LONG BEACH (CBSLA.com) — Officials in Long Beach released a new gender-neutral restroom sign Tuesday that will now be required for display on all single-user restrooms in the city.

(credit: City of Long Beach)

The city of Long Beach is leading the way, installing the newly required signs at public buildings and businesses with single-user toilet facilities to ensure equal access.

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“Providing inclusive, safe, gender-neutral restrooms is an important step forward for Long Beach,” Mayor Robert Garcia said in a statement. “It is important that all people feel valued and respected as a vital part of our diverse community.”

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The required signage consists of a triangle symbol within a circle of contrasting color. No pictogram, text, or Braille is required on the symbol.

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All single-user restrooms in California must be available to all genders, as mandated by State Assembly Bill 1732, which went into effect on March 1.