Welcome to the website of the
Seattle Commission for People with disAbilities

The Seattle Commission for People with disAbilities was created to promote the full participation of people with disabilities into all areas of economic, political, and community life in the City of Seattle.

The duties of the Commission include:

  • Inform the Mayor, City Council, and City departments about issues of importance to people with disabilities;

  • Assure access to City services and facilities;

  • Recommend policies, practices, and legislation to the City in matters affecting the concerns of people with disabilities; and

  • Encourage understanding among people with various disabilities as well as between people with disabilities and the larger Seattle community.

25th ADA Celebration and Rally (PDF)

Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities 2014 Work Plan (PDF)

Project Empower: Report- Review and Observations - The American experience in community empowerment and protecting the rights of people with disabilities.

The project was conducted from September 261 thru October 11, 2013 in the Republic of Kazakhstan and the city of Almaty.

The Seattle Office for Civil Rights provides staff and support to the Commission.

For media inquiries, please contact Elliott Bronstein at 206-684-4507 or elliott.bronstein@seattle.gov.

This material, as well as reasonable accommodations for meetings and events, is available on request for people with disabilities. To request an accommodation, call (206) 684-4500 or complete the accommodations request form on seattle.gov/americans-with-disabilities-act.