Accessibility Accommodations for the Environment Expo in Tampa, Florida

The City of Tampa is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) and Florida law. Any person who needs an accommodation to attend a public hearing or meeting of a body, board, or magistrate acting on behalf of the city should contact the ADA coordinator at least 48 hours before the procedure. The coordinator will work with the individual to determine what accommodations are necessary and appropriate. These may include, but are not limited to, providing interpreters, assistive listening devices, materials in alternate formats, and access to service animals.

The City of Tampa is dedicated to ensuring that all individuals have equal access to its services and programs. If you or someone you know requires an accommodation to attend the Environment Expo in Tampa, Florida, please contact the ADA coordinator as soon as possible. The Environment Expo is a great opportunity for people with disabilities to learn more about environmental issues and how they can help protect the planet. The city is committed to making sure that everyone has access to this event. The ADA coordinator will work with you to ensure that you have the necessary accommodations so that you can fully participate in the Expo. The City of Tampa is proud to provide reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities attending the Environment Expo.

If you need assistance, please contact the ADA coordinator as soon as possible so that your needs can be met. With the right accommodations, everyone can enjoy this important event.

Latonya Woznick
Latonya Woznick

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