Media ContactsKelli Narde — City Public Information Officer and Director of Cultural and Media Services; 303-795-3733
Sheera Poelman — Police Department Public Information Officer; 303-906-0470
The Littleton Report is published six times per year and mailed to all postal patrons in the City of Littleton. It features information about city news, services, programs, and events.
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City ADA Transition Plan
The City of Littleton has been evaluating the accessibility of the public right-of-way and city-owned facilities. This effort has culminated in the creation of draft transition plan describing how the city will achieve compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA, 1990).
View the brief presentation below, which explains the priorities and tentative timelines for addressing non-compliant points in city-owned facilities and within the public right-of-way. The presentation slides can also be downloaded.
|City-Owned Bldgs Map
||Public Right-of-Way Map
|ADA High-resolution Maps [PDF]
|Click on a map to open a larger image in a new window, or open the PDF file above
There are two opportunities to give feedback on the draft plan:
1. Virtually - take the online ADA Transition Plan Survey. Survey will be open through Monday, May 9, 2022:
2. Public meeting May 2 at 5:30 p.m. in the Littleton Center Community Room. Attendees can talk to staff and provide feedback.
How will feedback be addressed
All of the comments received from both the virtual engagement and in-person engagement will be documented and included as an appendix in the Final ADA Transition Plan. City staff will also review all of the comments to determine how each should be addressed and incorporated in the final plan.
Public Works & Utilities Director