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Office of Civil Rights

Commitment to Equality

King County Office of Civil Rights
Kelli Williams, Director
 
Chinook Building
401 Fifth Avenue
Suite 215
Seattle, WA 98104

206-263-2446
TTY Relay: 711
206-296-4329 Fax
Civil-Rights.OCR @kingcounty.gov

Hours: Weekdays
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

People with disabilities may request reasonable accommodations from OCR.

Let OCR know if you need a foreign language interpreter.

PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS – DISABILITY ACCESS ISSUES

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The ADA: Questions and Answers

ADA Publications for Businesses
Online ADA Course – Reaching Out to Customers with Disabilities
At Your Service: Welcoming Customers with Disabilities
Video – Ten Small Business Mistakes
Accessible Customer Service Practices for Hotel and Lodging Guests with Disabilities
Communicating with People Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing ...
     ... in Hospital Settings
     ... in Hotels, Motels, and Other Places of Transient Lodging
Restriping Parking Lots
Commonly Asked Questions About Service Animals
Assistance at Gas Stations

ADA National Network -- ADA Title II and Title III Regulations Fact Sheet Series

Effective Communication
Exams and Courses
Lodging
Service Animals
Ticketing
Wheelchairs
Correctional Facilities
Overview of 2010 Standards of Design
Accessible Parking

U.S. Department of Justice Publications

ADA Update: A Primer for Small Business
Myths and Facts About the ADA
ADA Guide for Small Businesses PDF
ADA Checklist for Readily Achievable Barrier Removal
ADA Title III Technical Assistance Manual
ADA Title III Technical Assistance Manual Supplement
ADA Title III Highlights
Readily Achievable Barrier Removal and Van-Accessible Parking
Common ADA Errors and Omissions in New Construction and Alterations
Assistance at Self-Serve Gas Stations
Commonly Asked Questions About ADA and Law Enforcement
Accessible Stadiums
Commonly Asked Questions About Child Care Centers and the ADA
Questions and Answers: The ADA and Persons with HIV/AIDS
Guidance for Lodging Facilities ...
     Common ADA Problems at Newly Constructed Lodging Facilities
     5 Steps to Make Lodging Facilities Comply with the ADA
     ADA Checklist for New Lodging Facilities
     Serving Guests Who are Blind or Who Have Low Vision