USE OF WHEELED DEVICES ON CAMPUS
This policy provides guidelines for the use of Sacramento State facilities and grounds as related to roller-skates, skateboards, in-line skates, wheeled devices, motorized skateboards/scooters, electric personal assistive mobility devices (EPAMD), and wheeled devices or equivalent products.
The primary purpose of the California State University System is to provide education to the citizens of California. In the interest of public safety, to protect pedestrians, buildings and grounds from damage, and to protect the University from liability, the following activities are prohibited on the Sacramento State campus:
ROLLER-SKATING, SKATEBOARDING, IN-LINE SKATING, AND THE USE OF MOTORIZED SKATEBOARDS/SCOOTERS, ELECTRIC PERSONAL ASSISTIVE MOBILITY DEVICES (EPAMD), OR WHEELED DEVICES OR EQUIVALENT PRODUCTS.
No person shall roller-skate, skateboard, in-line skate, or ride upon any wheeled device:
- On any pedestrian walk, ramp, mall or patio on the University campus;
- Within any building on the University campus;
- On any stairs or landings on the University campus;
- On or within any parking facilities or paved areas.
Exemption: Medically prescribed mobility devices for persons with disabilities.
The Department of Public Safety shall have the responsibility of enforcement of the following regulations that are to be applied under Section 21113(a) of the Vehicle Code:
ROLLER-SKATING, SKATEBOARDING, IN-LINE SKATING, MOTORIZED SKATEBOARDS/SCOOTERS, ELECTRIC PERSONAL ASSISTIVE MOBILITY DEVICES (EPAMD), WHEELED DEVICES OR EQUIVALENT PRODUCTS ARE PROHIBITED ON ALL CAMPUS PROPERTY.
Facilities Services shall post signs in the appropriate places indicating the enforcement of Section 21113(a) of the Vehicle Code. Student Affairs will make available copies of this Policy Statement for review by interested parties.
This policy applies to all current and future students, faculty, and staff at Sacramento State as well as all visitors to the campus facilities and grounds.
Approved by Alexander Gonzalez, President
May 24, 2007