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ADA Transition Plan

ADA Public Outreach Meeting

Friday, Jan. 18, 3-4 p.m.
Adams County Human Services Center
11860 N. Pecos St., Westminster

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​About the Project

In accordance with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and 28 CFR 35.105, local agencies are required to develop and maintain an ADA Transition Plan. The Adams County Board of County Commissioners has approved the ADA Transition Plan to improve access compliance to pedestrian facilities within the county’s jurisdiction.

ADA Transition Plan

Please click here to view the ADA Transition Plan for Public Right-of-Way in Unincorporated Adams County. Transition plan information can be made available in alternative accessible formats upon request. For information about obtaining an alternative format, please use the contacts listed below.

What’s Happening

As part of the Adams County ADA Transition Plan, the county intends to regularly obtain public input to assist the county in developing its potential standalone ADA projects within the public right-of-way. The county generally obtains public input from YourGOV, public meetings, and town hall sessions as well as public contact with the ADA Coordinator. 

Contact

Russell Nelson, PE
Adams County Senior Engineer
720.523.6966