Latest version of California State Parks Accessibility Guidelines (2015)
NOTE: Document currently unavailable due to pending revisions. Archival copy available by emailing California State Parks using download link.
The fundamental idea behind a corporate identity program is that everything the institution does, everything it owns, every service it provides, should project a clear idea of what the institution and its goals are.
Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
The objective of these standards and guidelines is to outline Parks Canada’s requirements with respect to exterior signage and provide direction to sites on addressing signage requirements. The application of these standards and guidelines will strengthen federal presence and enhance Parks Canada’s identity by enabling Parks Canada to clearly distinguish itself from provincial and other parks and historic sites.
The Parks Canada signage system is designed with the
following goals in mind:
These standards and guidelines are based on operational, policy and human factors requirements.
Questions or comments regarding these standards and guidelines or requests for more information related to the testing and development of these standards may be addressed by e-mail to the Parks Canada Identity Program Officer at email@example.com.
The document was completed with support from park staff in Ontario, Alberta, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan, and Parks Canada. Other agencies may have additional guidelines but were unable to participate in the scan.
The document includes information on the presence or absence of sign guidance, details of guidelines, and contact information. It would be useful for park infrastructure and maintenance, planning, visitor experience, way finding, and management.
From the introduction:
In the interest of creating formal guidance on park signage, Ontario Parks put forward a request for information to Canadian Parks Council members in the summer of 2018. Park agencies were asked whether they had a manual or similar guidance for symbols and sign specifications. Several responses were received and are outlined in the following document.
Responses vary from agency to agency based on their environment, policy and legislation. Please be advised that not all details are provided in this document. One should contact the respective agency to obtain further information.Ontario Parks Jurisdictional Scan on Sign Guidelines
Ontario Parks would like to thank the park agencies that provided responses to our inquiry. We hope that this information will prove valuable.
This course provides an introduction to the requirements and process to establish an effective maintenance management program for a park facility. These elements include an inventory of the facilities, levels of service and facility standards, regular inspections and the recommendations for repair, replacement or scheduling of maintenance based on a system of facility safety and extended service life evaluation.
Target Audience: Park rangers (related to park operator role). Also used by Park Operators to train their staff and occasionally by municipal park agency staff
Open to External Participants