Use an exterior metal Accessible Women’s Outdoor Restroom sign to identify bathroom facilities for use by females.
This exterior restroom sign contains the traditional International Symbol of Accessibility (ISA or person in a wheelchair pictogram). Read below to learn and when to use the traditional ISA versus the modified ISA.
See more standard and custom outdoor ADA sign options on our Exterior ADA Signs page
Eco-friendly sign materials
- 5052 aluminum tested per ASTM-B209 standards
- CNC machined raised features
- Background color has slight sand texture
- Automotive grade exterior paint
- Paint adhesion tested per ASTM-B117-95 & J2527 per SAE J1960
ADA compliant signage
A Women’s Outdoor Restroom sign in a U.S. public building is regulated by the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA prohibits discrimination against those with disabilities.
Federally regulated signage provides the 7.5 million Americans that are legally blind or visually impaired equal access to public spaces across the U.S. ADA sign requirements enforced today were released as part of the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design (SAD). Detailed federal signage requirements direct the content and location of identification, directional and informational signs.
From grade 2 braille and compliant fonts, to proper spacing and contrast, our signs meet federal signage requirements. For easy to understand regulations information, please review our ADA Sign Requirement FAQs.
International Symbol of Accessibility (ISA)
ADA signs provide visually impaired and blind people greater access to public buildings, and often include braille, raised text and pictograms. The International Symbol of Accessibility (ISA or person in a wheelchair pictogram) must be used on accessibility signage in several situations.
- When not all restrooms, bathing facilities, entrances, exits or elevators are accessible, signs with the ISA must be placed at accessible features. Additionally, signs must be placed at each inaccessible feature, directing to the nearest accessible feature.
- On signs identifying areas of refuge or rescue assistance.
- On signs identifying accessible check-out aisles and amusement ride entries.
- On signs identifying accessible parking spaces.
In New York and Connecticut, the modified ISA is required. Additionally, in many other U.S. jurisdictions the modified ISA is acceptable. While many prefer the feel of the modified ISA, we recommend confirming ISA requirements with your local building inspector before ordering accessibility signs.
DOLLARS & CENTS
Pricing includes standard UPS ground shipping for the lower 48 U.S. states and USPS shipping for Alaska and Hawaii.
We work hard to make every order impeccable, but if your sign is not quite right, we’ll provide a remake or refund right away.
Industry best warranty
Our exterior ADA metal signs come with a lifetime warranty. Click the icon above for warranty details.
EASY SIGN INSTALLATION
ADA sign mounting
A Women’s Outdoor Restroom sign in a U.S. public building is a regulated ADA sign. To ensure height and location mounting guidelines are met share our ADA Sign Installation Tips with your team.
Due to temperature fluctuations and moisture intrusion, exterior signage should never rely on adhesives. Instead follow these five easy steps.
- Tape the provided sign installation template to wall in a location that meets ADA signage requirements
- Drill through the template at the four stud points
- Apply a small circle of silicone on the sign back
- Hand tighten the four provided studs into the pre-drilled sign holes
- Press your Women’s Outdoor Restroom sign into the wall for 30 seconds