If I am building on private, residential property for personal use, do I have to meet the ADA technical specifications?
The Americans With Disabilities Act does not apply to private residential homes. But, the technical specifications set forth in the ADA Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) or the ADA/ABA Guidelines are scientifically determined by legitimate research. Call Code Services at 785-587-4506 for additional questions regarding technical specifications.

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1. I went to a local strip mall shopping center the other day and there were no accessible parking spaces anywhere in the whole lot. Is there a place I can report this?
2. If I am building on private, residential property for personal use, do I have to meet the ADA technical specifications?
3. Where can I find the specifications for building accessible rooms and structures and for doing renovations or alterations?
4. Our church is building a new activities center, and some members of the building committee are saying we must install an elevator if we have a two-story building. Are elevators required by the ADA?
5. Is a landlord required to provide access for renters to their rental home? Can I file a complaint?