The requesting party will forward a copy of the approved request to the security/safety manager for implementation. After receiving an approved request, the security/safety manager will contact the requesting party to confirm the details and to assign the reserved spaces. All attempts will be made to accommodate the needs of the participants and the event, but the final decision on the allocation of spaces rests with the security/safety manager.
Reserved spaces will be established only for arrival of participants to the event; no "in and out" areas will be maintained.
On the day of the event, the security/safety office will set up barricades or otherwise designate the reserved spaces. Unless other arrangements are made, it will be the responsibility of the requesting party to provide personnel to meet those individuals authorized to park in the reserved spaces and to remove the barricades to allow them to park. If the requesting party wants to have a security officer staff the parking spaces, they must make prior arrangements for staffing. Security officers will be assigned to such duty only if available, and their time will be charged to the requesting party.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 28B.50 RCW. 00-20-034, § 132N-156-810, filed 9/28/00, effective 10/29/00.]