ADA Transition Plan

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The City of Redmond has surveyed all City-owned and operated facilities in Redmond. This includes City Hall, the Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village, and Police, Fire, and other community facilities. Redmond is developing an ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act) Transition Plan, that will:

  • Identify barriers to access such as parking, pathways, restrooms, and other barriers
  • Develop accessibility priorities
  • Draft a schedule to remove barriers

What are your priorities? Do you experience access limitations in Redmond's buildings? Please complete the questionnaire by September 30. Your feedback will help us improve access to the programs and services the City provides.

Note that the City completed an ADA Transition Plan for Parks and Trails in 2019. Both the Parks and Trails ADA Transition Plan and the draft City Facilities ADA Transition Plan can be found in the Document Library on this page.

The City of Redmond has surveyed all City-owned and operated facilities in Redmond. This includes City Hall, the Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village, and Police, Fire, and other community facilities. Redmond is developing an ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act) Transition Plan, that will:

  • Identify barriers to access such as parking, pathways, restrooms, and other barriers
  • Develop accessibility priorities
  • Draft a schedule to remove barriers

What are your priorities? Do you experience access limitations in Redmond's buildings? Please complete the questionnaire by September 30. Your feedback will help us improve access to the programs and services the City provides.

Note that the City completed an ADA Transition Plan for Parks and Trails in 2019. Both the Parks and Trails ADA Transition Plan and the draft City Facilities ADA Transition Plan can be found in the Document Library on this page.