County's Goal to Ensure Accessibility
It is the goal of the Plumas County government to ensure accessibility to all county programs and facilities for the citizens of Plumas County, including meeting all requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and California law.
Since the act was signed into law, Plumas County has made continual strides toward ensuring accessibility to all county programs and services. In the past several years there have been a number of construction projects that have removed architectural barriers to our facilities. Some of these projects have gone as far as a total replacement of the Courthouse Annex with a new Health and Human Services Center, as well as a new animal shelter and a new one-stop permit center.
Filing a Complaint
The purpose of the ADA grievance procedure (PDF) is to resolve as promptly as possible any problems, complaints, or conflicts related to the county's ADA compliance without the need for the complainant to resort to other remedies available under the law.
When filing a complaint (PDF), the county will make every reasonable effort to ensure that confidentiality is maintained throughout the complaint and investigation process, to the extent consistent with the law, adequate investigation, and appropriate corrective action.
The county's ADA coordinator is taking the lead in assuring accessibility to polling places and other important public facilities. To assist in our continuing effort to make all county programs and services as accessible as possible, we welcome your concerns and observations in relation to accessible facilities and programs.
If you have any questions or have a comment you would like to share, please contact ADA Coordinator JD Moore at (530) 283-6069.