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Salt Lake County provides the opportunity to play sports in inclusive environments as well as in our specialized programming.

In accordance with the requirements of the Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation does not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs or activities. Modification will be provided upon request, free of charge. To ensure a prompt response, please submit your request at least 48 hours prior to your anticipated need.

To request a modification or further information about inclusion services:


Salt Lake County Adaptive Recreation has a commitment to providing transportation as a part of certain programs, in alignment with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 requires recipients of federal funds to take reasonable steps to make their programs, services, and activities accessible by eligible persons. To that end, we have embraced the Wasatch Front Regional Council’s Title VI transportation plan to guide us.

Further Information

The County has adopted an internal grievance procedure providing for the prompt and equitable resolution of grievances. Policy 1315 explains our process for addressing concerns.

Any person, whether a member of the general public, an applicant for employment, or an employee who feels that he or she has been discriminated against or denied equal access to employment, programs, services or activities offered or sponsored by Salt Lake County may contact:

Human Resources Director / OR
ADA/504 Program Coordinator
Human Resources Division
2001 South State Street, N4-700
Salt Lake City, Utah 84190

(385) 468-0570 / TTY users should call 7-1-1

Adaptive Recreation
8446 South Harrison Street (340 W)  
Midvale, UT 84047
Phone: (385) 468-1515