ADA Advisory Committee  


The ADA Advisory Task Force is a group of dedicated volunteers, working to identify areas in the City’s right-of-way where there might be a barrier for accessibility. The committee’s purpose is to identify various issues relating to pedestrian access to sidewalks and streets, including crosswalks, curb ramps, street furnishings, pedestrian signals, parking, and other components of public right -of-way and report them to the Sidewalk Committee. Immediate hazard issues will be reported directly to the Commissioner of Public Services.

The City of Lebanon has shown its commitment to accessibility by establishing the City of Lebanon ADA Sidewalk Maintenance Account. This account maintains and repairs sidewalks and curb ramps to make an accessible and usable community for as many people as possible regardless of age, ability, or circumstance. For more information about the committee or the meetings, please contact Kathleen Vail at 615.444.3647 Ext. 2320.

The City has also committed to improving existing sidewalks and constructing new sidewalks to create a more walkable community.

The ADA Advisory Task Force will also make recommendations regarding various programs, city buildings, properties, recreational facilities, etc.


  • 11:00 AM
  • Quarterly
  • Town Meeting Hall

Next Scheduled Meeting


     December 16, 2019

Agendas and Minutes

View agendas and minutes.


  • Maggie Lea, Chairman
  • Bernie Ash, Mayor
  • Tick Bryan, City Councilor
  • Lynn Cable
  • Labraunya Horton
  • Rusty Clemmons
  • Melissa Wright
  • Susan Bowman
  • Butch Jenkins
  • Kathleen Vail, Planning Administrator
  • Dillan Jackson, Engineer
  • Jeff Baines, Commissioner of Public Services
  • Andy Wright, City Attorney
  • Regina Santana, Engineering Services Director
  • Lee Ann Crosslin, ADA Coordinator

2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design Guide

2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design Image

ADA Documents