OC Public Works is actively engaging with Orange County’s unincorporated communities regarding the development of its ADA Transition Plan. The final plan will identify future improvement opportunities to reduce accessibility barriers and challenges that our residents face at sidewalks, curb ramps, and pedestrian push buttons.
The OC Infrastructure Programs team is working to connect with residents through presentations and booth stands at local community events. The County is asking us to complete the survey on the interactive map provided by clicking the red button on this page.
The PowerPoint presentation that provides further information on the ADA Transition Plan is available to download from this page as well.
If you have any questions regarding the County’s efforts, please contact:
Office: (714) 667-1607
Cell: (657) 253-2577
Please take the survey below and share your experiences with sidewalk accessibility and safety here in Rossmoor. Click the button below
I’d like it if someone would stop parents from parking on the curbs so pedestrians can use the ramps that are there. When walking my grand kids to school I often can’t cross the street in my wheel chair or with my cane because of the blocked curves. That means walking the kids in the street. NOT SAFE.
That’s a very good point, Carol. Thanks for sharing.
Yes, cars that block access ramps and or block the sidewalk by not pulling into their driveways far enough (or their vehicle it too long to safely clear the sidewalk) make walking and using canes, wheelchairs, and walkers much more difficult, and can be outright dangerous.
Thanks again for bringing this to our awareness.