The Madera ADA Advisory Council (MADAAC) is comprised of seven members that serve four-year terms. Appointees shall be residents of the City of Madera. Regular meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month at 3:30 p.m. at City Hall. Appointments to MADAAC are made by City Council Members.
Individuals serve in an advisory capacity to the City Council and staff on ADA matters including promoting pedestrian safety and access to all public streets; ensuring that all public buildings and facilities, services, programs, and activities are in compliance with ADA regulations; promoting inclusion of the disabled community in the City’s emergency and disaster preparedness plans; developing disability awareness and educational outreach programs; working with various City of Madera departments to ensure that all public buildings and facilities, remodeled and newly constructed, are in compliance with current laws guaranteeing access for all people with disabilities; promoting affordable and accessible housing in the community; making recommendations regarding unmet transit needs; and ensuring grievance procedures are followed and enforced as described in MADAAC’s bylaws.
ADA Self Evaluation & Transition Plan