A town must provide notice to the public about its ADA obligations, accessible facilities and services in the town. The notice must inform the public about the ADA's nondiscrimination requirements. It should also describe how the public or employees may contact specific town officials regarding problems with accessibility and the need for effective communication. The information must be accessible to the public, including people who have disabilities that affect communication, such as blindness, low vision, deafness, and hearing loss. Although no specific method is required to reach the public, notice should be provided in more than one format and by using more than one type of media, such as the town's website, print, radio, or television. For more information about this topic, visit Title II Action Guide for State and Local Government.