Pat Elsbree Skate Park Rules (9680 Brooks Road South, Windsor)

Skate Park Rules

Town of Windsor Ordinance 5-3-120
Regulation of Use and Rules of Conduct

Any person using the skate park shall comply with the following rules and regulations:
a. The hours of use of the skate park shall be from 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. during the months of daylight savings time, and 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. during the months of standard time. Use of the park at any other time is prohibited. b. b. While skating or skateboarding, the participant may only use those areas designated for skateboarding or related skating activities.
c. While using the facility, the participant must use personal safety equipment comprised of at least head, knee and elbow protection.
d.No food or drink is allowed in the designated skate area.
e. No moveable obstacles or materials (i.e. ramps/jumps) are allowed in the park.
f. f. The use of bicycles and scooters is prohibited within the skate area.
g. Any act of vandalism, including the placement of graffiti, anywhere in or on the park is prohibited. The skate park will be closed until any graffiti is removed and/or any other act of vandalism is remedied or repaired. In addition to other penalties provided herein, any person committing an act of vandalism in the skate park, including putting graffiti on any part of the skate park, shall pay for the cost of removal and damages relating thereto.
h. Personal conduct and behavior: The following are prohibited in the park area at all times:
  1. Possession or use of any controlled substance or alcohol;
  2. Being under the influence of any controlled substance or alcohol;
  3. Fighting, aggressive behavior or other forms of violence;
  4. Possession or use of firearms, knives, or other weapons of any kind;
  5. Smoking or use of tobacco products.
Everyone shall treat each other with respect and courtesy.
(Ord. 2003-170 § 2 (part))


5-3-125 - Penalties.

The violation of this chapter shall be deemed an infraction for a first offense, punishable by a fine not exceeding fifty ($50.00) dollars; second and subsequent offenses within one (1) year may be prosecuted as an infraction or misdemeanor. A second violation within a year may be punishable by a fine not exceeding one hundred ($100.00) dollars; and a third or further violation within a year may be punishable by a fine not exceeding two hundred fifty ($250.00) dollars. Additionally, any person determined to have violated any provision of this ordinance may lose his/her privilege to use the skate park facility for up to one (1) year.

(Ord. 2003-170 § 2 (part))