The 2015 Title VI Program, approved by EWG’s Board of Directors in January 2016, provides the strategies and process that EWG uses to ensure that its programs and activities are implemented in a nondiscriminatory manner as mandated by federal statutes, regulations, and rules such as the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Executive Order 13166, and Executive Order 12898. The Title VI Program includes: a description of EWG’s Title VI Assurance and commitment to nondiscrimination; processes and procedures that the public can use to file a complaint with EWG regarding discrimination and that EWG uses to monitor its activities, programs, subrecipients, and contractors; EWG’s public involvement and language assistance plans; a demographic profile of the St. Louis metropolitan area; a description of EWG’s planning process and how EWG addresses the mobility needs of residents, including underserved populations; an examination of the distribution of public transportation funding; and a description of EWG’s procedures for passing through federal funding and providing technical assistance to grant funding applicants.
Related Library Posts:
- 2015 Title VI Program Maps
- Title VI Brochures & Informational Cards