Accessibility for People With Disabilities
- Updated on Thursday, May 2, 2013, 7:53 pm
The City of Albany continually strives to meet the needs of all Albany citizens. This webpage will become the primary source of information on obtaining assistance with accessibility-related questions, comments, and requests.
Phase I Disability Access Transition Plan
The City of Albany has completed a plan to resolve accessibility issues in several of its public buildings. The plan includes findings from evaluations conducted in 15 different City facilities, identifies physical obstacles in each that limit accessibility, and proposes to make the areas accessible through the stated methods and timeframes.
The Phase I Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan is part of an ongoing effort to increase and ensure accessibility in the City's programs and activities. To learn more about the City's plan, or if you have questions or comments about accessibility in Albany, call Lisa Bennett, Disability Access Coordinator, at 541-497-6225.
Contact Accessibility Staff
If you have a question, comment, or request, contact us using a link below or call 541-917-7500 (TTY dial 711 or 800-735-2900) and you will be directed to the appropriate person.
- Accessibilty requests at public meetings (including hearing assistance)
- Building and sidewalk accessibility issues
- Bus and other transit issues (including Call-A-Ride)
- Human Resources issues (including hiring)
- Pedestrian crosswalk signals
- Web site issues
- Any other accessibility issues
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