Pueblo Access for All

Pueblo Access for All
Pueblo, CO 81008
United States
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Pueblo Access for All was established in 1997 with a membership of about 15, settling in at about 6 regular members. Pueblo is the fourth largest city in the state and has a higher per capita percentage of people in every disability category compared to the national average. The cost of living is one of the lowest in the nation and they are dedicated to making the city the most accessible as well.

Their crowning victory is a commitment from the Historic Arkansas River Project to build a fully accessible monument to living veterans, the first of its kind in the country. The Veterans’ Bridge will feature two beautifully crafted ramps designed to connect with and provide access to future businesses and the trail system. The elevated spiral ramp on the southwestern side will feature a sculpture of a Native American titled “Walking Under the Stars.” They will celebrate the dedication on November 11, 2010.

Focus Area:

  • ADA Information, awareness and compliance
  • Emergency preparedness for people with disabilities
  • Regional bus service for Pueblo County


  • They established the Volunteer Handicapped Parking Patrol in 1998 and recently expanded it from an original crew of 6 to an active crew of 10 volunteers with two marked patrol cars.
  • They participate actively in Pueblo ADA Advisory Committee to
  • Monitor all city services for compliance
  • Review any new city and county buildings for compliance
  • Prioritize curb ramp requests
  • Monitor CitiLift for compliance with paratransit requirements
  • Advise City Council on access issues

Regular Meetings:

  • Access for All meets the first Tuesday of the month from 1 to 3 pm at Barkman Library on Jerry Murphy and Bonforte Blvd.
  • The Pueblo ADA Advisory Committee meets the first Thursday of the month from1 to 3 at the Senior Resource Development Agency (SRDA).
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