Pullman PD prohibits WSU football fans from tailgating, attending games in person

Police officers will enforce COVID-19 safety ordinances; violators may received infractions

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Football fan are not allowed to tailgate, according to a Pullman Police press release.

ABBY DAVIS, Evergreen managing editor

The Pullman Police Department is asking WSU football fans to be responsible and support the team from their homes.

No spectators are allowed in Martin Stadium and tailgating is prohibited, according to a press release from the Pullman Police Department.

Parking lots will be closed on game day weekends. The department will have extra staff available during home football weekends to ensure people follow COVID-19 guidelines, according to the press release.

Police officers are still enforcing the Nuisance Party Ordinance, which penalizes people for violating COVID-19 safety measures. This includes gatherings of over 10 people, failure to wear masks and social distance.

The first WSU home football game is 4 p.m. Nov. 14.