2013 ORS § 396.540¹
Use of armories

(1) Armories may be used by members and units of the organized militia in accordance with regulations issued pursuant to this chapter and ORS chapters 398 and 399.

(2) Armories may be used by any veterans organizations and their auxiliaries located in the community where the armory is located, provided such use will not interfere with the use of the facilities by the organized militia or result in risk to federal or state property, and provided that the organization makes a written request therefor and pays for heat, lights, janitor service and other expense required by such use.

(3) Armories may be used by any federal, state, county and municipal bureau, agency or department or by the Armed Forces of the United States, including the Coast Guard, or by the reserve components thereof for their official business, provided that such use does not interfere with the members and units of the organized militia stationed in such armory, and provided that such use is approved by the officer in charge thereof and by military superiors as prescribed by military department regulations issued pursuant to this chapter and ORS chapters 398 and 399.

(4) Armories may be rented for use by a person, firm, association or corporation, not specified elsewhere in this section, for such purposes and upon such terms as may be approved by the officer in charge of the armory and by military superiors as prescribed by military department regulations issued pursuant to this chapter and ORS chapters 398 and 399 and provided that such use will not, and only so long as such use does not, interfere with the use of the armory by the members and units of the organized militia stationed therein.

(5) The Oregon National Guard Association described in ORS 399.460 (Oregon National Guard Association) may use an armory or other military facility at no cost, provided that the use is approved by the officer in charge and by military superiors as prescribed by military department regulations issued pursuant to this chapter and ORS chapters 398 and 399. [1961 c.454 §37; 1991 c.421 §1; 2003 c.28 §3; 2011 c.87 §2]