Americans with Disabilities Act Information

ADA Public and Organization Survey - Open through February 16, 2020

ADA Public Input Survey

The County of Nevada is in the process of updating its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Self-evaluation and Transition Plan. As part of this process, the County is asking for your input by completing this questionnaire which addresses accessibility of programs, services, and activities offered to the public.

The purpose of this survey is to gather information on how County department and division programs or services are, or are not, accessible to persons with disabilities. The goal is that when each program, service or activity is viewed in its entirety, it is readily accessible to and usable by persons with disabilities.

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ADA Survey for Organizations Representing Individuals with Disabilities

Please complete the survey regarding programs, services and resources your organization provides for persons with disabilities in the County of Nevada. Your input will assist the County of Nevada to evaluate its services and priorities for accessibility.

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On July 26, 1990 the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law.
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This legislation, together with the provisions of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability by public entities in the provision of services, programs and activities. In April of 2000, the County of Nevada Board of Supervisors adopted Resolution 00190 pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act to ensure that access to services, programs and activities is provided to all persons.

ADA Law & Nevada County

It is the policy of the County of Nevada that all County services, programs, meetings, activities, and facilities shall be accessible to all persons. To access a particular County department via a TTY/TDD device, dial 711 and input the phone number listed on the departments home page. In addition, contractors providing direct County contracted services to the public shall certify that their contracted services are accessible to all persons.


For more information, contact Nick Poole, ADA Accessibility Coordinator.

ADA Documents