PHASE 6: PUBLIC INPUT INTO THE DRAFT SELF-EVALUATION AND TRANSITION PLAN
PHASE 5: PREPARATION OF THE ADA SELF-EVALUATION AND TRANSITION PLAN
* ADA Transition Plan requirements and process;
* Methodology employed for Plan development;
* Prioritization and scheduling process;
* Identification of the ADA Coordinator;
* ADA grievance procedure;
* Public outreach process for Plan development;
* Recommendations for modifications to policies, services, and practices;
* Transition Plan phasing schedule; and
* Program accessibility guidelines, standards, and resources.
PHASE 4: RIGHT-OF-WAY EVALUATION
* Developing procedures for evaluating right-of-way facilities;
* Conducting an evaluation of curb ramps, sidewalks, and pedestrian signals;
* Identifying ADA barrier removal actions; and
* Involving the ADA Focus Group in the identification of issues and drafting barrier removal priorities for the right-of-way.
PHASE 3: FACILITY EVALUATIONS
* Inventorying City facilities for evaluation and identifying public access locations;
* Conducting evaluations of the City’s buildings, parks, and trails;
* Identifying barrier removal actions; and
* Involving the ADA Focus Group in the identification of issues and drafting barrier removal priorities for buildings, parks, and trails.
PHASE 2: POLICY AND PROGRAM EVALUATION
* Meeting with City staff to administer a questionnaire regarding City practices;
* Reviewing City policy documents, programs, and services;
* Reviewing the City’s standard and specifications;
* Identifying modifications to City programs, services, practices, standards, and specifications; and
* Involving the ADA Focus Group in the identification of issues and review of recommendations for modifications to City policies, services, and practices.