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Handicapped Individuals (Parking Spaces For)

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'''<font color="#4AA02C">City of Sacramento</font color="#4AA02C">'''<br>
'''<font color="#4AA02C">City of Sacramento</font color="#4AA02C">'''<br>
'''City Planning Department'''<br>
'''City Planning Department'''<br>
1231 I Street, Room 200<br>
915 I Street, 4th Floor<br>
Sacramento, CA 95814<br>
Sacramento, CA 95814<br>
(916) 264-5874<br>
(916) 808-8795<br>

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851-Local City/County Agencies


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City or county parking spaces for handicapped individuals are required by federal law (Title 2 Americans With Disabilities Act), whether public or private. Management of parking spaces for the handicapped is the responsibility of local city and county planning and zoning departments.

The following two entities have jurisdiction over placement and size of handicapped parking spaces in private and public parking lots.

City of Sacramento
City Planning Department
915 I Street, 4th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 808-8795

County of Sacramento
County Planning and Community Development
Public Works Inspection Division
827 7th Street, Suite 102
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 874-5966
(916) 874-6143

Information about issues relative to the handicapped:
Project Action
(800) 659-6428

Information about the Americans With Disabilities Act law:
ADA Hotline
(800) 949-4232

Responsibility for enforcement of Americans With Disabilities Act law:
US Department of Justice
(800) 514-0301

See Also:

Consumer Resource & Referral Guide Consumer Resource & Referral Guide
Directory of State Agencies Directory of State Agencies
Directory of Federal Agencies Directory of Federal Agencies
Return to DCA Home Page Return to DCA Home Page

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