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City of Chesterfield, MO
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Cross references — Department of Public Works, § 2-166 et seq; Division of Parks and Recreation, § 2-181; animals and fowl, Ch. 5; illegal hunting or taking of game, § 5-1; unified development, Ch. 31
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State law reference — Parks and recreation in cities of third class, RSMo. §§ 90.500 — 90.570.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017[1]]
No person shall operate a motor vehicle upon any unpaved area within a Chesterfield city park unless the area is specifically designated and posted to permit the operation of such vehicles in that area.
[1]
Editor's Note: Former Chapter 22, Park and Recreation, Sections 22-1 through 22-49, which derived from Ord. No. 2552, § 1 (Exh. A), 8-3-2009; Ord. No. 2738 §§ 1 — 2.3-4-2013 was repealed 2-22-2017 by § 2 of Ord. No. 2938.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
Trucks larger than a three-fourth (3/4) ton pickup truck and buses are prohibited from entering into a city park unless specific permission for same is obtained from the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts or his/her designee. Trucks and buses having secured permission must park in areas so designated by the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts or his/her designee or police.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
The Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts is hereby authorized to establish rules, which he/she determines are necessary to properly maintain, operate, develop, or construct city parks, facilities and/or trail areas, or to assure the safety of users of said parks and recreation facilities.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
City parks, facilities, and trail areas shall be open for public use during the period from sunrise to sunset with the exception of special use facilities such as aquatic centers, athletic complexes, amphitheaters; and in instances of special events and festivals, etc. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons (other than city personnel and/or concession/vending operators conducting city business therein) to occupy or be present in said park during any hours in which the park is not open to the public, unless written permission for extended use has been obtained from the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts or his/her designee.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
The city through its representatives, agents and employees, reserves the right to control the use of all city parks, facilities, and trail areas. In general, all city parks, facilities, and trail areas are to be open for the use by its residents; however, the city reserves the right to restrict the use of city parks, facilities, and trail areas or portion thereof for programs, special events, festivals, rentals, construction, and ongoing maintenance and operations.
(b) 
No organized programs, camps, special events, festivals, walks, runs, rides, etc., shall take place in a city park, facility and/or trail area without the expressed written consent of the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts.
(c) 
The city through its representatives, agents, and employees, reserves the right to control all activities at any city park, facility and/or trail area and to eject any person(s) who is objectionable and causes disfavor to the rules and regulations.
(d) 
Park patrons, lessee's agents, servants, employees, assigns, successors, invitees, and licensees at all times agree to fully abide by all Federal, State, County and municipal laws and ordinances.
(e) 
No private property may be placed on or in city parks, facilities and/or trail areas without the expressed written consent of the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts or his/her designee.
(f) 
The city will not assume any responsibility for any private property that may be approved for placement.
(g) 
The city shall have the sole right to determine any and all decisions regarding the condition and usage of the parks, facilities and trail areas.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
No person shall, without a permit:
(1) 
Conduct a public assembly, parade, picnic, or other event involving more than twenty (20) individuals;
(2) 
Conduct any exhibit, music or dramatic performance, fair, circus, concert, play, radio or television broadcast, other than a news transmission;
(3) 
Create or emit any amplified sound, except from a radio, recorder or other device possessed and used by an individual for his/her own enjoyment and operated in such a manner so as not to interfere with the use and enjoyment by another person;
(4) 
Station or erect any building, tent, canopy, stand, bandstand, stage, tower, scaffold, sound stage, platform, rostrum or other structure.
Permits may be obtained from the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts. Permits may be issued pursuant to the guidelines set forth in Section 22-20.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
A permit for the use of a specific park, park area, facility or trail area may be obtained by applying to the Parks, Recreation and Arts Department in advance of the date for which the use of a specific park, park area, facility or trail area is sought. Persons issued a permit for the use of a specific park, park area, facility or trail area shall have preference to the use of the specific park, park area, facility or trail area reserved upon the dates and during the times indicated on the permit. A permit shall generally be issued when:
(1) 
The proposed activity or use of the park, facility or trail area will not reasonably interfere with or detract from the general public's enjoyment of the park, facility and/or trail area.
(2) 
The proposed activity or use is not reasonably anticipated to incite violence, crime or disorderly conduct.
(3) 
The proposed activity or use will not entail unusual, extraordinary or burdensome expense, and/or police/maintenance operation by the city.
(4) 
The location for the proposed activity or use is in an area deemed suitable by the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts.
(5) 
The issuance of such permit shall not result in crowded or congested conditions due to the issuance of prior permits for the same day, or due to the anticipated number of attendees for the planned event.
(6) 
The proposed activity, use and/or equipment are deemed not to be a safety or liability issue.
(b) 
Lessee is responsible to see that all activities are properly controlled; all rules are enforced, and must have a designated person(s) of authority on site at all times.
(c) 
Lessee agrees that he/she will, to the extent possible, take every action necessary to prevent any and all disorderly or boisterous conduct or immoral practices of any kind and/or about the premises by its agents, servants, employees, assigns, successors, invitees and licensees.
(d) 
The city through its representatives, agents, and employees, may revoke the usage of any permit previously granted at any time if it is determined that the application for permit contained any misrepresentation or false statement, or that any condition set forth in the policies governing the permit requested is not being complied with, or that the safety of the participants in the activities of the applicant or other patrons of or visitors to the park, facility and/or trail area is endangered by the continuation of such activity.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
No person shall bring any animal into areas of a park, facility and/or trail area that have been marked by signs bearing that animals/pets are not allowed.
(b) 
No person shall bring any animal into playground areas.
(c) 
No person shall permit the running of a domestic animal at large, unless in a designated area such as a "Dog Park" or an "Off-Leash" area.
(d) 
Except as part of an organized, authorized, or supervised Parks, Recreation and Arts Program or in a designated area such as a "Dog Park" or an "Off-Leash" area, all domesticated animals where permitted shall be restrained by a leash no more than six (6) feet in length and held by a competent person.
(e) 
No vicious animal of any kind shall be brought into the park, facility and/or trail area at any time even though restrained as described above.
(f) 
No person shall ride or otherwise bring any horse, mule, pony or other such riding animal in any of the parks, facility and/or trail area, except where posted for use of special trails, etc., or unless special written permission for said use is obtained in advance from the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts.
(g) 
Where permitted, horses shall be thoroughly broken and properly restrained, and ridden with due care, and shall not be allowed to graze or go unattended.
(h) 
No animal shall be tethered to any bush, tree, shrub, or to any park structure.
(i) 
Any person bringing an animal into the parks, facilities and/or trail areas shall remove and dispose of all feces left by such animal.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
No person shall throw, discharge, or otherwise place or cause to be placed in the waters of any fountain, pond, lake, stream, storm sewer or drain flowing into such waters, any substances matter or thing, liquid or solid, which will or may result in the pollution of the waters.
(b) 
No person shall litter or cause to be littered any of the grounds, driveways, buildings or other structures of the parks, facilities, and/or trail areas by scattering, dumping, or leaving paper, garbage, cans, broken glass, bottles, ashes, rubbish, waste, or other trash. All such rubbish or waste shall be placed in the proper receptacles where they are provided. Where receptacles are not provided, all rubbish or waste shall be carried away from the park, facility and/or trail area by the person responsible for its presence and properly disposed of elsewhere.
(c) 
No person shall bring in or dump, deposit or leave any bottles, broken glass, ashes, paper, boxes, cans, dirt, rubbish, waste, garbage, refuse, or other trash.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
No person shall build or attempt to build a fire in a park, facility and/or trail area except in an approved container and with written approval from the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts.
(b) 
No person who has built any fire shall leave the place where the fire was built without first completely extinguishing the fire.
(c) 
No person shall drop, throw, or otherwise scatter lighted matches, burning cigarettes or cigars, tobacco paper or other inflammable material, within any park, facility and/or trail area.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
No person shall smoke or use tobacco products (pipes, cigars and cigarettes) or vaping with e-cigarettes, in any City park, facility and/or trail area, with the exception of parking lot areas.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
Camping, whether in vehicles or not, is prohibited in city parks, facilities and/or trail areas unless where specific written approval has been made by the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
No person shall erect, hang, or construct any tent/awning/canopy in any City park, facility and/or trail area unless where specific approval has been made by the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts or his/her designee.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
No person in a city park, facility and/or trail area shall:
(1) 
Willfully mark, deface, disfigure, injure, tamper with, displace or remove any building, bridge, table, bench, fireplace, railing, paving or paving material, water line or other public utility or parts or appurtenances thereof; sign, notice, or placard whether temporary or permanent; monument, stake, post or other boundary marker; or other structure or equipment, facility, trail or park property or appurtenances whatsoever, either real or personal.
(2) 
Dig or remove any soil, rock, stone, sand, shrub, tree or plants, downed timber or other wood or materials, or make any excavation by tool, equipment, blasting or other means or agency.
(3) 
Construct or erect any building or structure of whatever kind, whether permanent or temporary in character, or run or string any public service utility into, upon or across such lands, except on special written permit by the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts.
(4) 
Damage, cut, carve, transplant or remove any tree or plant, or injure the bark thereof; or pick the flowers or seeds of any tree or plant; or attach any rope, wire or other contrivance to any tree or plant; or dig in or otherwise disturb grass areas; or in any other way injure or impair the natural beauty or usefulness of any area.
(5) 
Climb any tree or walk, stand or sit upon monuments, vases, fountains, railings, fences or upon any other property not designated or customarily used for such purposes.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
No person shall carry or have in his/her possession any firearm, air pistol, air rifle, bow and arrow or any other instrument capable of launching or firing any projectile or noxious substance, whether propelled by gunpowder, gas, air, spring, or any other means, while within any park, facility, trail area, roadway, driveway, or other public place of the department. This Section shall not apply to any law enforcement officer authorized by law to carry a weapon within the parks, facilities and/or trail areas.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
No person shall bring a bicycle(s) into any areas of a park, facility and/or trail areas that have been marked by signs bearing that bicycle usage is prohibited.
(b) 
It is required that children between the age of one (1) and seventeen (17) wear an approved helmet (Snell or ANSI standards) when riding a bicycle in a City park, facility and/or trail area.
(c) 
No person shall leave a bicycle in a place other than a bicycle rack when such is provided and space is available.
(d) 
No person shall leave a bicycle lying on the pavement or in any place or position where other persons may trip over it or be injured by it.
(e) 
No person shall ride a bicycle on other than a graveled, wood chipped or paved vehicular road or path designated for that purpose, except a bicyclist may wheel or push a bicycle by hand over any grassy area or wooded trail or on any paved area reserved for pedestrian use.
(f) 
No person shall fail to comply with all traffic rules and regulations as apply to the operation of bicycles on City streets.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
No person shall ride or otherwise bring any skateboards, in-line skates, coasters, scooters or any other such riding apparatus in any parks, facilities and/or trail areas except where posted for designated use (designated trails/pathways, skateboard parks, etc.).
(b) 
It is required that children between the age of one (1) and seventeen (17) wear an approved helmet (Snell or ANSI standards) when riding skateboards, in-line skates, coasters, scooters, hover board, or any other such riding apparatus in a City park, facility and/or trail area.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
No person shall solicit alms or contributions for any purpose whatsoever, whether public or private within any of the parks, facilities, and/or trail areas, except by written permission of the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts, when such solicitations are of direct benefit to the Parks, Recreation and Arts Department's purposes and programs.
(b) 
No person shall offer to sell or exchange any article or thing, or do any hawking, peddling or soliciting of sales, or buy or offer to buy any article or thing in any of the parks, facilities, and/or trail areas, except when acting pursuant to a concession/vending contract or with the written permission of the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts or his/her designee.
(c) 
No person shall paste, glue, tack, place signs on windshields of cars or otherwise post any sign, placard, advertisement or inscription whatsoever, or erect or cause to be erected any sign on any public lands or highways or roads adjacent to a park, facility and/or trail area without the expressed written consent of the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts.
(d) 
No person shall announce, advertise or call the public attention in any way to any article or service for sale or hire without the expressed written consent of the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts.
(e) 
No person shall campaign or solicit for petition whether public or private within any of the parks, facilities, and/or trail areas, except by written permission of the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts, when such solicitations are of direct benefit to the city's purposes and programs.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
The city reserves the exclusive right to all concession and vending at all parks, facilities and/or trail areas. This shall include, but is not limited to food/beverage operations, bicycle and boat rentals, t-shirt and novelty sales, etc.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
No person shall enter an area or roadway in a park, facility and/or trail area closed to public access, unless authorized by the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts or his/her designee.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
Persons operating a motor vehicle within a city park, facility and/or trail area shall operate the same in a careful and prudent manner.
(b) 
No person shall drive any motor vehicle on a driveway located in any of the city parks, facilities and/or trail areas at any speed over the posted speed limit.
(c) 
No person in a park, facility and/or trail area shall drive any vehicle on any area except the graveled or paved park and/or facility roads or parking areas provided for that purpose, or such other areas as may on occasion be specifically designated as temporary parking areas by the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts.
(d) 
No person in a park, facility and/or trail area shall park a vehicle in other than an established or designated parking area, and such use shall be in accordance with the posted directions thereat and with the instruction of any attendant who may be present.
(e) 
No person shall leave, park or stop a motor vehicle within any city park, facility and/or trail area after the designated closing time unless authorized by the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts or his/her designee.
(f) 
No trucks, buses, or other commercial vehicle exceeding a gross weight of eight thousand (8,000) pounds may enter any city park, facility and/or trail area unless specific permission in writing is obtained from the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts or his/her designee. This does not include vehicles delivering to or coming from the parks, facility and/or trail area, or vehicles engaged in work for the city.
(g) 
No person shall leave a parked vehicle in a city park, facility and/or trail area for the purpose of carpooling or the advertisement to sell said vehicle.
(h) 
No person shall operate a golf cart and/or utility cart on or in a city park, facility and/or trail area without the expressed written consent of the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts or his/her designee.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
No person shall bring into any city park, facility and/or trail area any glass bottles or containers.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
No person shall gamble, or participate in or abet any games of chance in a park, facility and/or trail area.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
The use of amusement rides, inflatables, games, booths, activities, portable barbeque pits, bands and DJ's, etc., are prohibited in any city park, facility and/or trail area unless specifically approved in writing by the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts or his/her designee.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
It shall be unlawful for any person in a park, facility and/or trail area to swim, bathe or wade in any waters or waterways in or adjacent to any park, facility, and/or trail area, except in such waters and at such places as are provided therefore, and in compliance with such regulation as are herein set forth or may be hereafter adopted. Nor shall any person frequent any waters or places customarily designated for the purpose of swimming or bathing, or congregate thereat, when such activity is prohibited by the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts or his/her designee upon finding that such use of the water would be dangerous or otherwise inadvisable.
(1) 
Certain Hours. It shall be unlawful for any person in a park, facility and/or trail area to frequent any waters or places designated for the purpose of swimming or bathing, or congregating thereat, except between such hours of the day as shall be designated by the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts or his/her designee for such purposes for each individual area.
(2) 
Bath Houses And Restrooms. It shall be unlawful for any person in a park, facility and/or trail area to dress or undress on any beach, or in any vehicle or other place, except in such restrooms, bathing houses or structures as provided for that purpose.
(3) 
No person shall be indecently exposed or nude in a park, facility and/or trail area unless in a bath house or restroom.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
No person shall bring into or operate any boat, raft or other water craft, whether motor-powered or not, upon any waters, except at places designated for boating by the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts, or as part of an organized, authorized, or supervised Parks, Recreation and Arts Program/Special Event or when acting pursuant to a concessions/vending contract. Such activities shall be in accordance with applicable regulations as are now or may hereafter be adopted.
(1) 
River's Edge is open for boating, canoeing, kayaking or paddle boarding from sunrise to sunset. No motorized boats or motorized floating devices, this includes electric, gas or solar-powered trolling motors.
(2) 
Youth fifteen (15) years of age and under are required to wear a coastguard approved personal flotation device while on the water. If you are sixteen (16) years of age or older you must have a coastguard approved personal flotation device in your possession while on the water at all times.
(3) 
No public motor vehicles are allowed on any access or trails to River's Edge Park without written permission by the city.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
No person shall go onto the ice on any body of water in any park, facility or trail area.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
No person shall sleigh ride or snow board on/in any city park, facility and/or trail area.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
Except as otherwise provided herein, fishing is allowed in waters or waterways in or adjacent to any park, facility and/or trail pursuant to the Missouri Conservation Commission rules, Ch. 252, RSMo.
(1) 
No person shall fish off-shore in a park, facility and/or trail area, except where such locations have been specifically designated for such activity.
(2) 
Fishing at the Central Park Lake is catch and release only unless you have written permission from the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts or his/her designee.
(3) 
No trapping or jug fishing allowed.
(4) 
The lake may be closed to fishing during special events.
(5) 
When fishing, only one (1) fishing pole per person at catch and release sites and catch and keep sites.
(6) 
All State fishing regulations apply unless additional rules are posted, see https://huntfish.mdc.mo.gov/fishing/regulations.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
No person shall hunt, molest, harm, trap, kill, shoot at any animal, reptile or bird; or remove the eggs or nest or young of any bird; except snakes known to be deadly poisonous in any city park, facility and/or trail area.
(b) 
No person shall give or offer to give any animal or bird any noxious substance.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
The use of intoxicating beverages within the parks, facilities and/or trails is acceptable, with exception of where specifically prohibited by the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts.
(b) 
No person shall enter any of the parks, facilities and/or trails while in an intoxicated condition nor shall that person remain therein while in an intoxicated condition whether intoxicated at the time of entering the parks, facilities and/or trail area or becoming intoxicated after entering.
(c) 
No one shall sell alcoholic beverages of any kind in a park, facility and/or trail area except when acting pursuant to a concession/vending contract.
(d) 
No minor shall possess or consume any intoxicating beverages at any time in any park, facility and/or trail areas.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
Except as expressively permitted by the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts, no person in a park, facility and/or trail shall bring or have in his/her possession, or set off or otherwise cause to explode or discharge or burn, any firecracker, torpedo, rocket, or other fireworks or explosives of inflammable material; nor shall any person throw them into any such area from land or highway adjacent thereto. This prohibition includes any substance, compound, mixture, or article that in conjunction with any other substance or compound would be dangerous.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
No person in a park, facility and/or trail area shall take part in or abet the playing of any games involving thrown or otherwise propelled objects such as stones, arrows, javelins, lawn darts, golf, remote controlled model airplanes, model cars, drones, and horseshoes except in areas set apart for such forms of recreation or upon the written approval of the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts.
(b) 
No person in a park, facility and/or trail area shall take part in or set up/construct the plying of any games which require driven stakes, excavation, or other physical disturbance of the parks grounds; except in areas set apart for such forms of recreation or upon written approval of the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
Definitions And Rules Of Construction. The following definitions and rules of construction apply to this Section.
CITY TRAIL
Any trail maintained or operated by the Parks, Recreation and Arts Department for use by pedestrians or cyclists.
CYCLE
Any device, other than a wheelchair, which is propelled by human power and has one (1) or more wheels at least twenty (20) inches in diameter and a frame size of at least fourteen (14) inches.
PEDESTRIAN
Includes any person walking, jogging, running, in-line skating or riding in a wheelchair.
WHEELCHAIR
A chair mounted on wheels for use by disabled individuals.
(b) 
Trail Use By Motorized Equipment/Vehicles. All motorized vehicles (cars, trucks, motorcycles, go karts, Segway's, toy vehicles, etc.), except for electrically-assisted powered-mobility devices for persons with disabilities (wheelchairs and scooters) shall not use any trail, except for official and emergency vehicles.
(c) 
Trail Use By Cyclists.
(1) 
It is required that children between the age of one (1) and seventeen (17) wear an approved helmet (Snell or ANSI Standards) when riding a bicycle on a city trail.
(2) 
Every person operating a cycle upon a city trail shall ride as near to the right side of the trail as practicable, exercising due care when passing a pedestrian or other cyclist.
(3) 
Persons operating cycles upon a city trail shall ride, single file when passing a pedestrian or other cyclist.
(4) 
Every person operating a cycle upon a city trail shall give an audible signal before passing a pedestrian or another cyclist.
(5) 
Every person operating a cycle upon a city trail shall at all times exercise the highest degree of care to avoid colliding with another trail user, and shall always yield to pedestrians.
(d) 
Trail Use By Pedestrians.
(1) 
Pedestrians on a city trail shall remain as near to the right side of the trail as practicable.
(2) 
Every pedestrian on a city trail shall give an audible signal before passing another pedestrian or cyclist.
(e) 
Trail Use By Dogs.
(1) 
All dogs shall be restrained by a leash no more than six (6) feet in length. The dog shall be reined in to within four (4) feet of the responsible person whenever it approaches or is approached by another trail user.
(2) 
Any person bringing a dog onto a city trail shall remove and dispose of all feces left by such dog.
(f) 
Trail Use By Horses. It shall be unlawful for any person in a park, facility and/or trail area to ride a horse, except on designated bridle trails. Where permitted, horses shall be thoroughly broken and properly restrained, and ridden with due care, and shall not be allowed to graze or go unattended, nor shall they be hitched to any rock, tree or shrub.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
No person(s) in a park, facility and/or trail area shall take part in the taking of organized photo, film or video shoots, etc., without the expressed written consent of the Director of Parks, Recreation and Arts or his/her designee.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
The provision of these rules and regulations shall not be applicable to City employees or contractors of the city, while actually engaged in their official duties, nor shall the provisions of these rules and regulations be applicable to city officials while attending to park business.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
All gardeners are required to complete an application form along with payment for plot usage.
(b) 
Planting of illegal plants is strictly prohibited.
(c) 
Tobacco products are strictly prohibited which includes; pipes, cigars, cigarettes or vaping with e-cigarettes.
(d) 
Pets, drugs, alcohol, boom boxes and fires are not allowed in the garden.
(e) 
The applications of herbicides (weed killers) is strictly prohibited.
(f) 
Garden hours are from sunrise to sunset.
[Ord. No. 2938 § 2, 2-22-2017]
(a) 
All dogs in the dog park must be registered as a current member of the dog park.
(b) 
All dogs must be spayed or neutered.
(c) 
No dogs under four (4) months of age in the dog park.
(d) 
Dog feces (and/or dog waste) must be picked up and disposed of properly by owners immediately.
(e) 
Owners are legally responsible for their dogs and any injuries or damages caused by their dogs.
(f) 
All dog altercations where a dog or person is injured needs to be reported immediately to the Chesterfield Police Department at 636-537-3000 and a report needs to be filed.
(g) 
All dogs are to be on a leash until inside the fenced in transition area when visiting the park.
(h) 
Dogs in the dog park that have overly aggressive behavior, been in fights or caused harm to other dogs or patrons can be banned from the dog park.
(i) 
Dog owners must closely supervise their dogs and at no time may the owner leave the fenced area without his/her dogs.
(j) 
All dogs must have been vaccinated and legally licensed prior to using the off leash area and must wear a current Chesterfield Dog Park tag and ownership tag.
(k) 
No children under ten (10) years of age allowed in the dog park.
(l) 
Youth between the ages of ten (10) and fifteen (15) must be supervised by an adult.
(m) 
Dog handlers or owners in the dog park must be at least sixteen (16) years old.
(n) 
There is to be no alcoholic beverages, food, dog treats or rawhide items in the dog park.
(o) 
No animals other than dogs are to be brought into the dog park.