It is a group of people who help local businesses, governments and citizens understand their rights and obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). We try to find inexpensive ways to for people to comply. Our members have a variety of disabilities, and some of us are friends or family members of people with disabilities.
What does the ADA Advisory committee do?
We meet monthly to give feedback to the City of Pueblo on its plans to make buildings and services accessible to people with disabilities. We also help citizens with concerns they bring to us.
What is the history of the ADA Advisory Committee?
It was established in 2003 as part a settlement with the Department of Justice. Pueblo was reviewed for compliance with the ADA by the Department of Justice and found to have many access problems. Our primary duty is to help the City of Pueblo be as accessible as possible, but we also offer help to individuals, businesses and other local governments.
Can I join the ADA Advisory Committee?
Yes, if you live in the City Limits of Pueblo. There are a total of 15 membership slots, and when there are vacancies, you can apply to join.
How do I join the ADA Advisory Committee?
To find out about openings or to join the committee, please email, call at 719-553-2267, or write Sam Vigil, ADA Coordinator. The mailing address is: 211 E. D St. Pueblo, CO 81003
Can I attend meetings?
Yes. Meetings are open to the public. All meetings are held in mobility-accessible rooms. If you will need another accommodation, please notify us 48 hours in advance.
How can I find out what you are doing?
Our minutes of our meetings, and agendas for upcoming meetings are on this website. If you wish to get speak at a meeting, please let the Chair know and get placed on the agenda.
How do I contact the ADA committee?
To contact the committee, please email, call at 719-553-2267, or write Sam Vigil, ADA Coordinator. The mailing address is: 211 E. D St. Pueblo, CO 81003
He will have the right person on the committee get in touch with you.