ADA Survey & Information
In keeping with its ongoing efforts to serve all members of the public, the City of Murrieta is updating its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) self-evaluation and transition plan. The accessibility plan provides a comprehensive guide for accessibility for those with disabilities to City facilities, programs, services, activities, and events.
City Seeks Input on ADA Efforts
The City of Murrieta is seeking input from both the community and organizations assisting persons with disabilities. This feedback will assist in addressing and prioritizing current and future accessibility needs.
These comments and opinions are important to the City and will provide valuable information regarding how the City can better serve the community.
Community and organization surveys now being accepted!
The City is currently collecting survey input from the general public and also from organizations that serve those with disabilities.
Surveys for the public and for organizations are available from the City’s ADA Coordinator (details below) and at the following websites until Monday, May 23 at 5:30 p.m.:
Please contact ADA Coordinator Mike McGhee (full contact information below) if you have questions or comments or would like to request a survey in an alternate format.
Information regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act can be obtained from the ADA Coordinator.
Individuals can also send an email or call the ADA Coordinator with comments and suggestions without completing a survey.
Traffic Signal Pedestrian Safety Input
Murrieta has more than 100 traffic signals throughout the city. To request that an audible pedestrian signal be added to a crosswalk within the city limits, please contact the City of Murrieta's Traffic Division.
Contact Traffic Engineer Brian Stephenson at [email protected] or (951) 461-6239.
Resources for Those with Disabilities
The City of Murrieta maintains a Disability Resource Center to provide support to individuals who are temporarily and permanently disabled by helping them retain and/or become part of their community to the fullest extent of their physical and mental capabilities. The City of Murrieta believes that all people, regardless of their ability or disability, should have the opportunity to experience the rich rewards of daily living. Please visit the resource center page for more information.
More Information on the Americans with Disabilities Act
The City has additional information regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act and filing an Americans with Disabilities Act grievance that can be found here.