Girls playing on the playground at Westermeier Commons

ADA & Inclusion

    ADA & Inclusion

    Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation is committed to ensuring individuals with disabilities have an equal opportunity to participate in our programs, services, and activities.


    Request for Modifications

    All of our programs and facilities are designed with inclusion in mind. If you or your family member would like to participate in any program or use our facility, we can make modifications to meet your needs. Requests for modifications must be made at least one month before participation. 

    Request for Modification


    Transition Plan

    In 2015, Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation implemented an American’s with Disabilities Act audit on all of their facilities, parks, programs, and policies. From this audit, we created our ADA Transition Plan. 

    Transition Plan


    Grievance Process + Form

    If you have had an accessibility or inclusion issue that is covered under the ADA with one of our facilities, parks, programs, or policies please file a complaint within 60 days of the incident. Complaints should be in writing whenever possible; however, if you are unable to write your complaint due to disability, alternatives are available. Please use the Grievance Form or contact our ADA Coordinator Katie Smith at to discuss alternate methods for filing a complaint. Once a complaint is filed, you will receive confirmation of receipt within 48 business hours from the CCPR Inclusion Team. The Department will contact you with the final results within 120 days.

    If this does not satisfactorily resolve the issue, qualified individuals may submit an appeal. Submit appeals within 15 days of the decision. Appeals should be in writing addressed to CCPR ADA Coordinator Katie Smith, Within 30 days, the Department will respond to the appeal.


    Get to Know Our Team

    Katie Smith, CTRS
    ADA Coordinator

    Michelle Yadon, MA, RDT/BCT, CTRS, CPRP, ACTCP
    Recreation Program Manager


    ADA Website Compliance

    This site was developed according to ADA best practices, meeting the ADA Web Content Accessibility Guideline (WCAG 2.0 A, AA) rules.