Nap's ADA Sign Blog — California ADA Restroom Signs
Posted by Kelly Brewster on
CALIFORNIA ADA RESTROOM SIGNS - HISTORY While the Federal ADA regulations require only on sign to identify an open public restroom, California requires two. Their two-sign requirement came about because the State of California adopted Restroom Sign requirements prior to the American with Disability Act in 1991. The original California Restroom ADA signs, developed in March of 1970, consisted of two geometric shapes without any tactile pictograms, text or braille. These signs were invented and developed by Dr. Sam Genensky. He was seeing impaired and when working in Santa Monica, he had some awkward experiences looking for the correct restroom. ...
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