City of Erie, PA
Erie County
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[Ord. 92-1989 § 1, passed 11-1-1989]
As used in this article, certain terms are defined as follows:
(a) 
SKATEBOARD — A board made of wood, fiberglass, or other material or combination of materials mounted on two axles, front and rear, with wheels made of clay, polyurethane or other material or combination of materials attached to each axle. The term "skateboard" includes motorized skateboards propelled by a motor mounted on the skateboard.
(b) 
SKATEBOARDING — Lying, sitting, squatting, kneeling or standing upon a skateboard and propelling oneself by any means which causes the skateboard to move, including but not limited to: jumping on a skateboard; being pulled or pushed while situated on a skateboard; pushing the ground or other surface with one foot while keeping one's other foot on the skateboard; by riding a skateboard from one elevation to a lower elevation; or by operation of a motor mounted on a skateboard.
(c) 
PERRY SQUARE PARK — That area lying within and bounded by the north right-of-way line of North Park Row; the south right-of-way line of South Park Row; the west right-of-way line of Peach Street; and the east right-of-way line of French Street.
(d) 
TRANSITWAY MALL — That area lying within and bounded by the south right-of-way line for Tenth Street; the north right-of-way line of South Park Row; the west right-of-way line of State Street; and the east right-of-way line of State Street.
[Ord. 92-1989 § 1, passed 11-1-1989]
(a) 
Skateboarding is prohibited in Perry Square Park and the Transitway Mall.
(b) 
Skateboarding is prohibited on all other City owned and/or controlled property, except as may be specifically authorized by the appropriate governmental entity.
[Ord. 92-1989 § 1, passed 11-1-1989]
Whoever violates any provision of this article shall be fined not more than $300 and for imprisoned for not more than 30 days for each offense.