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Americans with Disabilities Act

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a comprehensive piece of civil rights legislation prohibiting discrimination and guarantees people with disabilities have the same opportunities as everyone else to participate in the mainstream of American life -- to enjoy employment opportunities, to purchase goods and services, and to participate in State and local government programs and services. The ADA is an "equal opportunity" law for people with disabilities.


View the City's Accessibility Statement.


File an ada complaint

Webform to file a complaint coming soon. Please contact the Citywide ADA Coordinator listed below until the webform has been posted.

Contact Information

Citywide ADA Coordinator

Department of Human Resources
Historic City Hall
915 I Street, First Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 808-8976
Fax: (916) 243-4962
TDD: (916) 264-5707

California Relay Services 711

Accommodation Requests for City of Sacramento Employees, Program Participants, and Employment Applicants
(916) 808-8976
Fax: (916) 243-4962
TDD: (916) 264-5707

Disabilities Advisory Commission (DAC)

Learn more about the DAC

Physical Access to City of Sacramento Facilities

Department of Public Works
(916) 808-8426

Public Right of Way (Curbs, Sidewalks, Parking)

Department of Public Works
Grievance Process and Form for ADA Access in the Public Rights-of-Way
(916) 808-8158

Transition Plan

Department of Public Works
(916) 808-8426


Sacramento Regional Transit (SacRT) provides regional transportation services including services for people with disabilities and the elderly within the City of Sacramento.
SacRT Primary Webpage
SacRT Accessible Services Webpage
SacRT Paratransit Services Webpage

Certified Access Specialists (CASp)

CASp professionals are trained to inspect buildings and sites for compliance with applicable state and federal construction-related accessibility standards. Certified Access Specialists work in both the private and public sectors. 

For businesses with questions about accessibility on their properties and to access a list of Certified Access Specialists, visit

For building permit questions relating to accessibility code requirements at your proposed private development project in the City, contact

Public Meeting Accessibility

If you need help with accessibility to public meetings, call (916) 808-7200.

Website Accessibility

Contact Information Coming Soon. Please contact the Citywide ADA Coordinator listed above until contact information has been updated.