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WAC 200-220-100

Do I need to apply for a permit?

A permit process is essential to balancing the conduct of government business, public access and expression, and the stewardship of the historic capitol buildings and grounds. A permit enables you to reserve access to specific locations and amenities for specific times, so that the department can schedule and manage the many activities and visitors that come to the capitol buildings and grounds each year.
You do not need a permit for free speech and assembly activities involving less than twenty-five people in capitol buildings or involving less than seventy-five people on the capitol grounds.
You must obtain a permit for free speech and assembly activities involving twenty-five or more people in capitol buildings or more than seventy-five people on the capitol grounds, and for all private or commercial activities.
[Statutory Authority: 2011 c 43. WSR 11-23-093, recodified as § 200-220-100, filed 11/17/11, effective 11/17/11. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.19.125 and 46.08.150. WSR 09-22-059, § 236-17-100, filed 10/30/09, effective 11/30/09.]
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