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WAC 504-33-030

Limitations on use of limited public forum areas.

(1) The use of a limited public forum area must comply with all requirements of WAC 504-35-030.
(2) Duration of events. In order to allow for the expression of a wide range of viewpoints and to allow the utilization of university facilities for a wide range of purposes, the use of a limited public forum area for first amendment activities may not continue for longer than five calendar days from beginning to end.
(3) Distribution of materials. Signs, posters, literature, handbills, leaflets, and pamphlets may be distributed in accordance with WAC 504-34-140.
(4) The university will not provide utility connections or hook-ups.
(5) The group or individual utilizing the limited public forum area must return the limited public forum area to its original condition after the use and is responsible for the costs of cleanup and the costs to repair damages to the limited public forum area and other university property that arise from such use.
(6) The university and/or government authorities may specify reasonable additional fire, safety, sanitation, insurance, and impact-mitigating requirements for the use of the limited public forum area, and the group or individual utilizing the limited public forum area must meet those requirements.
(7) Where more than five hundred people are expected to attend an event in Martin Stadium or Beasley Coliseum, or on the days of any football or basketball game, the following restrictions apply to uses of limited public forum areas for first amendment activities:
(a) The sidewalks and other outdoor areas and streets adjacent to Martin Stadium may not be used for first amendment activities during the period beginning three hours prior to a football game or other event at Martin Stadium and ending two hours after the game or event has ended, except that sidewalks opposite Martin Stadium may continue to be used for first amendment activities during these time periods, so long as the first amendment activities do not unduly interfere with the flow of pedestrian or vehicular traffic. Where the first amendment activities are expected to include more than fifty total people as participants and spectators, the Glenn Terrell Mall may not be used for first amendment activities during these time periods.
(b) The sidewalks and other outdoor areas and streets adjacent to Beasley Coliseum may not be used for first amendment activities during the period beginning two hours prior to the start of a game or other event at Beasley Coliseum and ending two hours after the game or event has ended, except that sidewalks opposite Beasley Coliseum may continue to be used for first amendment activities during these time periods, so long as the activities do not unduly interfere with the flow of pedestrian or vehicular traffic.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.30.150. WSR 16-11-030, § 504-33-030, filed 5/9/16, effective 6/9/16; WSR 08-24-026, § 504-33-030, filed 11/24/08, effective 12/25/08.]
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