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The project logo ADA Transition Plan Public Survey

The Town of Wendell is conducting an Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan in order to ensure inclusion and access for people with disabilities. Your feedback will help us develop an ADA Transition Plan that will guide the planning of future improvements. The Town of Wendell welcomes public comments regarding accessibility of facilities, services, and programs. In response to COVID-19, direct public comments are accepted via email and through direct mail to the addresses listed at the end of the survey.

How would you rank the overall accessibility of the Town of Wendell's sidewalks, crosswalks, or other public walkways?
Very Good
Good
Neutral
Poor
Very Poor
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What is your highest priority to improve pedestrian access within the Town of Wendell? Click to drag options from highest to lowest priority.
What pedestrian facilities do you think require the most improvements? Select one.
Sidewalks
Crosswalks
Curb Ramps
Pedestrian Signals
Other
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What barriers do you think are limiting access the most? Select one.
Old Infrastructure
Lack of Infrastructure
Incorrect Materials/Markings
Other
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Please select any specific areas that you feel are barriers to accessibility.
What suggestions do you have to help with ADA sensitivity and awareness?
I am or am related to an individual that has functional needs or disabilities affecting (select all that apply):
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Tell us where you reside in Wendell.
What is your age?
Under 18
18-25
26-35
36-45
46-55
56-65
66-75
Over 75
Prefer not to answer
Select a response

All responses must be received by Friday, April 30, 2021.  Please submit direct public comments to:  Debbie Cannady, ADA Coordinator, Town of Wendell, 15 East Fourth Street, Wendell, NC 27591, by email to [email protected], or by phone at 919-366-6895.