Disability Resources

Frequently Asked Questions

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How can I learn about public meetings that address issues concerning people with disabilities? 

Please contact the Commission on Disability Issues: 
PO Box 8647
Ann Arbor MI 48107-8647
734.794.6120, extension 41295

or visit the following links:

How can I request accommodations for a public meeting?

Please contact the City Clerk's office at (734) 794-6140; via email to cityclerk@a2gov.org; or by written request addressed and mailed or delivered to:

City Clerk's Office
301 E. Huron St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Requests need to be received at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting.

Are there any boards or commissions in the City of Ann Arbor working on disability issues?

Yes. The Commission on Disability Issues meets once per month and works with the City of Ann Arbor to create 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.

The Commission can be reached at:
PO Box 8647
Ann Arbor MI 48107-8647
734.794.6120, extension 41295​ 

How can I contact the Mayor?

Call the Office of the Mayor at (734) 794-6161 or email CTaylor@a2gov.org​.  For more information visit the Mayor and Council’s website.  

What is the telephone number for TDD relay service?

TDD relay service is available toll free from the Michigan Relay Center by calling 1-800-649-3777 or 711.  For more information visit the Michigan Relay Center website. 

How can I learn about City job opportunities?

Visit the job postings section of the Human Resources website or call (734) 794-6129.

How can I learn about using the local bus system?

The Ann Arbor Transportation Authority has a Mobility Management Service to assist people with disabilities. More information is available on the Mobility Management Service Web page, http://www.theride.org/Services/MobilityManagementService, or by calling (734) 677-3948. 

How can I sign up for CodeRED to receive telephone notification in case of emergencies?

Registration is available through the CodeRED Web page.