Marblehead residents urged to take accessibility survey

The town of Marblehead is in the process of conducting a self-evaluation and transition plan to ensure residents and visitors have access to all town buildings, programs and services.

The town has engaged the Edward J. Collins Center for Public Management to assist with the plan, which is required by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1991. According to town officials, an important part of this planning process is providing opportunities for the public to offer input and voice concerns.

This survey is intended to gather preliminary data to assist the planning team in identifying any barriers to access for individuals with disabilities at town buildings or within the programs and services it currently offers. Once the initial study is completed, the town will solicit additional input on how to best address any deficiencies that are found.

The accessibility survey, which will only take a few minutes to complete, can be found at

If you need assistance in completing this survey or would like to request an alternative format, contact Marcia Birmingham at or call the Collins Center at 617-287-4824. 

Marblehead Current staff
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