ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan

Have an idea about how to make Marysville’s public right-of-way more accessible to people with limited mobility, vision, hearing or cognitive disabilities? Let us know!

Online survey

Take our 5-minute online survey to let us know where you experience physical barriers in public right-of-way. The survey will close at 11:59 p.m. on March 22, 2020.

Public Workshop

Wednesday, March 4, 2020
6-7:30 p.m.
Marysville Public Library
6120 Grove St.
Marysville 98270

We especially want to hear from:

  • Individuals with disabilities
  • Senior citizens
  • Individuals who encounter accessibility barriers such as parents, family members, friends or individuals with disabilities
  • Members of groups that provide services or transportation to individuals with disabilties
  • Individuals with experience and knowledge of ADA planning and requirements
  • Interested Marysville residents.

Project Description

The City of Marysville is committed to providing equal access to its public programs, services, facilities, and activities for all citizens including those with disabilities. To achieve this end, the City is developing an ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan for the public right-of-way in compliance with federal and state law. To reach full compliance, the City intends to perform a self-evaluation of City facilities (buildings and parks) and City programs, services or activities within the next 2 to 3 years.

The City of Marysville’s ADA notice provides more information on the precedent for ADA compliance and the City’s legal responsibilities.

To satisfy the requirements set forth by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973,Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (CFR 28 Part 35), and WSDOT Local Agency Guidelines Manual (Chapter 29), this ADA Transition Plan intends to: 

  • identify physical and communicative barriers in the City of Marysville’s public right-of-way that limit the accessibility to individuals with disabilities;
  • describe the methods to be used to make the public right-of-way accessible;
  • provide a schedule for making necessary modifications to provide better access and achieve compliance; and
  • identify the public officials responsible for implementation of the plan.

Project Schedule

The City of Marysville has contracted civil engineering firm Transportation Solutions Inc. to complete the citywide ADA Transition Plan by June 20, 2020.

Summer 2019
  • Project Kickoff
  • Reviewed/updated roles and responsibilities of City ADA Coordinator, the City’s Grievance Policy and Procedure and Accessible Pushbutton Signal Policy.
Fall 2019
  • Reviewed 6-Year Transportation Improvement Projects, 6-Year Capital Facilities Projects, Long-Range Improvement Projects and Pavement Management System plans for future integration with ADA upgrades.
  • Developed and refined barrier removal prioritization criteria based on input from city staff, members of the ADA community and stakeholders.
Winter 2020
  • Compile filed data inventory and present existing compliance conditions of public right-of-way (PROW) facilities including curb ramps, sidewalks, and accessible pushbutton signals (APS) to city staff.
  • Conduct online public survey and public engagement workshops with Marysville’s ADA community and interested citizens to further identify and prioritize barriers for removal.
Spring 2020
  • Submit Draft ADA Transition Plan and present to Marysville City Council including cost estimates, refined prioritization criteria, and a financing plan.
  • Revise and submit Final ADA Transition Plan based on City Council and public comment.

City Staff Contacts

For questions regarding the ADA Transition Plan described above, please contact:
ADA Transition Plan Project Manager
Kyle Hays, Project Engineer
80 Columbia Ave.
Marysville, WA  98270
For questions related to access to existing City services, programs or activities:
ADA Coordinator
Teri Lester, Human Resources Manager
1015 State Avenue
Marysville, WA  98270

Other ADA Resources:

Request an accommodation

Submit a grievance

For persons with hearing disabilities, please use the Washington State Relay Service by dialing 7-1-1, or 1-800-833-6384.


A Draft ADA Transition Plan is anticipated to be posted here in April 2020. This draft will be available for public comment before a final draft is submitted to the City Council.

Recent/Annual Accomplishments

The City has completed the tasks identified under Project Schedule, included above, for Summer 2019 and Fall 2019.

Currently, the City is preparing for the activities under the Project Schedule for Winter 2020, including the Public Workshop.

Upon acceptance of the ADA Transition Plan by the City Council later in 2020, the City will provide progress updates to demonstrate where barriers to accessibility have been removed from the public right-of-way in accordance with the ADA Transition Plan.

Information updated 3/10/2020