If you encounter an Adobe Acrobat error "Expected a dict object", please right-click to save PDF to you computer. There is a bug in Internet Explorer that causes this error on some PDF files.
AR 600-7, dated 15 December 1983
Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Handicap in Programs and Activities Assisted or Conducted by the Department of the Army
This regulation requires DoD facilities to conduct self-assessment. Think about your programs, not just drinking fountains and walkways.
EM 1110-1-400, dated 1 November 2004
Engineering and Design - Recreation Facility and Customer Services Standards
Note: Adobe version 6.0 may be required to view all features
EM 1110-2-410, dated 31 December 1982
Design of Recreation Areas and Facilities - Access and Circulation
EP 1130-2-500, dated 27 December 1996 revised 1 June 2006
Project Operations - Partners and Support (Work Management Guidance and Procedures)
EP 1130-2-550, dated 15 November 1996 revised 15 August 2002
Projection Operations - Recreation Operations and Maintenance Guidance and Procedures
This pamphlet establishes guidance for the management of recreation programs and
activities, and for the operation and maintenance of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
recreation facilities and related structures, at civil works water resource projects and
supplements ER 1130-2-510, "Recreation Operations and Maintenance Policies."
ER 1110-2-400, dated 31 May 1988
Design of Recreation Sites, Areas and Facilities
ER 1130-2-500, dated 27 December 1996 revised 1 June 2006
Project Operations - Partners and Support (Work Management Guidance and Policies)
This regulation establishes the policy for the management of operation and maintenance
activities of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) personnel performing civil works functions
related to flood control, navigation, dredging, hydroelectric power generation, environmental
stewardship, and recreation services at water resource, waterway, and other USACE projects.
12/17/03 ADA Training - Suspense 31 December 2003 Is there anyone out there in our community who is up on accessibility requirements who might be willing to serve as a trainer for this effort? If so, please let me know quickly. There is no one here in HQ who can take this on. I will need a one page resume for each nominee so that we can make the final selection here.