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Do you have an accessibility problem with a county maintained road? Use this form to report a problem. After submitting the form, it will be distributed to both the Department of Public Works as well as the County's ADA Coordinator. The first thing staff will do is verify if the problem is on a County maintained road.
If the problem is a road maintenance issue (such as a pothole) and not an ADA accessibility issue, please use the Request for Service on County Maintained Roads Form. The link is above.
the Department of Public Works will advise you to contact the party responsible for that road.
your request will be investigated and a plan to resolve the problem will be put in place. In some instances, such as vegetation growing over the sidewalk, the fronting landowner will be notified of the problem and is obligated to resolve the problem. In some instances, such as a utility pole blocking passage, the utility company will be notified and is obligated to resolve the problem. In other instances, such as a problem with the curb ramp, the County is responsible for addressing the problem.
staff will contact you to discuss your concerns; therefore it is helpful if you provide the County with your name and contact information. Some problems such as having vegetation trimmed or trash cans removed can happen fairly quickly. Other problems such as constructing a curb ramp may take a significant amount of time.
Please call the Department of Public Works ~ Road Maintenance Division at 707.445.7421
This is a link to the ADA regulations set forth in 28 CFR Part 35. This link will open in a new window.
Check ALL boxes that apply:
Tell us what the problem is and what you think the County should do to fix it.
If you have photos of the problem you may include them. Click the BROWSE button to upload photos.
The County needs to know exactly where the problem is. Without knowing where the problem is, we cannot work to address the problem. There are 3 ways to identify the location of the problem area. The most accurate way is using google maps coordinates. The second most accurate way is to provide an Assessor Parcel Number. The third way is by providing an address. Please consider using the google map coordinates as it provides the County with the most accurate location. Instructions for finding coordinates or the Assessor Parcel Number will be shown when you select the appropriate option.
(Example: 40.780407, -124.161374)
Instructions: Using Google Maps, insert a Placemark at the location where the problem is located. Copy and paste the coordinates into the cell below. For help use the link below for the Google Maps Help File.
Instructions: The APN is a 12 digit number. (Example: 404-023-018-000) You can find an APN using the County's Geographic Information System (GIS). The link to the GIS is shown below.
Click the link to open a new window with the County's GIS
(Example: 1106 Second Street, Eureka)
We require your name and telephone number or email address in case we need to contact you regarding the problem. If we cannot find the problem, then we can't fix it. If you don't have a phone number, please provide us with your email address or mailing address.
If you do not have a telephone, please enter 555-555-5555
If you don't have a telephone number, please enter your email address. If you don't have a telephone number or an email address, please enter your mailing address.
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