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April is National Safe Digging Month!

As we welcome spring, let's also welcome a commitment to safety. Whether you're planting a garden or embarking on a construction project, remember to call 811 before you dig! 

By contacting 811, you ensure that underground utilities are marked, preventing accidents and protecting our communities. Let's dig responsibly and keep everyone safe together!

Learn more about Safe Digging Month and the importance of calling 811 at

ADA Transition Plan

An ADA Transition Plan is a strategic document designed to ensure that public entities adhere to the accessibility standards outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). It serves as a roadmap for identifying and addressing barriers to access for individuals with disabilities within public facilities, programs, services, and activities. The plan outlines steps for conducting self-evaluations, identifying barriers, developing strategies for removal, establishing timelines for implementation, and implementing ongoing monitoring and updates. By creating and implementing an ADA Transition Plan, public entities demonstrate their commitment to inclusivity and compliance with federal accessibility regulations, ultimately fostering a more equitable and accessible environment for all members of the community.

ADA Transition Plan Press Release 

City of Oxford, NC: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan Community Engagement Survey