​Digital Accessibility

The City of Thornton is committed to ensuring that its websites and other digital content are accessible to everyone, including individuals with disabilities.  If you require a reasonable accommodation or reasonable modification to access any online materials or other digital information, resources, or services, or if you would like to report inaccessible digital content, please contact Digital Accessibility Team at 303-538-7439 or by email at digitalaccessibility@thorntonco.gov.  The City will reply to reports of inaccessible digital content and requests for reasonable accommodations and modifications within three business days of receipt.

Digital Accessibility Plan

The purpose of this Plan is to provide formal guidelines, goals, and timelines related to the City’s efforts to improve digital accessibility throughout the City in accordance and in compliance with the Digital Accessibility Law. The Plan will serve as a means of formal documentation of the procedures and progress of compliance. The Plan will also be incorporated into the City’s overall ADA Transition Plan, which is updated annually. The City is committed to making its websites and digital content accessible to everyone, including individuals with disabilities.

Download the Digitial Accessibility Plan