Making Your Project
Accessible to All
Making your project accessible to people with disabilities can be a simple as removing curbs or putting up the right sign to mark the designated accessible parking space. It requires a conscious effort to think about your project from others’ perspectives.
The Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) is committed to promoting outdoor recreational facilities that are free of barriers and open to all throughout Washington.
RCO requires all grant recipients to follow the most current codes and standards for renovation and development projects. Where none exists, talk to your outdoor grants manager or the recreation accessibility specialist for help.
RCO can provide technical assistance, advice, and training to grant recipients and state natural resource agencies about complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).