ADA Plan

ADA Transition Plan


The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), enacted on July 26, 1990, is a civil rights law prohibiting discrimination against individuals on the basis of disability. Title II of the ADA pertains to programs, activities and services public entities provide. As a provider of public transportation services and programs, local agencies must comply with this section of the Act as it specifically applies to local public service agencies and local transportation agencies. The City of Coon Rapids has an ADA Transition plan to comply with Federal law and to continue to receive federal funding for transportation projects in the future. 

Read the ADA Transition Plan Here

Grievance Procedure 


Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, each agency is required to publish its responsibilities in regards to the ADA. A draft of this public notice is provided in Appendix D of the ADA Transition Plan listed above. If users of City facilities and services believe the City has not provided reasonable accommodation, they have the right to file a grievance. 

In accordance with 28 CFR 35.107(b), the City has developed a grievance procedure for the purpose of the prompt and equitable resolution of citizens’ complaints, concerns, comments, and other grievances. 

To file a grievance, please fill out the online form located here which will be automatically emailed to our City Clerk.

If you prefer to use a paper form, fill out the PDF form here which will then need to be emailed or mailed to City Hall.