Borough of Milltown, NJ
Middlesex County
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Editor's Note: See Chapter 3, Section 3-20 for regulations prohibiting the use of motorboats with gas or diesel-powered engines.
[1984 Code § 138-1]
As used in this chapter:
BOROUGH RESIDENT
Shall mean a person whose permanent residence is within the corporate limits of the Borough and who actually resides in his residence for the greater portion of each year, except for temporary absence on account of business, education, vacation and other similar circumstances.
DIRECTOR
Shall mean a person designated by the Department of Parks and Recreation to be in charge of any park area and its activities and to whom all park attendants of such area are responsible.
PARK
Shall mean a park, reservation, playground, pool, recreation center or any other area in the Borough owned or used by the Borough and devoted to active or passive recreation.
PERMANENT RESIDENT
Shall mean any person who is listed as a property owner in the tax books of the Borough, any person who is listed in the records of the Electric and Water Departments as a legal renter of premises located in the Borough or whose name appears on the records of the Municipal Clerk as a legal registered voter in the Borough. The husband, wife, child, children, grandchildren or parents whose permanent, full-time residence is in the home of a Borough resident is also to be considered a Borough resident.
VEHICLE
Shall mean any wheeled, conveyance, whether motor powered or self-propelled. The term shall include any trailer in tow of any size, kind or description. Exception is made for baby carriages and vehicles in the service of the Borough parks.
[1984 Code § 138-23; Ord. No. 725; Ord. No. 759; Ord. No. 904 § 1]
a. 
No person in a park shall appear at any place in other than proper clothing. With the exception of the restricted bathing area, "properly clothed" shall be construed to mean clothing that conforms to commonly accepted standards.
b. 
Solicit alms or contributions for any purpose, whether public or private.
c. 
Build or attempt to build a fire, except in such areas and under such regulations as may be designated by the Director of Parks and Recreation. No person shall drop, throw or otherwise scatter lighted matches, burning cigarettes or cigars, tobacco paper or other inflammable material within any park area or on any highway, road or street abutting or contiguous thereto.
d. 
Gamble or participate in or abet any game of chance.
e. 
Go onto the ice on any of the waters, except such areas as are designated as skating fields, and provided that a safety signal is displayed.
f. 
Sleep or protractedly lounge on the seats or benches or other areas outside the fenced-in pool areas; or engage in loud, boisterous, threatening, abusive, insulting or indecent language; or engage in any disorderly conduct or behavior tending to a breach of the public peace.
g. 
Disturb or interfere unreasonably with any person or party occupying any area or participating in any activity.
h. 
Dogs and cats are not permitted in any public park or on the property of the Senior Citizens Center.
[1984 Code § 138-2]
No person in a park shall:
a. 
Willfully mark, deface, disfigure, injure, tamper with or displace or remove any buildings, 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 property or appurtenances whatsoever, either real or personal.
b. 
Fail to cooperate in maintaining rest rooms and washrooms in a neat and sanitary condition. No person over the age of three years shall use the rest rooms and washrooms designated for the opposite sex.
c. 
Dig or remove any soil, rock, stones, trees, shrubs or plants, down timber or other wood or materials or make any excavation by tool, equipment or any other means.
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 any person attach any rope, wire or other contrivance to any tree or plant. A person shall not dig in or otherwise disturb grass area or in any other way injure or impair the natural beauty or usefulness of any area.
e. 
Climb any tree or walk, stand or sit upon monuments, vases, fountains, railing, fences or upon any other property not designated or customarily used for such purposes.
[1984 Code § 138-3]
No person in a park shall:
a. 
Throw, discharge or otherwise place or cause to be placed in the waters of any fountain, pond, lake, stream, pool or other 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 the waters.
b. 
Dump, deposit or leave any bottles, broken glass, ashes, paper, boxes, cans, dirt, rubbish, waste, garbage or refuse or other trash. No such refuse or trash shall be placed in any waters in or contiguous to any park, or left anywhere on the grounds thereof, but shall be placed in the proper receptacles where these are provided; where receptacles are not provided, all such rubbish or waste shall be carried away from the park by the person responsible for its presence and properly disposed of elsewhere.
[1984 Code § 138-21; Ord. No. 939; Ord. No. 1015]
No person in a park shall have brought alcoholic beverages, nor shall any person drink alcoholic beverages at any time in the park, except where same may be permitted on special occasions with the approval of the Borough Clerk and the Director of Police and/or Chief of Police. A fee of $7.50 shall be paid for each permit. No person shall enter or use park facilities while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. Appeals of the decisions of the Borough Clerk and the Director of Police and/or Chief of Police may be made to the Borough Council. All such appeals shall be made, in writing, within 10 days of the date of decision of the Borough Clerk and the Director of Police and/or Chief of Police.
[1984 Code § 138-22]
No person in a park shall have brought or have in his possession or set off or otherwise cause to explode or discharge or burn any firecrackers, torpedo, rocket or other fireworks or explosives of inflammable material, or discharge them or throw them into any such area from land or highway adjacent thereto, except where the same may be permitted on special occasions by action of the Borough Council. This prohibition includes any substance, compound, mixture or article that, in conjunction with any other substance or compound, would be dangerous from any of the foregoing standpoints.
[1984 Code § 138-6]
No person in a park shall swim, bath or wade in any waters or waterways in or adjacent to any park, except in such waters and at such places as are provided therefor and in compliance with such regulations as are herein set forth or may be hereafter adopted. Nor shall any person frequent any waters or places customarily designated for the purpose of swimming or bathing or congregate thereat when such activity is prohibited by the Department of Parks and Recreation or the Director of Parks and Recreation upon a finding that such use of the water would be dangerous or otherwise inadvisable.
[1984 Code § 138-18]
No person in a park shall:
a. 
Picnic or lunch in places other than those designated for that purpose. The Borough shall have the authority to regulate the activities in such areas when necessary to prevent congestion and to secure the maximum use for the comfort and convenience of all. Visitors shall comply with any directions given to achieve this end.
b. 
Violate the regulations that use of the individual fireplaces, together with tables and benches, follows generally the rule of first come, first served.
c. 
Use any portion of the picnic areas or of any of the buildings or structures therein for the purpose of holding picnics to the exclusion of other persons, nor shall any person use such area and facilities for an unreasonable time if the facilities are crowded.
d. 
Leave a picnic area before the fire is completely extinguished and before all trash in the nature of boxes, papers, cans, bottles, garbage and other refuse is placed in the disposal receptacles where provided. If no such trash receptacles are available, then refuse and trash shall be carried away from the park area by the picnicker to be properly disposed of elsewhere.
[1984 Code § 138-19]
No person in a park shall take part in or abet the playing of games involving thrown or otherwise propelled objects, such as balls, stones, arrows, javelins or model airplanes, except in areas set apart for such forms of recreation. The playing of rough or comparatively dangerous games, such as football, baseball and quoits, is prohibited except on the fields and courts or areas provided therefor.
[1984 Code § 138-24]
No person in a park shall expose or offer for sale any article or thing, nor shall be station or place any stand, cart or vehicle for the transportation, sale or display of any such article or thing.
Exception is here made as to any regularly licensed concessionaire acting by and under the authority and regulation of the Borough Council.
[1984 Code § 138-4; Ord. No. 853 § 1]
No person in a park shall:
a. 
Fail to comply with all applicable provisions of the State motor vehicles traffic laws in regard to equipment and operation of vehicles, together with such regulations as are contained in this chapter and other ordinances of the Borough.
b. 
Fail to obey all traffic officers and park employees, such persons being hereby authorized and instructed to direct traffic whenever and wherever needed in the parks and on the highways, streets or roads immediately adjacent thereto in accordance with the provisions of these regulations and such supplementary regulations as may be issued from the Department of Parks and Recreation or the Mayor and Borough Council.
c. 
Fail to observe carefully all traffic signs indicating speed, direction, caution, stopping or parking and all others posted for proper control and to safeguard life and property.
d. 
Ride or drive a vehicle at a rate of speed exceeding five miles per hour.
e. 
Drive any vehicle on any area except the paved park roads or parking areas, or such other areas as may on occasion be specifically designated as temporary parking areas by Department of Parks and Recreation or the Director.
f. 
Park a vehicle in other than an established or designated parking area, and such use shall be in accordance with the posted directions there and with the instructions of any attendant who may be present.
g. 
Leave a vehicle standing or parked overnight.
h. 
Double-park any vehicle on any road or parkway unless directed by a park official.
i. 
Fail to use a muffler adequate to deaden the sound of the engine in a motor vehicle.
[1984 Code § 138-5]
No person in a park shall:
a. 
Ride a bicycle on other than a paved vehicular road or path designated for that purpose. A bicyclist shall be permitted to wheel or push a bicycle by hand over any grassy area or wooded trail or on any paved area reserved for pedestrian use.
b. 
Ride a bicycle other than on the right-hand side of the road paving as close as conditions permit, and bicycles shall be kept in single file when two or more are operating as a group. Bicyclists shall at all times operate their machines with reasonable care and regard to the safety of others.
c. 
Ride any other person on a bicycle.
d. 
Leave a bicycle in a place other than a bicycle rack when such is provided and there is a space available.
e. 
Leave a bicycle lying on the ground or paving or set against trees or in any place or position where other persons may trip over or be injured by it.
f. 
Ride a bicycle on any road between 30 minutes after sunset and 30 minutes before sunrise without an attached headlight, plainly visible at least 100 feet in front of, and without a red tailight or red reflector, plainly visible from at least 100 feet from the rear of, such bicycle.
[1984 Code § 138-17]
No person in a park shall bring into or operate any boat, raft or other watercraft upon any waters, except on approval of the Department of Parks and Recreation.
[1984 Code § 138-25]
Except for unusual and unforeseen emergencies, parks shall be open to the public every day of the year during designated hours. The opening and closing hours for each individual park shall be posted therein for public information.
[1983 Code § 138-15]
A bulletin board will be maintained for the benefit of the public and will announce such events as contests, shows, swim lessons, youth and adult trips and other up and coming recreational programs.
[1984 Code § 138-26]
The finding of lost articles by park attendants shall be reported to the Director of Parks and Recreation, who shall make every reasonable effort to locate the owners. The Director shall make every reasonable effort to find articles reported as lost.
[1984 Code § 138-27]
a. 
The Director of Parks and Recreation and park attendants shall, in connection with their duties imposed by law, diligently enforce the provisions of this chapter.
b. 
The Director and any park attendant shall have the authority to eject from the park any person acting in violation of this chapter.
c. 
The Director and any park attendant shall have the authority to seize and confiscate any property, thing or device in the park or used in the park in violation of this chapter.
[1984 Code § 158-20]
a. 
The tennis courts are for the use of Milltown residents and their guests only.
b. 
Tennis courts will be open to all residents and their guests Monday through Friday until 6:00 p.m. and all day Saturday and Sunday. After 6:00 p.m. weekdays, only adults 16 years of age or older or teenagers playing with their parents will be allowed.
c. 
Use by any group will be limited to one hour.
d. 
No more than four persons will be allowed on one court at a time.
[1984 Code § 138-20]
a. 
All persons playing must display a badge.
b. 
Residents and guest badges are sold at the Municipal Building at such cost as the Council may by resolution from time to time determine.
[1984 Code § 138-20]
Violators of the aforementioned rules as well as of posted rules and rules of good conduct are subject to ejection from the tennis area. Flagrant or continuous violation may result in permanent forfeiture of tennis privileges.
[Ord. No. 970 § 1; Ord. No. 02-1124 § I; Ord. No. 13-1379]
a. 
Membership in the Milltown Borough Pool is available to Milltown residents and nonresidents.
b. 
To be admitted to the fenced-in pool area, all persons over the age of three must have a pool photo identification badge on their possession, whether or not intending to swim.
c. 
Membership photo identification badges can be purchased according to the badge sale schedule.
d. 
Membership does not include optional activities such as swimming lessons, water aerobics, volleyball, pre-teen nights, day care, day camps, dances, band concerts, et al., which are available at additional cost.
e. 
Membership fees shall be set by ordinance of the Borough Council.
f. 
Loaning of photo I.D. badges to other individuals shall not be permitted and violation thereof will result in confiscation and forfeiture.
[Ord. No. 970 § 2; Ord. No. 02-1124 § II; Ord. No. 13-1379]
a. 
Daily guest swim passes may be purchased by a Borough resident who must provide proof of residency. Fees for daily guest swim badges shall be set by ordinance of the Borough Council.
b. 
Day camps and day cares may utilize the Milltown Borough Pool either before or after regular swimming hours, at the discretion of the Director of Recreation, upon the execution of a Pool-Use Agreement and the provision of an acceptable Certificate of Insurance naming the Borough of Milltown as an additional insured.
c. 
Any member or Milltown resident may request permission to rent the Milltown Borough Pool for a pool party on a non-exclusive basis upon the completion and acceptance of a Pool Party Rental Reservation Form and payment of the required Pool Party Rental Fees.
d. 
Guests must obey all rules of the Borough pool.
e. 
Milltown residents are responsible for the conduct of their guests.
[Ord. No. 838 § 2; Ord. No. 851 § 1; Ord. No. 939; Ord. No. 1016; Ord. No. 1031; Ord. No. 1037; Ord. No. 02-1118; Ord. No. 03-1141; Ord. No. 04-1168; Ord. No. 04-1169; Ord. No. 07-1250 § I, II; Ord. No. 08-1276 § I; Ord. No. 10-1306; Ord. No. 11-1332; Ord. No. 13-1379; Ord. No. 2014-1394 § 1; Ord. No. 2015-1410 § 1; amended 5-9-2016 by Ord. No. 16-1423; 5-13-2019 by Ord. No. 19-1473]
Fees
Resident
Nonresident
Military (with ID)
Registered SACC Participant
Seasonal Pool Badges (access during all regular operating hours):
Adult (14 years and up)
$145
$210
$100
Child (4-13 years)
$125
$195
$75
Child under 3 years
No charge
$10
No charge
Maximum per family
$415
$615
$275
Senior citizen
$45
$75
No charge
Replace lost I.D. badge
$60
$80
$60
Daily Badges:
Weekdays
Adult (14 years and up)
$10
$13
$8
Child (4 to 13 years)
$7
$10
$5
Child under 3 years
No Charge
$1
No Charge
Senior citizen
$5
$8
No Charge
Weekends and holidays
Adult (14 years and up)
$10
$13
$8
Child (4 to 13 years)
$9
$12
$7
Child under 3 years
No Charge
$1
No Charge
Senior citizen
$5
$8
No Charge
Swimming Lessons (each session is 2 weeks):
First session
Participant has Seasonal Badge
$125
$150
$125
$80
Particpant does not have Seasonal Badge
$125
$225
$125
$80
Additional Sessions
Participant has Seasonal Badge
$125
$150
$125
$80
Participant does not have Seasonal Badge
$125
$175
$125
$80
The following fees are assessed in addition to badges; attendees who have a seasonal badge will not be required to pay additional attendee fee.
Pool Party Rental:
Fee is rental fee plus per-person charges; fee calculated based on residency of host
Facility rental fee
$50
$75
$50
Adult (14 years and up)
$10
$13
$8
Child (4 to 13 years)
$7
$10
$5
Child under 3 years
No Charge
$1
No Charge
Senior citizen
$5
$8
No Charge
Day Camps/Day Care:
Fee is rental fee plus per-person charges; fee calculated based on residency of host
Facility rental fee
$50
$75
$50
Adult (14 years and up)
$10
$13
$8
Child (4 to 13 years)
$7
$10
$5
Child under 3 years
No Charge
$1
No Charge
Senior citizen
$5
$8
No Charge
Pre-Teen and Teen Night
Per person
$5
$5
$5
Adult Night
$10
$10
$10
Waiver of Fees. In the event that any individuals wishing to partake in the aforementioned events fall below the federal poverty level, the Director of the Department of Recreation may waive these fees.
Late Fees. A late fee of $15 shall be charged for any payment not received on or before the due date established for said payment by the Director of Recreation. The Director of Recreation is hereby authorized to waive the imposition of any late fee due pursuant to this subsection for good cause shown.
[Ord. No. 970 § 3; Ord. No. 02-1124 § III]
No person in the pool area shall allow himself or herself to be so covered with a bathing suit as to indecently expose his or her person. Bathers shall wear bathing suits only. No cut-offs or shorts are allowed in the pool.
[Ord. No. 970 § 4; Ord. No. 02-1124 § 4; Ord. No. 13-1379]
a. 
Regular swimming hours are between the hours of 12:00 noon and 8:00 p.m.
b. 
The Director of Recreation shall have the discretion to permit the pool to operate between the hours of (i) 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon; and/or (ii) 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. to accommodate day camps, day cares, parties and/or other special events.
c. 
Poor or inclement weather, as well as poor attendance, may lead to an earlier closing time on any given day, at the discretion of the Director of Recreation and Pool Manager.
d. 
Extremely warm weather may lead to an extended swimming time on any given day, at the discretion of the Director of Recreation or designee.
[Ord. No. 970 § 5; Ord. No. 02-1124 § V; Ord. No. 13-1391; amended 7-9-2018 by Ord. No. 18-1463]
a. 
Alcoholic beverages are prohibited at the pool during regular operating hours or any extension thereof by the Director of Recreation or Pool Manager. No person shall be under the influence of any alcohol at the pool during regular operating hours or any extension thereof by the Director of Recreation or Pool Manager.
b. 
Alcoholic beverages are permitted to be consumed at the pool during adult parties sponsored by the Borough Recreation Department, subject to the following restrictions:
1. 
Any adult party at which alcoholic beverages are permitted to be consumed at the pool must occur at a time other than the normal operating hours of the pool.
2. 
No persons under the age of 21 years may be present at the pool at any time when alcoholic beverages are permitted to be consumed.
3. 
Participants at adult parties are required to bring their own alcoholic beverages for consumption during adult parties. No alcoholic beverages shall be offered for sale by the Borough Recreation Department to participants during any adult party; nor shall any alcoholic beverage be distributed to participants by the Borough Recreation Department free of charge during any adult party.
4. 
No alcoholic beverages may be consumed in the swimming areas.
5. 
Glass containers are prohibited at any adult party.
6. 
The Borough Recreation Department shall not be required to obtain an alcohol permit, as provided for in § 14-2.4 of this chapter, in order to conduct adult party under this subsection.
c. 
Food and beverages are only permitted in areas designated by the Director of Recreation or Designee.
d. 
Smoking is not permitted anywhere on pool property at any time.
[Ord. No. 970 § 6; Ord. No. 02-1124 § VI]
Lifeguards may, at any time, require any swimmer to take a swim test when doubtful of his or her swimming ability.
[Ord. No. 970 § 7; Ord. No. 02-1124 § VII; Ord. No. 13-1379]
Children nine years of age and under shall be accompanied in swimming areas by a responsible person over the age of 14 years.
[Ord. No. 970 § 8; Ord. No. 9-23-96; Ord. No. 02-1124 § VIII; Ord. No. 13-1379]
General rules and regulations for the everyday use of the Borough pool shall be established by the Director of Recreation with advice from the Recreation Advisory Committee and Pool Manager who may participate in establishing these rules and approved by the Borough Council. Pool patrons must also comply with the Bather Rules for Swimming Pools, Wading Pools, Hot Tubs and Spas promulgated by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, set forth at N.J.A.C. 8:26-5.4.
[Ord. No. 970 § 9; Ord. No. 02-1124 § IX]
Violators of this section and of posted rules and rules of good conduct are subject to ejection from the pool area. Flagrant or continuous violation may result in permanent forfeiture of recreational privileges. Lifeguards, as well as the Pool Manager and Director of Recreation, may order violators out of the pool area and may suspend swimming privileges for a period of time subject to the Pool Manager's and/or Director's discretion.
[1984 Code § 138-16]
An arts and crafts program shall be conducted as part of the regular summer activities.
[Ord. No. 939; Ord. No. 990; Ord. No. 1015; Ord. No. 1016; Ord. No. 1029; Ord. No. 1031; Ord. No. 1037; Ord. No. 1084-00; Ord. No. 01-1092; Ord. No. 01-1105; Ord. No. 02-118; Ord. No. 03-1141; Ord. No. 05-1168; Ord. No. 05-1195; Ord. No. 05-1211; Ord. No. 08-1275 § 1; Ord. No. 09-1286 § 2; Ord. No. 11-1333; Ord. No. 13-1375; Ord. No. 2014-1394 § 2; Ord. No. 2015-1410 § 2; amended 5-9-2016 by Ord. No. 16-1423; 5-13-2019 by Ord. No. 19-1473]
The following fees are hereby established for programs of the Department of Recreation of the Borough of Milltown:
a. 
Sports Programs.
Sport
Program
Resident
Nonresident
Basketball
Fundamental Fours
First child registration
$60
$100
Each additional child registration
$55
$100
Grades K through 2
First child registration
$60
$100
Each additional child registration
$55
$100
Grades 3 through 8
First child registration
$85
$110
Each additional child registration
$75
$110
Adult basketball
Per session
$70
$90
Soccer
Fundamental Fours
First child registration
$60
$100
Each additional child registration
$55
$100
Grades K through 2
First child registration
$60
$100
Each additional child registration
$55
$100
Grades 3 through 8
First child registration
$70
$100
Each additional child registration
$65
$100
T-Ball
Fundamental Fours
First child registration
$60
$100
Each additional child registration
$55
$100
Tennis
All ages tennis
First registration
$155
$160
Each additional registration
$145
$150
Yoga
Adult yoga
One time per week per session
$55
$60
Two times per week per session
$75
$80
Children yoga
One time per week per session
$50
$55
Volleyball
Adult volleyball
Per session
$70
$90
Adult beach volleyball
Per session
$25
$25
b. 
Summer Recreation Program - Albert Avenue Park.
Six Week Half-Day Program
Resident
Nonresident
First child registration
$195
N/A
Each additional child registration
$180
N/A
Counselor in training
$150
N/A
c. 
Late Fee. A late fee of $15 shall be charged for any payment not received on or before the due date established for said payment by the Director of Recreation. The Director of Recreation is hereby authorized to waive the imposition of any late fee due pursuant to this subsection for good cause shown.
d. 
Waiver of Fees. In the event that any individuals wishing to partake in the aforementioned events fall below the federal poverty level, the Director of the Department of Recreation may waive these fees.
e. 
Non-Annual Programs. Any programs or events not run on an annual basis by the Department of Parks and Recreation shall be at a fee established by use of the following equation: cost of program (based on minimum participation rate) plus administration fee (10% of cost; not to exceed $20).
[Ord. No. 939; Ord. No. 945; Ord. No. 1066]
Rental fees for the Senior Citizen Center are as follows:
Milltown Residents
$200
Milltown Senior Citizens (age 60 or over)
$100
Non-Milltown Residents
$350
Milltown Civic/Nonprofit/Political Groups
No charge
Refundable Deposit for all Renters
$200
[Ord. No. 939; Ord. No. 1015; Ord. No. 1063; Ord. No. 03-1140; Ord. No. 05-1206; Ord. No. 08-1273 § I; Ord. No. 10-1306; Ord. No. 2014-1394 § 3]
The following fees are established for the rental of Albert Avenue Park or the Borough Park Pavilion:
Milltown Borough Resident (Individual or Family)
$175/Day
Milltown Borough Nonprofit Organization
$175/Day
Milltown Borough Business
$225/Day
Nonresident (Individual or Family)
$325/Day
Nonresident Nonprofit Organization
$250/Day
Nonresident Business
$425/Day
Nonrefundable Rain Date Fee
$50/Day
The foregoing fees shall not be prorated in the event the use of Albert Avenue Park or the Borough Park Pavilion is for less than an entire day.
[Ord. No. 2014-1394 § 3]
General rules and regulations for the use of Albert Avenue Park or Borough Park Pavilion shall be established by the Director of Recreation with advice from the Recreation Advisory Committee and approved by the Borough Council.
[Ord. No. 2014-1394 § 4]
The following fees are established for the rental of baseball fields in the parks within the Borough:
Milltown Borough Resident (Individual or Family)
$175/Day
Milltown Borough Nonprofit Organization
$175/Day
Milltown Borough Business
$225/Day
Nonresident (Individual or Family)
$325/Day
Nonresident Nonprofit Organization
$250/Day
Nonresident Business
$425/Day
Nonrefundable Rain Date Fee
$50/Day
The foregoing fees shall not be prorated in the event the use of a baseball field is for less than an entire day.
[Ord. No. 2014-1394 § 4]
General rules and regulations for the use of baseball fields shall be established by the Director of Recreation with advice from the Recreation Advisory Committee and approved by the Borough Council.