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Persons with disabilities, who require additional assistance or a reasonable accommodation request regarding City services, programs, activities, and facilities, can contact the City’s ADA Coordinator at least 48 hours in advance for assistance by calling (361) 826-3190.                

The Trash and Recycle Pick-Up Service (TARPS) provides a reasonable accommodation to assist individuals who have a temporary/permanent disability or medical condition which prohibits them from pulling or pushing the garbage/recycling cart(s) to the curb on their designated pick-up days. Individuals must not have anyone in their home who can provide this assistance. Call (361) 826-3190 for more information.


Final Code of Ordinance, Discrimination Against Individuals with Disabilities

The City of Corpus Christi Committee for Persons with Disabilities, a City advisory board, recommended to City Council a non-discrimination ordinance which would amend the Code of Ordinances, City of Corpus Christi, Chapter 24, Human Relations, by adding Article V, Discrimination Against Individuals with Disabilities, establishing procedure and implementation; providing publication; providing for severance; and providing for penalties. The committee held a series of public meetings on the proposed ordinance.

The Committee for Persons with Disabilities requested City Council consideration of their proposed non-discrimination ordinance to ensure persons with disabilities have accessibility to facilities, services, activities, and programs by the City and its contractors.

       Code of Ordinance - Chapter 24 Human Relations »


Accessibility / ADA Compliance

The City’s Human Relations Ordinance - Chapter 24, Article V, as amended, prohibits Discrimination Against an Individual with a Disability. In the event a person with a disability has a complaint regarding barriers in public services, programs, activities and facilities on the basis of disability, please submit complaints using the Grievance Form below.

       Code of Ordinance Article V »

       Accessibility Policy »

       Online Citizen Accessibility Grievance Form »

       Printable Citizen Accessibility Grievance Form »

       Website Accessibility Information »


Place of Public Accommodations

The City’s Human Relations Ordinance - Chapter 24, Article II, as amended, prohibits Discrimination in a Place of Public Accommodation. The ordinance makes it unlawful for any place of business to deny access to goods and services on the basis of a person’s race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

       Printable Place of  Public Accommodation Intake Questionnaire »