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ADA Title II Coordinator

Welcome to the City of Albuquerque's ADA Title II Coordinator's page.


We're here to ensure that everyone has equal access to our city’s programs, services, and facilities, regardless of their abilities or disabilities. In simple terms, our job is to make sure that no one is left behind, and everyone can enjoy what our city has to offer.

Our Role:

The role of the ADA Title II Coordinator is to:

  • Promote Inclusivity: We strive to create a city where everyone feels welcome and included.
  • Ensure Compliance: We work to make sure that all city programs, services, and facilities follow the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements.
  • Accessibility Matters: We prioritize accessibility in city infrastructure, communications, and digital platforms.
  • Education and Training: We provide education and training to city employees and contractors to help them understand and follow ADA requirements.

Our Vision:

Our vision for Albuquerque is simple:

  • Equal Access: We aspire to create a city where individuals with disabilities have the same opportunities as everyone else.
  • Inclusivity: We want all residents and visitors to feel like they belong and are an integral part of our vibrant community.
  • Accessibility Everywhere: Our goal is to ensure that every city facility, service, and program is accessible to all.

Your Rights:

As a resident or visitor of Albuquerque with a disability:

  • Equal Access: You have the right to equal access to all city programs, services, and facilities.
  • Respect: You deserve to be treated with respect and dignity, regardless of your abilities.
  • Accommodations: If you need reasonable accommodations to access city services or facilities, we're here to help.
  • Communication Access: You have the right to communication access, including interpreters or other aids, to ensure effective communication in interactions with city departments and programs.
  • Raise Your Voice: If you believe your rights under the ADA have been violated, you have the right to file a complaint, and we will investigate and work to resolve the issue.

How Can We Assist You?

  • Request Accommodations: If you need accommodations to access city services or facilities, please contact us. We're here to make things easier for you.
  • Get In Touch: If you have questions or concerns related to accessibility, don't hesitate to reach out. We're here to assist you.
  • Stay Informed: Check back here for updates, resources, and information related to accessibility and your rights under the ADA.

Get Involved: Support Accessibility and Inclusion

How you can help:

  • Report Access Issues: Share barriers you encounter with our ADA Title II Coordinator.
  • Participate in the meetings of the ADA Advisory Council: The Council, made up of community member volunteers, works to identify, discuss, and address issues relevant to people with disabilities
  • Spread Awareness: Use campaign hashtags and encourage engagement on social media.
  • Educate Others: Promote ADA awareness and challenge accessibility barriers.
  • Advocate for Inclusion: Be a champion for accessibility in your community.


At the City of Albuquerque, we are committed to creating an inclusive and accessible community for everyone. The ADA Title II Coordinator is here to ensure your rights are protected, and your needs are met. Together, we can build a city where every resident and visitor can thrive.

If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions, please don't hesitate to contact us. Your voice matters, and we're here to listen and make Albuquerque an even better place for all.


Alex Colbert-Taylor,
ADA Title II Coordinator
City of Albuquerque