In general, all construction projects must comply with the accessibility standards contained within Title-24 of the California Code of Regulations. These standards can be found in Chapter 11A (privately funded housing) and Chapter 11B (publicly funded housing and non-residential projects) of the California Building Code. In some cases, full compliance with these standards may not be necessary for projects which alter existing buildings due to an unreasonable hardship. Instead, partial compliance may be allowed in public use areas pursuant to Chapter 11B. To facilitate documentation of an “Unreasonable Hardship”, please submit the following application for unreasonable hardship over the valuation threshold. And the following application for unreasonable hardship under the valuation threshold. Either should be completed and submitted to your plan checker.