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ADA / Special needs at Redmond Municipal Airport

For wheelchair service or special needs assistance, please pre-arrange these services directly with the air carrier by calling their reservations number or visiting their website (see information below)

 Reservations/Information 1-800-252-7522

Reservations/Information  1-800-433-7300


Reservations 1-800-241-6522


Reservations/Information  1-800-221-1212    


Only ADA animals and Police dogs are allowed in the Airport (on a leash) 

All other animals (including emotional support animals) must be kept in a kennel/cage in all areas of the Airport.

Click HERE for the Airport code 2.560 – Airport Terminal Animal Provisions.

Click HERE for City of Redmond Service Animals for People with Disabilities police, GEN100.


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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

The City of Redmond does not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in the City’s services, programs, activities or employment practices and strives to make all of our programs and services available to every Redmond citizen. Reference documents on this site include notices, newsletters, grievance procedures, curb ramp request forms, request for accommodations and a general informational brochure.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) provides guidelines to comply with accessible program, service and building construction, but we always need to hear from our citizens to direct resources where they are most needed.

The City of Redmond encourages all citizens to participate in its programs and activities.  Meeting locations are accessible to people with disabilities.  Requests for accommodation may include sign language interpreter service, assistive listening devices, materials in an alternate format or any other accommodation.  If any accommodations are needed, please contact the ADA Coordinator at 541-504-3036 or  Requests should be made as soon as possible, but at least 3 business days prior to the scheduled meeting. 

If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions, please contact the ADA coordinator at (541) 504-3036 or email:

For more information or to connect with “The Americans with Disabilities Act” website, click HERE


Useful Websites and Applications:

Ultimate Guide to Air Travel with a Disability

A detailed guide was put together with the help of experts and covers tips and advice on how to make navigating airports and air travel a more enjoyable experience.

BlindSquare is the World's Most Popular accessible GPS application developed for the blind and visually impaired. It describes the environment, announces points of interest and street intersections as you travel. In conjunction with free, third-party navigation apps it is a powerful solution providing most of the information blind and visually impaired people need to travel independently. Read more...


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