Failure to locate a space where parking is permitted in a
designated capitol complex parking area does not entitle the operator to park
in a manner prohibited by this chapter or state law.
(1) Vehicles shall not be parked in a manner
that violates any of the rules in this chapter or state law.
Vehicles shall not be parked in a manner
a. More than one space to be
occupied by a single vehicle.
street, parking lot lane or traffic lane within a capitol complex parking lot
to be blocked.
c. A building
entrance to be blocked or obstructed.
d. Access to fire hydrants, emergency
equipment or vehicles to be blocked or obstructed.
e. Obstruction of the egress of another
f. Pedestrian walkways or
sidewalks to be obstructed or blocked.
g. Occupation of an area where vehicle
parking is prohibited.
(3) A vehicle
shall not be parked in a space designated for use by visitors with disabilities
unless the driver is a visitor with disabilities or is transporting a visitor
with disabilities. A vehicle shall not be parked in a space designated for use
by employees with disabilities unless the driver is an employee with
disabilities or is transporting an employee with disabilities.
(4) A vehicle shall not be parked in a space
or lot unless that space or lot is designated for use by or assigned to the
driver However, general employee or visitor spaces or lots that are not
otherwise designated (by sign or symbol that indicates a restricted or
continuous reserved status, such as legislator, emergency or delivery vehicle,
or persons with disabilities) may be used between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. and during
weekends and state government holidays, except as otherwise specified by this
(5) Vehicles shall not be
parked on curbs, on grass or in any area not intended for vehicle
(6) Delivery vehicles
shall not be parked in a manner or for a period of time that does not comply
with the restrictions established for those vehicles by the director or with a
traffic control device.
vehicle with a delinquent parking ticket shall not be allowed to be parked on
the capitol complex.
of habitual violators shall not be allowed to be parked on the capitol
(9) If any vehicle is
found stopped, standing or parked in any manner in violation of the provisions
of these rules and the identity of the operator cannot be determined, the owner
or operator or corporation in whose name the vehicle is registered shall be
held responsible for the violation.
(10) Vehicles shall not be parked on the
capitol complex overnight in parking areas not specifically designated for
overnight parking when there are conditions of snow or ice or when the
department closes an area for maintenance.