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Building inclusive, safe and livable neighborhoods and communities.

ONI Main: 503-823-4519

City/County Info: 503-823-4000

TDD: 503-823-6868

1221 SW 4th Ave, Suite 110, Portland, OR 97204

Clarifying Disabled Parking

 

Clarifying Disabled Parking:
Senate Bill SB716 creates new requirements for disabled parking including:

Two disabled placards: one for wheelchair only, the other for anyone else with a disability that requires a parking accommodation.

 

  • The placards are issued through the DMV                                       http://www.oregon.gov/odot/dmv/pages/driverid/disparking.aspx
  • The City of Portland is not enforcing the placard regulation in regards to on street parking  at this time.  A task force is looking at the issue.
  • The Cities volunteer enforcement group of retired police officers will be issuing citations in off street parking lots, including but not limited to hospitals, malls, shopping centers, restaurants  http://www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/article/60014
  • There have been some challenges with venue’s re-striping their lots and making all of the disabled spaces wheelchair only.  This is incorrect. According to the matrix of how the disabled spots are allocated, it is roughly one wheelchair only spot for every five disabled spots.

 

For more in-depth information about the law call or visit the web.

Building Codes Division - For questions regarding the Oregon Structural Specialty Code, Chapter 11 – Accessibility, enforcement of accessible design standards, and inspections, contact:

Steve Judson

Structural Code Specialist

steven.w.judson@state.or.us

(503) 378-4635

http://www.cbs.state.or.us/external/bcd/programs/structural/2010_ADA_OSSC_Ch11_Communication_021712.pdf

 

Parking Lots

 

For business wanting to stripe or restripe their lots, they need to go to the 1900 building and file for a permit on the first floor:

BDS 503.823.7310

1900 SW 4th Ave, Portland,OR97201

To see an in-depth PDF of the matrix:

http://ecodes.biz/ecodes_support/free_resources/Oregon/10_Structural/10_PDFs/Chapter%2011_Accessibility%20Amendment.pdf

The following is a limited list of places to but Oregon disabled signs.  You can find more resources by visiting the states page above.

Safetysign.com

http://www.safetysign.com/Parking+Signs,+Permits.html

Construction Book Express

http://www.constructionbook.com/ada-parking-sign-oregon-parking-with-dmv-disabled-permit-only-aluminum-or01/ada-safety-signs/

My Parking Sign

http://www.myparkingsign.com/MPS/ADA_Parking_Sign_Oregon.aspx

Parking Sign Corner

http://www.parkingsigncorner.com/oregon-disabled-parking-sign-865.html

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