Digital Accessibility Statement

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The Boulder Public Library District is committed to ensuring all patrons can engage with and explore our digital platforms’ countless opportunities and services without issue or limitation. Therefore, the Boulder Public Library District endeavors to conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines v2.1 at Level AA (WCAG 2.1 AA) for all digital assets accessed by our patrons.

Working with a team of accessibility professionals and digital accessibility solution providers, the Boulder Public Library District is undertaking the steps necessary to ensure our digital assets provide substantial conformance to WCAG 2.1 AA standards and any future iterations. Additionally, we are committed to planning for and maintaining any new digital assets or platforms accessible to customers with disabilities as a matter of policy.

Specific files on our website are in Portable Document Format (PDF) and require free Adobe Acrobat Reader.

It’s important to note that the Boulder Public Library District’s journey towards providing digital accessibility to our patrons is continuous. With your understanding and support, we will persist in our efforts to meet WCAG 2.1 AA standards, ensuring that every visitor to our digital assets feels welcomed and included.

This accessibility statement will be reviewed regularly, understanding that the Boulder Public Library District may make updates or modifications as needed.

Third Party Content

To further enhance our digital experience, the Boulder Public Library District features links to third-party websites. However, the Boulder Public Library District does not control such third-party websites, so we cannot guarantee their policies or practices concerning accessibility standards.

Contact Us with Questions on Accommodations

The library will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities or health conditions related to our digital assets unless doing so results in an undue hardship to business operations. If a patron requests an accommodation, the library team will engage in a timely, good-faith, and interactive process to determine whether the Boulder Public Library District can execute a practical and reasonable solution.

If patrons have specific questions, concerns, or feedback regarding accessibility relating to the Boulder Public Library District’s digital assets, please complete and submit the Report an Issue form on our website. You may also contact the library directly at 303-441-3100, and staff will gather the information and submit the form for you.

Report an Issue

Staff will respond to your submission within two business days using the preferred communications method you selected on the form. Note: All information gathered is part of public records.

Approved by the Boulder Public Library Board of Trustees on May 28, 2024.