The City of Folsom City Council approved the City's Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan on April 14, 2009. The City is now proceeding to implement the plan. Please click here to view Section I of the approved plan.
What is the Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan?
Title II of the ADA dictates that a public entity must evaluate its services, programs, policies, and practices to determine whether they are in compliance with the nondiscrimination regulations of the ADA. A self-evaluation is required and intended to examine programs, services, and activities; identify problems or barriers that may limit accessibility by persons with disabilities; and describe potential compliance solutions to programs, services, and activities. The entity must then proceed to make the necessary changes resulting from the self-evaluation. The ADA also requires a transition plan be prepared to describe any structural or physical barrier changes required to make programs, services, and activities accessible.
How can I get a copy of the SETP?
Click on the link above to view Section I of the plan. In addition, you may review copies at the Folsom Public Library (411 Stafford Street in Folsom) and the City Clerk's Office (50 Natoma Street in Folsom). Section I of the plan (as well as Section II, "Survey Findings: Buildings, Parks, Public Parking Lots") is also available for review upon request from Elaine Andersen in the City Manager's Office at email@example.com or at 916/351-3315 (standard copying rates will apply should you wish to have your own hard copy).
More About Folsom and the ADA...
The City of Folsom, in its commitment to achieving full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, DOES NOT:
- Deny the benefits of City programs, services, and activities to qualified individuals with a disability, on the basis of disability.
- Discriminate on the basis of disability in access to or provision of programs, services, activities of the City, or application for employment or employment to qualified individuals with disabilities.
- Provide separate, unequal, or different programs, services, or activities, unless the separate or different programs are necessary to ensure that the benefits and services are equally effective.
The City of Folsom operates its programs so that, when viewed in their entirety, they are readily accessible to or usable by individuals with disabilities.
In accordance with Section 35.106 of the Americans with Disabilities Act, all participants, applicants, organizations, and interested individuals are advised and noticed that the new ADA Coordinator for the City is:
Elaine Andersen, Assistant to the City Manager/ADA Coordinator
50 Natoma Street, Folsom, CA 95630
Phone: (916) 351-3315, firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have a specific concern or question about Americans with Disabilities Act(ADA)/Accessibility issues, please contact our ADA Coordinator or use our “City Assist” customer service program to submit your inquiry at the following link: http://assist.folsom.ca.us/crm/ReqCategory/newrequest.asp
You can access a copy of the ADA Grievance form here.
Click here for the ADA grievance procedure.