Parks — See Ch. 98.
Property maintenance — See Ch. 105.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 127.
§ 94-1Legislative intent.
§ 94-2Notification required prior to civil
Notwithstanding the limitations on the types of defects for which prior notification is required pursuant to § 6-628 of the New York State Village Law, the Village Board of the Village of Woodridge deems it necessary and appropriate to require prior notification of a defective condition as set forth herein before the Village of Woodridge shall be liable for injury or damage to persons or property sustained as a result of such defect.
No civil action shall be maintained against the Village of Woodridge for damages or injuries to persons or property sustained by reason of any defective parking area, swimming or wading pool or pool equipment, playground or playground equipment or park property, including athletic fields, basketball courts, handball courts, picnic areas or skating rinks contained therein, no matter where situated, being defective, out of repair, unsafe, dangerous or obstructed unless written notice of, by the witness to, the defective, unsafe, dangerous or obstructed condition of such parking area, swimming or wading pool or pool equipment, playground or playground equipment or park property was actually served upon the Village Clerk and there was failure or neglect within a reasonable time after the giving of such notice to repair or remove the defect, danger or obstruction complained of. Under no circumstances shall the Village of Woodridge be liable for injuries or damages to persons or property due to defective conditions of the aforesaid village property in the absence of such prior written notice to the village of the existence of the defective condition causing said injury.