No. 15-35]
(d) 
Disabled adult, dependent of primary member, age of 19 and above, will receive youth rate.
[Amended 2-21-2011 by Ord. No. 11-01; 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
(e) 
Any child under the age of two at the time of purchase: $0.
(6) 
Nonresident, senior citizen annual charges.
[Amended 10-1-2007 by Ord. No. 07-41; 5-18-2009 by Ord. No. 09-39; 2-21-2011 by Ord. No. 11-01; 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
(a) 
Senior primary of any nonresident: $531; six-month senior primary membership: $285; three-month senior primary membership: $150. "Senior primary" is defined as any person 60 or more years old.
(b) 
Senior secondary of any nonresident: $200; six-month senior secondary membership: $102; three-month senior secondary membership: $75. "Senior secondary" is defined as an addition to a senior primary, must be a spouse of the senior primary, living in the same household in Wisconsin.
(7) 
(Reserved)[4]
[4]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection A(7), Wisconsin corporate business rate, was repealed 2-21-2011 by Ord. No. 11-01.
(8) 
(Reserved)[5]
[5]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection A(8), concerning the four-month college student rate for Wisconsin residents, was repealed 10-1-2007 by Ord. No. 07-41, effective 1-1-2008.
(9) 
(Reserved)[6]
[6]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection A(9), concerning annual charges for out-of-state residents as amended, was repealed 5-18-2009 by Ord. No. 09-39.
(10) 
(Reserved)[7]
[7]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection A(10), concerning senior citizens annual charges for out-of-state residents, as amended, was repealed 5-18-2009 by Ord. No. 09-39.
(11) 
Day passes, charged for day use at the LakeView RecPlex.
[Amended 10-19-2009 by Ord. No. 09-54[8]]
(a) 
Senior day pass (age 60 and above): $5.
[Added 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
(b) 
Youth/disabled adult day pass (daily).
[1] 
Village resident/guest of RecPlex member: $8.
[Amended 12-19-2016 by Ord. No. 16-46]
[2] 
Nonresident: $10.[9]
[9]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection A(11)(b)[3], the out-of-state user charge, which immediately followed this subsection, was repealed 10-19-2009 by Ord. No. 09-54.
(c) 
(Reserved)
(d) 
Adult RecPlex day pass (daily).
[1] 
Village resident/guest of RecPlex member: $10.
[2] 
Nonresident: $14.[10]
[10]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection A(11)(d)[3], the out-of-state user charge, which immediately followed this subsection, was repealed 10-19-2009 by Ord. No. 09-54.
(e) 
Family day pass: up to four people from the same household: two adults and two children or one adult with three children. Children must be legal dependents of at least one of the participating adults.
[1] 
Village resident: $30.
[2] 
Nonresident: $30.
[3] 
Additional guest of family day pass purchaser: $8.
[Amended 12-19-2016 by Ord. No. 16-46]
(f) 
One-week trial membership: $35 per person.
[Added 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
[8]
Editor's Note: This ordinance provided an effective date of 10-20-2009.
(12) 
Facility fee, charged for every new membership: $125.
[Amended 7-15-2013 by Ord. No. 13-30[11]]
[11]
Editor’s Note: This ordinance provided an effective date of 9-1-2013.
(13) 
Monthly processing fee (ACH) for bank draft option, per month: $2.
[Amended 10-1-2007 by Ord. No. 07-41[12]]
[12]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also stated that its effective date is 1-1-2008.
(14) 
Replacement tags.
(a) 
(Reserved)
(b) 
Membership key tag replacement fee: $3.
(15) 
Family membership definition: can only include a maximum of two adults and dependent family members age 22 and under living in the same household (ages 19 to 22 must show proof of full-time student status). Individuals must live in the same household to qualify for family rates.[13]
[13]
Editor's Note: Subsection A(15) was amended in conjunction with Ord. No. 11-01, adopted 2-21-2011.
(16) 
Corporate/corporate partner/organization memberships.
[Amended 10-1-2007 by Ord. No. 07-41; 7-20-2009 by Ord. No. 07-45; 2-21-2011 by Ord. No. 11-01; 7-15-2013 by Ord. No. 13-30[14]]
(a) 
Corporate membership.
[1] 
A membership must be purchased by an employee of a participating corporation who has met the minimum of 10 participating employees.
[2] 
Each employee of a participating corporation shall receive a rate of $626, which approximately reflects a discount to the nonresident rate based on one free membership for every 10 individual memberships purchased.
[Amended 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
[3] 
A facility fee of $65 will be charged for each individual employee membership purchased.
[4] 
Individuals who have received a corporate membership may upgrade their membership to reflect the number of members of their household based upon residency at any time during their membership.
(b) 
Corporate partner membership.
[1] 
A membership must be purchased by an employee of a participating corporation who has met the requirement of corporate partner as established in a major sponsorship agreement with the Village and approved by the Village.
[2] 
Each employee of a participating corporate partner shall receive a rate of $562.
[Amended 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
[3] 
A facility fee of $125 will be charged for each corporate partner membership purchased.
[4] 
Individuals who have received a corporate partner membership may upgrade their membership to reflect the number of members of their household based upon residency at any time during their membership.
[14]
Editor’s Note: This ordinance provided an effective date of 9-1-2013.
(17) 
Village business rate.
(a) 
Anyone working in the Village of Pleasant Prairie will receive the Village resident rate. Proof of employment is required.
(b) 
Individuals at the Village business rate may upgrade their membership to include family members at an additional per-person charge based on residency.
(18) 
Foster children.
(a) 
Foster child annual charges. In an effort to accommodate the short-term placement of foster children and to offer sensitivity to the financial burden assumed by foster families, memberships for a foster child shall be sold as a youth additional membership with dates coinciding with the adult primary in the same household as follows:
[Amended 5-18-2009 by Ord. No. 09-39; 2-21-2011 by Ord. No. 11-01; 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
[1] 
Pleasant Prairie resident: $122.
[2] 
Nonresident: $122.
(b) 
Transferring foster children memberships. Due to the nature of short-term placement of foster children, the Village of Pleasant Prairie will allow transfer of the foster child membership in accordance with the following guidelines:
[1] 
When a new child is signed up for the amount of an initial pass and the household credit applied as payment for the second pass, a new card and membership number for the new child is then created.
[2] 
The second child will then be signed up for the amount of the initial pass and the household credit applied as payment for the second pass. A new card and membership number for the new child is then created.
[3] 
The membership dates for this "floating pass" will remain consistent with the adult primary membership dates, regardless of when the floating pass was assigned or reassigned.
[4] 
Each year, at the time of renewal for the household, this pass would also be renewed at the existing annual rate.
(19) 
Military personnel on leave. Immediate family members who are in the military and who are not included in a current paid RecPlex membership may use the RecPlex up to 30 days at no charge while on military leave. Military personnel will need to provide military identification and leave papers before a temporary thirty-day membership will be issued.
[Amended 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
(20) 
Trial membership monthly rate.
[Amended 10-1-2007 by Ord. No. 07-41; 12-15-2014 by Ord. No. 14-34]
Type
Fee
Adult
$90
Adult secondary
$30
Youth additional
$25
(a) 
The pass shall be valid 30 days from purchase.
(b) 
Only one trial membership during a twelve-month period.
(c) 
If the trial membership is converted to an annual membership within one week of expiration, the facility fee will be reduced 50% to $50.
(21) 
Summer membership.
[Added 10-1-2007 by Ord. No. 07-41[15]]
(a) 
Three months: $179.
(b) 
Available for individuals ages 14+.
(c) 
Under the age of 18 requires the signature of a legal guardian.
(d) 
Membership length is 99 days from the date of purchase.
(e) 
First calendar day to purchase is May 1.
(f) 
Last calendar day to purchase is July 22.
[15]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also stated that its effective date is 1-1-2008.
(22) 
User group partners.
[Added 5-19-2008 by Ord. No. 08-32]
(a) 
A facility user group with at least 10 current RecPlex family memberships may request to become a RecPlex user group partner. Individual members of the user group will receive membership pricing on all programs and services and, if purchased, facility usage. The user group will receive member/partner rental rates, be recognized by RecPlex as a partner, and other defined benefits exclusively reserved for RecPlex user group partners.
(b) 
The user group will run one free annual clinic or program approved by RecPlex. The partner user group will recognize and promote RecPlex on its website, printed materials and team apparel. It will communicate and encourage its members to participate in RecPlex programs or purchase RecPlex services.
(c) 
To become a user group partner, all participating members of the facility user group must purchase one of the following memberships at the start of their season:
[1] 
Corporate/organization family membership with facility usage.
[2] 
Youth membership with facility usage (14 years to 18 years of age): $250.
[Amended 12-19-2016 by Ord. No. 16-46]
[3] 
Youth membership without facility usage: $75.
(23) 
Membership options.
[Added 12-3-2012 by Ord. No. 12-43[16]]
(a) 
All current and new basic full-year memberships for residents, nonresidents, seniors, corporate, Village business et al. will be referred to as "Experience Memberships" and include access to a minimum of 30 free group fitness classes per week and other benefits as approved by the Recreation Director, Village Administrator and Village Finance Director.
(b) 
A second level, "Exercise Membership," may be added to any Primary, Spouse and Youth (14 years of age and older) Experience Membership for an additional monthly fee of $50. The "Exercise Membership" level includes free access to all group fitness classes, mind/body, aquatic fitness, trainer-led classes, unlimited tanning per State of Wisconsin guidelines and other benefits as approved by Recreation Director, Village Administrator, and Village Finance Director.
[Amended 12-2-2013 by Ord. No. 13-54]
(c) 
A third level, "Excellence Membership," may be added to any Primary, Spouse and Youth (18 years of age and older) Experience Membership or Exercise Membership and will include a discounted rate for personal training, based on a six-month commitment. Personal training will be billed at $48 each session for one time per week and $44 each session for two times per week, and other benefits as are approved by Recreation Director, Village Administrator, and Village Finance Director.
[Amended 12-2-2013 by Ord. No. 13-54]
(d) 
Additional adult membership within a household: $360 annually. "Additional adult" is defined as a nonspouse, non-full-time student, 19 years of age or older; must be related to the primary member and living in the same household. Proof of residency and family relationship required.
[Added 10-5-2015 by Ord. No. 15-35]
[16]
Editor's Note: This ordinance provided an effective date of 1-1-2013.
B. 
Rental rates.
(1) 
Rental rates schedule. See 242 Attachment fee schedule at the end of this chapter.
[Amended 9-17-2007 by Ord. No. 07-38; 3-2-2009 by Ord. No. 09-03[17]; 2-21-2011 by Ord. No. 11-01[18]; 12-19-2016 by Ord. No. 16-46]
[17]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also provided an effective date of 3-3-2009.
[18]
Editor's Note: This ordinance provided an effective date of 3-1-2011.
(2) 
(Reserved)
(3) 
Deposits required.
(a) 
At the time an application is submitted for the rental of the facilities, a refundable deposit is required as follows:
[1] 
(Reserved)
[2] 
Alcohol deposit: $250.[19]
[19]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection B(3)(a)[3], giving the deposit for LakeView Studio, which immediately followed this subsection, was repealed 5-19-2008 by Ord. No. 08-32.
(b) 
The deposit shall only be refunded upon Village inspection that there are no damages or loss of Village property. Applicants are held responsible for any costs associated with the loss or damage of Village property which may exceed the deposit of $100.
(4) 
Cancellation of rental. If a rental reservation is canceled more than 30 days prior to the scheduled event, the application deposit will be refunded. If the rental reservation is canceled within 30 days prior to the scheduled event, the deposit will be refunded only if the facility is rented during the original time reserved.
C. 
Program rates. See 242 Attachment fee schedule at the end of this chapter.
[Amended 3-2-2009 by Ord. No. 09-03[20]; 12-19-2016 by Ord. No. 16-46]
[20]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also provided an effective date of 1-1-2009.
D. 
Program services.
(1) 
Personal training. A personal trainer certified and approved to provide personal trainer services within the LakeView RecPlex may only provide personal training. Certified personal trainers approved by the Village of Pleasant Prairie shall function only under contract with the Village of Pleasant Prairie, through the auspices of the Fitness Director of the LakeView RecPlex. Personal training within the LakeView RecPlex by individuals not certified and under contract with the Village of Pleasant Prairie is not permitted. Adult and individual youth rates: See 242 Attachment 6, Program Services Fees, at the end of this chapter.
[Added 9-17-2007 by Ord. No. 07-38]
(2) 
Program services fees: See 242 Attachment fee schedule at the end of this chapter.
[Amended 3-2-2009 by Ord. No. 09-03[21]; 2-21-2011 by Ord. No. 11-01[22]]
[21]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also provided an effective date 3-3-2009.
[22]
Editor's Note: This ordinance provided an effective date of 3-1-2011.
(3) 
Personal training. A personal trainer certified and approved to provide personal trainer services within the LakeView RecPlex may only provide personal training. Certified personal trainers approved by the Village of Pleasant Prairie shall function only under contract with the Village of Pleasant Prairie, through the auspices of the Fitness Director of the LakeView RecPlex. Personal training within LakeView RecPlex by individuals not certified and under contract with the Village of Pleasant Prairie is not permitted. Adult and individual youth rates: See 242 Attachment 6, Program Service Fees, at the end of this chapter.
(a) 
(Reserved)
(b) 
(Reserved)
(c) 
Partner training equals two RecPlex members with one trainer. Personal training packages expire in six months. All sessions are 60 minutes in length. See 242 Attachment 6, Program Service Fees, at the end of this chapter.
(4) 
Massage therapy services. Massage therapists must be licensed in accordance with Chapter 225 of the Code of the Village of Pleasant Prairie. Massage therapy rates: See 242 Attachment 6, Program Service Fees, at the end of this chapter.
E. 
(Reserved)
F. 
Birthday party and field trip rates: See 242 Attachment fee schedule at the end of this chapter.
[Amended 3-2-2009 by Ord. No. 09-03[23]; 2-21-2011 by Ord. No. 11-01[24]]
[23]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also provided an effective date of 3-3-2009.
[24]
Editor's Note: This ordinance provided an effective date of 3-1-2011.
G. 
Child care. Kids Court Child Care is provided for members to use while utilizing the facility. See 242 Attachment fee schedule at the end of this chapter.
[Amended 3-2-2009 by Ord. No. 09-03[25]; 12-19-2016 by Ord. No. 16-46]
[25]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also provided an effective date of 3-3-2009.
H. 
(Reserved)[26]
[26]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection H, Summer membership special, was repealed 5-19-2008 by Ord. No. 08-32.
I. 
Miscellaneous fees.
(1) 
NSF check or NSF bank draft (ACH) fee: $25.
(2) 
Collections fee: $10.
(3) 
Program cancellation fee: $5.
J. 
Operating rules. All RecPlex members and patrons utilizing the facilities, programs and services of the Recreation Division are obligated to adhere to the following policies and expectations:
(1) 
Respect and be courteous of others at all times.
(2) 
Foul language and inappropriate gestures will not be tolerated.
(3) 
Physical violence against another individual will warrant police involvement.
(4) 
Theft and vandalism will be met with police involvement and arrest.
(5) 
Membership cards are nontransferable to family members or friends.
(6) 
Abide by general rules and regulations set forth in each division.
[1]
Editor's Note: The title of § 242-9 was amended 8-5-2013 by Ord. No. 13-35.
[2]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also provided an effective date for the fees it amended in this section of 5-1-2007.

§ 242-10 Ice Arena operation and fees.

[Added 8-16-2004 by Ord. No. 04-40; amended 11-1-2004 by Ord. No. 04-49; 6-20-2005 by Ord. No. 05-28; 8-1-2005 by Ord. No. 05-33; 9-6-2005 by Ord. No. 05-38; 2-6-2006 by Ord. No. 06-05; 9-5-2006 by Ord. No. 06-39; 9-18-2006 by Ord. No. 06-45; 4-16-2007 by Ord. No. 07-14; 9-17-2007 by Ord. No. 07-38; 5-19-2008 by Ord. No. 08-32; 7-19-2010 by Ord. No. 10-40]
A. 
Positions.
(1) 
(Reserved)
(2) 
Learn-to-Skate Staff Coach. This position is designed for the individual interested in teaching ice skating group lessons, as well as coaching private lessons in the facility. The Coach is a Village employee when teaching learn-to-skate lessons. The position may also function independently as a skating coach by contracting with Ice Arena for time to instruct.
(3) 
Rink Professionals. This position is designed for the individuals dedicated to coaching private lessons at the professional level and committed to providing quality, personal coaching services to our figure skating customers; they are considered independent contractors.
(4) 
Visiting Professionals. This position is designed for the individuals interested in coaching private lessons on an intermittent basis.
(5) 
Director of Recreation. This position is responsible for management and operation of Ice Arena.
B. 
Ice facility fees.
(1) 
Birthday party and field trip rates: See 242 Attachment 5, Birthday Package and Field Trip Fees, at the end of this chapter.
(2) 
Rental rates.
(a) 
Ice rentals:
[1] 
September through March:
[a] 
Prime time: $270/hour per sheet.
[Amended 8-5-2013 by Ord. No. 13-35]
[b] 
Non-prime time: $150/hour per sheet.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection B(2)(a)[1][c], concerning late night rental, was repealed 8-5-2013 by Ord. No. 13-35.
[2] 
April through August:
[a] 
Prime time: $200/hour per sheet.
[Amended 5-19-2008 by Ord. No. 08-32; 8-5-2013 by Ord. No. 13-35]
[b] 
Non-prime time: $150/hour per sheet.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection B(2)(a)[2][c], concerning late night rental, was repealed 8-5-2013 by Ord. No. 13-35.
[3] 
Prime time: 8:00 a.m. through 10:00 p.m.
[Amended 8-5-2013 by Ord. No. 13-35]
[4] 
Late night: 12:00 midnight to 6:00 a.m. daily.
[5] 
The Recreation Director shall have the authority to establish ice rentals at a market rate when he/she determines that ice is available.
[Added 7-19-2010 by Ord. No. 10-40]
(b) 
Storage cage rental (space under bleachers):
[1] 
Monthly: $50.
[2] 
Weekend: $25 (Friday and Saturday night).
[3] 
Two nights: $25 (any two consecutive nights).
(c) 
All rental fees are subject to sales tax, which will be added to the above rental rate.
(d) 
Event impact fee. Ice Arena reserves the right to charge an event impact fee for special events that require excess staff and or cleaning time. This fee will be noted prior to the beginning of the contracted special event.
(e) 
Agreements. All rentals unless otherwise stated will begin with a resurfaced sheet of ice. The Ice Arena charges for block ice, which means the user is responsible for paying hourly rental rate from the time the rental begins until the time the rental ends. Ice resurfacing is included in the hourly charge for consecutive rentals but will detract from your actual ice time.
(f) 
Rental cancellation policy.
[1] 
Cancellation of ice time. Written notice must be given to cancel an ice rental. An administrative fee of $25 per slot will be charged for canceling. If canceled 30 days or more before the rental day, the rental group or individual will not be responsible for the full rental fee but will be charged the administrative fee of $25 per slot. If less than 30 days’ notice is given, the rental group or individual will be responsible for the administrative fee of $25 per slot plus the full rental fee if the ice is not rented to another group.
[2] 
Rescheduling of ice time. Written notice must be given to reschedule ice rental. An administrative fee of $25 per slot will be charged for rescheduling with at least a seven-day notice. If less than a seven-day notice is given, the rental group or individual will be charged an administrative fee of $45 per slot. If the ice is rerented, a fee of $25 per slot will be assessed.
(g) 
Rental adjustment policy. The above rate structure may be adjusted as necessary to meet Ice Arena needs. A minimum of 30 days will be given to contracted users groups prior to adjustment of hourly rental fees.
(3) 
Contracted professional skating instructors.
(a) 
Guidelines. Only skating professionals approved by Ice Arena staff will be permitted to teach on open freestyle sessions. At the discretion of the Ice Arena Managers, private lessons may be permitted during open skating sessions. Proof of insurance and signed contract must be provided before services can be rendered. All professional skating instructors must pay each month, prior to coaching that month. Visiting professionals must pay prior to each visit.
[Amended 8-5-2013 by Ord. No. 13-35]
(b) 
Learn-to-Skate Coach: no fee.
(c) 
Rink professionals: no fee.
[Amended 8-5-2013 by Ord. No. 13-35]
(4) 
(Reserved)
(5) 
Public skate and family skate. Fees:
[Amended 8-5-2013 by Ord. No. 13-35]
(a) 
Three and under: free.
(b) 
Under 60: $6.
(c) 
Sixty and over: $5.
(d) 
Teen night: $8.
(e) 
Teen lock-in: $25.
(6) 
Skate rental.
(a) 
Open skate fee: $4.
[Amended 8-5-2013 by Ord. No. 13-35]
(b) 
Program usage per class: $1.[3]
[3]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection B(7), Annual skate pass, which immediately followed this subsection, was repealed 8-5-2013 by Ord. No. 13-35.
C. 
Program fees. See attachment.
D. 
Adult hockey league liquor license. A Class "B" fermented malt beverage liquor license for the sale of beer during adult hockey league programs from 10:00 p.m. to 12:00 midnight is permitted on a one-year trial basis. The sale of beer will only be allowed to adult hockey league participants and will be sold and consumed only in the Ice Arena Party Rooms A and B. The Village Administrator or his designee may at any time cancel said program if a violation occurs.

§ 242-11 Severability.

[Amended 8-16-2004 by Ord. No. 04-40; amended 11-1-2004 by Ord. No. 04-49]
The provisions of this chapter shall be deemed severable, and it is expressly declared that the Village Board would have passed the other provisions of this chapter irrespective of whether or not one or more provisions may be declared invalid. If any provision of this chapter or the application to any person or circumstances is held invalid, the remainder of the chapter and the application of such provisions to other persons or circumstances shall not be affected.

§ 242-12 Violations and penalties; enforcement.

[Amended 8-16-2004 by Ord. No. 04-40; amended 11-1-2004 by Ord. No. 04-49]
A. 
Any person who violates the provisions of this chapter shall, upon conviction, forfeit not less than $10 nor more than $500 for each violation, plus the costs of prosecution The penalty for nonpayment of any such forfeiture and costs shall be imprisonment in the Kenosha County Jail until payment thereof, but not exceeding six months Each day a violation exists or continues shall constitute a separate violation.
B. 
The Director of Recreation or his/her designees shall administer and enforce the provisions of this chapter, all state laws and rules and regulations related to the Village parks. Issuance of citations for violations of said regulations is hereby authorized.

§ 242-13 Other requirements.

[Amended 8-16-2004 by Ord. No. 04-40; amended 11-1-2004 by Ord. No. 04-49; 12-3-2012 by Ord. No. 12-43[1]]
A. 
The Director of Recreation has authority to act in the best interest of the RecPlex (a Village of Pleasant Prairie enterprise entity), including operating outside ordinance fees, when considering new programs, marketing promotions, memberships, special rates, or implementing any business practice as related to all sections of Chapter 242 of the Village ordinances, if approved by Village Administrator. If exception to ordinance proves beneficial and recurrent, the ordinance shall be amended upon earliest opportunity.
B. 
All other Village ordinances or other local, state or federal regulations that are relevant shall also apply.
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Editor's Note: This ordinance provided an effective date of 1-1-2013.