Marina Municipal Code Ordinances
 Marina Path

Section 4-11-300

Animals running at large prohibited. No owner or keeper of a dog shall allow or permit such dog, whether licensed or unlicensed, to be or run at large in or upon any public place or premises, or in or upon any private place or premises other than those of said owner or keeper except with the consent of the person in charge of said private place or premises, unless such dog is securely restrained by a substantial leash not to exceed six (6) feet in length and is in charge and control of a person competent to keep such dog under effective charge and control; provided, however, nothing in this Section shall prevent a dog from being used without leash to hunt wild birds or game or to herd, guard, gather, or otherwise work domestic animals or fowls in or upon a public place or premises so long as such dog is under the charge and control of a person competent to keep such dog under effective charge and control and so long as such dog does not wrongfully harm or damage or threaten to harm or damage any person or public or private property. For purposes of this Section, any dog in or upon any vehicle shall be deemed to be on the premises of the operator thereof.

Section 4-19-100(a)

It shall be unlawful for any person within the City of San Leandro to swim, skin dive or water ski within the San Leandro Marina Basin, The Marina Park Lagoon, and within 300 yards of any exterior bank of the San Leandro Marina Basin.

Section 4-19-100(b)

It shall be unlawful for any person to fish in or on the water of San Francisco Bay within the City of San Leandro at any location designated and posted as prohibited for fishing as hereinafter provided.

Section 4-19-100(c)

It shall be unlawful for any person to be present beyond the security gates on any pier to which access is restricted by such gate, unless such person is a permittee whose vessel is berthed at such pier or is an authorized guest of such permittee, or unless such person is on official business of the City of San Leandro, the State of California, or the United States of America, or unless such person has been specifically authorized to enter such pier by the City Manager or his representative.

Section 4-19-105

The City Manager, or his authorized representative, is hereby authorized and empowered to determine those locations at which fishing would be hazardous to the health and safety of the citizens of the City of San Leandro because of specific dangers resulting from the unsupervised nature of the area or from dangerous conflicts with other permitted activities in the area, and to post such areas as locations prohibited for fishing.

Section 4-19-110

The City Manager or his authorized representative is hereby authorized and empowered to issue a special permit for the activities listed in Section 4-19-100 (a) hereof within the areas where such activities are prohibited upon the showing of the existence of an emergency or for purposes of special exhibitions or events.

Section 4-19-115(a)

It shall be unlawful for any person to operate a vessel at a speed in excess of five (5) nautical miles per hour within the launching ramp basin and all points which are east of Mulford Point and within the Marina Basin or Marina Park Lagoon (Laguna del Sol) or entrances thereto.

Section 4-19-115(b)

Subparagraph 4-19-115 (a) shall not apply to any boating activities specifically authorized by the City Manager or his representative in connection with a City sanctioned special activity or event.

Section 4-19-120

The berthing of vessels and other activities and operations in the marina not herein regulated shall be in conformance with reasonable regulations established by the City Manager. Such regulations shall be based upon the maintenance within the marina of sanitary and sightly conditions, orderliness, the preservation of public health, safety, peace, welfare, and the convenience of the public in the use of such area for the purpose for which it is established. One copy of such regulations shall be filed in the office of the City Clerk, and one copy shall be posted in a conspicuous place at the marina. Violation of any regulations so established or non-payment of fees shall be cause for revocation of any permit to moor a vessel within the marina. The City shall have the right and power to remove or impound the vessel of any person violating said regulations or failing to pay required fees, at the sole cost and expense of the permittee.

Section 4-19-130

Power vessels are prohibited from entering the lagoon except when engaged in compass adjustment on the compass range, or when specifically authorized by the City Manager or his representative.