Title VI

Title VI was enacted as part of the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964. It prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, and national origin in programs and activities receiving federal financial assistance.

Notice to Public
Title VI Plan
LEP Report
Standard US DOT Title VI Assurances
Non-Discrimination Statement of Policy
Title VI Complaint Procedure
External Complaint Form

ADA Statement

In 1990, the Federal Government enacted the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”). The Town of Leo-Cedarville, Indiana recognizes its legal obligation to comply with Title II of the ADA and hereby establishes a transition plan to ensure compliance of this federal law, rules and regulations. Therefore Leo-Cedarville will identify barriers that exist and state how and when the barriers are to be removed by providing a means to address complaints of discrimination, by encouraging public input to assess, address and meet access needs, and by establishing periodic reviews of the plan to monitor progress and compliance. The purpose of the Plan is to ensure that the citizens of Leo-Cedarville are provided full access to the Leo-Cedarville programs, services and activities in a timely manner. The Leo-Cedarville elected officials and staff believe the ability to accommodate disabled persons is essential to good customer service, the quality of life Leo-Cedarville residents seek to enjoy and to effective governance. Title II of the ADA requires that each of the Leo-Cedarville services, programs and activities, when viewed in their entirety, be readily accessible and usable by individuals with disabilities.

ADA Transition Plan

Grievance Procedure

ADA Grievance Form