Millcreek Township, Pennsylvania

American's with Disabilities Act of 1990

Transition Plan -- Facility Improvements and Curb Ramp Schedule

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Final Report 

October __, 2017


 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Page

1.   Purpose. 1

2.   Statement Of Accessibility. 1

3.   The ADA, Program Accessibility, And Transition Planning. 1

4.   Guiding Principles Followed By Millcreek. 2

5.   Millcreek Township's Services, Programs, And Activities. 4

6.   Millcreek Township's Facility Survey. 5

7.   Physical Obstacles That Limit Program Accessibility, Planned Improvements
To Achieve Program Accessibility, Schedule For Implementation Of Planned
Improvements, And List of Completed Improvements
. 7

a.      Asbury Barn/Park, 4106 Asbury Road. 7

b.      Belle Valley Park, 5300 Henderson Road. 9

c.      Belle Valley Pool, 5300 Henderson Road. 12

d.      Bridger Park, Old Zimmerly Road. 12

e.      Erie Golf Course, 6050 Old Zuck Road. 12

f.       Millcreek Golf and Learning Center, 3100 West 17th Street 13

g.      Highland Park, West 22nd Street 14

h.      Lakewood Park, West 10th Street and Oakmont Avenue. 15

i.       Millcreek Township Municipal Building, 3608 West 26th Street 15

j.       Scott Park, West 6th and Lowell Avenue. 18

k.      Veterans Park, Love Road and Zimmerly Road. 19

l.       Walnut Creek/David Long Complex, Thomas Road. 19

m.     Zuck Park, Zuck Road and West Grandview Boulevard. 20

n.      J.S. Wilson Middle School, 901 W. 54th Street*. 21

o.      McDowell Intermediate High School, 3320 Caughey Road*. 22

p.      Westlake Middle School, 4330 W. Lake Road*. 23

8.   Completed Improvements And Work To Eliminate Physical Obstacles And
Achieve Program Accessibility
. 23

a.      Asbury Barn/Park, 4106 Asbury Road. 23

b.      Belle Valley Park, 5300 Henderson Road. 24

c.      Belle Valley Pool, 5300 Henderson Road. 26

d.      Erie Golf Course, 6050 Old Zuck Road. 28

e.      Highland Park, West 22nd Street 29

f.       Millcreek Township Municipal Building, 3608 West 26th Street 29

g.      Millcreek Township Recycling Center, 2301 Millfair Road. 32

h.      Scott Park, West 6th and Lowell Avenue. 32

i.       Veterans Park, Love Road and Zimmerly Road. 32

j.       Walnut Creek/David Long Complex, Thomas Road. 32

k.      Zuck Park, Zuck Road and West Grandview Boulevard. 33

l.       J.S. Wilson Middle School, 901 W. 54th Street 33

m.     McDowell Intermediate High School, 3320 Caughey Road. 34

n.      Westlake Middle School, 4330 W. Lake Road. 37

9.   Curb Ramp Schedule. 37

10. Officials Responsible For Implementing Transition Plan. 38

 

 


1.         Purpose

 

The purpose of this Transition Plan is to have a comprehensive written document that describes the remaining structural changes to facilities that Millcreek Township is undertaking to further the accessibility of each service, program, or activity of the Township.  This Plan has been prepared after careful study of all of the Township's programs, services and activities, and after a comprehensive formal survey, conducted by an outside consultant, of the buildings and parks that are used by Millcreek to offer a service, program or activity.  As required by federal regulations, this Plan also describes the remaining schedule for the Township's provision of curb ramps or other sloped areas where pedestrian walks cross curbs.  This Plan complies with the requirements for transition plans for public entities found in the federal regulations implementing Title II of the American's with Disabilities Act of 1990 ("ADA"). 

 

 

2.         Statement Of Accessibility

 

In accordance with the requirements of Title II of the ADA, Millcreek Township will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs, or activities.  Millcreek Township shall make reasonable modifications in policies, practices, procedures, or programs when necessary to avoid discrimination on the basis of disability or to ensure that people with disabilities have an equal opportunity to enjoy all of the Township's programs, services, and activities.  The ADA, however, does not require the Township to take any action or make any modification that would result in a fundamental alteration in the nature of the service, program, or activity or in undue financial or administrative burdens.  The Township will not place surcharges on any particular individual or group of individuals with disabilities to cover the cost involved in making programs accessible or providing auxiliary aids/services or reasonable modifications of policy.  Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication or a modification of policies in a program, service, or activity of Millcreek Township should contact Sheryl A. Williams at 814-833-1111, ext. 314 or swilliams@millcreektownship.com.  Requests should be made as soon as possible but at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the scheduled event.

 

 

3.         The ADA, Program Accessibility, And Transition Planning

 

The ADA is a civil rights statute that prohibits discrimination against people who have disabilities.  Federal regulations adopted to implement the ADA require that public entities, including Millcreek Township, "operate each service, program, or activity so that the service, program, or activity, when viewed in its entirety, is readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities."  Under the ADA's regulations, however, public entities are not necessarily required to make each of its existing facilities accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities.  Additionally, the ADA does not require a public entity to take any action that would fundamentally alter the nature of a service, program, or activity or that would cause an undue financial or administrative burden. 

 

The ADA's "program accessibility" requirement evaluates a public entity's programs, services, and activities in their entirety, and therefore, public entities have flexibility in addressing accessibility issues.  Public entities may achieve program accessibility by a number of different methods.  A public entity is not required to make structural changes in existing facilities where other methods are effective in achieving program accessibility, and a public entity is not required to make each of its existing facilities accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities.

 

In determining how many facilities of a multi-site program must be made accessible in order to make the overall program accessible, a public entity must make an assessment of what is reasonable under the circumstances to make the program readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities, taking into account such factors as the size of the public entity, the particular program features offered at each site, the geographical distance between sites, the travel times to the sites, the number of sites, and availability of public transportation to the sites.

 

Where a public entity will undertake structural changes to a facility to achieve program accessibility, the ADA requires the public entity to develop a transition plan setting forth the steps necessary to complete such changes.  In developing a transition plan, the public entity must make a copy of the transition plan available for public inspection and also provide an opportunity to interested persons, including individuals with disabilities or organizations representing individuals with disabilities, to participate in the development of the transition plan by submitting comments.  An ADA transition plan must:

 

a.                   identify physical obstacles in the public entity's facilities that limit the accessibility of its programs or activities to individuals with disabilities;

b.                  describe in detail the methods that will be used to make the facilities accessible;

c.                   specify the schedule for taking the steps necessary to achieve compliance, and if the time period of the transition plan is longer than one year, identify steps that will be taken during each year of the period;

d.                  include a schedule for providing curb ramps or other sloped areas where pedestrian walks cross curbs when the public entity has responsibility over streets or walkways; and

e.                   indicate the official(s) responsible for implementation of the transition plan. 

 

 

4.         Guiding Principles Followed By Millcreek

 

Millcreek used the following non-exhaustive list of principles gleaned from the law, regulations and guidance materials to guide Millcreek's decision-making regarding program accessibility:

 

a.                   The Township's programs, services or activities, when viewed in its entirety, must be readily accessible to disabled persons.

 

b.                  The Township is not required to make each of its existing facilities accessible.

 

c.                   The Township is not required to take any action that it can demonstrate that would result in a fundamental alteration in the nature of the service, program or activity.

 

d.                  The Township is not required to take any action that it can demonstrate would result in undue financial burdens and administrative burdens.

 

e.                   Options available to the Township to make meet the program accessibility requirements include, but are not limited to:

·         redesign or acquisition of equipment;

·         reassignment of services to accessible buildings;

·         assignment of aides to beneficiaries;

·         delivery of services at alternate accessible sites; and

·         alteration of existing facilities and construction of new facilities.

 

f.                   The Township is not required to make structural changes where other methods are effective in providing accessibility; however, when choosing how to provide access through non-structural changes, the method that results in the most integrated setting appropriate to encourage interaction among all users, including disabled persons must be given priority.

 

g.                  It is acceptable to relocate a program, service, or activity from inaccessible locations to accessible locations upon request.

 

h.                  If a facility has only limited accessibility, signs should direct the public to the areas of accessibility.

 

i.                    Where the Township has multiple facilities that provide the same service, program, or activity, the Township only needs to make some of those facilities accessible, not all.  However, it must have scheduling policies in place to accommodate requests for accessible fields, player areas, or spectator seating.

 

j.                    In deciding whether to make all or some facilities accessible where the same service, program or activity is held in more than one location, the Township will consider what is reasonable under the circumstances to make the program readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities, taking into account such factors as the size of the Township, the particular program features offered at each site, the geographical distance between sites, the travel times to the sites, the number of sites, and availability of public transportation to the sites.

 

 

5.         Millcreek Township's Services, Programs, And Activities

 

Millcreek Township identified and considered the following programs, services, and activities in evaluating its compliance with the ADA's "program accessibility" requirement and developing this Transition Plan:

 

a.                   General Municipal Services:  Millcreek provides a variety of general municipal services which are all located in the Township Municipal Building.  The services provided to the public at the Municipal Building on the first floor include the public meeting room where supervisors meetings and other meetings are held and services provided, a general information desk, the police department, the real estate tax department, the recycling coordinator's office and restrooms.  The services provided on the second floor include the Supervisor's Office, the Parks & Recreation Department Office, the engineering office, and a conference room. 

 

b.                  Recycling Center:  The Millfair Compost & Recycling Center is a joint venture between Millcreek Township and Fairview Township.  It allows the public to drop off specific types of organic yard materials.  It also offers for sale landscaping materials such as topsoil, mulch, wood chips, and compost.  This is simply a drive up and drop off or pick up location; it is not retail space. 

 

c.                   Education Programs and Fitness/Dance Classes:  The Township offers a variety of educational programs and fitness/dance classes at various facilities within Millcreek Township, some of which it owns and some of which are owned by the Millcreek Township School District ("MTSD").  Education classes include programs such as radio control airplane instruction, baby sitter clinic, painting, knitting and other arts and crafts classes.  Fitness/dance classes include programs such as aerobics, weight training, yoga, martial arts, adult and youth dances (e.g., zumba, ballet, Hip Hop).  These programs are held at the following locations:  Asbury Barn; McDowell Intermediate High School; West Lake Middle School and JS Wilson Middle School.

 

d.                  Tennis Lessons:  The Township offers tennis lessons at a variety of levels in three locations:  Asbury Park, Zuck Park and McDowell High School. There are no viewing stands or other amenities offered at any of the tennis courts.  The same lessons are offered at each location.

 

e.                   Public Pools and Recreational and Instructional Swimming:  The Township offers swim lessons, swim exercise classes and open swim recreation in three (3) pools in Millcreek Township:  the Belle Valley Pool (outdoor), Chestnut Hill Pool (outdoor) and the McDowell Intermediate School pool (indoor).  The same swim lessons and recreational use programs are offered at all three locations; the exercise classes are offered at the McDowell Intermediate Pool year round and the Chestnut Hill Pool in the summer. 

 

f.                   Golf Lessons:  Golf lessons are offered at the Millcreek Golf and Learning Center.  Presently the golf course and club house are closed, but the driving range is open. 

 

g.                  Community Parks:  The Township has numerous Community Parks spread throughout the Township.  Some include numerous amenities for recreation, including picnic pavilions, restrooms, hiking trails, tennis courts, ballfields, playground equipment, basketball courts, volleyball courts, and a fishing pier.  Many others parks are simply green spaces with little or no amenities.  The Community Parks in Millcreek are:  (1) Asbury Park; (2) Atlantic Blvd. Park; (3) Avalon Park; (4) Belle Valley Park; (5) Boulevard Park; (6) Briar Park; (7) Bridger Park; (8) Edgevale/Bladen Park; (9) Highland Park; (10) Lakewood Park; (11) Maplewood Park; (12) Montclair Park; (13) Richmond & Gore Park; (14) Scott Park; (15) Venice Park; (16) Veterans Park; (17) Wander Park; (18) Westbury Park; (19) Wunch Park; and (20) Zuck Park.

 

h.                  Public Golf Courses:  There are two public golf courses in the Township owned by the Township:  Erie Golf Course and the Millcreek Golf and Learning Center.  Presently, except for the driving range at the Millcreek Golf and Learning Center, the balance of the Millcreek Golf & Learning Center is closed. 

 

i.                    Summer Day Camps:  Millcreek offers an annual summer day camp based at the Asbury Barn at Asbury Park. 

 

j.                    Facility Rentals:  The Township offers the following facilities for rental to the general public:  Asbury Barn, and the picnic pavilions at Asbury Park, Veterans Park, Scott Park and Zuck Park. 

 

 

6.         Millcreek Township's Facility Survey

 

The physical obstacles at Millcreek's parks and facilities addressed in the next section were identified during an accessibility survey commissioned by Millcreek Township pursuant to the terms of a Consent Decree entered into between Millcreek Township and Voices for Independence, which was accepted and entered by the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.  The accessibility survey of Millcreek's buildings and parks was conducted by Accessibility Services, a program of the United Spinal Association, in conjunction with the Township's outside law firm for solicitor services, MacDonald, Illig, Jones & Britton, LLP.  Accessibility Services, led by Vice President Dominic Marinelli, routinely evaluates buildings for ADA compliance.  Accessibility Services is a nationally recognized ADA consultant that has assisted in ensuring that numerous high-profile projects met ADA standards, including numerous sporting venues such as Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia and Madison Square Garden, numerous universities including Cornell and Princeton, and many other public buildings/facilities in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and across the country.

 

The Survey identified various existing Facility components that did not comply with current ADA standards.  A copy of the Survey is attached as Exhibit A.  The Township formed a committee comprised of representatives from the Engineering Department, the Streets Department, Building Maintenance Department, and the Parks and Recreation Department as well as the Township Solicitor and representatives from the United Spinal Association to review the findings of the survey and make an assessment of what steps to take moving forward.  Based upon a review of the programs, activities and services held at each of those Facilities, the committee proposed the following:

 

·         First, no action will be taken in the six (6) parks that consist only of green space: Boulevard; Briar; Edgevale/Bladen; Venice; Wander and Westbury.

 

·         Second, of the fourteen (14) remaining parks, eight (8) parks will be improved (Asbury; Belle Valley; Bridger; Highland; Lakewood; Scott; Veterans and Zuck Parks), while no action will be taken at the remaining six (6) parks (Atlantic Blvd.; Avalon; Maplewood; Montclair; Richmond & Gore and Wunch Parks).  The parks selected to be improved are distributed throughout the Township and contain all of the same amenities provided by the Parks that are not to be improved. 

 

·         Third, of the two other properties containing ballfields that are controlled in whole or in part by the Township, improvements will be made to four (4) of the ballfields at the David Long Complex at Walnut Creek Middle School and no action will be taken at the two (2) ballfields at the former Asbury Elementary School fields at 38th and Asbury.  Improvements will also be made to the ballfields at Asbury, Belle Valley, and Scott Parks.    

 

·         Fourth, improvements will be made at three (3) facilities owned by the Millcreek Township School District that are used by the Township for its programs, services or activities. They are McDowell Intermediate High School; West Lake Middle School and JS Wilson Middle School

 

The proposed plan was then approved by the Township Supervisors and published for public input and comment.  A PowerPoint summary of the Plan also was made available to the public to review, which is attached hereto as Exhibit B.

 

Section 7 below contains a complete list of the improvements at each facility or location that will be made to achieve program accessibility, and Section 8 below contains a list of the work and improvements at each facility or location that already have been completed.

 

 


7.         Physical Obstacles That Limit Program Accessibility, Planned Improvements To Achieve Program Accessibility, Schedule For Implementation Of Planned Improvements, And List Of Completed Improvements

 

            a.       Asbury Barn/Park, 4106 Asbury Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Accessible Parking – Lower Level of Barn

At 7.9%, slope of accessible parking spaces significantly exceeds 2% maximum running slope

Accessible parking spaces for the lower level of the Asbury Barn will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.

B

Accessible Parking – Upper Level

9.8% slope of accessible parking spaces significantly exceeds 2% maximum running slope

No structural changes feasible due to topography and costs.  To the extent a Township program, service or activity is held or provided in the upper level of the Asbury Barn, the Township will provide notice that anyone needing special access arrangements advise the Township in advance, and arrangements will be made to assist with access or to move the program, service or activity to a different location.

The Township will be adding ADA compliant railings on each side of the entrance to assist with access on or before 12/31/2017.

C

Entrance – Lower Level of Barn

Slope at entrance exceeds 2% maximum slope

The slope from of the accessible route from the accessible parking to the lower level of the Asbury Barn entrance will be made compliant on or before 12/31/2017.

D

Accessible Parking for park areas

Accessible parking spaces have not been provided at upper park parking area near tennis courts (1 sign provided, no striping, no access aisle, surface uneven with slopes/cross slopes greater than 2%) or lower park parking area near shelter

Accessible parking spaces in the lower lot to serve the picnic pavilion, volleyball court and accessible play equipment will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.  Accessible parking spaces in the lower lot to serve the baseball playing field will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.  Accessible parking spaces in the upper lot to serve the tennis courts and the restrooms will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.  Accessible parking spaces to serve the basketball court and baseball viewing area will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.

E

Accessible Route

Sidewalk from lower parking slope exceeds 8.33% with cross slopes greater than 2%, (approx. 120 feet)

An accessible route to the picnic pavilion, volleyball court and accessible play equipment will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.

F

Accessible Route

Sidewalk from lower parking to tennis courts cross slope greater than 2%, damaged and uneven surface

An accessible route to the tennis courts and restroom will be provided from the upper lot on or before 12/31/2017.

G

Accessible Route

Accessible route to playground damaged and uneven

Will install accessible play equipment in new location adjacent to volleyball court with accessible route on or before 12/31/2017.

H

Accessible Route

Accessible route has not been provided to volleyball court from main sidewalk

Will install accessible route on or before 12/31/2017.

I

Playground

Solid surface has not been provided at playground area

Will install accessible surface for new accessible play equipment on or before 12/31/2017.

J

Baseball Field

Route to ball field seating damaged and uneven

An accessible route will be provided on or before 12/31/2017 to the north dugout.  Access to the east dugout via the hard packed playing field.

K

Baseball Field

Accessible seating area has not been provided

Wheelchair accessible area will be provided in north and east dugout between the benches on or before 12/31/2017.

L

Accessible Route

Accessible route has not been provided to playing field

An accessible route will be provided on or before 12/31/2017 to the north dugout.  Access to the east dugout via the hard packed playing field.

 

 

          b.       Belle Valley Park, 5300 Henderson Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Accessible Parking

Accessible Parking has not been provided with firm, stable, slip-resistant surface.

ADA Compliant parking will be added to the park in the vicinity of the restrooms, which will be relied upon to serve the entire park, except for the playground area, on or before 12/31/2018.

B

Accessible Parking

Accessible Parking has not been provided proximate to picnic pavilion

ADA Compliant parking will be added to the park in the vicinity of the restrooms, which will be relied upon to serve the picnic pavilion, on or before 12/31/2018.

C

Picnic Pavilion

Accessible Route has not been provided between accessible parking and pavilion.

An accessible route will be added from the ADA compliant parking spaces to the picnic pavilion on or before 12/31/2018.

D

Basketball Court

Accessible parking has not been provided

ADA Compliant parking will be added to the park in the vicinity of the restrooms, which will be relied upon to serve the entire park, except for the playground area on or before 12/31/2018.

E

Basketball Court

Accessible route has not been provided to Basketball Court

An accessible route will be added from the ADA compliant parking spaces by the restrooms to the picnic pavilion, basketball court, restrooms, ballfield and volleyball court on or before 12/31/2018.

F

Baseball Field

Accessible parking has not been provided

 

ADA Compliant parking will be added to the park in the vicinity of the restrooms, which will be relied upon to serve the entire park, except for the playground area, on or before 12/31/2018.

G

Baseball Field

Accessible route has not been provided

 

An accessible route will be added from the ADA compliant parking spaces to the picnic pavilion, basketball court, restrooms, ballfield and volleyball court on or before 12/31/2018.

H

Playground

Accessible parking has not been provided

 

ADA Compliant parking will be added to the park in the vicinity of the playground on or before 12/31/2018.

I

Playground

Accessible route has not been provided

 

An accessible route will be added from the ADA compliant parking spaces to the accessible play equipment on or before 12/31/2018.

J

Volleyball Court

Accessible route has not been provided to Volleyball  Court

An accessible route will be added from the ADA compliant parking spaces to the picnic pavilion, basketball court, restrooms, ballfield and volleyball court on or before 12/31/2018

K

Men's Single User Toilet Room

Door pull side clearance, floor surface cross slope measures 9.0%, requires 2.0% maximum cross slope, slope measures 2.8%, requires 2.0% maximum slope

The entrance to the bathroom will be made ADA Compliant on or before 12/31/2018.

 

 

          c.       Belle Valley Pool, 5300 Henderson Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Pool Complex

Accessible Parking has not been provided with firm, stable, slip-resistant surface.

ADA Compliant parking will be provided at the Belle Valley Pool across from the main entrance on or before 12/31/2018.

B

Pool Complex

Accessible route has not been provided into Pool Complex.

An accessible route will be added from the ADA compliant parking to the Belle Valley Pool's main entrance on or before 12/31/2018.

C

Exterior Shelter

Accessible route has not been provided to shelter area behind men’s changing room

An accessible route will be provided on or before 12/31/2018.

 

 

          d.       Bridger Park, Old Zimmerly Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Accessible parking

Accessible parking space running slope measures up to 3.3%, requires 2% maximum

Running slope of accessible parking space to be corrected on or before 12/31/2017.

 

 

          e.       Erie Golf Course, 6050 Old Zuck Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Accessible parking, nearest exterior patio (space 1)

Accessible parking space cross slope measures 3.7% to 4.2%, requires 2% maximum cross slope

Improvements will be made to make parking and accessible routes from parking ADA compliant on or before 12/31/2018.

B

Accessible Parking space (space 3)

Accessible parking space cross slope measures 2.8%, requires 2% maximum cross slope

Improvements will be made to make parking and accessible routes from parking ADA compliant on or before 12/31/2018.

C

Accessible Parking space (space 4 -   van accessible)

Accessible parking space cross slope measures 2.9%, requires 2% maximum cross slope

Improvements will be made to make parking and accessible routes from parking ADA compliant on or before 12/31/2018.

D

Accessible Parking Signage

(3) accessible spaces provided with accessible parking signage at 44 to 48 inches AFF, requires 60 inches to the bottom of sign, all locations

Appropriate signage will be added on or before 12/31/2018.

E

Accessible Parking Signage

(1) accessible parking space has not been provided with accessible parking sign

Appropriate signage will be added on or before 12/31/2018.

F

Signage

Accessible route has not been identified with signage, through exterior patio into banquet hall door

Appropriate signage will be added on or before 12/31/2018.

G

Accessible Route to Tees

Accessible route to Tees has not been provided.

An ADA accessible golf cart will be acquired by the Golf Course management company on or before 5/1/2018.

 

 

          f.       Millcreek Golf and Learning Center, 3100 West 17th Street

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

Note: Building currently is not being used by or held open to the public.

A

Driving Range

 

Accessible Route has not been provided to Driving Range

Accessible parking will be provided adjacent to the driving range and an accessible route from the parking to the driving range will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.

 

 

          g.       Highland Park, West 22nd Street 

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Accessible Play Surface

Accessible surface has not been provided throughout the Play Area

An ADA compliant surface for access throughout the playground area will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.

B

Accessible Route

Accessible route has not been provided to potential transfer station (6 inches high and 12 inch high stairs transfer has been provided)

An ADA compliant accessible route to the playground exists.  An ADA compliant surface for access throughout the playground area will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.

C

Accessible Route

Accessible route has not been provided to Picnic Tables

 

An ADA complaint accessible route will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.

D

Accessible Route

Accessible route has not been provided between Picnic Tables and Play Area

An ADA compliant accessible route will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.

 

 

          h.       Lakewood Park, West 10th Street and Oakmont Avenue

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Parking

Accessible parking has not been provided

ADA compliant accessible parking will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.

B

Playground equipment

Accessible route has not been provided to playground equipment from parking, public right of way or within park

An ADA compliant accessible route to the playground will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.  An ADA compliant accessible route will be provided within playground area on or before 12/31/2017.  ADA compliant surface to existing ADA compliant swing-set will be provided on or before 12/31/2018.

C

Dog Waste

Dog waste dispenser has not been provided on an accessible route

The dispenser will be moved to an accessible location on or before 12/31/2017.

 

 

          i.        Millcreek Township Municipal Building, 3608 West 26th Street

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

1. Exterior Issues

A

Parking

Accessible parking spaces right and left of the main entry have not been provided with access aisles

Five (5) accessible parking spaces will be created to the west of the main entrance providing access to the main and western entrances.  One (1) accessible parking space will be created to access the Police Station entrance to the far east of the main entrance.  Accessible routes from the parking spaces to the entrances will be ADA compliant.  The existing attempted ADA parking spaces will be eliminated.  These improvements will be made on or before 12/31/2017.

B

Parking

Left accessible parking space cross slope measures 2.7%, requires 2.0%

See above.

C

Parking

Right accessible parking space slope at front corner measures 2.8% slope, requires 2.0% maximum

See above.

D

Accessible Route

Accessible route from parking to sidewalk uneven at transition

See above.

E

Parking- West side entrance

(2) accessible space attempted- (1) designated as accessible

See above.

F

Access Aisles

Access aisles have not been provided for either space. Accessible parking spaces measures 13 feet wide

See above.

G

Parking Surface

Accessible parking spaces surface uneven and damaged

See above.

H

Accessible Route

Accessible route from west side parking to west sidewalk damaged and uneven

See above.

I

Accessible Route

Ramp landing/transition from vehicular way, surface cross slope measures 4.4%, requires 2.0% cross slope

See above.

J

Accessible Route

Southwest portion of sidewalk cross slope measures 3.6% to 2.7%, requires 2.0% cross slope

See above.

K

Count total spaces provided

(4) accessible parking spaces attempted, (5) accessible parking spaces required

See above.

L

Route to Public Right Of Way

While not required during the original site development, accessible route from Public Right of Way has not been provided from 26th Street and Caughey Road bus stop

An ADA compliant accessible route will be installed between W. 26th Street and the front entrance of the municipal building on or before 12/31/2017.

2. Interior

A

Reception Desk

Reception desk service counter has not been provided with accessible portion 36 inches AFF, 36 inches wide, measures 42 inches AFF

The service desk will be modified to add an ADA compliant hinged counter on or before 12/31/2017.

B

Recycle Office

Reception service desk height measures 41 ¾ inches AFF, requires 36 inches AFF maximum x 36 inches

The service desk will be modified to be ADA compliant on or before 12/31/2017.

C

Real Estate Office

Reception service desk height measures 42 inches AFF, requires 36 inches AFF maximum x 36 inches

The service desk will be modified to be ADA compliant on or before 12/31/2017.

D

Income Tax Office

Reception service desk height measures 42 inches AFF, requires 36 inches AFF maximum x 36 inches

The service desk will be modified to be ADA compliant on or before 12/31/2017.

E

Administrative Office

Reception service desk height measures 42 ½ inches AFF, requires 36 inches AFF maximum x 36 inches

The service desk will be modified to be ADA compliant on or before 12/31/2017.

F

Engineering/ Zoning Office

Engineering/Zoning reception service desk height measures 42 inches AFF, requires 36 inches AFF maximum x 36 inches

The service desk will be modified to be ADA compliant on or before 12/31/2017.

G

Police Office

Service desk height measures 42 inches AFF, requires 36 inches AFF maximum x 36 inches

The service desk will be modified to be ADA compliant on or before 12/31/2017.

H

Parks & Recreation

Reception service desk height measures 42 inches AFF, requires 36 inches AFF maximum x 36 inches

The service desk will be modified to be ADA compliant on or before 12/31/2017

 

 

          j.       Scott Park, West 6th and Lowell Avenue

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Parking

Accessible parking spaces have not been designated or identified

ADA compliant accessible parking will be provided for the north ball field on or before 12/31/2019.  ADA compliant accessible parking will be provided for the restrooms on or before 12/31/2019. ADA compliant accessible parking will be provided for the volleyball and basketball courts on or before 12/31/2019.  ADA compliant accessible parking will be provided for the south ball field, playground and picnic pavilion on or before 12/31/2019.

B

Accessible route

Accessible route has not been provided from parking to basketball courts

An ADA compliant accessible route will be provided on or before 12/31/2019.

C

Accessible route

Accessible route has not been provided from parking to volleyball court

An ADA compliant accessible route will be provided on or before 12/31/2019.

D

Accessible route

Accessible route to toilet rooms incomplete

An ADA compliant accessible route will be provided on or before 12/31/2019.

E

Accessible route

Accessible route to  baseball seating has not been provided

An ADA compliant accessible route will be provided on or before 12/31/2019.

 

 

          k.       Veterans Park, Love Road and Zimmerly Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Lower Level Accessible Parking Spaces

(2) accessible parking spaces provided with 4.6% to 5.5% cross slope, requires 2% maximum cross slope

ADA compliant accessible parking will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.

B

Lower Level Accessible Parking Spaces

Access aisle has not been provided at one accessible parking space

ADA compliant accessible parking will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.

C

Lower Level Accessible Parking Spaces

Accessible parking signage has not been located at 60 inches AFF to the bottom of the sign, measures 54 inches and 56 inches

ADA compliant accessible parking signage will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.

 

 

          l.        Walnut Creek/David Long Complex, Thomas Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Accessible Parking

Site parking shared with school district parking lot, no accessible parking spaces designated from parking areas

ADA compliant accessible parking will be provided on or before 12/31/2017.

B

Accessible Route

Accessible route has not been provided between ball fields and concessions

Accessible route from the accessible parking to two ballfields and concession stand have been provided.  An ADA compliant accessible route to balance of complex will be provided on or before 12/31/2020. (Millcreek Youth Athletic Association responsible for this work).

 

 

          m.      Zuck Park, Zuck Road and West Grandview Boulevard

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Accessible Parking at Picnic Pavilion

 

Accessible parking has not been provided to picnic pavilion and West Grandview Play Area

ADA compliant accessible parking will be provided on or before 12/31/2018.

B

Accessible Parking at Play Area

 

Accessible route has not been provided to West Grandview Play Area

An ADA compliant accessible route will be provided on or before 12/31/2018.

C

Play Area

Accessible route has not been provided to West Grandview Play Area

 

An ADA compliant accessible route will be provided on or before 12/31/2018.

D

Play Area

Accessible route has not been provided to and throughout West Grandview Play Area

An ADA compliant accessible route will be provided on or before 12/31/2018.

E

Play Area

Accessible route has not been provided to potential transfer station (12 inch high stairs)

An ADA compliant accessible route will be provided on or before 12/31/2018.

 

 

          n.       J.S. Wilson Middle School, 901 W. 54th Street*

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Parking - (4) Accessible Parking Spaces at Main Entry

(4) accessible parking spaces at entry, slopes exceed 2% maximum, measures 0% to 6% slope; Access aisle slope exceeds 2% maximum, measures 4.2%; Accessible parking signage is not located at 60 inches AFF

ADA compliant accessible parking will be provided on or before 12/31/2019.

B

Accessible Route from

Parking Lot to Main Entry

Slope exceeds 5% maximum, measures 0% to 6.3%, cross slope exceeds 2% maximum, measures 0% to 5.2%

An ADA compliant accessible route will be provided on or before 12/31/2019.

C

Boys Locker Room

ADA Bench Missing

An ADA bench will be provided on or before August 31, 2017.

D

Girls Locker Room

ADA Bench Missing

An ADA bench will be provided on or before August 31, 2017.

*Work for accessible parking and accessible route through parking lot will be completed by Township; remaining work will be completed by MTSD

 

 

          o.       McDowell Intermediate High School, 3320 Caughey Road*

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Parking - (4) Accessible Parking Spaces At Main Entry

(4) Accessible Parking Spaces At Entry, Slopes Exceed 2% Maximum, Measures 0% To 8.3% Slope; Access Aisle Slope Exceeds 2% Maximum, Measures 4.2%; Accessible Parking Signage Is Not Located At 60 Inches AFF

ADA compliant accessible parking will be provided on or before 12/31/2018.

B

Interior Accessible Route -  Ramp Railings

Three interior ramps -- Railing On One Side, Two Required

A second railing will be added on or before August 31, 2018.

C

Route from Auditorium To Stage

Doors Do Not Provide 36” Minimum Clear Width

Accessible clearance will be provided on or before August 31, 2018.

D

Fitness Center/Dance - Ramp

Ramp Exceeds Slope Maximum

Ramp will be made ADA compliant on or before August 31, 2018.

E

Gymnasium

Threshold Change In Level - Change In Level Of 2” Exceeds ½” Maximum

Threshold will be made ADA compliant or before August 31, 2018.

F

Gymnasium

No Signage

ADA compliant signage will be provided on or before August 31, 2018.

* Work for accessible parking and accessible route through parking lot will be completed by Township; remaining work will be completed by MTSD

 

 

          p.       Westlake Middle School, 4330 W. Lake Road*

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Parking - (4) Accessible Parking Spaces At Gymnasium Entry

(4) Accessible Parking Spaces At Gymnasium Entry, Slopes Exceed 2% Maximum, Measures 0% To 10.4% Slope; Access Aisle Slope Exceeds 2% Maximum, Measures 6.3%

ADA compliant accessible parking will be provided on or before 12/31/2019.

B

Art Room - Sink Depth

Depth greater than 6 ½”

The sink will be made ADA compliant by August 2018 or the program will be moved to an ADA compliant location.

*Work for accessible parking and accessible route through parking lot will be completed by Township; remaining work will be completed by MTSD

 

 

8.         Completed Improvements And Work To Eliminate Physical Obstacles And Achieve   Program Accessibility 

 

            a.       Asbury Barn/Park, 4106 Asbury Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A       

Single-Use Toilet Room

Door with closer does not provide 12 inches minimum push-side, latch-side clearance

Improvements completed making bathroom make ADA compliant.

B

Grab Bar

At 27 ½ inches, height of grab bar is not 33 to 36 inches maximum AFF required.

Improvements completed making bathroom make ADA compliant.

C

Toilet Paper Dispenser

Toilet paper dispenser has been located above 30 inch wall

Improvements completed making bathroom make ADA compliant.

D

Baby Changing Table

At 37 inches, baby-changing table exceeds 34 inch maximum height permitted

Improvements completed making bathroom make ADA compliant.

E

Flush-Valve

Flush-valve has not been located on open-side of water closet

Improvements completed making bathroom make ADA compliant.

F

Mirror

At 47 ½ inches, reflecting surface of mirror exceeds 40 inch maximum reflecting surface permitted

Improvements completed making bathroom make ADA compliant.

G

Lavatory

Insulation has not been provided beneath water supply and drain pipes.

 

 

Improvements completed making bathroom make ADA compliant.

H

Picnic Table

Accessible portion of picnic table has not been provided

ADA Picnic Table has been provided

 

 

          b.       Belle Valley Park, 5300 Henderson Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Picnic Table

Accessible Picnic Table has not been provided

An accessible picnic table has been provided.

B

Women’s Single User Toilet Room

Side wall grab bar measures 36 inches, requires 42 inches minimum

Improvements completed making bathroom make ADA compliant.

C

Women’s Single User Toilet Room - Water Closet

Rear wall grab bar measures 11 inches from side wall, requires 6 inches from  side wall

Improvements completed making bathroom make ADA compliant.

D

Women’s Single User Toilet Room - Water Closet

Flush valve removed as part of winterization, ensure located on the open side of water closet away from side wall

Improvements completed making bathroom make ADA compliant.

E

Women’s Single User Toilet Room

Knee space under lavatory obstructed and does not provide 17 inches clear

Improvements completed making bathroom make ADA compliant.

F

Men’s Single User Toilet Room

Side wall grab bar measures 36 inches, requires 42 inches minimum

Improvements completed making bathroom make ADA compliant.

G

Men’s Single User Toilet Room

Knee space under lavatory obstructed and does not provide 17 inches clear

Improvements completed making bathroom make ADA compliant.

 

          c.       Belle Valley Pool, 5300 Henderson Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Exterior Drinking Fountain

Spout located at 39 inches AFF, requires 36 inches maximum

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

B

Exterior Drinking Fountain

Underside of drinking fountain measures 30 inches AFF, requires 27 inches AFF to provide knee clearance and cane detection

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

C

Dinning Surface

Picnic table provided as dinning surface, accessible knee clearance obstructed with table seats and structure. (1) accessible dinning surface required

An accessible picnic table has been provided.

D

Emergency Phone

Phone operable parts measure 59 inches AFF, requires 48 inches AFF maximum

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

E

Concessions Service Counter

Service counter measures 41 ¾ inches AFF, requires 36 inches maximum AFF, 36 inches wide minimum for full depth

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

F

Men’s Changing Room

Signage has not been provided at Men’s toile/Changing room, required

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

G

Men’s Changing Room

Accessible bench required for changing room, no accessible bench provided

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

H

Men’s Changing Room

Mirror measures 42 ¾ inches AFF, requires 40 inches maximum AFF to bottom of reflecting surface

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

I

Men’s Changing Room

Pipe insulation has not been provide under accessible lavatory, required

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

J

Men’s Changing Room  - Accessible Stall

Side wall grab bar measures 33 inches, requires 42 inches minimum

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

K

Men’s Changing Room  - Accessible Stall

Rear wall grab bar measures 8 ½ inches from side wall, requires 6 inches maximum. Bar measures 48 inches, requires 36 inches minimum.

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

L

Men’s Changing Room  - Accessible Stall

Compartment door has been provided with hardware one side, requires both sides

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

M

Men’s Changing Room  - Accessible Stall

Flush valve located closed side towards side wall, requires location at open side (water closet plumbing being repaired at time of inspection)

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

N

Women’s Changing Room

Accessible bench required for changing room, no accessible bench provided

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

O

Women’s Changing Room

Mirror measures 42 ¼ inches AFF, requires 40 inches maximum AFF to bottom of reflecting surface

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

P

Women’s Changing Room

Pipe insulation has not been provide under accessible lavatory, required

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

Q

Women’s Changing Room  - Ambulatory Stall

(6) toilet fixtures have been provided, ambulatory stall required, no ambulatory stall provided

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

R

Women’s Changing Room  - Accessible Stall

Door hardware has been provided one side of door, requires both sides

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

S

Women’s Changing Room  - Accessible Stall

Coat hook installed at 66 ½ inches AFF, requires 48 inches AFF maximum

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

T

Women’s Changing Room  - Accessible Stall

Side wall grab bar measures 33 inches, requires 42 inches minimum

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

U

Women’s Changing Room  - Accessible Stall

Rear wall grab bar measures 8 ½ inches from side wall, requires 6 inches maximum. Bar measures 48 inches, requires 36 inches minimum.

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

V

Women’s Changing Room 

Baby changing table measures 37 inches AFF to work surface, requires 34 inches maximum

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

 

 

          d.       Erie Golf Course, 6050 Old Zuck Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Bar

Bar are area has not been provided with a portion for accessible seating, 34 inches AFF, 36 inches minimum width, with 27 inches toe/knee clearance

An accessible table has been provided.

B

Tables

(11) pedestal tables have been provided in eating/ drinking area, accessible option has not been provided

An accessible table has been provided.

C

Banquet Room

Entry door from bar provided with 11 ½ inches pull side clearance, requires 18 inches minimum clearance

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

D

Men’s Toilet Room

36 inch rear grab bar measures 12 inches from side wall, requires 6 inches

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

E

Men’s Toilet Room

Paper towel dispenser installed with highest operable part at 51 inches AFF, requires 48 inches maximum

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

F

Women’s Toilet Room

Door opening force exceeds 5 pounds maximum force as required

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

G

Women’s Toilet Room

55 inches maneuvering clearance depth required on pull side of bathroom door; with 21 inches latch-side clearance

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

H

Women’s Toilet Room

Paper towel dispenser installed with highest operable part at 53 inches AFF, requires 48 inches maximum

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

I

Women’s Toilet Room

Compartment door hardware provided one side of door, requires both sides

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

J

Women’s Toilet Room

36 inch rear grab bar measures 12 inches from side wall, requires 6 inches

Improvements completed making this ADA compliant.

 

 

          e.       Highland Park, West 22nd Street 

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A.

Picnic Table

Accessible Picnic Table has not been provided

An accessible table has been provided. 

 

 

          f.       Millcreek Township Municipal Building, 3608 West 26th Street

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Meeting Space

Raised platform for speaker/town council use has not been provided with accessible route

An ADA compliant accessible speaker area has been provided for each public meeting.

B

Left Hall Brochure Cabinet

Wall mounted cabinet top two rows mounted greater than 54 inches AFF

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

C

Fire Extinguishers First floor

(2) Wall mounted fire extinguisher mounted at 36 inches to 63 inches AFF and does not provide cane detection

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

D

Recycle Office Entry Door

57 inches pull side clearance depth provided at door maneuvering clearance, office storage obstructs required space

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

E

Real Estate Office

Entry door recessed 14 ½ inches with 3 inches of pull side clearance. Requires 18 inches minimum

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

F

Parks & Recreation

Entry door pull side entry measures 9 ½ inches clear, requires 18 inches minimum

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

G

Administrative Office

Room signage located on door hinge side, required to be located door side

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

H

Fire Extinguisher 2nd Floor

(2) Wall mounted fire extinguisher mounted such that not provided with cane detection

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

I

First Floor Men’s Toilet Room  - Accessible water closet compartment

Hook installed at 66 ½ inches AFF, requires 48 inches AFF maximum

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

J

First Floor Men’s Toilet Room

Water closet flush valve installed on the closed side of the water closet clear floor space, requires open side

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

K

First Floor Women’s Toilet Room  -Accessible Water Closet Compartment

Coat hook mounted at 66 ½ inches AFF, requires 48 inches maximum AFF

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

L

First Floor Women’s Toilet Room

Entry door clear maneuvering space obstructed on pull side by chair

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

M

Men’s toilet room 2nd Floor

Entry door signage located on door, requires locating on latch side

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

N

Men’s toilet room 2nd Floor  - Water Closet Compartment

Coat hook measures 66 ½ inches AFF, requires 48 inches maximum AFF

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

O

Men’s toilet room 2nd Floor

Flush valve required to be located on the water closet open side, existing has lush valve on closed side

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

P

Women’s Toilet Room 2nd Floor

Entry door signage located on door, requires locating on latch side

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

Q

Women’s Toilet Room 2nd Floor  - Water Closet Compartment

Coat hook measures 66 ½ inches AFF, requires 48 inches maximum AFF

Improvements have been completed that make this ADA compliant.

 

 

          g.       Millcreek Township Recycling Center, 2301 Millfair Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Signage

No directional signage has been provided directing users how to acquire assistance unloading at recycle center

Signage has been provided. 

 

 

          h.       Scott Park, West 6th and Lowell Avenue

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Picnic Table

Accessible portion of picnic table has not been provided

ADA Picnic Table has been provided

 

 

          i.        Veterans Park, Love Road and Zimmerly Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Picnic Table

Accessible portion of picnic table has not been provided

ADA Picnic Table has been provided

 

 

          j.       Walnut Creek/David Long Complex, Thomas Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Accessible Route from Parking to Ball Fields

Accessible route has not been provided from shared parking lot areas to ball fields

An ADA compliant accessible route has been provided.

B

Accessible Route between Ball Fields

Accessible route has not been provided between ball fields and concessions

An ADA compliant accessible route from two ballfields and concession stand have been provided.  An ADA compliant accessible route to balance of complex will be provided on or before 12/31/2020. (MYAA responsible for the routes)

 

 

          k.       Zuck Park, Zuck Road and West Grandview Boulevard

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Picnic Table

Accessible portion of picnic table has not been provided

ADA Picnic Table has been provided.

 

 

          l.        J.S. Wilson Middle School, 901 W. 54th Street

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Art Room 606 - Sink Exposed Pipes

Requires Covering Of Exposed Pipes

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

B

Accessible Single User Toilet Room – Women’s

42” Side Grab Bar Provided, Only 47” From Rear Wall

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

C

Boy’s Locker Room

42” Side Grab Bar Provided, Only 48” from Rear Wall

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

D

Girls Locker Room - Sink

Exposed Pipes

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

E

Girls Locker Room

Toilet Seat

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

F

Accessible Single User Toilet Room – Mens

Grab Bar Side Wall - 42” Grab Bar Provided, Only 48” From Rear Wall

 

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

G

Girls Locker Room

Grab Bar Side Wall - 42” Grab Bar Provided, Only 48-1 ½” From Rear Wall

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

H

Girls Locker Room

5% ADA Lockers - ADA Lockers Need To Be Labeled

 

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

 

 

          m.      McDowell Intermediate High School, 3320 Caughey Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Men’s Accessible Toilet Rooms From Pool Deck

Men’s Accessible Toilet Rooms From Pool Deck - Requires Covering Of Exposed Pipes

Requires Tight Grasping

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

B

Men’s Accessible Toilet Rooms From Pool Deck

Toilet Seat - Seat Cushion Provided For Student With Particular Needs

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

C

Men’s Accessible Toilet Rooms From Pool Deck

Grab Bar Side Wall Only 53” From Rear Wall

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

D

Men’s Accessible Toilet Rooms From Pool Deck

Grab Bar Back Wall - Missing 36” Grab Bar

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

E

Men’s Accessible Toilet Rooms From Pool Deck

Height To Top Of Grab Bars - 32-1/2” High

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

F

Women’s Accessible Toilet Rooms From Pool Deck

Sink Requires Covering Of Exposed Pipes

Requires Tight Grasping

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

G

Women’s Accessible Toilet Rooms From Pool Deck

 

Toilet Seat - Seat Cushion Provided For Student With Particular Needs

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

H

Women’s Accessible Toilet Rooms From Pool Deck

Grab Bar Side Wall Only 53” From Rear Wall

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

I

Women’s Accessible Toilet Rooms From Pool Deck

Grab Bar Back Wall - Missing 36” Grab Bar

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

J

Women’s Accessible Toilet Rooms From Pool Deck

Height To Top Of Grab Bars - 32‑1/2” High

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

K

Grab Bar Back Wall

Sink Exposed Pipes

Sink Faucet  - Requires Covering Of Exposed Pipes

Requires Tight Grasping

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

L

Grab Bar Back Wall

Grab Bar Side Wall Only 44” From Rear Wall

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

M

Grab Bar Back Wall

Grab Bar Back Wall - Missing 36” Grab Bar

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

N

Women’s Accessible Band/Tech Ed

Toilet Room

Sink - Requires Covering Of Exposed Pipes

Requires Tight Grasping

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

O

Women’s Accessible Band/Tech Ed

Toilet Room

Grab Bar Side Wall Only 44” From Rear Wall

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

P

Women’s Accessible Band/Tech Ed

Toilet Room

Grab Bar Back Wall - Missing 36” Grab Bar

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

Q

Men’s Accessible Toilet Rooms From Pool Deck

Turning Radius -- 54” – Less Than 60” Required; Flush valve

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

R

Men’s Accessible Band/Tech - Toilet Room

Grab Bar Back Wall - Missing 36” Grab Bar; Flush valve

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

S

Men’s Accessible Band/Tech - Toilet Room

Grab Bar Back Wall - Missing 36” Grab Bar

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

 

 

          n.       Westlake Middle School, 4330 W. Lake Road

 

Item

Space

Physical  Obstacle

Method or Improvements
to Make Accessible

A

Accessible Single User Toilet Room – Men’s

Grab Bar Side Wall - 42” Grab Bar Provided, Only 50” From Rear Wall

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

B

Accessible Single User Toilet Room – Men’s

Height To Top Of Grab Bars - 36- ½” Exceeds 36” Maximum Height

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

C

Accessible Single User Toilet Room – Men’s

Mirror - 40-1/2” Exceeds 40” Maximum Height

Improvements already have been completed by MTSD that make this ADA compliant.

 

 

9.         Curb Ramp Schedule 

 

In 2011, Millcreek Township entered into a Consent Decree with Voices for Independence that provided for Millcreek to compile an inventory of all locations within the Township under the Township's control where pedestrian access routes intersect or cross with Township roads or streets.  The inventory identified locations where 1,236 curb ramps or other sloped areas were required under the ADA, excluding 133 ramps installed in 2011 prior to the inventory.  In 2013, Millcreek Township entered into a Second Consent Decree with Voices for Independence in which Millcreek agreed to install 1,236 new compliant curb ramps at the locations identified along the following schedule:  (a) all 1,236 curb ramps must be installed no later than December 31, 2022; (b) at least 110 curb ramps must be installed each year until all 1,236 ramps are installed; (c) at least 412 ramps must be completed in total by December 31, 2016; and (d) at least 824 ramps must be completed by December 31, 2019.  Millcreek has remained ahead of schedule to complete the curb ramp installation required by the Second Consent Decree.  As of May 31, 2017, Millcreek has installed a total of 866 curb ramps since 2011, and Millcreek has a total 370 curb ramps remaining to be installed under the Second Consent Decree.  Millcreek has contracted for at least 159 total curb ramps to be installed during the 2017 construction season.  Millcreek will continue to install at least 110 curb ramps each year until the remaining curb ramps are installed. 

 

 

10.       Officials Responsible For Implementing Transition Plan

 

The Millcreek Township Supervisors have designated the following Township officials to be responsible for implementing the following respective aspects of the Transition Plan: 

·                     Ashley Marsteller

Director of Millcreek's Parks and Recreation Department

(814) 835-4122

Responsibilities:  All improvements at Township parks and recreational facilities with the exception of the improvements to the accessible routes and accessible parking at those locations. 

 

·                     Anne Sokol, P.E.

Millcreek Township Assistant Engineer

(814) 833-6096

Responsibilities:  All accessible routes and accessible parking improvements at the Millcreek Township Municipal Building, Township parks and recreational facilities, and at the MTSD properties where Township programs, services, or activities are held; and oversight of curb ramp installation and compliance.

 

·                     Jerry Burger  

Millcreek Township Head Foreman, Building Maintenance

(814) 833-1111

Responsibilities:  All improvements at the Millcreek Township Municipal Building with the exception of the improvements to the accessible routes and accessible parking at the Municipal Building.