City of Tampa Celebrates the Anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act

Posted
09/10/20
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30 years ago, on July 26, 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed, securing equal opportunity for people with disabilities. Today, the City of Tampa remains fully committed to providing equitable access to the City’s programs and services.

“The ADA was a historic victory for human rights, and an important step forward for our country,” says Mayor Jane Castor. “In Tampa, we are proud of our diversity. And as we continue Transforming Tampa’s Tomorrow, we will continue striving to increase accessibility and ensure our city services and initiatives are inclusive to all.”

To celebrate the anniversary of the ADA, the City of Tampa would like to highlight a few programs/services and recent initiatives that are designed to increase accessibility: 

For more information about the City’s ADA policies, services, and accommodations, please visit tampagov.net/accessibility.