After reviewing Humboldt County’s ADA Compliance Plan and/or ADA Compliance Plan for County Maintained Roads please answer a few questions.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 provides comprehensive civil rights protections to individuals with disabilities in the areas of employment, public accommodations, State and local government services, and telecommunications. A primary goal of the ADA is to ensure equal participation in public life for all Americans with disabilities. Title II of the ADA covers the accessibility of programs, services and activities of public entities, such as those offered by the County of Humboldt.
The County of Humboldt is subject to Title II of the ADA, which addresses all programs, services and activities, and Title I employment activities. To fulfill the ADA mandates under Title II, the County of Humboldt has conducted a Self-Evaluation. The ADA states that public entities must reasonably modify policies, practices, and procedures to protect against discrimination towards individuals with disabilities. Humboldt County’s ADA Compliance Plan will assist the county in identifying policy, program, and architectural barriers to accessibility and provide guidance in developing solutions to remove architectural barriers and ease access to services for all individuals. Humboldt County’s ADA Compliance Plan and ADA Compliance Plan for County Maintained Roads are two separate documents.
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