City of Evanston Seeks Community Input Towards ADA Transition Plan Update.
The Accessibility is Freedom: ADA Transition Plan Update will create a blueprint for Evanston to enhance accessibility throughout its parks, municipal facilities, sidewalks and intersections, and programs and services well into the next decade. The process will ensure everyone in the community—no matter their ability—can fully navigate Evanston’s public spaces and activities.
As a part of the City’s Accessibility is Freedom: ADA Transition Plan Update, community members are encouraged to share their visions for a more accessible Evanston by completing this online survey available through Saturday, December 18.
Survey responses will help the City identify accessibility gaps, its most used facilities and parks, and ways to enhance accessibility for all.
The project website also features materials from the most recent community workshop held at the Levy Senior Center on November 18. Visitors can click accompanying audio clips to go through the materials in both English and Spanish.
For more information, visit the website or call/text 847-448-4311.
For convenience, residents may simply dial 3-1-1 in Evanston.