Borough of Roselle Park, NJ
Union County
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[1980 Code § 157-2]
Except as provided herein, it shall be unlawful for any person to be in or upon any of the public parks and playgrounds administered by the Borough of Roselle Park after dusk and before dawn unless prior written approval is obtained from the Borough Clerk.
[1980 Code § 157-4]
a. 
Each person using the public parks and playgrounds shall:
1. 
Clean up all debris, extinguish all fires, when such fires are permitted, and leave the premises in good order and the facilities in a neat and sanitary condition.
2. 
Comply with all applicable provisions of the State Motor Vehicle Traffic Laws in regard to equipment and operation of vehicles, together with such regulations as are contained in this chapter and other ordinances.
3. 
Obtain the written permission of the Borough Clerk before bringing any buses or charter groups into the park premises.
b. 
Prohibited Acts. It shall be unlawful for any person using these parks and playgrounds to either perform or permit to be performed any of the following acts:
1. 
Protection of Property. No one shall:
(a) 
Willfully mark, deface, injure, disfigure, tamper with, displace or remove any building, bridges, tables, benches, fireplaces, railings, paving or paving material; waterlines or other public utilities or parts or appurtenances thereof; signs, notices or placards, whether temporary or permanent; monuments, stakes, posts or other boundary markers; or other structures or equipment, facilities or park or playground property or appurtenances whatsoever, either real or personal.
(b) 
Throw, discharge or place or cause to be placed in the waters of any fountain, stream or body of water in or adjacent to any park or any tributary, stream, storm sewer or drain flowing into such waters any substance, matter or thing, liquid or solid, which will or may result in the pollution of these waters.
(c) 
Bring in or dump, deposit or leave any bottles, broken glass, ashes, paper, boxes, cans, dirt, rubbish, waste, garbage, refuse or other trash. No such refuse or trash shall be placed in any waters in or contiguous to any park or playground or be left anywhere on the grounds thereof, but shall be placed in the proper receptacles where these are provided. Where receptacles are not so provided, all such rubbish or waste shall be carried away from the park or playground by the person responsible for its presence and properly disposed of elsewhere.
(d) 
Damage, cut, carve, transplant or remove any tree or plant or injure the bark or pick the flowers or seeds of any tree or plant; nor shall anyone attach any rope, wire or other contrivance to any tree or plant. A person shall not dig or otherwise disturb grass areas or in any other way injure or impair the natural beauty and usefulness of any area.
2. 
Domestic Animals Prohibited. No animals shall be permitted on premises.
3. 
Protection of Wild Animals. No one shall hunt, molest, harm, frighten, kill, trap, chase, tease, shoot or throw stones or any missiles at or give or offer any poisonous foods to any animal, reptile, bird or the eggs of same, except that the foregoing shall not prohibit the killing of any deadly animal.
4. 
General Conduct. No one shall:
(a) 
Bring in or upon, have brought in or upon or cause to be brought in or upon the park, or the grounds thereof, any alcoholic beverage or illegal drug, or sell, purchase, consume or drink any alcoholic beverage or illegal drug at any time in the park. Any person entering the park or found within the park to be under the influence of alcoholic liquor or illegal drugs shall be immediately removed.
(b) 
Bring in or cause to be brought in or have in his or her possession or set off or otherwise cause to be exploded, discharged or burned any firecracker, torpedo, rocket or other fireworks or explosive or flammable material, or discharge or throw them into any area of the park or upon the land adjacent thereto. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the park grounds or facilities may be used for a scheduled fireworks program under the permit.
(c) 
Build or attempt to build a fire except in a fireplace designated and constructed for such purpose and under such regulations as may be adopted by the Governing Body. No person shall drop, throw or otherwise scatter lighted matches, burning cigars, or cigarettes, tobacco or any other flammable material within the park.
(d) 
Enter upon ice, except when ice has been approved for skating purposes, provided that a safety signal is displayed on the ice or on an adjacent area.
(e) 
Engage in any disorderly conduct or a behavior tending to cause a breach of the public peace. No person shall disturb or otherwise interfere with any other person or group of persons occupying any area or engaging in any organized activity.
(f) 
Sell or offer for sale any object or merchandise or any other thing within the parks or playgrounds or place any other equipment or apparatus within the parks or playgrounds, except by permit or as may be permitted by the rules and regulations in accordance with the requirements set forth in this Code.
(g) 
Remove or open permanent or temporary barriers, signs, directionals, gates or fences.
(h) 
Endanger the safety of any person by any conduct or act.
(i) 
Prevent any person from using any park or playground or any of its facilities or interfere with such use in compliance with this section and the rules applicable to such use.
(j) 
Fail to obey or interfere with any Police Officer, Borough Official or employee in the proper performance of his duties.
(k) 
Leave any motor vehicle overnight.
(l) 
Ride bicycles or other vehicles without regard to the safety of others.
(m) 
Gamble.
(n) 
Sleep on park benches.
(o) 
Camp, except with the written permission of the Borough Clerk.
(p) 
Solicit alms or contributions, except with the written permission of the Borough Clerk.
(q) 
Carry firearms or other weapons.
(r) 
Bring any concession trucks or otherwise sell any food or beverages in park areas or five hundred (500) feet from park entrances without the prior written permission of the Borough Clerk.
(s) 
Attempt to use any playing field or other area which has been reserved for use by some other person, firm, corporation or group.
(t) 
Attempt to gain entry to a special event without paying the required admission fee.
[1980 Code § 157-5]
a. 
The Borough Clerk shall, in connection with her duties, enforce the provisions of this section and, in furtherance of those duties, may designate such enforcement to the Recreation Committee or such other persons employed or appointed by the Borough.
b. 
The Police Department or those persons designated by the Borough Council, including members of the New Jersey State Police, shall have the authority to eject from the parks and playgrounds area any person or persons acting in violation of this section.
c. 
The Police Department shall have the authority to seize, confiscate, hold and/or retain, subject to the constraints of due process of law, any property, thing or device used in violation of this section in any public park and/or playground.
d. 
The Recreation Committee shall have the authority to adopt rules and regulations, which shall become effective after approval by the Governing Body.
[1980 Code § 157-6; New]
Any person found to be in violation of the provisions of this section shall, upon conviction, be liable to the penalty stated in Chapter 1, § 1-5.
[1980 Code § 157-3]
Permits for special events in parks or to use the park beyond the normal hours shall be obtained by application to the Borough Clerk in accordance with the following procedures:
a. 
A person seeking issuance of a Special Events Permit shall file an application with the Borough Clerk or her designee disclosing the following:
1. 
The name and address of the applicant.
2. 
The name and address of the person, persons, corporation or association sponsoring the activity, if any.
3. 
The day and hours for which the permit is desired.
4. 
The park, or portion thereof, for which such permit is desired.
5. 
Any other information which the Governing Body shall find reasonably necessary to a fair determination as to whether a permit should be issued hereunder.
b. 
Standards for issuance of a use permit by the Borough Clerk shall include the following findings:
1. 
That the proposed activity or use of the park will not unreasonably interfere with or detract from the general public enjoyment of the park.
2. 
That the proposed activity and use will not unreasonably interfere with or detract from the promotion of the public health, welfare, safety and recreation.
3. 
That the proposed activity or use that is reasonably anticipated will not include violence, crime or disorderly conduct.
4. 
That the proposed activity or use will not entail extraordinary or burdensome expense to the Borough.
5. 
That the facilities desired have not been reserved for other use at the date and hour requested in the application.
c. 
The Borough Clerk shall not unduly withhold issuance of any permit unless she finds and determines that the proposed activity or activities for which a permit is sought would probably result in, at the time proposed for scheduling, the depriving of adjacent property owners of the quiet use and enjoyment of their premises or could not be conducted without jeopardizing the public health, safety and welfare of those for whom the permit is sought or other citizens of the Borough, or adjacent thereto, or would result in a public nuisance or disturbance.
d. 
In the event of a denial of a request for a permit, the Borough Clerk shall apprise the applicant, in writing, of her reasons for refusing a permit, and any aggrieved person shall have the right to appeal, in writing to the Mayor and Council within ten (10) days from the receipt of such denial. The Borough, in reviewing any such appeal, may make an independent determination of the facts but shall at all times apply those legal standards set forth in Subsection b hereof in the rendering of such determinations.
e. 
In the event that the denial of a request for a permit results in a hearing date beyond that requested in the application for a permit, the applicant shall be permitted to amend his application on appeal to request another date beyond the hearing set by the Governing Body.
f. 
The permit holder shall be bound by all park and playground rules and regulations and all applicable ordinances as fully as though the same were inserted in the permits.
g. 
The Borough Clerk shall have the authority to revoke a permit upon finding a violation of any rule or ordinance or upon good cause shown.
[1980 Code § 157-11]
No person in the Green Acres Recreation Area ("recreational facility"), as hereafter defined shall:
a. 
Willfully mark, deface, disfigure, injure, tamper with, displace or remove any building, table, bench, stand, railing, paving or paving materials, public utilities or parts or appurtenances thereof, signs, notices or placards, whether temporary or permanent, monuments, stakes, posts or other boundary markers or any other structure or equipment, facility or property or appurtenances whatsoever, either real or personal.
b. 
Fail to cooperate in maintaining restrooms and washrooms in a neat and sanitary condition. No person over the age of five (5) years shall use the restrooms and washrooms designated for the opposite sex.
c. 
Dig or remove any soil, rock, sand, stones, trees, shrubs, plants or other wood or materials, or make any excavation by tool, equipment, blasting or other means or agency.
d. 
Construct or erect any building or structure of whatever kind, whether permanent or temporary, or run or string any public service utility into, upon or across such lands, except on special written permit issued hereunder.
e. 
Damage, cut, carve, transplant or remove any tree or plant or injure the bark or pick flowers or seed of any tree or plant, dig in or otherwise disturb any grass area or in any other way injure the natural beauty or usefulness of any area.
f. 
Climb any tree, stand or sit upon monuments, planters, railings, fences or upon any other property not designated or customarily used for such purposes.
g. 
Tie or hitch any animal to any tree, plant, fence, stand or other object.
h. 
Have brought in or dump, deposit or leave any bottles, broken glass, ashes, paper, boxes, cans, dirt, rubbish, waste, garbage, refuse or other trash. No refuse or trash shall be left anywhere on the grounds, but shall be placed in the proper receptacles where these are provided and where receptacles are not provided, or are insufficient, all rubbish or waste shall be carried away from the recreational facility by the person responsible for its presence and properly disposed of elsewhere.
i. 
Drive any vehicle on any area except the paved parking areas or such areas as may on occasion be specifically designated as temporary areas by the Board of Education of Roselle Park ("Board of Education"), except for police, fire or first aid vehicles.
j. 
Park a vehicle in other than an established or designated parking area and such parking shall be in accordance with posted directions and/or the instruction of any attendant who may be present.
k. 
Leave a vehicle standing or parked between 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. in established parking areas or elsewhere in the recreational facility.
l. 
Cause or permit any vehicle to stand outside of designated parking areas or spaces in the recreational facility except for a reasonable time not exceeding five (5) minutes to pickup or discharge passengers or equipment.
m. 
Leave a bicycle in a place other than a bicycle rack (if such is provided and there is space available).
n. 
Ride a bicycle in any area except the parking areas.
o. 
Leave a bicycle lying on the ground or pavement or set against any tree, bush, fence or in other place or position where other persons may trip over or be injured.
p. 
Dress or undress in any bathroom or other place.
q. 
Carry or possess firearms of any description, or air rifles, spring guns, slings or any other form of weapon or any instrument that could be loaded with and fire blank cartridges except for starter pistols which may be used for events authorized by the Board of Education.
r. 
Picnic or lunch in a place other than those designated for that purpose. Persons shall utilize such designated areas in such a manner as to prevent congestion and secure the maximum use for the comfort and convenience of all. Visitors shall comply with any directions given by the appropriate Borough or Board of Education representatives to achieve this purpose.
s. 
Use any portion of any area designated for picnics to the exclusion of other persons unless a special permit has been issued by the Board of Education, nor shall any person use such area for an unreasonable time if the facilities are crowded without special permit of the Board of Education.
t. 
Leave any area before all trash is placed in the disposal receptacles when provided and not filled. If no such trash receptacles are available or are full, then trash shall be carried away from the recreational facility by the individual or entity using that area, to be properly disposed of elsewhere.
u. 
Set up tents, shacks or other temporary shelter for the purpose of overnight camping nor shall any person leave in the recreational facility after 10:00 p.m. any movable structure or special vehicle to be used or that could be used for such purpose, such as a house trailer, camp trailer, camp wagon or the like, without special permit of the Board of Education or Mayor and Council.
v. 
Take part in or assist the playing of any game involving throwing or otherwise propelling objects such as balls, stones, arrows, javelins, horseshoes, quoits or model airplanes, except in those areas set forth for such forms of recreation or as otherwise specially permitted by the Board of Education. The playing of rough or comparatively dangerous games such as football, soccer, field hockey, track, baseball and lacrosse is prohibited, except on the fields, courts or areas provided therefor. The playing of golf is prohibited.
w. 
Allow or permit the entry of any dog or other domestic animal in the recreational facility, except in areas clearly marked by signs bearing the words "Domestic Animals Permitted in This Area." Nothing herein shall be construed to permit any dog or other domestic animal to run at large and all dogs or domestic animals in those areas where such animals are permitted shall be restrained at all times on adequate leashes not greater than six (6) feet in length.
[1980 Code § 157-12]
While in the recreational facility, all persons shall conduct themselves in a proper and orderly manner and, in particular, no person shall:
a. 
Bring alcoholic beverages or consume same at any time in the recreational facility except as provided in Subsection 10-3.7.
b. 
Have in his or her possession, or set or otherwise cause to explode, discharge or burn, any firecracker, torpedo rocket or other fireworks, firecrackers or explosives of an inflammable material, or discharge them or throw them into any such areas from lands or streets adjacent to the recreational facility. This prohibition shall include any substance, compound, mixture or article that in conjunction with any other substance or compound shall be considered dangerous. At the discretion of the Mayor and Council, permits may be given for conducting properly supervised fireworks in designated areas pursuant to New Jersey law.
c. 
Appear at any place in other than proper clothing.
d. 
Build or attempt to build a fire, except in such areas as permitted by special permit issued by the Board of Education. No person shall drop, throw or otherwise scatter lighted matches, burning cigarettes or cigars, tobacco paper or other flammable material.
e. 
Enter an area posted as being "Closed to the Public," nor shall any person use or assist in using any area in violation of posted notice.
f. 
Gamble or participate in or assist in any game of chance, except as may be lawfully permitted by the laws of the State of New Jersey and pursuant to a permit issued by the Borough and the Board of Education.
g. 
Sleep on the seats or benches or other areas or engage in loud, boisterous, threatening, abusive, insulting or indecent language or engage in any disorderly conduct or behavior tending to breach the public peace.
h. 
Fail to produce and exhibit any permit from the Board of Education and/or the Mayor and Council that he, she or it claims to possess upon request of any authorized representative of the Borough or the Board of Education who shall desire to inspect the permit for the purpose of enforcing compliance with any ordinance, rule or regulation.
i. 
Disturb or interfere unreasonably with any person or party occupying any area or participating in any activity pursuant to the authority of the Board of Education and/or the Mayor and Council.
j. 
Expose or offer for sale any article or thing or station or place any stand, cart or vehicle for the transportation, sale or display of any such article or thing in the recreational facility or five hundred (500) feet from the entrances, except as permitted by permit issued by the Board of Education and, where necessary, by proper license issued by the Mayor and Council.
k. 
Paste, glue, tack or otherwise post any sign, placard, advertisement or inscription whatsoever or erect or cause to be erected any sign whatsoever.
[1980 Code § 157-13; New]
a. 
Except for unusual and unforeseen emergencies, the recreation facility shall be open to the public as set forth in the Green Acres Guidelines as hereafter described.
b. 
All functions shall be concluded no later than 10:00 p.m. and all lights are to be turned off at 10:30 p.m. for all facilities except for security lighting.
c. 
Tennis courts shall be available for use during the hours from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
d. 
The running track at the high school athletic field may be used during all daylight hours until 10:00 p.m.
e. 
Any part of the recreational facility may be closed to the public by the Board of Education at any time for any temporary interval of time up to a maximum of seventy-two (72) hours, unless such time interval is extended by formal resolution of the Mayor and Council.
[1980 Code § 157-14]
a. 
Permits for events in the recreational facility shall be obtained by application to the Board of Education in accordance with the Green Acres Guidelines, where applicable, and utilizing the following procedure:
1. 
A person seeking issuance of a permit hereunder shall file an application with the Board of Education stating:
(a) 
The name and address of the applicant.
(b) 
The name and address of the person, persons, corporation, or association sponsoring the activity.
(c) 
The day(s) and hours for which the permit is desired.
(d) 
The portion of the recreational facility for which such permit is desired.
(e) 
Any other information which the Board of Education shall deem reasonably necessary to a fair determination as to whether a permit shall be issued hereunder.
2. 
In order for a permit to be issued by the Board of Education, it must make the following findings:
(a) 
That the proposed activity or use will not unreasonably interfere or detract from the general public enjoyment of the recreational facility.
(b) 
That the proposed activity and use will not unreasonably interfere with or detract from the promotion of the public health, welfare and safety and recreation.
(c) 
That the proposed activity or use reasonably anticipated will not include or result in violence, crime or disorderly conduct.
(d) 
That the proposed activity will not entail extraordinary or burdensome expense or Police operation by the Borough.
(e) 
That the facilities desired have not been reserved for other use at the date(s) and hour(s) requested in the application.
b. 
Appeal. Within ten (10) days after the receipt of an application, the Board of Education shall issue the permit or supply the applicant in writing with its reasons for refusing to issue a permit. If a permit has been refused, any aggrieved person shall have the right to appeal to the Mayor and Council by serving written notice thereof on the Borough Clerk within ten (10) days of this refusal. A copy of the notice shall also be served upon the Board of Education within the same time and the Board of Education shall immediately forward the application and the reasons for its refusal to the Mayor and Council which shall consider the application under the standards set forth under Subsection a2 of this subsection. The decision of the Mayor and Council shall be final. In the event that the denial of a request for a permit results in Mayor and Council's decision being rendered on a date beyond that requested in the application for permit, the applicant shall be permitted to amend his application on appeal to request another date beyond the time when the Mayor and Council renders its decision.
c. 
A person issued a permit shall be bound by all rules and regulations and applicable ordinances as though same were inserted in the permit.
d. 
The person or entity to whom the permit is issued shall be liable for all loss, damage or injury sustained by any person during the time that the permit is in effect and for a reasonable period of time immediately before and immediately after the time period for which the permit is in effect. The Board of Education shall have the right to require any person, as a condition of issuing a permit, to submit evidence of appropriate insurance in amounts and coverage determined by the Board of Education in consultation with the Mayor and Council and naming the Board of Education and the Borough as additional insureds. Such evidence of insurance shall be provided to the Board of Education prior to the issuance of any permit. In no event shall any activity be commenced by the person granted a permit until such evidence is provided.
e. 
The Board of Education shall have the authority to revoke a permit upon a finding of a violation of any rule, regulation or ordinance, or upon good cause shown. The appeal provisions provided for in Subsection b above shall be applicable in such a situation.
f. 
The Board of Education shall determine what activities require the issuance of a permit and may establish fees for use of the recreational facility where permits are required, which fees shall be approved by the Mayor and Council unless otherwise provided for in the Green Acres Guidelines. All fees must be paid in full prior to issuance of the permit.
g. 
The Board of Education shall not unduly withhold issuance of any permit. It may do so if it finds and determines that the proposed activity or activities for which a permit is sought would probably result in, at the time proposed for scheduling, the depriving of adjacent property owners of the quiet use and enjoyment of their premises or could not be conducted without jeopardizing the public health, safety and welfare of those for whom the permit is sought or other citizens of the Borough of Roselle Park, or adjacent thereto, or would result in a public nuisance or disturbance.
[1980 Code § 157-15]
a. 
The Board of Education, its employees and agents, shall, in connection with their duties, diligently enforce the provisions of this section and the Green Acres Guidelines.
b. 
The Board of Education shall have the authority to eject from the recreational facility any person or persons acting in violation of this section or the Green Acres Guidelines.
c. 
The Board of Education shall have the authority to seize and confiscate any property, thing or device found in the recreational facility or used in that facility in violation of this section or the Green Acres Guidelines.
d. 
The Green Acres Guidelines and this section shall also be enforced by the Police Department of the Borough.
[1980 Code § 157-16]
The Mayor and Council reserve the right with respect to any or all of the recreational facility to enter into any agreement with the Board of Education concerning the control and use thereof. The Mayor and Council shall also reserve the right to issue rules and regulations by resolution governing the use of the recreational facility, which rules and regulations are referred to herein as the "Green Acres Guidelines."
[1980 Code § 157-17]
That portion of the recreational facility which is to be known as the "Senior Citizens Park" and is fully described herein shall be exempt from the provisions of Subsection 10-3.2a and Subsection 3-1.5, Sale or Consumption on Board of Education Property Prohibited, of the Roselle Park Code in that persons desiring to sell, distribute, possess or consume alcoholic beverages within the boundaries of the Senior Citizens Park may do so by applying to the Mayor and Council and the Board of Education for a special permit. Anyone not possessing the requisite permits shall be prohibited from selling, distributing, possessing or consuming alcoholic beverages within the boundaries of the Senior Citizens Park. The Senior Citizens Park is described as follows:
Beginning at the point of intersection of the northerly sideline of West Lincoln Avenue and the easterly sideline of Pine Street;
Thence (1) North 10 degrees 08 minutes West along the easterly sideline of Pine Street 100 feet to a point;
Thence (2) South 79 degrees 52 minutes West 60 feet to a point;
Thence (3) North 10 degrees 08 minutes West 20 feet to the point and place of beginning;
Thence (4) South 79 degrees 52 minutes West 105 feet to a point;
Thence (5) South 10 degrees 08 minutes East 60 feet to a point;
Thence (6) South 79 degrees 52 minutes West 120 feet to a point;
Thence (7) North 10 degrees 08 minutes West 240 feet to a point;
Thence (8) North 79 degrees 52 minutes East 225 feet to a point;
Thence (9) South 10 degrees 08 minutes East 180 feet to the point and place of beginning.
[1]
Editor's Note: The Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control requires that a Social Affairs Permit be obtained if a nonprofit organization is holding an affair for which there is a charge to attend and alcoholic beverages are sold or served.
[1980 Code § 157-18]
The Green Acres Recreation Area, also referred to herein as the "recreational facility," is described as including, but not limited to, the stadium, all baseball fields, practice fields, field hockey fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, parking areas, bocci courts, handball courts, picnic areas, rest areas and other areas immediately north and west of the Roselle Park High School building. It shall include all property leased to the Borough by the Board of Education which is adjacent to the high school building.
[1980 Code § 157-19; New]
Any person who shall violate the provisions of this section shall, upon conviction, be liable to the penalty established in Chapter 1, § 1-5.
[1980 Code § 157-21; Ord. No. 2233 § 1; Ord. No. 2292; Ord. No. 2304; Ord. No. 2338 § 1; Ord. No. 2342 § 1; Ord. No. 2349; Ord. No. 2360; Ord. No. 2369; Ord. No. 2370; Ord. No. 2372; Ord. No. 2390; Ord. No. 2437-2015; Ord. No. 2468-2016; Ord. No. 2511-2017; Ord. No. 2519-2018; Ord. No. 2548-2018; amended 3-7-2019 by Ord. No. 2564; 7-18-2019 by Ord. No. 2579; 2-6-2020 by Ord. No. 2606; 9-3-2020 by Ord. No. 2628]
The fees for the Recreation/Community Center of the Borough of Roselle Park are hereby set as follows:
Recreation
Fee
Soccer
Fall Clinic
$45
Winter Indoor
$45
Fall/Travel
$65
Spring/Travel
$65
Fall/Rec
$65
Late Fee
$10
Family/Fall (3 or more children in one family)
$180
Family/Fall (3 or more children in one family) after June 1st (includes $10 late fee)
$190
Special Circumstances
$0
Spring Soccer Classes
$80
High School Soccer Summer Camp
$80
Individual Guest Registration
Guest Registration is the individual charge for players on team rosters from Guest Organizations outside of Roselle Park playing Fall Rec Soccer.
$35
Wrestling
K & 1st Grade
$55
2nd — 8th Grade
$75
Family (3 or more)
$155
Tournament Entry
$20
T-shirt
$8
Hoodie
$27
Shorts
$12
Bag
$7
Special Circumstances
$0
Singlet not returned
$100
Wrestling clinic
$25
Roselle Park Training Center (per season)
Individual (3rd to 8th Grade)
$40
Family (3 or more)
$110
Special Circumstances
$0
T-shirt
$8
Tank Top
$15
Shorts
$12
Basketball
Individual
$65
Family (3 or more)
$170
Basketball clinic
$30
Special circumstances
$0
Jersey Basketball Association
Individual
$95
Family (3 or more)
$260
Special Circumstances
$0
Women's softball
Team
$325
Roselle Park Men's Over 35 Basketball and Softball League
$625 per team (sponsorship)
Roselle Park Women's Basketball and Softball League
$275 per team (sponsorship)
Happy Haunted School Ages 10 and under (must be accompanied by an admission-free adult)
$5
Haunted School
$5
After-School Program registration
$25 per child
Community Center
Membership, lifetime
$1
Ceramics, senior (10-week session)
$10
Aerobics (10-week session)
Once per week
$30
Twice per week
$40
Saturday night dance
$2
Snack pack (5-week session)
$5
Parent/tot (4-week session)
$4
Canning, per class
$35
Community Center Rental for Private Parties
Up to and including five hours
$275 for Roselle Park Residents (which includes a $50 nonrefundable deposit)
$375 for Non-Roselle Park Residents (which includes a $50 nonrefundable deposit)
All rental fees shall be waived for the following entities: the Roselle Park School District; agencies of municipal, county, state, and federal government; and Union-County-based nonprofit organizations. Insurance and other policy-related requirements for rentals shall not be waived.
Over five hours
$275 for Roselle Park Residents (which includes a $50 nonrefundable deposit) plus $100 per additional hour
$375 for Non-Roselle Park Residents (which incudes a $50 nonrefundable deposit) plus $100 per additional hour
All rental fees shall be waived for the following entities: the Roselle Park School District; agencies of municipal, county, state, and federal government; and Union-County-based nonprofit organizations. Insurance and other policy-related requirements for rentals shall not be waived.
[1980 Code § 157-7]
Playing of golf at the Hawthorne Detention Basin inclusive of driving golf balls shall be prohibited.
[1980 Code § 157-8]
Playing baseball other than as a scheduled, organized event under the supervision of the Roselle Park Recreation Committee and/or the Roselle Park Board of Education shall be prohibited in the Hawthorne Detention Basin.
[1980 Code § 157-9]
All activities unless supervised by the Roselle Park Recreation Committee and/or the Roselle Park Board of Education shall be prohibited after dark and upon illumination of the field.
[1980 Code § 157-10; New]
Any person violating the provisions of this section shall, upon conviction, be liable to the penalty stated in Chapter 1, § 1-5.