ADA Self Evaluation and Transition Plan
2023 City of Lake Stevens ADA Transition Plan
The City of Lake Stevens is committed to providing equal access to its public programs, rights-of-way, services, facilities, and activities for all citizens including those with disabilities.
In March 2023, the City published the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan in compliance with federal and state law.
- self-evaluated public facilities
- identified obstacles or barriers that limit accessibility
- developed a transition plan and schedule that identifies steps to take to remove the obstacles
- indicated the official responsible for implementation of the plan
The self-evaluation and physical inventory of pedestrian facilities included:
- 2,679 sidewalk segments, totaling approximately 137 miles
- 3,095 curb ramps
- 97 signal pushbuttons
The self-evaluation also included an assessment of practices, policies, and procedures that relate to the planning, design, and construction of these facilities.
Removing all ADA noncompliant features and barriers is an undertaking that will take many years to achieve. This plan identifies priorities and recommendations that the City can implement over time to achieve an ADA-compliant public right-of-way. The removal costs for all non-compliant assets within the public right-of-way is estimated to be $37,628,000 (in 2023 dollars).
The City is committed to removing these barriers and will implement projects to remove barriers identified in this plan. In addition, the City is continually working towards maintaining ADA compliance for all future capital improvement projects, permitted development, and any other construction project that impacts access to public programs.
2015 Sidewalk ADA Transition Plan
ADA transition planning in accordance with Title II is not a foreign topic for the City of Lake Stevens. In fact, the City completed a Sidewalk ADA Transition Plan in 2015 which included the following:
- An inventory of curb ramps
- Policy statement for ADA compliance
- Established priority route criteria
- Documented project costs
- A process for review of Technically Infeasible Locations
Technically Infeasible Curb Ramps
Staff Contact Information
|For questions regarding the ADA Transition Plan or access to City services, programs or activities, or risk issues, please contact: |
City of Lake Stevens ADA Coordinator
Maximillian Roth, Risk Manager
P.O. Box 257
Lake Stevens, WA 98258
Other ADA Resources
Complaints that a program, service, or activity of the City of Lake Stevens is not accessible to persons with disabilities should be directed to Maximillian Roth, ADA Coordinator, at 425-622-9440 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grievances or complaints may also be filed using the ADA Grievance/Complaint Form.
ADA Accommodation Request
If you need to make a reasonable accommodation request, please complete the ADA Accommodation Request Form.