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PDFWAC 200-200-015


As used in this chapter, the following terms shall mean:
(1) "Building and grounds," "state capitol grounds," "capitol campus" defined. Those buildings and grounds over which the department of enterprise services exercises custody and control under RCW 43.19.125, 46.08.150, 79.24.300 through 79.24.320, and 79.24.710, which includes, but is not limited to, the west capitol campus, the east capitol campus, Sylvester Park, the Old Capitol Building, Capitol Lake, Marathon Park, Heritage Park, Centennial Park, ways open to the public, and adjoining lands and roadways, including the portion of Deschutes Parkway adjoining state lands.
(2) "Director" defined. The director of the department of enterprise services and any designee of the director.
(3) "Disabled" defined. Any person who has made application to the department of licensing and displays a valid permit under chapter 46.19 RCW.
(4) "Employee" defined. Any person assigned to a state facility, including state employees, vendors and their staff, concessionaires, contractors and consultants, who are performing duties that are similar to the duties of state employees or that are in direct support of the state agency functions performed at the facility.
(5) "Impound"/"impoundment" defined. To take and hold a vehicle, consistent with law, at the direction of a law enforcement officer or the director or designee, subject to the procedures outlined in this chapter and in chapter 46.55 RCW. Such definition includes towing of an unauthorized vehicle.
(6) "Permit" defined. A written authorization to park on the capitol campus. Permits may be in the form of, but are not limited to, a sticker, a receipt issued by a parking meter, or other official document clearly indicating authorization to park on the capitol campus.
(7) "Vehicle" defined. Vehicle is defined the same as RCW 46.04.670 as amended by chapter 170, Laws of 2019, which includes bicycles among other vehicles.
(8) "Visitor" defined. Any person parking on the capitol campus or visiting a state facility who is not employed by the state or any employee whose primary duty station not located on the capitol campus at that facility.
(9) "Way open to the public" defined. Any road, alley, lane, parking area, parking structure, path, or any place private or otherwise adapted to and fitted for travel that is in common use by the public with the consent expressed or implied of the owner or owners, and further shall mean public play grounds, school grounds, recreation grounds, parks, park ways, park drives, park paths.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.19.125, 46.08.150, and 43.19.011. WSR 21-06-017, § 200-200-015, filed 2/19/21, effective 4/1/21. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.19.125, 46.08.150, 43.19.011, and 46.08.020. WSR 20-05-042, § 200-200-015, filed 2/12/20, effective 3/14/20. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.19.011, 43.19.620, 43.19.985, 43.19.742, 43.19.769, 39.26.080, 39.26.090, 39.26.251, 39.26.255, and 39.26.271. WSR 15-23-062, § 200-200-015, filed 11/13/15, effective 12/14/15. Statutory Authority: 2011 c 43. WSR 11-23-093, recodified as § 200-200-015, filed 11/17/11, effective 11/17/11. Statutory Authority: RCW 46.08.150. WSR 96-13-001, § 236-12-015, filed 6/5/96, effective 7/6/96. Statutory Authority: RCW 46.08.150 as amended by ESB 5873 in 1995. WSR 95-16-107, § 236-12-015, filed 8/1/95, effective 9/1/95. Statutory Authority: Chapters 46.08, 43.19, 46.55 and 79.24 RCW. WSR 92-04-036, § 236-12-015, filed 1/30/92, effective 3/1/92.]
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