Office for Persons with Disabilities
 

Americans with Disabilities Act

Picture of President George H.W. Bush signing the ADA

On July 26, 1990, President George H. W. Bush signed into law the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) saying these words: “Let the shameful wall of exclusion finally come tumbling down.” One of the most important civil rights law to be enacted since the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the ADA prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities.

Milwaukee County - ADA

ADA Coordinator

Notice of Non-Discrimination

Report an accessibility issue within Milwaukee County government (e.g., buildings, grounds, employment).

Submit a Report

  • ADA Enforcement Agencies
  • ADA Resources
  • ADA Checklists
  • ADA Topics Animated (Videos)

2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design

Access Board

Accessibility Online

ADA.gov

ADA Amendments Act of 2008, Final Rule

ADA Amendments Act of 2008, Q & A from DOJ

ADA Amendments Act of 2008, FAQ from US. Dept of Labor

ADA Audio Conference Series

ADA Fact Sheets

ADA National Network - Information, Guidance & Training

Beach Access Routes (U.S. Access Board)

Bicycle and Pedestrian Program (U.S. DOT)

Camping Facilities and Camp Shelters (U.S. Access Board)

Customer Service (20 minute video), "At Your Service"

Effective Communication

Emergency Preparedness and Response Programs, Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities

Employment, A Guide to People with Disabilities Seeking Employment

Great Lakes ADA Center

HIV / AIDS and the ADA, Questions and Answers

Law Enforcement Officers, Guide for When Communicating with People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Medical Care, Access to Medical Care for Individuals with Mobility Disabilities

Meetings, Accessible Information Exchange

Meetings, Accessible Meetings, Events and Conferences Guide

National ADA Symposium

Outdoor Developed Areas (U.S. Access Board Publication)

Outdoor Recreation Access Routes (U.S. Access Board)

Parking Spaces, Restriping; ADA Compliance Brief

Pedestrians and Accessible Design (U.S. DOT)

Picnic Facilities (U.S. Access Board)

Pools, Accessible - Means of Entry and Exit

Public Right of Way (U.S. Access Board)

Service Animals and the ADA, Frequently Asked Questions

Service Animals, Fact Sheet

Service Animals, How Can You Tell (Video)

State and Local Governments, ADA Update

Temporary Events, A Guide to Making Them Accessible

Title I (Employment) Technical Assistance

Title II (State & Local Governments) Technical Assistance

Title III (Public Accommodations & Commercial Facilities) Technical Assistance

Trailheads and Trail Facilities (U.S. Access Board)

Trails (U.S. Access Board)

Transportation, ADA Guidance, U.S. DOT

Voters with Disabilities, ADA & Other Federal Laws Protecting the Rights of

Websites, Accessibility of State & Local Government Websites

Wheelchairs, Mobility Aids, and Other Power-Driven Mobility Devices

Report an Accessibility Issue

If you see or know about a barrier to accessibility with a Milwaukee County government entity (e.g., buildings, grounds, employment), use the following form to report it to the ADA Coordinator's Office. The ADA Coordinator's Office will follow up on this report.

Complete the following:

 First Name:

 Last Name:

 Email Address:

 Phone Number:

 Location of Issue: (Building/Address if known)

  Description of Issue:

 

 

MILWAUKEE COUNTY OFFICE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

901 N. 9th Street, Room 307-B
Milwaukee, WI 53233
(414) 278-3932 (voice), (414) 278-3939 (fax), 711 (TRS)

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