Requesting a Reasonable Accommodation

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Requesting a Reasonable Accommodation

If you have a disability and you believe you may need an accommodation to fully and equally participate in a particular court proceeding or activity, you may request a reasonable accommodation.
To request a reasonable accommodation, complete the Request for Reasonable Accommodation form and return it to:


Ruth Davis
SeaTac Municipal Court
4800 S 188th St
SeaTac, WA 98188
E-Mail: rdavis@ci.seatac.wa.us 
T: 206.973.4620

If you need assistance completing the form please contact Ms. Davis .

Accommodation requests are granted to any qualified person with a disability for whom such accommodation is reasonable and necessary under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), other similar local, state, and federal laws and Washington State General rule (GR) 33. A request will be granted unless:


•  it is impossible for the court to provide the requested accommodation on the date of the proceeding; and the proceeding cannot be continued without prejudice to a party to the proceeding or; 

•  it is impractical for the court to provide the requested accommodation on the date of the proceeding; and the proceeding cannot be continued without prejudice to the party to the proceeding.

You may be required to provide additional information for the SeaTac Municipal Court to properly evaluate your reasonable accommodation request. Medical and other health information submitted under forms WPF all cases 01-0300, Sealed Medial and Health Information (Cover Sheet) shall be sealed automatically. If medical and other health information is not submitted under for WOF All Cases 01-0300, Sealed Medical and Health Information (Cover Sheet), the submitter may ask the court to seal the documents later.

Generally, five day advance notice is required to review reasonable accommodation requests. However, a response to an immediate need for accommodation will be considered to the fullest extent possible.

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