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PDFWAC 132F-116-011

General parking regulations.

(1) No person may use any vehicle parked on campus as a living unit without specific approval from the campus safety director. Violators may be cited and/or towed.
(2) Vehicles are to be maintained in operating condition at all times while on campus, except those in a garage, research facility, or automotive shop designated for parking such vehicles by the campus safety director or designee.
(3) A vehicle which appears to be abandoned, with or without a current parking product or license plate(s), may be impounded after an attempt is made to locate and notify the owner of the impending action.
(4) Stopped or parked vehicles must do so in line with the flow of traffic where they are located.
(5) Excessive idling while on the Seattle College District VI campuses prohibited.
(6) Idling permitted. To the extent necessary for the specified purpose, idling is permitted in the following cases:
(a) Police, sheriff, or other law enforcement vehicles, including meter patrols, as required for safe and effective performance;
(b) Fire department vehicles, ambulances, and other emergency vehicles when responding to an emergency or when the use of special equipment requires that the engines remain in operation;
(c) Construction or demolition equipment or other machinery when actually employed at the site of such work, and only to the extent necessary for efficient operation;
(d) Trucks, buses, or automobiles equipped with lift gates, winches, or other devices powered by take-offs from their engines, to the extent necessary to allow use of those devices provided; however, that this subsection does not authorize idling solely for the purpose of operating any heating device, radio, power-assisted brakes, steering, seat adjustment, or any luxury device not then required for safe operation of the vehicle;
(e) Buses or other mass transit vehicles while operated on a regular schedule;
(f) Insofar as necessary for diagnosis, adjustment, or testing, vehicles undergoing repair or maintenance; but only when on the premises of the owner or person performing the work;
(g) Any vehicle when required in an emergency for the protection of life, health, or property.
(7) Notices. The security director or transportation coordinator shall cause to be placed such notices as he may deem necessary to inform drivers of the prohibition against excessive vehicle idling; however, actual knowledge of the prohibition is not an element of an offense under this chapter.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140 and 28B.50.090(3). WSR 23-03-074, ยง 132F-116-011, filed 1/13/23, effective 2/13/23.]
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