Rocklin Seeks Input for ADA Transition Plan
The City of Rocklin is in the process of creating a Transition Plan which will be used as a guide for making improvements that will facilitate accessibility by removing physical impediments from the right-of-way and improve current levels of services in our policies, programs and procedures to the extent to which the create barriers to accessibility for persons with disabilities.
The American with Disabilities Act ("ADA")mandates that the City of Rocklin identify hindrances encountered by persons with disabilities. Upon completion of the Transition Plan, the City of Rocklin will outline a strategy for prioritizing such improvements. Several factors such as the extent of the deficiency, indentified need, and proximity to certain facilities, available budget, and a realistic schedule will be considered when prioritizing improvements.
The City of Rocklin would like your input in identifying deficiencies and/or problem areas of the Cities controlled right-of-ways. All suggestions, comments or specific deficiencies should be brought to the City of Rocklin ADA Coordinators attention by August 31, 2013 so that they may be evaluated and included in the first draft of the Transition Plan. This can be done by contacting Justin Nartker, ADA Coordinator, preferably via email at email@example.com or by phone at 916.625.5500. You may also send comments or suggestions by mail to: ADA Coordinator, 4081 Alvis Court, Rocklin CA 95677.
The City of Rocklin will have two Public Input meetings. You are invited to attend either event:
When: Both on July 11, 2013 one at 10 am. And another at 7 pm.
Where: City Council Chambers
3970 Rocklin Rd.
Rocklin CA 95677
If you need any special accommodations please contact the ADA Transition Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
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