(1) The State Capitol State Park is created, consisting of:
(a) The grounds immediately surrounding the State Capitol bordered by State Street
on the south, Court Street on the north, Cottage Street on the west and Waverly Street
on the east; and
(b) The grounds surrounding the Department of Transportation Building, the Public
Service Building, the Bureau of Labor and Industries Building and the State Library,
bordered by Court Street on the south, Center Street on the north, Winter Street on
the west and Capitol Street on the east.
(2) Except as provided in ORS 276.002 (4) and subsection (3) of this section, the State Parks and Recreation Department shall manage and control
the utilization of the State Capitol State Park.
(3) The Oregon Department of Administrative Services shall manage and control the
utilization of the underground parking structures located beneath the area described
in subsection (1)(b) of this section and all aboveground structures that provide access
to the underground parking structures.
(4) The Oregon Department of Administrative Services shall construct one or more permanent
lavatories on the grounds of the State Capitol State Park. Upon completion of construction, the State Parks and Recreation Department shall maintain
and control the utilization of the lavatories.
(5)(a) To commemorate and honor Indian tribes, the State Parks and Recreation Department
shall plan, erect and maintain one or more monuments or other suitable markers that
are sited within, and are compatible with, the Walk of the Flags on the grounds of
the State Capitol State Park.
(b) The department shall consult with the Oregon State Capitol Foundation, the Commission
on Indian Services and each of the federally recognized Indian tribes in Oregon in
carrying out its duties under this section.
(c) The department shall carry out its duties under subsection (5)(a) of this section
only after obtaining funding from private sources.
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