Barrier Free Mobility Plan
Posted on 07/25/2020
ADA Wheelchair

Renton's Plan for Barrier-Free Mobility – ADA Transition

The City of Renton is working towards barrier-free mobility in the city and you can help!

  • Visit our online open house to learn more about the ADA transition plan project.

  • Take our online survey in English or Spanish to provide feedback on your experiences in the city and volunteer for future engagement.


  • Use our online reporting tool to identify and report specific barriers when you're out in the community via your mobile phone or tablet.

  • If you have questions, email us at email [email protected]. For TTY dial 771.

  • You can also contact the City of Renton Project Manager: Vangie P. Garcia, Transportation Planning and Programming Manager Public Works Transportations Systems at 425-430-7319.

  • If you wish to make a reasonable request for accommodations please contact City of Renton ADA Coordinator Kelsey Ternes at 425-430-7669.

  • Return to this city resource page regarding ADA and Title II for information updates about the City's policies on accessibility and non-discrimination.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in Public Rights of Way

The City of Renton is updating a plan for how they identify, prioritize and remove barriers, specifically for those with disabilities. We need your help to identify where those barriers exist.

This plan, known as an ADA Transition Plan, provides an opportunity for the city to review its programs, activities, and services to identify barriers and changes that are needed for individuals with disabilities to fully participate in civic life. It will be used to update the city’s existing ADA Transition Plan guiding planning and implementation of necessary accessibility improvements.

This plan is guided by Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, which prohibits all state and local governments from discriminating on the basis of disability. Specifically, this effort is focused on pedestrian facilities in public Rights-of-Way including curb ramps, crosswalks, and sidewalks. The update will be developed over the year with a published plan by the end of the year.

To provide feedback, or learn more about the plan visit the project page or email us at [email protected]. For TTY dial 771.

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