Report a Gender-Free Bathroom Violation

Act 127, which requires single-user restrooms in public buildings and places of public accommodation to be identified with gender-free signage, went into effect on July 1, 2018.
As a result, each single-user restroom in those locations must be labeled 'restroom' or 'bathroom' and made available for use by persons of any gender. The Human Rights Commission (HRC) has jurisdiction to investigate complaints of non-compliance, and the Department of Public Safety's Fire Safety Division has authority to inspect for compliance.
You can read the full text of Act 127 here, and learn more by reviewing our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document here.
Please use the form below to report a violation of the gender-free bathroom law:
(Is it intended to be used by one person at a time? For example, can the restroom door be locked from the inside? Act 127 doesn't apply to restrooms intended for multiple people at once.)
(If possible, please upload one or two images of the non-compliant signage for our records)
(Name, phone number and/or email address)