Kansas Statutes > Chapter 75 > Article 45 > § 75-4506 - Parking on certain state property; signs; rules and regulations; fees, administrative fines and procedures for violations; permits or other forms of authorization; legislative branch
Current as of: 2009
No motor vehicle, whether privately or publicly owned, may be parked upon parking lots, facilities or drives of any state owned or operated property or building in Shawnee county, Kansas, except as authorized under rules and regulations adopted by the secretary of administration as provided in K.S.A. 75-3706, and amendments thereto, or in the case of the statehouse grounds, in accordance with signs posted by the capitol police. Such rules and regulations may fix and provide for collection of rents, charges or fees and administrative fines and procedures for violation of such rules and regulations to be imposed in connection with and for the use of the parking facilities so owned and operated, and the secretary of administration may enter into any contract or contracts therefor with any state officer or employee or with any board, commission, agency or instrumentality of the state of Kansas. The secretary of administration may design and issue parking permits or other forms of authorization to facilitate the best use of any such parking lots, facilities or drives. Parking permits to park on the statehouse grounds shall be designed and issued in accordance with rules or instructions of the legislative coordinating council. Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this section, the secretary of administration shall provide not less than 140 parking spaces to meet the needs of the legislative branch and whenever the legislative coordinating council shall determine that additional parking spaces are necessary the secretary of administration shall provide such number of additional parking spaces as may be specified by the legislative coordinating council.
History: L. 1955, ch. 376, § 1; L. 1965, ch. 461, § 17; L. 1972, ch. 332, § 91; L. 1973, ch. 65, § 3; L. 1975, ch. 456, § 2; L. 1976, ch. 394, § 4; L. 2002, ch. 200, § 1; L. 2006, ch. 107, § 9; July 1.
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