Mayor's Office on Disability
The Mayor’s Officer on Disability assists City departments in making all programs, services, benefits, activities, and facilities owned, operated, or funded by the City and County of San Francisco accessible to and useable by individuals with disabilities.
Review and inspection process for developers, architects and contractors.
Learn about ADA program compliance, training, and how to get help accessing City services.
Find out about local disability access legislation.
Includes topics like transportation, building access, disability rights, support for families, and legal resources.
Mayor’s Disability Council announces upcoming public joint meeting of MDC and the Disability and Aging Commission agenda items (February 17, 2023; 1 pm – 4 pm)
There are no upcoming events right now.
The Mayor's Office on Disability was established in 1998. It was designated as the City’s overall ADA Coordinator. We currently have 6 full time employees, all with extensive experience and knowledge of civil rights laws and architectural access standards.