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To support the safe use of skateboards, inline skates, roller skates and other similar wheeled devices on campus, while the acknowledging the importance of the safety of pedestrians, drivers, and property.
Members of the Dartmouth community are permitted to use skateboards, inline skates, non-motorized scooters, roller-skates or similar wheeled devices on roads, walkways, or parking lots provided they exercise due caution, yield to pedestrians and do not injure others or damage property or create the potential to do so.
No person may roller skate, inline skate or ride upon any skateboard or similar wheeled device:
In addition, the use of these devices to perform or attempt tricks or stunts is strictly prohibited on the Dartmouth campus unless specifically approved or as part of a sanctioned university event.
All riders are subject to local state and federal regulations, and are encouraged to wear personal protective equipment. Skateboarders should be aware of and respect the Hanover town ordinance prohibiting use of skateboards on town sidewalks. They should also note that the sidewalks adjacent to town roads throughout the Dartmouth campus are covered by the ordinance.
This policy applies to anyone who uses skateboards, inline skates, roller skates, non-motorized scooters, hoverboards, and other similar wheeled devices on campus.
EXCEPTION: Effective May 1, 2016, there is a ban on hoverboards that prohibits their use, possession or storage on campus and other Dartmouth owned properties. This decision was reached based on recommendations by many organizations including the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
This is intended to be a temporary ban until safety concerns related to hoverboards are corrected.
If you own one of these devices, please contact email@example.com or call (603) 646-0871 and we will work with you to arrange for removal from campus.
Subject to discipline and may be required to pay for damage.