ADA Transition Plan

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The City of Harrisonburg has adopted an ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Transition Plan for the public right-of-way (streets and accompanying mobility infrastructure) to document current accessibility deficiencies and establish policies and procedures to make transportation facilities in Harrisonburg accessible to all, regardless of ability, over time. This plan covers public pedestrian infrastructure types including walkways (sidewalks and shared use paths), intersections (curb ramps, crosswalks, pedestrian signals), on-street parking, bus stops, and work zones. Note the plan does not cover City properties, buildings, programs, or services that are outsie of the public right-of-way (such as transit service and parks). 

ADA Transition Plan Documents

ADA Transition PlanPDF [2MB]

Questions, suggestions, or to express a concern regarding ADA accommodations in the public right-of-way, you must submit a Notice of Concern PDF [527KB] to Erin Fisher, Public Works Planning Manager at or by dropping the Notice of Concern off at the Public Works Department, 320 East Mosby Road. You may call the Public Works Department at 540-434-5928 and verbally relay the information requested on the form, if needed. 

Grievance Procedure

If you are not satisfied with the response received by the Public Works Department, you may follow the Grievance Procedure. PDF [128KB]

To discuss ADA accommodations regarding public transit, please contact the Harrisonburg Department of Public Transportation at 540-434-0492. For all other city facilities, programs, and services, contact Amy Snider, Deputy City Manager at 540-434-7701 or email

Visual Aids Used for March 14, 2024 Public Open House