ADA Accessibility Survey

In September 2020, the City of Boise developed and distributed a community survey to further understand accessibility throughout the city of Boise.

The purpose of this survey was to offer community members and stakeholders an initial opportunity to record their experience accessing city buildings, parks, sidewalks, programs and activities. With these results, the City of Boise has evaluated city-owned facilities to ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), developed an ADA Transition Plan and working to become barrier-free. This survey provides understanding to feedback from the community that will assist in the prioritization and implementation of improvements.

man sitting in wheelchair looking at plaque while strolling through wilderness pathway

The survey was distributed through the following:

  • Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired (I C B V I)
  • City of Boise’s Accessible Parking Committee (APC)
  • Northwest A D A Center - Idaho
  • Idaho Council for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • Department of Health & Welfare
  • Idaho Fair Housing Council
  • Idaho Human Rights Commission
  • Idaho Council for Intellectual Disabilities
  • Center on Disabilities and Human Development
  • Idaho Vocational Rehab
  • Life – A Center for Independent Living
  • Internal City of Boise stakeholders
  • City of Boise’s AdVenture Program’s 1000+ person newsletter distribution list
  • Various ADA advocates and professionals in the community
  • Statewide Disability groups for visitors to Boise
  • “In the Know” City of Boise community newsletter

Survey Results

Community Accessibility Survey

Accessibility Self Evaluation

Public Works Self Evaluation

Non Pilot Department Self Evaluation

Pilot Department Self Evaluation

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