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Neighborhood Involvement

Building inclusive, safe and livable neighborhoods and communities.

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Disability Program

  1. ADA Celebration Resource Fair

    Community members tap into organizations and services at resource fair

  2. Roll and Stroll 2008

    long line of community and City staff in wheelchairs and with white canes navigate Portland streets

  3. PCoD Anniversary

    Portland Commission on Disability memeber speaks with transportation staff

black and white out line of three people with disabilities

SNOW STORM SURVEY

If you know anyone with a disability who experienced challenges during the recent snow storm please send them this survey. 

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FRVMMLG


 

Our Mission:

The City of Portland's Disability Program was re-established in 2006 in the Office of Neighborhood Involvement to connect, support and encourage collaborative civic engagement between the people of the disability community, neighborhoods and city government.

 

What We Do:

 

To help ensure equal access to City programs, services and activities, the City of Portland will reasonably modify policies/procedures and provide auxiliary aids/services to persons with disabilities. 

 

All events and activities should list a contact person with whom you can make an accommodation request.  For general information on making an ADA Title II request, go to:  City ADA Title II requests or call Shoshanah Oppenheim, ADA Title II & Civil Rights Title VI Program Manager at 503-823-2559 or (TTY) 503-823-6868.

Disability Issues Blog View all »

  1. Jan 7

    Public Transportation Etiquette I wish people practiced:

    How to practice inclusive transit techniques with and for people with disabilities

  2. Apr 4

    Making an ADA complaint to the Department of Justice

    A personal story about making a complaint to the Department of Justice

  3. Jan 16

    To File a DOJ Complaint or Not

    an ongoing story of my personal experience filing a DOJ complaint about a ADA Title III entity

  4. Oct 16

    ADA Transition Plan

    What's your priority for the Transition Plan?

  5. Jun 2

    Parking Placards

    Should the City limit the the time people using a disabled placard can use a paking spot downtown?

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