As a rule, the roof is open to the general public.
- On Sabbaths and Jewish holy days, the roof is open for holding a Kiddush or Seuda Shlishit (‘Third Meal on Sabbaths’) for persons coming to the Western Wall.
- The roof is open for bar-mitzvah and bat-mitzvah refreshments.
- The roof is open for Halakeh (cutting the hair of three-year-old boys) ceremony refreshments.
- The roof is open for refreshments and preparations of security forces and swearing-in ceremonies.
- No prayers will be held on the roof. The procedure with regard to praying at the Upper Western Wall Plaza applies to the roof.
- No political events and/or events of a commercial or marketing nature will be held at the site.
7. Ceremony for the awarding of a Siddur or Chumash (subject to the Small Ceremonies at the Upper Plaza procedure).