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Website Accessibility

The City of Tampa is committed to ensuring that all visitors and residents with disabilities are able to access and use our programs, services, and activities. Our website offers a wide range of information and services. Some information may be submitted by third parties or residents, who may not understand or have experience generating accessible material. Other information may be generated using legacy systems that might not work with current assistive technologies.

If you encounter a disability access concern when using our website, we urge you to contact our ADA Coordinator at TampaADA@tampagov.net or 813-274-3964 who will work with you to provide assistance, including an alternative way to quickly obtain the information you are seeking through the website.  For general inquiries about the City’s services, please call 813-274-8211.

2019 Tampa Web Accessibility Statement

Accessible Tampa

Grievance Procedure

ADA Accommodation Request

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) and Florida law, the City of Tampa will provide reasonable accommodations to any person with a disability who needs an accommodation in order to attend any City of Tampa public hearing or meeting of a body, board, or magistrate acting in its official capacity on behalf of the City of Tampa. To ensure that your request for accommodation can be considered, please ensure that the City of Tampa’s ADA Coordinator receives your request at least 48 hours in advance of the scheduled public hearing or meeting by using one of the following methods to submit your request:

(a) through the City of Tampa’s online Customer Service Center using the  ADA Accommodation Request Service
(b) by phone at (813) 274-3964 
(c) by e-mail at TampaADA@tampagov.net or 
(d) by mail to the City of Tampa ADA Coordinator, 306 E. Jackson Street, 280A4N, Tampa, Florida 33602.

Please note that the City of Tampa may not be able to accommodate any request received less than 48 hours before the scheduled public hearing or meeting.

Mayor's Alliance for Persons with Disabilities

The Mayor's Alliance for Persons with Disabilities was organized by the Mayor of Tampa's office in September, 1986.  Tampa was the First Florida city to organize a Mayor's Alliance.

Language Translation of TampaGov

The City of Tampa offers links to a few of the many online language translation services as a service to our web site visitors. We do not endorse any specific one. These services are hosted by other public or private entities, and TampaGov's accessibility statement, conditions & use, privacy policy, and security policy do not apply. The City of Tampa does not control these third party web sites and therefore does not warrant their accuracy or reliability.

Updated: 10/01/2023