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Times of enforcement.

Parking regulations are subject to enforcement at all times.
(1) Parking permit areas. All parking permit zones are limited to authorized permit holders during specific hours. These hours are posted in each parking area at the entrance to parking areas, or along roadways where parking is marked.
(2) Restricted spaces. These spaces are restricted for their designated purpose at all times unless signed otherwise:
(a) Disability zones.
(b) Load/unload.
(c) Service.
(d) Reserved.
(e) Reserved (bagged) parking meters.
(f) Pedestrian mall.
(g) Areas which are specially signed or physically set apart by barricades, traffic cones, tape, or other traffic devices.
(3) Parking metered spaces. Parking meters are in effect during the times posted on each meter. During these times the meter must be paid the posted amount. Additional time cannot be purchased beyond the meter's posted maximum time limit (e.g., a two-hour meter allows a maximum of two hours to be purchased at one time). A motor vehicle which is parked at an expired meter is considered in violation initially, and after each period equal to the maximum time posted for the meter. In such case a parking ticket may be issued for each violation. For example, a vehicle parked at a meter with a two-hour maximum time limit for six hours and five minutes of continuous unpaid parking at the same meter would be eligible for up to three parking tickets.
(4) Special conditions. The parking regulations are enforced every day, twenty-four hours a day. During certain times the following special conditions exist, and the regulations are modified.
(a) Crimson permit zones.
(i) Crimson permits are required at all times except during university holidays.
(ii) Crimson, orange, and green permits are valid in crimson zones during summer session and vacation periods.
(b) Gray permit zones.
(i) Gray permits are required at all times except during university holidays.
(ii) Gray, crimson, orange, green, yellow, and red permits are valid in gray zones during summer session and vacation periods.
(c) University-owned housing areas. Permits are not required in university-owned housing areas at the start of each semester from the Monday of the week prior to the first day of class through the third day of class.
(d) The parking department may select and designate portions of permit zones as temporary loading zones at the start of each semester to accommodate moving into and out of residence halls and during finals week.
(5) Pay parking facilities. Some parking areas provide parking on an hourly basis. Hours of operation and a schedule of fees are posted at the facility entrance and at the point of payment. Parking tickets are issued to vehicles that are parked over the duration of time that was paid and for nonpayment. Parking areas with parking meters are not considered pay parking facilities.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.30.150. WSR 14-11-024, § 504-15-210, filed 5/12/14, effective 6/12/14; WSR 10-11-083, § 504-15-210, filed 5/17/10, effective 7/1/10; WSR 08-08-050, § 504-15-210, filed 3/27/08, effective 7/1/08; WSR 02-14-071, § 504-15-210, filed 6/28/02, effective 7/29/02. Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.30.095, 28B.30.125 and 28B.30.150. WSR 95-13-003, § 504-15-210, filed 6/8/95, effective 7/9/95. Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.30.125, 28B.30.150, 28B.10.560 and chapter 34.05 RCW. WSR 90-11-078 (Order 90-1), § 504-15-210, filed 5/16/90, effective 7/1/90.]
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