Access Baytown

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Through Access Baytown, the City of Baytown is committed to providing equitable access to its public programs, services, facilities, and activities for all residents including those with disabilities. The goal is to identify services that are not in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and bring them into compliance.

What is it: Access Baytown is a project spearheaded by the City Manager's Office to ensure the city's transportation infrastructure, facilities, programs and services are in the best condition for all mobility levels. In December 2021, the City selected Accessology Too, LLC to assess and develop an ADA Self Evaluation and Transition Plan.

Why is this important: An ADA Self Evaluation and Transition Plan will include the City of Baytown receiving feedback from the community on pertinent mobility issues that our residents and visitors are facing. Once the evaluation portion is complete, Accessology will provide the City with a transition plan that will guide the city's next steps.

How do I get involved: We need YOUR help assessing city services —such as playgrounds, parks, activities, website, sidewalks, curb ramps, pedestrian signals and crossings, and transit stops—comply with the ADA. With community support and feedback, the City of Baytown will work to remove accessibility barriers to city services. The plan will be approved by City Council.

Through Access Baytown, the City of Baytown is committed to providing equitable access to its public programs, services, facilities, and activities for all residents including those with disabilities. The goal is to identify services that are not in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and bring them into compliance.

What is it: Access Baytown is a project spearheaded by the City Manager's Office to ensure the city's transportation infrastructure, facilities, programs and services are in the best condition for all mobility levels. In December 2021, the City selected Accessology Too, LLC to assess and develop an ADA Self Evaluation and Transition Plan.

Why is this important: An ADA Self Evaluation and Transition Plan will include the City of Baytown receiving feedback from the community on pertinent mobility issues that our residents and visitors are facing. Once the evaluation portion is complete, Accessology will provide the City with a transition plan that will guide the city's next steps.

How do I get involved: We need YOUR help assessing city services —such as playgrounds, parks, activities, website, sidewalks, curb ramps, pedestrian signals and crossings, and transit stops—comply with the ADA. With community support and feedback, the City of Baytown will work to remove accessibility barriers to city services. The plan will be approved by City Council.

Page last updated: 26 Oct 2022, 07:59 AM