According to the law, the California restroom signage required (per Title 24 of the California Building Code) must be placed in doorways leading to a public restroom and must be identified by a geometric symbol centered horizontally on the door at a centered height of 60 inches above the floor. Unisex restrooms are identified by the designate 12-inch circle with a 12-inch triangle superimposed on it. The color of the triangle must contrast with that of the circle, which must contrast with the color of the door (see California Building Code 11B-703.7.2.6.3). California law also requires that two signs be posted to identify a restroom open to the public.
Per the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the standard text sign such as “Women” and “Men” is required along with the California geometric sign installed per the standards described just above.