Disability Resources

Alphabetical List of City Resources

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​​​​Absentee Ballots

Visit the City of Ann Arbor's voting Web page. 

Ann Arbor Airport

Ann Arbor Airport web page

(734) 994-2841

Ann Arbor Commission on Disability Issues

PO Box 8647
Ann Arbor, MI 48107-8647

The Ann Arbor Commision on Disability Issue's vision is: An Ann Arbor whose facilities, programs, businesses and organizations are accessible to persons of all abilities, and where inclusion and full-and-equitable participation in community life are available to everyone. Meetings on the third Wednesday of each month with public comment time available.

Ann Arbor Housing Commission

(734) 794-6720

Section 8 Rental Assistance:  The AAHC administers Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers. These Vouchers allow a participant to live in a privately owned rental unit with the AAHC subsidizing their rent for the difference between 30% of their income and the monthly rent charged. 


Low Rent Public Housing: The AAHC manages and maintains low income rental housing units at 17 sites in the city of Ann Arbor. We provide housing for the elderly, disabled, and for families. Unit sizes range from 1-5 bedroom units. The rent charged is 30% of the adjusted family income of the tenant. Residents have the option of choosing a flat rate for their rent.  Our new residents are eligible applicants chosen from our waiting list.

Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (AAATA)​

2700 S. Industrial Hwy.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 973-6500 (Voice)
(734) 973-6997 (TDD)

Bus Service

Visit AAA​TA

Career Resources for Americans with Disabilities

City of Ann Arbor Communications

Special Accommodations for public meetings can be requested.  In addition, public meetings are televised on the CTN. Commission on Disability Issues meetings are televised with a picture-in-picture sign language interpreter.

Automated messages (verbal) about solid waste collection are available by calling 9-9-GREEN or (734) 994-7336.  

Visual messages regarding city notices and announcements are broadcast on cable channels 16, 17, 18, and 19 during the CTN's non-programming hours. 

To request newsletters in an alternative, more accessible format, please e-mail the city communications office at [email protected] or [email protected] 


Visit the City of Ann Arbor's voting Web page.


City residents and businesses may request disability accessible parking spaces adjacent to their home or business.

Disability accessible public parking spaces​ are located throughout downtown Ann Arbor (https://www.a2dda.​org/getting-around/drive/)

The University of Michigan provides disability accessible parking in all University lots and structures for vehicles with appropriate parking permits (see U-M Parking and Transportation Services for details). 

Public Transportation

See AA​ATA (bus), Amtr​ak (train), and Ann Arbor Airport (plane)

Snow Removal

The city’s Public Works Unit is responsible for removing snow and ice from public streets.  Information about street snow removal practices and snow emergencies may be found on the ​snow removal page.

City code requires property owners to remove snow and ice from sidewalks and pedestrian ramps abutting their property.  Information about snow removal from sidewalks may be found on the sidewalk snow r​emoval page.  Violations may be reported to the Community Standards Unit at (734) 794-6942 or [email protected].

Trash, Recycling & Composting​

Visit Solid Wa​ste Collection​


Information about absentee ballots, accessible voting, and your polling location are available through the City Clerk's website.  Questions about accessibility of polling places should be directed to the City Clerk. ​