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ADA Compliance for Outdoor Events

ADA Compliance for Outdoor Events Temporary outdoor events must be accessible to people with disabilities. Event planners must comply with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements and guidelines. ACCESSIBLE ROUTES TO EVENT ACTIVITIES & AMENITIES PARKING One van accessible parking space is required for every 25 spaces. ADA Parking Spaces >1/4"-| Routes within the Elevation changes greater than ΒΌ" vertical must be ramped. event must be at |- 96 -| - 96 -2 least 36" wide. Spaces must be 96" wide with a 96" wide adjacent access aisle. ADA parking spaces must be near an accessible entrance. Barricades are perfect to temporarily define space needed for people using wheelchairs and to protect portable ramps. Sidewalks and routes to Barricades used to block off public buildings must be at least 48" wide. streets must be positioned so they do not interfere with accessible routes or curb ramps. PUBLIC AREAS SIGNAGE White characters on dark blue background maximizes visibility. REGISTRATION Customer service counters Registration and must be a minimum customer service clearance of 27" and a minimum width of 36" wide. counters must be no more than 36" high. Include raised letters Inaccessible routes such as Booths for street festivals must have between 5/8 of an inch and 2". Use grade stairs must have a directional sign to the alternate "Accessible Route." accessible routes to all 2 Braille. activities and exhibits. SEATING & DINING PORTABLE TOILETS All tables provide at least one space for wheelchair access. 5% of all portable toilets in each grouping of toilets must be ADA compliant. ADA units should be equipped with maneuvering space, grab bars and toilet paper dispensers within reach. 32" Tables must be a If seating is provided, "Accessible Seating" with "Companion Seating" must be available. maximum of 32" high and have a minimum Wheelchair accessible units must be positioned along an accessible route of travel and have adequate space for people in wheelchairs to maneuver into position or open the door and enter. clearance of 28". http://ada.osu.edu/ADAVenues/venues.html#accommodations https://www.portlandoregon.gov/parks/article/261042 http://dhs.sd.gov/accessibility/documents/Accessible%20Temporary%20Events%20Planning%20Guide.pdf Created by Haridass, from the Noun Project NATIONAL EVENT SERVI CES Good People. Great Service."

ADA Compliance for Outdoor Events

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Because event planners must comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), outdoor gatherings such as street festivals, fairs, music events, regattas, air shows, sports tournaments, parades, ...

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