ADA Title II Transition Plan
In an effort to make all City of Portland facilities and programs accessible to all, the City has embarked on a comprehensive Transition Plan process. The Plan identifies barriers which impede access to City facilities that are open to the public.
City facilities were surveyed based on compliance with the current 2010 ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act) standards and include: identifying barriers, categorizing barriers (understanding which barrier removal will have the greatest access to a facility), and scheduling the removal of these barriers.
The City’s ADA Title II Transition Plan team surveyed 342 unique facilities, identified roughly 25,000 individual barriers, and has scheduled their removal over time.
A key element of this project is to engage the public and encourage public comment on the draft Transition Plan. There are several ways to get more information and provide comments:
- View the materials on line and provide comment (COMING SOON)
- Attend an informational open house:
- Tuesday, August 19th 4:00-6:30 p.m.
Co-hosted with Independent Living Resources
1839 NE Couch Street
Portland, OR 97232
- Tuesday, August 26th 12:30-2:30 p.m.
Co-hosted with the Portland Commission on Disability
The Portland Building
1120 SW 5th Ave
Room C, Second Floor
Portland, OR 97204
- Thursday, September 4th 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Co-hosted with Elders in Action
East Portland Community Center
740 SE 106th Ave. Multi-Purpose Room 3
Portland, OR 97216
- View the materials at one of the following locations:
- Office of Equity and Human Rights
421 SW 6th Ave, Suite 500 Portland, OR 97204
- Midland Library
805 SE 122nd Ave. Portland, OR 97233
- St. Johns Library
7510 N Charleston Ave. Portland, OR 97203