GUIDELINES FOR USE OF METAL DETECTORS IN THE HAMILTON COUNTY PARK DISTRICT

1. Permit may be secured from any Park District ranger, or at Ranger Headquarters. No fee involved. 2. Areas restricted from use will be Park District golf courses, areas designated for horticultural use, the infield areas of all ballfields, and all other areas closed to the public. 3. Tools used for probing must be similar to a screwdriver, with a blade length of no more than six (6) inches, and a width of no more than one half inch. 4. Any area disturbed must be returned to its natural state. 5. Use of metal detectors will be restricted to weekdays only during the months of April through October. Metal detectors may be used seven days a week November through March. 6. Section 131.06 of the Hamilton County Park District bylaws reads as follows: “No person shall injure, deface, disturb, or befoul any part of the Park District, nor any building, sign, equipment, or other property found therein. No person shall remove, injure, or destroy any trees, shrubs, wildflowers, or other plants, animals, fossils, or minerals within the Park District.” 7. Violation of any of the above will result in the revocation of user’s permit. 8. Penalty for violations of Section 131.06 of the Hamilton County Park District bylaws could result in a fine of up to $100 (first offense), or up to $500 (second offense). I have read the above rules and agree to abide by them.

Signature of permit holder_____________________________________ Date ______________________________

Issued by ________________________________________________

**PERMIT EXPIRES ONE YEAR FROM DATE OF ISSUE.**

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