Accessibility survey offered to public to assist City of Sarasota staff in updating ADA transition plan

Survey open through Jan. 15

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“In keeping with its ongoing efforts to serve all members of the public,” the City of Sarasota is seeking comments about accessibility in the community, via an online survey that has been made available, the city has announced.

Staff is updating the city’s “Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) transition plan and self-evaluation, which provides a comprehensive plan for accessibility for persons with disabilities to City facilities, programs, services, activities and events,” the release explains.

“The feedback we receive in the survey will give us valuable information on how the City can better serve persons with disabilities and address and prioritize current and future accessibility needs,” said ADA Coordinator Gary Brumley in the release.

The online survey will be open through Jan. 15, 2022, the release notes. Comments and suggestions also can be provided by phone at 941-264-6299, via TTY through Florida Relay at 7-1-1, or by emailing, the release says.

Further, the city will host an open house at 6 p.m. on Jan. 12, 2022 at the Robert L. Taylor Community Complex, which stands at 1845 34th St. Members of the public may offer comments in person at that event, the release adds.

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