Editor's Note: For regulations concerning beaches and the Promenade, see Chapter 21, Beaches, Boardwalk and Protection of Dunes in this Code.
[Ord. No. 824 §§ 1,2; Ord. No. 1504 (2011) § XVIII; Ord. No. 1618 (2018) § 4]
No person in a public park area shall:
Willfully mark, deface, disfigure, injure, tamper with or displace or remove any buildings, bridges, tables, benches, fireplaces, railing, pavings or paving materials, water lines or other public utilities or parts or appurtenances thereof, signs, notices or placards, whether temporary or permanent, monuments, stakes, posts or other boundary markers, or other structures or equipment, facilities or park property or appurtenances whatsoever, either real or personal.
Fail to cooperate in maintaining restrooms and washrooms in a neat and sanitary condition. No person over the age of six years shall use the restrooms and washrooms designated for the opposite sex.
Dig or remove any soil, rock, sand, stones, trees, shrubs or plants or other wood or materials, or make any excavation by tool, equipment, blasting or other means or agency.
Construct or erect any building or structure of whatever kind, whether permanent or temporary, or run or string any public service utility into, upon or across such lands, except on special written permit issued hereunder.
Damage, cut, carve, transplant, or remove any tree or plant or injure the bark, or pick flowers or seeds of any tree or plant, dig in or otherwise disturb grass areas, or in any other way injure the natural beauty or usefulness of any area.
Climb any tree or walk, stand or sit upon monuments, vases, planters, fountains, railings, fences or upon any other property not designated or customarily used for such purposes.
Tie or hitch an animal to any tree or plant.
Hunt, molest, harm, frighten, kill, trap, pursue, chase, tease, shoot or throw missiles at any animal, wildlife or bird; nor shall be/she remove or have in his/her possession the young of any wild animal, or the eggs or nest or young of any bird.
Throw, discharge or otherwise place or cause to be placed in the waters of any fountain or other body of water in or adjacent to any park or any tributary stream, storm sewer or drain flowing into such water, any substance, matter or thing, liquid or solid, which will or may result in the pollution of the waters.
Have brought in or shall dump in, deposit or leave any bottles, broken glass, ashes, paper, boxes, cans, dirt, rubbish, waste, garbage or refuse or other trash. No such refuse or trash shall be placed in any waters in or contiguous to any park or left anywhere on the grounds thereof, but shall be placed in the proper receptacles where these are provided; where receptacles are not provided, all such rubbish or waste shall be carried away from the park by the person responsible for its presence and properly disposed of elsewhere.
Drive any vehicle on any area except parking areas or such areas as may on occasion be specifically designated as temporary areas by the Division of Recreation.
Park a vehicle in other than an established or designated parking area, and such will be in accordance with posted directions thereat and with the instruction of any attendant who may be present.
Leave a vehicle standing or parked at night in established parking areas or elsewhere in the park areas.
Leave a bicycle in a place other than a bicycle rack when such is provided and there is space available.
Ride a bicycle without reasonable regard to the safety of others.
Leave a bicycle lying on the grounds or paving or set against trees, or in any place or position where other persons may trip over or be injured by them.
Swim, bathe or wade in any waters or waterways in or adjacent to any park, except in such waters and at such places as are provided therefor, and in compliance with such regulations as are herein set forth or may be hereinafter adopted. Nor shall any person frequent any waters or places customarily designated for the purpose of swimming or bathing, or congregate thereat when such activities are prohibited by the Division of Recreation upon a finding that such use of the water would be dangerous or otherwise inadvisable.
Frequent any waters or places designated for the purposes of swimming or bathing, or congregate thereat except between such hours of the day as shall be designated by the Division of Recreation for such purposes for each individual site.
Erect, maintain, use or occupy on or in any beach or bathing area any tent, shelter or structure of any kind unless there shall be an unobstructed view into the tent, shelter or structure from at least two sides, nor shall any guy wire, rope or extension brace or support be connected or fastened from any such structure to any other structure, stake, rock or other object outside thereof.
Bring in or operate any boat, raft or other watercraft, whether motor powered or not, upon any waters except at places designated for boating by the Division of Recreation. Such activity shall be in accordance with applicable regulations as are now or hereafter adopted.
Navigate, direct or handle any boat in such a manner as to unjustifiably or unnecessarily annoy or frighten or endanger the occupant of any other boat.
Launch, dock or operate any boat of any kind on any water between the closing hour of the park at night and the opening hour of the park the following morning, nor shall any person be on, remain on or in any boat during closed hours of the park.
Fish in any waters except in waters designated by the Division of Recreation for that use and under such regulations and restrictions as have or may be prescribed by the Division of Recreation.
Fish in any area where bathing is permitted.
No person shall carry or possess firearms of any description or air rifles, spring guns, bows and arrows, slings or any other forms of weapons potentially inimical to wildlife and dangerous to human safety, or any instrument that can be loaded with and fire blank cartridges or any kind of trapping device. Shooting into park areas from beyond park boundaries is forbidden.
Picnic or lunch in a place other than those designated for that purpose. Attendants shall have the authority to regulate activities in such areas when necessary to prevent congestion and to secure the maximum use for the comfort and convenience of all. Visitors shall comply with any directions given to achieve this end.
Use any portion of the picnic area or any of the buildings or structures therein for the purpose of holding picnics to the exclusion of other persons, nor shall any person use such areas and facilities for an unreasonable time if the facilities are crowded.
Take part in or abet the playing of any games involving thrown or otherwise propelled objects such as balls, stones, arrows, javelins, horseshoes, quoits or model airplanes except in those areas set apart for such forms of recreation. The playing of rough or comparatively dangerous games such as football, baseball and lacrosse is prohibited except on the fields and courts or areas provided therefor. Roller skating shall be confined to those areas specifically designed for such pastime.
Permit the entry of a dog or other domestic animal owned or possessed by such person into parks or recreation areas. Nothing herein shall be construed as permitting the running of dogs at large.
Carry or possess any toy guns or firearms, including, but not limited to, water guns and paint ball guns.
While in a public park, all persons shall conduct themselves in a proper and orderly manner and, in particular, no person shall:
Bring alcoholic beverages, drink the same at any time nor shall any person be under the influence of intoxicating liquor in a park.
Have in his/her possession or set or otherwise cause to explode or discharge or burn any firecrackers, torpedo rockets or other fireworks, firecrackers or explosives of inflammable material, or discharge them or throw them into any such areas from lands or highways adjacent thereto. This prohibition includes any substance, compound, mixture or article that in conjunction with any other substance or compound would be dangerous from any of the foregoing standpoints.
Appear at any place in other than proper clothing.
Solicit alms or contributions for any purpose, whether public or private.
Sleep or protractedly lounge on the seats or benches or other areas or engage in loud, boisterous, threatening, abusive, insulting or indecent language or engage in any disorderly conduct or behavior tending to breach the public peace.
Fail to produce and exhibit any permit from the Division of Recreation he/she claims to have upon request of any authorized person who shall desire to inspect the same for the purpose of enforcing compliance with any ordinance or rule.
Disturb or interfere unreasonably with any person or party occupying any area or participating in any activity under the authority of a permit.
Expose or offer for sale any article or thing, nor shall be/she station or place any stand, cart or vehicle for the transportation, sale or display of any such article or thing. Exception is here made as to any regularly licensed concessionaire acting by and under the authority and regulation of the Division of Recreation.
Fires of every kind are prohibited.
Paste, glue, tack or otherwise post any sign, placard, advertisement or inscription whatever, nor shall any person erect or cause to be erected any sign whatever on any public lands or highways or roads adjacent to a park.
[Ord. No. 824 § 3; Ord. No. 1618 (2018) § 5]
Except for unusual and unforeseen emergencies, parks shall be open to the public every day of the year during the designated hours. The opening and closing hours shall be posted therein for public information and shall be determined from time to time by resolution of the Division of Recreation. Any section or part of any park may be declared closed to the public by the Division of Recreation at any time and for any interval of time, either temporarily or at regular and stated intervals (daily or otherwise) and either entirely or merely to certain uses as the Division of Recreation shall find reasonably necessary.
[Ord. No. 824 § 4; Ord. No. 1431 § LXXXI; Ord. No. 1618 (2018) § 6; Ord. No. 1624 (2018) § 2]
Permits for special events in all City facilities/parks shall be obtained by application to the Department of Community Services in accordance with the requirements herein enunciated.
All applications shall set forth the following information and shall be in accordance with the health, safety, and welfare of the public, the standards for the issuance of a permit shall include but not be limited to:
The name, address and telephone number of the individual, organization or entity seeking to conduct such special event.
The names, addresses and telephone numbers of the organizations for which the special event is to be conducted, if any, and the authorized and responsible heads of the organization.
A written statement as to whether any admission or participation fee will be charged for the event and the amount thereof.
The type of special event, including a description of activities planned during the event.
The day and hours for which the permit is desired and the hours when such special event will terminate. The application shall be submitted to the Department of Community of Services no less than 180 days prior to event.
The estimated number of persons who will attend the special event.
A written statement as to whether the special event will occupy any portion of thoroughfare.
A written statement as to whether any music or amplified sound will be provided, including the location and types of all loudspeakers and amplifying devices to be used as well as a concise statement of the type of communication that will be amplified.
A designation of any public facilities or equipment to be utilized which shall include a written statement that no alcohol shall be served and applicant shall at all times remain compliant with subsection 3-6.8.
The type, size, description, and location of any signs to be erected in connection with the event.
The park/City facility or portion thereof for which the permit is desired.
A written statement detailing all activities of the event and exactly what the applicant is requesting permission for from the City.
The City resources and services sought to support the use or activity, such as but not limited to, police, fire, ambulance, public works etc.
Any other information which the Department of Community Services shall find reasonably necessary to a fair determination as to whether a permit should be issued hereunder.
All activities relating to permits granted under this section must be contained within the limits specified in the application for the special event.
A permit, if granted, is not transferable and is authorized solely as to the applicant for the event said application concerns.
All persons who are granted permits must provide their own supervision and persons to clean up after the event.
A meeting may be required with the Department of Community Services personnel prior to the issuance of the permit.
If police security is required or determined to be necessary by the Chief of Police of the City of Sea Isle City, the applicant shall be required to pay for said police and security.
If it is determined by the Department of Community Services that additional materials or personnel costs shall be required for the purpose of maintaining the general health, safety and welfare of attendees or participants in the special event or the community in general, the City reserves the right to require reimbursement of such costs. In addition, the City shall be entitled to reimbursement for actual costs for personnel, goods, equipment and/or services. If reimbursement is required, the permittee shall deposit with the City Clerk a sum of money to be determined by the Department of Community Services to be a reasonable estimate of the costs required. The City Clerk shall advise the applicant, in advance and in writing, as to when the deposit is required. Any balance due shall be provided within 30 days of receipt of the bill. A refund will be provided upon verification of overpayment for staff, goods, equipment and/or services.
If tents are required or amusements are being used, they shall be inspected by the appropriate local, State and Federal agencies.
Any event, solely in the discretion of the Chief of Police, which could attract 1,000 or more participants or is advertised as extending into more than one day shall be subject to the submission of the event to the State of New Jersey, Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness and the event organizer shall comply with any and all recommendations from said State agency.
A permittee shall be bound by all park/facility rules and regulations and all applicable ordinances fully as though the same were inserted in the permits.
The person or persons to whom the permit is issued shall be liable for all loss, damage or injury sustained by any person by reason of the negligence of the person or persons to whom the permit shall have been issued. The Department of Community Services shall have the right to require any permittee to submit evidence of liability insurance covering injuries to members of the general public arising out of such permitted activities consistent with the requirements herein.
Any authorized signs in connection with a properly approved special event shall be erected no earlier than one day prior to the event and removed within 24 hours of the conclusion of the event.
Insurance and Indemnity Requirements.
The City of Sea Isle City shall require written proof, as a condition of the issuance of a permit, and the organizer shall furnish evidence of a public liability insurance policy in an amount not less than $1,000,000 combined single limit, per occurrence, covering personal injury and property damage, issued by an insurance company authorized to do business in the State of New Jersey. The insurance policy shall be endorsed to the City of Sea Isle City, with the City, its elected and appointed boards, officers, agents, and employees named as additional insured, and shall provide that any other insurance maintained by the City shall be in excess of and not contributing with the insurance coverage provided to the City under the organizer's policy.
The organizer shall also be required to sign an indemnity agreement, prior to the issuance of permit, in a form approved by the City of Sea Isle City Solicitor which shall expressly provide that the organizer agrees to defend, protect, indemnify and hold harmless the City, its officers, employees and agents from and against any and all claims, damages, expenses, loss or liability of any kind or nature whatsoever arising out of, or resulting from, the alleged acts or omissions of the organizer, participants, its officers, agents or employees in connection with the permitted event or activity; and the permit shall expressly provide that the organizer shall, at organizer's own cost, risk and expense, defend any and all claims or legal actions that may be commenced or filed against the City, its officers, agents, participants or employees, and that the organizer shall pay any settlement entered into and shall satisfy any judgment that may be rendered against the City, its officers, agents or employees as a result of the alleged acts or omissions of the organizer or organizer's officers, agents, participants or employees in connection with the uses, events or activities under the permit.
In addition to the foregoing an event organizer shall comply with any other requirements of the City and its insurance carriers for any particular event.
Standards to Issue.
Standards for issuance of a use permit by the Department of Community Services shall include the following findings:
That the proposed activity or use of the park/facility will not unreasonably interfere with or detract from the general public enjoyment of the park/facility.
That the proposed activity and use will not unreasonably interfere with or detract from the promotion of public health, welfare, safety and recreation.
That the proposed activity or uses that are reasonably anticipated will not include violence, crime or disorderly conduct.
That the proposed activity will not entail extraordinary or burdensome expense or police operation by the City.
That the facilities desired have not been reserved for other use at the date and hour requested in the application.
That the proposed activity or use will not necessitate or result in the closing of portions of the Promenade.
That the requested City resources and services are adequate, reasonable, and can be accommodated by the City.
Appeal. Within 45 days after the receipt of an application, the Department of Community Services shall apprise an applicant in writing of its reasons for refusing a permit, and any aggrieved person shall have the right to appeal to the Business Administrator or his/her designee by serving written notice thereof on the City Clerk within five days of the refusal.
A copy of the notice shall also be served on the Department of Community Services within the same time, and the Department of Community Services shall immediately forward the application and the reasons for its refusal to the Business Administrator or his/her designee which shall consider the application under the standards set forth above, and sustain or overrule the Department of Community Services decision within 45 days from the receipt of the appeal by the City Clerk. The decision of the Business Administrator or his/her designee shall be final.
Revocation. The Department of Community Services shall have the authority to revoke a permit upon a finding of violation of any rule or ordinance, or upon good cause shown.
[Ord. No. 824 § 5; Ord. No. 1618 (2018) § 7]
The Division of Recreation and park attendants shall, in connection with their duties imposed by law, diligently enforce the provisions of this section.
The Division of Recreation and any park attendant shall have the authority to eject from the park area any person or persons in violation of this section. The Division of Recreation and any park attendant shall have the authority to seize and confiscate any property, thing or device in the park used in violation of this section. This section shall also be enforced by the Police Department of the City.
[Ord. No. 824 § 6; Ord. No. 1593 (2016) § 6]
No owner or driver shall cause or permit his/her vehicles to stand outside of designated parking spaces except for a reasonable time to take up or discharge passengers or equipment. No motor vehicle shall be parked in park areas from 1/2 hour after sunset until sunrise except as otherwise permitted.
Parking is permitted in the Townsend Inlet Park for Park/Beach use only between the hours of 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Parking in the Townsend Inlet Park shall be prohibited at any other time. The penalty and tow away authority shall be as established in Sections 7-3 and 7-4 of the Revised General Ordinances.
[Ord. No. 824 § 7]
[1976 Code § 18-20; Ord. No. 731 § 1; Ord. No. 1423 § I]
The rules and regulations for the use of all municipal tennis courts located within the City shall be as follows:
Tennis shoes must be worn at all times.
Tennis attire is required.
All players must wear a shirt.
No intoxicants or glass containers are permitted on the courts.
Common courtesy is expected; i.e., no abusive language or conduct will be tolerated.
When players are waiting, no one is permitted to play for more than one hour.
There will be no changing of courts once the court assignment has been given.
No bicycles, skateboards, rollerblades or any vehicles of any kind are to be allowed in the courts.
Tennis privileges may be revoked for infractions or violations of any of the aforementioned rules in the total discretion of the attendant.
[1976 Code § 18-21; Ord. No. 731 § 2; Ord. No. 1423 § II; Ord. No. 1504 (2011) § XII]
Reservations for the use of the municipal tennis courts shall be handled as follows:
Reservations will be accepted only if made in person or by directly calling the tennis attendant. No reservations will be accepted by voicemail.
Reservations may be made no more than seven days in advance.
All players are asked to report 10 minutes in advance of reservation time. Tennis courts will not be held more than five minutes beyond reservation time.
Fees for the use of the courts in an amount as set forth in subsection 20-2.3 will be paid at the time of the commencement of play. No refunds will be given.
Only one period of reserved playing time for any one person can be given per day. If the courts are not scheduled, additional playing time can be arranged at that time.
Reservations are required from May 15 through September 15. Hours are posted at the facility.
[1976 Code § 18-22; Ord. No. 731 § 3; New; Ord. No. 1254 § I; Ord. No. 1423 § III; Ord. No. 1504 (2011) § XIII; Ord. No. 1618 (2018) § 8]
Any individual wishing to use the municipal courts shall pay the following fees (effective the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day Monday):
Cost of Courts:
$12 per hour from 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
$10 per hour from 1:00 p.m. - close
$10 per hour for senior citizens - ID required
$100 for a 10 pass coupon which is valid anytime in the current season.
Days/Hours of Operation.
Asphalt courts are generally open seven days a week, year round, weather permitting from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Hydro courts are generally open May 15 through the last Monday in June and the last Friday in August through September 15 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. From the last Monday in June through the last Friday in August, the courts are open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
West Jersey Avenue Courts - no fee.
Dealy Field Courts - $2 per person per session.
[1976 Code § 18-23; Ord. No. 741 § 4]
A copy of this section shall be conspicuously posted at the tennis courts.
[1976 Code § 18-24; Ord. No. 731 § 5; Ord. No. 1431 § LXXXII]
All fees and penalties collected pursuant to this section (as well as any additional revenue, including, but not limited to, moneys received from benefits wherein tickets were sold to the public, and moneys derived from telephone booths and vending machines) shall be turned over to the City Treasurer on a daily basis, who shall deposit same in a special fund which shall be under the control of the Governing Body but used only for the purpose of defraying the expenses and improving, maintaining or policing the playgrounds and recreational places within the City.
[1976 Code § 18-25; Ord. No. 731 § 6]
Any person found guilty of any violation of this section may be subject to a fine not exceeding the sum of $200 or imprisonment in the County jail for a term not exceeding 90 days, or both.
[Ord. No. 885 § 1; Ord. No. 1431 § LXXXIII]
The Mayor with the advice and consent of Council is hereby authorized to designate such places, areas, lots, land, property and facilities owned by the City to be used as docks, piers, slips, wharves, basins, harbors and docking facilities and other related uses.
[Ord. No. 885 § 2; Ord. No. 1431 § LXXXIV]
The Mayor is hereby authorized to adopt and promulgate such rules and regulations as may be considered necessary and essential to govern the use and manner of use of the facilities and property by those to whom permits may be granted from time to time.
[Ord. No. 885 § 3; Ord. No. 1431 § LXXXV]
The Mayor or his/her designee is to be in charge of and control the operation or management of such facilities in accordance with the provisions of law, and rules and regulations adopted pursuant hereto. Any employee or employees of the City assigned to any work or duties in connection therewith shall be subject to the control and direction of the Mayor or his/her designee.
[Ord. No. 885 § 4; Ord. No. 1337 § II; Ord. No. 1459 (2009) § VII; Ord. No. 1511 (2011) § 2; amended 8-13-2019 by Ord. No. 1638; amended 2-25-2020 by Ord. No. 1649]
Slips numbered 1 through 19 are not in existence, and the following are designated: #69 Fire/Police boat, #94 State Police boat, #T6 Coast Guard Emergency. Fees for all other boat slips in the marina at 42nd Street starting with Slip Number 20 shall be as designated herein as of January 1 of each year:
Each renter must sign a contract with the City for each season. 50% of the contract price is due at the time the contract is signed. The remaining 50% of the contract price is due on April 1. The fees indicated herein shall be effective for the 2021 season and do not affect fees from the 2020 season.
[Ord. No. 885 § 5; Ord. No. 1431 § LXXXVI]
Any permits granted for the use of any such facility shall be subject to the terms, conditions, rules and regulations relating to such use and permission. The holder of any permit shall be governed by the terms, conditions, rules and regulations; and any holder shall not acquire any right or title, but shall hold a mere license or permission which is subject to revocation without notice in the event of a violation of any of the terms, conditions, rules or regulations. The Mayor or his/her designee is hereby empowered to suspend the use of any such permit and is empowered to revoke any such permit. No fee, charge or other sum paid for any such permit or permission shall be returnable in the event of revocation.
[Ord. No. 885 § 6]
The payment of the fee or charge together with the acceptance of the permit, shall thereby charge the holder with the knowledge and responsibility that the permit is issued and held subject to this section and all rules and regulations promulgated and adopted pursuant hereto.
[Ord. No. 885 § 7]
No person, except the holder of a permit and those who are invitees of any holder, shall trespass upon any property of the City or the property of any person which is lawfully situated at any facility or location. Suitable signs may be posted on any such property as notice hereof.
[Ord. No. 885 § 8]
The City shall not be responsible for any cause or matter whatsoever relating to the use of any such facilities by any person. All persons who use such facilities shall do so at their sole risk, both as to person and property.
[Ord. No. 1308 § I; Ord. No. 1332 §§ I, II; Ord. No. 1423 §§ IV- VIII; Ord. No. 1618 (2018) § 9]
Use of Skateboard Facility. The Sea Isle City Skateboard Facility shall be open for use by all members of the general public.
Regulation. The Facility shall be under the direction and control of the Division of Recreation which shall have the authority to enforce the provisions of this section and promulgate additional rules and regulations for the management, use and enjoyment of the Facility.
Safety. All users of the Facility shall at all times be required to wear an approved helmet, elbow and knee pads and nonskid shoes or sneakers, and follow such other rules and regulations for safety as adopted by the Division of Recreation.
Days and Hours of Operation. The Facility shall be opened year-round, with hours of operation to be determined by the Division of Recreation. It is generally anticipated that the Facility will be opened on weekends and most holidays; it is anticipated that the hours of operation will be from 10:00 in the morning to dusk, weather permitting. Hours are subject to change. The Division of Recreation may establish different hours of operation for use by different age groups.
Posting of Rules. Signs which recite the rules and regulations for use of the Facility shall be posted at the entrance and at least one conspicuous place inside the Facility. Such signs shall be approved by the Municipal Solicitor and insurance carrier.
Supervision of Small Children. Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.
Violations of Rules/Regulations. Any user who violates the Facility's Rules and Regulations or other municipal ordinances while in or upon the grounds of the Facility shall be immediately removed from the Facility and be denied access to the Facility for a period of up to three months, as determined by the Division of Recreation. Anyone convicted of criminal activity or conduct at or upon the Facility grounds may be banned from the Facility. Restitution shall be required to be paid to the City by anyone found to have vandalized the Facility. Payment of restitution must be paid in full before the person will be allowed to use the Facility.
The Sea Isle City Police Department and any member of the Division of Recreation, in connection with their duties imposed by law, shall have the authority to enforce the provisions of this section, the rules and regulations of the Skateboard Facility.
[Ord. No. 1308 § II; Ord. No. 1618 (2018) § 10]
Special events shall be permitted at the Facility subject to the discretion of the Division of Recreation. The Division of Recreation shall promulgate rules and regulations on what type of special events shall be permitted and how they shall be conducted. For each special event, the Division of Recreation shall collect a fee.
Insurance shall be required of any non-City special event that uses the Skateboard Facility. The insurance shall name the City Division of Recreation as insured and shall be in an amount as determined by the Municipal Solicitor and approved by the municipal insurance carrier.
[Ord. No. 1308 § III]
Subsection 20-1.1, Conduct in Parks, shall specifically apply to this section except where inconsistent with provisions of this section.
[Ord. No. 1422 § I; Ord. No. 1618 (2018) § 11]
Fees for activities within the Division of Recreation are as follows.
[Ord. No. 1422 § I; Ord. No. 1504 (2011) § XIV; Ord. No. 1618 (2018) § 12]
Participants involved in professional service contracted programs shall pay the contractor directly. The contractor then shall pay the following amounts to the Recreation Facility for usage:
Up to $199.99 - 10% total registered participants
$200-$299.99 - 15% total registered participants
$300 and above - 20% total registered participants
The Division of Recreation shall deposit all fees collected from professional service contracted programs into the Tennis Fee Trust Account.
Each professional service contractor shall be required to provide insurance for themselves and their staff. The insurance shall name the City and the Division of Recreation as insured and shall be in the amount as determined by the Municipal Solicitor and approved by the municipal insurance carrier.
[Ord. No. 1422 § I; Ord. No. 1507 § II; Ord. No. 1618 (2018) § 13; Ord. No. 1624 (2018) § 2]
The Department of Community Services shall deposit all fees collected from Special Event programs into the Tennis Fee Trust Account.
All special event programs shall be required to provide insurance for themselves and their staff. The insurance shall name the City, Department of Community Services and the Division of Recreation as insured and shall be in compliance with the requirements of this section.
[Ord. No. 1618 (2018) § 14]
Fees for the following programs shall be paid per participant and directly to the Division of Recreation:
Aerobics: $40 for ten-coupon pass.
Playground: $50 per week.
Tot-playground: $50 per week.
Instructional basketball: $20 per session.
[Amended 2-25-2020 by Ord. No. 1649]
Intermediate basketball: $35.
Junior and senior basketball: $50.
CMC traveling hockey: $25.
South Shore basketball: $25.
Tot/instructional basketball: $5 per session.
Men's basketball league (ages 18 and older): $600 per team.
The Division of Recreation shall deposit all fees collected from Division of Recreation Programs into the City's General Account.