Make Your Opinion Count
We want to know what you think! Your input on planning documents, proposed regulations and policies, and other actions we take can help us improve accessibility for everyone. Documents relating to accessibility in the National Park Service Planning, Environment, and Public Comment system that are open for public review, if any, are listed below. Learn about other ways to make your opinion count.
Documents Open for Public Review
Other Plans and Projects
A list of park projects without documents open for review may be found at https://parkplanning.nps.gov/.
Work For Us
We offer opportunities to work in more than 400 national parks and offices—from Maine to Guam, the Virgin Islands to Alaska, and anyplace in between. We partner with communities across the country to preserve their history and create places for outdoor fun. There are many different ways you can become involved from full-time, permanent jobs to seasonal positions, internships, and volunteer opportunities.
Learn about federal employment for individuals with disabilities and working for the NPS.
File an Accessibility Complaint
Individuals, or their representatives, may file a disability rights complaint with the NPS if they believe they have been discriminated against or denied access to any program, service, or activity conducted by NPS or by an NPS recipient of federal financial assistance. The complaint must be in writing, signed and dated, and filed no later than 180 days from the date of the alleged discrimination. The complaint should include:
- their name, address, zip code, telephone number and email address;
- the name and address of the alleged discriminatory official(s) and/or public entity;
- the nature of the complaint; and
- the date the alleged discrimination occurred.
The complaint should be sent to the Director, Office of Equal Opportunity Programs, National Park Service, 1849 C Street NW, Rm 2505, Washington, DC 20240. Learn more about the complaint process.
Last updated: January 7, 2022