KWPD SPRING BREAK: STUDENT DOS AND DONTS
Students are being put on alert that police will firmly enforce local laws and address special problems that arise in a resort city:
When riding bicycles, obey all traffic laws. Front and back lights are required when riding at night.
Scooters, motorcycles and bicycles may not be parked on the sidewalk. The city has provided bicycle racks and designated free parking areas for these vehicles.
Passengers may not ride on the back of any moped, scooter or motorcycle unless it is designed for passengers.
Carrying open containers of alcoholic beverages on city streets, sidewalks and beaches is illegal.
The horn of a scooter is a safety warning device. Persons using it otherwise will be cited.
Pedestrians must stay on the sidewalks. Standing in the streets is dangerous and obstructs traffic. Police officers will disperse crowds overflowing onto city thoroughfares.
The purpose of extra sanitary facilities and trashcans is obvious. Police expect people to use them and will cite persons for littering or relieving themselves in public.