The SVMPO commits to a policy of non-discrimination and strives to ensure nondiscrimination in all of its programs and activities, whether those programs and activities are federally funded or not. The SVMPO Title Plan is updated annually and is usually adopted in June of each year. This Plan includes the most recent data about the demographic profile for the SVMPO region, outreach strategies for the region’s vulnerable population groups, and describes the process to address any complaints that might be filed against the SVMPO. An annual Title VI Goal and Accomplishment report is also submitted to the Arizona Department of Transportation’s Civil Right’s Division by August of each year.
Any person that believes they may have a complaint about how they, or a class of person, has been treated by any of the federally funded programs or activities that the SVMPO administers, the SVMPO would like to know about your concerns and work with you to find a resolution. The forms below provide information about how to file your complaint and the forms you need to use. If you have any questions, or want to file your complaint in person or by phone, you may contact the SVMPO Director/Title VI Coordinator, Karen Lamberton, directly.
FY 24 Title VI/ADA and Environmental Justice Plan
The FY 24 SVMPO Title VI plan was adopted by the Sierra Vista MPO Board of Directors on April 26, 2023. ADOT Civil Rights Division approved this plan on August 31,2023. Title VI data is updated annually and helps to set priorities for the SVMPO project activities. These annual updates ensure that up to date data is used to identify areas where our region’s most vulnerable population groups reside and work.
Title IV/ADA Notice to the Public
The Sierra Vista Metropolitan Planning Organization (SVMPO) hereby gives public notice that it is this Agency’s policy to assure full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990(ADA), and related authorities in all of its programs and activities.
Title VI/ADA Goal and Accomplishment Report
This report sets out what Title VI activities were completed last fiscal year and the planned Title VI goals for the next fiscal year. This report is reviewed by ADOT’s Civil Rights Dept. to ensure that policies and projects are in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the 1994 Presidential Executive Order 12898, in accordance with 23 CFR § 200.9(b)(7)(11) and FTA C 4702.1B.
Title VI/ADA Complaint Forms
If you need to let us know about a possible discrimination complaint against you or a protected population group, these forms, and the information on the Title VI/Nondiscrimination webpage, will help you submit your concerns for a formal response.