Commission on People with Disabilities
The Commission advises the County government on the coordination and development of policies for people with disabilities. The County Executive appoints Commission members subject to confirmation by the County Council. The Commission advises the County Executive and the County Council on the needs and concerns of the County's residents who have psychiatric, developmental, physical or sensory disabilities.
The Commission has 25 voting members, and at least five (5) non-voting members, including:
Thirteen (13) voting members who are people with a disability;
Three (3) voting members who are parents of people with disabilities;
Nine (9) voting members who represent organizations and agencies that provide services or represent people with disabilities;
One (1) non-voting member from the Department of Recreation, Department of Transportation, and the Human Rights Commission.
Two (2) non-voting members from the Department of Health and Human Services.
Commission Meeting Documents, Reports and Other Resources
Commission on People with Disabilities Meeting - Wednesday, November 12th from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Executive Office Building, 101 Monroe Street, Rockville. Agenda to be announced. Meetings are open to the public.
NEW! "A Better Bottom Line" - Montgomery County Government video regarding the employment of people with disabilities and veterans. (YouTube)
Leggett Announces "Design for Life Montgomery" Legislation Becomes Law July 1 - The new law provides tax credits to builders and homeowners for including features in new and existing residential housing that improve accessibility for persons of all ages, including seniors and those with disabilities.
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Support to the Commission is provided by:
Betsy Luecking, Disability Policy Specialist
Carly Clem, Administrative Specialist I
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