The Town of Hayden is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for people with disabilities. We want as many people as possible to be able to use our website, and we are continually improving the user experience of this website for everyone by conforming with relevant accessibility standards.
The accessibility of this website is evaluated on an ongoing basis by Square ADA, which specializes in improving the accessibility of Squarespace websites.
At the time of review, Square ADA addressed errors identified by accessibility evaluation tools, including WAVE. Square ADA has also conducted manual usability tests with screen readers, keyboards, and other assistive technology. Further information about Square ADA’s Squarespace accessibility monitoring service is available at www.SquareADA.com.
We strive for continuous conformance with WCAG 2.1 AA. WCAG is widely accepted as the benchmark for web accessibility compliance according to United States case law.
To assist low vision users in accessing content, high contrast mode can be enabled for this website by pressing the Ctrl + Y keyboard shortcut. This website is also compatible with browser zoom shortcuts, such as Ctrl + Plus to increase text size and Ctrl + Minus to decrease text size.
To assist motor-impaired users in accessing content, a focus indicator and skip link can be enabled by navigating with the Tab and Shift + Tab keyboard shortcuts.
This website links to third-party content created and maintained by other people and organizations. External links, embedded third-party content, and other components beyond our control may or may not meet WCAG standards for accessibility.
If you are unable to access any content or functionality available on our website, please call us at 970-276-3741. We will make reasonable efforts to address the problem, which may include providing you an alternative method for obtaining the content, accessing the functionality, or fulfilling your request
To report technical barriers or provide other accessibility feedback, you may also contact our accessibility consultant directly through Square ADA’s accessible webform. Square ADA strives to protect your privacy, meaning you will not be required to provide any personal information or identify as having a disability unless you choose to include such information with your message.