Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

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The City of Gardner is committed to ensuring access to city-administered services, programs and activities for all people, regardless of disability. The City's ADA Coordinator is responsible for responding to ADA concerns.

The City's ADA Coordinator is Michael Kramer. The email address has been established for ADA-related inquiries and/or grievances.

Direct inquiries to:

Michael Kramer
ADA Coordinator
120 E Main St
Gardner, KS 66030

The following information is in adherence to the Americans with Disabilities Act. It contains the following information:

In accordance with ADA guidelines, if you need special accommodation to attend any city meeting or event, please notify the ADA Coordinator at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled meeting or event.

The City of Gardner recently partnered with the Public Policy and Management Center (PPMC) at Wichita State University’s to assist with the development of an online citizen survey regarding accessibility for people with physical disabilities.  The purpose of the survey was to solicit community input on priorities, perceptions and overall community direction regarding barriers for people with disabilities. To view the final results of the survey, please click here.

*In 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was established to prohibit discrimination and ensure equal opportunity for people with disabilities.