ADA Policies

Describes the application of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act and related disability access requirements to all city programs, activities, and services, including specific departmental or program responsibilities


Equal Employment Opportunity/Anti-Discrimination/Non-Harassment Policy and Complaint Procedure Administration Instruction 71 (PDF)

The City of Oakland is committed to equal employment opportunity and to ensuring that all employees have a work environment that is free of conduct that could be considered discriminatory or harassing based on the employee’s protected status, including race, color, religion/religious creed, sex/gender, pregnancy, marital status, age national origin/ancestry, physical and/or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or veteran status or status in any other group protected by federal, state or local law. Download AI 71 to read the policy.

Accessible On-Street Parking Policy (PDF)

This policy sets out Department of Transportation (DOT) policies, practices and procedures

for on-street accessible, or disabled, parking compliance and management. The policy is a
necessary part of the Department’s access compliance program pursuant to Administrative
Instruction #123, the City Access Policy

Special Event Access Policy (PDF)

It is the policy of the City of Oakland to make its special events accessible to people with disabilities in accordance with ADA requirements. Special events include indoor and outdoor concerts, festivals, fairs, luncheons, ceremonies and other activities to which the public is invited, whether held on City property or at other sites. Read the Special Event Access Policy.

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