The Wood-Washington-Wirt Interstate Planning Commission (WWW) does not discriminate based on race, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, political affiliation, color, marital status, military/veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic prohibited by law. WWW is committed to upholding the spirit of Title VI by providing equal opportunity for Title VI protected individuals to gain access to services and programs conducted by WWW.
In accordance with Title VI requirements, in operating a federally assisted program, WWW will not deny program services, aid, or benefit; provide a different service, aid, or benefit, or provide them in a manner different than they are provided to others; or segregate or separately treat individuals in any matter related to the receipt of any service, aid, or benefit.
Efforts are made to ensure that all interested parties within the community can participate in the transportation planning activities for the region. Procedures are in place to notify the public, individuals/groups known to be interested in an activity, and individuals/groups that may be affected by an activity. These procedures are identified in the Public Involvement and Participation Process.
This Policy Statement is supported by the Title VI/Non-Discrimination Program/Plan at the MidOhio Valley Regional Council (MOVRC) with focus on the Metropolitan Planning Organization. The plan includes a discrimination complaint process, as well as a complaint resolution process.
Click on the image above, or click here, to view the PDF of the Title VI Plan (2019).
Click on the image above, or click here, to view the PDF of the Title VI Complaint Procedure.
Click on the image above, or click here, to view the PDF of the Title VI Complaint Form (PDF).
Click on the image above, or click here, to view the PDF of the FY23 Title VI Compliance Questionnaire (PDF).