Hear from a panel of local mobility advocates

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Accessibility Panel (Virtual) America/Denver <p class="address" translate="no"><span class="locality">Boulder</span>, <span class="administrative-area">CO</span><br> <span class="country">United States</span></p> MM/DD/YYYY CONFIRMED OPAQUE


The Accessibility Panel is July 29 (today!) at 12pm. Use this link to join the virtual meeting.

Join City of Boulder staff and local mobility advocacy representatives for a virtual lunchtime Accessibility Panel to discuss takeaways from the city's Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Self-Evaluation and next steps for developing the ADA Transition Plan. Following the panel, there will be time for audience Q&A.

Panelists include:

  • Craig Towler, Community Organizer, Center for People With Disabilities (CPWD)
  • Eden Bailey, Senior Services Manager, City of Boulder Housing & Human Services
  • Jenny Godwin, City of Boulder Accessible Boulder Project Manager and Transportation Planner
  • Topher Downham, Education & Outreach Coordinator, City of Boulder Open Space & Mountain Parks (OSMP)

The ADA Self-Evaluation & Transition Plan is a project to ensure the accessibility of the city's transportation system for all mobility levels. The ADA Self-Evaluation assessed how well the city’s transportation system plus related policies/programs comply with the ADA. The plan seeks to identify barriers and opportunities for improvement. The ADA Transition Plan will prioritize, plan and draft a schedule to make identified improvements.

These efforts are part of the city's larger Accessible Boulder project.

To learn more or review the ADA Self-Evaluation Executive Summary prior to the panel, please visit bit.ly/BHB-ADA.