City of Binghamton, New York

Disorderly Conduct

Ordinance Part: 
Code of Ordinances Part 2. General Legislation
Code: 
220

 

Chapter 220, DISORDERLY CONDUCT

[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Binghamton 10-5-1970 (Ch. 14, §§ 14-7 and 14-8, of the 1970 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]

GENERAL REFERENCES

Loitering -- See Ch. 279.

Streets and sidewalks -- See Ch. 355.

 

§ 220-1.  Injury to public property prohibited.

It shall be unlawful for any person to willfully and unlawfully cut, injure, deface or tarnish any public building, bridge, sign, fence, tree, awning, useful or ornamental improvement or any public work in the City; or willfully and unlawfully to break any windows or window glass in any private or public building or place of worship in the City, or the glass of any public lamp; or to aid, abet or assist therein. 

 

§ 220-2.  Interfering with public work. 

A.         Generally. No person shall unlawfully hinder, obstruct, or delay any person employed by the City in constructing or repairing any public work. 

 

B.         Removal, etc., of barricades and lights. No person shall tear down, carry away, remove or in any manner interfere with any barricade or lights placed upon, around or about any excavation, street improvement or obstruction in a street so placed by a City employee, owner or contractor to protect the public or to prevent injury to public work.