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ADA Transition Plan

The Auburn Engineering Department is leading the American Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan, which is mandated by the federal government and set for all U.S. cities. It includes:

  • Inventory of all city sidewalks and ramps for non-compliance. In 2012, the Engineering Department completed the inventory task, which totaled 85 miles of sidewalks and ramps, and then identified and mapped those sidewalks and ramps that didn't meet current ADA guidelines.
  • Multi-year plan for reconstructing ramps that are non-compliant.
  • Public meetings held to solicit input for prioritizing non-compliant ramp reconstruction.
  • More information about the ADA Transition Plan will be posted in coming months.

ADA public notices and grievance forms are listed on the News and Public Notices page.

ADA Transition Downloads


Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan [7.2MB PDF]
ADA Grievance Form [174KB PDF]
ADA Region Inventory Maps & Inventory Database for Public Right of Way Facilities [5.4MB PDF]
Buildings and Facilities Assessments [1.3MB PDF]

 
 
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Alerts

Taxpayers have the ability to view budget notices in one central online location at BudgetNotices.IN.Gov. A new email subscription option is provided to taxpayers to stay informed of submissions by their local units. Taxpayers will be able to view all local government units in DeKalb county, search by their address, or use an interactive map tool. This website has been designed to promote the importance of budget notices and the role that they play in the daily lives of Indiana taxpayers. Taxpayers that do not have Internet access or have difficulties with the website may contact the Indiana Department of Local Government Finance at (888) 739-9826 and request a paper copy of the notices for their local government units.


 

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