What to Know About California Title 24 Signs
Our California Title 24 Signs Compliance – Resource Bulletin will help you understand some of the rules and regulations regarding sign requirements for restrooms in the state of California.
- Federal ADA regulations
- California symbol requirements
- Federal ADAAG requirements
- Sign location and installation
- Links to relevant regulations
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Both California and federal regulations provide a comprehensive set of standards covering areas of accessibility for persons with physical and sensory limitations. California’s regulations are found in Title 24 of the California Building Standards Code and are designed to comply with the requirements of the American Disabilities Act (ADA) as described in the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design (ADAAG) and California state statutes. The division of the State Architect (DSA) develops and maintains the accessibility standards and codes utilized in public and private buildings throughout California. They are detailed in the DSA Access Compliance Manual (DSA A.C.M.).