Disability Accessible Parking Locations
Downtown Ann Arbor - All are welcome in downtown Ann Arbor! All parking structures have barrier-free elevators, and all parking lots and curbside parking are near sloped entries to sidewalks. https://www.a2dda.org/getting-around/drive/
University of Michigan - Parking for people with disabilities is provided in all university lots and structures for vehicles with appropriate parking permits (see
UM Parking and Transportation Services for details).
City of Ann Arbor Disablity Accessible Parking Request Policy
It is the policy of the City of Ann Arbor to accommodate, where possible, requests for on-street disability accessible parking. For off-street (private) disability accessible parking requests, contact the property owner.
A resident with a disability may request that the city designate an on-street disability accessible parking space in the vicinity of his or her residence. The city will add signage and designation where feasible, at no charge to the resident.
A business may request that the city designate an on-street disability accessible parking space in the vicinity of the business. These requests will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis, based on the parking conditions within the vicinity. If approved, the city will designate a space and install signage, at no charge to the business. Within the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) district and other designated areas, the city may also install parking meters at the disability accessible parking space.
Conditions of this policy are as follows:
- Requests will be honored, where possible, for residents and businesses without adequate access to off-street disability accessible parking.
- The designated space may be removed at the discretion of the Project Management Manager or his/her designee.
- The resident/business does not maintain exclusive use of the accessible parking space. Anyone with a valid disability parking placard or license plate may utilize the space/meters.
- If the disability accessible parking signs are installed in an on-street residential parking permit zone, the user will be subject to the conditions of the residential parking permit regulations.
Users of on-street disability accessible parking spaces are subject to all additional parking regulations and enforcement, including posted time restrictions, meter payment, and snow removal restrictions.
For more information about requesting a residential or non-residential disability accesible parking space and procedures, see the link below.
Disability Accessible Parking Request Forms
To download a copy of residential and non-residential disability accessible parking request forms in pdf format, click on the appropriate link below.
Questions and Comments
Please feel free to contact Project Management with additional questions and/or comments by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (734)-994-2744.
Updated July 17, 2008