Persons may not wear hoods in public.

Sec. 14-3. Wearing masks, hoods in public places.

It shall be unlawful for any person to be and appear on any of the public streets of the city or in any of the public places of the city wearing a mask, hood or other apparel or regalia in such manner as to conceal his identity, or in such manner that his face is not fully visible, or in such manner that he may not be recognized; provided, that the provisions of this section shall not be applicable to or enforced against children sixteen (16) years of age and under who may participate in traditional Halloween activities on the evening of the last day in October of each year, and who may be garbed in the usual or customary children’s Halloween costumes.

(Code 1964, § 17-31)

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