Coconino County has reached an agreement with the Justice Department to make county polling places accessible to people with mobility and vision impairments. Justice Department officials conducted a random inspection during the August 2016 primary and found that 30 of 31 polling locations were problematic for people with disabilities. Under the agreement, the county will start remediating polling places in time for the next election and will ensure that all of its polling place are accessible during elections to people with disabilities by no later than the November 2020 election. The county will set up portable ramps, signage and propped open doors as a temporary solution and paved parking as a permanent change. The Justice Department will monitor the county’s compliance with the agreement.