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10.24.035 Unlawful camping.
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(1) It is unlawful for any person to camp on county property, except on:

(a) a designated camping area of a county park;

(b) the Evergreen State Fairgrounds where authorized pursuant to rules or regulations adopted by the fairgrounds manager;

(c) county airport property at Paine Field where authorized pursuant to rules or regulations adopted by the airport director; or

(d) other county property located outside the boundaries of a city or town where authorized by a license or permit issued by the county.

(2) In this section,

(a) "camp" means to pitch, use, park, or occupy camp facilities for the purpose of habitation, as evidenced by the use of camp paraphernalia;

(b) "camp facilities" include but are not limited to tents, huts, temporary shelters, or vehicles if the vehicle is being used as a living quarters;

(c) "camp paraphernalia" includes but is not limited to tarpaulins, cots, beds, sleeping bags, blankets, mattresses, hammocks, or cooking facilities or equipment;

(d) "camping area" has the meaning given in SCC 22.04.040;

(e) "county park" has the meaning given in SCC 22.04.040; and

(f) "county property" means real property owned or managed by the county and used for county purposes, including but not limited to county roads, rights-of-way, offices, buildings, courtyards, open spaces, and parks, wherever located within the county. (Added by Amended Ord. 12-029, June 20, 2012, Eff date Aug. 1, 2012).

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