We are still at 60” for clearance to the underside of the regulatory signage for parking, etc. While this meets 2010 ADA California has increased their required heights, and many cities and states are following suit. Should we be following suit outside of CA to avoid issues down the road?

— Bruce D.

ANSWER: I don’t think you need to worry about signage height on existing signs anywhere but CA if they comply with the 2010 ADA Standards. They can all vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, but those will be building code and city ordinance issues. If you have to repair or replace the signs, they need to be 60″ minimum. You should always check local jurisdictions for any variances that would push the signs higher.

– Brad

Brad Gaskins