Garden Grove invites community members to participate in accessibility survey

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the City is developing a 25-year Public Accessibility Transition Plan. An online survey has been created to help the City in the development stage. The community is encouraged to fill out the online survey available in English, Spanish and Vietnamese, by Friday, January 31, 2020. The survey can be accessed from the City’s website at ggcity.org or directly at ggcity.org/pw/accessibility-survey.

The City would like to hear from local residents and visitors, with or without disabilities, who access City-owned and operated facilities, programs and services. The information provided will help guide the City in developing a plan that will suggest remedies to accessibility barriers; provide cost analysis; and create project scheduling.

Community meetings will be held in 2020. Dates, times, and locations will be posted at ggcity.org next year.

Enacted in 1990, the ADA protects Americans with disabilities from discrimination. Ensuring a higher quality of life for individuals with disabilities, state and local government must provide an equal opportunity to services, including access to public buildings and participation in programs and activities.

For more information, contact Phil Carter, Public Works Department, at 714-741-5380.

The article above was released by the City of Garden Grove.

2 Comments

  1. I will be more than happy to take a survey about anything that will help my community make the proper decisions for the betterment of our community!

  2. This is great! I have been a resident since 1955, being raised, lived here during some of my adult years and still own a home in GG. I am currently on a ADA status and this is something I really support. I come to GG frequently to visit my son and his family as they live here.

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