Chapter 9.50


9.50.010    Public indecency – Sex crimes.

9.50.020    Obscenity.

9.50.030    Peeping Toms.

9.50.010 Public indecency – Sex crimes.

The following statutes of the state of Washington are adopted by reference:


9A.88.010    Indecent exposure.

9A.44.120    Admissibility of child’s statement – Conditions.

9A.44.010    Sexual intercourse defined.


9A.44.010    Sexual contact defined.


9A.44.020    Testimony – Evidence – Written motion – Admissibility.

9A.44.030    Defenses to prosecution.

9A.44.096    Sexual misconduct with a minor second degree.

9A.88.030    Prostitution.

9A.88.050    Prostitution – Sex of parties immaterial – No defense.

9A.88.090    Permitting prostitution.

9A.88.110    Patronizing a prostitute.

(Ord. 91-34 § 24, 1991: Ord. 85-08 § 2, 1985)

9.50.020 Obscenity.

The following statutes of the state of Washington are adopted by reference:


9.68.015    Obscene literatures, shows, etc. – Exemptions.

9.68.030    Indecent articles, etc.

9.68.050    “Erotic material” – Definitions.

9.68.060    — Determination by court – Labeling – Penalties.

9.68.070    Prosecution for violation of RCW 9.68.060 – Defense.

9.68.080    Unlawful acts.

9.68.100    Exceptions to provisions of RCW 9.68.050 through 9.68.120.

9.68.110    Motion picture operator or projectionist exempt, when.

9.68.120    Provisions of RCW 9.68.050 through 9.68.120 exclusive.

9.68.130    “Sexually explicit material” – Defined – Unlawful display.

(Ord. 85-08 § 2, 1985)

9.50.030 Peeping Toms.

A. Definitions.

1. “Building” shall have the same meaning as in RCW 9A.04.110(5) as now or hereafter amended. Each room shall constitute a separate building. Restrooms, locker rooms, and bedrooms are specifically included in this definition.

2. “Fully clothed” means having a person’s genitals, underclothing or a woman’s breasts covered. A person using a toilet or a urinal or wrapped in a towel is not fully clothed.

3. “Family or household member” means spouses, blood relatives, or persons residing together.

4. “Curtilage” shall be within 10 feet from the exterior of the wall of any building, regardless of whether the premises are enclosed.

B. It shall be unlawful for any person to enter or remain in or upon the curtilage of a building or premises of another for the purposes of observing, photographing, video taping or filming another person, other than a family or household member, under circumstances where the other person has a reasonable expectation of privacy and may not be fully clothed.

C. Violation of this section shall be a gross misdemeanor punishable by up to 365 days in jail and/or a fine of $5,000. (Ord. 95-33 §§ 1 – 3, 1995)