Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

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Notice Under The Americans With Disabilities Act

Please be advised there is a courtesy telephone available for 711 calls for persons with hearing or speech impairments at the welcome desk of City Hall, First Floor, Main Lobby.
Should you need further assistance, please contact the Front Desk in the Main Lobby or Eva M. Hurst, ADA Administrator, (504)658-4020 or (504)658-4021 (voice), 711 LA Relay Service, or e-mail
This communiqué is available in alternative formats upon request.

Public Meeting Information

The Mayor’s Advisory Council for Persons with Disabilities

All meetings of the MAC/ADA are to be announced as a matter of Public Record.  Meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of each month, unless re-scheduled by a vote of the MAC/ADA.  Meetings begin at 10:00 AM and are held at the RTA Building, the A. Philip Randolph Facility Center, 2817 Canal Street., 2nd Floor, Board of Directors Room.  Meetings are generally accessible to people with disabilities.  Should you, or a guest, need any accommodation to fully participate, please advise the ADA Administrator, Eva M. Hurst, (504) 658-4020 or (504)658-4021 (Voice), 711 Relay, or no less than 48 hours prior to the meeting date.

Eva Hurst
ADA Administrator

(504) 658-4021 (504) 658-4020 Email Eva Hurst
1300 Perdido Street Room 1W10 New Orleans, LA 700112

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Programs & Initiatives
Accessibility of Streets and Sidewalks

The Department of Public Works (DPW) addresses a variety of issues that impact the accessibility of streets and sidewalks within Orleans Parish These include providing physical accessibility features on City of New Orleans streets, a process for public accommodation requests, a means by which accommodation grievance procedures can be initiated, and tracking progress toward compliance.

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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
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