The City of Wilsonville invites the public to learn about and comment on a draft plan to improve accessibility and mobility at an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan open house on Thursday, May 7, 6 - 8 pm, at Wilsonville City Hall, 29799 SW Town Center Loop East. Interested persons may also follow the ADA Transition Plan progress, review materials, and submit questions and comments online at www.ci.wilsonville.or.us/ADA.
At the open house the public is invited to review and comment on draft lists of ADA-required repairs that were given the highest priority and to provide feedback on the proposed repair schedule. After updated to incorporate community input, the final draft plan is to be submitted for City Council consideration later this spring.
In February the City held a similar workshop where members of the community with disabilities shared their experiences and needs in order to identify public facilities, such as parks, bus stops, and sidewalk ramps, that pose the greatest barriers to mobility.
Based on the community’s feedback, state and federal standards and other data research, City staff and consultants are working to identify, prioritize and schedule repair and replacement of public facilities in order to comply with current ADA requirements.
Meeting accommodations, including ASL interpreters, alternative format documents or other modifications are available upon request.
For more information or to request meeting accommodations, contact Zach Weigel, Civil Engineer, at 503-570-1565; email@example.com.