The County of San Diego has a strong commitment and history of providing accessible services to the community, including the removal of architectural barriers in County buildings and parks. Maintenance of existing accessible features has been and will continue to be a priority in County of San Diego facilities.
In accordance with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the County has evaluated access at our facilities and created ADA Transition Plans. These Plans assist the County of San Diego in identifying barriers to accessibility and developing barrier removal solutions that facilitate access for all.
The Department of Parks and Recreation manages a wide variety of facilities and over 50,000 acres throughout the County of San Diego. Our ADA Transition Planning was completed in two phases: Phase 1 includes our most heavily used facilities and our moderately used facilities and Phase 2 includes our less heavily used facilities. Links our ADA Transition Plan for all three phases are below.
For any questions regarding Accessibility in County Parks, please contact Brad Roberts at (858) 966-1345.