ADA Transition Plan

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ADA Grievance Process

What's Happening

Pierce County Parks and Recreation completed our Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan in December 2017.

About the Project

Pierce County Parks and Recreation conducted access audits of the County’s park system to determine whether they meet ADA requirements. We also reviewed department policies regarding interaction with the public, and the ways in which Department staff provide modifications in programs for people with disabilities. This resulted in the completion of access audit reports for 17 park sites, and a Program and Policy Accessibility Audit Report. Together, these reports satisfies the “self-evaluation’” requirement of Title II of the ADA, section 35.105.

We used the findings of the site audits, public input, and the Department’s plans for future development to create an ADA Transition Plan for County park system facilities. This plan satisfy Title II of the ADA, section 35.150(d). A transition plan is a phased retrofit schedule for every access deficit identified in the access audit reports. Pierce County Parks and Recreation will use this plan to prioritize future projects to bring all programs of the County’s park system into compliance with the ADA.

Stay Informed:

Questions about the plan, please contact:

Kimberly Freeman, Superintendent of Resource Stewardship