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The City of St. Helena ADA Self-evaluation and Transition Plan

Over the last year, the City conducted an exhaustive self-evaluation of the City's programs, policies, and facilities on accessibility and has breated a plan which identifies barriers and estiblished the commitment to ensuring accessiblity to all individuals. 

The City is circulating the draft plan for comments and suggestions until March 17th. City Staff and consultants will hold an Open House at the St. Helena Fire Station's Hall at 1480 Main Street on Wednesday February 15, 2017 from 5:00-7:00 PM. The public can arrive anytime during the open house to learn more about the proposed plan, ask questions and provide comments and suggestions. The main entrance to the Fire Hall is located off Railroad Avenue. 

Following the public open house, the draft plan will be presented at the City Council meeting on February 28, 2017.

Additionally, city staff reuests the public review the draft plan, posted below, and complete a small survey to provide your feedback. The survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete.

DRAFT ADA TRANSITION PLAN

 

LINK TO ONLINE SURVEY

 

The public is also welcome to download the survey form, which is posted below, or complete a survey form at City Hall or the St. Helena Public Library. Completed surveys can be returned to the libary, city hall or emails to ada@cityofsthelena.org

PDF SURVEY FORM

 

Questions? Contact Tobias Barr, Public Works Project Manger 968-2746 tbarr@cityofsthelena.org