ADA Transition Plan and Self Evaluation

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ADA Transition Plan, Self Evaluation, and Grievance Procedures

2016 Kings County ADA Grievance Form
2016 Kings County ADA Grievance Form (RTF)
2016 Kings County ADA Grievance Procedure
2016 Kings County ADA Grievance Procedure (RTF)
2016 Kings County Notice of ADA Compliance
2016 Kings County Notice of ADA Compliance (RTF)
County of Kings ADA Transition Plan Executive Summary
Kings County ADA Self-Evaluation
Transition Plan Section A - Facilities Part 1
Transition Plan Section A - Facilities Part 2
Transition Plan Section A - Facilities Part 3
Transition Plan Section B - Midblocks
Transition Plan Section C - Curb Ramps
Transition Plan Section D - Pedestrian Signals

ADA Accommodations

Americans with Disabilities Act Accommodations

For Persons With Disabilities:

Under state and federal law, no qualified individual with a disability shall, by reason of such disability, be excluded from participation in or be denied benefits of services, programs, or activities of a public entity, or be subjected to discrimination by any such entity. The County of Kings is committed to ensuring that all qualified individuals with disabilities have equal and full access to the County's services, programs, and activities. If special accommodation is needed, the County may provide aids and services, like assistive listening devices. If you require an accommodation, please write, call, or visit the County offices to let us know what you need. Please do this at least 10 days before your request needs to be fulfilled to allow adequate time for assistance to be provided. The County cannot make accommodations that would change the nature of our services, activities, or programs, or that would cause undue financial or administrative burdens. The law does not require the County to make these kinds of changes.

Write us at: Kings County, 1400 W Lacey Blvd., Hanford, CA 93230
Visit us at: 1400 W Lacey Blvd., Hanford, CA 

If you require the use of a screen reader, we recommend NVDA