ADA Transition Plan

Project Overview

An ADA transition plan is one of the federally mandated requirements for state and local governments under Title II of the ADA.

This plan focuses on pedestrian facilities in the Public Right-of-Way including curb ramps, sidewalks, crosswalks, and signal push buttons. Through the development of this plan, the City of Snohomish will inventory existing pedestrian facilities, identify barriers and obstacles which limit accessibility, determine criteria for the prioritization of barrier removal, and set a schedule for the removal of barriers.

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How to get involved

Use the Online Reporting Tool to provide feedback through an online survey as well as identify specific barriers you encounter when you’re out in the community.


You can contact the City of Snohomish project manager for the ADA Transition Plan: Cory Morton, Project Engineer at 360-282-3196 or via email.

Project Schedule

Spring through Winter 2022 – Inventory and Outreach

Summer 2022 through Winter 2023 – Develop Draft and Final Plan