Pedestrian Facilities in Public ROW
The City of Everett Public Works Department is responsible for the following pedestrian facilities in the public right-of-way, that are within the Everett city limits, complying with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA):
- Curb ramps
- Pedestrian crossings
- Pedestrian signals and pushbuttons
- Alternate pedestrian facilities in work zones
Pedestrian Facility Accessibility Requests
Are you aware of a pedestrian facility in the City of Everett's public right-of-way that may need improvements to comply with the ADA? Let us know by contacting Public Works.
Email the ADA Compliance Team
Phone: 425-257-8821 (TTY: 711)
Mail: ADA Compliance Team
City of Everett Public Works
3200 Cedar Street
Everett, WA 98201
The City of Everett is required by the ADA to establish a grievance procedure.This procedure may be used to file a complaint alleging discrimination on the basis of disability in the provision of the programs, services, or activities by the City of Everett Public Works related to pedestrian facilities in the public right-of-way. The grievance form is available in the Draft ADA Transition Plan.
Prior to filing a grievance, please contact Public Works to seek an equitable and timely resolution to your complaints.
In 2011, Public Works began an extensive evaluation of its pedestrian facility program to determine if it was complying with the requirements of the ADA. The data was compiled in 2016 and will be digitized and made available on this webpage. Contents include:
- Curb ramp Inventory
- Sidewalk Inventory
- Pedestrian Crossing Inventory
- Accessible pedestrian Signal Inventory
- Parking inventory
- Transit Stop Inventory
- Guidance Sign Inventory
- Shared Use Trail Inventory
- Right of Way (ROW) Appurtenance Inventory
The final transition plan will be published and made readily available to all interested parties upon its completion.