Did You Know?
Small Businesses can use tax credits to offset costs for complying with the ADA. Information about the tax incentives is available at the Department of Justice Web site.
- ADA Regulations for Businesses - (Title III) - Department of Justice requirements for businesses and non-profit service providers.
- ADA Guide for Small Businesses
- Readily Achievable Checklist for Existing Business Facilities
- ADA and Employment
- ADA Tax Incentive Packet for Businesses - A packet of information to help businesses understand and take advantage of the tax credit and deduction available for complying with the ADA.
- Myths and Facts - A three-page fact sheet dispelling some common misconceptions about the ADA's requirements and implementation. This publication contains basic information for businesses and State and local governments. (Spanish edition available from the ADA Information Line.)
- Restriping Parking Lots
- Readily Achievable Barrier Removal and Van-Accessible Parking
- Service Animals
- Commonly Asked Questions About Service Animals - A three-page publication explaining the requirements of the ADA regarding animals that accompany and provide services for a person with a disability. (Spanish edition available from the ADA Information Line.)
Did You Know?
Many people rely on trained service animals in their daily lives. Dogs that provide wayfinding assistance to people who are blind or have low vision are the most well known, but animals can be trained to perform other tasks for people with disabilities. Some animals assist people whose disability is not obvious, such as alerting a person with a seizure disorder to an oncoming seizure.
Questions? Call the ADA hotline at 480-312-4433 e-mail ADA@ScottsdaleAZ.gov.