* accessible means different things in different contexts. If a place meets standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), we make that clear. If it's working in that direction but not yet there, we describe (or show) the conditions you'll find so YOU can decide if it's accessible to you.
Examples of how Homer businesses and venues improved accessibility.
Click here for a list of contractors identifying themselves as able to do ADA improvements.
Homer Theater in fall 2019 improved the accessibility of its entry, click here to see photos of before and after. The new entry grate and thresholds were installed by Kasilof Wood and Metal; the black mats at the end of the boardwalk are stall mats (used in horse stalls) from Cadre Feeds in Soldotna (stall mats can be moved around as needed). As the listing for the theater in Table 2 shows, it also offers a closed captioning device for movie goers with hearing impairments.
Local contractors who've identified themselves as able to accomplish ADA improvements