Va. Beach installs ‘no wheeled devices’ signs in Town Center

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — The City of Virginia Beach has issued a reminder to residents that wheeled devices — such as bikes and skateboards — are not allowed on Town Center sidewalks and plazas.

Credit: City of Virginia Beach

The city says there has been an increase in trick bicyclists and skateboarders around Town Center over time, causing damage to curbs, benches and plaza areas.

To reinforce a city code on this issue, Virginia Beach says signs have been placed around Town Center.

The code prohibits people from using devices including all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), motorized scooters, mopeds and roller blades.

The city also noted Wednesday:

These infractions will be consistently addressed by the Virginia Beach Police Department in an effort to keep our City beautiful, and safe.

Anyone who violates the code can be fined up to $50.

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