Accessibility in Fairfax County - Parking
Accessible parking spaces reserved for people with disabilities are required for parking lots with 10 or more spaces. Accessible parking must be provided in all parking areas open to the public, and must be located on the shortest accessible route from the parking area to the facility entrance. In parking garages serving multiple facilities or entrances, such as a mall, accessible parking spaces must be dispersed and located closest to an accessible entrance. Accessible parking spaces must be at least 96 inches wide and identified by an above grade sign displaying the International Symbol of Access and the words “DMV PERMIT REQUIRED, PENALY $100-$500 FINE TOW-AWAY ZONE”.(ADA Title III Regulation 28 CFR Part 36; Fairfax County Public Facility Manual Section 7-0802.4).
- Information about accessible parking, including information about specific dimensions of parking spaces, the number of spaces required, enforcement and how to acquire an accessible parking placard or license plate.
Overview of Rights
Overview of the
disability rights laws protecting the civil rights of people with
disabilities, including the ADA.
- Overview of Accessibility Fundamentals.