Chapter 332-36 WAC

Last Update: 10/16/62

ROAD RULES ON STATE-OWNED LANDS

WAC Sections

332-36-010State land management roads.


332-36-010
State land management roads.

Be it resolved . . . . .
(1) All roads now existing on lands owned by the state of Washington under the jurisdiction of the department of natural resources, which roads are not presently under the jurisdiction or control of any individual, public or private corporation, the United States, or the state or agency or subdivision thereof other than the department of natural resources, or which roads are not presently the subject of an application to the department of natural resources for a right of way under RCW 79.01.332 or 79.36.290, made prior in time to an application made by the department of natural resources, by an individual, public or private corporation, the United States, or the state or an agency or subdivision thereof other than the department of natural resources, are designated, and included, as a part of state land management roads, under the jurisdiction and control of the department of natural resources.
(2) All roads now existing or hereinafter constructed on lands owned by the state of Washington under the jurisdiction of the department of natural resources, which roads are presently or hereinafter shall come under the jurisdiction or control of any individual, public or private corporation, the United States, or state or agency or subdivision thereof other than the department of natural resources, and which roads are thereafter conveyed to, abandoned, forfeited, or otherwise returned to the jurisdiction of or received by the department of natural resources, shall be designated and included as a part of state land management roads under the jurisdiction and control of the department of natural resources.
(3) All roads hereinafter constructed by the department of natural resources, or constructed in conjunction with the sale of timber or other valuable material located on the lands under the jurisdiction of the department of natural resources, shall be designated and included as a part of state land management roads under the jurisdiction and control of the department of natural resources.
(4) Whenever the department of natural resources finds that the use of any roads which make up a part of the said state land management roads by parties other than the department of natural resources will not unreasonably interfere with the department's needs, the department shall upon request by said parties authorize use of the roads described in subsections (1), (2), and (3) of this resolution. Said land management roads shall be under the jurisdiction and control of the department of natural resources, and any use thereof as hereinbefore authorized, shall be subject to the rules and regulations as prescribed by said agency.
(5) The department of natural resources is directed to accomplish all requirements necessary to carry out the policy contained in this resolution.
[Resolution 35, filed 10/16/62.]