ACCESSIBILITY

ACCESSIBILITY

Americans with Disabilities Act

ADA MISSION STATEMENT

To provide accessible recreation for the people with disabilities of the County of Los Angeles.

ADA NOTICE

Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the County of Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation has designated an ADA Coordinator to effect compliance with the non-discriminatory provisions of the ADA. Upon 3 day request/notice, sign language interpretation and related materials in alternative formats (Braille-transcript, large print, audio-record, video captioning, etc.) or any other accommodations are available for County sponsored activities and events. For more information you may contact the ADA Coordinator’s Office at (213) 738-2970, TTY (213) 427-6118, Fax (213) 738-8398.

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES COORDINATOR’S MOTTO:
I will always strive for an amicable resolution of complaints, grievances and reasonable accommodations by taking the following steps:

  • To investigate the claim
  • To take corrective action
  • To facilitate the law compliance

The County of Los Angeles (County) is committed to the universal accessibility of information contained on its website (Website). The design of the Website is optimized to ensure broad readability and usability, which include accessibility criteria and features for people with disabilities, so they may be able to see, understand, navigate, interact, and contribute to the Website effectively.

The Website is currently a combination of new and old technologies, and new and existing content. The Website Home Page and supporting web pages are compliant with Section 508 of the United States Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (together, Guidelines). However, the Website contains links to departmental, agency and third-party websites and features that may not be in compliance with the Guidelines. Some existing content may meet only the minimum required compliance standards. This will be resolved as departments and others update their existing websites and continue efforts to monitor and maintain acceptable compliance levels. However, this may not include third party software/tools, search engines, widgets, Add Ins, APIs, etc. which the County does not maintain or control.

CASCADING STYLE SHEETS (CSS)

The Website pages are designed with style sheets that allow a consistent, uniform appearance of headings and body text. This design feature also enables some browsers to override the Website style sheets with their own, thus providing content that is easier viewed by those who have visual impairments.

COLOR CONTRAST

The background and foreground colors on the Website pages provide sufficient contrast to be viewable by someone having color deficits.

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