I'll try to describe this as best I can, because I'm not personally a CAD user, I'm in IT and this is the question our architects have posed to me.
One of our site designs is about to undergo an ADA survey and we are looking for CAD symbols to use to mark up the drawings. I've searched around online and haven't found a good set of symbols for this purpose, everything I see is just standards for wheelchair access etc. What we need are the various signs and symbols to mark spots that conform to those standards.
I heard a rumor that just such a thing was available for purchase from Autodesk but I don't see where so I'm not sure that's true.
If anyone can point me in the right direction it would be much appreciated.
There used to be 3rd party vendors that sold such items, but it appears enough of us drew our own they've all practically gone out of business.
Not sure why you think Autodesk is in the symbols library business, and then to sell something so specific and limited too: inside AutoCAD, tap ADCENTER's DCONLINE for Autodesk provided blocks (circa 1998) and also tap SEEK in AutoCAD for industry provided symbols (very limited).
You can also search free sites like CBEN.NET and pay sites like THESE for more content you can use as a base for your needs.
You can also start drawing your own as many of us have done: great task for learning how to draft efficiently in AutoCAD for newer staff members.