No person shall park or leave any motor vehicle, whether
attended or unattended, upon the campus without a permit issued by the
institutions. Permission to park on campus will be shown by the display of a
valid visual permit or registration of a valid virtual permit. Persons wishing
to obtain virtual permits are required to complete a registration process
established by commuter services and pay the corresponding fee. A vehicle
associated with a virtual permit must have a visible license plate.
A valid permit is:
(a) A current unexpired, visual permit issued
by commuter services, or an authorized agent designated by commuter services,
and displayed in accordance with the instructions given at the time of
A current unexpired
virtual permit issued by commuter services, or an authorized agent, that is
associated with a vehicle's license plate.
Vehicles with virtual permits associated with a vehicle's license plate must
have the license plate exposed to the lane of travel and be clearly visible,
unobstructed, and able to be read by the LPR equipment.
(2) Commuter services reserves the
right to refuse to issue parking products.
The institutions may allow persons
without permits to drive through the campus without parking.
(a) This section does not apply to vehicles
that the institutions own or operate.
Any vehicle, attended or unattended, must
have a valid parking permit when parked on the campus unless the vehicle is:
(i) Parked in a metered parking space with
(ii) Parked in a
loading zone in compliance with posted limits;
(iii) Parked in a lot that does not require a
permit during specified times as posted;
(iv) Parked in a posted short term parking
space in compliance with posted time limits; or
(v) A public safety or emergency vehicle
parked while performing emergency services.
Wash. Admin. Code §
19-11-048, Filed 5/10/2019, effective
28B.20.130. 02-08-023, §
478-117-050, filed 3/26/02,