What is the Mobility, Accessibility and Transportation Commission?

The Mobility, Accessibility and Transportation Commission is a group of volunteer citizens that assess all modes of transportation in the City.  They work to identify, educate, and advise Common Council and city staff on issues that present obstacles to equal rights, access, and privileges for persons with disabilities. The Commission meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 6:00 pm in Common Council Chambers, 3rd floor, City Hall, 108 E. Green Street.  Everyone is welcome to attend and public comment at the beginning of the meeting is welcomed.

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1. Are property owners responsible for clearing ice & snow from sidewalks?
2. Who do I call if shrubs and bushes grow over sidewalks?
3. Is it legal to park your car in a way that blocks the sidewalk?
4. Are stores and restaurants allowed to block sidewalks with signs and tables?
5. What are the responsibilities of event planners to make sure events are accessible?
6. Can contractors block sidewalks during construction projects?
7. What is the Mobility, Accessibility and Transportation Commission?