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Procedures and Forms

Metro Nashville Government - Department of General Services - ADA ComplianceThis page provides you with a collection of procedures and forms useful in ensuring your compliance with Metropolitan Nashville's ADA requirements.

Please use the items found on these pages to meet the ADA requirements as efficiently as possible, and don't hesitate to Contact Us if you have any questions.

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Submitting a Project for ADA Review

Quick Information

Conducting a Special Event

Checklists

Common Errors and Omissions

Rules of Disproportionality ("20% Rules")

Providing Accessible Communication

Technical Infeasibility

Getting Help with Your ADA Needs

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Relay Service

7-1-1 Relay Service allows people with hearing or speech disabilities who use text telephones or teletypewriters (TTYs) to have telephone conversations with people who do not have TTYs. Dialing 7-1-1 works whether or not the person placing the call is using a TTY since communications assistants use voice and TTY.  The confidential service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and local calls are free of charge, however long distance toll charges may apply.

Internet Protocol or IP Relay Service offers a communication alternative for people with hearing or speech disabilities who have an Internet connection. Local and long distance communications by IP Relay Service are free of charge. The service can be accessed at: Sprint IP Relay Service.