Good Repair and Cleanliness:
(a) All interior and exterior surfaces (e.g.,
floors, walls, roofs, ceilings, windows, and furniture) and equipment necessary
for the health, safety, and comfort of the resident shall be kept clean and in
(b) All interior
surfaces shall be easily cleanable;
(c) Measures shall be taken which prevent the
entry of rodents, flies, mosquitoes, and other insects;
(d) The facility grounds shall be kept
orderly and free of litter and refuse.
Outside Walkways, Parking:
(a) Walkways and curbs from the street,
public transit or parking spaces to the building entrance shall be designed to
facilitate travel by people using wheelchairs or crutches;
(b) Disabled Parking Facilities. Parking
spaces for disabled visitors and staff shall be provided.
(3) Entrance, Waiting Area. At least one
primary grade level entrance to the building shall be sheltered from weather
and be fully accessible to disabled persons. The facility shall have a waiting
area or lounge located inside the main entrance.
(4) Drinking Fountains, Telephones. At least
one drinking fountain and telephone shall be available on each floor for
residents, staff, and visitors, including those physically disabled. Telephones
and fountains shall be provided in accordance with the American National
Standards Institute's "Providing Accessibility and Usability for Physically
Handicapped People" effective February 5, 1986. The number of the fire
department and police department shall be affixed to every telephone. The
facility shall have telephones designated for use by residents which allow for
privacy during conversation and are wheelchair accessible.
Exceptions. Facilities continuously
licensed since January 1, 1992 shall not be required to have drinking fountains
on every floor, waiting area/lounge or a sheltered entrance as required by this
rule unless otherwise provided by OAR 411-087-0010