Salt Lake City

City Accessibility - Useful Links

The following are useful links to additional information and resources:

ADA.gov, the official ADA website by the U.S. Department of Justice, provides the actual text of the ADA and the 2010 Standards for Accessible Design, guidance documents for a number of topics, links to federal agencies responsible for portions of the ADA, and information on complaints and enforcement.

2007 Tool Kit For State & Local Governments, technical assistance document designed to assist state and local officials to improve compliance with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

2010 Standards for Accessible Design, the current standards for new construction of facilities with public access; checklists for these standards are available at adachecklist.org.

ADA Information Hotline, provides general information and answers to questions about the ADA.

Rocky Mountain ADA Center, formerly the Rocky Mountain DBTAC, provides general information and answers to questions about the ADA.

Utah 211, Get Connected Get Answers, by United Way of Salt Lake, maintains a large database of service provides for a variety of social services; search online or call the hotline.

Disability Law Center, offers self-advocacy assistance, legal services, disability rights education, and public policy advocacy.