The City of Bellevue strives to ensure that its programs and facilities, including this website (style guide), are accessible to all residents. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, efforts are made to accommodate people with disabilities. In accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, city offers the same services and programs to all, regardless of race, color, income, national origin or English proficiency.
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People with disabilities can make a request for accessibility or accommodation. Bellevue has established a process for handling accessibility requests and grievances. Enforcement of the Americans with Disabilities Act is the responsibility of the U. S. Department of Justice.
Title VI Accessibility
People who have problems understanding or speaking English can request interpreters for City Council meetings and other city-sponsored events, public meetings or hearings. Contact the city staff listed with the event. If you have questions about Title VI, contact Vivienne Kamphaus.