ATTACHMENT K: Program Access in Existing Facilities

The technical requirements and, where appropriate, the scoping requirements of the Standards are used as a guide for determining whether a program or activity held in an existing facility is "readily accessible to and usable by" persons with disabilities and for determining what changes are necessary to make this program or activity accessible if it continues to be provided in the existing facility in question. See 28 C.F.R. §§ 35.150(b) (1), 35.151.

The chart below lists the facilities surveyed by the Department, the access issues identified during the survey, and the actions required to correct the access issues. Required actions are listed using an alphanumeric code. The key to the alphanumeric codes is provided in Attachment M to this Agreement.

In order to ensure that the programs, services, and activities housed in the County's facilities are accessible to persons with disabilities, when viewed in their entirety, the County will take the actions referenced by the alphanumeric code and described in detail in Attachment M to this Settlement Agreement within the time period specified below, which time period begins to run on the effective date of this Agreement.

Item #

Access Issue

Required Action

Completion Date

1.

DWI Facility Treatment / Administration, 1006 Municipal Dr., Farmington

1.1.

Front entrance: The building does not have directional signage posted at inaccessible entrances and the International Symbol of Accessibility posted at accessible entrances.

D10

3 months

1.2.

Men’s toilet room with stall adjacent to dining / work area:

1.2.a.

No accessible permanent room identification signage is provided.

TR11

3 months

1.2.b.

The lavatory is inaccessible because the bottom of the lavatory apron is 25 inches above the finished floor.

LS3

18 months

1.2.c.

The lavatory is inaccessible because the water supply and drain pipes are not insulated or otherwise configured to protect against contact.

LS2

12 months

1.2.d.

The only paper towel dispenser has only 20 3/4 inches of clear floor space adjacent to it due to its location near the laundry tub.

CT3

3 months

1.2.e.

The urinal is inaccessible because the rim is 22 inches above the finished floor.

TR8

12 months

1.2.f.

The only coat hook in the toilet stall with grab bars is out of reach range.

TR3

3 months

1.3.

Women’s single-user toilet room adjacent to dining / work area:

1.3.a.

No accessible signage is provided.

TR11

3 months

1.3.b.

The entry door is inaccessible because the knob hardware requires tight grasping, pinching, or twisting of the wrist to operate.

D2

3 months

1.3.c.

The bottom of the reflecting surface of the only mirror is higher than 40 inches above the finished floor.

TR5

9 months

1.3.d.

The lavatory and the toilet are both inaccessible because there is insufficient clear floor space provided due to the locations of a trash can under the lavatory and a file cabinet between the lavatory and the toilet.

TR24

3 months

1.3.e.

The toilet is inaccessible because the flush control is on the closed side.

TR4

6 months

1.3.f.

The only coat hook is out of reach range.

TR3

3 months

1.3.g.

The toilet is inaccessible because the side grab bar is mounted with the far end 48.5 inches from the rear wall.

TR17

3 months

1.3.h.

The toilet is inaccessible because the side grab bar is obstructed by the toilet paper dispenser which is mounted within 3/4 of an inch under the side grab bar.

TR15

3 months

1.4.

W106 office (Counseling): The pull side maneuvering clearance of the door is inaccessible because it has only 40 inches of clear depth and four inches of clear space on the latch side.

D5

12 months

2.

DWI Facility - Dormitory, 1006 Municipal Dr., Farmington

2.1.

Parking lot:

2.1.a.

The designated accessible parking spaces are inaccessible because the vertical signs can be obstructed by vehicles parked in the spaces.

P3

3 months

2.1.b.

The designated accessible parking spaces are inaccessible because the shared access aisle is only 56 inches wide resulting in there being neither the required van accessible parking space nor a standard accessible parking space.

P2

3 months

2.1.c.

The designated accessible parking spaces and shared access aisle are inaccessible because they have running slopes of up to 5.4%.

P4

30 months

2.2.

Entry gate (exterior): The gate is inaccessible because there is a slope greater than 2% within the required maneuvering clearance.

D7

30 months

2.3.

Interior ramp in entrance lobby: The ramp is inaccessible because it has a running slope of up to 8.8% and does not have handrails.

R1

30 months

2.4.

Women’s C Block:

2.4.a.

The tables are inaccessible because they all have inadequate clear knee space.

DW1

18 months

2.4.b.

All of the bunk beds, other than those that are closest to the tables, are inaccessible because they have inadequate maneuvering clearance on either side of the beds.

L5

30 months

2.4.c.

The public telephones are inaccessible because there is inadequate clear floor space in front of them (due to the location of the tables very near the only telephones) and they do not have volume controls.

TT1

18 months

2.5.

Women’s C Block toilet room with shower:

2.5.a.

The toilet is inaccessible because the rear grab bar is 32 inches long.

TR14

3 months

2.6.

Men’s A Block:

2.6.a.

The tables are inaccessible because they all have inadequate clear knee space.

DW1

18 months

2.6.b.

All of the bunk beds, other than those that are closest to the tables, are inaccessible because they have inadequate maneuvering clearance on either side of the beds.

L5

18 months

2.6.c.

The public telephones are inaccessible because they do not have volume controls.

TT1

18 months

2.7.

Men’s B Block:

2.7.a.

The tables are inaccessible because they all have inadequate clear knee space.

DW1

18 months

2.7.b.

The public telephones are inaccessible because they do not have volume controls.

TT1

18 months

2.8.

Women’s D Block:

2.8.a.

The tables are inaccessible because they all have inadequate clear knee space.

DW1

12 months

2.8.b.

The public telephones are inaccessible because they do not have volume controls.

TT1

12 months

2.8.c.

The beds are inaccessible because they have inadequate maneuvering clearance on either side of the beds.

L5

12 months

2.9.

Exterior ramp between dormitory and treatment facility:

2.9.a.

The ramp is inaccessible because two of the three landings along the ramp have slopes of 3.3% and 5.3%.

R5

30 months

2.9.b.

The ramp is inaccessible because the bottom, outside handrail does not have a 12 inch long extension.

R2

3 months

3.

Hart Valley #2 / District 8 Fire Station, 76 Rd 3950, Farmington

3.1.

Unisex Toilet Room:

3.1.a.

The bottom of the reflecting surface of the only mirror is higher than 40 inches above the finished floor.

TR5

12 months

3.1.b.

The lavatory is inaccessible because the water supply and drain pipes are not insulated or otherwise configured to protect against contact.

LS2

12 months

3.1.c.

The toilet is inaccessible because the flush control is on the closed side.

TR4

6 months

3.1.d.

The rear grab bar does not extend from the centerline of the toilet at least 12 inches on one side and at least 24 inches on the other side.

TR18

3 months

3.1.e.

The required clear floor space at the toilet is blocked by a file cabinet and a trash can that have been placed to the side of the toilet.

TR24

3 months

4.

McGee Park Concession Facilities, #41 Rd 5568, Farmington

4.1.

Smaller concession stand near path to the casino with three service windows: The route to the smaller concession stand is inaccessible because it has a running slope exceeding 5% at the side opposite the stairs but no ramp features, such as handrails on both sides, are provided.

AR1

30 months

4.2.

Larger concession stand between the Multi-Use Building and the Memorial Coliseum with four counters and 12 service windows: No accessible counter is provided.

C1

30 months

5.

Multi-Service Center / Human Resources, 305 S. Oliver, Aztec

5.1.

Parking lot - front:

5.1.a.

The parking lot, with a total of 35 parking spaces, is inaccessible because it has only 1 designated accessible space provided. This lot requires 1 van accessible space and 1 standard accessible space.

P1

3 months

5.1.b.

The designated accessible parking space is inaccessible because a built-up curb ramp protrudes impermissibly onto its access aisle.

P4

18 months

5.1.c.

The designated accessible parking spaces are inaccessible because the vertical signs are mounted 49.5 inches high so can be obscured by a vehicle parked in the space.

P3

3 months

5.2.

Parking lot - side:

5.2.a.

The parking lot, with a total of 35 parking spaces, is inaccessible because it has only 1 designated accessible space provided. This lot requires 1 van accessible space and 1 standard accessible space.

P1

3 months

5.2.b.

The designated accessible parking space is inaccessible because it has no access aisle.

P2

6 months

5.2.c.

The designated accessible parking spaces are inaccessible because the vertical signs are mounted 37 inches high, so can be obscured by a vehicle parked in the space, and no “van-accessible” signage is provided.

P3

3 months

5.3.

Side exterior entrance into Human Resources area: The entryway vestibule’s interior door is inaccessible because it requires 14 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

5.4.

Interior door hardware throughout facility: Numerous doors throughout the facility are inaccessible because the knob hardware requires tight grasping, pinching, or twisting of the wrist to operate.

D2

3 months

5.5.

Human Resources office: The reception counter is inaccessible because it is 43.5 inches high.

C1

18 months

5.6.

Interior route: A metal rod hat rack/shelf near the hallway door in the Community Services area protrudes into the circulation path and is not detectable to a blind person using a white cane.

AR7

6 months

5.7.

Drinking fountain:

5.7.a.

The drinking fountain is inaccessible because it provides only 25.5 inches of knee clearance.

DF4

6 months

5.7.b.

The drinking fountain is inaccessible because the flow of water is less than four inches high.

DF5

6 months

5.8.

Men’s toilet room with stalls:

5.8.a.

The toilet room signage is inaccessible.

TR11

3 months

5.8.b.

The pull side of the door is inaccessible because it has only two inches of maneuvering clearance on the latch side.

D5

12 months

5.8.c.

The hand dryer protrudes into the circulation path and is not detectable to a blind person using a white cane.

AR7

12 months

5.8.d.

None of the urinals provided have a rim that is no higher than 17 inches above the finished floor.

TR8

12 months

5.8.e.

The toilet stall with grab bars is inaccessible because it is 53 inches deep and 39 inches wide.

TR23

3 months

5.8.f.

The coat hook in the toilet stall with grab bars is inaccessible because it is mounted 70 inches above the finished floor.

TR3

3 months

5.8.g.

The toilet in the toilet stall with grab bars is inaccessible because the top of the seat is 15 inches high.

TR9

3 months

5.8.h.

The toilet in the toilet stall with grab bars is inaccessible because the centerline is 20.25 inches from the side wall.

TR7

12 months

5.8.i.

The toilet paper dispenser in the toilet stall with grab bars is inaccessible because it is not mounted on the side wall under the side grab bar.

TR6

3 months

5.8.j.

The side grab bar in the toilet stall with grab bars is mounted with the closer end 14 inches from the rear wall.

TR17

3 months

5.9.

Women’s toilet room with stalls:

5.9.a.

The toilet room signage is inaccessible.

TR11

3 months

5.9.b.

The pull side of the door is inaccessible because it has only 2 inches of clear space on the latch side.

D5

12 months

5.9.c.

The bottom of the reflecting surface of the only mirror is higher than 40 inches above the finished floor.

TR5

12 months

5.9.d.

The hand dryer protrudes into the circulation path and is not detectable to a blind person using a white cane.

AR7

12 months

5.9.e.

The sanitary napkin dispenser is inaccessible because the controls require twisting of the wrist to operate.

CT2

3 months

5.9.f.

The toilet seat cover dispenser in the toilet stall with grab bars is inaccessible because it is mounted 54 inches above the finished floor and is behind the toilet.

CT3

3 months

5.9.g.

The toilet stall with grab bars is inaccessible because it is 53 inches deep and 38.5 inches wide.

TR23

3 months

5.9.h.

The coat hook in the toilet stall with grab bars is inaccessible because it is mounted 81 inches above the finished floor.

TR3

3 months

5.9.i.

The toilet is inaccessible because the centerline is 20.25 inches from the side wall.

TR7

12 months

5.9.j.

The side grab bar in the toilet stall with grab bars is mounted with the closer end 23 inches from the rear wall.

TR17

3 months

6.

Professional Office, 3838 E. Main, Farmington

6.1.

Parking lot:

6.1.a.

The parking lot is inaccessible because there is no “van-accessible” signage.

P5

3 months

6.1.b.

The designated accessible parking spaces are inaccessible because they have running slopes of up to 3.7%, and the built-up curb ramp protrudes impermissibly into the access aisle.

P4

30 months

6.2.

Main exterior entrance: The entryway vestibule’s interior door is inaccessible because it requires 15 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

 

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