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Laramie Advisory Commission on Disabilities

March is National Disability Awareness Month. This is an opportunity to promote respect for people with all disabilities and increase awareness of the daily obstacles faced by these individuals and their families. Disability month celebrates and commemorates the progress made toward improving the lives of people with disabilities while highlighting the challenges that remain in achieving full inclusion of this community.  Governor Matt Mead and Mayor Dave Paulekas recognized the month by signing an official proclamation on March 3rd.


  • The Laramie Advisory Commission on Disabilities meets quarterly.
  • Meetings begin at 5:00 p.m. each first Thursday of January, March, May, July, September, and November.
  • Meetings are held in the Conference Room of the City Hall Annex, 405 Grand Avenue.  
  • The disabled-accessible entrance is on the west side (4th St.) of the building.
  • Telephone 307.721.5251 for specific agenda items.

    View the City calendar to confirm when the next meeting is scheduled. 


The Laramie Advisory Commission on Disabilities is responsible for:
  • Reviewing disabled accessibility with Laramie City, Albany County, and joint powers facilities
  • Promoting public awareness on disabled accessibility and employment issues
  • Serving as a grievance board for issues concerning City structures and program administration as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • Working with coordinators to develop a transition plan to remedy problems identified through grievance procedures and/or self-evaluation plans

City Hall: 406 Ivinson St.   |   Laramie, WY 82070   |   Ph: (307) 721-5200   |   Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm