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ADA Architectural Accessibility

The federal Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act of 2008, and the Montana Human Rights Act prohibit discrimination against people on the basis of their physical or mental disabilities by places of public accommodation. A public accommodation is a private entity or business that provides its services to the public. Public accommodations include hotels, restaurants, health care providers, legal offices, theaters, retail stores, and museums. Click here to see our priorities, or here to request our services.

  • DRM Pamphlet
  • ADA Business Brief: Re striping Parking lots
  • ADA Regulations and Technical Assistance Materials The U.S. Department of Justice provides free ADA materials.
  • ADA Update: A Primer for Small Business
  • Access – DRM County Services Project and Survey Tool You can download the most recent survey tool DRM used to complete the surveys.
  • Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as Amended in 2008
  • Dept. of Transportation – Traveling with a Disability

Accessibility Requirements for Existing Swimming Pools at Hotels and other Public Accommodations:

ADA 2010 Revised Requirements: Accessible Pools—Accessible Means of Entry and Exit   ”to assist entities covered by Title III of the ADA, such as hotels and motels, health clubs, recreation centers, public country clubs, and other businesses that have swimming pools, wading pools, and spas, in understanding how the new requirements apply to them.  Click here for additional information.

American Association of People with Disabilities: AAPD is the largest national nonprofit cross-disability member orgnaization in the United States.

ADA Guide for Small Businesses


 

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