Public Participation Documents

Public Participation Plan
The TPO’s Public Participation Plan (PPP) has been developed as a way to initiate proactive efforts for providing complete information, timely public notice and full access to key decision-making as it occurs in the planning process.  The PPP underwent a major update in 2016 and was adopted by the TPO Board on November 23, 2016.

The TPO would like to thank you for taking the time to look at our Public Participation Plan.

The River to Sea TPO represents a diverse community and welcomes the thoughts and input of community advocates, citizens, businesses, students, etc.  We believe that good decision-making occurs when all factors are fully considered. While much of our information comes from technical analyses, it is clear that the human experience provides important details that help to understand and support the data. This means gathering input from people throughout our communities to ensure we are aware of the needs that exist and impacts of projects be developed.
We would like you to be aware of the work we are doing and welcome any input that you can provide in whichever way is most comfortable for you – perhaps through email, visiting our website, giving us a call or attending one of our meetings.
Public Participation Plan (adopted 11-23-16)

 

Title VI Policy Statement and Discrimination Complaint Procedures
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act prohibits any person in the United States from being denied the benefits of or discriminated against under any program or activity that receives federal financial assistance.

The R2CTPO values diversity and both welcomes and actively seeks input from all interested parties, regardless of cultural identity, background or income level. Moreover, the River to Sea TPO does not tolerate discrimination in any of its programs, services or activities. The River to Sea TPO will not exclude participation in, deny the benefits of, or subject to discrimination anyone on the grounds of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, income or family status. The River to Sea TPO will actively work to ensure the inclusion of everyone in our community so that the River to Sea TPO’s programs, services and activities represent the diversity we enjoy.

The River to Sea TPO’s Title VI Policy Statement and Discrimination Complaint Procedures were updated and adopted on May 24, 2017.
Title VI Plan (adopted 05-24-17)
Title VI Complaint Form – English (adopted 05-24-17)
Formulario de Queja Titulo VI – Espanol (adopted 05-24-17)


Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Access Plan 

The Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Access Plan’s goal is to ensure that the River to Sea TPO recognizes the needs of limited English proficient (LEP) members of the community, implements a plan to communicate effectively and ensures reasonable access to our processes, information and decision-making.
Limited English Proficiency Plan (adopted 05-24-17)