The Lapeer County Board of Commissioners will hold an informational public hearing regarding Lapeer County’s allocated $17 million dollars in funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).
DATE:          Wednesday, October 13, 2021
TIME:           6:00 P.M.
LOCATION: Lapeer County Complex
                    Commission Chambers, Basement Level
                    255 Clay Street
                     Lapeer, Michigan 48446
REGISTER: Pre-Registration is preferred so that we can plan seating
                    arrangements accordingly. Please register on the County’s
                    website/main page:
           with your
                    name, email address and estimated number of attendees
                    in your party or you may call the Administration Office at
                    the number listed below.
Citizen participation is encouraged and welcomed. If you are not available
to attend in person, the hearing will also be available to be viewed live on
the Countys YouTube Channel which can be found on the Countys website
under the Frequently Requestedtab.



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If you are disabled and require reasonable accommodation for this meeting, contact the following office 48 hours before the meeting, in writing, or by telephone:


                                        Lapeer County Administration Office

                                        255 Clay Street, Suite 301

                                        Lapeer, MI   48446

                                        Phone: (810) 667-0366




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Lapeer County Website Accessibility Standards

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

The Americans with Disabilities Act, together with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, provide inspiration, guidance and standards related to making Internet Web sites accessible.

In a large part, it means providing a site whereby purely visual elements can be represented as text, which then can be processed by screen-reader technology and read to the visually impaired.

It also means constructing navigation's system that are simply structured, anticipating how a disabled person may use and site, and anticipating the type of assistive technologies they may use -- moving down, across and through busy Web site pages.

Lapeer County strives to provide public online accessibility to the information made available on to the broadest number of persons as is reasonably possible. While much of the standards provided -- primarily from the globally-connected World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) -- remain wide open to various interpretations and solutions, compliance can mean the difference between opening the doors wider to governmental service delivery versus slamming the doors closed to some of your citizens. All reasonable efforts are made to ensure that supports the most commonly used web browser software.

This is what you'll find with Lapeer County’s website:

Provided in text-heavy formats;
Strict standards are in place related to design and layout;
Constructed so that all graphics are specifically labeled.

However, to ensure the highest security (2048-bit encryption strength) for credit or other personal information provided by users during an online transaction with, some older browsers may not be supported. As a general internet security recommendation, users are encouraged to keep their browser software updated to ensure that they have the latest browser security updates available.

Lapeer County is committed to continuing its development philosophy whereby accessibility is one of the highest priorities.

As of December 2018, the County's website has begun the process of designing to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) which reflects 2.1 and AA Level of the website standards.

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    To read PDF documents with a screen reader, please visit the Adobe Reader Accessibility website which provides useful tools and resources.


CONTACT: If you need to have further assistance or resolution to an accessibility matter, please feel free to contact the Lapeer County Administration Office at (810) 667-0366 during normal hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.