Portland seeks input about acessibility
PORTLAND — The Portland Disability Advisory Committee is seeking input about city accessibility and livability through a new online survey.
The confidential survey seeks to build on a March 24 public forum on accessibility issues, and to improve quality of life for people with disabilities who live and work in the city. Included are questions about demographics, living conditions, and means of transportation.
The committee serves in an advisory capacity to City Manager Mark Rees.