§ 19-6. Traffic. 
No person in a park shall:  
Fail to comply with the provisions of the motor vehicle traffic laws of the state and 
ordinances of the County in regard to equipment and operation of vehicles.  
Fail to obey all traffic officers, law enforcement officers and parks and recreation 
employees, such persons being authorized and instructed to direct traffic whenever and 
wherever needed in the park.  
Fail to obey all traffic signs indicating speed, direction, caution, stopping or parking, and  
all others posted for proper control and to safeguard life and property.  
Ride or drive a vehicle at a rate of speed exceeding 10 miles an hour, except upon such 
roads as the Director may specifically designate, by posted signs, for speedier travel.  
Drive any vehicle on any area except the paved park roads or designated parking areas, or 
such other areas as may on occasion be specifically designated as temporary parking 
areas by the Director, except that bicycles shall be permitted on all trails unless 
specifically prohibited.  
Park a vehicle, or allow it to stand in other than an established or designated parking area, 
and such use shall be in accordance with the posted directions and with the instructions of 
any traffic officer, law enforcement officer or parks and recreation employee who may be 
Cause or permit a vehicle to obstruct the flow of traffic.  
Cause or permit a vehicle to be parked unattended or abandoned overnight except by 
written permission of the Director.  
Stand, sit, congregate or in any way block or cause a hazard for vehicles in any roadway 
or parking area, except as may be specifically designated by the director during special 
Operate any motorized vehicle at any location within the park other than such places, if 
any, as are specifically designated for such purposes by the Director, except that regularly 
licensed vehicles and operators, or mopeds, may have access to the streets, roadways and  
parking areas within parks to the same extent as public streets, subject to all other rules of 
this article and Code.  
Ride a bicycle on other than the right-hand side of a paved vehicular road or path 
designated for that purpose; or fail to keep in single file when 2 or more bicycles are 
operating as a group, except as specifically designated by the Director during special 
bicycle events.  
Ride any other person over the age of 6 years on a single-passenger bicycle in any park.  
Leave a bicycle unattended in a place other than a bicycle rack when such is provided and 
there is space available.  
Leave a bicycle lying on the ground or paving, or against trees, or in any place or position 
where other persons may trip over or be injured by it.  
Ride a bicycle on any road or parking area between 30 minutes after sunset and 30 
minutes before sunrise without an attached headlight plainly visible at least 200 feet from 
the front, and without a red taillight or red reflector plainly visible from at least 100 feet 
from the rear of such bicycle.