Changing spaces California was one of the first to successfully
pass a law requiring adult changing tables to be installed in public buildings. Despite our success, we have a lot of work to do! Since passing the law in 2015, many regional center offices have adopted changing tables in their offices and there is at least one airport in both southern and northern California that have adult changing facilities.
If you are interested in joining this important cause feel free to email Alisa Rosillo, leader of the Changing California Chapter, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or message her from the Facebook page Changing Spaces CA.
Advocacy In California
California advocates have had tremendous success and are among only four states that have successfully passed legislation requiring adult changing stations in public buildings!
Universal Changing Table Locations In California
LAX Los Angeles International Airport -2 Locations complete, 2 under construction
Terminal 1 by Gate 14 in a Family restroom
Terminal B by Gate 201A
Terminal 6, Arrival and Baggage Claim level, Under construction. To be open in Fall 2022
Terminal 3, Under construction. Estimated completion date: late 2022
Terminal 4, Under construction. Estimated completion date: 2024
SFO - San Fransisco International Airport, in Harvey Milk Terminal 1. Under Construction
We are continually advocating for more tables to be installed. Please advocate for changing tables to be installed in your town, so we can add more to this list!
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View where universal changing tables are located across the USA.
Spreading Awareness about the need for adult changing stations at the National Orange Show in 2016.