1. City of Mill Valley Community Survey

The City of Mill Valley is gathering information to update the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan. We would appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to answer the following questions:

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* 1. What best describes you?

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* 2. Overall, how would you rate the current level of accessibility to city buildings?

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* 3. Overall, how would you rate the current level of accessibility to city park facilities?

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* 4. Overall, how would you rate the current level of accessibility to city sidewalks?

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* 5. Please list any specific buildings or facilities which you have accessibility concerns and describe the nature of the concern:

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* 6. Please list any specific parks which you have accessibility concerns and describe the nature of the concern:

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* 7. Please list any specific curb, sidewalk or crossing locations where you have accessibility concerns and describe the nature of the concern:

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* 8. If the city were to make accessibility improvements to curbs and sidewalks, how would you rank the following priorities?

  Highest Priority High Priority Medium Priority Lower Priority Lowest Priority
Commercial Areas
City Facilities
Bus Stops
Schools
Residential Areas

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* 9. If the city were to construct, replace or retrofit curb ramps how would you rank the following priorities?

  Highest Priority High Priority Medium Priority Lower Priority Lowest Priority
Installing ramps at locations without curb ramps.
Replacing existing ramps that are too steep or unsafe.
Adding ramps to pedestrian crossings where one or more ramps are missing.
Installing detectable warnings (raised truncated domes).
Retrofitting existing ramps that deviate slightly from current standards but are otherwise safe.

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* 10. Are you familiar with Accessible Pedestrian Signals (signals that provide audible information that help individuals with visual impairments cross the street)?

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* 11. Are there any specific locations where you believe accessible pedestrian signals would be helpful to cross streets?

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* 12. How would you rate the current availability of accessible on-street parking?

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* 13. Are there any specific locations where you believe accessible on-street parking should be provided?

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* 14. If you experience accessibility problems with city sidewalks, facilities or city programs, are you aware of who in the city to contact?

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* 15. Are you now, or were you ever unable to participate, access information or obtain city services due to any of the following circumstances?

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* 16. If you answered yes to the question above, please describe the situation and circumstances:

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* 17. Do you have any additional comments or concerns?

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* 18. If the city were to hold a meeting to discuss and/or prioritize accessibility improvements would you be interested in participating?

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* 19. May we contact you if we have further questions?

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* 20. Please provide your contact information (optional):

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