City of La Crosse seeks input for accessibility needs

LA CROSSE (WKBT) — The City of La Crosse wants residents’ input on accessibility needs.

Officials are directing residents to a public outreach survey that serves as the next step in the city’s ADA Transition Plan. The city says they are evaluating all city-owned buildings, parks, programs, and services to ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, develop an ADA Transition Plan, and become a barrier-free, fully accessible community.

The purpose of the survey is to record experiences using the City of La Crosse’s facilities and programs. You can find that survey here. The survey remains open until Aug. 5.

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