Borough of Spotswood, NJ
Middlesex County
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[HISTORY: Derived from the 1969 Revised General Ordinances of the Borough of Spotswood (adopted by the Borough Council 5-11-1970 by Ord. No. 278, as amended through 9/94) as indicated in article histories. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
General penalty — See Ch. 1, Art. II.
Consumption of alcohol in parks — See Ch. 40, Art. II.
Discharge of firearms near school playgrounds — See Ch. 95.
Litter receptacles in parks — See Ch. 130.
Loitering — See Ch. 132.
Noise exemptions for playground activities — See Ch. 137.
[Derived from Sec. 6-17 of the 1969 Revised General Ordinances]
The parks and playgrounds shall be open to the public daily during the hours set forth in Schedule I.[1] They shall be closed to the public at all other times, except for Borough approved and supervised activities.
Editor's Note: Schedule I is included as an attachment to this chapter.
Under no circumstances shall any person be present in the parks and playgrounds during the hours that the parks and playgrounds are closed.
[Adopted 7-15-2013 by Ord. No. 2013-04]
No person shall smoke while on the outdoor grounds of any and all Borough municipal buildings, including adjacent parking lots, and in any and all of the Borough parks, recreational areas and adjacent parking lots, whether owned, leased or utilized by the Borough. The following properties leased by the Borough are exempt from the provisions of this article:
Borough Firehouse located at 495 Main Street.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Spotswood Memorial Post 4589, located at 33 Daniel Road.
American Legion Herman Lettau Post 253, located at DeVoe Avenue.
Any person found guilty of violating this article shall be fined $50, plus court costs, for a first violation and $100, plus court costs, for any subsequent violation. In addition, upon conviction of multiple violations, the court may impose community service.