Updated April 28, 2020
The Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization is committed to ensuring that all website users can access and interact with our programs, services, and activities virtually. We recognize that many visitors and residents are increasingly using our website to access information about what we do, obtain services, participate in our meetings, and provide feedback.
We also recognize that users of the website who have disabilities may use the website with the assistance of technology, including screen readers, captioning, transcripts, and other auxiliary aids and services. As outlined below, we want to provide users with information about how to connect with us and provide feedback and opportunities for how to enhance our communication with users who require technology assistance.
Our website offers a wide range of information and services, and we recognize that for users with disabilities, there may be opportunities to access some material on our site. We are interested in connecting with users who leverage technology assistance and want to know about your experiences, so we can address the opportunities you identify.
We are in the process of assessing our website’s accessibility with the assistance of experts in web accessibility and the mandates of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.
What to Do If You Encounter A Problem Using Our Website:
Web accessibility concerns, or any other accessibility concerns, should be brought to the attention of our Public Information Officer/Title VI Coordinator. We will respond within one (1) business day.
Direct Phone Number: 239-330-2243
Mail to: Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization
P. O. Box 150045, Cape Coral, FL 33915
Please provide the following information:
- Your name:
- Your phone number:
- Your email address:
- The date and time you encountered a problem using our website:
- The web page/web address on which the problem occurred:
- What occurred/what were you unable to do:
- Any error messages you received:
We strive to ensure that our website complies with WCAG 2.0 AA but recognize that alternatives to using the website should be available if a user with a disability encounters a problem using our website. Should you encounter such a problem, we urge you to contact our Public Information Officer/Title VI Coordinator, who will provide an alternative way to quickly provide the information you are seeking through the website. Also, should you wish to file an ADA Grievance to alert us to any problems you may be experiencing, you can also contact us by writing to the following email address: email@example.com.
What is WCAG 2.0 AA?
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 guidelines are categorized into three levels of conformance to meet the needs of different groups and different situations: A (lowest), AA (mid-range), and AAA (highest). Conformance at higher levels indicates conformance at lower levels. For example, by conforming to AA, a Web page meets both the A and AA conformance levels. Level A sets a minimum level of accessibility and does not achieve broad accessibility for many situations. AA compliance is recommended for all information on the website.