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Miami-Dade County ADA Office

The Miami-Dade County ADA Office’s mission is to ensure Miami-Dade County’s compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and related laws. The Office helps County departments understand the importance of the ADA, their obligations under the Act, the options for meeting those obligations and how different options will impact people with disabilities. The Office also works to heighten awareness of disability issues, both within County departments and the local community.

If you have an ADA related issue, need to request an accommodation for a particular County program or service, or need information provided in an accessible format, please contact the respective County department’s ADA Coordinator to make a request. If you have additional questions or need further guidance related to issues on the ADA, you may contact the County ADA Coordinator, Heidi Johnson-Wright, at 305-375-2013 or via email at, [email protected].

We want to hear from you

To improve how we serve people with disabilities, we want to know which County services we are performing well in, what areas need  improvement, and what issues are most important to people with disabilities.  Please take a moment to complete the ADA Office Survey and let us know how we can better serve you.

About Us

The County ADA Office does not enforce the ADA. The ADA is a federal law which is enforced by the federal government.

The Office of ADA Coordination provides staff support to the Commission on Disability Issues and interfaces with a network of County departmental ADA coordinators. It administers the Municipal Parking Fines Reimbursement Program which distributes parking citation revenues generated by disabled permit parking violations to municipalities.

Issues regarding County employment, including recruitment, job information, the application process, testing, referral, interviews and reasonable accommodation are the responsibility of Human Resources. Employment discrimination complaints are handled by Human Rights and Fair Employment Practices.