Oregon
Rule Rule 125-090-0110
Priority of Assignment; Reassignment; Waiting Lists


DAS finds that there is more demand for motor vehicle parking than space available in Parking Facilities. Subject to subsection (11) of this rule, DAS shall reasonably attempt to observe the descending order of Applicant priority in Sections (1) through (9) for assigning vacant monthly motor vehicle parking spaces in Parking Facilities. The Manager may, in the Managers sole discretion determine whether or not a parking space is vacant or available for assignment under this rule.

(1)

State Employees with a Disability (see OAR 125-090-0120);

(2)

State-owned motor vehicle that receives daily or frequent use, or is regularly used by volunteers or field office personnel;

(3)

State Employees whose State Agency certifies that the State Employee must have a vehicle at the work site (only at the request of the director of the State Agency and with the approval of the Manager);

(4)

State Employee who:

(a)

Requests to return to a parking assignment after leaving the assignment to use alternative modes of transportation for a maximum of three months test period. After three months absence, priority 4 status is removed.

(b)

Is currently parking in a Parking Facility and has moved from an Official Work Station at one location to an Official Work Station at another location within the Capitol Mall Parking Area, the Eugene State Office Building or the Portland State Office Building;

(c)

Is currently parking in a Parking Facility and has transferred from one State Agency to another within the Capitol Mall Parking Area, the Eugene State Office Building or the Portland State Office Building;

(d)

Returns from leave from DAS authorized parking within less than one year (or within the period of active service plus 30 days if absent from state employment more than a year by reasons of service in the uniformed services as defined in the USERRA (38 U.S.C. 4301-4333)). For purposes of this rule, a State Employee on leave without pay from State employment for one or more pay periods is on leave from DAS authorized parking until returned to the State payroll system; or

(e)

Is currently parking in a Parking Facility and asks for reassignment to a reserved space within the same Parking Facility.

(5)

Carpool vehicles Primary Participant with three or more other Participants;

(6)

Carpool vehicles Primary Participant with two other Participants;

(7)

Carpool vehicles Primary Participant with one other Participant;

(8)

State Employee single occupant vehicle;

(9)

A single occupant vehicle with no State Employee.

(10)

DAS may maintain a waiting list for persons interested in parking at a Parking Facility and at a particular reserved space within a Parking Facility. DAS will consider the priority level of the Applicant and Applicants position on the waiting list based on the date of the request when making a parking assignment. Manager may, by policy, limit the number of waiting list positions that one person may hold simultaneously.

(11)

DAS has the exclusive power to assign and reassign use of space in Parking Facilities. DAS reserves the right to limit the use of a Parking Facility at or near a State Agency office to the parking needs of the nearby State Agency and the State Agencys employees. The Manager may temporarily or permanently reassign reserved spaces, at any time upon notice to permit holder, when the Manager determines reassignment is in the best interest of the State. Reassignment may include a different space and a different Parking Facility.
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Dec. 12, 2019