$750,000 grant helps San Juan County, N.M., make buildings ADA compliant

$750,000 grant helps San Juan County, N.M., make buildings ADA compliant

Widespread improvements planned for 2021
Devin Neeley, San Juan County spokesperson, describes on Thursday how steep pavement grades cause accessibility issues for mobility-impaired community members. The county plans to fix the issue using new federal grant funding.

$750,000 grant helps San Juan County, N.M., make buildings ADA compliant

Devin Neeley, San Juan County spokesperson, describes on Thursday how steep pavement grades cause accessibility issues for mobility-impaired community members. The county plans to fix the issue using new federal grant funding.
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Facilities scheduled for improvements

San Juan County, New Mexico, has been awarded $750,000 to address Americans with Disabilities Act upgrades at 22 facilities.
11th Judicial District Court.San Juan County Administration Building.San Juan County Adult Detention Center.San Juan County District Attorney’s Office.Head Start.San Juan County Juvenile Center.San Juan County Juvenile Treatment Center.San Juan County Public Health Office.Cedar Hill Fire Station #1 (used as a polling place).Sullivan Road Fire Station (Used as a polling place).Riverview Golf Course.Cedar Hill Fire Station No. 2 (used as a polling place).Center Point Fire Station No. 1 (used as a polling place).Blanco Fire Station No. 1 (used as a polling place).Flora Vista Fire Station No. 4 (used as a polling place).Lee Acres Fire Station No. 1 (used as a polling place).Salmon Ruins Museum.San Juan County Communications Center.Lee Acres Sheriff’s Office Substation.Multi-Services Center (San Juan County Public Works Offices).Vector Control Building.Voting Machine Building.

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