Metropolis of Charlotte seeks enter on Individuals with Disabilities Act Transition Plan | Southcltweekly

CHARLOTTE – The Charlotte City Americans with Disabilities Act transition plan is available for public review and comment until September 20.

The city’s ADA transition plan is a document the city will use as a guide to become a more accessible city for all residents and visitors. Visit or email [email protected] for feedback.

Upon receipt of contributions, the plan will be submitted to Charlotte City Council for approval and approval.

In January 2019, the city selected Altura Solutions LLC to evaluate and develop a transition plan for all city-owned facilities, services, programs, and activities to ensure compliance with federal and state laws.

The intent of the plan is:

Identify physical and communicative barriers in Charlotte City’s public facilities that could limit access to their programs, services, or activities for people with disabilities

Describe the methods that will be used to make the facility, program, service, or activity accessible

Provide a schedule for removing obstacles for better accessibility

Identify the public officials responsible for implementing the plan.

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