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Web Accessibility

When websites and applications follow accessibility best practices, they find wider audiences, improve our search engine rankings and protect our County from legal liability. That’s why, as part of our commitment to ensuring that government services and information are equally available to all members of our community, the County strives to comply with the standards set forth within the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, AA.

Not sure if your project meets those standards? We can assess your web and digital products for compliance. In addition, we employ automated web governance software that helps us monitor and maintain websites, ensuring that we deliver high-quality user experiences to our residents and visitors.

Request Accessibility (ADA) Review


Common Accessibility Issues - A list of common issues, fixes and suggested reading.

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 – The most commonly applied standards for web accessibility.

Site Improve Chrome Extension – This extension checks web pages for common accessibility errors and provides strategies for remediation.

Google Lighthouse Chrome Extension – Provides a variety of feedback on accessibility, page speed and more.

NVDA Screenreader – NVDA is a freely available screen reader relied upon by many users with disabilities.