ADA transition plan

The overall goal for an ADA transition plan is to provide access to all. Therefore, the City of Maple Grove has developed a plan to make the sidewalks and trails within the public rights-of-way, public buildings, and transit facilities more accessible as outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

  • In 2016, the city initiated a self-evaluation inventory of barriers that may prevent persons with disabilities from reasonable access of facilities located within the public rights-of-way. 
  • The evaluation of public buildings and transit facilities followed in the spring of 2019. 
  • Following annual updates, the City of Maple Grove adopted the ADA transition plan for public buildings, transit facilities, and the public rights-of-way in June 2023.  

  • Adopted Maple Grove ADA transition plan (PDF)
  • ADA grievance form (PDF)

Questions can be directed to City of Maple Grove Transportation Operations Engineer, John Hagen, at 763-494-6364. John also serves as the city’s ADA coordinator--public works/buildings.