Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Since the adoption of the American's with Disabilities Act of 1990, The City of Inver Grove Heights strives to provide accessible pedestrian features as part of the City's Capital Improvement Projects. 

 The City has updated their procedures to accommodate federal guidelines and MnDOT guidelines. The maintenance of pedestrian facilities within the public right of way has followed the practices set forth by the City. The City also has annual street improvement projects, pedestrian trail, ramps and exterior accessible walks dedicated to abiding to the ADA requirements. 

The City developed a transition plan to establish policies that fit in with best management practices. To learn more, read about the City's ADA Transition Plan.  

ADA Transition Plan

The city has an ADA Policy and Procedure to make sure the City of Inver Grove Heights does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission to, access to, or operations of its programs, services or activities.  There is a procedure in place to request for accommodations or complete a grievance.  Below you will find information on these procedures.  

ADA Policy and Procedure

Questions regarding our ADA accommodations and grievance procedures should go to Eric Carlson, Parks and Recreation Director.

  1. Adam Lares

    Parks and Recreation Director