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ADA/504 Self-evaluation and Transition Plan update

In keeping with its ongoing efforts to serve all members of the public, the Mount Shasta Recreation and Parks District is updating its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) self-evaluation and transition plan. The accessibility plan provides a comprehensive plan for accessibility for persons with disabilities to District facilities, programs, services, activities and events.

The District is seeking input from the community and organizations assisting persons with disabilities. Your feedback will assist in addressing and prioritizing current and future accessibility needs. Your comments and opinions are important to us and will provide valuable information regarding how the District can better serve persons with disabilities.

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Survey for the Public: ADA Public Input Survey 

Survey for Organizations representing individuals with disabilities: Survey for Organizations

If you would prefer to print a hard copy of these surveys, download the following and return to the District ADA/504 Coordinator by May 6, 2022.

Hard Copy ADA Survey for Public Input.docxHard Copy ADA Survey for Organizations.docx

 

You can also send an email or call the ADA/504 Coordinator with your comments and suggestions without completing a survey.

Shannon Shaw, ADA/504 Coordinator
Mount Shasta Recreation and Parks District
1315 Nixon Rd.
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
Phone: (530) 926-2494
TTY through California Relay at: 7-1-1
shannon@msrec.org

Please contact Shannon Shaw, ADA/504 Coordinator, if you have questions or comments or would like to request a survey in an alternate format.
Information regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act can be obtained from the ADA Coordinator.

The Mount Shasta Recreation and Parks District complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Public Law 101-336, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability.

The Mount Shasta Recreation and Parks District will not place a surcharge on a particular individual with a disability or any group of individuals with disabilities to cover the cost of providing auxiliary aids/services or reasonable modifications of policy.