The City of Arcata recently completed an update to the City’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan.
The process of creating this plan includes identifying accessibility challenges in Arcata’s public spaces and developing solutions to make improvements. Once adopted, the plan will act as an outline for the City to take required steps toward full ADA compliance.
The City of Arcata is encouraging community members to provide input regarding the newly revised ADA Transition Plan. Feedback received will help identify existing concerns and assist the City with creating solutions to help everyone use Arcata's streets, sidewalks and public buildings safely.
A draft of the updated ADA Transition Plan was officially introduced to Arcata City Council at their meeting on Wednesday, July 17. At this meeting, the public comment period regarding the updated plan was opened, and public comment will continue be accepted until Wednesday, August 14 at 5 PM.
After public comment is incorporated into the revised ADA Transition Plan, it will be placed before City Council for adoption on Wednesday, August 21.
For more information and to review the revised ADA Transition Plan document, please click here or call 707-825-2128.