Central Texas Striping

ADA Parking Striping in San Antonio, TX

As a ADA parking striping contractor, we provide professional ADA-compliant parking striping services for commercial properties throughout San Antonio.   ADA regulations include specific requirements for accessible parking spaces to accommodate individuals with disabilities. Our team has extensive experience striping and re-striping parking lots to meet all current ADA guidelines.

ADA Parking Striping Services Include:


 We stripe spaces at least 8 feet wide with a 5 foot access aisle.

International Symbol of Accessibility

 The wheelchair symbol is clearly painted in blue.


 We provide and install ADA-compliant accessible parking signs.


 Spaces are located closest to entrances without obstructions. 

Number of Spaces

We consult the ADA code to determine the proper number of accessible spaces.

Van Accessible Spaces

For parking lots with over 4 spaces, we provide van-accessible spots.

Compliance for Ramps & Curbs

Accessible routes meet slope and curb cut regulations.

By having Central Texas Striping restripe your parking lot, you can ensure it meets all current ADA regulations and provide proper accessible spaces for your customers and visitors. Contact us today for a quote on ADA parking striping near San Antonio.

ADA Parking Striping FAQs

Get answers to common questions about ADA parking lot striping – covering types of striping, materials used, factors affecting cost, maintenance needs, and more – in our Frequently Asked Questions section.

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ADA spaces must be at least 8 feet wide with a 5 foot access aisle, have accessible signage, and include the wheelchair symbol painted in blue.

The number of required ADA spaces is based on the total number of parking spots. Typically 1 accessible space is required for every 25 standard spaces.

No, ADA spaces must be identified and located closest to accessible building entrances without obstructions. Proper signage and access aisles must be provided.

Yes, the aisle must be striped to distinguish it from the parking space and discourage parking in the access area.

For lots with over 4 spaces, 1 of every 6 ADA spots must be van-accessible with aisles at least 8 feet wide marked with signage.

Typically every 1-2 years. Fading paint or worn striping should be restriped to maintain visibility.

 Our team can assess your parking lot and provide recommendations for bringing it up to current ADA standards. Contact us today.

Pricing depends on the size of the lot and number of spaces. Contact us for a free quote.

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