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Public Right-of-Way (ROW) ADA Transition Plan 2021 Outreach
An online open house was held throughout the month of March 2021 in order to gather public comment that was incorporated into the 2021 Public ROW ADA Transition Plan. We will continue to take feedback on our pedestrian facilities on the Pedestrian facilities in the public ROW page.
About the Public ROW ADA Transition Plan
A Public ROW ADA Transition Plan is intended to provide a framework for the continuous improvement of pedestrian facilities (such as sidewalks, paths, curb ramps, pedestrian signals/push buttons) within the city ROW to ensure accessibility for people with disabilities.
Watch the March 18, 2021, virtual presentation to Everett’s Transportation Advisory Committee.
Frequently Asked Questions about Everett's Public ROW ADA Transition Plan
Click here to learn more about pedestrian facilities in the public right-of-way.
1990 Americans with Disabilities Act
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), enacted on July 26, 1990, provides comprehensive civil rights protections to persons with disabilities. Title II of the ADA requires public transportation, state and local government agencies ensure that their programs, services and facilities are accessible to individuals with disabilities.
largest city in WA
of residents under the age of 65 have a disability
|Source: US Census Bureau|
- March 2021: Online open house and public outreach
- March 18, 2021: Virtual presentation at Everett's Transportation Advisory Committee meeting
- April 2021: Final ADA Transition Plan publication
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Watch the March 18, 2021, virtual presentation to Everett's Transportation Advisory Committee.
Learn more about the Transportation Advisory Committee at everettwa.gov/TAC
There are four key requirements of an ADA transition plan
|Requirement:||To address these requirements, the City's Public ROW ADA Transition Plan contains|
1. Identify physical obstacles or barriers in pedestrian facilities that limit accessibility for individuals with disabilities
A self-evaluation describing how the City created and evaluated the inventory of barriers and how the inventory will be updated
2. Describe in detail the methods that will be used to make facilities accessible
A methodology describing the barrier removal process, including repairs, maintenance and replacing existing pedestrian facilities
3. Specify a schedule for removing barriers
A program description including prioritization criteria and schedule containing:
4. Identify the official responsible for implementing the plan
ADA Compliance Team information
Types of barriers in pedestrian facilities include:
- Cracked or uneven sidewalks
- Obstructions in the sidewalk
- Missing or noncompliant curb ramps
- Existing pedestrian signals with missing, inaccessible or inaudible pedestrian push buttons
Curb ramp barrier at sidewalk on Hoyt and 41st
After barrier removal on Hoyt and 41st
View the photo gallery of facilities with barriers and with barriers removed.
Contact the ADA Compliance Team to provide feedback and report a barrier:
- Click here contact the ADA Compliance Team and to report a barrier via an online form
- Call 425-257-8821 to report a barrier via phone
- Send feedback via mail to:
- ADA Compliance Team
City of Everett Public Works
3200 Cedar Street
Everett, WA 98201
- ADA Compliance Team