ADA Title II Transition Plan

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About the Plan

As required under ADA Title II, the City of Colorado Springs has and maintains an ADA Transition Plan for its buildings and facilities. The City recently conducted a reassessment of the physical accessibility of its building and facilities and is updating its ADA Transition Plan to better reflect current conditions. This plan assists with a long-term strategic approach to continue improvements to the accessibility of City facilities, programs, activities and services. Because of the large number of City buildings and facilities, the City is releasing this information in phases.

Phase 1: City Administration Building, City Hall, Municipal Court, and Pioneers Museum

Public Comment Period March 7 - April 6, 2019

Phase 2: Police Facilities

Public Comment Period April 1 - 30, 2019

Phase 3: Community Centers, Sertich Ice Center and Beidleman Center

Public Comment Period April 29 - May 28, 2019

Phase 4: Fire Stations

Public Comment Period May 31- June 30, 2019

Phase 5: The Parking Enterprise

Public Comment Period June 28 - July 28, 2019

Phase 6: 702 and 704 E Boulder St., City Auditorium, Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services Office, Senior Center, Streets Division and Traffic Operations Center

Public Comment Period July 31 - August 30, 2019

Phase 7: Pikes Peak - America's Mountain

Public Comment Period August 30 - September 29, 2019

Public Comment

The City is asking the public to provide comments and feedback on this reassessment information. Public comments and feedback for each phase will be accepted for 30 days after publication. Comments are accepted via mail, email and fax:


Office of Accessibility
City of Colorado Springs
PO BOX 1575 Mail code 325
Colorado Springs, CO 80901-1575




Transition Plan Phases

The phases to be released include:

  • Phase 1: Transition Plan Executive Summary and Self-Evaluation information for the City Administration Building, Municipal Court, City Hall and Pioneers Museum 
  • Phase 2: Self-evaluation information for Police Stations
  • Phase 3: Self-evaluation information for Community Centers, Sertich Ice Center and Beidleman Center
  • Phase 4: Self-evaluation information for Fire Stations
  • Phase 5: Self-evaluation information for the Parking Enterprise
  • Phase 6: Self-evaluation information for City Auditorium, Office of Sustainability, Public Works facilities, Senior Center & Golf Acres and Parks Administration Office
  • Phase 7: Self-evaluation information for Pikes Peak - America’s Mountain
  • Phase 8: Self-evaluation information for Cemetery and Golf Course Enterprises
  • Phase 9: Self-evaluation information for Sports Complexes and Recreation Centers
  • Phase 10: Self-evaluation information for the Colorado Springs Airport
  • Phase 11: Self-evaluation information for Mountain Metro Transit
  • Phase 12: Self-evaluation information for Memorial Park
  • Phase 13: Self-evaluation information for Regional Parks
  • Phase 14: Self-evaluation information for Community Parks
  • Phase 15: Self-evaluation information for NeighborhoodA geographic sub0area within the city that contains but is not limited to residential land uses. The extent of a neighborhood is variable and may be defined by tradition, organizational boundaries, the period of building and development, or subdivision patterns. Neighborhood boundaries may include such features as major streets or other physical elements. Parks

Submit requests for alternate formats to or call 719/385-5175 (7-1-1 via Colorado Relay).