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How to appeal an accessible parking spot denial

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You can appeal the City's decision if your application for an accessible parking spot was denied.

Step
1

Before you get started

You can make an appeal to the Disabilities Commission within 30 days of the date you received your denial. You must send us a written response.

Step
2

Prepare your appeal

We include specific reasons for why we denied your application when we mail you a denial letter. Please address these point in your appeal letter. Please also include your name and the date.

Attach any documents that support your appeal, like:

  • photos of the area where you requested an accessible parking space
  • a signed statement from your landlord if you're not allowed to use the driveway, and
  • any other information that might help your application.
Step
3

Mail your appeal to us

Send your appeal letter and supporting documents to:

Disabilities Commission, Room 967
1 City Hall Square
Boston, MA 02201
Contact:
Disabilities Commission
1 City Hall Square
Room 967
Boston, MA 02201-2041

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