City of Monroe, MI
Monroe County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Council of the City of Monroe as Chapter 676, Secs. 676.02 through 676.08, of the 1995 Codified Ordinances of Monroe. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
General penalty — See § 1-27.
Municipal civil infractions — See Ch. 85.
Fire prevention and open burning — See Ch. 345.
Property maintenance — See Ch. 525.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 625.
[Added 8-12-1996 by Ord. No. 96-018]
A. 
No person shall leave outside of any building or dwelling or in any place open to the public, any abandoned, unattended or discarded icebox, freezer, refrigerator or container of any kind which has an airtight door or lock which cannot be released for opening from the inside of the icebox, freezer, refrigerator or container.
B. 
No person shall leave any abandoned, unattended or discarded icebox, freezer, refrigerator or container of any kind which has an airtight snaplock or other device thereon outside of any building or dwelling or in any place open to the public, without first removing the doors from said icebox, freezer, refrigerator or container, or securing the doors of said icebox, freezer, refrigerator or container with a lock or other such device which would render the doors permanently closed and inoperable.
[Added 8-12-1996 by Ord. No. 96-018]
A. 
No person engaged in the construction of any building or other public or private improvement shall leave any rock, brick, mortar, lumber or building material of any kind whatsoever on any street, alley or sidewalk for more than three days after the completion of such improvement.
B. 
Whoever violates this section is responsible for a municipal civil infraction and shall be subject to a civil fine of not less than $50 nor more than $500, plus costs and other sanctions, for each infraction. A separate offense shall be deemed committed each day during or on which a violation occurs or continues. Repeat offenses shall be subject to increased fines as provided in § 1-27E of the Code of the City of Monroe.
A. 
No person shall remove, destroy or otherwise interfere with any obstruction or barricade placed upon any public street or sidewalk in the City for the purpose of preventing accidents or warning pedestrians or persons traveling in vehicles that the street or sidewalk has been closed to travel.
B. 
No person shall remove, extinguish or destroy any light or lamp that has been placed upon any public street or sidewalk for the purpose of warning pedestrians or persons traveling in vehicles at night that such street or sidewalk has been closed to public use.
C. 
No person shall remove, deface, destroy or render inoperable any sign, signal, light or device placed upon any public street, curb or sidewalk for the purpose of controlling and regulating vehicle and pedestrian traffic and travel.
[Added 8-12-1996 by Ord. No. 96-018]
No person shall purposely or negligently place, throw or cause to be placed or thrown, in, upon or across any thoroughfare, any broken glass, tacks, nails, pieces of iron, wire, bottles or other similar substances.
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Editor's Note: Former § 557-5, Burning leaves, was repealed 4-20-2009 by Ord. No. 09-005. See § 345-4D, regarding open burning and recreational fires.
[Amended 7-23-1973 by Ord. No. 73-009]
A. 
No person shall walk or climb upon the arches of the spans of any bridge, stand or climb upon the wirework, bars or rods of any bridge, stand upon the piers or abutments of any bridge, or fish from any bridge.
B. 
No person shall walk, climb or stand upon any dam in the River Raisin within the City. Authorized maintenance persons and persons assigned to work on dams for construction and maintenance are excepted from this subsection.
C. 
No parent, legal guardian or adult in control of minor children shall knowingly allow or permit the children in their care or keeping and in their presence to climb, walk or stand upon any bridge or dam within the City, as prohibited in this section.
Every physician or surgeon, whenever he or she shall treat any person in the City for a wound inflicted by a dangerous or deadly weapon of any kind, shall notify the Police Department within one hour of the time when he or she renders such professional service or is called upon to render the service.