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Terms & Conditions
§ 90.20 GENERAL PARK RULES.
(A) It shall be unlawful for any person to perform, engage in, conduct, or authorize any of the following activities in a city park or city recreational facility, without the prior express written approval of the city:
(1) Disturb or harm any animal or fish, or disturb or destroy the nest of any bird, or disturb or destroy the den or nest or abode of any animal in any city park, provided, however, that fish may be taken for noncommercial purposes in accordance with state fishing laws. No person shall use a spear or bow and arrow in the course of such fishing activities;
(2) Injure, damage, destroy, disturb, or remove any flora (plants) or fauna (animals) in a city park, or disturb or remove any surface or subsurface materials;
(3) Deface, damage, destroy, disturb, or remove any building, structure, sign, improvement, or facility in a city park;
(4) Solicit or sell any goods, wares, or merchandise of any nature whatsoever in a city park or facility, without the express written approval of the city;
(5) Build a fire, except in designated areas;
(6) Allow or permit an animal to enter or remain in a swimming pool, or the fenced area immediately around a swimming pool except service animals;
(7) Possess or carry a firearm (except as may be permitted by state law), a bow and/or arrow, an air or gas weapon, or other dangerous or deadly instrument;
(8) Enter or remain in any park or park facility in violation of the posted closing time;
(9) Operate a motor vehicle in any park area, except upon a parking lot or upon a roadway, clearly distinguished as such;
(10) Stop, stand, or park a vehicle in a park, except in parking lots or parking areas clearly marked as such;
(11) Stop, stand, or park a vehicle in a parking lot or parking area for a city park, except while utilizing the park or park facilities. In no event shall a parking lot or parking area for a park be utilized for private or residential parking;
(12) Ride, permit, or allow a horse or other livestock to enter or remain in a city park;
(13) Use skateboards, roller skates, or similar devices except in areas designated for such use; or
(14) Camp in any city park.
(B) The following rules and regulations shall apply specifically to controlled areas of the park and recreation system when posted:
(1) No pets shall be allowed except for service animals;
(2) The use of all tobacco products shall be prohibited;
(3) General rules of sportsmanship shall be enforced; and
(4) No outside food or beverage shall be allowed without the prior approval of the city.
(C) Rules regarding camping, fishing, hunting, boating, sailing, and swimming shall be governed by Chapter 91 of this title.
(Prior Code, § 90.20) (Ord. 1535, passed 2-13-2007) Penalty, see § 10.99
§ 90.21 ORGANIZED SPORTS.
(A) The Parks and Recreation Department may enforce general and accepted rules governing sportsmanship and courtesy and may eject participants, coaches, spectators, and any other persons who violate such rules.
(B) The Parks and Recreation Department may deny booking fields to groups, organizations, or individuals who have a history of disregarding city rules and policies regulating city parks.
(Prior Code, § 90.21) (Ord. 1535, passed 2-13-2007)
§ 90.22 SPEED LIMIT FOR PARK FACILITY ROADS AND PARKING AREAS.
No person shall drive any vehicle upon any park facility road or parking area at a speed greater than 15 mph except as may be posted otherwise.
(Prior Code, § 90.22) (Ord. 1535, passed 2-13-2007) Penalty, see § 10.99
§ 90.23 PROHIBITION OF GLASS IN RECREATIONAL FACILITIES.
It shall be unlawful for any person to possess, take into, through, carry through, or put into any public park, public lake, or public recreational facility any glass container or glass object regardless of content, shape, or size. Any vehicle traveling on a public road crossing through or adjacent to a public park for non-recreational purposes shall not be governed by this section.
(Prior Code, § 90.23) (Ord. 1535, passed 2-13-2007) Penalty, see § 10.99
Rules and Regulations for Durant Sport Complex
Rules, Regulations and Policies
- DO NOT climb on or over fences, backstops, dugouts, or goals
- DO NOT hit balls with a bat or throw balls into fence for practice
- Outside food and drinks are PROHIBITED at the complex
- Possession or consumption of ALCOHOL in the complex is PROHIBITED
- Glass containers are PROHIBITED in the Complex
- The use of tobacco products inside the Complex is PROHIBITED
- Deposit litter in trash receptacles
- All animals and pets are PROHIBITED
- The use of skateboards, skates, roller blades, and bicycles are PROHIBITED inside the complex
- Parents are responsible for their children actions and children shall not be left unattended
- The Durant Multi-Sports Complex is not responsible for lost or stolen items
- Be aware of flying objects on and off the fields
- The Durant Multi-Sports Complex is not liable for damage to vehicles or property
- RV’S and vehicles with trailers shall ONLY park in overflow parking areas
- NO overnight RV parking
- NO grilling will be allowed on the Multi-Sports Complex property
- NO storage of any property
- NO spectators in dugouts or playing fields during play
- Rescheduling of games will be based on field availability
- An event applicant may NOT offer food items for sale and / or distribution without prior written consent from the City
- An event applicant may NOT offer any items for sell or provide such items for donation or have any other concession without written consent from the city
- NO vehicles may be driven or parked in undesignated area. Violator’s vehicles will be towed away at the owner’s expense
- Advertising materials, flyers, or other promotional material are limited to City sponsored events only. NO item can be posted or left without City approval
- The City of Durant is NOT responsible for lost, missing, or stolen items
- The renter is responsible and liable for all broken, damaged, missing, or stolen city owned equipment and / or property
- Misuse of field, equipment, or facility shall be reason to terminate event permit and order prompt exit of participants. If this occurs, there will be NO refund of fees paid NO activity will be permitted which is in violation of local, state, and federal statutes.
- Applicants must adhere to all City of Durant, Durant Police, and Durant Fire codes during the use of the facility. Any participants violating any of these rules may be asked to vacate the premises.
- The renter is responsible for any contractors (photographers, sports equipment, airbrush artist and etc) hired. It is the renter’s responsibility to insure their contractors and vendors comply with all facility policies and regulations. All items needed for the event must be delivered and removed from the facility during hours designated on contract.
- The tournament director at their own expense may provide one golf car for use to haul materials and equipment, as well as, move around the Complex during the tournament. Every attempt shall be made to keep the cart on paved surfaces. All operators must be at least 16 years of age.
- Umpires and payment of the umpires will be the responsibility of the tournament director. For tournaments help by the city, umpires will be paid by the tournament teams prior to the start of the games, at the coaches meeting at home plate.
SPECIAL EVENTS: Nonprofit and charitable organizations, no one organization should have more than one (1) event in a calendar year. Special tournaments will have first preference over a charity event if schedule is less than 90 days. All special event permits need 60 days to get City Approval. Fees for a charitable event will be at the City of Durant option (length or event, time require by complex staff to make ready for play, and/or number of city employees it takes to maintain complex fields during event). Nonprofit organization no later than 3 days following the event, should submit a report to the City Clerk detailing funds raised to benefit the Durant community.
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