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Unless otherwise authorized in this code or by revocable permit, no person shall:

(a) Cut or split wood on a street or sidewalk.

(b) Carry, haul, deposit, or discard any rubbish, garbage, debris, human waste, or other refuse upon any street, sidewalk, accessway, or shared-use path exposed so as to be offensive to pedestrians.

(c) Give a show, exhibition or performance on a street or sidewalk.

(d) Set up or operate a vehicle, stand or place for the display or sale of merchandise, or sell, vend, or display for sale an article in the streets or on the sidewalks or in doorways or stairways of business houses, or in any other place where such activity causes congregation and congestion of people or vehicles on the streets or sidewalks.

(e) Place or maintain gasoline pumps or similar devices for vending volatile oils on a street or alley except under a revocable permit from the city manager.

(f) Place personal property on a sidewalk, accessway, or shared-use path if the minimum width established by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) or the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is not maintained. For purposes of this section, sidewalks must have a minimum clear width of 48 inches (4 feet), and accessways and shared-use paths must have minimum clear width of 120 inches (10 feet).

(g) Drain, or cause or permit to be drained, sewage, graywater, or the drainage from a cesspool, septic tank, recreational or camping vehicle waste holding tank or other contaminated source, upon any street, sidewalk, accessway, or shared-use path, the associated stormwater drainage system, or adjacent wetlands. A violation of this section is deemed an immediate risk to public health and safety and, in addition to the issuance of a citation for the violation, a recreational or camping vehicle is subject to immediate impoundment in accordance with EC 5.693 through 5.980 and the administrative rules adopted pursuant thereto.

(Section 4.860 amended by Ordinance No. 18886, enacted October 26, 1981; Ordinance No. 19145, enacted May 25, 1983; and Ordinance No. 19338, enacted June 26, 1985, effective July 26, 1985; Ordinance 20689, enacted May 24, 2023, effective June 25, 2023.)