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Posted on: July 7, 2021

Roseville Proclaims Americans With Disabilities Day

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The City of Roseville joins communities across the nation to declare July 26, 2021 as Americans With Disabilities Day. July 26 is the anniversary of the enactment of the Americans With Disabilities Act.

On June 21, the City Council approved Roseville’s Americans With Disabilities Act Day Proclamation. The proclamation acknowledges the city’s efforts to become an inclusive community that is free of physical, communication and social barriers. It also recognizes that challenges continue to exist and that the city is committed to full equity and inclusion for all. 

Roseville’s Americans With Disabilities Day Proclamation can be viewed at www.cityofroseville.com/Proclamations

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