ATTACHMENT L: Programs Housed in Others' Facilities

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 County's programs, services, and activities that are operated at facilities owned or controlled by other entities as listed below are, when viewed in their entirety, readily accessible to and usable by persons with mobility impairments, the City/County will ensure that the actions listaed below have been accomplished within the time period specified below, which time period begins to run on the effective date of the Agreement. Alternatively, within 90 days of the effective date of this Agreement, the City/County will submit for review by the Department a plan for providing access for persons with disabilities to the programs, services, and activities housed in the facility.

Item #

Access Issue

Required Action

Completion Date

1.

 

Eleventh Judicial District Court, 103 S. Oliver, Aztec, NM 87410

 

 

1.1.

 

Throughout the facility: Numerous interior doors throughout the facility are inaccessible because they require more than 5 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.2.

 

Family / unisex toilet room in corridor between Courtrooms #1 and #2: The entry door is inaccessible because it requires 13 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.3.

 

Large holding cell (for males): The bottom of the reflecting surface of the only mirror is higher than 40 inches above the finished floor.

TR5

9 months

1.4.

 

Medium holding cell (for females): The bottom of the reflecting surface of the only mirror is higher than 40 inches above the finished floor.

TR5

9 months

1.5.

 

Courtroom #1 jury room:

 

 

1.6.

 

Courtroom #1 jury room women’s toilet room (on the left when facing toilet rooms from hallway): The door is inaccessible because it requires 18 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.7.

 

Courtroom #1 jury room unisex toilet room (on the right when facing toilet rooms from hallway): The door is inaccessible because it requires 18 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.8.

 

Courtroom #2 jury room:

 

 

1.9.

 

Courtroom #2 jury room women’s toilet room (on the left when facing toilet rooms from hallway): The door is inaccessible because it requires more than 5 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.10.

 

Courtroom #2 jury room unisex toilet room (on the right when facing toilet rooms from hallway): The door is inaccessible because it requires more than 5 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.11.

 

Courtroom #3 jury room:

 

 

1.11.a.

 

A shelf near the jury toilet rooms protrudes into the circulation path and is not detectable to a blind person using a white cane.

AR7

6 months

1.12.

 

Courtroom #3 jury room women’s toilet room (on the left when facing toilet rooms from hallway): The entry door requires more than 5 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.13.

 

Courtroom #3 jury room unisex toilet room (on the right when facing toilet rooms from hallway): The entry door requires more than 5 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.14.

 

Women’s toilet room with shower for court employees (near Courtroom #3 chambers): The entry door requires more than 5 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.15.

 

Men’s toilet room with shower for court employees (near Courtroom #3 chambers): The entry door requires more than 5 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.16.

 

Hallway outside Courtroom #4's entrance: An AED device protrudes into the circulation path and is not detectable to a blind person using a white cane.

AR7

6 months

1.17.

 

Clerk’s office (Room 205):

 

 

1.17.a.

 

The entry door requires more than 5 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.17.b.

 

The highest row of a rack of forms in the Public Access area is inaccessible because it is mounted out of reach range at 72 inches above the finished floor.

CT4

6 months

1.18.

 

Administrative Conference unisex toilet room: The entry door requires 18 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.19.

 

Court Programs (Room 201): The entry door requires 10 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.20.

 

Women’s toilet room (near Court Programs):

 

 

1.20.a.

 

The permanent room identification sign is mounted on the door.

TR11

3 months

1.20.b.

 

The entry door requires 15 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.20.c.

 

The toilet compartment is inaccessible because the stall door is not self-closing

TR25

6 months

1.21.

 

Men’s toilet room (near Court Programs):

 

 

1.21.a.

 

The permanent room identification sign is mounted on the door.

TR11

3 months

1.21.b.

 

The entry door requires 15 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.22.

 

Women’s toilet room with stalls (between Courtrooms 1 & 2):

 

 

1.22.a.

 

The entry door requires 15 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

1.23.

 

Men’s toilet room with stalls (between Courtrooms 1 & 2): The entry door requires 15 pounds of force to open.

D3

3 months

2.

 

Farmington Health Center, 355 S. Miller, Farmington

 

 

2.1.

 

Unisex toilet room - employees-only in the WIC area:

 

 

2.1.a.

 

The toilet seat cover dispenser is inaccessible because it is mounted behind the toilet.

CT3

3 months

2.2.

 

Drinking fountain near lobby toilet rooms: The drinking fountain is inaccessible because it provides only 26 inches high of knee clearance.

DF4

9 months

2.3.

 

Women’s toilet room with stalls in lobby near Vital Statistics: The toilet seat cover dispenser is inaccessible because it is mounted behind the toilet.

CT3

3 months

2.4.

 

Men’s toilet room with stalls in lobby near Vital Statistics: The toilet seat cover dispenser is inaccessible because it is mounted behind the toilet.

CT3

3 months

2.5.

 

Unisex toilet room - Exam area: The toilet seat cover dispenser is inaccessible because it is mounted behind the toilet.

CT3

3 months

2.6.

 

Unisex toilet room - employees-only in the Clinic area: The toilet seat cover dispenser is inaccessible because it is mounted behind the toilet.

CT3

3 months

3.

 

Headstart, 805 N. Maddox Dr., Aztec

 

 

3.1.

 

Parking lot: The van accessible parking space is not identified by the required additional sign saying, “Van Accessible”.

P5

3 months

3.2.

 

Drinking fountain in foyer: The knob control on this drinking fountain requires tight grasping and twisting of the wrist.

DF2

9 months

3.3.

 

Unisex toilet room in large classroom:

 

 

3.3.a.

 

The permanent room identification sign is mounted on the door.

TR11

3 months

3.3.b.

 

The hand sanitizer dispenser is mounted out of reach range with the controls 59.5 inches above the finished floor.

CT4

3 months

3.3.c.

 

The top of the toilet seat is 20 inches above the finished floor.

TR9

9 months

3.3.d.

 

The toilet centerline is 18.75 inches from the side wall.

TR7

18 months

3.3.e.

 

The toilet flush control is on the closed side.

TR4

6 months

3.3.f.

 

The rear grab bar is only 31 inches long.

TR14

3 months

3.3.g.

 

The toilet is inaccessible because the side grab bar is obstructed by the toilet paper dispenser.

TR15

3 months

3.4.

 

Interior route: The hand sanitizer dispenser next to the door leading to the smaller classroom is mounted out of reach range with the controls 58.5 inches above the finished floor.

CT4

3 months

3.5.

 

Rear exterior play area: All ground surfaces to all the play elements (gravel / wood chip) do not comply with ASTM F 1951.

AR9

9 months

4.

 

Lower Valley Senior Center, 17 Road 6668, Kirtland

 

 

4.1.

 

Parking lot: The parking lot, with four designated standard accessible spaces, is inaccessible because the lot is unpaved and unstriped, no access aisles are provided, the vertical accessible parking signs can be obscured when a vehicle is parked in the space, and the surfaces are not firm, stable, or slip-resistant.

P1

30 months

4.2.

 

Main entrance (nearest to parking): The entrance door at the left when facing the building from the parking lot is inaccessible because there is a slope of 5.2% within its required maneuvering clearance. The entrance door on the right when facing the building is accessible.

D10

30 months

4.3.

 

Women’s toilet room (main area):

 

 

4.3.a.

 

The toilet room is inaccessible because the sign has no raised or Braille characters and is mounted on the door.

TR11

3 months

4.3.b.

 

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

LS2

6 months

4.3.c.

 

The lavatory is inaccessible because the faucet requires twisting of the wrist to operate.

LS4

3 months

4.3.d.

 

The only paper towel dispenser is mounted out of reach range with the controls 58 inches above the finished floor.

CT4

3 months

4.3.e.

 

The only coat hook is mounted out of reach range at 58 inches above the finished floor.

TR3

3 months

4.3.f.

 

There is no grab bar provided at the rear of the toilet.

TR13

3 months

4.3.g.

 

The toilet paper dispenser is mounted with its bottom edge within 12 inches above the side grab bar.

TR15

3 months

4.3.h. 

The flush control is on the closed side of the toilet.

TR4

3 months

4.4.

 

Men’s toilet room (main area):

 

 

4.4.a.

 

The permanent room identification sign has no raised or Braille characters and is mounted on the door.

TR11

3 months

4.4.b.

 

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

LS2

9 months

4.4.c.

 

The only paper towel dispenser is mounted out of reach range with the controls 57 inches above the finished floor.

CT4

3 months

4.4.d.

 

The only coat hook is mounted out of reach range at 58 inches above the finished floor.

TR3

3 months

4.4.e.

 

The toilet paper dispenser is mounted with its bottom edge within 12 inches above the side grab bar.

TR15

3 months

 

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