ADA survey is due by Sept. 30
CITY OF SEAL BEACH
The City of Seal Beach is undertaking a survey of accessibility needs for people with disabilities to collect vital feedback that will shape the city’s transition to greater accessibility for all.
The city is developing an American with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan to make programs, services, facilities and public right-of-way more accessible to persons with disabilities. Gathering feedback from the community is an important part of this process.
How To Provide Your Input:
The development of the ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan is currently underway, and the city would like to hear your comments and concerns regarding accessibility to assist in the plan development.
Help with this process by listing your concerns regarding accessibility of the public facilities within the City of Seal Beach.
The city is looking for input from:
• Individuals with disabilities.
• Senior citizens.
• Individuals and members of groups that encounter barriers related to transportation, such as parents of children with disabilities.
• People with experience and knowledge of ADA planning and requirements, or serves disabled populations.
• Any interested Seal Beach resident and/or business owner.
The survey is now available online at the City of Seal Beach’s website www.sealbeachca.gov. It will be open through Sept. 30; click on the “ADA Public Input Questionnaire” button.
In addition to the online form, a hard copy can be made available by contacting Iris Lee at (562) 431-2527, ext. 1322 ( firstname.lastname@example.org), or Denice Bailey, (562) 431-2527, ext. 1328 ( email@example.com).