Americans with Disabilities
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)/Accessibility
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in several important areas, including employment, transportation, public accommodations, communications, and access to state and local government programs and services.

The City of Placerville does not discriminate on the basis of disability in its programs, services, activities and employment practices.  If you need auxiliary aids and services for effective communication (such as a sign language interpreter, an assistive listening device or print material in digital format) or a reasonable modification in programs, services or activities contact the ADA Coordinator as soon as possible, preferably 21 days before the activity or event.

A grievance procedure is available to resolve complaints, please see these links:  ADA Grievance Procedures and ADA Grievance Form

Upon request, this notice is available in alternative formats such as large print or Braille.

City of Placerville ADA Coordinator
Melissa McConnell, Interim City Engineer
Engineering Department 
3101 Center Street, 3rd Floor
Placerville, CA 95667
Ph:  (530) 642-5250

Current City Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan

Informational video on how the ADA changed the Built World

The City of Placerville is committed to achieving full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and does not: 
- Deny the benefits of city programs, services, and activities to qualified individuals with a disability, on the basis of disability.
- Discriminate on the basis of disability in access to or provision of programs, services, activities of the City, or application for employment or employment to qualified individuals with disabilities.  
- Provide separate, unequal, or different programs, services, or activities, unless the separate or different programs are necessary to ensure that the benefits and services are equally effective.

Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan

The City's most recent update to its Transition Plan was completed in 2007, which can be found here.
The City is currently in the process of performing an updated self-evaluation and transition plan, which is expected to be completed in 2024.