ADA Transition Plan


The Americans Disabilities Act requires state and local governments to ensure access to civic life for all individuals, not only regarding physical accessibility, but also in the delivery of government programs, services, activities, and employment. 

The law requires public entities to conduct a self evaluation of all programs, services and facilities to establish an ADA transition plan addressing structural or programmatic barriers.

The City developed an initial transition plan subsequent to the passage of the ADA, as well as completed a more comprehensive survey of City-owned public buildings and parks in 2017. 

In order to meet the statutory requirements, the City released a Request for Proposals (RFP) and selected Bureau Veritas Technical Assessments as the consultant to provide a comprehensive Citywide evaluation of accessibility compliance for City parks and buildings, public right-of-way facilities, City policies and practices, and an updated ADA transition plan.

We want to hear from you!

The City of Chino is currently gathering input from our community for the development of the ADA Transition Plan. Your input on the accessibility of our city is important and helps prioritize areas to ensure you and the rest of Chino’s residents can enjoy the full benefits of the programs, services and activities the city has to offer.

Please complete the City of Chino Accessibility Survey to provide your valuable feedback.

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ADA Transition Plan Timeline

Milestone Date Description
ADA Transition Plan Update Initiated January 2023 Project kickoff meetings held with consultant and accessibility compliance team
Buildings & Parks Survey Winter/ Spring 2023 Conduct field inspections of City-owned buildings and parks as part of self-evaluation.
Public Right-of-Way Survey Spring - Fall 2023 Conduct field inspection of public pedestrian facilities in the right-of-way as part of self-evaluation.