ADA Transition Plan for Public Works
The City addresses a variety of issues that impact the accessibility and safety of city streets and sidewalk by creating the:
In these plans, Public Works lays out a series of priorities, policies and approaches to address barriers in the public right of way.
Public way includes:
- Sidewalk gaps
- Complex intersections and obstacles inhibiting pedestrian movement
- Non-compliant sidewalks and/or driveways
- Pedestrian curb ramp reconstructions.
2022 Update to the ADA Transition Plan for Public Works
In 2022, Public Works completed a review and update of the ADA Transition Plan.
Read the updates
- Redlined version of the updated plan - see what changed from the 2020 Plan
- Appendix A - Read a summary of the progress made on the recommendations and milestones within the ADA Transition Plan
- Executive summary - Read the plan recommendations
March 10, 2022, City Council adopted the 2022 Update to the ADA Transition Plan.