(a) “Firearm,” for purposes of this chapter, means any device designed to be used as a weapon, from which a projectile may be expelled by the force of any explosion, or other form of combustion.
(b) “Public place,” for purposes of this chapter, means any area open to common or general use, participation or enjoyment, including, but not limited to, such areas as beaches, parks, parking areas, roadways, trails, river bars, and other areas which are open and accessible to the public.
(c) “State highway,” for purposes of this chapter, includes:
(1) State Route 211 from US 101 to Ocean Avenue and Main Street in Ferndale;
(2) California 254 from the interchange at Sylvandale to one-tenth (1/10) mile north of Jordan Creek;
(3) California 255 from US 101 at 5th Street in Eureka to the interchange with US 101 in Arcata;
(4) Highway 36 from the interchange with US 101 to the Trinity County line;
(5) State Route 96 from the intersection with Highway 299 to the Hoopa Indian Reservation boundary;
(6) Highway 101 from the Mendocino County line to the Del Norte County line; and
(7) Highway 299 from the interchange with US 101 to the Trinity County line.
(d) “Target shooting” means any recreational or sport activity involving a person who discharges a firearm at a specified target, from a distance. (Ord. 2605, § 1, 7/24/2018)