ADA Transition Plan

City Seeks Your Input As It Updates Its ADA Transition Plan

Your input is needed to update Brea’s ADA Transition Plan. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects individuals from discrimination on the basis of disability. Part of the Act also requires local governments to make their facilities, programs and services accessible to persons with disabilities. To ensure that, public entities are required to complete a self-evaluation, along with receiving input from the public, to determine whether they are in compliance with ADA standards and regulations. Once completed, the City’s Transition Plan will include steps needed to reach ADA compliance over the next 25 years.

Give your input, take the survey! 

Complete the Accessibility Public Survey online, now through January 31, to provide your input. Paper forms are also available at the Brea Senior Center, Brea Community Center and the Brea Civic & Cultural Center.

Attend the Community Meeting! 

Thursday, February 28 at 6 p.m.
Community Rooms A&B in the Civic & Cultural Center
Join us for a public meeting to discuss and provide comments on the City’s draft ADA Transition Plan.