File #: 161353    Version: Name: Various Codes - Baby Diaper-Changing Accommodations
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
Introduced: 12/13/2016 In control: Clerk of the Board
On agenda: Final action: 3/17/2017
Enactment date: 3/17/2017 Enactment #: 053-17
Title: Ordinance replacing a provision of the Planning Code with a new provision of the Administrative Code requiring all City buildings that are available for use by the public to install and maintain at least one baby diaper-changing accommodation that is available for use by women and one that is available for use by men, or a single diaper-changing accommodation that is available for use by all genders; amending the Police Code to require businesses that make a baby diaper-changing accommodation available in a restroom available for use by women to also install and maintain a baby diaper-changing accommodation in a restroom available for use by men or available for use by all genders; and amending the Building Code to require that new public-serving establishments, and public-serving establishments with substantially renovated toilet rooms, install baby diaper-changing accommodations; making findings, including environmental findings, findings of public necessity, convenience, and welfare under Planning Code, Section 302, and findings under the California Health and Safety Code regarding building standards; and directing the Clerk to forward this Ordinance to the California Building Standards Commission upon final passage.
Sponsors: Katy Tang, Norman Yee, Hillary Ronen, Jeff Sheehy, Mark Farrell
Attachments: 1. Leg Ver1, 2. Leg Dig Ver1, 3. Referral FYI 121916, 4. Referral DBI 121916, 5. Referral CEQA 121916, 6. CEQA Response 122016, 7. Referral PC 011117, 8. Response BIC 021617, 9. Planning Commission Response 021717, 10. Comm Pkt 022217, 11. Leg Ver2, 12. Leg Dig Ver2, 13. Board Pkt 022817, 14. Board Pkt 030717, 15. Leg Final, 16. BOS Transmittal 032217, 17. CBSC Ltr 041817
Related files: 190959
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