Chapter 132E-16 WAC

Last Update: 8/18/98

TRAFFIC REGULATIONS OF EVERETT COMMUNITY COLLEGE

WAC Sections

132E-16-001Objectives of traffic rules and regulations.
132E-16-003Definitions.
132E-16-005Applicable traffic rules and regulations.
132E-16-008Authority.
132E-16-010Permits required for vehicles on campus.
132E-16-011Failure to register.
132E-16-012Display of permits.
132E-16-013Permit holder responsibilities.
132E-16-014Permit periods.
132E-16-015Parking.
132E-16-020Speed.
132E-16-030Regulatory signs and directions.
132E-16-040Pedestrians—Right of way.
132E-16-070Inoperative vehicles—Impounding.
132E-16-090Special traffic and parking regulations and restrictions authorized.
132E-16-094Motorcycle parking.
132E-16-095Bicycle parking.
132E-16-130Permit revocation.
132E-16-140Transferable parking permits—Staff member.
132E-16-215Parking permit fee, service fee and parking fine.
132E-16-220Procedure—Issuance of traffic violation notice.
132E-16-230Traffic violation notice—Appeal procedure.
132E-16-240Fines and penalties.
132E-16-280Impounding of vehicles.
132E-16-285Impoundment without notice.
132E-16-290Traffic accident—Reporting.
132E-16-300Motor bikes, bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, etc.—Operation on the EvCC campus.
132E-16-320Tourists.
132E-16-330Visitors, guests and special parking.
132E-16-340Adoption.
DISPOSITION OF SECTIONS FORMERLY CODIFIED IN THIS TITLE
132E-16-050Parking—Permits required. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-050, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-060Parking within designated spaces. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-060, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-080Exceptions from traffic and parking restrictions. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-080, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-100Authorization for issuance of permits. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-100, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-110Number of parking areas. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-110, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-120Allocation of parking space. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-120, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-150Faculty and staff permit periods. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-150, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-160Fees for permits for student upper lot parking. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-160, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-170Payment for parking permits. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-170, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-180Display of permits. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-180, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-190Responsibility of person to whom permit issued. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-190, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-200Issuance of parking permits. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-200, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-210Location of parking areas. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-210, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-250Mitigation and suspension of penalties. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-250, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-260Enforcement of determination of the dean of students. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-260, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-270Regulatory signs, markings, barricades, etc. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-270, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).
132E-16-310Delegations of authority. [Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-310, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.] Repealed by WSR 98-17-074, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98. Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10).


132E-16-001
Objectives of traffic rules and regulations.

(1) To facilitate the operations of Everett Community College (EvCC) by assuring access to it by vehicles; and
(2) To provide safe pedestrian, bicycle, and vehicular traffic ingress and egress to the EvCC campus and satellite sites; and
(3) To assure access to the EvCC campus and satellite sites at all times for emergency, maintenance and custodial equipment; and
(4) To minimize traffic disturbance during class hours; and
(5) To manage and to enforce vehicular traffic and parking on the EvCC campus and satellite sites.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-001, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-001, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-003
Definitions.

Everett Community College (EvCC): For the purpose of these rules and regulations, the EvCC campus includes all property owned or operated by the college including the main campus, the EvCC Fitness Center (gym), Aviation Training Center at Paine Field, the Advanced Technology Training Center (ATTC) in South Everett, and the Cosmetology facility in Marysville, or any street, roadway, or parking lot owned, leased, or maintained by EvCC.
These rules and regulations shall also be applicable to all state lands which are or may hereafter be devoted mainly to educational, research, recreational, or parking activities of Everett Community College.
Staff: All employees - full-time and part-time - of Everett Community College and those employees of Western Washington University and Edmonds Community College whose duty station is on the EvCC campus.
EvCC parking lots: Located as follows:
Between North Broadway on the east, Wetmore Avenue on the west, Tower Street on the north and 10th Street on the south.
East and west of Waverly Avenue at Tower Street.
Physical Education/Fitness Center (gym) - 1220 Rockefeller Street.
Aviation training site - Paine Field.
ATTC - south Everett.
Cosmetology - Marysville.
Guest: A person or group of people who are on the EvCC campus at the invitation of the college or who are attending an event, training, a seminar, or a class for which space has been rented, leased, or provided by the college, tenants of the college and their clientele. Note: Clientele of tenants of EvCC are subject to the provisions of this code: Payment of parking fees of clientele of tenants may be arranged through the tenant lease agreement or paid by the client.
Visitor: A person or group of people visiting the EvCC campus who are not employees, students, or guests of the college.
Unresolved violation notice: An unresolved traffic violation notice is one for which the violator has failed to pay the fine in the time required; or for which the appeal has been completed and the judgment on review was "sustained," but the violator has failed to pay the fine.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-003, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98.]



132E-16-005
Applicable traffic rules and regulations.

In addition to these rules and regulations, the traffic laws and regulations of the state of Washington, Snohomish County, city of Everett and city of Marysville apply.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-005, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-005, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-008
Authority.

(1) The Everett Community College director of campus safety and the security staff have the authority to enforce these rules and regulations. They may issue parking and traffic citations, impose fines, impound and/or immobilize vehicles, and control and regulate traffic as set forth in these rules and regulations.
(2) The college security office is authorized to issue all permits to park a motor vehicle on the EvCC campus.
(3) The EvCC security office is authorized to place signs, barricades, and other structures and to paint marks and other pedestrian and traffic directions upon/or in the EvCC campus parking lots for the regulation of traffic and parking that will provide safe ingress to and egress from the EvCC campus.
(4) The authority and powers conferred upon the Everett Community College director of campus safety by these regulations shall be subject to delegation by him/her to his/her subordinates, or a designee in writing.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-008, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98.]



132E-16-010
Permits required for vehicles on campus.

(1) No person shall stop, park, or leave a motor vehicle upon grounds maintained by Everett Community College without a parking permit issued by the college security office.
(a) Businesses engaged in delivery service to the campus are exempt from obtaining a parking permit.
(b) Vendors and those engaged in product sales are required to obtain a "vendor" parking permit.
(2) Upon payment of the parking permit fee and registration of their vehicles at the security office, students and staff shall be issued the appropriate staff or student parking permits. A current, unexpired parking permit which is displayed as directed by the security office, shall constitute a valid permit and evidence of permission by EvCC to stop, park or leave a vehicle upon grounds owned, operated, or maintained by Everett Community College.
A temporary parking permit may be authorized by the security office for short-term classes, seminars, conferences, and/or events.
(3) When a staff member or student acquires a new or different vehicle it shall be necessary to register the new vehicle with the college security office when it is first driven onto campus. No new fees for parking will be required and a new permit will be issued if necessary.
(4) Guests of EvCC may obtain "guest" parking permits by registering their vehicles at the security office. The guest will be instructed to display the parking permit on the dashboard at the driver's side of the vehicle with the permit date able to be read from outside the vehicle.
(5) Failure to purchase or obtain an EvCC parking permit and to properly display the permit is a violation of these rules and regulations.
(6) Parking permits will not be required of government owned and licensed vehicles.
(7) Provisions within negotiated labor agreements of the college will be honored.
(8) Clientele of tenants of EvCC are subject to the provisions of this code. Payment of parking fees of clientele of tenants may be arranged through the tenant's lease agreement or paid by the client.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-010, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-010, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-011
Failure to register.

Persons other than those exempted elsewhere in these regulations who park a motor vehicle on the EvCC campus and who fail to obtain a valid parking permit are in violation of these rules and regulations.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-011, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98.]



132E-16-012
Display of permits.

The EvCC parking permit shall be displayed in accordance with these regulations. Expired student parking permits shall be removed before the new permit is attached to the vehicle. The permit shall be displayed in or on a vehicle and must be positioned so that the permit number and any expiration date are clearly visible to parking enforcement staff. Expired staff parking permits should be removed. Parking permits not displayed in accordance with the provisions of this section is a violation of these rules and regulations. Parking permits shall be displayed by the first day of the second week of each academic quarter.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-012, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98.]



132E-16-013
Permit holder responsibilities.

Pursuant to these regulations, any person issued a valid parking permit shall be responsible for all violations involving the vehicle for which the permit was issued. Improper operation of a vehicle with a valid EvCC parking permit on the EvCC campus by someone other than the registered holder of the parking permit shall not relieve the registrant of responsibility for his/her vehicle.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-013, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98.]



132E-16-014
Permit periods.

All staff parking on the EvCC campus shall be on a permit basis. Staff permits may be purchased by the quarter or annually. Student parking permits shall be purchased quarterly.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-014, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98.]



132E-16-015
Parking.

(1) The director of campus safety is authorized to designate and to mark the various parking areas and spaces on the EvCC campus with numbers or letters and by the posting of signs in these areas.
(2) No vehicle shall be parked on the EvCC campus except in those areas specifically set aside and designated as vehicle parking areas. Every vehicle parked on campus must be parked within a single defined parking space. The fact that other vehicles are parked so as to require occupying a portion of more than one space shall not constitute an excuse for a violation of this section.
(3) No vehicle shall be parked in a parking space without a permit for that specific area or space, except as provided for in other sections of these regulations.
(4) Only vehicles needed for maintenance and landscaping may be parked on planted grounds, or on any walkways or pathways intended for pedestrians.
(5) No vehicle may be parked in colored curb zones, fire lanes, driveways, pedestrian walkways, or loading and service areas.
(6) No vehicle shall be parked in such a manner that when the parked vehicle reenters the traffic, entry will be against the designated parking lot traffic flow.
(7) Parking spaces will be designated for staff, visitor, car pool, disabled persons, and reserved. The allocated parking spaces are exclusively for use by those designated, provided that the appropriate parking permits are obtained by the users and are displayed properly upon their vehicles. People with disabilities - staff, visitors, and students - shall be given parking priority whenever possible within close proximity to offices, classrooms, or access ways.
(8) No student or staff member shall park in a handicapped designated parking space without possessing either a Washington state permanent handicapped permit or an EvCC temporary handicapped parking permit approved by the center for disability services and issued by the college security office. A visitor to EvCC may park in a handicapped space only with a valid Washington state handicapped parking permit and an EvCC visitor's pass issued by the security office.
(9) After 1:00 p.m., student "car pool" parking on the EvCC campus will be "open parking," and after 7:00 p.m., parking on the EvCC campus will be "open parking."
(10) The exception to the "open parking" section will be during an emergency or during a special event involving the EvCC campus.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-015, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98.]



132E-16-020
Speed.

(1) No person shall drive a motor vehicle upon the EvCC campus at a speed greater than is reasonable and prudent under the conditions and having regard to the actual and potential hazards then existing. In every event speed shall be so controlled as may be necessary to avoid colliding with any person, vehicle, or other conveyance on or entering the campus in compliance with legal requirements and the duty of all persons to use due care.
(2) No one shall operate a motor vehicle on EvCC grounds, streets, walks, parking lots or maintained sites for the purpose of testing, racing or other activities deemed unlawful by code WAC 132E-16-005.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-020, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-020, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-030
Regulatory signs and directions.

Drivers of vehicles operated on the EvCC campus shall obey all posted regulatory traffic and parking signs. Drivers shall also comply with reasonable verbal directions given by employees of the EvCC security office.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-030, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-030, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-040
Pedestrians—Right of way.

(1) Stopping for pedestrian. The operator of an approaching vehicle shall stop and remain stopped to allow a pedestrian to cross the roadway within a crosswalk unmarked or marked when the pedestrian is upon or within one lane of the half of the roadway upon which the vehicle is traveling or onto which it is turning.
(2) Pedestrian sudden movements. No pedestrian shall suddenly leave a curb or other place of safety and walk or run into the path of a vehicle which is so close that it is impossible for the driver to stop.
(3) Subsection (1) of this section shall not apply under the conditions stated in subsection (6) of this section.
(4) Overtaking vehicles stopped for pedestrian. Whenever any vehicle is stopped at a marked crosswalk or at any unmarked crosswalk at an intersection to permit a pedestrian to cross the roadway, the driver of any other vehicle approaching from the rear shall not overtake and pass such stopped vehicle.
(5) Yield right of way. Every pedestrian crossing a roadway at any point other than in a marked crosswalk or within an unmarked crosswalk at an intersection shall yield the right of way to all vehicles upon the roadway.
(6) Curb ramps. Where curb ramps exist at or adjacent to intersections or at marked crosswalks in other locations, disabled persons may enter the roadway from the curb ramps and cross the roadway within or as closely as practicable to the crosswalk. All other pedestrian rights and duties as defined elsewhere in this code remain applicable.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-040, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-040, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-070
Inoperative vehicles—Impounding.

No vehicle shall be parked on the EvCC campus for a period in excess of twenty-four hours without the approval of the college security office. Students and members of EvCC staff may leave their vehicles parked in a designated campus parking area in excess of the twenty-four hour rule only while away from EvCC on official EvCC business and upon proper notification to the security office. Vehicles parked in excess of twenty-four hours may be impounded and stored at the expense of the registered owner of the vehicle. Neither the college nor its employees shall be liable for loss or damage of any kind resulting from impounding and storage.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-070, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-070, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-090
Special traffic and parking regulations and restrictions authorized.

During special events or occasions that result in a greater than normal traffic flow and during any emergency, the college security office may impose additional traffic and parking regulations and/or restrictions involving vehicle speed and/or parking as deemed appropriate for the situation. Special traffic and parking restrictions will only be in effect as long as the situation dictates.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-090, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-090, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-094
Motorcycle parking.

In order to provide space on the EvCC campus, motorcycles shall only be parked in spaces designated and reserved for motorcycles. Motorcycles require an EvCC parking permit.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-094, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98.]



132E-16-095
Bicycle parking.

No bicycle shall be parked on a path or sidewalk, or on any landscaped area on the EvCC campus. Bicycles shall only be parked in areas designated and reserved for bicycles. No parking permit is required for the operation or parking of a bicycle on the EvCC campus.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-095, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98.]



132E-16-130
Permit revocation.

Parking permits may be revoked for any of the following reasons:
(1) When the purpose for which the permit was issued changes or no longer exists.
(2) When a permit is used on a vehicle not registered with the college security office.
(3) For willful or continued violation of college parking regulations.
(4) For falsification of information provided on the permit application.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-130, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-130, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-140
Transferable parking permits—Staff member.

A parking permit assigned to a vehicle owned by a staff member and registered with the security office is transferable to any vehicle owned by the staff member provided the alternate vehicle is also registered with the security office.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-140, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-140, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-215
Parking permit fee, service fee and parking fine.

(1) Parking permit fees, service fees and parking fines shall be established by the EvCC college president in collaboration with the bargaining units, administration and students, and published in a fee schedule.
(2) Payment for parking permits shall be made to the cashiers' office or by payroll deduction for employees who choose this method.
(3) The date established to file for payroll deduction for staff parking permits will be established each academic year by the payroll office.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-215, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98.]



132E-16-220
Procedure—Issuance of traffic violation notice.

Upon violation of any of these regulations, an employee or designee of the college security office may issue an EvCC traffic violation notice setting forth the date, violation time, violation location, the vehicle license number and general description of the vehicle, and nature of the violation. The traffic violation notice will be served by attaching the pink copy to the vehicle or by personally serving the traffic violation notice to the alleged violator.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-220, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-220, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-230
Traffic violation notice—Appeal procedure.

(1) Any traffic violation notice issued pursuant to these regulations shall direct the alleged violator to pay the specified fine at the security office or cashier's office. If the alleged violator elects to appeal the traffic violation notice, she/he shall provide the director of campus safety with a written explanation of the circumstances surrounding the alleged traffic violation within five working days of the issue date of the traffic violation notice. No appeal shall be accepted after five working days following issuance of the violation notice.
(2) Upon receipt of the written appeal for an alleged violation, the director of campus safety shall set a mutually agreeable date, time and location to review the alleged violation and written explanation of the circumstances surrounding the alleged violation. During the review, a representative of the college security office and a representative of the alleged violator may be present. The review shall be set for no later than five working days from receipt of the written appeal. Within three working days following the completion of the review, the director of campus safety shall issue a written decision concerning the appeal. The written decision shall be limited to: Traffic violation notice sustained - the violation occurred as stated; traffic violation not sustained - the violation did not occur as stated (case dismissed for lack of proper violation); traffic violation notice dismissed - the violation did not occur; traffic violation notice warning - the violation did occur and an admonishment given in lieu of a fine.
(3) In the event that the violator is a student and she/he fails to comply with the final decision of the director of campus safety, all further EvCC parking privileges of the student shall be forfeited, and the student may not be able to obtain college records or to register for subsequent quarters until all fines are paid.
(4) Staff members are responsible for following the procedures established in this section to resolve parking violation notices.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-230, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-230, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-240
Fines and penalties.

Fines for violations of these regulations shall be as follows:
(1) Fines will be levied for parking violations that occur on the EvCC campus. A schedule of fines shall be published in the EvCC Student Handbook and on the parking citation form, and a copy of the fine schedule shall be available in the security office.
(2) All violators who pay fines within two working days will have the assessed fines reduced by fifty percent.
(3) All EvCC staff and students who fail to display a current permit by the second week of classes shall be subject to receive a parking violation notice.
(4) If a student fails or refuses to pay an uncontested fine that has been outstanding for over five working days, the student may not be able to obtain college records or to register for subsequent quarters until all fines are paid.
(5) Upon the showing of mitigating circumstances, the college security office may grant an extension of time within which to comply with a traffic violation notice.
(6) Resolution of traffic violations is the responsibility of the violator.
(7) Unpaid traffic violations are unpaid debt owed to Everett Community College.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-240, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-240, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-280
Impounding of vehicles.

Any vehicle parked with more than five unresolved parking violations of these regulations or parked in violation of these regulations in excess of twenty-four hours may be impounded from the EvCC campus. The vehicle may be impounded and stored following the issuance of a traffic violation notice by the EvCC security department. The traffic violation notice shall be posted at a conspicuous place on the vehicle. The cost incurred for the towing and storage of an impounded vehicle is the responsibility of the vehicle owner. Payment of impounding and storage fees is between the owner of the impounded vehicle and the tow/storage company. Vehicles impounded by means of an immobilizing device shall be charged a service fee according to the current fee schedule depicted in the EvCC Student Handbook. The college and its employees shall not be liable for loss or damage of any kind resulting from impounding and storage.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-280, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-280, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-285
Impoundment without notice.

A vehicle may be impounded without notice to the owner and/or operator under the following circumstances:
(1) When, in the judgment of the director of campus safety, or his/her designee, the vehicle is obstructing or impeding the flow of traffic on the EvCC campus; or
(2) When, in the judgment of the director of campus safety, or his/her designee, the vehicle poses an immediate threat to public safety.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-285, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98.]



132E-16-290
Traffic accident—Reporting.

The operator of any vehicle involved in a traffic accident on the EvCC campus which results in vehicle damage, property damage, and/or injury or death to another person, shall make a written report to the EvCC director of campus safety within twenty-four hours following the accident. The written report of the accident shall include complete details of the vehicle operator, the complete description of vehicles and persons involved, including vehicle passengers, and any witnesses present at the time of the accident. The report shall also include a detailed narrative describing the accident. Reporting a traffic accident to the EvCC director of campus safety does not relieve any person involved in a traffic accident on the EvCC campus from the responsibility to file a state of Washington motor vehicle accident report form.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-290, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-290, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-300
Motor bikes, bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, etc.—Operation on the EvCC campus.

No motor bike, bicycle, skateboard, roller blade or other variation of motorized or self-propelled device, excluding a wheelchair (or like conveyance) used by a disabled person, shall be driven or ridden on EvCC sidewalks or other pedestrian accesses at any time except for those specifically authorized by the EvCC security office.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-300, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-300, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-320
Tourists.

A tourist may drive through the EvCC campus parking lots without a parking permit. If a tourist decides to park his/her vehicle on campus, the vehicle operator or designee must obtain a guest parking permit from the EvCC security office.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-320, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-320, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-330
Visitors, guests and special parking.

(1) A guest of the college shall be directed by the security office to park in any unrestricted parking space available on the EvCC campus. Those persons involved in testing, orienting, registering and admission to EvCC shall be considered guests for the purposes of this code.
(a) Complimentary parking permits may be given at the direction of the president of Everett Community College.
(b) Federal, state, county, city and school district personnel on official business and in vehicles with tax exempt license plates are exempt from obtaining an EvCC parking permit. A guest parking permit will be issued upon request by the vehicle operator.
(c) Vehicles owned by contractors and their employees working on campus construction shall be parked in designated areas as directed by the director of campus safety. A special permit shall be issued by the security office for each contractor's vehicle parking on the EvCC campus.
(d) Visiting academic or administrative personnel from other colleges or universities and guest speakers will be issued "guest parking permits" and may park in any unrestricted parking space available on the EvCC campus.
(e) Responsibility for making parking arrangements for guests will rest with the sponsoring department through the director of campus safety.
(f) Visitor parking may be metered. If visitor parking is metered, visitors to the college shall be directed to park in metered "visitor" parking stalls. Those parking at metered "visitor" parking stalls with "expired" time will be subject to a traffic violation notice. If visitor parking is not metered, visitors shall be directed to park in visitor parking stalls.
(2) Special permits.
(a) Guest parking permit will be issued to a person using vehicles other than their primary vehicles, on a temporary basis.
(b) The security office will assist college departments which sponsor functions such as conferences, seminars, dinners, and similar events in arranging reserved parking. Advance notice must be given in writing by the sponsoring department to the director of campus safety at least ten days prior to the event.
(c) One student car pool parking permit capable of being moved from one registered vehicle to another within a student car pool membership will be issued to each designated student car pool.
(d) Individual car pool permits will be issued to each member of a registered staff car pool.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-330, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-330, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]



132E-16-340
Adoption.

The board of trustees of the Community College District No. 5 acting for the Everett Community College do hereby adopt these rules and regulations for the safety of the students, staff and other users of the Everett Community College campus and for the safety of the general public and the general welfare of the public and property owners adjacent or near to the campus of Everett Community College.
Approved August 12, 1998, by motion 98-08-003.
This code is effective on the date established in RCW 34.05.380, following the code's adoption by the board of trustees, and shall remain in full force until revised or repealed.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 34.05 RCW and RCW 28B.50.140(10). WSR 98-17-074, § 132E-16-340, filed 8/18/98, effective 9/18/98; Order 1969-2, § 132E-16-340, filed 2/3/69; Emergency Orders, filed 2/3/69, 11/21/68.]