Americans with Disabilities (ADA)

Washington County will provide full and equal access to its services and programs. The county will provide effective auxiliary aids (including ASL interpreters and Video Remote Interpreting) and services that will:

  • Permit deaf and hard-of-hearing people to communicate with its staff.
  • Allow effective communication with all deaf and hard-of-hearing people. 

Sign language, oral interpreters, video remote interpreting, texting, TTYs, and other auxiliary services are available to deaf and hard-of-hearing people free of charge.

Washington County will not retaliate against, or coerce in any way, any person who exercises or attempts to exercise his or her rights to services and programs of Washington County.

If you need help or have a question, please contact the County ADA Coordinator by phone 651-430-6083 or email.

Washington County is committed to ensuring the services, programs, and activities offered by the county are accessible to all individuals, including qualified individuals with disabilities as required by 42 United States Code Section 12132: 28 Code of Federal Regulations Section 35.130.

County ADA Policy

If you need a reasonable accommodation, assistance or  more information, see the county ADA Policy (PDF).

ADA Comment Form

The county appreciates and welcomes your comments. To provide feedback, complete the comment form (PDF).

ADA Grievance Form

To file an ADA complaint or concern, complete the ADA Grievance Form (PDF).

ADA Transition Plan

Cover Page (Rich Text) (PDF)

Washington County ADA Transition Plan (Rich Text) (PDF)

Appendix A (Rich Text) (PDF)

Appendix B (Rich Text) (PDF)

Appendix C (Rich Text) (PDF)

  • ADA Boards (Rich Text) (PDF)
  • ADA Communication (Rich Text) (PDF)

Appendix D (Rich Text) (PDF)

Appendix E (Rich Text) (PDF)

Appendix F (Rich Text) (PDF)