Get around SF
Accessibility for all is a transportation guide for people with disabilities and older adults, from the SFMTA.
Disability and Aging Services (DAS)
Get help at home
DAS programs provide in-home help with personal care and daily chores.
Get groceries and meals
DAS food programs offer free groceries and community meals for pickup or delivery.
Find more DAS programs
Access a wide range of services offered across the City in collaboration with our community partners.
Mayor's Office of Disability (MOD) services
File an ADA complaint
Follow the steps to file a complaint about access to City facilities and services.
Get an ADA Coordinator for your accessibility needs
An ADA Coordinator can help you access City services, programs, and facilities.
Request a curb ramp for sidewalk access
Find out ways to get a curb ramp in San Francisco.
Comply with the Accessibility Business Entrance (ABE) program
Hire an access professional, categorize your entrance, and submit plans to make it accessible.
Get disability access posters and signs
Download disability access posters and signs to post in public areas.
Apply for a grant to make your business accessible
Small business owners can get reimbursed for accessibility inspections or for making your business more accessible.
Report a violation of sidewalk or parking lane use
What to do if you see businesses not following rules to use sidewalk or parking lane space.
Host an accessible event
A successful event is accessible during planning, set-up, operation, and tear down of the event.