Chapter 10.60


10.60.010    Landing on city property.

10.60.020    Permit – Issuance – Terms and conditions.

10.60.030    Violation – Penalty.

10.60.010 Landing on city property.

The landing of hang gliders or like or similar kites or sail planes on any property within the city limits, which is owned or exclusively controlled by the city, is prohibited except under the terms and conditions stated in this chapter. (Ord. 556 § 1, 1977).

10.60.020 Permit – Issuance – Terms and conditions.

The city council may, upon application by any person who is a resident of the city, issue a permit allowing the landing of hang gliders and associated aircraft upon certain specifically designated property owned or controlled by the city upon the following terms and conditions:

A. The permit will specifically set forth the area which is to be used for the landing of such craft, and the permit will specifically designate the days and hours during which such landing will be permitted.

B. The permit will further specifically set forth in detail safety measures which are to be taken to insure that the area to be designated for the landing of such craft is not accessible to the general public, and that it will be policed to prevent the public from wandering into it or otherwise using the same for purposes other than the landing of this type of aircraft.

C. The permit will also require that the applicant provide liability insurance with the city as a named insured for the duration of the permit in an amount which the council deems sufficient to protect the city from any and all claims or causes of action arising out of the use of city property for such purposes.

D. The permit may contain any other provisions which the council at the time of issuance may deem to be reasonable and proper in the exercise of its discretion in granting the use of city property. (Ord. 556 § 2, 1977).

10.60.030 Violation – Penalty.

Upon conviction of a violation of this chapter, the court shall impose a fine of not more than one hundred dollars. (Ord. 556 § 3, 1977).