TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM in Malheur County
Malheur County receives federal grant funding from the Department of Transportation which is passed through to Malheur Council on Aging and Community Services (MCOA&CS) to operate a transportation program and provide transportation services. Malheur County and MCOA&CS provide such programs and services without regard to race, color, sex or national origin in accordance with Title VI of the federal Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes he or she has been or may have been discriminated against or have been the victim of any unlawful practices under Title VI, in requesting or receiving transportation services from Malheur County or MCOA&CS, may file a complaint.
This statement is also available in Spanish language.
More information on MCOA& Malheur County civil rights program, including a copy of their respective adoptive Title VI Plans is provided below. Language interpretation and TTY service for the hearing impaired is also available. For persons who wish to file a complaint and who may have hearing impairment, are deaf or are speech-impaired, please use the Oregon TTY Relay Service by calling 1-800-735-2900. Let the TTY operator know the number you wish to call. A TTY device on your computer or phone is required to utilize this service. Services are available in Spanish, for more information please call 1-844-889-7651. For other language interpretation, Malheur County uses Oregon-based Passport to Languages Interpreting Services. The phone number is 1-800-297-2707. For sign language, Oregon Disabilities Commission maintains a list of interpreters (503) 378-3142 or 1-800-358-3117 (TDD or voice).
A written complaint may also be filed directly with the Federal Transit Administration by writing to: