ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan

The City of Boise is committed to creating a city for everyone where people with disabilities have equal opportunity and meaningful access to resources, programs and services offered by the city. This American's with Disabilities Act Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan provides a framework for the continuous improvements the City of Boise is taking to ensure its programs and facilities are accessible for all community members and visitors.

This plan outlines the strategy for the City of Boise to progress toward compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), identifying physical barriers for persons with disabilities, and a schedule to remove those barriers over time to create a city for everyone.

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Executive Summary

Strategies and recommendations for the City of Boise to progress toward compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), identify physical barriers for persons with disabilities and a schedule to remove those barriers over time.

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Legal Requirements

Review federal requirements to dispel stereotypes and assumptions about disabilities, assure equality of opportunity and full participation, and secure independent living and economic self-sufficiency for people with disabilities.

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Self-Evaluation of Non-Discriminatory Policies

The City of Boise performed a comprehensive assessment of department policies, practices and procedures to determine ADA compliance. Learn more about the findings and recommended action items for implementation.

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Moving Beyond Compliance: Recreation Access

The City of Boise has upgraded several parks with inclusive play equipment, giving more options for play and helping create a city for everyone.

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ADA Transition Comprehensive Summary (PDF)

The summary outlines the ADA standards for structural elements such as restrooms, parking and service counters, has a prioritization matrix of barriers, and lists cumulative costs to remedy each facility.

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Facilities Remediation Plan

Learn how the city will address the 2,381 barriers to access that were identified, with projects beginning in 2022 and completed by 2028.

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Public Comment

The City of Boise is actively working on creating a city for everyone. To ensure that the city's resources, programs and services are accessible for people with disabilities and to provide equal opportunity and meaningful access to all, the ADA Transition Plan outlines strategies and goals to remove barriers over time.

Resident input and collaboration are key to creating a city that serves current and future Boiseans. We're seeking your feedback, which will be reviewed by the city's Community Accessibility Manager and help guide the future of accessibility in Boise.

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