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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 1. Administration
Agency 30. Department of General Services
Chapter 100. Regulations for Capitol Square

1VAC30-100-40. Permittee responsibilities.

A. The permittee and alternate contact for the permit shall be at least 18 years of age.

B. The permittee shall indemnify the Commonwealth of Virginia against any loss or damage that may occur in connection with the permittee's use of and presence at the property.

C. A permittee shall be required to notify the department of any changes to the information contained in the permit application as soon as practicable.

D. A permittee should identify an alternate contact in the Application for Use of Capitol Square, and either the permittee or alternate contact person must be present during the entire activity, including setup and takedown of the event. The permit and any authorizations will be suspended if these requirements are not met.

E. A permittee must work directly with the designated department coordinator and the Capitol Police regarding setup, access, security, logistics, and all other aspects of the planned event. An in-person pre-meeting may be required by the department to discuss the details of the requested event.

F. A permittee is responsible for returning the areas used in conducting its event to their original condition, including removal of any materials and debris connected to the event. Any costs incurred by the department to restore the area to its original condition will be charged to the permittee.

G. A permittee shall comply with all federal and Virginia laws, and this chapter.

H. The permittee agrees to notify law enforcement if any unlawful activities occur during the permitted event. For emergencies, the permittee shall call 911 and the Capitol Police emergency number at (804) 786-4357. For nonemergencies, the permittee shall call (804) 786-2568.

Statutory Authority

§ 2.2-1144 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 38, Issue 18, eff. May 25, 2022.

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