The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was enacted to ensure that persons with disabilities are afforded the same opportunities to participate in the American society as all other persons. The ADA is legislation designed to protect the civil rights of persons who have physical or mental disabilities.
As a "Public Assembly Facility" the CWC+EC is responsible for permanent building assess accommodations such as, but not limited to, wheelchair, ramps, door width standards and restroom accessibility. In addition, the CWC+EC is capable of providing systems for the hearing impaired and wheelchair lifts and access ramps for stages. Permittee is responsible for
non-permanent building access accommodations such as, but not limited to, registration information booths, accessible seating, auxiliary aids and other services/programs available to exhibitors, guests or the general public.
Prior to an event, Permittee shall provide the CWC+EC with the number of disabled persons planning to attend the event and an outline of the accessibility services Permittee will provide to the disabled guests
Handicapped parking is available to individuals with valid disability parking permits in surrounding parking lots as well.