Public Works ADA Transition Plan

The City of Fridley is committed to breaking down barriers for residents and to be a fair, inclusive and equitable community in its practices, programs and services. 

The Engineering division has prepared a American Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition plan to guide its efforts to ensure pedestrian facilities located within the city's public right-of-way meet the accessibility of all residents. 

Seniors biking with accessible bike models

What is the transition plan?

As required by Title II of the American Disabilities Act (ADA) and 28 CFR 35.105, the City of Fridley has conducted a self-evaluation of its facilities throughout the city and has developed a transition plan detailing how the organization will ensure that all of its facilities are accessible to all individuals. 

The plan will be used to maintain, program and construct accessible pedestrian facilities in the right-of-way. It provides an inventory of pedestrian ramps that fall under city jurisdiction for ownership and maintenance. 

ADA Transition Plan Public Meeting

A public meeting was held on January 16, 2019. If you missed this information session, you can view the presentation here.

How do I review the plan and provide input?

The full plan is already available on our website as a readable and searchable PDF. You can also request a paper copy of the plan by calling 763-238-8086, emailing or stopping in to City Hall. 

View the draft ADA transition plan

Input can be provided by filling out an online comment card. The information will be submitted to our Engineering staff for review. 

Report a grievance

Grievances or concerns can be submitted through our online form, downloadable paper form (PDF) or to the city's ADA Title II Coordinator.

The City of Fridley has identified an ADA Title II Coordinator to oversee the Public Works department policies and procedures:

Brandon Brodhag, Civil Engineer