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City of Bend Accessibility Advisory Committee (COBAAC)

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The City of Bend’s Accessibility Advisory Committee’s (COBAAC) purpose is to assist and advise the City on the most efficient and responsible means by which to make its programs, services, activities and facilities accessible to all of Bend’s residents and visitors.

COBAAC is made up of 9-12 volunteer members. The committee has a goal of having at least 51 percent of the members from the community with disabilities.



Where: Due to the COVID-19 response, COBAAC Meetings will be held virtually (via WebEx) until further notice.

To join via Computer (WebEx), click the following link:

Toll Free Participant Call-in: 1-855-282-6330

Call-in Access Code: 962 562 937 # #

Please review the Virtual Meeting Guidelines.

Public comment for this meeting will be via email only.  Please send any comments to prior to noon on Wednesday, May 27th.  Public comments will be read aloud, any comments received after 12pm on May 27th will be shared and addressed individually.  

When: 4th Thursday of every month (except November & December)

Time: 1:00pm to 2:30pm

If you would like to learn more about the Committee, please view their charter.

COBAAC Meeting Agenda's and Summaries are below for the current year and one previous year.  If you have questions about accessing previous years or if you have trouble with any of the links or documents on this webpage, please contact the accessibility program or call (541) 693-2198 for further assistance.  Please Note:  Summaries are draft until approved by a quorum of the committee. 

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