ADA Information

Napa County is developing an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan that supports the County in fulfilling the requirements set forth in title II of the ADA. The ADA states that a public entity must reasonably modify its policies, practices, or procedures to avoid discrimination against people with disabilities. This plan assists the County in identifying policy, program, and physical barriers to accessibility and guides the County in developing barrier removal solutions to facilitate the opportunity of access to all individuals. 

ADA Coordination & Management

As required by the ADA, Napa County has designated an ADA Coordinator to oversee the implementation of the transition plan. Department liaisons will be identified to work with the ADA Coordinator in tracking and monitoring the implementation of the plan. 

Transition Plan Comment Period

The Public Review Draft of the ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan is now available for public comment. In addition to the downloadable PDF available here, the document is available for review in print at the County’s Library branches (American Canyon, Calistoga, Napa, and Yountville), and the Clerk of the Board’s office at 1195 3rd Street, Suite 310 in Napa.

The public comment period ends at 5 p.m. on July 19, 2019.

How to submit comments:

By email:

By mail: 
David Peters, ADA Coordinator
1195 Third Street, Suite B-20
Napa, CA 94559

By telephone: 
telecommunication relay service: 711 

By comment card:
You may submit your comment card to the reception desk at the County Libraries or Clerk of the Board office.