Chapter 3 AIRPORT*
Section 3-8 Violations.
It shall be unlawful for any person to:
(1) Enter any restricted area at the
airport posted as being closed to the public except:
a. Those persons
assigned to duty therein.
b. Those persons
authorized by the director or the manager.
under appropriate supervision entering the aircraft parking apron area for
the purposes of embarkation and debarkation.
(2) Solicit funds for any purpose
or offer merchandise or services for sale on airport property
without the permission of the director or manager.
(3) Post, distribute, or display signs,
advertisements, circulars, or other printed or written
matter on airport property except with the approval of the director or manager under such terms
and conditions as may be prescribed.
(4) Operate any vehicle for hire from
the airport unless such operation conforms to the city
ordinance or is with the approval of the city council and under such terms and conditions as may
(5) Operate any vehicle on any aviation
ramp, landing area or air operation area without
authorization from the manager.
(6) Park any unattended vehicle in
any area used for the operation, taxiing, landing, taking
off, or parking of aircraft.
(7) Operate any motor vehicle (except
emergency vehicles) in excess of fifteen (15) miles
per hour in an air operation area.
(8) Operate any vehicle, aircraft,
or mechanized equipment on airport property while under
the influence of drugs or alcohol.
(9) Smoke on the aviation ramp, landing
area, or any other area designed for the operation of
aircraft or in any space within one hundred (100) feet of any fuel carrier not in motion, or within
one hundred (100) feet of a fueling operation in progress.
(10) Fuel or defuel any aircraft fuel
tank in any building or structure, or within twenty-five
(25) feet of any service hangar; or deposit or drain onto, or leave any aviation fuel, lubricant, oil,
grease, chemical, or other harmful liquid or material on any paved surface of airport property.
(11) Transport or store fuel on airport
property in bottles, cans, or any other container with
less than fifty (50) gallons capacity or fuel any aircraft from such container, except as permitted
in writing by the manager.
(12) Operate or taxi any aircraft
when the engine is running unless the operator is a licensed
pilot or mechanic.
(13) Start an aircraft engine or leave
any aircraft unattended while an engine is running with
no one at the controls.
(14) Fail to yield to taxiing aircraft.
(Ord. No. 10665, § 1(3.080), 8-5-85)