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Help Make Portland Accessible For All – ADA Title II Transition Plan

In an effort to make all City of Portland facilities and programs accessible to all, the City has embarked on a comprehensive Transition Plan process. The Plan identifies barriers which impede access to City facilities that are open to the public.
City facilities were surveyed based on compliance with the current 2010 ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act) standards and include: identifying barriers, categorizing barriers (understanding which barrier removal will have the greatest access to a facility), and scheduling the removal of these barriers.
The City’s ADA Title II Transition Plan team surveyed 342 unique facilities, identified roughly 25,000 individual barriers, and has scheduled their removal over time.
A key element of this project is to engage the public and encourage public comment on the draft Transition Plan. There are several ways to get more information and provide comments:

For more information, please contact David Galat: mailto:david.galat@portlandoregon.gov • (503) 823-4072.

To help ensure equal access to City programs, services and activities, the City of Portland will provide translation, reasonably modify policies/procedures and provide auxiliary aids/services/alternative formats to persons with disabilities. For accommodations, translations, complaints, and additional information, contact (503) 823-4072, use City TTY 503-823-6868, or use Oregon Relay Service: 711.

 

Creating an Age-Friendly Portland One Neighborhood at a Time

In late July, the Lloyd District took a giant step in becoming Age-Friendly. With an amazing collaboration between GoLloyd, ecoLloyd District and the Lloyd District Community Association along with the generosity of Pacifica Calaroga Terrace as our host, Elders in Action trained a group of 18 volunteers to provide feedback to businesses about how they engage the older adult customer.

One week after the training they reconvened to try out their new knowledge by visiting thirteen local businesses that requested information and feedback about ways to enhance their engagement with older adults. Each team, led by an experienced Elders in Action Age-Friendly volunteer, gave everyone the opportunity

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to learn more about the benefits of being an Age-Friendly business and community.Every business received an Age-Friendly tip sheet and by the end of the day we saw our first business take action on the recommendations. (For a complete list of the participating businesses click here.)

AFLD 8We congratulate each of the businesses for their participation and thank our partners and volunteers for participating in this important project. Portland will see the number of people over 60 increase by more than 50% by 2025.

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This will impact all aspects of a neighborhood including the businesses. By becoming an Age-Friendly Business you are helping create a place in which we can all actively participate regardless of age.

If you would like to become an Age-Friendly Business Evaluator, or have your business district evaluated then email Mark Noonan or call 503-235-5474 for more information.

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