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Latest revision as of 15:59, 13 November 2019

851-Local City/County Agencies

HANDICAPPED INDIVIDUALS (PARKING SPACES FOR) go back


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

City of Sacramento Portal


County of Sacramento

County Planning and Community Development

Disability Compliance Officer

700 H Street, Suite 4667

Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 874-4466


Information about issues relative to the handicapped:

Easter Seals

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:

Discrimination