City of Monroe, WI
Green County
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§ 11-3-1 General prohibitions.

[3-4-1980; 4-16-1985; 1-17-1995; 2016 Code; 1-17-2017]
It is unlawful for any person:
(A) 
To alter or change or cause anything to be altered or changed within any park or recreational facility of the city without prior written permission from the board of park and recreation commissioners.
(B) 
To operate any motor vehicle in any park or recreational facility except upon established roadway.
(C) 
To park or leave standing any motor vehicle within any park or recreational facility except upon designated parking areas.
(D) 
To deface, damage, destroy or cause harm to any park building, or facility within any park building or park equipment.
(E) 
To destroy, damage or injure or cut down any fruit, shade or ornamental tree or shrub standing or being within any park or recreational facility within the city.
(F) 
To leave or place any debris or waste material within any park or recreational facility within the city except in containers specifically provided for debris or waste material.
(G) 
To loiter, lounge or congregate within any city park or recreational facility after being requested to move by any police officer or by any person in authority at such place, between the hours of 11:00 PM and 5:00 AM.
(H) 
To interfere with, break down, deface or remove, or cause to be interfered with, broken down, defaced or removed, any sign, guard, protection, barrier or equipment placed in any park or recreational facility of the city.
(I) 
To bring or permit to be brought an animal owned or controlled by such person into any park or recreational area within the city, whether on a leash or otherwise unless a permit be first obtained from the park department. This paragraph shall not apply to a service animal as defined in section 106.52 of the Wisconsin statutes or to any park or recreational area within which the council has authorized the presence of an animal without a permit.
(J) 
To bring in or consume any alcoholic beverage, or fermented malt beverage within any park or recreational facility within the city unless a permit be first obtained from the park department.
(K) 
To trap within the boundaries of a city park or recreational area without first obtaining a permit from the park department.
(L) 
To operate any snowmobile on or in any park, playground or other property owned, leased or rented by the city except snowmobiles operated by law enforcement officers in the performance of their duties or snowmobiles used in the maintenance of such property by authorized personnel.
(M) 
To be within the fenced area of the Municipal swimming pool or within the changing house or concession stand adjacent to the pool when the pool is not open for swimming or to the public, or after being requested to leave by any person in authority.
(N) 
To loiter, lounge or congregate within that part of Recreation Park which is enclosed by a fence and designated as the Swiss A.L.P.S. Cheeseland playground after being requested to move by any police officer or by any person in authority at such place, between the hours of 9:30 PM and 7:00 AM.
(O) 
To carry a lighted cigar, cigarette, pipe or any other lighted smoking equipment within that part of Recreation Park which is enclosed by a fence and designated as the Swiss A.L.P.S. Cheeseland playground.
(P) 
To be within the fenced area of the dog park surrounding the water tower which is designated as only for those persons authorized by the city.

§ 11-3-2 Exceptions to prohibitions.

[4-16-1985; 2016 Code]
No prohibition of this chapter shall apply to any law enforcement officer acting within the scope of that officer's duty, or to any employee of the city acting within his or her scope of employment.

§ 11-3-3 Penalty.

[4-16-1985; 2016 Code]
Whoever violates any of the provisions of this chapter shall upon conviction be subject to a Class 4 forfeiture.

§ 11-3-4 Park rules.

[4-16-1985; 2016 Code]
All park and recreation facilities are governed by the rules and regulations of the board of park and recreation commissioners. Those rules and regulations are to be kept on file with the city clerk.