Township of Radnor, PA
Delaware County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Commissioners of the Township of Radnor 2-26-2001 by Ord. No. 2001-10. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 250.
Vehicles and traffic — See Ch. 270.

§ 237-1 Obstruction of pedestrian traffic.

No person shall stand upon, sit upon or place oneself upon a sidewalk, curb or public passageway in a manner that obstructs or seriously hinders the flow of pedestrian traffic.

§ 237-2 Use prohibited in certain locations.

No person shall use, operate or cause to be propelled any skateboards on sidewalks, streets and other public rights-of-way and public property located within the following borders of the Wayne Business District:
Name of Street
Side
Location
Lancaster Avenue
Both
From Banbury Way/ Bloomingdale Avenue on the west to Louella Court/Louella Avenue on the east
North and South Wayne Avenues
Both
From West Avenue/Station Road on the north to School Lane/West Wayne Avenue on the south

§ 237-3 Violations and penalties.

Any such person who fails to heed a reasonable request by a police officer to move in order to make an area passable and thereby remove a safety hazard or any person who violates the provisions of § 237-2 above commits a summary offense and shall be subject to the following:
A. 
First offense. The person shall be issued a written warning by the Police Department. If the violator is a minor, the Police Department, in addition to issuing a written warning, shall notify the parents, legal guardians or other persons having legal custody of said minor and provide the person with a copy of this chapter.
B. 
Second and subsequent offenses. A person violating this chapter a second or subsequent time will be issued a fine of $25, plus costs, for each offense, plus a copy of this chapter.
C. 
Third and subsequent offenses. A person violating this chapter a third or subsequent time will be issued a fine of $50, plus costs, for each offense, plus a copy of this chapter.