Handicap Parking Signs

Make sure your parking lot meets ADA regulations for accessible parking spaces with handicap parking signs, including signs meeting state specific regulations.

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    The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) states that you need to have one handcapped parking spot for every 25 spots in your lot unless your lot has more than 500 spots, in which case you need 2% of the total. For 1,001+ spots, the requirement is 20 spots plus one for every 100 additional spots over 1,000.

    You also want to make sure you have van accessible handicapped spots (marked with "van accessible" handicapped signs.) For 1-200 parking spots, you need one van space. For 201-500 spots, you need 2 van spaces. For 500+ spaces, you should consider adding additional van spots.

    Make sure you also check out the ADA Accessibility Guidlines for standards on parking lot space size and location.