Equal Opportunity - Americans with Disabilities Act

Our Commitment to Diversity and Equal Access

WSDOT is committed to fostering a diverse workplace that represents the communities it serves. We are also committed to equal opportunity and Affirmative Action as well as providing a workplace which is free of discrimination and sexual harassment. 


Reasonable Accommodation and Employment

WSDOT will not deny employment opportunities to an otherwise qualified individual with a disability because that individual requires reasonable accommodations to facilitate or continue employment, unless the accommodations would impose an undue hardship on the department. To learn more about WSDOT’s commitment to providing reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities, please contact:

Language 

Use proper ADA Language for Publications, Communications, and Public Involvement can be found on our language guide (pdf 116 kb).

WSDOT ADA Transition Plan

Comprehensive ADA Transition Plan Update (pdf, 180 kb)

View our guide to Disability Etiquette and Respectful Language Guide (pdf, 77 kb).