Chapter 200-220 WAC

Last Update: 11/13/15

USE OF THE PUBLIC AREAS OF THE CAPITOL BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

WAC Sections

GENERAL PROVISIONS
200-220-010Purpose.
200-220-020Nondiscrimination.
200-220-030Definitions.
PERMIT APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
200-220-100Do I need to apply for a permit?
200-220-110When do I have to apply?
200-220-120What information do I have to provide?
200-220-130How long will it take to make a decision on my application?
200-220-140How will enterprise services make a decision on my application?
200-220-150How can I appeal a denial of my application?
GENERAL USE REQUIREMENTS
200-220-200General use requirements.
200-220-210Enterprise services may set reasonable time, place, and manner limits on activities.
200-220-220Activities may not disrupt the conduct of government business.
200-220-230Activities may not obstruct safe access for people or vehicles.
200-220-240Activities may not create a hazard to people or damage to property.
200-220 250Service animals are allowed.
200-220-260Permits are not transferable.
200-220-270Enterprise services may cancel a permit.
200-220-280Enterprise services may limit use at any time due to unforeseen operational circumstances.
FREE SPEECH AND ASSEMBLY ACTIVITIES
200-220-300Exercise of rights to free speech and assembly.
200-220-310There is no fee for free speech and assembly activity permits.
200-220-320Enterprise services may set reasonable time, place, and manner limits on free speech and assembly activities.
PRIVATE AND COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES
200-220-400Private and commercial activities may be permitted if consistent with state government needs.
200-220-410Private and commercial activities may be charged applicable fees.
200-220-420Enterprise services may set reasonable time, place, and manner limits on private and commercial activities.
200-220-430Enterprise services may require additional conditions for private and commercial activities.
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