ADA - Transition Plan & Inventory

Overview

The City of Saint Peter is beginning the process of performing a Self-Evaluation of policies, practices and pedestrian infrastructure within public rights-of-way and preparing an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan to identify ADA deficiencies that pose barriers to safe and efficient access for all users. The ADA Transition Plan documents the findings of the Self-Evaluation and will provide a detailed schedule and planning-level costs for the removal of barriers to accessibility within pedestrian infrastructure in the system.

Please visit this page frequently for updates to the project schedule, notifications of upcoming public meetings, other materials prepared as part of this process, and other opportunities for you to provide your input on the process. If you are an individual with a disability or an organization who represents those with disabilities, we encourage you to take some time to submit your public comments to Public Works at angieg@saintpetermn.gov.

 

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Under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as well as 28 CFR 35.105 and 28 CFR 35.150, agencies are required to perform a Self-Evaluation and complete a Transition Plan to ensure all users have equal access to facilities.

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